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Whereas by a certain Treaty, signed at Nanking on the 29th day of August 1842, by the Plenipotentiaries of Her Majesty and of the Emperor of China, it was, among other things, agreed, that the Emperor of China should pay the sum of six millions of dollars, as the value of" the British owned opium delivered up at Canton in the month of March 1839:
And whereas, to enable Her Majesty to afford compensation to the parties who surrendered the said British owned opium, Parliament has granted the sum of £1,281,211, being the produce in sterling of the said six millions of dollars, afte* deducting the sum of £33,977, on account of 500 chests of opium provided at the expence of Her Majesty's Government:
And whereas Her Majesty has authorized the Lords Commissioners of Her Treasury to distribute the said sum of £1,281,211 amongst the said parties entitled to compensation, according to the ascertained relative value of the several descriptions of opium delivered up; which appears to be for each chest of
Notice is hereby given by the Lords Commissioners of Her Majesty's Treasury, that the holders of the accountable receipts or certificates given by Captain Charles Elliot, R. N. late Her Majesty's Chief Superintendent of Trade in China, for the
said British owned opium, entitled to compensation, may, on or after Wednesday the 30th day of August 1843, apply at the Office of the Paymaster of Civil Services, at the Treasury-chambers, Whitehall, London, for payment.
But they are required two whole days, at least, before making such application, to leave at, or transmit to, the said Treasury-chambers, addressed to Charles Edward Trevelyan, Esquire, Assistant Secretary, the said receipts or certificates, for which they will receive in exchange an acknowledgment.
As the receipts or certificates were made in quadruplicate, the parties applying will be required to hand all the four parts over, or to give a satisfactory account of such parts as are not in their hands.
Treasury Chambers, August 25, 1843.
LONDON GAZETTE of AUGUST 29,
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At the Court at Buckingham-Palace, the 23d day of August 1843,
The QUEEN's Most Excellent Majesty in Council.
"WHEREAS the Ecclesiastical Commissioners for England have, in pursuance of an Act, passed in the session of Parliament held in the third and fourth years of Her Majesty's reign, intituled "An Act to carry into effect, with "certain modifications, the fourth report of the "Commissioners of Ecclesiastical Duties and "Revenues," duly prepared and laid before Her Majesty in Council a scheme, bearing date the first day of August one thousand eight hundred and forty-three, in the words and figures following, that is to say:
"We, the Ecclesiastical Commissioners for England, in pursuance of an Act, passed in the session of Parliament held in the third and fourth years of your Majesty's reign, intituled "An Act to carry into effect, with cer"tain modifications, the fourth report of the "Commissioners of Ecclesiastical Duties and "Revenues," have prepared, and now humbly lay before your Majesty in Council, the following scheme, for fixing the number and emoluments of the Minor Canons in the collegiate church of Saint Peter, Westminster.
"Whereas it is by the said recited Act enacted, that so soon as conveniently may be, and by the authority therein provided, regulations shall be made for fixing the number and emoluments of the minor canons in each cathedral and collegiate church, provided that there shall not in any case be more than six nor less than two, and that the stipend of each such minor canon, thereafter to be appointed, shall not be less than one hundred and fifty pounds per annum; and that arrangements may, from time to time, be made by the like authority, for securing to any minor canon, not otherwise competently provided for, such annual sum as shall make up to him an income, as minor canon, not exceeding in any case the said sum of one hundred and fifty pounds t • .• • . . • * And whereas application has been made to us by the Dean and Chapter of the collegiate church of Saint Peter, Westminster to fix the number and emoluments of the Minor Canons in the said church as hereinafter mentioned:
"And whereas it has been represented to us by the said Dean and Chapter, that the number of Minor Canons in the said church has hitherto been six, and that the stipend of each Minor Canon, payable out of the revenues of the said church, amounts, as last fixed, to the annual sum of one hundred and seventeen pounds, and no more; and that it is expedient that the same number of six Minor Canons should be continued in the said church; and it has been further represented to us by the said Dean and Chapter, that they have assigned to the two junior Minor Canons, who have been appointed since the passing of the said recited Act, fixed annual stipends, as such Minor Canons, of one hundred and fifty pounds each, and that the three senior Minor Canons, although receiving, as Minor Canons, the smaller stipends aforesaid, are otherwise competently provided for; but that the Reverend Randle Jackson Waters, the fourth Minor Canon, who also receives the smaller annual stipend aforesaid, is not otherwise competently provided for:
"And whereas by and under an Order of your Majesty in Council, bearing date the third day of April last, the Deans and future Canons of the said church are charged with the payment to us of a certain portion of their respective incomes, so as to reduce the same to the average annual amounts respectively named in the same Act; and, in making such reduction, their existing incomes respectively have been estimated without accounting for any increase in the stipends of the Minor Canons of the said church:
"Now, therefore, we humbly recommend and propose, that the number of Minor Canons in the said collegiate church of Westminster shall .from henceforth be and continue to be six; and that there shall be paid to each Minor Canon in the said church, appointed after the passing of the said recited Act, a fixed annual stipend, as such Minor Canon, of one hundred and fifty pounds:
"And we further recommend and propose, that, so long as the said Randle Jackson Waters shall continue to be a Minor Canon in the same church, and shall not hold any other office therein, or any benefice, there shall be paid to him, by the Treasurer or other proper officer of the said church, in addition to Ids aforesaid stipend of one hundred and seventeen pounds, the annual sum of thirty-three pounds by equal half-yearly payments, and that two of such payments shall be considered