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graciously pleased to enforce the observance thereof in such manner as to Her Majesty shall seem meet: Her Majesty this day took the said memorial into Her royal consideration, and being desirous to provide in all cases for the common good of Her people, and being persuaded that the establishing the general use of the said book may tend to the prevention of such deceits in making and compounding medicines, wherein the lives and health of Her Majesty's subjects are so highly concerned, hath therefore thought fit, by and with the advice of Her Privy Council, hereby to notify to all apothecaries and others concerned, to the intent they may not pretend ignorance thereof, that the said book, called Pharmacopoeia Collegii Regalis Medicorum Londinensis, is perfected and ready to be published; and Her Majesty doth therefore strictly require, charge, and command all and singular apothecaries and others, whose business it is to compound medicines or distil oils or waters, or make other extracts, within any part of Her Majesty's kingdom of Great Britain, called England, dominion of Wales, or town of Berwick-upon-Tweed, that they and every of them, immediately after the said Pharmacopoeia Collegii Regalis Medicorum Londinensis shall be printed and published, do not compound or make any medicine or medicinal receipt or prescription, or distil any oil or waters, or make other extracts that are or shall be in the said Pharmacopoeia Collegii Regalis Medicorum Londinensis mentioned or named, in any other manner or form than is or shall be directed, prescribed, and set down by the said book, and according to the weights and measures that are or shall be therein limited, except it shall be by the special direction or prescription of some learned physician in that behalf; and Her Majesty doth hereby declare that the offenders to the contrary shall not only incur Her Majesty's just displeasure, but be proceeded against for such their contempt and offences according to the utmost severity of law.
Wm. L. Bat hurst.
This Gazette also contains two Orders in Council, dated the 3rd day of February 1851, approving the schemes prepared by the Ecclesiastical Commissioners for England—
For constituting four separate districts for spiritual purposes out of the parishes of Leeds and Hunslet, in the county of York, and in the diocese of Iiipon, to be respectively named "The District of Burmantofts," "The District of Pottery Field," "The District of New Wortley," and "The District of Brewery Field," describing the boundaries of each of the said districts, and assigning in perpetuity the patronage and right of nomination of the minister or perpetual curate of the said district or new parish of Burmantofts to the trustees of a certain fund bequeathed by Mrs. Jane Mathewman, of Harrogate, in the county of York, sWidow, lately deceased, to be applied towards promoting in the borough of Leeds Divine worship, according to the Liturgy and usages of the United Church of England and Ireland.
For augmenting the income of the Archdeaconry of Worcester, and for abolishing peculiar and exempt jurisdictions in the diocese of Worcester.
Also three Orders in Council, dated the 7th day of December 1850, directing, in conformity to the report of the General Board of Health, that the Public Health Act, 1848, except the section numbered 50 in the copies printed by Her Majesty's printers, shall be applied to and be in force throughout the following places:
The township of Altrincham, in the parish of Bowdon, in the county of Chester;
The township of Broughton, in the county of Lancaster;
The township of Rushholme, in the county palatine of Lancaster;
That each of such places shall be and constitute a district for the purposes of the Public Health Act; that Local Boards of Health shall be elected therein; and containing such further directions and regulations for the election of such Local Boards as are applicable to each of the said districts.
Foreign-Office, February 15, 1851.
The Queen has been pleased to approve of Mr. Meinhard Robinow as Consul at Glasgow fiir the Free Hanseatic City of Lubeck.
Downing-Street, February 18, 1851.
The Queen has been pleased to appoint Lemuel Allan Wilmot, Esq. to be a Puisne Judge of the Supreme Court of the Province of NewBrunswick, and John Ambrose Street, Esq. -lis he Her Majesty's Attorney-General for Province. <ith their Crown- Office.
MEMBERS returned to serve in this present PARLIAMENT.
February 15th 1851.
Borough of Pontefract.
The Honourable Beilby Richard Lawley, of Escrick-park, in the county of York, in the room of Sir Samuel Martin, Knt. who has accepted the office of one of the Barons of Her Majesty's Court of Exchequer.
Buryhs of Linlithgow, Lanark, Falkirk, Airdrie, and Hamilton.
James Baird, Esq. in the room of the Right Honourable Henry Pelham Pelham Clinton, commonly called Earl of Lincoln, now Duke of Newcastle, summoned to the Upper House of Parliament.
County of Nottingham,
William Hodgson Barrow, Esq. in the room of Robert Bromley, Esq. deceased.
Commission signed by the Lord Lieutenant of the West Riding of the County of York, and of the City and County of the City of York.
Yorkshire Hussar Regiment of West Riding
Edmund Blayds to be Lieutenant, vice Samuel James Brown, resigned. Dated 8th February
Commissions signed by the Lord Lieutenant of the County of Nottingham.
Southern Regiment of Notts Yeomanry Cavalry.
Sydney William Herbert Pierrepont, Esq. commonly called Viscount Newark, to be Captain, vice Robert Bromley, Esq. deceased.
James Thomas Wightman, Gent, (now Lieutenant in the 11th Hussars), to be Adjutant, with the rank of Captain.
Granville Edward Harcourt Vernon, Esq. to be
Captain, vice Lord William Pelham Clinton,
deceased. Charles Thorold, Gent, to be Second Lieutenant,
vice Jonathan Alderson, Gent, deceased. George Gordon, Gent, to be Cornet, vice Charles
Thorold, Gent, deceased.
Office of Her Majesty's Paymaster-General,
The Exchequer Bills, dated in the month of June 1849, (per Act 12 Victoria, cap. 20, £17,786,700,
anno 1849,) with the interest due thereon, will be paid off on the 13th March 1851, when the interest will cease.
Such bills will be received at this office daily, from half past ten till three o'clock, until the 6th day of March 1851, inclusive.
Printed forms, containing instructions for the preparation of the lists, and the arrangement of the bills, may be obtained on application at this Office.
The bearers must endorse each bill with their