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N.B.In the return from Bristol are two convicts sentenced to death, which sentence was commuted to transportation for fourteen years.

From Chester is one convict, against whom sentence of death was recorded.
From Dover is one convict sentenced to death.

From King's Lynn is one convict, against whom sentence of death was recorded ; which sentence was commuted to transportation for life.

From Oxford is one convict, against whom sentence of death was recorded,

SUBSTANCE of Returns by the several Clerks of Assize, Clerks of the Crown, and Clerks of the Sessions of

Oyer and Terminer and Gaol Delivery, of the Number of Persons committed for Trial, indicted, convicted, acquitted, discharged by Reason of no Bill being found against them, and discharged by Reason of no Prosecu. tion ; with the Sentences of such as were convicted, and the Number of those capitally convicted who have been executed : 1824.

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COURTS OF JUSTICE PATRONAGE. A RETURN of all Places and Offices in the Gift or at the Disposal of the Lord High Chancellor

of England; with the Names of the Persons by whom they are now filled.

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Cursitors.

Manner of appointment and tenure.

Hon. William Henry John For London and Middlesex.

The cursitors now execute the Scott ..........

duties of their offices, either in Burton Lane ..................

Kent and Devon.

person, or by other cursitors act. Philip Pensam ...............

ing for them. Frederick Newman Appleyard · Lincoln and Somerset. | The appointment of cursitors Charles Knight Murray, Essex and Berks.

is of such persons as have been Thomas Oneby Walker ....... Lincoln and Somerset. admitted as clerks for five years. |(Vacant)....

Dorsetand Northumberland. and not till at least twelve terms

of that time shall have elapsed.

Lists.
6. Robert Talbot,

Francis Vesey,
John Samuel Martin Fonblanque,
George James Pennington, esqrs.
Spencer Richard James Lewin, gent.

7. John Beauclerk,

Jefferies Spranger, esqrs.
Hon. Charles Ewan Law.
John Dyneley,
William Bond, esqrs.

By the laws in force relating to bankrupts, the lord chancellor is authorised to issue com. missions under the great seal, and to name, assign, and appoint commissioners. The practice under this authority has been, the nomination by the lord chancellor of a number of persons (now seventy), with directions for the insertion by rotation of five of the persons so nominated, in each commission to be executed in London. Four lists of five each were nominated in 1796, with directions for one of the four to be inserted in each of such commissions, as should be executed at or within twenty miles of Birmingham; but the vacancies which have occurred in such lists have not since been filled up. All other commissions, to be executed more than forty miles from London, are directed to persons nominated by or on the behalf of each petitioning creditor ; each commissioner deriving authority from the particular commission issued to him, and no further. The commissioners for each list for London commissions are now as under stated :

8. William Welfitt,

John Pensam,
Nathaniel Clayton,
William John Law, esqrs.

Hon. Robert Henley Eden.
9. James Trebeck,

John Samuel Hudson,
Edward Goulburn, esqrs.
James Seton,
Edward Grose Smith, gents.

10. Thomas Evance,

Bryan Blundell Hollinshead,
Thomas Farrer,
John Newland,
Clement Tudway Swanston, esqrs.

Lists.
1. William Gould, esq.

Hon. James Abercromby.
John Turner, esq.
Sir George Hampson, bart.

John Beames, esq. 2. John Mitford,

Francis Charles Parry,
Thomas Christopher Glyn,
Horace Twiss, esqrs.
Thomas Metcalfe, gent.

11. Peter Johnston,

Henry Hall,
Basil Montague,
Thomas Meggison,
Nathaniel Ellison, esqrs.

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Registerofproceedings under

"} Henry Edward Church. commissions of bankrupts. } |

By a general direction given by

the lord chancellor, the names of Five commissioners of lunatics Thomas Evance,

these gentlemen are of course to William Welfitt,

be inserted as the commissioners

in commissions of idiotcy and luWilliam Phillimore,

nacy, unless, from particular cir. Thomas Carr,

cumstances, special orders are

made for directing commissions Francis Whitmarsh, esqrs. to other persons; the commis

sioners deriving their authority from each particular commission, and no further.

By nomination under the hand

and seal of the lord chancellor, Clerk of the letters patent..... Hon. William Henry John Scott. and confirmation thereof by his

majesty, by letters patent, reciting that instrument of nomi.

nation. Examiners of letters patent ... Thomas Lloyd.

Secretaries and other officers personal attendants upon the lord chancellor.

Offices.

Officers.

Purse-bearer. .................... Thomas Hand, esq.
Principal secretary............... Thomas Farrer, esq.

| By parol. During pleasure.

í By the lord chancellor, with Receiver of fines in the cur- l Hon. William Henry John Scott. the consent and approbation sitors' office. .................)

of the master of the rolls. Secretary of decrees, injunc- } William Villiers Surtees, esq.

tions, and appeals ......... ) Secretary of commissions of )

peace, and of commissions John Pensam, esq.

of bankrupts ................ Secretary of commissions of

of

Thom
Thomas Carr, esq.

1} By parol. During pleasure.
lunacy ........................ S
Secretary of presentations....... John Dyneley, esq.
Secretary of briefs ................ Edward Probyn Nares, esq.
Gentleman of the chamber ... Thomas Hand, esq.
Usher of the hall ............... J. Ridley.
Four persons for keeping ) James Baker.
Hugh Newman.

By parol. During pleasure ;

by virtue of the stat. 50 Geo. order in the court ......... | William Kerbyshire.

J III., c. 164.

The other officers of the court are appointed by his majesty by letters patent, or by the master of the rolls. The vice chancellor as to his personal officers; or by the heads of the several departments, as to officers and clerks acting in their several departments, and not by the lord chancellor.

Certified by order of the Lord Chancellor, J. PENSAM.

A RETURN of all Places and Offices, in the Gift or at the disposal of the Master of the Rolls; and the Names of the Persons by whom those Places and Offices are now filled.

Appointments for Life.
Places or offices.

By whom filled.

Thomas Hall Plumer, and
Two examiners ............

John Nursey Dancer, esq.
William Luther Sewell,
John Kipling,

Walden Henry Hanmer,
Six clerks ........

Frances Vesey,
Edward Vernon Utterson, and
| William Turton, esqrs.

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