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and William Smith, Esq. Secretary to the said Com-
mission, 33; David Pollock, Esq. Commissioner for the
Relief of Insolvent Debtors, 34; John Earl of West-
morland, permission to accept and wear the insignia of
the Order of Henry the Lion, of the first class, conferred
upon him by the Reigning Duke of Brunswick, 58;
Captain Hubert Garbett, permission to accept and wear
the insignia, of the third class, of the Order of the
Dooranee Empire, 59; James Duke of Montrose, Lieu-
tenant and Sheriff Principal of the shire of Stirling, 89;
Colonel Hugh Duncan Baillie, Lieutenant and Sheriff
Principal of the shire of Ross, 116; Archibald M'Neill,
Esq. Director and Principal Clerk of Her Majesty's
Chancery in Scotland, 117; Captain Thomas Maitland,
R. N. Knighthood, 125; Ludovick Colquhoun, Esq.
Secretary to the General Board of Directors of Prisons
in Scotland, 125; Death of His Royal Highness the
Duke of Sussex, 155; John Earl of Rosebery, K. T.
Lieutenant and Sheriff Principal of the shire of Lin-
lithgow, 155: Captain Robert Oliver, R. N. Knighthood,
155; John Marquess of Bute, High Commissioner to
the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, 161;
Walter Francis Duke of Buccleuch and Queensbury,
Henry Pelham Pelham Clinton, commonly called Earl
of Lincoln, Robert Aglionby Slaney, Esq. George
Graham, Esq. Sir Henry Thomas De la Beche, Knight,
Doctor Lyon Payfair, Doctor David Boswell Reid,
Professor Richard Owen, Captain William Thomas
Denison, James Ranald Martin, Esq. James Smith of
Deanston, Esq, Robert Stephenson jun. Esq. and William
Cubitt, Esq. Commissioners for enquiring into the state
of large towns and populous districts in England and
Wales, and the causes of disease therein, and Henry
Hobhouse, Esq. to be Secretary to the said Commission,
196; Rev. Charles Dundas, A. M. Rector of Epworth,
in the county and diocese of Lincoln, 217; Field Marshal
His Royal Highness Prince Albert, Governor and
Constable of Windsor Castle, 219; Earl of Ripon, Com-
missioner for the Affairs of India, 220; Colonel Henry
Webster, Knighthood, 220; George Thomas Gordon,
R. N. permission to accept and wear the cross of the
National and Military Order of San Fernando, conferred
upon him by the late Queen Regent of Spain, 236; Field
Marshal His Royal Highness Prince Albert, K. G. First
and Principal Knight Grand Cross of the Most Hon-
ourable Order of the Bath, and also Acting Great Master
of the said Order, 241; His Royal ~
Frederick Duke of C
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John Laughton, Esq. permission to accept and Wear the
insignia, of the first class, of the Royal Persian Order of
the Lion and Sun, 309; Captain and Brevet Lieutenant
Colonel Charles Townley permission to 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, conferred upon him by the Queen of
Spain, 328; Rev. Edmund Hiley Bucknell Estcourt,
M. A. Rector of Eckington, Lieutenant Collingwood
Dickson, permission to 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, 348;
Rev. David Strong, presented to the church and parish
of Dailly, and the Rev. John Wilson, to the church and
parish of Forgandenny, 354; the Rev. David Thomson,
presented to the church and parish of Forgan, the Rev.
Alexander Gardner, to the charge and office of Second
Minister of the church and parish of Brechin, the Rev,
Francis MacGill, to the united parishes of Larbert and
Dunipace, and the Rev. Robert J. Johnstone, to the
church and parish of Dunblane, 355; Rev. John Under-
wood, presented to the church and parish of Kirkcud-
bright, the Rev. Henry Douglas, to the church and
parish of Kilsyth, the Rev. John M'Donald, to the
church and parish of Comrie, the Rev. John Stewart,
to the church and parish of Liberton, and the Rev. Philip
J. Mackie, to the chnrch and parish of Elgin, 366; Rev.
William Thomson, presented to the church and parish
of Belhelvie, the Rev. Maitland Thomson, to the united
churches and parishes of Dupplin and Aberdalgie, the
Rev. John Gilchrist, to the church and parish of Dunbog,
the Rev. Lachlan MacLean, to the church and parish of
Kinfauns, and the Rev. Nathaniel Morren, to the charge
and office of First Minister of the church and parish of
Brechin, 367; Rev. Hugh M'Diarmid, M. A. presented
to the church and parish of Callander, the Rev. William
Mearns, to the united churches and parishes of Kinneff
and Caterline, and the Rev. Robert William Fraser, to
the church and parish of Burntisland, 370; Rev. Edward
Herbert Smith, B. A, Rector of Killamarsh, 371; Maria
Emma Katherine Coventry, the only sister of George
William Earl of Coventry, to have the same rank, title,
place.and pre-eminence as if her late father had succeeded
to the title and dignity of Earl of Coventry, 371; Rev.
Charles Smith Adie, presented to the church and parish

of Edzel, and the Rev. George Ritchie, M. A. to the
, church and parish of Jedburgh, 372; Rev. George
Blair, presented to the church and parish of Monzie, the
,iev. James Gray Wood, to the church and parish of
p-ew, the Rev. Andrew Redman Bdnar, to the
- ch and parish of Fogo, the Rev. David Martin, to
: church and parish of Dunnichen, and the Rev. Adam
Cunningham, to the church and parish of ('railing. 373;
R.ev. William Ranken Watson, presented to the church
and parish of Logic, and the Rev. William Carrick, to
the church and parish of East Kilbride, 374; Rev. George
Murray, presented to the church and parish of Girthon,
and the Rev. William Reid, to the church and parish
of Borgue, 374; Rev. John Hope, presented to the church
and parish of Dunscore, and the Rev. Alexander Macnab,
to the church and parish of Kilchoman, 378; Rev. Alex-
ander Webster, presented to the church at QuarfF, in the
united parishes of Bressa, Burra, and Quarff, and the Rev.
Henry Beatson, to the church and parish of SmaH Isles,
379; Sir John Stewart Richardson, Secretary to the
Ancient and Most Noble Order of the Thistle, 394; Rev.
Duncan M'Callum, M. A. presented to the church of
Tnimisgarry,394; Rev. James Cochrane, M A. presented
to the charge and office of First Minister of the church
and parish of Cupar, the Rev. Thomas Mackintosh, to
the church and parish of Saint Cyrus, and the Rev. Colin
M'Culloch, to the church and parish of Denny, 395;
Louisa, w idow of Charles Bellamy, Esq. and sister of
Viscount Kenmure, to enjoy the same title, place, and
precedence as if her father had succeeded to the title of
Viscount Kenmure, 396; Rev. Thomas Thorogood Up-
wood, A M. presented to the vicarage of Terrington
Saint Clements, and the Rev. John Br am all, B. A. to the
perpetual curacy of Terrington Saint John's, Norfolk,
401; Rev. William Charles Rose, presented to the church
and parish of Cargill, 402; Rev. William Elder, presented
to the church and parish of Tealing, the Rev. James
Mann, to the church and parish of Kiltearn, and the Rev.
Peter M'Kenzie, to the church and parish of Tongue,
403; Rev. Thomas M'Kie, presented to the church and
parish of Monikie, the Rev. Thomas Davidson, to the
church and parish of Abbey Saint Bathans, the Rev.
Adam Hall, to the church and parish of Cromarty, and
the Rev. Mark Johnstone Bryden, to the church and
parish of Kirkcaldy, 406; Rev. George Poeock, B. CiJU
to the perpetual curacy of Saint Paul's Chapek-KdiQSese
of London, 407; Rev. William. 3b/idtto itbt
church and parish of Marytown, the Ret, Jamas
M'Master, to the church and pprisfc^fc^ftafctotft*
Rev. Alexander Moorhead Ferguson, to the church
and parish of Muckhart, the Rev. William Ritchie, to
the church and parish of Longforgan, and the Rev.
George Arklay, to the church and parish of Inverkeilor,
426; Rev. Robert Hill Whyte, presented to the church
and parish of Dryfesdale, the Rev. James Landel Rose,
to the church and parish of Markinch, the Rev. Robert
Stewart, to the church and parish of Lochs, the Rev.
George Grei&, to the church and parish of Kirkpatrick-
Durham, the Rev. Walter Foreman Burtt, to the church
and parish of Ferry-Port on Craig, the Rev. George
Addison, to the church and parish of Arbirlot, and the
Rev. William Hunter, to the church and parish of Bal-
dernock, 440; Rev. William Simpson, M. A. presented
to the church and parish of Barry, and the Rev. John
Campbell, to the church and parish of Reay, 442; Rev.
Robert Fairweather, presented to the church and parish
of Nigg, 443; Field Marshal His Royal Highness Prince
Albert, Captain-General and Colonel of the Artillery
Company, 444; Rev. William Menzies, presented to the
church and parish of May bole, the Rev. Patrick Bell, to
the church and parish of Carmylie, and the Rev. John
Crosbie, to the church and parish of Westruther, 446;
the Rev. Robert Williamson, presented to the church
and parish of Knockbain, and the Rev. Patrick M'Intyre,
to the church and parish of Edderachillis, 446; Rev.
James Robertson, presented to the church and parish of
Saint Fergus, 477; Commissioners appointed for enquiring
into the present state of the laws as administered in
South Wales, 480; James Pennethorne, Esq. Commis-
sioner for making a special enquiry into the execution
of the original contracts for building certain of the union
.workhouses in Ireland, 480; Rev. Thomas Dale, M. A.
Canon Residentiary of the Cathedral Church of Saint
Paul, London, 506; Rev. Alexander M'Gregor, presented
to the church of Iona or Icolmkill, in the parish of
Kilfinichan, the Rev. Alexander Mackellar, to the
churches of Bailechulish and Corrnn of Ai dgour, in the
parish of Kilmallie, and the Rev. Angus Martin, to the
church and parish of Snizort, 507; Rev. James Campbell,
presented to the church at Strontian, 518; Rev. Robert
Waugh, presented to the church and parish of North
Ronaldshay, 521; Lieutenant-Colonel Lewis Robert
Stacy, permission to accept and wear the insignia of the
third class of the Order of the Dooranee Empire, 521;
John Lonsdale, Clerk, B. D. elected Bishop of Lichfield,
550; Rev. James Robertson to be Secretary to' Her
Majesty's sole and only Master Printers in Scotland, 551;
Charles Edward Cox, Esq. to be Lieutenant-ColoneL
'.Junta William Freshfield, Esq. to be Major, and Fre-
derick William Bossy, Esq. to be Adjutant, with the
rank of Captain, of the Artillery Company of London,
551; Rev. James Murray, presented to the church and
parish Of Reay, 551; James Walker, Esq. Ordinary Clerk
of Session in Scotland, 551; Adam Urquhart, Esq. Sheriff
Depute of the shire or sheriffdom of Wegtoun, 552; Rev.
James Wordie, presented to the charge and office of
Second Minister of the church and parish of Cupar, 552;
. Rev. James Boe, presented to the church and parish of
'Dunblane, and the Rev. Robert Stobie, to the church of
KeiSs, parish of Wick, 563; Alexander Wood, Esq. Lord
of Justiciary in Scotland, and Patrick Robertson, Esq.
1 LoW of Session in Scotland, 564; William Earl of Devon,
Sit Robert Alexander Ferguson, Bart. George Alexander
Hamilton, Esq. Thomas Nicholas Redington, Esq. and
John Wynne, Esq. Commissioners for enquiring into
the state of the law and practice in respect to the oc-
cupation of land in Ireland, 565; Rev. John Murdoch,
presented to the church and parish of Eyemouth, 569;
• Anthony Perrier, Esq. Knighthood, 570; James Miller,
'ESq. Sheriff Depute of the shire or sheriffdom of Selkirk,
671; ReV. David Williamson, presented to the church at
'll Kmloch Likart or Kinloch Linchart, in the parish of
Contin, 571; Rev. Peter MacMorland, presented to the
charge and office of First Minister of the church and
parish of South Leith, 573; Right Rev. Edward Bishop
of Salisbury, to exercise all the powers of the Bishop
of Bath and Wells, 575; Rev. John Whyte, presented to
the church and uuited parishes of Lethnot and Navar,
and the Rev. John Park, to the church of the united
parishes of Saint Martin's and Cambus Michael, 575;
Rev. John Sinclair, M. A. Archdeacon of Middlesex,
578; Rev. James Flowerdew, presented to the church
and parish of Fordoun, and the Rev. Andrew Rutherford,
Mi A. to the church at Rothiemurchus in the united
parishes of Duthel and Rothiemurchus, 587; Lieutenant-
Colonel James M'Laren, permission to accept and wear
the insignia of the third class of the Order of the Dooranee
Empire, 607; Rev. John Maclver, presented to the
church and parish of Sleate, and the Rev. Simon Frazer,
to the church and parish of Nigg, 609; Rev. John James
Campbell, presented to the church and parish of Stony-
kirk, 611; "r ." i * "'

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