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Brydon, the Reverend R., presented to the Church of Dunscore, 998. 4 Bulmer, F., Esq., Knighted, 284. Burkitt, Mr., appointed Chemist and Druggist in Ordinary to His Majesty, 174. *** * * * * * * * C. o o,” “. Callington, Boroughof, notice from the Speaker of the Hauseof Commons respecting the election for, 58, 89. Carissle, A., Esq., appointed Surgeou Extraordinary to His Majesty, 239. Carlton-House, His Majesty goes in State to the House of Peers, 35 ; Speech to both Houses of Parliament, ibid.;; Count de Bourke has a private audience of His Majesty, 37; Monsieur de Souza, Monsieur de Pfeffel, ltichard' Rush, Esq., and Baron Langsdorso, have audiences of His ... Majesty, 38; Address presented to His Majesty from the City of Dublin, 40; from the Bishop, Dean and Chapter couf St. Paul's, and the Clergy of London and Westuminster, 43; lov. Halliday, Knighted, 47; Sheriffs appointed, 48; Lord Beyesford sworn of the Privy Council, 51 ; took the oaths as Governor of Jersey, 52 : Proclamation respectring guld coin, 58; Sherit of the County Palatine of Laneaster appointed, 52 ; of the Counties of Nottingham and Warwick, 62; amendment on the Roll of Sheriffs, ibid.;; the Marquess of Graham sworn of the Privy Council, 63; Count de Lieyen, the Duke de Frias, and Baron Just have. audiences of His Majesty, 64; General Sir Robt. Brownrigg. and Vice-Admiral Sir George Martin invested as Knights. Grand Crosses of the Bath, 65 ; A. Wood, Esq. Kuighted,. 66; Order in Council fixing the scale of rewards respecting. the discovery of the longitude, 82; John Webb, Esq., Knighted, 85 ; Proclamation respecting the silve: coin, 94;. *Order in Council respecting the importation of certain arti--- ches into the ports of Nova Scotia and New Brunswick, 974. ... Sheriff of the ( ounty of Warwick appointed, 99; the • Duke de Frias has an audience of His Majesty, ibid.; J. ; : Głossop. Esq., appoiuted Clerk of the Cheque to the band-af. Gentlemen Pensioners, 104; The Marquess of Graham apto pointed Vice Chamberlain of His Majesty's Householdrào; Major-General Sir A. F. Barnard appointed a Groquy of His. ... Majesty’s Bedchamber, ibid.; 1,914 Lovaiue appointed a Ilord, of His Majesty's Bedchamber, ibid.; older that no. person shall be presented to His Majesty at the Levee fur ...the hpuuur of Knighthood, unless. His Majesty's pleasure. § have been previously signified in writing to the Lord in Waiting, by une of the Secretalies of State, 1263. Baron. o, - Fagels.

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... . . . ... so 'o of , of “” * . Fagel, Prince Esterhazy, the Duke de Frias, the Baron de Pfeffel, Baron Just, Mousieur Kopp, and liaron Langsdorff, have audiences, of His Majesty, 127; Lieutenant-General Sir E. Paget takes the oaths as Governor of Ceylon, 128; Order in Council respecting the distribution of rewards for the apprehension of Smugglers, 129; Order in Council for prohibiting the exportation of Gunpowder, 164; Order in Council for suspending the ballot for the Local Militia, 178; The Duke de Frias, Baron Just, Baron Nicolay, and Chevalier D'Onis, have audiences of His Majesty, 196; Lord Gwydir sworn of the Privy Council, 203 ; Prince Esterhazy, the 1)nke de Gramont, Count de Stackelberg, "Prince Partauna, Prince de Hatzfeldt, the Marquess of Santa Cluz, Monsteur de Pteffel. Baron Just, the Count de Moltke, General de Neuffer, the Count de Pralorme, and the Count de Lowenhelm, have audiences of His Majesty, 287; the Earles of Cassilis and Lauderdale, invested with the insignia of the Order of the Thistle, 242; Prince Paul Esterhazy, Prince Esterhazy, the Duke de Gramont. Count de Stäckelberg, Prince Partanna, Prince de Hatzfeldt; the Marquis de Santa Cruz, Monsieur de Souza, General de Neuster, Count de Pralorne, and the Count de Lowethelhi, have audiences of His Majesty, 243; Major-General'Sir' Q:'P. Belson invested with the Star of the Second class of the Older of the Bath, 248 ; C. W. Dance, Esq., Knighted, 286 : Order in Council app inting the Lords Joistices, 295; Prorogation of Parliament, 297, New Great Seal delivered to the Lord Chancellor, and Order in Council for the using of *the sane, ibid.; it. Birnie, Esq., Knighted, 299; H. Askew, Esq., Knighted, 302; Prorogation of Parliament, *344; Baron de Nicolay has an audience of His Mijesty;345; order in Council prohibiting the exportation of Giaffow* der, 35i ; The iduke of Montrose a pointed Lord Chamberlain, 857 i.The Marquess Coaynglrani appointed Lord *Steward of The Household, iii. go o Cartwright. Thomas, Esq., appointed Secretary of Legation, at to it of Munich, 89...... to “o Cassillis, the Earl of, invested with the illsiglia of the Order ... of the Thistle, 2. ... so, to or to off ... . o. o o ". Chamberlain, C., #. appointed His Majesty's Consul for ...the Poince of Murdja, 303. , , of too so “at” ” chamberlain's, Lord Great, office—notice, from, resfesting , applications for tickets ful the Heuse of Peers, -88; " notics respecting the d, livery of tickets to Peers, retresses ‘and Privy Councillors, 228; notice resp. cting the "Rosing of Westunjuster-Hall for public inspection after the Coreiliosi, ibid.; uotice to Peers' attendants, 236. - Chamberlain's,

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Chambertain's, Lord, Office—Orders for the Court going into
... mourningfor the Duke Augustus of Brunswick, h; notice’
of a Levee, as; of a Levee, sh; of a Drawing-Room, 82; of
a Levee, a 8: funeral of Her Highness the Princess Eliza-
beth, daughter of His Royal Highness the Duke of Clarence,
.92; notice of a Levee, 105; of a Drawing-Room, ibid.; ap-'
... pointment of Physicians, Surgeons and Apothecaries to His
Majesty and the Household, ibid.; notice respecting pre-
sentations at the Drawing-Room, 105; notice of a 1.evee,
209; of a Drawing-Room, ibid.; Dr. Hugh Pearson ap-
pointed Chaplain in Ördinary to His Majesty's Household
at Brighton, 226; A. P. Cowper, Esq., appointed Surgeou
to His Majesty's Person, 238; H. Alexandre, Esq., ap-
pointed Surgeon Occulist in Ordinary to His Majesty, thid.;
A. Carlisle, Esq., and S. L. Hamick, Esq., appointed Sur-
geons Extraordinary, and J. Heath, Esq., Dentist Extra-
ordinary to His Majesty, 239; directions that no person
should wear mourning at the ensuinig Levee and Drawing- -
Room, 844; directions-respecting undress of the Officers of
the Household at the ensuing Lever and Drawing-Room,
ibid.; order for a Court Mourning for the Queen, 287;
funeral of, 292; change of Mourning for, 293. “ ”.
Chevalier, Thomas, Esq., appointed Surgeon Extraordinary
.to. His Majesty, 106. - * * * r -
Chichester, A., Esq., created a Baronet, 244. .
Cholmondeley.T., Esq., ereated Baron Delamere, 225. . .
Circuits appointed, 78, 86, 249. - -
Clarence, death of Her Highness the “Princess Elizabeth,
daughter of His Royal Highness the Duke of, 88; funeral
of, 92. . . . .” *: - . . .
Clarke, Dr. J.S., appointed a Prebendary of His Majesty’s
Free Chapel of St. George, in the Castle of Windsor, 125.
Cockburn, Vice Admiral Sir George, appointed Major-General
of the Royal Marines, 114. ot * * * - - - -
Colborne, Colonel Sir J., appointed Lieutenant-Governor of
Guernsey, 288. - - - '-- -
Calanial Department, Downing-Street,-H. Beard, Fsquire,
appointed Lieutenant-Governor of Berbice, 34; Sir H.
, Ward appointed Captain-General and Governor in Chief of
Barbadoes, 52; Sir Thomas Brisbane-appointed Governor
... of New South Wales, ibid.; dispatch announcing the death
of Napoleon Bonaparte, 199; the Earl of Huntingdou -
, appointed Gavernor of the Islaud of Dominica, 359. " " '
Colquhoun, J., Esq., approved of as Agent and Consul-General
... in the United Kingdom for Lubeck, Bremen and Ham :
burg, 197. go to . . .
oombermere, Lord, appointed Governor of Sheerness. 47. “
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Conyngham, the Marquess, created Baron Minster, eos;
sworn of the Privy Council, 357; appointed Lord Steward
of the Household, ibid.;
Cooper, A. P., Esq., created a Baronet, 244.
Coronation, Proclamation appointhig the day for the célé-
kration of, 1754 the ceremony preclaimed, 188; notice to
‘Peers of the United Kingdom to send their addresses to Sir
G. Nayler, Clarenceux King at Arms, 185; order res-
pecting the robes to be worn by Peers, 190; notice res-
pecting the dresses to be worn, 1925 notice respecting
tickets, 195; notice respecting Peeresses tickets, 198;
Lord Howard of Eflingham, approved of by His Majesty to
discharge the duties of Earl Marshal, 204; order respecting
the routes to the Hall and Abbey, 209; order respecting
the dress of the Lords' Attendants, 213; no person to ap-
ear in mourning, ilid.; orders to the Earl Marshal's
ki Staff Officers, ibid.; order that no person he admitted
to Westminster-Hall without tickets from the Deputy Lord
Great Chamberlain, 227; notice respecting the delivering
of copies of the form of Divine Service to be used at the
Coronation, 227; notice respecting the delivery of tickets
to Peers, Peeresses and Privy Councillors, 228; notice res-
pecting the openiog of Westminster-Hall for public-in-
spection after the Coronation, ibid.; notice where the per-
sons who were to walk in the Procession were to assemble,
229; notice respecting the pass tickets from the Hall te
the Abbey, 233; uotice to Ladies attending the Abbey te
appear in fall dress, 233; notice respecting the delivery ef
tickets to Peers, &c., ibid.; notice respecting pass tiekets
from the Hall to the Abbey, 234; notice respecting the
opening of Westminster Abbey after the Coronation, 2863
further instructions respecting the route to the Hall aud
the Abbey at the Coronation, 235; notice to the Peers’. At-
tendants, 236; Solemnity of the Coronation, £87; 258;
His Majesty's approbation of the persons attending on the
Uoronation, and the arrangements wil that occasion, 284;
Council, Privy, Lord Beresford sworn a Member of, 54, the
Marquess of Graham, 63; Lord Gwydir, 208; the Duke of
Dorset, the Marquess Conyngham and the Right Houour-
able Henry Goulburn, 357.
Council, Orders in, for fixing the scale of rewards respecting
the discovery of the longitude, 82; for allowing the in-
portation of certain articles into the ports of Nova Scotia.
and New Brunswick, 97; for regulating rewards for the
apprehension of smugglers, 129; for prohibiting the exe
portation of gunpowder, 164; for suspending the ballot for
the Local Militia, 178; appointing the Lords Justices, 295 :
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