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An Act for making a railway, with other necessary works, to connect certain coal fields in the parishes of Old Monkland and Bothwell, in the county of Lanark, with the Monkland Canal.
An Act for making a branch railway, from the London and Birmingham Railway, to Northampton and Peterborough.
An Act to enable the South Eastern Railway Company, in conjunction with the London and Croydon Railway Company, to make a railway, from the London and Croydon Railway, to Swanstreet, near the Bricklayers' Arms, in the Old Kentroad, and to provide a new station there.
An Act to provide for the improvement of the town and harbour of Borrowstounness, in the county of Linlithgow; for paving, lighting, and cleansing the streets of the said town; and for regulating the police thereof.
An Act to convert the shares, in the capital authorized to be raised by the Acts for making a dock or docks at Southampton, into stock; to raise a further sum of money; and to alter and amend some of the powers of the said Acts.
An Act to establish a cemetery, for the interment of the dead, near the town and within the borough of Southampton.
An Act for better cleansing, sewering, and draining the town of Topsham, in the county of Devon, and for other purposes connected therewith.
An Act for amending and rendering more effectual several Acts, for draining and preserving certain fen lands and low grounds in the isle of Ely, and counties of Norfolk and Suffolk, near Mildenhall river, so far as relates to the several lands in the second district therein described, and for extending the limits of the said second district
And one private Act.
Whitehall, July 1, 1843.
The Queen has been pleased to grant unto Lieutenant Collingwood Dickson, of the Royal Artillery, Her royal licence and permission, that he may accept and wear the supernumerary cross of the Royal and Distinguished Order of Charles the Third; the cross, of the first class, of the National and Military Order of San Fernando; and the cross of a Knight of the Royal Order of Isabella the Catholic, which Her Majesty the Queen of Spain hath been pleased to confer upon him, in testimony of Her Catholic Majesty's approbation of his services in the field in 1840, at Morella and Berga, and during the late civil war in Spain; and that he may enjoy all the rights and privileges thereunto annexed; provided, nevertheless, that Her Majesty's said licence and permission doth not authorize the assumption of any style, appellation, rank, precedence, or privilege appertaining unto a Knight Bachelor of these realms:
And also to command, that Her Majesty's said concession and especial mark of Her royal favour be registered, together with the relative documents, in Her Majesty's College of Arms.
LONDON GAZETTE of JULY 11,
Buckingham-Palace, 8th July 1843.
THIS day the Right Honourable the Lord Mayor, the Aldermen, Recorder, Sheriffs, Common Council, and Officers of the city of London waited upon Her Majesty with the following Address; which was read by the Honourable Charles Ewan Law, M. P. the Recorder, and which Her Majesty was graciously pleased to receive on the Throne:
To the QUEEN's Most Excellent Majesty.
The humble Address of the Lord Mayor, Aldermen, and Commons of the city of London, in Common Council assembled.
Most Gracious Sovereign,
WE, your Majesty's most dutiful and loyal subjects, the Lord Mayor, Aldermen, and Commons of the city of London, in Common Council assembled, humbly approach your Majesty to offer our heartfelt congratulations on the safety of your Majesty and the birth of another Princess.
Feeling at all times the most lively and affectionate interest in any circumstance calculated to increase the domestic felicity of your Majesty and of your Royal Consort, and to promote the public prosperity, we hail with peculiar satisfaction this auspicious event.
Signed by order of Court,
Henry Alworth Meretcether.
To which Address Her Majesty was pleased to return the following most gracious answer:
"I receive with hearty thanks your loyal and dutiful congratulations, which are an additional proof of your attachment to me and my family.
"Nothing can be more acceptable than these testimonies of loyalty on the part of the city of London.
"It is my warmest wish, and it has been my constant object, to promote the honour and happiness of my faithful subjects."
They were all very graciously received, and had the honour of kissing Her Majesty's hand.
Whitehall, July 11, 1843.
THE following Addresses of congratulation to the Queen, on the occasion of the Birth of the Princess Alice, having been transmitted to the Right Honourable Sir James Graham, Bart. Her Majesty's Principal Secretary of State for the Home Department, for presentation, were presented accordingly to Her Majesty, who was pleased to receive the same very graciously:
From the Ministers and Elders of the Church of Scotland; the Noblemen, Gentlemen, Justices of the Peace, and Commissioners of Supply
of the county of Stirling; the Noblemen, Deputy Lieutenants, Justices of Peace, Landholders, and Commissioners of Supply of the county of Aberdeen; the Lieutenancy, Noblemen, Landholders, Commissioners of Supply, and Justices of the Peace of the county of Banff; the Noblemen, Gentlemen, Lieutenancy, Justices of the Peace, Commissioners of Supply, and Freeholders of the county of Bute; the Lord Provost, Magistrates, and Council of the city of Edinburgh; the Mayor, Aldermen, and Burgesses of the city of Bristol; the Mayor, Aldermen, and Burgesses of the borough of Liverpool; the Mayor, Aldermen, and Burgesses of the town and county and borough of Poole; the Mayor, Aldermen, and Councillors of the city and borough of Bath; and the Mayor, Aldermen, Burgesses, and Inhabitants of the city and borough of Winchester.
Whitehall, July 11, 1843.
THE following Addresses of condolence to the Queen, on the occasion of the Death of His late Royal Highness the Duke of Sussex, having been transmitted to the Right Honourable Sir James Graham, Bart. Her Majesty's Principal Secretary of State for the Home Department, for presentation, were presented accordingly to Her Majesty, who was pleased to receive the same very graciously:
From the Ministers and Elders of the Church of Scotland; the Noblemen, Gentlemen, Lieutenancy, Justices of the Peace, Commissioners of Supply, and Freeholders of the county of Bute; the Lieutenancy, Noblemen, Landholders, Commissioners of Supply, and Justices of the