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after the trumpets had sounded thrice, His Majesty's Proclamation was read by Ralph Bigland, Esq. Norroy King of Arms. A procession was theu formed in the following order: A party of Life Guards: A party of Constables, with their staves. The High Constable of Westminster, mounted. Knight Marshal's-men, two and two. Drums, two and two. Trumpets, two and two. Serjeant Trumpeter, in his collar, with his mace. : Serjeants at Arms, two and two, bearing their
IIlaces. Pursuivants. . Rouge Dragon, Bluemantle, Francis Townsend, Gent. William Woods, Esq. “Heralds. York, Somerset, Chas. Geo. Young, Esq. J. Cathrow-Disney, Esq. Richmond, Chester,
The procession, flanked by the life guards, moved on to Templo Bar, the gates of which were shut, and Rouge Dragon, , Pursuivant of Arms, having advanced between two trumpeters, preceded by two of the life guards, demanded, in the usual form, admission into the City; on being admitted, he was conducted by the City Marshal to the Lord Mayor, who was in attendance in his state carriage, together with the Sheriffs and other Officers of the City, and the Order of His Majesty in Council having been delivered to His Lordship, the gates were directed to be opened: Rouge Dragon Put, suivant being then conducted to his place in the - pro
Joseph ". Esq: Geo. Martin Leake, Esq. procession, it moved on into the City, the Constables of Westminster filing off at Temble-Bar.
At the corner of Chancery-lane, the Proclamation was read the second time by the Chester Herald; the Lord Mayor, Sheriffs, and Officers of the City, then fell into the procession, immediately after the Officers of Arms, and the whole advanced to the Royal Exchange, where the Proclamation was read the third and last time by Richmond Herald.
The streets through which the procession passed were filled with spectators, and the acclamations were general.
The Officers of Arms afterwards dined at the Mansion-house, where they were most elegantly 2ntertained by the Lord Mayor.
Heralds-College, June 16, 1821.
THE King's Most Excellent Majesty in Council aving been pleased to command me, as Deputy Carl-Marshal of England, forthwith to prepare nd countersign letters to be passed under the royal ign manual, requiring the attendance at the Solemity of His Majesty's Royal Coronation of all he Peers of Great Britain ; and His Majesty aving been further pleased to command me to repare such letters also for such Temporal Peers "f that part of the United Kingdom of Great łritain and Ireland, called liveland, who sat and oted in the House of Lords of Ireland before the 'Jnion, or whose right to sit and vote therein, or o vote at the election of a representative Peer for reland has, on claim made on their behalf, been admitted, or shall, on or before the last day of the present session of Parliament, be admitted by the House of Lords of the United Kingdom, and who is a 1. I5 b ::: C
are not how Members bf the House of Commons of the United Kingdom, 1 do hereby request that all those Peers who, in conformity to the above regulations, are or may be entitled to assist at the Solemnity of His Majesty's Royal Coronation, will be pleased forthwith to transmit their respective
addresses to Sir George Nayler, Clarenceux King
of Arms, at the Heralds-College, in order that their letters of suminous may be forwarded without delay. - HENRY HowARD MoLYNEUx-HowARD, Deputy Earl Marshal.
Whitehall, June 8, 1821.
The King has been pleased to appoint the Right Honourable William Dundas, Keeper of the Signet, to the place and office of Clerk of His Majesty's Registers and Rolls in Scotland, in the room of Archibald Colquhoun, Esq. deceased.
Whitehall, June 14, 1821.
. The King has been pleased to appoint Peter Robert Lord Gwydir to exercise the office of Great Chamberlain of England, until a sufficient Deputy to exercise the said office shall be nominated by the Baroness Willoughby, of Eresby, and the Marchieness of Cholmondeley, coheiresses of the said office, and approved i His Majesty, or until its Majesty's pleasure shall be ful ther signified.
St. James's-Palace, June 4, 1821. ,
His Royal Highness the Duke of Clarence has appointed Mr. o Milliken, of Grafton-street, Dublin, His Royal Highness's Bookseller, Printer, and Stationer in Ordinary, in Ireland.
Westminster, June 15, 1821.
THIS day, the Lords being met, a message was sent to the Honourable House of Commous 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 to improve the land revenues of the Crown and of His Majesty's Duchy of Lancaster, 13 b 2 aud and for making provisions and regulations for the better management thereof. An Act to regulate the proceedings in the civil side of the Court of King's Bench, and also in the Court of Common Pleas, and in the pleas or common law side of the Court of Exchequer in Ireland. An Act to explain an Act, made in the fourteenth year of His late Majesty King George the Third, for explaining an Act made in the twelfth year of Queen Anne, intituled “An Act to reduce the rate of interest without any prejudice to parliamentary securities. An Act to regulate the office of Clerk of Assize or Nisi Prius or Judges Registrar in Ireland. An Act for the completion of the rebuilding of the church or chapel of the parish of St. Nicholas, in Harwich, in the county of Essex. An Act to alter and amend an Act of His late Majesty's reign, intituled “An Act to enable His Majesty to vest the Sands of Traeth Mawr, dividing the counties of Carnarvon and Merioneth, in William Alexander Madocks, Esq.; and for building quays and other works for the purpose of fa. cilitating the landing, loading, and unloading of ships and vessels frequenting the harbour of port Madoc, in the said county of Carnarvon. And two private Acts.