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Richard Couch, Esq., Chief Justice of The Right Hon. Henry Bouverie WilBombay; and Walter Morgan, Esq., Chief liam Brand was, by Her Majesty's comJustice of the North-Western Provinces, mand, sworn of H.M.'s Most Honourable Knighted by patent.

Privy Council. The Right Hon. Horatio Waddington, John Hall, Esq., of St. Peter's College, to be a member of H.M.'s Most Hon. Cambridge, B.A., to be one of H.M.'s InPrivy Council.

spectors of schools. The Hon. William Stuart, now Secre- Lady Susan Leslie-Melville to be Lady tary to H.M.'s Embassy at Constantinople, of the Bedchamber, and Lady Edward to be Secretary to H.M.'s Embassy at St. Cavendish to be Hon. Lady of the BedPetersburgh.

chamber to Her Royal Highness Princess 26. Henry Page Turner Barron, Esq., Christian of Schleswig-Holstein. now Secretary to H.M.'s Legation at Lieut.-Col. G. G. Gordon to be Equerry Brussels, to be Secretary to H.M.'s Em- to His Royal Highness Prince Christian bassy at Constantinople; George Glynne of Schleswig-Holstein. Petre, Esq., now Secretary to H.M.'s G. D. Engleheart, Esq., to be Treasurer Legation at Copenhagen, to be Secretary to Prince and Princess Christian of Schles. to H.M.'s Legation at Brussels; and wig-Holstein. Francis Clare Ford, Esq., now Secretary The dignity of an Earl of the United to H.M.'s Legation at Buenos Ayres, to Kingdom granted to Richard, Baron Cre. be Secretary to H.M.'s Legation at morne, in Ireland, K.P., and the heirs Copenhagen.

male of his body, by the title of Earl of July 5th.

The Most Noble Richard Dartrey, of Dartrey, in the county of Plantagenet Campbell Temple Nugent Monaghan. Brydges Chandos, Duke of Buckingham The dignity of a Baron of the United and Chandos; the Right Hon. Henry Kingdom granted to Charles Stanley, Howard Molyneaux, Earl of Carnarvon ; Viscount Monck, in Ireland, GovernorRobert Arthur Talbot Cecil, Esq. (com- General of all H.M.'s provinces in North monly called Viscount Cranborne); Sir America and of the Island of Prince Ed. Stafford Henry Northcote, Bart. ; and ward, and the heirs male of his body, by Gathorne Hardy, Esq., were, by Her the title of Baron Monek, of BallytramMajesty's command, sworn of Her Ma. mon, in the county of Wexford. jesty's Most Honourable Privy Council. His Serene Highness Francis Paul

The Duke of Buckingham and Chandos Charles Louis Alexander, Prince of Teck, to be Lord President of H.M.'s Most to be an Honorary Member of the Civil Honourable Privy Council.

Division of the First Class, or Knights Her Majesty in Council delivered the Grand Cross of the most honourable Order Great Seal to the Right Hon. Frederic of the Bath. Lord Chelmsford, whereupon the oath of The Right Hon. Sir Andrew Buchanan, Lord Chancellor of Great Britain was, by K.C.B., H.M.'s Ambassador Extraordinary Her Majesty's command, administered to and Plenipotentiary to the Emperor of All him, and his Lordship took his place at the Russias; Lord Augustus William the Board accordingly.

Frederick Spencer Loftus, K.C.B., H.M.'s Her Majesty delivered the custody of Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipothe Privy Seal to the Right Hon. James tentiary to the King of Prussia ; and Sir Howard, Earl of Malmesbury.

Arthur Charles Magenis, K.C.B., late Her Majesty appointed the Right Hon. H.M.'s Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Henry Howard Molyneux, Earl of Car- Plenipotentiary to the King of Portugal, narvon; the Right Hon. Robert Arthur to be Extra Members of the Civil Division Talbot Cecil (commonly called Viscount of the First Class, or Knights Grand Cross Cranborne); the Right Hon. Edward of the Most Hon. Order of the Bath. Henry Stanley (commonly called Lord Sir James Clark, M.D., one of the PhyStanley); the Right Hon. Spencer sians in Ordinary to Her Majesty ; ThoHoratio Walpole; and the Right Hon. mas Erskine May, Esq., Č.B., Clerk Jonathan Peel, to be H.M.'s Five Principal Assistant of the House of Commons; and Secretaries of State; and the Right Hon. Charles Pressly, Esq., C.B., late Chairman Benjamin Disraeli to be Chancellor and of the Board of Inland Revenue, to be Under-Treasurer of H.M.'s Exchequer. Ordinary Members of the Civil Division

The Most Hon. James, Marquis of Aber- of the Second Class, or Knights Commancorn, K.G., to be Lieut.-General and ders of the said Order; and James Booth, General Governor of that part of the Esq., late one of the Secretaries to the United Kingdom called Ireland.

Board of Trade, to be an Ordinary MemThe Right Hon. Sir Stafford Henry ber of the Civil Division of the Third Northcote to be President of the Com- Class, or Companions of the said Most mittee of Council for Trade.

Honourable Order.

called Ireland, by the name, style, and Board of Supervision for Relief of the title of Baron Clermont, of Clermont-park, Poor in Scotland, vice Henry Home Drumin the county of Louth; and William mond, Esq., resigned. Meredyth, Baron Athlumney, in that part The Hon. Mrs. Robert Bruce, to be a of the said United Kingdom called Ire- Bedchamber Woman in Ordinary to Her land, by the name, style, the title of Majesty, vice Lady Charlotte Copley, reBaron Meredyth, of Dollardstown, in the signed. county of Meath.

Lady Charlotte Copley to be an Extra 8. The Hon. Otho Augustus Fitz- Bedchamber Woman to Her Majesty. gerald (commonly called Lord Otho Fitz- June 2. The Right Hon. John, Earl Ras. gerald) to be Treasurer of Her Majesty's sell, K.G., the Right Hon. William Ewart Household, in the room of the Right Hon. Gladstone, John Bonham Carter, Esq., William Coutts Keppel (commonly called William Patrick Adam, Esq., and John Viscount Bury), resigned.

Esmonde, Esq., to be Commissioners for The Right Hon. George Augustus Con- executing the offices of Treasurer of the stantine, Marquis of Normanby, to be one Exchequer of Great Britain and Lord of the Lords-in-Waiting in ordinary to High Treasurer of Ireland. Her Majesty, in the room of George, Lord il. The Right Hon. Otho AugusRivers, deceased.

tus Fitzgerald (commonly called Lord The Hon. Frederick William Stopford Otho Fitzgerald), the Right Hon. Ed. to be Page of Honour to Her Majesty, mund Hammond, and the Right Hon. vice Henry John Loftus, Esq.

Russell Gurney, were, by H.M.'s comThe Right Hon. Robert Montgomery, mand, sworn of H.M.'s Most Hon. Privy Lord Belhaven, K.T., to be H.M.'s High Council. Commissioner to the General Assembly of The dignity of a Baron of the United the Church of Scotland.

Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland 10. Richard Edmund St. Lawrence, unto Edwin Richard Windham, Earl of Earl of Cork and Orrery, and Clarence Dunraven and Mount Earl, in that part Edward Paget (commonly called Lord of the said United Kingdom called IreClarence Paget) were, by H.M.'s command, land, K.P., and the heirs male of his body sworn of H.M.'s Most Hon. Privy Council. lawfully begotten, by the name, style, and

19. At the Court at Windsor, Her title of Baron Kenry, of Kenry, in the Majesty in Council was this day pleased county of Limerick. to declare her consent to a contract The Hon. Charles Augustus Murray, of matrimony between Her Royal High- C.B., now H.M.'s Envoy Extraordinary ness the Princess Mary Adelaide Wil- and Minister Plenipotentiary to the King helmina Elizabeth of Cambridge and his of Saxony, to be H.M.'s Envoy Extraordi. Serene Highness Francis Paul Charles nary and Minister Plenipotentiary to the Louis Alexander, Prince of Teck; which King of Denmark; and Sir Augustus Berkeconsent Her Majesty has caused to be ley Paget, K.C.B., now H.M.'s Envoy Exsignified under the Great Seal.

traordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary 19. The Hon. John Henry Thomas to the King of Denmark, to be H.M.'s Manners Sutton (now Governor and Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Pleni. Commander-in-Chief of the Island of potentiary to the King of Portugal. Trinidad and its dependencies) to be Victor de Magnus, Esq., to be H.M.'s Governor and Commander-in-Chief of the Consul-General at Berlin. Colony of Victoria

John Savile Lumley, Esq., now SecreWilliam Cleaver Francis Robinson, Esq. tary to H.M.'s Embassy at St. Peters. (now President and Senior Member of the burg, to be H.M.'s Envoy Extraordinary Executive Council of the Island of Mont- and Minister Plenipotentiary to the King serrat), to be Governor and Commander

of Saxony. in-Chief of H.M.'s settlements in the 18. The dignity of a Baronet of the Falkland Island and their dependencies. United Kingdom unto Thomas Watson, 21. Petrus Johannes Denyssen and of Henrietta -street, Cavendish.

1 - square, James Coleman Fitzpatrick, Esqs., to in the parish of St. Marylebone, and be Puisne Judges of the Supreme Court county of Middlesex, Doctor of Medicine, of the Colony of the Cape of Good Hope; President of the Royal College of Phyand Simeon Jacobs, Esq. to be Solicitor- sicians, and one of H.M.'s Physicians General for that Colony.

Extraordinary, and the heirs male of his 25. H.R.H. Prince Alfred Ernest body lawfully begotten. Albert, K.G., K.T., to be Earl of Ulster, Viscount Hamilton to be a Lord of the Earl of Kent, and Duke of Edinburgh. Bedchamber to H.R.H. the Prince of

29. Lord Wodehouse to be Earl of Wales, vice the Earl of Mount-Edgcombe, Kimberley.

appointed an Extra Lord of the Bed. William Smythe, Esq., to be one of the chamber to his Royal Highness.

Richard Couch, Esq., Chief Justice of The Right Hon. Henry Bouverie WilBombay; and Walter Morgan, Esq., Chief liam Brand was, by Her Majesty's comJustice of the North-Western Provinces, mand, sworn of H.M.'s Most Honourable Knighted by patent.

Privy Council. The Right Hon. Horatio Waddington, John Hall, Esq., of St. Peter's College, to be a member of H.M.'s Most Hon. Cambridge, B.A., to be one of H.M.'s InPrivy Council.

spectors of schools. The Hon. William Stuart, now Secre- Lady Susan Leslie-Melville to be Lady tary to H.M.’s Embassy at Constantinople, of the Bedchamber, and Lady Edward to be Secretary to H.M.'s Embassy at St. Cavendish to be Hon. Lady of the BedPetersburgh.

chamber to Her Royal Highness Princess 26. Henry Page Turner Barron, Esq., Christian of Schleswig-Holstein. now Secretary to H.M.'s Legation at Lieut.-Col. G. G. Gordon to be Equerry Brussels, to be Secretary to H.M.'s Em- to His Royal Highness Prince Christian bassy at Constantinople; George Glynne of Schleswig-Holstein. Petre, Esq., now Secretary to H.M.'s G. D. Engleheart, Esq., to be Treasurer Legation at Copenhagen, to be Secretary to Prince and Princess Christian of Schlesto H.M.'s Legation at Brussels; and wig-Holstein. Francis Clare Ford, Esq., now Secretary The dignity of an Earl of the United to H.M.'s Legation at Buenos Ayres, to Kingdom granted to Richard, Baron Cre. be Secretary to H.M.'s Legation at morne, in Ireland, K.P., and the heirs Copenhagen.

male of his body, by the title of Earl of July 5th. The Most Noble Richard Dartrey, of Dartrey, in the county of Plantagenet Campbell Temple Nugent Monaghan. Brydges Chandos, Duke of Buckingham The dignity of a Baron of the United and Chandos; the Right Hon. Henry Kingdom granted to Charles Stanley, Howard Molyneaux, Earl of Carnarvon ; Viscount Monck, in Ireland, GovernorRobert Arthur Talbot Cecil, Esq. (com- General of all H.M.'s provinces in North monly called Viscount Cranborne); Sir America and of the Island of Prince Ed. Stafford Henry Northcote, Bart.; and ward, and the heirs male of his body, by Gathorne Hardy, Esq., were, by Her the title of Baron Monck, of Ballytram. Majesty's command, sworn of Her Ma- mon, in the county of Wexford. jesty's Most Honourable Privy Council. His Serene Highness Francis Paul

The Duke of Buckingham and Chandos Charles Louis Alexander, Prince of Teck, to be Lord President of H.M.'s Most to be an Honorary Member of the Civil Honourable Privy Council.

Division of the First Class, or Knights Her Majesty in Council delivered the Grand Cross of the most honourable Order Great Seal to the Right Hon. Frederic of the Bath. Lord Chelmsford, whereupon the oath of The Right Hon. Sir Andrew Buchanan, Lord Chancellor of Great Britain was, by K.C.B., H.M.'s Ambassador Extraordinary Her Majesty's command, administered to and Plenipotentiary to the Emperor of All him, and his Lordship took his place at the Russias; Lord Augustus William the Board accordingly.

Frederick Spencer Loftus, K.C.B., H.M.'s Her Majesty delivered the custody of Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipothe Privy Seal to the Right Hon. James tentiary to the King of Prussia ; and Sir Howard, Earl of Malmesbury.

Arthur Charles Magenis, K.C.B., late Her Majesty appointed the Right Hon. H.M.'s Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Henry Howard Molyneux, Earl of Car- Plenipotentiary to the King of Portugal, narvon; the Right Hon. Robert Arthur to be Extra Members of the Civil Division Talbot Cecil (commonly called Viscount of the First Class, or Knights Grand Cross Cranborne); the Right Hon. Edward of the Most Hon. Order of the Bath. Henry Stanley (commonly called Lord Sir James Clark, M.D., one of the PhyStanley); the Right Hon. Spencer sians in Ordinary to Her Majesty; ThoHoratio Walpole; and the Right Hon. mas Erskine May, Esq., Č.B., Clerk Jonathan Peel, to be H.M.'s Five Principal Assistant of the House of Commons; and Secretaries of State; and the Right Hon. Charles Pressly, Esq., C.B., late Chairman Benjamin Disraeli to be Chancellor and of the Board of Inland Revenue, to be Under-Treasurer of H.M.'s Exchequer. Ordinary Members of the Civil Division

The Most Hon. James, Marquis of Aber- of the Second Class, or Knights Comman. corn, K.G., to be Lieut.-General and ders of the said Order; and James Booth, General Governor of that part of the Esq., late one of the Secretaries to the United Kingdom called Ireland.

Board of Trade, to be an Ordinary MemThe Right Hon. Sir Stafford Henry ber of the Civil Division of the Third Northcote to be President of the Com. Class, or Companions of the said Most mittee of Council for Trade.

Honourable Order.

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Sir J. Matheson, Bart., to be Lord. and Charles DuCane, Esq., to be H.M.'s Lieutenant of Ross-shire, vice Col. H. D. Commissioners for executing the office of Baillie, deceased.

Lord High Admiral of the said United The Hon. A. Hamilton Gordon, C.M.G., Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland; to be Governor and Commander-in-Chief the office of Advocate-General or Judgeof Trinidad ; and C. F. Rothery, Esq., to Marshal of H.M.'s Forces to the Right be Assistant-Justice of the General Court Hon. John Robert Mowbray; the Right of the Bahama Islands.

Hon. Gathorne Hardy to be Poor Law His Royal Highness Prince Christian of Commissioner for England ; the Right Schleswig-Holstein to be a Major-General Hon. Henry Thomas Lowry Corry to be in the Army.

Vice-President of the Committee of Coun10. The Right Hon. William Regi. cil on Education; the office of H.M.'s nald Courtenay, Earl of Devon, to be Advocate for Scotland to George Patton, Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster. Esq., Advocate; and the office of Solicitor

The Most Noble John Winston, Duke General for Scotland to Edward Strathearn of Marlborough, to be Lord Steward of

Gordon, Esq. H.M.'s Household ; the Right Hon. Wil- Stephen Cave, Esq., M.P. sworn liam Alleyne Cecil (commonly called Lord Member of the Privy Council, and ap. Burghley) to be Treasurer of H.M.'s pointed Vice-President of the Board of household; the Right Hon. Charles Philip Trade. Yorke (commonly called Viscount Roy- The dignity of a Baronet of the United ston) to be Controller of H.M.'s House- Kingdom to Dudley Coutts Marjoribanks, hold; the Right Hon. Orlando George of Guisachan, in the county of Inverness, Charles, Earl of Bradford, to be Lord Esq.; Henry John Ingilby, of Ripley, in Chamberlain of H.M.'s Household ; the the West Riding of the county of York, Right Hon. Claude Hamilton (commonly and of Harrington, in the county of called Lord Claude Hamilton), to be Vice- Lincoln, clerk; John Ennis, of BallinaChamberlain of H.M.'s Household; Charles, howncourt, in the county of Westmeath, Earl of Tankerville, to be Captain of H.M.'s Esq.; Pryse Pryse, of Gogerddan, in the Hon. Corps of Gentlemen-at-Arms; Henry county of Cardigan, Esq. ; Charles Henry Charles, Earl Cadogan, to be Captain of Tempest, of Heaton, in the county palaH.M.'s Guard of Yeomen of the Guard. tine of Lancaster, Esq.; Edward St.

The dignity of Barons of the United Aubyn, of St. Michael's Mount, in the Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland to county of Cornwall, Esq. John, Baron Heniker, in that part of the Sir Hugh M‘Calmont Cairns to be said United Kingdom called Ireland, and Attorney-General; and Wm. Bovill, Esq., the heirs male of his body lawfully begotten, Q.C., to be Solicitor-General. by the name, style, and title of Baron 17. Lord Colville of Culross to be Hartismere, of Hartismere, in the county Master of the Buckhounds, vice the Earl of Suffolk; to the Right Hon. Sir Edward of Cork, resigned. George Earle Lytton Bulwer Lytton, and Viscount Strathallan, Viscount Hawar. the heirs male of his body lawfully be- den, Lord Bagot, Lord Polwarth, Lord gotten, by the name, style, and title of Crofton, Lord Skelmersdale, and Lord Baron Lytton, of Knebworth, in the county Raglan, to be Lords-in-Waiting in Ordi. of Hertford ; to the Right Hon. Sir Wil- nary to Her Majesty. liam George Hylton Jolliffe, and the heirs Sir J. P. Grant, K.C.B., to be Governor. male of his body lawfully begotten, by the in-Chief of Jamaica. name, style, and title of Baron Hylton, of Sir Fitzroy Edward Kelly to be Chief Hylton, in the county palatine of Durham, Baron of the Exchequer. and of Petersfield, in the county of South- Royal licence granted to Rear-Admiral ampton.

Sir Adolphus Slade, K.C.B., to accept and The Right Hon. Edward Geoffrey, Earl wear the Order of the Osmanieh, conferred of Derby, K.G.; the Right Hon. Benjamin upon him by the Sultan. Disraeli; the Hon. Gerard James Noel ; The Duke of Beaufort to be Master of Sir Graham Graham Montgomery, and the Horse. Henry Whitmore, Esq., to be Commis. 24. The dignity of Baronet of the sioners for executing the offices of Trea- United Kingdom to the Right Hon. surer of the Exchequer of Great Britain, Sir Frederick Pollock, Knt., of Hatton, and Lord High Treasurer of Ireland ; Middlesex, late Chief Baron of the Court the Right Hon. Sir John Somerset Paking. of Exchequer; Henry Edwards, Esq., of ton, G.C.B.; Vice-Admiral Sir Alexander Pye Nest, co. York; and William Wil. Milne, K.C.B.; Vice-Admiral Sir Sydney liams, Esq., of Tregullow, co. Cornwall. Colpoys Dacres, K.C.B.; Rear-Admiral The Right Hon. Henry Lowry Corry George Henry Seymour, C.B.; Rear- to be the Fourth Charity Commissioner Admiral Sir John Charles Dalrymple Hay, for England and Wales.

The dignity of a Baron of the United Lieut.-Col. Edward Arthur Williams, Kingdom to Lieut.-General the Right of the Royal Artillery, and Lieut.-Col. Hon. Sir Hugh Henry Rose, G.C.B., Fiennes Middleton Colvile, of the 43rd G.C.S.I., General Commanding H.M.'s Regiment, to be Ordinary Meinbers of the Forces in Ireland, and the heirs male of Military Division of the Third Class, or his body lawfully begotten, by the name, Companions of the Most Honourable Order style, and title of Baron Strathnairn, of the Bath. of Strathnairn in the county of Nairn, and Oct. 30. The Right Hon. John Edward of Jhansi, in the East Indies.

Walsh to be Master of the Rolls in Ire31. The honour of Knighthood con- land. ferred upon William Bovill, Esq., H.M.'s Sir Hugh M.Calmont Cairns to be a Solicitor-General.

Judge of the Court of Appeal in ChanAugust 3. The dignity of a Baron of cery, vice the Right Hon. Sir James Lewis the United Kingdom to the Hon. Edward Knight-Bruce, resigned. Gordon Douglas-Pennant, and the heirs John Rolt, Esq., Q.C., to be Attorney.. male of his body lawfully begotten, by the General for England. name, style, and title of Baron Penrhyn Nov. 2. Capt. John Edmund Comof Llandegai in the county of Carnarvon. merell, R.N., V.C., and Staff-Commander

George Burnett, Esq., Advocate, to be Henry Augustus Moriarty, R.N., to be Lyon King of Arms for Scotland.

Companions of the Bath (Civil Division). 7. The Right Hon. John Robert 6. Lieut.-Colonel Frederick John Gold. Mowbray to be Second Church Estates smid, Madras Staff Corps, Superintendent Commissioner.

of the Indo-European Telegraph, and Edward Howes, Esq., M.P., to be a Edward Backhouse Eastwick, Esq., some Church Estates Commissioner, vice the time Secretary of Legation at Persia, Right Hon. Spencer Horatio Walpole, to be companions of the Bath (Civil resigned.

Division). 10. Henry James Baillie, Esq., M.P., to The Earl of Lanesborough to be Combe a Privy Councillor.

mander in H.M.'s fleet. Lieut.-Col. Sir Henry Marshman Have- Nov. 13. Sir Fitzroy Kelly, Sir Hugh lock, bart., V.C.; Lieut.-Col. William M‘Calmont Cairns, Sir Richard Torin Cosmo Trevor; and Lieut.-Col. George Kindersley, and Major-Gen. Sir Henry Dean Pitt, to be Companions of the Bath Knight Storks, G.C.B., to be Members of (Military Division).

the Privy Council. 14. The Rev. William Stubbs, M.A., to John Rolt, Esq., H.M.'s Attorney. be Professor of Modern History in the General, Knighted. University of Oxford, vice Goldwin Smith, Daniel Gooch, Esq., of Clewer-park, Esq., M.A., resigned.

Berks, and Curtis Miranda Lampson, 17. Lieut. Col. the Hon. Charles Hugh Esq., of Rowfant, Worth, Sussex, to be Lindsay, M.P., to be a Groom in Waiting Baronets of the United Kingdom. in Ordinary to Her Majesty.

Sir Henry Bartle Edward Frere, His Highness Datu Pummongong Abu- G.C.S.I., K.C.B., to be a Member of the bakr Sri, Maharajah of Johore, to be a Council of India. Knight Commander of the most Exalted The Hon. and Rev. Charles Broderick Order of the Star of Iudia.

Bernard, rector of Kilbrogan, in the 19. General Sir George Wetherall, diocese of Cork, to be Bishop of Tuam. G. to be Governor of the Royal 20. William Robert eymour Vesey Military College at Sandhurst.

Fitzgerald, Esq., to be Governor of 22. The dignity of a Baron of the Bombay. United Kingdom to Gustavus Frederick, Admiral Sir George Francis Seymour, Viscount Boyne, in Ireland, and the G.C.B., G.C.H., to be Admiral of the Fleet. heirs male of his body, lawfully begotten, 26. Admiral Sir William Bowles, by the name, style, and title of Baron K.C.B., to be Vice-Admiral of the United Brancepeth, of Brancepeth, in the county Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, palatine of Durham.

and Lieut. of the Admiralty thereof, in The honour of Knighthood conferred the room of Admiral Sir George Francis upon Samuel Canning, Esq.; William Seymour, G.C.B., promoted to be Admiral Thomson, Esq., LL.D.; James Anderson, of the Fleet; and Sir Phipps Hornby Esq.; and Samuel White Baker, the G.C.B., to be Rear-Admiral of the United African traveller, and that of Companion Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland

and of the Admiralty thereof, in the room

of the said Admiral Sir William Bowles. his African expedition.

The Right Hon. Abraham Brewster to Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland be Lord Justice of Appeal in Ireland. unto Richard Atwood Glass, Esq. ·

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