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INDEX.

A.

BBOTT, the Right Hon. Charles, created Baron Col-
chester, 149. ,
Abdy, Sir William, returned Member for Malmesbury, 43.
Abercromby, the Hon. Alexander, returned Member for
Clackmananshire, 124. -
Adams, J. Q. Esq., has an audience of the Prince Regent to
deliver his letters of recall, 138.
Addresses, presented to His Royal Highness the Prinee
Regent, from the Lord Mayor and Aldermen of the City of
London, on the outrages committed against His Royal
Highness's person, when he was going in state to open
Parliament; from the Lord Mayor, Aldermen, and Com-
mons of the City of London, in Common Council assembled,
on the same subject, 5.1; from the University of Oxford,
on the same subject, 59; from the University of Cam
bridge, 62; from the Bishop of London and the Clergy of
London and Westminster, on the same subject, 89; from
the Protestant Dissenting Ministers in and about London, 98.
Agnew, George, Esq. appointed Deputy Register of Seasines,
&c. in the county of Wigton, 97.
Andrade, Alexander, approved of by the Prince Regent as
Portuguese Vice-Consul in London, 103.
..Anderson, Joseph, appointed a Master Extraordinary in
Chancery, 116.
Arena, Mr. P., approved of by the Prince Regent as Consul,
for the Great Duke of Tuscany, at Malta, 139.
Armorial, Augmentations granted, 3, 9, 95, 237.
Arthur, Edward, appointed a Master Extraordinary in Chan-
cery, 1 12.
Aylmer, Captain, permission granted to, to wear the cross of
a Foreign Order, 101.
Austria, the Emperor of, Prince Esterhazy the Ambassador
from, delivers a letter to the Prince Regent, expressive of
His Majesty's horror at the outrage offered to His Royal
Highness the Prince Regent on the first day of the Session
of Parliament, 93.

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Bagot, the Rev. Richard, appointed a Prebendary of Wor-
cester, 217.
Bank of England, notes, notice from the Speaker of the
House of Commons, respecting the payment of, 123, 241.
tokens, notice from the Speaker of the
House of Commons respecting, 218.
Barbadoes, Lord Comber mere appointed Governor of, l 13.
Barker, Ralph, appointed a Master Extraordinary in Chan-
cery, 228. -
Harnet, James, Esq. returned Member for Rochester, 97.
Barron, John, Esq. appointed Consul in the province of
Biscay, 29.
Aasset, Richard, Esq. Knighted, 149.
A3ath, Most Honourable Military Order of the, appointments
in, Knights Grand Crosses, 2, 3.
Knights Commanders, 2, 54, 100, 127.
Knights Companions, 53, 54.
Ceremonials of Investiture in, 36, 88, 93, 125.
G. F. Beltz, appointed Gentleman Usher of, 135.
Aathurst, Lord, elected a Knight of the Garter, 220. The
priveledge of a Knight of the Order granted to him without
installation, 224.
Bavaria, King, his Envoy M. de Pfeffel has an audience of
the Prince Regent, to express the horror of His Sovereign
at the atroeious attack made upon His Royal Highness on
the first day of the Session, l l 1.
Becket, John, Esq. appointed Advocate-General of His Ma-
jesty's Forces, 159, sworn of the Privy Council, 192.
Beltz, G. F. appointed Gentleman Usher to the Most
Honourable Military Order of the Bath, 135.
Pentham, Captain, permission granted to, to wear the
insignia of a Foreign Order, 217.
Beresford, Lord, permission granted to, to wear the insignia
of a Foreign Order, 143.
Bertie, Admiral Sir Albemarle, appointed a Knight Com-
mander of the Bath, 127. -
JBloomfield, Sir Benjamin, appointed Keeper of the Privy
Purse and Private Secretary to the Prince Regent, 212;
sworn of the Privy Council, 214.
Bolton, Major-General Robert, Knighted, 137.
3ond, James, appointed a Master Extraordinary in Chan-
cery, 12.
..Bourke, Mons, de, Envoy from the King of Denmark, has an
audience of the Prince Regent, to express the horror of His
Sovereign at the atrocious attack made upon His Royal
Highness on the first day of the Session of Parliament, 1 I 1.
Bristol,

23ristol, City of, declared a fit port for the importation of East
India goods, 229.
Brown, Dr., permission granted to, to wear the insignia of a
Foreign Order, 150.
Brown, B. H., appointed a Master Extraordinary in Chan-
cery, 239.
23runswick, New, Major-General, G. S. Smith, appointed
Lieutenant-Governor of, S4.
Jurden, Thomas, Esq. Knighted, 196.
I}urrill, Joseph, appuinted a Master Extraordinary in Chan-
cery, 75.
A}urroughs, Sir William, returned Member for Colchester,
1 10.
Butet, M. approved of by His Royal Highness the Prince
Regent as Consul at Malta, for His Most Christian Ma-
jesty, 149.

C.

Cambridge, University of, Address from the, to the Prince
Regent, 62.
Campbell, Lieutenant-General Sir A. appointed a Knight
Commander of the Bath, 2.; ceremonial of his investi-
ture, 38.
-—, Admiral Sir George, appointed a Groom of the
Bedchamber, 255.
Carhampton, Lord, returned Member for Ludgershal, 180.
Carlos, Duke de San, delivers his credentials as Ambassador
from the King of Spain, 246.
Castelcicala, I'rince de, Envoy from the King of Naples, has
an audience of the Prince Regent to express the horror of
His Sovereign at the atrocious attack made upon His Royal
Highness on the first day of the session of Parliament, 124.
Chad, George W. Esq. appointed Secretary to the Embassy at
the Court of the Netherlands, 3. -
Chalmers, the Rev. Peter, appointed to the church of Dun-
fermline, 98.
Chancery, Masters Extraordinary in, 2, 3, 12, 20, 30, 44,
55, 59, 69, 75, 84, 85, 98, l l 1, 112, 1 16, 136, 139,
140, 144, 148, 162, 167, 212, 219, 223, 227, 232, 233,
234, 239, 303, 304, 305, 314, 316, 317.
Charlotte Augusta, Her Royal Highness the Princess, deli-
vered of a still-born male child, 271 ; death of Her Royal
Highness, ibid; mourning ordered for, ibid, and 272, 273;
funeral of Her Royal Highness and the Royal Infant, 285;
change of mourning for, 3.16.
Circuits appointed, 71, 84, 188, 196.
Cocks, James, Esq. appointed Consul in Albania, 139.
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-1817. Coin,

Coin, light gold, the circulation of, proliibited, 184.
, old silver, circulation of, prohibited, 77, 79.
—, copper, Proclamation relative to, 310.
Coinage, new silver, notice from the Mint respecting, s:
Proclamation ditto, 14, 27; ditto, 45; ditto, 77, 79.
, new gold, Proclamation respecting, 182; ditto, 184.
Cole, Sir Christopher, returned Member for the county of
Glamorgan, 240.
Colquhoun, James, Esq. approved of by the Prince Regent as
Consul-General in Great Britain for the Hanseatic Re-
public, 308.
Combermere, Lord, appointed Governor of Barbadoes, 113.
Consuls, appointed and approved of, 29, 103, 10, 138, 139,
143, 149, 177, 181, 255, 274, 308.
Cooper, Sir George, appointed Assistant-Judge of the Supreme
Court of Judicatule at Madras, 74.
Council, Orders in, prohibiting the exportation of gunpowder,
&c. 6, 156, 275; permitting the importation of provisions
into Newfoundland from the United States, 16; containing
egulations to prevent smuggling, 31; ordering a thanks-
giving, 41; directing prayers to be offered up for the
Prince Regent, 42; appointing Sheriffs, 48; permitting
the importation of provisions, under certain conditions,
into the Mauritius, 81 ; relative to the performance of
quarantine, 13 l ; ditto, 151; ditto, 153; continuing the
suspension of the ballot and enrolment of the local mi-
litia, 158; suspending the calling out of the militia, 21 l;
declaring Bristol to be a fit port for the importation of
East India goods, 229.
Cranbourne, Lord, returned Member for Hertford, 39.
Crighton, A. W. Esq. knighted, 112.
Croudson, John, appointed a Master Extraordinary in Chan-
cery, 303.
Cumberland, Her Royal Highness the Duchess of, delivered
of a still-born child, 20; the Royal Infant privately in-
- terred, 29.
Curling, Edward, Esq. appointed Consul for Hanover at
Ramsgate, Deal, and Dover, 143.
Cursham, W. appointed a Master Extraordinary in Chan-

cery, 232.
Curtis, John Harrison, appointed Aurist to the Prince Re-

gent, 10.
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1)'Aglie, Count, Envoy from the King of Sardinia, has an
audience of the Prince Regent to express the horror of His
Sovereign at the atrocious attack made upon His Royal

Highness on the first day of the session, 125. JDa
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Dalrymple, John Adolphus, Esq., returned Member for
Weymouth, 68. -
Davies, Captain, a letter from, detailing military operations
in India, 258.
Davies, John, appointed a Master Extraordinary in Chan-
cery, 239.
Davison, the Rev. John, presented to the vicarage of Sutter-
ton, 309.
Day, John, appointed a Master Extraordinary in Chancery,
140.
Denmark, the King of, Monsieur de Bourke, Envoy Extraor-
dinary and Minister Plenipotentiary from, expresses His
Majesty's horror at the outrages offered to His Royal High-
ness the Prince Regent on the first day of the Session of
Parliament, 111.
Deerhurst, Lord, returned Member for the City of Worcester,
12.
Deering, C. Esq., returned Member for Romney, 274.
Deserters, proclamation for pardoning, 170.
Pratting Roojas, notices of, 12, 123, 161.
10'Osmond, Marquess, Ambassador from the King of France,
has an audience of the Prince Regent, to express the horror
of his Sovereign at the atrocious attack made upon His
Royal Highness’s person on the first day of the Session of
Parliament, 67.
Drummond, Lieutenant-General Sir Gordon, appointed
Knight Grand Cross of the Order of the Bath, 2.; cere-
*nonial of his investiture, 36.
JO’ Urban, Colonel, Knighted, 128.
Durham, Admiral Sir P. C., permission granted to, to wear
the insignia of a Foreign Order, 179.

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Elphinstone, the Hon. M., a dispatch from, relative to mili-
tary operations in India, 257; ditto, 258.

Eighty fourth Reg. of Foot, permission granted to, to bear
certain additions on its colours, I 14.

English, Sir J. H., appointed one of the Surgeons of the
Duke of Cumberland's Household, 314.

Errol, the Earl of, appointed Commissioner of the General
Assembly of the Church of Scotland, 1 }0. -

Evans, John, Esq. Knighted, 227. -

Earmouth, Lord, augmentation of arms granted to, 95; per-
mission granted to, to wear the insignia of different Fbreign
Orders, 129.

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