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LONDON GAZETTE of MAY 29,
At the Court at Carlton-House, the 5th. of May 1821,
The KING's Most Excellent Majesty in Council. WHEREAS the time limited by His Majesty's.
Order in Council of the twenty-second of November last, for prohibiting the exportation of gunpowder, arms, or ammunition, to the places therein specified, will expire on the thirtieth day of this instant May; and whereas it is expedient, that the said prohibition should be continued for some time longer; His Majesty, by and with the advice of His Privy Council, doth hereby order, require, prohibit, and command, that no person or persons whatsoever (except the Master-General of the Ordnance for His Majesty's service) do, at any time during the space of six months (to commence from the thirtieth day of this instant May), presume to transport any gun-powder or salt-petre, or any sort of arms or ammunition, to any port or place within the dominions of the King of Spain, or to any port or place on the Coast of Africa (except to any ports or places within the Streights of Gibraltar), or in the West Indies, or on any part
of the Continent of America (except to a port or
place, or ports or places in His Majesty's territories or possessions on the Continent of North
America, or in the territories of the United so
of America), or ship or lade any gun-powder or salt-petre, or any sort of arms or ammunition, on board any ship or vessel, in order to transporting the same into any such ports or places within the dominions of the King of Spain, or into any such ports or places on the Coast of Africa (except as above excepted), or in the West Indies, or on the Continent of America (except as above excepted), without leave or permission in that behalf first obtained from His Majesty, or His Privy Council, upon pain of incurring and suffering the respective forfeitures and penalties inflicted by an Act, passed in the twenty-ninth year of the reign of His Majesty King George the Second, intituled “ An Act to empower His . “Majesty to prohibit the exportation of gun“ powder, or, any sort of arms or ammunition, “ and also to empower His Majesty to restrain “ the carrying coastwise of salt-petre, gun-powder, “ or any sort of arms or ammunition;” and also by an Act, passed in the thirty-third year of His late Majesty's reign, cap. 2, intituled “An Act to . “enable His Majesty to restrain the exportation “ of naval stores, and more effectually to prevent “ the exportation of salt-petre, arms, and ammu“nition, when prohibited by Proclamation or * Order in Council:” And the Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of His Majesty's Treasury, the Commissioners for exeeuting the Office of Lord High Admiral of Great Britain, the Lord Warden of the Cinque Ports, the Master-General and the rest of the Principal Officers of the Ordnance, and His Majesty's Secretary at War, are to give the necessary directions herein as to them may respectively appertain. Jas. Buller.
Crown-Office, May 20, 1821.
MEMBER returned to serve in this present
Shire of Stirling. Henry Home Drummond, Esq. of Blair Drum
mond, in the room of Sir Charles Edmonstone,
LONDON GAZETTE of JUNE 2,
Westminster, May 28, 1821.
THIS day, the Lords being met, a message
was sent to the Honourable House of Commons by the Gentleman Usher of the Black Rod, acquainting them, that The Lords, authorised by virtue of a Commission under the Great Seal, signed by His Majesty, for declaring His Royal Assent
to several Acts agreed upon by, both Houses, do.
desire the immediate attendance of the Honourable House in the House of Peers to hear the Commission read; and the Commons being come thither, the said Commission, empowering the Lord Archbishop of Canterbury, the Lord High Chancellor of Great Britain, and several other Lords therein named, to declare and notify the Royal Assent to the said Acts, was read accordingly, and the Royal Assent given to
An Act for removing doubts as to the continuance of the hereditary revenue in Scotland. An Act to repeal the duties of Customs on the importation into Great Britain of certain sorts of wood and timber, and certain drawbacks or allowances in respect of such dutics, and to grant other duties and drawbacks in lieu thereof. An Act for applying a certain sum of money out of the Consolidated Fund of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, for the purpose of building a bridge over the River Conway, in the county of Carnarvon; and for imposing additional orates of postage on letters and packets conveyed. over the said bridge. An Act to defray the charge of the pay, cloathing, and contingent expences of the disembodied militia in Great Britain, and to grant allowances in certain cases to subaltern officers, adjutants, quartermasters, surgeons, surgeons'-mates, and serjeant-majors of militia, until the twenty-fifth day of March one thousand eight hundred and twentytWo. An Act to defray, until the twenty-fifth day of June one thousand eight hundred and twenty-two, the charge of the pay and cloathing of the militia of Ireland, and for making allowances to officers and quartermasters of the said militia during peace. An Act for establishing regulations respecting certain parts of the proceedings in the Court of Session, and in the Court of Commissioners for Teinds, and respecting the duties, qualifications, . and emoluments of certain clerks and other officers of the said Counts. An Act for the better regulation of the Courts of Admiralty in Scotland, and of certain proceedings in the Court of Session, connected therewith. An Act for giving greater facility in the prosecution and abatement of nuisances arising from furnaces used and in the working of steam engines. An
: An Act for declaring valid certain indentures of apprenticeship and certificates of settlements of poor persons in England. An Act to exclude persons holding certain judicial offices in Ireland from being Members of the House of Commons. An Act to repeal so much of an Act, made in the Parliament of Ireland, in the eleventh and twelfth years of the reign of King George the Third, for preventing frauds committed by bankrupts, as inflicts capital punishment on certain offences therein specified, and to provide more suitable and effectual punishment for such offences. An Act for the better regulation of the public motaries in Ireland. An Act to repeal so much of two Acts, made in the Parliament of Ireland, in the ninth year of Queen. Anne, and in the seventeenth year of King George the Seeond, as inflicts capital punishment on persons guilty of stealing to the amount of five shillings, out of or from shops, warehouses, and other out-buildings and places, and to provide more suitable and effectual punishment for such offences. An Act to make more effectual provision for the establishment of asylums for the lunatic poer, and for the custody of insane persons charged with of fences in Ireland. An Act for further improving the roads between London and Holyhead, by Coventry, Birmingham, and Shrewsbury. An Act to rectify mistakes in the titles of two Acts passed in the present session of Parliament, the one for continuing the term of an Act of His late Majesty's reign, for repairing the road from . Foston-bridge, in the county of Lincoln, to Little Drayton, in the county of Nottingham; and the 3ther for repairing the road from Newark-uponTreut, in the said county of Nottingham, to join the