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of the proxies of such as shall be absent (such proxies being Peers, and producing a mandate in writing duly signed before witnesses, and both the constituent and proxy being qualified according to law): and the Lord Clerk Register, or such two of the Principal Clerks of the Session as shall be appointed by him to officiate in his name, are hereby respectively required to attend such meeting, and to adminster the oaths required by law to be taken there by the said Peers, and to take their votes; and immediately after such election made and duly examined, to certify the name of the Peer so elected, and to sign and attest the same in the presence of the said Peers the electors, and return such certificate into our High Court of Chancery of Great Britain: and we strictly charge and command that this our Royal Proclamation be duly published at the Market Cross at Edinburgh, and in all the county towns of Scotland, twenty-five days at least before the time hereby appointed for the Meeting of the said Peers to proceed on such election.
Given at our Court at Buckingham-Palace, this twenty-fifth day of June in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and fifty-one, and in the fifteenth year of our reign.
God save the Queen.
This Gazette contains two Orders in Council, dated the 25th day of June 1851, approving the schemes prepared by the Ecclesiastical Commissioners for England—
Respecting the endowment of the University of Durham, and
For substituting money payments to the respectiTe prebendaries of the prebends of Moreton Magna and Moreton Parva, in the cathedral church of Hereford, for their interests in the estates of the said prebends.
Also three Orders in Council, dated the 25th day of June 1851, approving the representations duly prepared by Her Majesty's Commissioners for building new churches—
That a particular district should be assigned to the consecrated church of the Holy Innocents, situate at Highnam, in the parish of Churcham, in the county of Gloucester, and diocese of Gloucester and Bristol, and should be called "The district chapelry of Highnam."
That a particular district should be assigned to the consecrated church of Saint Mary Magdalene, situate at West Lavington, in the parish of Woollavington, in the county of Sussex, and diocese of Chichester, and should be called "The district chapelry of West Lavington."
That a particular district should be assigned to the consecrated church of Saint Philip and Saint James, situate at Hucclecote, in the parish of Churchdown, in the county of Gloucester, and diocese of Gloucester and liristol, and should be called "The district chapelry of Hucclecote."
This Gazette also contains two Orders in Council, dated the 25th day of June 1851, directing in conformity to the reports from the General Board of Health, that the Public Health Act 1848, and every part thereof, except the section numbered 50 in the copies of that Act printed by Her Majesty's printers, shall be applied to and be in force within and throughout—
The parish of Penrith, in the county of Cumber land;
The township of Wavertree, in the parish of Childwall, in the county palatine of Lancaster;
That each of such places should he and constitute a district for the purposes of the said Public Health Act, should have a Local Board of Health established therein, and containing such instructions and regulations for the election of members of such Local Boards as are applicable to each of the said districts.
Buckingham-Palace, June 25, 1851.
This day had audience of Her Majesty:
His Excellency Monsieur Drouyn de Lhuys, Ambassador Extraordinary from the French Republic, to deliver his letter of recall;
To which he was introduced by Viscount Palmerston, G.C.B. Her Majesty's Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, and conducted by Coknel the Honourable Sir Edward Cust, K.C.H. Master of the Ceremonies.
Foreign-Office, June 24, 1851.
The Queen has been pleased to approve of Mr. Edward Ryan as Consul at Quebec for die Free Haneeattic City of Bremen.
Downing-Street, June 25, 1851.
The Queen has been pleased to appoint Lambert De Nieuwerkerk, Esq. to be Assistant ReceiverGeneral of Bcibice, in the colony of British Guiana.
Her Majesty has also been pleased to appoint William Carman, Esq. to be Clerk of the Pleas in, the Supreme Court of the province of New Brunswick.
Crown-Office, June 27, 1851.
MEMBER returned to serve in this present PARLIAMENT.
City of Bath.
George Trewecke Scobell, Esq. of High Littleton, in the county of Somerset, Captain, R.N. in the room of Anthony Ashley Cooper, commonly called Lord Ashley, now Earl of Shaftesbury, called up to the House of Peers.
War-Office, 27th June 1851.
7th Regiment of Dragoon Guards, Major Gervase
Parker Bushe, from half-pay Unattached, to be
Major, vice Brevet Lieutenant-Colonel Sir
Harry F. C. Darrell, Bart., who exchanges.
Dated 27th June 1851. Captain Arthur Cavendish Bentinck to be Major,
by purchase, vice Bushe, who retires. Dated
27th June 1851. Lieutenant Nugent Chichester to be Captain, by
purchase, vice Bentinck. Dated 27th June
1851. Cornet Thomas Edward Dowbiggen to be
Lieutenant, by purchase, vice Chichester.
Dated 27th June 1851.
8th Light Dragoons, Lieutenant Edward Tomkin son to be Captain, by purchase, vice Thompson, who retires. Dated 27th June 1851.
Cornet John Charles Henry Fitzgibbon to be Lieutenant, by purchase, vice Tomkinson. Dated 27th June 1851.
Coldttream Regiment of Foot Guards, Ensign and Lieutenant Francis Augustus Plunkett Burton to be Lieutenant and Captain, by purchase, vice Warrender, who retires. Dated 27th June 1851.
Second Lieutenant Gerald Littlehales Goodlake, from the 21st Foot, to be Ensign and Lieutenant, by purchase, vice Burton. Dated 27th June 1851.
6th Foot, Major-General Henry James Riddell to be Colonel, vice Lieutenant-General Sir John Gardiner, K.C.B. deceased. Dated 25th June 1851.
21 tt Foot, Lieutenant-Colonel Edward Thorp, from the 44th Foot, to be Lieutenant-Colonel, vice Thomas Gore Browne, C.B. who retires upon half-pay 44th Foot . Dated 27th June 1851.
2oth Foot, Lieutenant-Colonel James Smith Schonswar, from the 5 th Foot, to be Lieutenant-Colonel, vice James Robert Young, who retires upon half-pay 5th Foot. Dated 27th June 1851.
3lst Foot, Captain Henry B. Phipps, from the 63rd Foot, to be Captain, vice Gould, who exchanges. Dated 27th June 1851.
6<VA Foot, Assistant-Surgeon Brinsley Nicholson, AL1). from the Staff, to be Assistant-Surgeon. Dated 27th June 1851.
bird Foot, Captain John Stillman Gould, from the 31st Foot, to be Captain, vice Phipps, who exchanges. Dated 27th June 1851.