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John Hutton, of Marske, Esq.
Paul Beilby Thompson, of
The Honourable Marmaduke
The names of the several persons nominated by the Chief Justices of the respective Circuits in Wales, as proper persons to serve the Office of Sheriff for the ensuing year, for the respective counties following:
Thomas Meyrick, of Cefncock,
Thomas Williams, of Gell, Esq.
Robert Bulkeley, of Gronant,
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Hugh Davies Griffith, of Caerhān, Esq.
Kyffin John William Lenthall, of Macnan, Esq.
Richard Watkin Price, of Bro-
JEdward Scott, of Bottalog,
Josiah Robins, of Llasynys,
Thomas Fitzhugh, of Plaspower Esq. William Tomlinson, of Ger- wynvawr, Esq. Flintshire, George Watkin Kenrick, of Mertyn, Esq. Edward Dymock, of Penley, Esq. John Lloyd Wynne, of Plasnewydd, Esq.
LoNDON GAZETTE of NovEMBER 20, - 1824, . . . . . . . )
Carlton-House, November 20, 1824.
THIS day His Highness the Prince Paul Esterhazy, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary from His Imperial Majesty the Emperor of Austria, and from His Serene Highness the Grand Duke of Tuscany, had a private audience of His Majesty; and His Excellency the Prince Jules de Polignac, Ambassador from His Most Christian Majesty Charles the Tenth, King of France, had a private audience of His Majesty to deliver his letters of credence; to which they were respectively introduced by the Right Honourable George Canning, His Majesty's Principal Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, and conducted by Sir Robert Chester, Knight, Master of the Ceres in onles, -
LONDON GAZETTE of NOVEMBER 23, 1824,
At the Court at Carlton-House, the 20th of November 1824,
PRESENT, The KING's Most Excellent Majesty in Council.
HIS Majesty having been pleased to appoint the Right Honourable George Howard, commonly called Viscount Morpeth, to be Lord Lieutenant of the east riding of the county of York; his Lordship this day took the oaths appointed to be taken thereupon, instead of the Oaths of Allegiance and Supremacy.
1824. TH h