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Captain and Brevet Major Richard Lyde Hornbrook to be Lieutenant-Colonel, vice Mercer, promoted.

First Lieutenant and Quartermaster Charles Louis to be Captain, vice Hornbrook, promoted.

Second Lieutenant John Vaughan Carden Reed to be First Lieutenant, vice Louis, promoted.

First Lieutenant James Pickard to be Quartermaster, vice Louis.

Commission signed by the Lord Lieutenant of the
County of Gloucester, and of the City and
County of the City of Gloucester, and of the
City and County of the City of Bristol.

Royal Gloucestershire Regiment of Hussar
Yeomanry.

Cecil Charles Pole, Gent, to be Lieutenant, vice
Hobson, promoted. Dated 24th May 1851.

FROM THE

LONDON GAZETTE of MAY 30,
1851.

St. James's-Palace, May 28, 1851.

THE Queen was this day pleased to confer the honour of Knighthood upon James Tyler, Esq. Lieutenant of Her Majesty's Honourable Corps of Gentlemen at Arms.

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St. Jamefs-Palace, May 14, 1851.

The Queen has been pleased, on the nomination of Lord Foley, to appoint Markland Barnard, Esq. one of Her Majesty's Honourable Corps of Gentlemen at Arms, vice O'Kelly, retired.

Downing-Street, May 27, 1851.

The Queen has been pleased to appoint William Hogge and Charles Mostyn Owen, Esqrs. to be Assistants to Lieutenant-General Sir H. G. sW. Smith, Baronet, K.G.C.B. Governor of the Cape of Good Hope, as Her Majesty's High Commissioner for the settling and adjustment of the affairs of the territories in Southern Africa, adjacent or contiguous to the eastern and northeastern frontier of that colony.

Downing-Street, May 28, 1851.

The Queen has been pleased to appoint Richard Cornwall Legh, Esq. to be Assistant Secretary to the Government of Malta, and Clerk to the Council of Government of that Island.

Whitehall, May 30, 1851.

The Queen has been pleased to nominate and appoint Duncan McNeill, Esq. one of the Ordinary Lords of Session, to be one of the Lords of Justiciary in Scotland, in the room of Joshua Henry Mackenzie, Esq. resigned,

Foreign-Office, May 27, 1851.

The Queen has been pleased to approve of Mr. Robert Prowse, as Consul, at St. John's, Newfoundland, for His Majesty the King of Prussia.

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The Queen has also been pleased to approve of M. Henry Fourcade, as Consul, at Malta,—of M. Louis Leon Bucquet as Consul at Sydney,—and of M. Isaac Edward Grasset, as Consul at Fort Louis for the French Republick.

The Queen has also been pleased to approve of Mr. William Hare as Consul at Halifax, Nova Scotia, for the Free Hanseatic city of Lubeck.

The Queen has also been pleased to approve of Mr. Thomas Winder Campbell as Consul-General in New South Wales and Van Diemen's Land for the King of the Hawaiian Islands.

Crown- Office.

MEMBERS returned to serve in this present PARLIAMENT.

May 29, 1851.

Borough of Harwich.

Robert Wigram Crawford, of Mickleham-Hall, in the county of Surrey, and Old Broad-street, in the city of London, Esq. in the room of Henry Thoby Prinsep, Esq. whose election for the said borough has been declared void.

May 30.

County of the Isle of Wight.

Edward Dawes, Esq. of Saint Helens, in the said county, in the room of John Simeon, Esq. who has accepted the office of Steward of Her Majesty's Chiltern Hundreds.

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Somerset-House, May 26, 1851.

William George Anderson, Esq. has been appointed Auditor of the Duchy of Cornwall, in the room of Edward White, Esq. resigned.

War-Office, 30th May 1851.

1th Regiment of Dragoon Guards, Captain Thomas Henry Clifton, from 12th Light Dragoons, to be Captain, vice Cureton, who exchanges. Dated 30th May 1851.

llM Light Dragoons, Lieutenant Thomas Jeffery Jonah Avarne, from half-pay 67th Foot, to be Lieutenant, vice James Thomas Wightman, who exchanges. Dated 30th May 1851.

Cornet John Inglis to be Lieutenant, by purchase, vice Avarne, who retires. Dated 30th May 1851.

12th Light Dragoons, Captain Edward Burgoyne Cureton, from the 7th Dragoon Guards, to be Captain, vice Clifton, who exchanges.4 Dated 30th May 1851.

1 st Regiment of Foot, Ensign James Frederick Webster to be Lieutenant, by purchase, vice • Keed, who retires. Dated 30th May 1851.

18th Foot, Captain William Elford Adams, from the 87th Foot, to be Captain, vice Hanmer, who exchanges. Dated 26th March 1851.

40th Foot, Lieutenant Alborough Richardson Rundle to be Captain, by purchase, vice Gorle, who retires. Dated 30th May 1851.

Ensign William O'Hara to be Lieutenant; by purchase, vice Rundle. Dated 30th May 1851.

&7th Foot, Captain William Hanmer, from the

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18th Foot, to be Captain, vice Adams, who exchanges. Dated 26th March 1851. Second Lieutenant George Ley Woolferstan Dodsley Flamstead, to be First Lieutenant, by purchase, vice Baldwin, who retires. Dated 30th May 1851.

88/A Foot, Ensign Jackson sWray to be Lieutenant, by purchase, vice Steere, who retires. Dated 30th May 1851.

1st West India Regiment, Ensign Angus William Mackay to be Lieutenant, without purchase, vice J. W. Thompson, deceased. Dated 13th January 1851.

Ensign William Lawrence Murphy to be Lieutenant, by purchase, vice Stubbs, who retires. Dated 30th May 1851.

BREVET.

Brevet Major William C. E. Napier, of the 2oth Foot, to be Lieutenant-Colonel in the Army. Dated%30th May 1851.

Memorandum.

The Christian names of Brevet Colonel Morris, C.B. on half-pay, as Lieutenant-Colonel, Unattached, are "Edmund Finucane."

Erratum in printing the Gazette of the 23rd May 1851.

The appointment of Brevet Lieutenant-Colonel Edward Macarthur, on half-pay Unattached, should have been Deputy Adjutant- General to the Forces serving in New South Wales, and not Deputy Assistant-General as therein stated.

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