« AnteriorContinuar »
Surgeon Stanhope Hunter Fasson, 95th Regi
ment, late Royal Artillery. Surgeon William Pearson Ward, 17th Regiment,
late Royal Artillery. 2nd Class Staff-Surgeon Thomas Park, late Royal
Artillery. Assistant-Surgeon Arthur Henry Taylor. Veterinary-Surgeon John Surtees Stockley. Commissary William Young. Deputy Assistant-Commissary John Isaac Lilley. Deputy Assistant-Commissary Arthur Hunt. Serjeant Major William Norton. Quartermaster-Serjeant George Mervin, Royal
Horse Artillery. Company Serjeant Joseph Mitchell, 6th Company,
George Kerr, 12th Battalion.
Robert Bruce. Corporal John Hargreaves, 4th Company, 12th
Battalion. Corporal John Stevenson, H. Battery. Bombardier Hugh Wheatley, 6th Company, 12th
Battalion. Gunner and Driver William Todd, 6th Company,
Ilth Battalion. Gunner and Driver William Hendry, 1st Com
pany, 12th Battalion. Gunner and Driver Robert Burke, 6th Company,
Ilth Battalion. Gunner and Driver John Gibbs, 8th Company,
3rd Battalion. Gunner and Driver John McVeigh, 4th Company,
Royal Engineers. Brevet-Lieutenant-Colonel George Bent, C.B. Brevet-Lieutenant-Colonel Eustace Fane Bour
chier, C.B. Brevet-Lieutenant-Colonel Edward Stanton. Brevet-Major James Frankfort Manners Browne,
Charles George Gordon.
Land Transport Corps.
Royal Sappers and Miners. Colour-Serjeant Henry Macdonald, No. 237.
Joseph Stanton, No. 861.
George Jarvis, No. 1,873. Serjeant Peter Leitch, No. 763.
Samuel Cole, No. 2,515, Driver Company. Corporal John Paul, No. 1,119. 2nd Corporal Joseph Collins, No. 2,382.
LONDON GAZETTE of AUGUST 5,
AT the Court at Osborne House, Isle of Wight,
the 28th day of July, 1856.
PRESENT, The QUEEN's Most Excellent Majesty in Council. Whereas by an
Act, passed in the last session of Parliament, intituled “ An Act for the “ better local management of the metropolis," it is amongst other things enacted, that, upon the petition of the Metropolitan Board of Works or of any district board or vestry, representing to Her Majesty in Council, that by reason of the provisions of any local Act of Parliament relating to any district or parish or any part thereof respectively, difficulties have arisen in the execution of the said Act, and of such local Act or either of them, and praying for a suspension or alteration of all or any of the provisions of such local Act, or for the establishment of other provisions in lieu thereof, under this enactment, it shall be lawful for Her Majesty, by Order in Council, to suspend or alter all or any of the provisions of such local Act, or to make other provisions in relation to the matters thereof as Her Majesty, with the advice of Her Privy Council, may think necessary under the circumstances of the case; and erery such Order in Council shall be laid
before both Houses of Parliament within one month after the making thereof, if Parliament be then sitting, or if Parliament be not sitting, then within one month after the next meeting of Parliament, and shall be published in the London Gazette: Provided always, that no such Order in Council shall remain in force beyond the term of one year from the making thereof:
And whereas, the vestry of the parish of Saint Mary, Islington, have presented a petition to Her Majesty in Council representing that, under the circumstances set forth in the said petition, they have found difficulties, arising by reason of the provisions of the said local Acts therein and hereinafter mentioned, in the execution of the said Metropolis Local Management Act, and praying the suspension of the provisions contained in certain of the sections of the said Jocal Acts, and also praying that all the provisions, powers, and authorities therein respectively contained may be transferred to, vested in, and exercised by the said vestry.
Now, therefore, Her Majesty, having taken the said petition, and also a memorial of the trustees of the said parish of Saint Mary, Islington, relating thereto, into consideration, is pleased, by and with the advice of Her Privy Council, to suspend the provisions of the fourteenth' section (so far as the same relate to the collection of the parochial rates) and of the thirty-ninth, forty-first, fortysecond, forty-sixth, forty-seventh, forty-eighth, and one hundred and forty-sixth sections of the local Act passed in the fifth year of the reign of His Majesty King George the Fourth (cap 125) intituled “ An Act to repeal several Acts for the “ relief and employment of the poor of the parish " of Saint Mary Islington, in the county of Mid“ dlesex; for lighting, and watching, and prevent
"sing nuisances therein; for amending the road
And Her Majesty is further pleased by and with the advice atoresaid, to order, and it is hereby ordered, that the trustees of the parish of Saint Mary, Islington, shall, from time to time, by a notice in writing to be signed by their chairman, and delivered at the office of the Vestry Clerk of the said parish, for the time being, require the vestry of the said parish, to levy and pay over to the treasurer of such trustees, or into any bank in such notice mentioned, and within the time or times thereby limited, the sums which such trustees may require for defraying the expenses payable out of the poor rates of the said parish.
And it is further ordered, that the vestrv of