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Crown-Office, May 11, 1824.
MEMBER returned to serve in this present
PARLIAMENT. -
Borough of Dundalk.

Sir Robert Harry Inglis, of Milton Bryan, in the county of Bedford, Bart. in the room of George Hartopp, Esq. deceased.

FROM THE

I.ONDON GAZETTE of MAY 15,
1824.

Lord Chamberlain's-Office, May 15, 1824.

NOTICE is hereby given, that the King will hold a Drawing-Room at St. James's-Palace, on Thursday next the 20th instant, at two o'clock, to celebrate His Majesty's Birth-day.

No person can be admitted in mourning.

N. B. The Knights, of the several Orders will Awear their Collars.

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War-Office, 14th May 1824.

MeMoRANDUM.

His Majesty has been pleased to approve of the 40th Foot bearing on its colours and appointments, in addition to any other badges, or devices which may have heretofore been granted to: the Regiment, the words

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in commemoration of the distinguished conduct of the Regiment at the battle of Roleia, on 17th August 1808; at Vimeira, on 21st August 1808; at Talavera, on 27th and 28th July 1809; at Badajoz, in March 1812; at Salamanca, on 22d July 1812; at Vittoria, on 21st June 1813; in the Pyrennees, in the month of July 1813; at Nivelle, on 10th November 1813; at Orthes, on 27th February 1814; and in the attack of the position covering Toulouse, on 10th April 1814.

War-Office, 14th May 1824.
GARRISONS.

Lieutenant William Colin Clarke, of the 77th Foot, to be Town-Adjutant in the Island of Malta. Dated 29th April 1824.

FROM THE

LONDON GAZETTE of MAY 18;
- 1824.

Veneris, 1.4° die Maij, 1824:

WHEREAS the Select Committee appointed to . try and determine the merits of the petition of Edward Rose Tunno, Esq. complaining of an undue election and return for the borough of Bossinney, , in the county of Cornwall, have this day reported to the House of Commons :

That it appeared to the said Committee, that the

merits of the petition depended upon the right of

election; and that therefore the said Committee .
required the Counsel for the parties to deliver to
the Clerk of the said Committee, statements in
writing of the right of election for which they con-
tend :
That in consequence thereof the Counsel for the .
petitioner delivered in a statement as follows:
“That the right of voting is in the freeholders of
“ lands within the borough, being also inhabitant
“ householders therein :”
That the Counsel for the sitting Member deli--
vered in a statement as follows:
“That the right of voting in the borough of
“ Bossinney is in the free Burgesses of the said,
“ borough, possessed of lands of inheritance within-
“ the same, and resident within the parish of Tin-
tagel; such free Burgesses having been pre-
viously presented by a jury at one of the Courts.
“. Leet of the said borough, and sworn in accord-
* ingly.” - -
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2.

That upon the statement delivered in by the Counsel for the petitioner, the said Committee have determined, That the right of voting as set forth in the said: statement, is not the right of voting for the borough of Bossinney, in the county of Cornwall. That upon the statement delivered in by the Cousel for the sitting Member, the said Committee have determined, That the right of voting as set forth in the said statement, is the right of voting for the said borough of Bossinney. I do hereby give notice, in pursuance of the directions of the Act, made in the twenty-eighth year of His late Majesty, intituled “An Act for the further regulation of the trialso “ of controverted elections or returns of Members. “ to serve in Parliament.

Given under my hand, the i8th day of May 1824, CHARLES MANNERS- SUTTON, Speaker.

Crown-Office, May 18, 1824,

MEMBERS returned to serve in this present
PARLIAMENT.

Borough of Penryn. Robert Stanton, Esq. of Colebrook-House, in the county of Middlesex, in the room of Henry. Swann, Esq., deceased.

- Borough of Huntingdon. James Stuart, Esq. in the room of the Earl of

Ancram, now Marquess of Lothian, and one of

the Peers of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland.

FROM THE

LONDON GAZETTE of MAY 22,
1824.

Westminster, May 17, 1824.

THIS day, the Lords being met, a message was sent to the IIonourable House of Commons by the Gentleman Usher of the Black Rod, acquainting them, that The Lords, authorised by virtue of a Commission under the Great Seal, signed. by His Majesty, for declaring His Royal Assent to several Acts agreed upon by both Houses, do desire the immediate attendance of the Honourable House in the House of Peers to hear the Commission read; and the Commons being come thither, the said Commission, empowering the Lord Archbishop of Canterbury, the Lord High Chancellor of Great Britain, and several other Lords therein named, to declare and notify the Royal Assent to the said Acts, was read accordingly, and the Royal Assent given to

An Act to reduce the duties on rum, the produce of the British Colonies or Plantations in America, imported into the United Kingdom. An Act to continue, until the fifth day of July one thousand eight hundred and twenty-five, the Acts for granting bounties on the exportation of refined sugar from the United Kingdom, and for reducing the size of the packages in which refined: sugar may be exported. An Act to amend and render more effectual the several Acts, for the issuing of Exchequer Bills for public works. An.

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