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Lincolnshire, Wednesday, March 5, at the Castle of Lincoln.
City of Lincoln, the same day, at the City of Lincoln.
Nottinghamshire, Tuesday, March 11, at Nottingham.
Town of Nottingham, the same day, at the Town of Nottingham.
Derbyshire, Thursday, March 13, at Derby.
Leicestershire, Wednesday, March 19, at the Castle of Leicester.
Borough of Leicester, the same day, at the Borough of Leicester.
Warwickshire, Coventry Division, Friday, March 21, at the City of Coventry.
Warwickshire, Warwick Division, Saturday, March 22, at Warwick.
Mr. Justice Patteson.
Berkshire, Wednesday, February 26, at Abingdon.
Oxfordshire, Saturday, March 1, at Oxford.
Worcestershire, Wednesday, March 5, at Worcester.
City of Worcester, the same day, at the City of Worcester.
Staffordshire, Tuesday, March 11, at Stafford.
Salop, Wednesday, March 19, at Shrewsbury.
Herefordshire, Saturday, March 22, at Hereford.
Monmouthshire, Wednesday, March 26, at Monmouth.
Gloucestershire, Saturday, March 29, at Gloucester.
City of Gloucester, the same day, at the City of Gloucester. 1851. E
CIRCUIT of the PRINCIPALITY of WALES and COUNTY PALATINE of CHESTER.
Mr. Justice Maule.
Glamorganshire, Thursday, February 27, at Swansea.
Pembrokeshire, Friday, March 7, at Haverfordwest.
Town and County of Haverfordwest, the same day, at the Town of Haverfordwest.
Cardiganshire, Wednesday, March 12, at Cardigan.
Carmarthenshire, Saturday, March 15, at Carmarthen.
County of the Borough of Carmarthen, the same day, at the Borough of Carmarthen.
Brecknockshire, Friday, March 21, at Brecon.
Radnorshire, Wednesday, March 26, at Presteign.
Montgomeryshire, Monday, March 10, at Welchpool.
Merionet/ishire, Thursday, March 13, at Bala.
Carnarvonshire, Saturday, March 15, at Carnarvon.
Anglesey, Wednesday, March 19, at Beaumaris.
Denbighshire, Saturday, March 22, at Ruthin.
Flintshire, Wednesday, March 26, at Mold.
Cheshire, Saturday, March 29, at Chester.
Mr. Justice Cresswell.
North Lancashire, Monday, February 17, at
Lancaster. Westmorland, Thursday, February 20, at
Appleby. Cumberland, Saturday, February 22, at Carlisle. Northumberland, Wednesday, February 26, at
Newcastle-upon-Tyne. Town of Newcastle-upon- Tyne, the same day, at
the Guildhall of the said Town. Durham, Monday, March 3, at Durham. Yorkshire, Saturday, March 8, at the Castle of
York. City of York, the same day, at the Guildhall of
the said City. South Lancashire, Saturday, March 22, at
This Gazette also contains an Order from the Poor Law Board to the Churchwardens and Overseers of the Poor of the parish of Hillingdon, in the county of Middlesex, and others whom it may concern, dated the 28th day of January 1851, directing that the Act of the 13th and 14th Vict, cap. 57, intituled "An Act to prevent the holding of vestry and other meetings in churches, and for regulating the appointment of vestry clerks," shall, so far as the same relates to the appointment of a vestry clerk, be applied to and be put in force within the said parish of Hillingdon.
LONDON GAZETTE of FEBRUARY 11,
Foreign-Office, February 11, 1851.
IT is hereby notified, that Viscount Palmerston, Her Majesty's Principal Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, has received from Sir Stratford Canning, Her Majesty's Ambassador at Constantinople, a despatch, enclosing an official notification from the Ottoman Minister for Foreign Affairs, dated the 18th of January last, of the blockade of all the ports and coasts of Samos, by the naval forces of His Imperial Majesty the Sultan. Such blockade to commence twenty days after the said 18th of January.
Buckingham-Palace, February 3, 1851.
• The Queen was this day pleased to confer the honour of Knighthood upon James Meck, Esq. late Comptroller of the Victualling and Transport Services in the Admiralty.
Whitehall, January 29, 1851.
The Queen has been pleased to grant unto William Hunter, of Carse, in the shire of Forfar, a Lieutenant in Her Majesty's 80th Regiment of Foot (Staffordshire Volunteers), and to Carsina-Gordon, his wife, only child and heir of Charles Gordon Gray, younger, of Carse aforesaid, deceased, Her royal licence and authority that they may, in compliance with a condition and provision contained in a certain deed of entail executed by Captain Charles Gray, of Carse aforesaid, and bearing date the twenty-third day of May 1765, take and henceforth use the surname of Gray, instead of that of Hunter, and that they may bear the arms of Gray only, and that such surname and arms may in like manner be taken, borne, and used by the issue of their marriage; such arms being first duly exemplified according to the laws of arms, and recorded in the Herald's office, otherwise the said royal licence and permission to be void and of none effect:
And also to command that the said royal concession and declaration be recorded in Her .Majesty's College of Arms.
Admiralty, 8th February 1851.
Erratum in Gazette of 26th January 1849, page 247. For boats of Victory under Lieutenant Purcell, Bead, under Lieutenant St. Clair and Mr. Purcell.
Crown-Office, February 11, 1851.
MEMBER returned to serve in this present PARLIAMENT.
Borough of New Windsor.
The Right Honourable John Hatchell, of Merrionsquare, in the city of Dublin, Attorney-General for Ireland.