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#ertfordshire, Edmund Morris, of Charley
Kent, William Alexander Morland, of Lamberhurst, Esq.
Leicestershire, Clement Winstanley, of Braunston, Esq.
Lincolnshire, Sir Robert. Sheffield, of Nor
manby Hall, Bart.
Monmouthshire, Robert Thompson, of Tinterne Abbey, Esq.
Norfolk, Henry Negus Burroughes, of Burlingham, Esq.
Northamptonshire, Sir Charles Knightley, of Fawsley Park, Bart.
Northumberland, Sir Thomas John Clavering, of Harwood Skeels, Bart.
Nottinghamshire, Thomas Blackborne Hildyard, of Flintham, Esq.
Oxfordshire, James Carey Willington, of Coggs, Esq.
Rutlandshire, Thomas Falder Baines, of Morcott, Esq.
Shropshire, William Ormsby Gore, of Porkington, Esq.
Somersetshire, Philip John Miles, of Wraxnell, Esq.
Staffordshire, Thomas Kirkpatrick Hall, of Holly-lèush, Esq.
County of South-ljohn Fleming, of Stoneham
ampton, Park, Esq. Suffolk, Sir Robert Harland, of Nacton, Bart. Surrey, Thomas Lett the younger, of
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, Susser, James Cranbourne Strode, of Frant, Esq. Warwickshire, The Honourable Henry Verney, of Compton Werney. Wiltshire, John Hungerford, Penruddock,
of Compton, Esq. Worcestershire, John Taylor, of StrenshamCourt, Esq. Yorkshire, Sir William Mordaunt Milner, of Nun Appleton, Bart.
Carmarthen, George Lloyd, of Brunant, Esq.
Pembroke, Charles Mathias, of Langwarren, Esq.
Cardigan, Jenkin Davies, of Glanrhocca, Esq.
Glamorgan, Thomas Bates Rous, of Court yr alla, Esq.
Brecon, Charles Claude Clifton, of Tuy
- Mawr, Esq.
Radnor, Penry Powell, of Penn Llan, Esq.
Merioneth, John Evans, of Hendremorfydd, Esq.
Carnarvon, Daniel Vawdry, of Plasgwynnant, Esq.
Anglesey, Rice Thomas, of Cemaes, Esq.
Montgomery, Richard Price, of Gunley, Esq.
Denbigh, Pierce Wynne York, of Dyffrymaled, Esq.
Flint, William Rigby, of Northop Hall, Esq.
PRINCE OF WALES'S COUNCIL.
At a Council of His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales, held at Carlton-House, on the 29th day of January 1817, William Arundell Harris, of Keneggy, in the county of Cornwall, Esq. was appointed Sheriff of the said county of Cornwall for the present year, by His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales in Council.
LONDON GAZETTE of FEBRUARY 15, 1817.
Carlton-House, February 11, 1817.
THIS day the Right Honourable the Lord Mayor, the Aldermen, Recorder, Sheriffs, Common Council, and Officers of the Corporation of the City of London, waited upon the Prince Regent with the following Address; which was read by Sir John Silvester, Bart. the Recorder:
To His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales, REGENT of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland.
The humble Address of the Lord Mayor,
May it please your Royal Highness, WE, His Majesty's dutiful and loyal subjects, the Lord Mayor, Aldermen, and Commons of the City of London, in Common Council assembled, II 2 humbly
humbly approach your Royal Highness with renewed assurances of our unfeigned veneration and respect.
Yielding to none of His Majesty's subjects in loyalty and attachment to your Royal Highness as the representative of our venerable and beloved Sovereign, we have contemplated with the greatest detestation the daring and flagitious assault offered to your Royal Highness on your late return from Parliament, by which your Royal Highness's person was endangered, while exercising one of the most sacred and important duties attached to your Royal Highness's station as the Regent of the United Kingdom.
We most earnestly pray, that the perpetrators of an act so atrocious in its nature may speedily be delivered over to the justice of their country; and that Divine Providence may preserve your Royal Highness for many years, and cause you to live in the affections of a generous and loyal people. And we assure your Royal Highness, that there are not in this United Kingdon men more determined, at any sacrifice, to protect your Royal Highness's person, and to preserve inviolate the Constitution and the Laws, than His Majesty's faithful Citizens of London.
Signed, by order of Court,
: To which Address His Royal Highness was pleased to return the following most gracious Answer:
“I return you my warmest thanks for this loyal
and dutiful Address. “Whilst I have to lament a flagrant violation of the laws, I cannot but derive the highest satisfaction from the fresh demonstrations which it has so generally called forth, of zealous attachment to me me and to my family, and of a firm determination
to protect and uphold our invaluable Constitution.”
They were all very graciously received, and had the honour of kissing His Royal Highness's hand.
Whitehall, February 3, 1817.
His Royal Highness the Prince Regent has been pleased, in the name and on the behalf of His Majesty, to nominate and appoint the undermentioned Officers, belonging to His Majesty's Military Forces, to be Companions of the Most Honourable Military Order of the Bath:
Colonel Lionel Smith, 65th Regiment.