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And whereas it has been represented to Her Majesty that sheep, lambs, cattle, and pigs infected with certain contagious or infectious disorders are from time to time imported or brought into this county, whereby infection or contagion may be conveyed.

Now, therefore, Her Majesty, by and with the advice of Her Privy Council, and by virtue of the said Act, doth order, and it is hereby further ordered, that if any sheep, lambs, cattle or pigs imported or brought into this country shall appear at the time of their importation to be infected with or labouring under any contagious or infectious disorder whereby infection or contagion may be conveyed such sheep, lambs, cattle or pigs and all or any sheep, lambs, cattle, or pigs imported or brought into this country in the same ship or vessel with any sheep, lambs, cattle, or pigs which shall appear to be so diseased, and all hay, straw, fodder or other article by which it shall appear that infection or contagion may be conveyed, shall be seized and detained by the officers of Her Majesty's customs at the port of import, and the circumstances be forthwith reported by such officers to the Commissioners of Her Majesty's Customs, and if it be certified to the said Commissioners by any veterinary surgeon appointed by them to inspect such sheep, lambs, cattle or pigs, that they or any of them are infected with or labouring under any such disorder, then the said Commissioners may, if they think proper, cause such sheep, lambs, cattle or pigs as are so certified to be forthwith destroyed, and they the said Commissioners shall thereupon give such directions as they think fit, either for destroying or for further detaining all or any others of the sheep, lambs, cattle or pigs which may have been so imported or brought into this country in the same ship or vessel with the sheep, lambs, cattle, or pigs so certified as aforesaid, together with all such hay, straw, fodder or other article, or for restoring the same to the owner or owners thereof, subject to any conditions which they may think fit to prescribe, and upon payment by such owner or owners of any expenses incurred by the said Commissioners in respect of the detention thereof. And the Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of Her Majesty's Treasury are to give the necessary directions herein accordingly. Wm. L. Bathurst.

At the Court at Osborne House, Isle of Wight, the 28th day of July, 1856.

PRESENT, The QUEEN's Most Excellent Majesty in Council.

Whereas by an Act passed in the session of Parliament, held in the fifteenth and sixteenth years of Her Majesty's reign, intituled “An Act further to facilitate and arrange pro“ceedings in the County Courts,” it is enacted, that, if the council of any city or borough, or a majority of the ratepayers of any parish, within the limits of which a court of local jurisdiction other than a county court is established, under the Act of the ninth and tenth Vic., chap. ninety-five, or into the limits of which the jurisdiction of such court of local jurisdiction shall extend, shall petition the Queen in Council, that the jurisdiction of such court of local jurisdiction may be excluded in any causes whereof the county court hath cognizance, and if notice of such petition shall be given two months before it is presented, by public advertisement in such city, borough, or parish, and in some newspaper therein circulated,

Her Majesty by Order in Council, may declare such exclusion of the jurisdiction of such court of local jurisdiction throughout the whole or any part of the district assigned or which may hereafter be assigned to such county court, if no petition against declaring such exclusion be presented, and no caveat be entered at the council office. And whereas the council of the city of Worcester, have presented a petition to Her Majesty in Council, praying that the jurisdiction of the court of record holden in the said city, called “The Court of Pleas of the city of Worcester,” shall be excluded in all causes whereof the county court holden in the said city, hath cognizance, in which the debt or damages sought to be recovered shall not exceed twenty pounds, and all actions of ejectment between landlord and tenant wherein the annual rent of the premises, of which possession is sought to be recovered shall not exceed fifty pounds. And whereas notice of such petition has been given as required by the said Act, and no petition against declaring such exclusion has been presented, and no caveat has been entered at the Council Office. Now, therefore, Her Majesty by and with the advice of Her Privy Council, is pleased to declare and doth hereby declare that the jurisdiction of the said court of record in the city of Worcester, called “The Court of Pleas or the city of Worcester,” be excluded in all causes whereof the county court holden in the said city hath cognizance, in which the debt or damage sought to be recovered shall not exceed twenty pounds, and in all actions of ejectment between landlord and tenant, wherein the annual rent of the premises of which possession is sought to be recovered shall not exceed

fifty pounds.

Whereof the Mayor, Aldermen, and Citizens of the city of Worcester, for the time being, and all other persons whom it may concern are to take

notice and govern themselves accordingly. Wm. L. Bathurst.

At the Court at Osborne House, Isle of Wight, the 28th day of July, 1856.

The QUEEN'S Most Excellent Majesty in Council was pleased to order that all the provisions of the “Summary Procedure on Bills of Exchange Act, 1855,” should be extended and applied to the Court of Record, holden in the city of Worcester, called “The Court of Pleas of the city of Worcester.”

At the Court at Osborne House, Isle of Wight, the 28th day of July, 1856. The QUEEN'S Most Excellent Majesty in Council was pleased to order that all the provisions of the “Common Law Procedure Act, 1852,” and “The Common Law Procedure Act, 1854,” and the rules made or to be made in pursuance thereof, should extend and apply to the Court of Record, holden in the city of Worcester, called “The Court of Pleas of the city of Worcester.”

At the Court at Osborne House, Isle of Wight, the 28th day of July, 1856.

The QUEEN'S Most Excellent Majesty in Council was pleased to order that the time for the discontinuance of burials in the undermentioned churchyards and burial-grounds be postponed as follows, viz.:

In the churchyard of the parish of BERKELEY, from the fifth of August, to the fifth of Oc

tober, one thousand eight hundred and fifty-six; in the churchyard of New BRENTFord, from the first of July instant, to the first of January, one thousand eight hundred and fifty-seven, on condition that (except in private vaults and graves) interments take place only in the unused portion of the ground; in the parish churchyard and in the new churchyard of CHATTERIs, from the first of August, to the first of November, one thousand eight hundred and fiftysix; in the churchyard of the parish of FLINT, from the first of July, to the first of September, one thousand eight hundred and fifty-six; in the cathedral precints, GLoucestER, in the churchyards of St. Aldate, St. John the Baptist, St. Michael with St. Mary de Grace, St. Mary de Crypt, St. Nicholas, St. Mary de Lode, St. Catherine, and Christ Church (Spa), and in the burial-grounds of the Infirmary, of the Independent, Wesleyan, Baptist, and Unitarian Chapels, and of St. Michael, all in the said city, from the thirtieth of June, to the first of August, one thousand eight hundred and fiftysix; in the burial-grounds of St. Mary's Chapel, the Baptist Chapel, the Presbyterian Chapel, the English Presbyterian Chapel, and of the Quakers' Meeting House, in the town of MARYPort, and parish of Cross Canonby, from the first of August to the first of September, one thousand eight hundred and fifty-six ; in the churchyard of St. Philip SHEFFIFLD, from the first of July instant, to the first of June, one thousand eight hundred and fifty-seven, on condition that in the meantime one body only be buried in a grave, and that no grave be made less than five feet deep, and in soil free from remains; in the churchyard of NEw WINDsor, and in the burial-ground of the Baptist Chapel, and in the

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