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by Bremen vessels entering or departing from the ports of
the United Kingdom, 181; respecting the duties to be paid
by Lubeck vessels entering or departing from the ports of
the United Kingdom, 183; continuing the prohibition of
the exportation of gun-powder, &c., 195; proroguing
Parliament, 217; respecting the duties to be paid by Olden-
burgh vessels entering or departing from the united King-
dom, ibid.; exempting Bremen vessels, under sixty tons
burthen, from pilotage, 220.
Crosbie, W. J. Esq., appointed Secretary to the Legation at
Florence, 3.
Crown-Office, Members returned to serve in this present
Parliament, 4, 18, 21, 23, 30, 34, 33, 38, 47, 52, 59, 69,.
74, 77, 92, 140, 155, 163, 164.
, Circuits appointed, 25, 165,286,

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Dashwood. Lieutenant-Colonel C., appointed Groom of the
Privy Chamber in Ordinary, 2.
Davidson, Major W., honour of Knighthood conferred on, 190.
Dodson, Reverend N., presented to the vicarage of St. Helen,
in Abingdon, and the chapels of Radley and Drayton, 55.
Douglas, A. S., Esq., appointed Secretary to His Majesty's
Embassy at the Court of the Netherlands, 200.
Drawing-Room, notice of, 48 ; postponement of, 68; notice
of, 69 ; postponement of, 71 ; notice of, 74. -
D'Urban, Major-General Sir B., appointed Lieutenant-Go-
vernor of Demerara and Essequibo, 1.

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Erskine, Right Honourable Lord, appointed Emvoy Extraor-
dinary and Minister Plenipotentiary to the King of Wur-
temberg, 195.

Esterhazy, Prince Paul, Ambassador Extraordinary and
Minister Plenipotentiary from the Emperor of Austria, and
from the Grand Duke of Tuscany, has audience of His.

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Fagel, Baron, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary
from the King of the Netherlands, has private audience of
His Majesty, 56.
Falck, Monsieur de, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipo-
tentiary from the King of the Netherlands, has private
audience of His Majesty, 1 18.
Fane, Revereud E., granted the dignity of a Prebendary of
the cathedral church of Salisbury, 1 18.
Forbes, Honourable F. R., appointed Secretary to His Ma-
jesty's Embassy at the Court at Lisbon, 194.
Foreign-Office, Honourable F. Cathcart appointed Minister.
Plenipotentiary to the Diet at Frankfort, 2 ; W. J. Crosbie,
Esq., appointed Secretary to the Legation at Florence, 8;
R. Pakenham, Esq., appointed Secretary to the Legation at
Swisserland, ibid.; G. R. Chinnery, Esq., appointed Com-
missioner for the settlement of the claims of lyritish and
Spanish subjects, in Spain, 15 ;. W. Mark, Esq., appointed
Consul for the province of Granada, at Malaga, 16; J.
Wallace, Esq., appointed Consul for the state of Georgia,
at Savannah, ibid.; 1). M. Hamilton, Esq., appointed Com-
missioner of Arbitration to the Mixed Commissions at
Sierra Leone, for the prevention of the slave trade, ibid.;
J. Woods, Esq., appointed Registrar to the same Communis-
sions, ibid.; H. Newman, Esq., appointed Consul for the
States of North and South Carolina at Charleston, 39; W.
Turner, Esq., appointed Secretary to the Embassy at the
Sublime Ottoman Porte, 54; notice from, respecting the
blockade of Algiers, 58; J. H. Purves, Esq., appointed
Consul for the states of East and West Florida, 67 : E. M.
Ward, Esq., appointed Secretary to His Majesty's Extraor-
dinary Embassy at the Court of the Emperor of All the Rus-
sias, 82; J. Clark, Esq., appointed Consul for the provinces
of Biscay and Guipuscoa, at Bilbao, 104; A. M. C. Hill,
Esq., appointed Secre aly to His Majesty's Legation at the
Court of Tuscany, 1 14; C. T. Baruard, Esq., appointed
Secretary to His Majetsy's Legation at the Count of
Saxony, ibid.; notice of the discontinuance of the blockade
of Algiers, 180 ; Right Honourable Sir W.a’Court, bait.,
appointed Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary
to His Most Faiti ful Majesty, 194; Honourable F. R.
Forbes appointed Secretary to His Majesty's Embassy at
the Court at Lisbon, ibid.; Right Honourable W. Noel
Hill appointed Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Pleni-
potentiary to the King of Naples, ibid.; Right Honour-
". able
able A. J. Foster appointed Envoy Extraordinary and
Minister Plenipotentiary to the King of Sardinia, ibid.;
H. W. W. Wynn, Esq., appointed Envoy Extraordinary
and Minister Plenipotentiary to the King of Denmark, 195;
“Right Honourable Lord Erskine appointed Envoy Extra-
ordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary to the King of Wur-
-temberg, ibid.; notice of a dispatch from Sir C. Stuart re-
porting the death of the King of France, 197; G. W.
Chad, Esq., appointed Minister Plenipotentiary to the
King of Saxony, 200; C. T. Barnard, Esq., appointed Se-
cretary to His Majesty's Legation at the Court of Saxony,
ibid.; A. S. Douglas, Esq., appointed Secretary to His Ma-
jesty's Embassy at the Court of the Netherlands, ibid.;
G. C. Antrobus, Esq., appointed Secretary to His Majesty's
Legation at the Court of the Two Sicilies, ibid.; Mr. D.
Walker approved of as Consul at Glasgow for the United
‘States of America, 215; G. Basanquet, Esq., appointed
Secretary to His Majesty's Legation at Madrid, 222; H.
S. Fox, Esq., appointed Secretary to His Majesty's Lega-
tion at Turin, ibid.; Viscount Granville appointed Am-
bassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to the King of
France, 223; Right Honourable Sir C. Bagot appointed
Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to the King
of the Netherland., ibid. -
Foster, Right Honourable A. J., appointed Envoy Extraor-
dinary and Minister. Plenipotentiary to the King of Sar-
dinia, 194.
For, H. S., Esq. appointed Secretary to His Majesty's Lega-
tion at Tuvin, .222.
France, the late King of, notice of the death of, 197; orders
for the Court's going into mourning for, 198.

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Gifford, Right Honourable Sir R., sworn of the Privy
Council, 3; granted the dignity of a Baron of the United
Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, 5; appointed
Keeper of the Rolls and Records in the Court of Chancery,
54.
7ordon, Rev D. W., presented to the church and parish of
Earlston, 55.
Wrant, Rev. J., presented to the church and parish of South
Leith, 49.
Franville, Viscount, appointed Ambassador Extraordinary
and Plenipotentiary to the King of France, 223.

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Iłall, Rev. C. H., granted the Deanery of the Cathedral
Church of Durham, 17.
Bamilton, D. M., Esq., appointed Commissioner of Arbitra-
tion to the Mixed Commissions at Sierra Leone for the Sup-
pression of the slave trade, 16.
JHarris, General G. Lord, appointed Governor of Dumbarton
Castle, 18.
Harvey, Lieutenant-Colonel J., knighted, 800.
Hastings, Marquess of, appointed Governor and Commander
in Chief of Malta, 48.
Jiawker, Lieutenant-Colonel J., appointed Lieutenant-
Governor of Gravesend and Tilbury Fort, 15.
Aill, Right Honourable W. N., sworn of the Privy Council,
60; appointed Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipo-
tentiary to the King of Naples, 194.
——, A. M. C., Esq., appointed Secretary to His Majesty's
Legation at the Court of Tuscany, 114.
Hinrich, H. B., Esq., appointed Lieutenant of His Majesty's
Band of Pensioners, 1.
Home Department, Whitehall,—H. B. Hinrich, Esq., ap-
pointed Lieutenant of His Majesty's Band of Pensioners, l;
Right Honourable Sir R. Gifford, granted the dignity of a
Baron of Great Britain and Ireland, 5; Dr. H. Ryder ap-
pointed Bishop of the See of Lichfield and Coventry, 14 :
Commissioners for Executing the Office of High Admiral of
Great Britain and Ireland appointed, ibid.; Rev. C. H.
Hall granted the Deanery of the Cathedral Church of
Durham, 17; Rev. S. Smith granted the Deanery of the
Cathedral Church of Christ, in the University of Oxford,
ibid.; Rev. H. Woodcock granted the dignity of Canon of
the same Cathedral, ibid.; W. Brodie, Esq., appointed
Lisutenant and Sheriff. Principal of the shire of Nairn, 18;
Lieutenant-General Sir J. Oswald appointed a Knight
Grand Cross of the Order of the Bath, 29 ; Major-General
Sir G. Murray appointed Lieutenant-General of the Ord-
nance, 31; Rev. C. Bethell appointed Bishop of the See of
Gloucester, 8.7; Rev. S. Slade granted the dignity of Dean
of the Cathedral Church of Chichester, 88; Rev. D. Car-
ruthers presented to the church and parish of Kirkden, 49;
Rev. J. Grant presented to the church and patish of South
Leith, ibid.; Robert Lord Gifford appointed Keeper of the
Rolls and Records of the Court of Chancery, 54; Rev. N.
Dodson presented to the Vicarage of St. Helen, in Abing-

don, and the chapels of Radley and Drayton, 55; Rev.
J. Peter-

J. Peterson presented to the church and parish of Gordon,
55 ; Rev. D. W. Gordon presented to the church and
parish of Earlston, ibid.; Earl of Morton appointed High
*Commissioner to the General Assembly of the Church of
Scotland, 58 ; Commissioners for enquiring what alter-
ations can be made in the practice of the Court of Chan-
- cery, &c., 66; J. B. Urmston, Esq., knighted, 70; Rev.
W. Chester presented to the rectory of Walpole St. Peter,
... county of Norfolk and diocese of Norwich, abid.; Dr. G.
H. Law appointed Bishop of the See of Bath and Wells,
73; Rev. R. J. Carr appointed Bishop of the See of Chi-
, chester, ibid.; George Earl of Morton appointed Lieute-
onant and She iss-Principal of the shire of Mid-Lothian, 91 ;
William Robert Marquess of Lothian appointed Lieutenant
and Sheriff-Principal of the shire of Roxburgh, ibid.; Rev.
A. Stewart presented to the church and parish of Cromarty,
-92; Rev. C. J. Blonfield appointed Bishop of the See of
Chester, 98; Sir G. Nayler granted permission to accept
and wear the insignia of Knight Commander of the Por-
1"guese Order of the Tower and Sword, ibid.; Earl of
Kellie appointed Lieutenant and Sheriff-Principal of the
shire of Fite, 103; Commissioners for enquiring into the
nature of the instruction afforded by the several institu-
tions in Ireland, established for the purpose of education,
104; Rev. J. S. Cocks granted the dignity of a Piebendary
of the Cathedral Church of Hereford, 1 13; Rev. E. Fane
granted the dignity of a Prebendary of the Cathedral
Church of Salisbury, ibid.; W. J. Law, Esq., appointed a
Commissioner for the Relief of Insolvent Debtors, 161 ;
Rev. W. Logie presented to the chnich and parish of Kirk-
wall and Saint Olay, ibid.; Rev. H. M. Wagner presented
to the vicarage of Brighthelmstone, 162; Rev. J. H. Spry
presented to the District Church in Langham-place, Mary-
le-Bone, 164; Rev. W. Vansittart granted the dignity of
a Canon of the Cathedral Church of Carlisle, 165 ; Dr. D.
Lamont appointed one of His Majesty's Chaplains in Ordi-
nary in Scotland, 186; Rev. A. Walker presented to the
church and parish of Elgin, county of Moray, ibid.; Rev.
J. Ker presented to the church and parish of Polmont,
county of Stirling, ibid.; permission granted to the Right
Honourable Richard Earl of Clancarty to use in this country
the title of Marquis of Heusden, conferred upon him by the
King of the Netherlands, and also to bear, in addition to
the arms of his family, certain augmentations, 186; Sir J.
Browne granted permission to wear the Superuunierary
Cross of the Royal Older of Charles the Third of Spain,
188; Rev. T. Nelsen presented to the church and parish
of Little Dunkeld, county of Perth, 193; Sir T, Tyrwhit:
.1824. S a granted

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