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M.D. from the 57th Foot, to be Surgeon, vice Mockler, who exchanges. Dated 23rd May 1851.
14th Foot, Ensign John Barlow to be Lieutenant, by purchase, vice Payne, who retires. Dated 23rd May 1851.
21 st Foot, Captain James Hill Albouy, from the 46th Foot, to be Captain, vice Dickins, who exchanges. Datei 23rd May 1851.
45M Foot, Brevet Major Edward Baker Bere, from half-pay 15th Light Dragoons, to be Captain, vice Donald William Tench, who exchanges. Dated 23rd May 1851.
Lieutenant George William Morris to be Captain, by purchase, vice Bere, who retires. Dated 23rd May 1851.
Ensign Robert Graham Howard to be Lieutenant, by purchase, vice Morris. Dated 23rd May 1851.
46th Foot, Captain George Caldwell Dickins, from the 21st Foot, to be Captain, vice Albouy, •who exchanges. Dated 23rd May 1851.
57th Foot, 'Surgeon Edward Mockler, from the 10th Foot, to be Surgeon, vice Gordon, who exchanges. Dated 23rd May 1851.
62n'd Foot, Brevet Major William Mathias to be
Major, by purchase, vice Jones, promoted in
the 2nd West India Regiment. Dated 23rd
May 1851. Lieutenant and Adjutant John M. M. Hewett to
be Captain, by purchase, vice Mathias. Dated
23rd May 1851. Ensign George O'Donnell to be Lieutenant, by
purchase, vice Hewett, promoted. Dated 23rd
Lieutenant Charles Lambert to be Adjutant, vice Hewett, promoted. Dated 23rd May 1851.
99th Foot, Lieutenant Patrick Johnston to be Captain, without purchase, vice Brevet Major Nicholson, deceased. Dated 17th February 1851.
2nd West India Regiment, Major Loftus Francis Jones, from the 62nd Foot, to be LieutenantColonel, by purchase, vice Sedley, who retires. Dated 23rd May 1851.
Brevet Lieutenant-Colonel Edward Macarthur, on half-pay Unattached, to be Deputy AssistantGeneral to the Forces serving in New South Wales, vice Brevet Lieutenant-Colonel Godfrey Charles Mundy, who resigns. Dated 23rd May 1851.
Commission signed by the Lord Lieutenant of the County of Derby.
William Henry Frederick Cavendish, Esq. to be Deputy Lieutenant.
Commission signed by Her Majesty's Commissioners of Lieutenancy for the City of London.
• Regiment of Royal London Militia.
Lieutenant-Colonel William Thompson to be Colonel, vice Colonel Sir Claudius Stephen Hunter, Baronet, deceased. Dated 13th May
thereon if the same had been sent direct to their places of destination without having been first landed at the said island of Saint Thomas.
And we direct that printed newspapers (whether British, Colonial, or Foreign,) transmitted by packet-boat between any port in Her Majesty's colonies and any foreign port, or between one foreign port and any other foreign port respectively, landed at the island of Saint Thomas and sent on from thence to their places of destination without passing through the United Kingdom, shall be charged with the same rates of postage only as would have been chargeable thereon if the same had been sent direct to their places of destination without having been first landed at the said island of Saint Thomas.
And we direct that the several terms and expressions used in this warrant, shall be construed to have the like meaning in all respects as they would have had if inserted in the said Act of the fourth year of the reign of Her present Majesty.
And we hereby declare and direct that it shall be lawful for the Commissioners for the time being of Her Majesty's Treasury, or any two of them, by warrant under their hands, at any time hereafter, to alter or repeal any of the regulations hereby made, and to make and establish any other regulations in lieu thereof.
Whitehall, Treasury Chambers, the thirteenth day of May 1851.
W. Gibson Craig. R. M. Bellew.
LONDON GAZETTE of MAY 27,
Lord Chamberlain's Office, May 27, 1851.
NOTICE is hereby given, that the State Apartments at Windsor Castle will be closed from Friday next, the 30th instant, until Monday the 9th of June.
St. James's-Palace, May 24, 1851.
Her Majesty has been pleased to appoint Captain Thomas Parker Rickford, late of the Royal Welsh Fusiliers, Exon of Her Majesty's Royal Body Guard of the Yeomen of the Guard, vice Sir Seymour Sadler, resigned.
Whitehall, May 26, 1851.
The Queen has been pleased to appoint James Duff, Esq. to be Lieutenant and Sheriff Principal of the shire of Elgin, in the room of General the Honourable Sir Alexander Duff, deceased.
Admiralty, 23rd May 1851.
Corps of Royal Marines.
I/ieutenant-Colonel Robert Mercer to be Colonel