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2.—To the first ship as aforesaid, that shall reach to 83" of North 1,atitude sy - - 491,000.
To 850, a further sum of - 491,000.
To 89°, or beyond, a further sum of - sa , - - £1,000.
And if your Majesty should graciously approve these proposals, we further, with all humility, submit whether your Majesty would not be pleased, by your Order in Council, to revoke, cancel, and annul His late Majesty's Order in Council, of the nineteenth March, one thousand eight hundred and nineteen, establishing the scale of rewards therein contained, for the accomplishment of certain proportions of the said Passage or Approach.”
His Majesty, having taken the said Memorial into consideration, was pleased, by and with the advice of His Privy Council, to approve thereof; and His Majesty doth hereby establish the scale of rewards proposed in the said Memorial.
And His Majesty is further pleased, by and with the advice aforesaid, to revoke, cancel, and annul the Order in Council of the nineteenth of March one thousand eight hundred and nineteen, establishing the scale of rewards therein contained, and the same is hereby revoked, cancelled, and annulled accordingly. Jas. Buller.
Carlton-House, February 23, 1821.
The King was this day pleased to confer the honour of Knighthood on John. Webb, Esq. Director-General of the Ordnance Medical Department at Woolwich.
Crown-Office, February 23, 1821.
MEMBERS returned to serve in this present
Borough of New Ross.
Francis Leigh, of Rosegarland, in the county of Wexford. Esq. in the room of John Carroll, Esq. who has accepted the Chiltern Hundreds.
Borough of Plympton Earle,
William Gill Paxton, of Watford-Place, in the county of Herts, Esq. in the room of Alexander: Boswell, Esq. who has accepted the Chiltern.
Crown-office, February 27, 1821.
MEMBER returned to serve in this present
, Shire of Dumbarton.
John Buchanan, of Ardoch, in the room of the Right Honourable Archibald Colquhoun, deceased.
NORTH walEs SPRING CIRCUIT, is31.
Hugh Leycester, Esq.
Anglesey, Thursday, April 12, at Beaumaris.
Carnarvonshire, Wednesday, April 18, at Carnar Won.
Herionethshire, Tuesday, April 24, at Bala.
LONDON GAZETTE of MARCH 3,
3d March 1821. NOTICE, MONEY WEIGHTS.
WHEREAS by an Act of the fourteenth Geo. .
III. cap. 92, it is directed that all weights made use of for weighing the gold and silver coins of the realm shall be tried and compared with the standard weights lodged in His Majesty's Mint, and that upon the same being found just and true a stamp shall be marked thereon by an officer appointed for that purpose: And whereas by a Proclamation, bearing date sixth of February one thousand eight hundred and twenty-one, His Majesty has been pleased to order that the gold coins therein described shall not pass current under a certain weight:
Notice is therefore hereby given, to all persons rt:
requiring their weights to be stamped, that attendance will be given at the Weigher and Tellers Office, at the Mint, on Wednesday the fourteenth instant, and every subsequent Wednesday, between the hours of ten and three o'clock, for the receiving the said weights which are to be left with the said officer, and after the same have been compared with the weights in the Office, and found to be true and just, they will be marked with the following impression, viz. on one side, His Majesty's crest with the words “Royal Mint” and the date of the year of the Proclamation, and on the other side, the current weight of the denomination of the coin, and delivered to the owners on their paying the fee directed by the Act of Parliament of the fifteenth Geo. III. cap. 30, viz. one penny for every twelve weights so stamped or marked before the same are delivered. And all persons counterfeiting or selling forged stamps will be prosecuted as the Act directs.
War-Office, 2d March 1821.
Captain Thomas St. George Lister, of the 11th Foot, to be Fort Major and Adjutant at Jersey,
vice Millar, deceased. Dated 8th February 1821,
10NDON GAZETTE of MARCH 6,
Whitehall, March 5, 1821.
YESTERDAY morning, soon after one o'clock, died, at the age of twelve weeks, Her Highmess Elizabeth, only daughter of His Royal Highness the Duke of Clarence, to the great grief of His Majesty and of all the Royal Family.
Lord Chamberlain's-Office, March 9, 1821.
NOTICE is hereby given, that His Majesty will hold a Levee at Carlton-House, on Wednesday the 21st instant, at two o'clock.