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From THE

LONDON GAZETTE of APRIL 26,
1839.

Board of Green Cloth, St. James's-Palace,
April 26, 1839.

NOTICE is hereby given, that all carriages coming to Her Majesty's Drawing-Room at St. James'sPalace, on Thursday the 2d of May, are to fall into the line at the top of St. James's-street, come down the left hand side of the street, round the corner of Pall-mall, and enter at the iron gate nearest to the Palace, set down at the Arcade, return by the iron gate nearest to Marlboroughhouse, and pass through Pall-mall into St. James'ssquare, by George-street. In taking up, they are to pass from St. James's-square, by Charles-street, into Regent-street, Jermyn-street, and to come down St. James's-street in like manner, pass through the same gates, and go away through Pall-mall.

No hackney coaches will be permitted to come within the iron gates, they must set down at the outside thereof, and go away through Pall-mall.

The gate at the top of Constitution-hill will be open only for the carriages of persons having the privilege of the entrée, which are to proceed down the Park, and enter the Palace at Stable-yard-gate, turn into the Ambassadors’-court, set down at the Arcade, and go out into Cleveland-row. The carriages of the Cabinet Ministers and Great Officers of State may afterwards wait in the King's-court,

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those of the Ambassadors and Foreign Ministers in the Ambassadors'-court, and those of all other persons having the entrée may wait in Stable-yard or St. James's-park till called for; they are then to take up in the same order as they had set down, pass away into Cleveland-row, and up the left hand side of St. James's-street. No carriage will be admitted with company a second time with the same ticket, to prevent which, it must be produced at Constitution-hill-gate, and at Stable-yard-gate also, where a corner of it will be torn off by the Marshalmen in attendance; and no person can be allowed the privilege of the entrée by any other approach to the Palace than the gates above mentioned. Tickets for carriages belonging to persons having the entrée will be delivered at the Board of Green Cloth, St. James's-Palace, on Tuesday next, between the hours of eleven and three o'clock.

ARGYLL, Lord Steward.

St. James's-Palace, April 24, 1839.

This day had audience of Her Majesty, the Count de Pollon, Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary from the King of Sardinia and from the Duke of Lucca, to deliver letters from His Royal Highness the Duke of Lucca:

To which he was introduced by Lord Viscount Palmerston, Her Majesty's Principal Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, and conducted by Sir Robert Chester, Knt. Master of the Ceremonies.

Whitehall, April 23, 1839.

The Queen has been pleased to grant the place of one of the Lords of Session in Scotland to John Archibald Murray, Esq. in the room of George Cranstoun, Esq. resigned.

Office of the Poor Law Commissioners,
Somerset-House, April 24, 1839.

In pursuance of an Act, passed in the session

of Parliament held in the fourth and fifth years of

the reign of His late Majesty King William the Fourth, cap. 76, intituled “An Act for the amendment and better administration of the laws relating to the poor in England and Wales,” this is to give notice, that the Poor Law Commissioners have appointed Henry Walter Parker, of Highgate, in the county of Middlesex, and of Gray's-inn, Esq. Barrister at Law, lately one of their Assistant-Secretaries; Caesar George Otway, Esq.; and Joseph Burke, Esq. Barrister at Law; to be Assistant Commissioners of Poor Laws; and that the said Henry Walter Parker, Caesar George Otway, and Joseph Burke, on the 23d day of April. instant, took the oath required by the said Act, before the Honourable Mr. Justice Williams, one of the Judges of Her Majesty's Court of Queen's Bench, at his chambers, in Sergeants'-inn, Rolls-gardens, Chancery-lane.

Signed by order of the Board,
Edwin Chadwick, Secretary.

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FROM THE

LONDON GAZETTE of APRIL 30,
1839.

St. James's- Palace, April 24, 1839.

AN Address of condolence from the Colonists of Mauritius, on the demise of His late Majesty, the Queen's Royal Uncle, was this day presented to Her Majesty at the Levee, which Her Majesty was pleased to receive very graciously.

St. James's-Palace, April 24, 1839.

The Queen has been pleased, on the nomination of Lord Foley, to appoint Francis Lysons Price, Esq. one of Her Majesty's Honourable Corps of Gentlemen at Arms, vice Robe, retired.

St. James's-Palace, April 24, 1839.

The Queen was this day pleased to confer the honour of Knighthood upon John Archibald Murray, of Edinburgh, Esq. one of the Judges of the Supreme Court of Scotland.

Whitehall, April 27, 1839.

The Queen has been pleased to constitute and appoint the Right Honourable Robert Montgomery Lord Belhaven to be Her Majesty's High Commissioner to the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland.

Poor Law Commission-Office, Dublin,
April 27, 1839.

In pursuance of an Act, passed in the session of Parliament held in the first and second years of the reign of Her Majesty Queen Victoria, intituled “An Act for the more effectual relief of the destitute poor in Ireland,” this is to notify, that the Poor Law Commissioners have directed their AssistantCommissioners, Caesar George Otway, Esq. and Joseph Burke, Esq. Barrister at Law, to carry the provisions of the said Act into execution.

Signed by order of the Board,
W. Stanley, Assistant-Secretary.

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