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LONDON GAZETTE of FEBRUARY II,
AT the Court at Windsor, the 11th day of February 1851.
PRESENT, The QUEEN's Most Excellent Majesty in Council.
SHERIFFS appointed by Her Majesty in Council for the year 1851.
Bedfordshire, Sir Charles Gillies Payne, of
Berkshire, Daniel Higford Duvall Burr,
of Aldermaston-Park, Esq.
Buckinghamshire, The Honourable Richard Cavendish, of Thornton-HalL
Camb. and Hunt. George Rust, of Huntingdon, Esq.
Cumberland, George Head Head, of
Cheshire, Thomas Marsland, of Henbury,
Derbyshire, Francis Bradshaw, of Barton
Devonshire, Richard Durant, of Sharpham.
Dorsetshire, Francis Pitney Brouncker Martin, of Kingston-House, Dorchester, Esq.
Durham, Robert Henry Allan, of Blackwell-Hall, Esq. Esser, William Philip Honywood, of
Marks-Hall, Esq. Gloucestershire, William Dent, of SudeleyCastle, Esq. Herefordshire, Charles Thomas Bodenham, of Rotherwas, Esq. Hertfordshire, William John Lysley, of Mimwood, Esq. Kent, Ford Wilson, of Blackhurst, Tonbridge-Wells, Esq. Leicestershire, Sir Cornwallis Ricketts, of Beaumont Leyes, Bart. Lincolnshire, Sir Charles Henry John Anderson, of Lea, Bart. Monmouthshire, Ferdinand Hanbury Williams, of Coldbrook-Park, Esq.
Norfolk, Sir Willoughby Jones, of Cranmer-Hall, Sculthorpe, Bart.
Northamptonshire, Sir Charles Edmund Isham, of Lamport-Hall, Bart.
Northumberland, Sir Horace St. Paul, of EwartPark, Bart.
Nottinghamshire, John Francklin, of Gonalston,
Oxfordshire, J.." Brown, of Kingston Blount, Esq.
Rutlandshire, John Moore Paget, of Clipsham, Esq.
Shropshire, Robert Henry Cheney, of Badger-Hall, Esq.
Somersetshire, Thomas Tutton Knyston, of Uphill, Esq.
County of Southampton,
Anglesey, JBreconshire, Carnarvonshire, Carmarthenshire,
John Barker, of Wolverhamp-
Sir Thomas Edward Winnington, of Stanford-Court, Bart. The Honourable Payan Dawnay, of Beningborough-Hall.
Thomas Owen, of Tyddyn
Glamorganshire, Gervas Powell Turbervill, of
Esq. Montgomeryshire, Charles Jones, of Garthmill,
Esq. Merionethshire, Henry Richardson, of Abcrhir
nant, Esq. Pembrokeshire, John Harcourt Powell, of
Hook, Esq. Radnorshire, Francis Aspinal Phillips, of
LONDON GAZETTE of FEBRUARY 14, 1851.
Lord Chamberlain's Office, February 13, 1851.
NOTICE is hereby given, that Her Majesty will hold Levees at St. James's-Palace, on the following days, at two o'clock:
Wednesday, 26th February instant.
Regulations To Be Observed At The Queen's Levees, At St. James's-palace.
The Noblemen and Gentlemen, who purpose to attend Her Majesty's Levee at St. James's-Palace, are requested to bring with them two large cards, with their names clearly written thereon, one to be left with the Queen's Page in Attendance in the Presence-chamber, and the other to be delivered to the Lord Chamberlain, who will announce the name to Her Majesty.
Those Gentlemen who are to be presented, are hereby informed, it is absolutely necessary that their names, with the name of the Nobleman or Gentleman who is to present them, should be sent in to the Lord Chamberlain's Office, on the Mondays previous to the Levees on 26th February instant and 26th March next, and on the Tuesday previous to the Levee on 6th March next, on each day before twelve o'clock, in order that they may be submitted for the Queen's approbation ; it being Her Majesty's command, that no presentation shall be made at the Levees but in conformity with the above regulations.
It is particularly requested, that in every case the names be very distinctly written upon the cards to be delivered to the Lord Chamberlain, in order that there may be no difficulty in announcing them to the Queen.
The state apartments will not be open for the reception of Company coming to Court until halfpast one o'clock.
Notice is hereby given, that all persons having Petitions or Addresses to present to Her Majesty tit the Levees, are to send a card (having on it their names, a statement of the object of such Petitions or Addresses, and the names of the persons from whom they come) to the Lord Chamberlain's Office, be/ore twelve o'clock, on the Mondays previous to the Levees on 26th February instant and 26th March next, and on the Tuesday previous to the Levee on 6th March next; and that two other cards, having on them precisely what is written upon that sent to the Lord Chamberlain's Office, are to be taken to the