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July 12. Sir Thomas Watson, Bart., M.D., F.R.S., to be one of the Physicians in Ordinary to Her Majesty, in the room of Sir James Clark, Bart. M.D., F.B.S., deceased.
George Burrows, M.D., F.R.S., to be one of Her Majosty's Physicians Extraordinary.
— 21. Charles, Marquis of Huntly, to be one of the Lords in Waiting in Ordinary to Her Majesty, in the room of Robert Adam Philips Haldane, Earl of Camperdown, resigned.
— 28. To be Ordinary Members of the Third Class, or Companions of the Order of St. Michael and St. George: —Lieutenant-Colonel Howard Craufurd Elphinstone, R.E., C.B., Governor to His Royal Highness Prince Arthur William Patrick Albert; Donald M'Lean, Esq., Member of the Executive Council of the Colony of New Zealand, and Minister for Native Affairs in that Colony.
Aug. 1. The Hon. Power Henry Lo Poer Trench, Audley Charles Gosling, Esq., Henry Nevill-Dering, Esq., Edwin Henry Egerton, Esq., and the Hon. William Augustus Curzon Barrington, now Third Secretaries, to be Second Secretaries in Her Majesty's Diplomatic Service.
— 4. Letters Patent under the Great Seal of the United Kingdom, appointing George Mellish, Esq., one of Her Majesty's Counsel, to be a Judge of the Court of Appeal in Chancery, in the room of Sir George Markham Giffard, deceased.
— 9. Edward Thornton, Esq., C.B., Her Majesty's Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary to the United States of America, to be an Ordinary Member of the Civil Division of the Second Class, or Knights Commanders, of the Most Honourable Order of the Bath.
— 12. Sir William Heathcote, Bart., and Lord Justice Sir George Mellish, were, by Her Majesty's command, sworn of Her Majesty's Most Honourable Privy Council, and took their places at the Board accordingly.
— 24. The Right Hon. Viscount Bury, formerly Civil Secretary and Superintendent of Indian Affairs in tho Province of Canada (now forming part of the Dominion of Canada), to be an Ordinary Member of the Second Class, or Knights Commanders of the Most Distinguished Order of Saint Michael and St. George.
— 31. Colonel Edward William Caxlile Wright to be an Ordinary Member of the Military Division of the Third
Class, or Companions of th i
Sept. 21. To be Ordinary Members of the Third Class or Companions of the Order of St. Michael and St. George :— William Osborne Smith, Esq., Lieutenant-Colonel of the Militia in the Dominion of Canada, and Deputy Adjutant-General of Militia, Fifth District, in that Dominion; Archibald McEachern, Esq., Lieutenant-Colonel of the Militia, in the Dominion of Canada, and commanding the 50th Huntingdon Borderers in that Dominion; Brown Chamberlin, Esq., Lieutenaut-Colonel of the Militia in the Dominion of Canada, and commanding the 60th Missisquoi Battalion in that Dominion; John Fletcher, Esq., Lieutenant-Colonel of the Militia in the Dominion of Canada, and Brigade-Major of St. John's Militia, Brigade District, in that Dominion.
Oct. 12. Sir William Tite, Knight, to be an Ordinary Member of the Civil Division of the Third Class, or Companions of the Most Honourable Order of the Bath.
— 16. Colonel George Henry, Earl of Mountcharles, to be Equerry in Ordinary to Her Majosty, vice the Marquis of Hertford, resigned.
Nov. 5. William Alexander Parker, Esq., to be a Member of the Executivo Council of the Island of St. Helena; and Jamos Kirk, Esq., jun., to bo a member of the Privy Council of tho Island of Tobago.
— 24. Lieutenant-Colonel Charles Osborne Creagh-Osborne, of the 1st Battalion, 6th Regiment, to be an Ordinary Member of the Military Division of the Third Class, or Companions, of the Most Honourable Order of tho Bath.
— 26. The Right Hon. William Nathaniel Massey, the Right Hon. Charles Stewart, Viscount Hardinge, the Right Rev. the Lord Bishop of Carlisle, tho Right Hon. Sir John Somerset Pakington, G.C.B., the Right Hon. Jonathan Peel, Lieutenant-General in the Army; the Right Hon. William Francis Cowper-Temple, Sir John Salusbury Trolawny, Sir Walter Charles James Richard Collinson, Esq., C.B., ViceAdmiral in the Navy; Charles Buxton, Esq., Mylos William O'Reilly, Esq., Peter Rylands, Esq., Anthony John Mundella, Esq., Thomas Henry Huxley, Esq., LL.D., President of the Goological Society, Professor of Natural History in the Royal School of Minos; Robert Gregory, Clerk, M.A., Canon of tho Cathedral Church of St. Paul, London; John Frederick Denison Maurice, Clerk, M.A., Professor of Moral Philosophy in the University of Cambridge; John Hannah, Clerk, D.C.L., Samuel Wilks, Esq., M.D., John Henry Bridges, Esq., M.D., George Edward Paget.Esq., M.D., Timothy Holmes, Esq., F.K.C.S., Holmes Coote, Esq., M.R.C.S., George Campbell, Esq., George Woodyatt Hastings, Esq., and Mr. Robert Applegarth, to be Her Majesty's Commissioners to inquire into and report upon the administration and operation of the Contagious Diseases Acts (1866 to 1869), with power to suggest whether the same should be amended, maintained, extended, or repealed.
John Gorrie, Esq., to be Puisno Judge of the Supreme Court, and Gustave Barthelemy Colin, Esq., to be Prooureur and Advocate-General of the Island of Mauritius.
Nov. 29. The honour of Knighthood conferred on Llewellyn Turner, Esq., Deputy Constable of Carnarvon Castle.
— 30. The Hon. Francis John Pakenham, now Secretary to Her Majesty's Legation at Brussels, to be Secretary to Her Majesty's Legation at Washington; and Francis Clare Ford, Esq., now Secretary to Her Majesty's Legation at Washington, to be Secretary to Her Majesty's Legation at Brussels.
Dec. 6. Letters Patent under Her Majesty's Royal Sign Manual and the Great Seal of the Order, to dispense with all the statutes and regulations usually observed in regard to Installation, and to grant unto the Most Hon. Hugh Lupus, Marquis of Westminster, Knight of the said Most Noble Order of the Garter, and duly invested with the ensigns thereof, full power and authority
to exercise all rights and privileges belonging to a Knight Companion of the said Most Noble Order, in as full and ample a manner as if his Lordship had been formally installed, any decree, rule, or usage to the contrary notwithstanding.
William George Anderson, Esq., Assistant Controller and AuditorGeneral of the Exchequer and Audit Department, to be an Ordinary Member of the Civil Division of the Second Class, or Knights Commanders, of the Most Honourable Order of the Bath.
Dec. 22. To be Ordinary Members of the Second Class, or Knights Commanders of the Order of St. Michael and St. George :—Lieutenant-General the Hon. James Lindsay, Colonel Garnet Joseph Wolseley.
To be Ordinary Members of the Third Class, or Companions of the said Order: —Colonel Randal Joseph Feilden; Lieutenant-Colonel John Carstairs McNeil, V.C., Military Secretary to the Governor-General of Canada; Lieutenant-Colonel William John Bolton, R.A.; Mathew Bell Irvine, Esq., Assistant Controller in the Military Control Department.
And the following Officers in the Militia of the Dominion of Canada:—Lieutenant-Colonel Samuel Peters Jarris; Lieutenant-Colonel Louis Adolphe Cassault; Major James F. McLeod.
— 28. Letters Patent under the Great Seal granting the office and place of Advocate-General or Judge-Martial of Her Majesty's Forces, to John Robert Davison, Esq., one of Her Majesty's Counsel.
HER MAJESTY'S MINISTERS AND
First Lord of the Treasury, Right Hon.
William Ewart Gladstone. Lord High Cliancellor, Right Hon. Lord
Hatherley. Lord President of the Council, Right
Hon. Earl de Grey and Ripon. Lord Privy Seal, Right Hon. Viscount
Halifax. Chancellor of the Exchequer, Right Hon.
Robert Lowe. Secretary of State, Home Department,
Right Hon. Henry Austin Bruce. Secretary of State, Foreign Department,
Right Hon. Earl Granville. Secretary of State, Colonial Department,
Right Hon. Earl of Kimberley.
Secretary of State, War Department,
Right Hon. Edward Cardwell. Secretary of State, Indian Department,
His Grace the Duke of Argyll. First Lord of the Admiralty, Right Hon.
Hugh C. E. Childers. President of the Board of Trade, Right
Hon. John Bright. Chief Secretary for Ireland, Right Hon.
Chichester P. Fortescue. Postmaster-General, Right Hon. Marquis
of Harrington. President of Poor Law Board, Right Hon.
G. Joachim Goschen. Vice-President of Committee of Council »*v
Education, Right Hon. W. E. Forster. ENGLAND.
Commander-in-Chief, Field-Marshal His Royal Highness the Duke of Cambridge.
Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster,
Works and Public Buildings, Right Hon.
Junior Lords of Her Majesty's Treasury,^
Joint Secretaries to the Treasury, George
Grenfell Glyn, Esq., Eight Hon. James
Junior Lords of the Admiralty, Vioe-
Secretary to the Admiralty, W. E. Baxter,
Attorney-General, Sir Robert Porrett
Solicitor-General, Sir John Duke Cole-
HIGH SHERIFFS FOR 1870.
(Excepting Cornwall and Lancashire). Bedfordshire.—John Nathaniel Foster, of Sandy-place, Esq. Berkshire.—John Henry Blagrave, of Caloot-park, Tilehurst, E«q. Bucks.—John Pattison Ellames, of the Manor House, Little Marlow, Esq. Cambridgeshire And Huntingdonshire.—Richard Archer Houblon, of Bartlow,
Esq. Cheshire.—Sir Richard Brooke, of Norton Priory, Halton Runcorn, Bart. Cumberland.—Timothy Fetherstonhaugh, of the College, Esq. Derbyshire.—Eben William Robertson, of Chilcote, Burton-on-Tront, Esq. Devonshire.—JohnCnrzon Moore Stevens, of Winscott, Esq. Dorsetshire.—Hector Monro, of Edmondsham, Esq. Durham.—William Briggs, of Hylton-castle, Sunderland, Esq. Essex.—John JolhSe Tufnell, of Langleys, Great Waltham, Esq. Gloucestershire.—Robert Blagden Hale, of Alderley, near Wotton-under-Edge,
Esq. Herefordshire.—Edmund Smalley Hutchinson, of Longworth, near Hereford,
Esq. Hertfordshire.—Unwin Heathcote, of Sheephall Bury, Stevenage, Esq. Kent.—Sir Edmund Filmer, of East Sutton-park, Bart. Leicestershire.—Edward Basil Farnham, of Quorndon-house, Esq. Lincolnshire.—Alexander William Thorold Grant Thorold, of Weelsby, Grimsby,
Esq. Monmouthshire.—Edward Lister, of Cefn Da, near Usk, Esq. Norfolk.—Sir Robert Jacob Buxton, of Shadwell-court, Bart. Northamptonshire.—George Lewis Watson, of Rockingnam-castle, Esq. Northumberland.—Henry Gregson, of Low Lynn, Esq. Nottinghamsbire.—James Thomas Edge, of Strelley, Esq. Oxfordshire.—John Weyland, of Woodoaton, Esq. Rutland.—George Dawson Rowley, of Morcott, Esq. Shropshire.—Salusbury Kynaston Mainwaring, of Otely-park, Esq. Somersetshire.—Robert Guy Evered, of Hill-houso, Otterhampton, Esq. County Of Southampton.—Thomas Fairbairn, of Brambridge-house, Otterbourne, Esq. Staffordshire.—John Hartley, of Wolverhampton, Esq. Suffolk.—Frederick William Thellusson, Lord Rendlesham, of Rendlesham
hall. Surrey.—William Farnell Watson, of Henfold, near Dorking, Esq. Sussex.—Joseph Mayer Monteflore, of Worth-park, Esq. Warwickshire.—Charles Fetherstone Dilke, of Maxstoke-castle, Esq. Westmoreland.—James Atkinson, of Winderwath, Tomplesowerby, Penrith,
WALES (north And South).
Anglesey.—Sir Richard Bulkeley Williams-Bulkeley, of Baron-bill, Bart.
Glamorganshire.—George Williams Griffiths Thomas, of Coedriglan, Esq.
haU. Pembrokeshire.—Morris Williams Lloyd Owen, of Cwmgloyne, Esq. Radnorshire.—Edward Jenkins, of the Grove, Presteign, Esq.
Term Trin. 1870.
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