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time, be made, by the authority therein provided, for improving the value, or making a better provision for the spiritual duties of ill-endowed parishes or districts, by means of such alterations in the exercise of patronage as may be Agreed upon by patrons, with the consent of the bishop: ',.
"And whereas the benefices and churches mentioned and described in the schedule here- a 5 unt» annexed are respectively in the patronage of the patron or patrons named in the sixth column of the said schedule, and are therefore not I within the provisions of an Order of your Majesty in Council, bearing date the twenty-seventh day « of April in the year one thousand eight hundred and forty-two, so far as such provisions relate to unconditional grants out of the moneys in our hands under the said recited Act; and whereas, in order to bring them within such provisions, the said patrons respectively desire to transfer such their patronage as hereinafter mentioned:
"We, therefore, recommend and propose, with the consent of the bishops of the respective dioceses, and of such present patrons respectively, and also with the consent of the proposed patrons respectively named in the seventh column of the same schedule (in testimony whereof all the said consenting parties have signed and sealed this scheme), that the patronage of, and right of nomination or presentation to, such benefices and * churches shall respectively become and be transferred to, and absolutely vested in, such proposed patrons so named in the said seventh column, and their respective successors for ever.
"And we further recommend and propose, that nothing herein contained shall prevent us from recommending and proposing any other measure for making better provision for the cure of souls within the said parishes, or otherwise, in conformity with the provisions of the said recited Act." *
lihull, in the county I
Rector of So-
Vicar of Brad-
And whereas the said scheme has been approved by Her Majesty in Council; now, therefore, Her Majesty, by and with the advice of Her said Council, is pleased hereby to ratify the said scheme, and to order and direct that the same, and every part thereof, shall be effectual in law immediately from and after the time when this Order shall have been duly published in the London Gazette, pursuant to the said Act; and Her Majesty, by and with the like advice, is pleased hereby to direct, that this Order be forthwith registered by the Registrars of the several dioceses of Chester, Worcester, and Ripon.
C. C. Greville.
Downing-Street, September 27, 1843.
The Queen has been pleased to appoint Major-General Sir Charles Felix Smith, Companion of the Most Honourable Military Order of the Bath; and Colonel Richard England, with local rank of Major-General in India, to be Knights Commanders of the said Order.
Her Majesty has also been pleased to appoint Lieutenant-Colonels Gore Browne and Joseph Simmons, of the 41st Regiment of Foot; Majors Arthur Philip Savage Wilkinson and Hamlet Wade, of the 13th Regiment of Light Infantry; and Major George Hogarth, of the 26th Regiment of Foot, to be Companions of the said Most Honourable Military Order.
The Queen has further been pleased to appoint Lieutenant-Colonel George Huish, of the 26th Regiment of Bengal Native Infantry, in the Service of the East India Company, to be a Companion of the aforesaid Most Honourable Military Order of the Bath.
Foreign-Office, September 27, 1843.
The Queen has been pleased to approve of Mr. William Morgan Davies, as Consul at Cardiff; and of Mr. William Leslie Thomson, as Consul at Aberdeen, for His Majesty the King of Hanover,
Foreign-Office, September 28, 1842.
Her Majesty has been pleased to appoint Henry William Macaulay, Esq. to be Commissioner, and Charles Pettingal, Esq. to be Arbitrator, on the part of Her Majesty, to the Mixed British and Portuguese Commission, to be established at the island of Boa Vista, in the Cape Verds, under the treaty concluded at Lisbon, on the 3d of July 1842, between Great Britain and Portugal, for the suppression of slave trade:
Her Majesty has also been pleased to appoint John Thomas, Esq. to be Commissioner, and Charles Francis Fynes Clinton, Esq. to be Arbitrator, on the part of Her Majesty, to the Mixed British and Portuguese Commission, to be established, under the same treaty, at the city of Loanda, in the province of Angola:
Her Majesty has also been pleased to appoint Arthur Richard Hamilton, Esq. in the room of James Fitzjames, Esq. deceased, to be Arbitrator, on the part of Her Majesty, to the Mixed British and Portuguese Commission established at Jamaica, under the same treaty.