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Commissions signed by the three Deputy Lieutenants of the County of Montgomery appointed by the Crown to act for the Lord Lieutenant during his absence from Great Britain. Montgomeryshire Rifle Volunteers. 1st Administrative Battalion.

John Price Drew, Esq., to be Major. Dated 5th January, 1863.

1st Montgomeryshire Rifle Volunteer Corps.

The Queen has been pleased to accept the resignation of the Commission held by Captain John Pryce Drew in the above Corps.

5th Montgomeryshire Rifle Volunteer Corps.

The Queen has been pleased to accept the resignation of the Commission held by Lieutenant Charles Thomas Woosnam in the above Corps.

Commissions signed by the Lord Warden of the Cinque Ports. 4th Cinque Ports Artillery Volunteer Corps,

William John Gant, Esq., to be Second Lieutenant. Dated 17th December, 1862.

Commission signed by the Lord Lieutenant of the County of Haddington.

1st Haddingtonshire Rifle Volunteer Corps. Charles James Shirreff, Esq., to be Captain, vice

George Gaukroger, resigned. Dated 19th December, 1862.

MEMORANDA.

Her Majesty has been graciously pleased to dispense with the services of First Lieutenant

James in the 4th Forfarshire Artillery Volunteer
Corps.
Royal North Gloucester Regiment of Militia.
Her Majesty has signified her pleasure that
Assistant-Surgeon John Leete Eland be, and he
is, removed from the strength of the said
Regiment.

The Lords Commissioners of Her Majesty's Treasury, having certified to the Commissioners for the Reduction of the National Debt, that there was no surplus of actual Revenue over the actual expenditure of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, for the year ended the 30th September, 1862:

The Commissioners for the Reduction of the National Debt, hereby give notice that no sum will be applied by them on account of the sinking fund, under the provisions of the Act 10 Geo. IV, cap. 27, between the sixth day of January and the thirty-first March, 1863.

A. P. Spearman, Comptroller-General.

National Debt Office, 10th January, 1863.

Local Government Act, 1858.

Notice is given in this Gazette by the Right Honourable Sir George Grey, Bart., one of Her Majesty's Principal Secretaries of State, that the Local Government Act, 1858, has been duly adopted within the township of Soyland, in the parish of Halifax, and West Riding of Yorkshire. —Dated the 10th day of January, 1863.

Notice is also given in this Gazette by the Right Honourable Sir George Grey, Bart., one of Her Majesty's Principal Secretaries of State, that the Local Government Act, 1858, has been duly adopted within such portion of the township of Warley, in the parish of Halifax, West Riding of Yorkshire, as lies beyond the district of the Sowerby Bridge Local Board of Health.

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* LowdoN GAZETTE of JANUARY 16, 1863.

Whitehall, January 15, 1863.

THE following Addresses of Congratulation to the Queen, on the attainment of his Majority by His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales, having been transmitted to the Right Honourable Sir George Grey, Baronet, Her Majesty's Principal Secretary of State for the Home Department, for Presentation, have accordingly been presented by him to Her Majesty, who has been pleased to receive the same very graciously:

To the QUEEN'S Most Excellent Majesty.

WE, the Mayor, Aldermen, and Burgesses of the borough of Salford, in the county palatine of Lancaster, moved by a spirit of loyal and devoted affection, humbly offer to your Majesty our sincere congratulations upon the attainment to full age of His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales.

We are, and, in common with all other your Majesty's subjects, must ever be deeply grateful that His Royal Highness has had the advantage of the parental guidance and bright example of your Majesty, and your late, ever to be revered, Royal Consort, and we humbly trust that the influence of the sound religious and virtuous education which His Royal Highness has received, will be fully developed in the life of His Royal Highness. We rejoice that your Majesty has been spared to witness this auspicious event, and fervently pray that in his future career His Royal Highness will be the means of alleviating the cares and anxieties and conducing to the comfort and happiness of your Majesty. Given under the Common Seal of the Mayor, Aldermen, and Burgesses of the borough of Salford aforesaid, in Council assembled, this 10th day of November, 1862, and attested by the signature of His Worship, the Mayor, and countersigned by the Town Clerk. Wm. Pearson, Mayor. Geo. Brett, Town Clerk.

Also the following on the same subject: from

The Mayor, Aldermen, and Burgesses of the borough of Tenby.

The Mayor, Aldermen, and Burgesses of the borough of Bolton.

At the Court at Osborne House, Isle of Wight, the 9th day of January, 1863.

The QUEEN'S Most Excellent Majesty in Council was pleased to approve the representation duly prepared (as set forth in this Gazette) by the Ecclesiastical Commissioners for England—

As to the assignment of a district chapelry to the consecrated church called Christ Church, situate at Whitley, in the parish of Saint Giles, Reading, in the county of Berks, and in the diocese of Oxford, to be named “The District Chapelry of Christ Church, Whitley.”

Foreign Office, January 10, 1863.

The Queen has been pleased to approve of Count Filippo Mancini as Consul at Newcastleupon-Tyne; of Mr. Carlo Cattaneo as Consul at Cardiff; and of Mr. Giacomo Sigg as Consul at Bombay, for His Majesty the King of Italy.

The Queen has also been pleased to approve of Mr. Hippolyte Lemière as Consul in the Mauritius, for the King of Madagascar.

India Office, January 13, 1863.

The Queen has been pleased to appoint Henry Newton, Esq., of the Bombay Civil Service, to be a Judge of the High Court at Bombay.

By virtue of an Act, passed in the twentyfourth year of the reign of His Majesty King George the Third, intituled “An Act to “repeal so much of two Acts made in the “tenth and fifteenth years of the reign of His “present Majesty, as authorizes the Speaker' “of the House of Commons to issue his warrant “to the Clerk of the Crown for making out writs “for the election of Members to serve in Par“hament, in the manner therein mentioned, and “for substituting other provisions for the like “purposes:”

I do hereby give notice, that it hath been certified to me in writing, under the hands of two Members serving in this present Parliament, that the Honourable William John Monson, late a Member serving in this present Parliament for the borough of Reigate, is become a Peer of the United Kingdom, and that a writ of summons hath been issued to him, under the Great Seal of the United Kingdom, to summon him to Parliament; and

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