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Mr. Alexander sheafe Burkitt, of Brighton, has. been appointed Chemist and Druggist in Ordinary:
to His Majesty, under warrant of the Lord Cham
herlain of His Majesty's Household, dated No
vember 8, 1820.
Crown-Office, June 9, 1821.
William Manning, Esq. of Combe-Bank, in the county of Kent, in the room of George Finch, Esq. who has accepted the Chiltern Hundreds.
In Rom THE
‘LoNBON GAZETTE of JUNE 12,
By the KING.
Appointing a Day for the Solemnity of the Caronation
- of His Majesty.
WHEREAS by Our Royal Proclamation, bearing date the sixth day of May one thousand eight hundred and twenty, We did (amongst other things) publish and declare Our Royal , lilintention to celebrate the Solemnity of Our Royal Coronation upon Tuesday the first day of August then next ensuing, at Our Palace at Westminster: and whereas by Our Royal Proclamation, bearing date on the twelfth of July following, We thought fit to adjourn the said Solemnity until Our Royal will and pleasure should be further signified thereon: and whereas We have resolved, by the favour and blessing of Almighty God, to celebrate the said Solemnity upon Thursday the nineteenth day of July next, at Our said Palace at Westminster; We do by this Our Royal Proclamation give notice of and publish Our resolution therein; and We do hereby strictly charge and command all Our loving subjects whom it may concern, that all persons of what rank or quality soever they be, who either upon Our letters to them directed, or by reason of their offices and tenures, or otherwise, are to do any service at the time of Our “Coronation, do duly give their attendance at the -said Solemnity on Thursday the nineteenth day of July next, in all respects furnished and appointed as to so great a Solemnity appertaineth, and answerable to the dignities and places which every one of them respectively holdeth and enjoyeth; and of this they or any of them are not to fail, as they will answer the contrary at their perils, unless upon special reasons, by Ourself under Our sign manual to be allowed, We shall dispense with any of their services or attendances.
Given at Our Court at Carlton-House, this ninth day of June one thousand eight hundreti and twenty-one, in the second year of Our reign. GOD save the KING.
By the KING.
"WHEREAS John Earl of Stair was duty -elected and returned to be one of the sixteen Peers of Scotland, to sit in the House of Peers in the present Parliament of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, and is since deceased; in order to the electing another Peer of Scotland to sit in his room, We do, by and with the advice of Our Privy Councis, issue forth this Proclamation, strictly charging and commanding all the Peers of Scotland to assemble and meet at Holyrood-House, in Edinburgh, on Thursday the second day of August next, between the hours of twelve and two m the afternoon, to nominate and choose another Peer of Scotland, to sit and vote in the House of Peers of this present Parliament of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, in the room of the said John Earl of Stair, decoased, by open .. and plurality of voices of the Peers that shall then be present, and of the proxies of such as shall be absent (such proxies being Peers, and producing a mandate in writing, duly sigued before witnesses, and both constituent and proxy being qualified according to law), and the Lord Clerk Register, or such two of the Principal Clerks of the Session as shall be appointed by him to officiate in his name, are hereby respectively required to attend such meeting, and to administer the oaths required by law to be taken there by the said Peers, and to take their votes; and immediately after such election
- shade and duly examined, to certify the name of the
Reer so elected, and sign and attest the same in -1821. A a the
the presence of the said Peers the electors, and return such certificate into the High Court of Chancery of Great Britain. And We strictly charge and command that this Proclamation be duly published at the Market-Cross at Edinburgh, and in all the county towns in Scotland, twentyfive days, at least, before the time hereby appointed for the meeting of the said Peers to proceed on such election.
Given at Our Court at Carlton-House, this ninth day of June one thousand eight hundred and twenty-one, in the second year of Our reign. GOD save the KING,
At the Court at Carlton-House, the 9th of June 1821,
The KING's Most Excellent Majesty in Council.
WHEREAS by an Act, passed in the fifty-sixth year of His late Majesty's reign, cap. 38, intituled “An Act to empower His Majesty to suspend the ballot or enrolment for the local militia,” it is enacted, that it shall be lawful for His Majesty, by any Order in Council, to direct that, no ballot or enrolment for the local militia shall take place; but that such ballot and enrolment shall remain and continue suspended for the period specified in any such Qrder of Council, and from time to time, by any like Order or, Orders in Council, to, continue. such suspension so long as: His Majesty shall deem the same expedient, any, thing in any Act, or Acts, at Parliament to the contrary, notwithstanding; and whereas by aa Order