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Esq., dated His Majesty's ship Maidstone, Cape Coast,
July 22, 1824, respecting the operations against the
Ashantees, 212; errata in the list of Officers and Mid-
shipmen employed in the boats of His Majesty's ship
Naiad, 233; notice from, announcing the receipt of a
letter from Commodore Grant, reporting the occupa-
tion of Rangoon, by the land forces, under the com-
mand of Brigadier-General Sir A. Campbell, dated on
board His Majesty's ship Liffey, off Rangoon, May 20,
1824, 297.
Alexander, Right Honourable Sir W., sworn of the Privy
Council, 3.
-, W., Esq., knighted, 15. -
Algiers, notice respecting the blockade of, 58; notice that
the blockade had been discontinued at, 180.
Antrobus, G. G., Esq., appointed Secretary to His Majesty's
Legation at the Court of the Two Sicilies, 200.
Arbuthnot, Captain A. Y. D., appointed one of the Gentle-
men of the Privy Chamber, 222.

B.

Pagot, Right Honourable Sir C., appointed Ambassador
Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to the King of the
Netherlands, 223.
Parnard, C. T., Esq., appointed Secretary to His Majesty's
Legation it the Court of Saxony, 1 14, 200.
Bath, Knight Grand Cross of, Lieutenant-General Sir J.
Oswald appointed, 29; investiture, 102.
Belford, Lieutenant-Colonel W., appointed Fort-Major of
Dartmouth Castle, 189,
Best, Right Honourable Sir W. D., sworn of the Privy
Council, 85.
Bethell, Reverend C., appointed Bishop of the See of Glou-
cester, 37. -
Plackwood, the Honourable Sir H., appointed a Groom of
the Bedchamber to the Duke of Clarence, 29.
Plomfield, Reverend C. J., appointed Bishop of the See of
Chester, 98.
Bosanquet, G., Esq., appointed Secretary to His Majesty's
Legation at Madrid, 222.
Bossinney, borough of, notice respecting the right of voting
in, 76.
Brighton, Court at, the Right Honourable Sir R. Gifford and
the Right Honourable Sir W. Alexander, sworn of the
Privy Council, 8; Sheriffs appointed, 6 Order in Council
commanding all apothecaries to compound medicines, ac-
cording

cording to the rules prescribed in the Pharmacopoeia
Collegii Regalis Medicorum Londinensis, 19.
Brighton, Palace at, Sheriff for the county palatine of Lan-
caster appointed, 9.
, W. Alexander, Esq. Knighted, 15.
Ærodie, W., Esq., appointed Lieutenant and Sheriff-Principal
of the shire of Nairn, 18.
Browne, Sir J., permission granted to, to wear the supernu-
merary cross of the Royal Order of Charles the Third of
Spain, 188.
Buonett, W., M.D., appointed Physician in Ordinary to the
Duke of Clarence, 2.
Bushy-House, W. Buonett, M.D., appointed Physician in
Ordinary to the Duke of Clarence, 2.

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Carlton-House, Order in Council, for suspending the train-
ing of the militia, 84; for continuing the prohibition of
the exportation of gun-powder, &c. 35 ; Sheriffs appointed,
36; amendment on the roll of Sheriffs, 37; Sir J. Owen,
Bart., takes the oaths as Lieutenant of the County of Pem-
broke, ibid.; Order in Council for exempting Danish ves-
sels, under sixty tens burthen, from pilotage, 89 ; for
exempting Hamburgh vessels, under sixty tons burthen,
from pilotage, 40; for levying a duty on all French ves-
sels entering the ports of the United Kingdom, 42 ; re-
lating to the trade in cattle between Madagascar and the
Mauritius by French vessels, 44; R. B. P. Philipps, Esq.,
takes the oaths as Lieutenant of the town and county of
the town of Haverfordwest, 56; Baron Fagel, Ambassador
Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary from the King of the
Netherlands, has private audience of His Majesty, ibid.;
Captain G. A. Westphall knighted, 57; P. Laurie, Esq.,
knighted, ibid.; J. Williams, Esq., knighted, ibid.; Right
Honourable Sir W. N. Hill sworn of the Privy Council, 60 ;
C. Wetherell, Esq., knighted, 67; Right Honourable Sir
W. D. West sworn of the Privy Council, 84; Order in
Council exempting Lubeck vessels, under sixty tons burthen,
from pilotage, ibid.: Lieutenant-Colonel J. H. Reynett
knighted, 91; ceremonial of the investiture of Sir J. Os-
wald with the ensign of a Knight Grand Cross of the
Order of the Bath, 102; J. Littledale, Esq., knighted, 108;
Order in Council respecting the duties to be paid by Prus-
sian vessels entering or departing from the ports of the
United Kingdom, 105; respeeting the duties to be paid by
1824. R. r Swedish

Swedish vessels entering or departing from the ports of the
United Kingdom, 108; respecting the duties to be paid by
Hanoverian vessels entering or departing from the ports of
the United Kingdom, 110; M. de Falck has private audience
of His Majesty, 13; Count de Villa Real has private
audience of His Majesty, ibid.; His Majesty goes in state
to prorogue Parliament, 147; Order in Council respecting
the duties to be paid by Norwegian vessels entering or de-
parting from the ports of the United Kingdom, 150; Baron
Werther has private audience of His Majesty, 158; Order
in Council suspending the eurolement for the local militia,
154; respecting the duties to be paid by Danish vessels
entering or departing from the ports of the United King-
dom, 156; respecting the duties to be paid by Hamburgh
vessels entering or departing from the ports of the United
Kingdom, 159; appointing places to which felons may be
transported, 175 ; proroguing Parliament, 176; respecting
the duties to be paid by Bremen vessels entering or depart-
ing from the ports of the United Kingdom, 181; respect-
ing the duties to be paid by Lubeck vessels entering or
departing fuom the ports of the United Kingdom, 183;
for continuing the prohibition of the exportation of gun-
powder, &c. 195; Prince Paul Esterhazy has private au-
dience of His Majesty, 232; Prince Jules de Polignac has
private audience of His Majesty, ibid.; Right Honourable
G. Howard, commonly called Viscount Morpeth, takes the
oaths as Lord Lieutenant of the east riding of the county
of York, 238; Dr. A. West knighted, 286.
Carr, Revel end R. J., appointed Bishop of Chichester, 73.
Carruthers, Reverend D., presented to the church and parish
of Kirkden, 49.
Cathcart, Honourable F., appointed Minister Plenipoten-
tiary to the Diet at Frankfort, 2.
Chad, G. W. Esq., appointed Minister Plenipotentiary to the
King of Saxony, 200.
Chamberlain's, Lord, Office, Lieutenant-Colonel C. Dash-
wood app. inted Groom of the Privy Chamber in Oidi-
nary, 2; Olders to the Court’s goi' g into in ourning for
the late King of Sardinia Victor Emanuel, 24 : notice of a
Levee, 30, 48; of a Drawing-Room, ibid.; notice of the
postponement of the Drawing-ltoon, 68; of a Drawing-
Room, 69; ditto, 7 l ; regulations to be onset ved at the
Drawing-R on a the (; , rt of Saint James's, ibid.;
T. B. Western, Esq., a, poloted one of the G. n temen of
His Majes y's Privy Chamber in Ordinary, 72 ; notice of
a Drawing-Room, 74; of a Levee, 91 ; Oru, is for the
Coult's going into mourning for the late Grand Duke of
Tuscany, 174 ; Orders for the Court's going into nuourning
- ..for

for the late King of France, 198; Captain A. Y. D. Ar-
buthnot appointed one of the Gentlemen of the Privy
Chamber, 222; Reverend M. Irving appointed Chaplain
in Ordinary to His Majesty, 802.
Chancery, Court ot, Commissioners appointed to inquire into
the Practice of, 66.
Chester, Rever, nd W., presented to the rectory of Walpole
Saint Peter, in the county of Norfolk and diocese of Nor-
wict, 70.
Chinnery, G. R. Esq., appointed Commissioner for the set-
tlement of the claims of British and Spanish subjects, in
Spain, 15.
Circuits, appointed, 25, 165, 285.
, of the Commissioners for the Relief of Insolvent
Debtors, 190.
Clancarty, stichard Earl of, permission granted to, to use in
this country the title of Marquis of Heusden, and also
bear, in addition to the arms of his family, certain honour-
able augmentations granted to him by the King of the
Netherlands, 187.
Clark, J. Esq., appointed Consul for the provinces of Biscay
and Guipuscoa, at Bilbao, 104.
Clarke, Lieutenant W. C., appointed Town-Adjutant of
Malta, 75.
Cock, J. F. Esq., appointed Vice-Warden of the Stanneries
of the county of Devon, 99.
Cocks, Reverend J. S., granted the dignity of a Prebendary
of the Cathedral Church of Herefore, 1-13.
Coleridge, Reverend W. H., nominated to the Bishopric of
Barbadoes and the Leeward Islands, 162.
Colman, G. Esq., appointed Examiner of all Plays, &c. 29.
Colonial-Office, Dowing-street, Major-General Sir B. D'Urban
appointed Lieutenant-Governor of Demerara and Essequibo,
1 ; Major-General Sir H. Lowe appointed Governor and
Commander in Chief of Antigua, ibid.; Lieutenant-Gene-
ral Sir F. Adam appointed Lord High Commissioner in and
to the United States of the Ionian Islands, 31 ; Marquess
of Hastings appointed Governor and Commander in Chief
of Malta, 48 ; Major-General W. Nicolay appointed Gover-
nor and Commander in Chief of the island of Dominica, 70 ;
Lieutenant-Colonel J. Ready appointed Lieutenant-Gover-
nor of Prince Edward's lsland, 83; Lieutenant-Colonel
Sir T. Reade appointed Agent and ( onsul-General at Tunis,
92 ; letter from Major Chisholm, dated Cape Coast Castle,
February 23, 1824, giving an account of the operations
against the Ashantees, and of the capture and death of Sir
C. M*Carthy, 115 ; letter from the same, dated March 16,
sontaining further details on same subject, 117; report from
R r 2 Captain.
Captain Ricketts, dated February 26, 1824, on same sub-
ject, 124; Major-General C. Turner appointed Captain-
General and Governor in Chief of Sierra Leone, 153;
Reverend C. Lipscomb nominated to the Bishopric of
Jamaica, 162; Reverend W. H. Coleridge nominated to
the Bishopric of Barbadoes and the Leeward Islands, ibid.;
extract of a dispatch from Lieutenant-Colonel Sutherland
to the Earl Bathurst, dated Cape Coast Castle, May 28,
1824, containing further details of operations against the
Ashantees, 169 ; extract of a letter from the same, on same
subject, dated Cape Coast Castle, May 31, 1824, 173; ex-
tract of a dispatch from the same, dated Cape Coast Castle,
June 80, 1824, containing further accounts of operations,
201 ; extract of a dispatch from the same, dated Cape Coast
Castle, July 17, 1824, 205.
Cornwall, notice from the Speaker of the House of Com-
pmons for a new writ for the county of, 800.
Council Privy, Members sworn of, Right Honourable Sir
R. Gifford, 3; Right Honourable Sir W. Alexander, ibid.;
Right Honourable Sir W. N. Hill, 60 ; Right Honourable
Sir W. D. Best, 85.
, Orders in, commanding all apothecaries to com-
pound medicines according to the rules prescribed in the
Pharmacopoeia Collegii Regalis Medicorum Londinensis,
19 ; suspending the training of the Militia, 84; conti-
nuing the prohibition of the exportation of gun-powder,
&c., 35 ; exempting Danish vessels, under sixty tons bur-
then, from pilotage, 39; exempting Hamburgh vessels,
under sixty tons burthen, from pilotage, 40; levying a duty
on all French vessels entering the ports of the United
Kingdom, 42; relating to the trade in cattle between
Madagascar and the Mauritius, 44; exempting Lubeck
vessels, under sixty tons burthen, from pilotage, 85 ; re-
specting the duties to be paid by Prussian vessels entering
the ports of the United Kingdom, 105; respecting the
duties to be paid by Swedish vessels entering or departing
from the ports of the United Kingdom, 108; respecting
the duties to be paid by Hanozerian vessels entering or
departing from the ports of the United Kingdom, 1.10; re-
specting the duties to be paid by Norwegian vessels enter-
ing or departing from the ports of the United Kingdom,
150; suspending the emiolement for the local militia, 154 ;
respecting the duties to be paid by Danish vessels entering or
departing from the ports of the United Kingdom, 156; re-
specting the duties to be paid by Hamburgh vessels entering
or departing from the ports of the United Kingdom, 159; ap-
pointing places to which felons may be transported, 175;
Proroguing Parliament, 176; respecting the duties to be paid
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