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IPROMOTIONS AND APPOINTMENTS.

Jan. 9. To be Baronets of the United Ringdom –Thomas Davies Lloyd, Esq., of Bronwydd, in the county of Cardigan, and of Kilrhue, in the county of Pembroke; Henry Rich, Esq., of Sonning, in the county of Berks; Francis Crossley, Esq., of Belle Vue, in the county of York, and of Somerleyton, in the county of Suffolk; William Brown, Esq., of Richmond-hill, in the county palatine of Lancaster; Sir Daniel Cooper, Knight, of Woollahra, in New South Wales, late Speaker of the Legislative Assembly of that colony; and David Baxter, Esq., of Kilmaron, in the county of Fife.

Edward Parkyns Levinge, Esq., Barrister-at-Law, to be a Judge of the High Court at Fort William, Bengal.

Jan. 23. The Rev. Arthur Penrhyn Stanley, D.D., to be one of the Deputy Clerks of the Closet to Her Majesty, in the room of the Rev. John Vane, resigned.

Appointments by His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales:—

To be Keeper of the Privy Seal of His Royal Highness:–Sir Wim. Dunbar, Bart., M.P.

To be Attorney-Gen. of His Royal Highness:–Sir Wm. John Alexander, Bart., Q.C.

To be the Council of His Royal Highness:–The Duke of Newcastle, K.G., Lord Warden of the Stannaries; Sir Wm. Dunbar, Bart., M.P., Keeper of the Privy Seal; Sir Wm. John Alexander, Bart., Q.C., Attorney-Gen. ; Col. the Hon. Sir Chas. Beaumont Phipps, K.C.B., Receiver-Gen. of the Duchy of Cornwall; Lieut.-Gen. Wm. Thos. Knollys, Comptroller and Treasurer of the Household of His Royal Highness; the Lord Portman.

Jan. 30. Congé d'élire to the Dean and Chapter of the Cathedral Church of Bristol, empowering them to elect a Bishop of the See of Gloucester and Bristol, the

same being void by the translation of the Most Rev. Father in God Dr. William Thomson, late Bishop thereof, to the Cathedral and Metropolitical See of York. The Rev. Charles John Ellicott, D.D., now Dean of the Cathedral Church of Exeter, recommended to be by them elected Bishop of the said See of Gloucester and Bristol. Jan. 30. The Right Hon. Philip Henry, Earl Stanhope; the Right Hon. Chas. Stewart, Wiscount Hardinge; Francis Charteris, Esq. (commonly called Lord Elcho); the Right Hon. Sir Edmund Walker Head, Bart., K.C.B.; Wm. Stirling, Esq.; Henry Danby Seymour, Esq.; and Henry Reeve, Esq., to be H.M.'s Commissioners to inquire into the present position of the Royal Academy in relation to the Fine Arts, and into the circumstances and conditions under which it occupies a portion of the National Gallery, and to suggest such measures as may be required to render it more useful in promoting art and in improving and developing public taste. Feb. 4. The Rev. Charles Merivale, Rector of Lawford, Essex, to be Chaplain of the House of Commons, in the room of the Ven. Archdeacon Drury, deceased. Feb. 16. Appointments in the Household of the Prince of Wales:— To be Hon. Chaplains: — The Rev. Arthur Penrhyn Stanley, D.D., Canon of Christ Church, Oxford; the Rev. Charles Kingsley, M.A.; the Rev. Henry Mildred Birch, M.A.; and the Rev. Charles Feral Tarver, M.A. To be Physicians in Ordinary:—Wim. Jenner, Esq., M.D., and Edward Sieveking, Esq., M.D. To be Surgeons in or." Paget, Esq., and George Pollock, Esq. To be Surgeon Extraordinary —John Minter, Esq., R.N., M.D., F.R.C.S. To be Surgeon-Dentist:—E. Saunders,

To be Hon. Physicians:—T. King Chambers, Esq., M.D.; Henry Wentworth Acland, Esq., M.D.; and Alex. Armstrong, Esq., M.D., R.N. To be Surgeon-Apothecary:-Claudius F. Du Pasquier, Esq., F.R.C.S., M.S.A. March 10. Appointments in the Household of Her Royal Highness the Princess of Wales :The Lord Harris to be Chamberlain to Her Royal Highness. The Marchioness of Carmarthen, the Countess of Morton, the Countess of Macclesfield, and the Countess de Grey, to be Ladies of the Bedchamber to Her Royal Highness. The Hon. Mrs. Robert Bruce, the Hon. Mrs. William George Grey, the Hon. Mrs. Edward Coke, and the Hon. Mrs. Francis Stonor, to be Bedchamber Women to Her Royal Highness. March 24. Letters patent directed to be passed under the Great Seal of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, constituting and appointing the Most Noble Edward Adolphus, Duke of Somerset, K.G.; Vice-Adm. the Hon. Sir Frederick William Grey, K.C.B.; RearAdm. Sir Charles Eden, C.B.; Rear-Adm. Charles Frederick; Capt. the Hon. James Robert Drummond, C.B.; and Spencer Compton Cavendish, Esq. (commonly called Marquis of Hartington), to be H.M.'s Commissioners for executing the office of Lord High Admiral of the said United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, and the dominions, islands, and territories thereunto belonging. April 3. The Hon. and Rev. William John Brodrick, M.A., presented to the Deanery of the Cathedral Church of Exeter, void by the promotion of Dr.

Charles John Ellicott, late Dean thereof,

to the See of Gloucester and Bristol. April 28. 10th Hussars. — Gen. His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales, K.G., K.S.I., to be Colonel, rice Gen. the Earl Beauchamp, transferred to the 2nd Life Guards. May 1. The Right Hon. George Frederick Samuel, Earl de Grey and Ripon, to be one of H.M.'s Principal Secretaries of State for the War Department. -May 5. The Most Noble Edward Adolphus, Duke of Somerset, K.G.; ViceAdmiral the Hon. Sir Frederick William Grey, K.C.B.; Rear-Admiral Charles Eden, C.B.; Rear-Admiral Charles Frederick; Captain the Hon. James Robert Drummond, C.B.; and James Stansfeld, the younger, Esq., to be H.M.'s Commissioners for executing the office of Lord High Admiral of the said United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, and the

dominions, islands, and territories thereunto belonging. The Right Hon. Robert Montgomery, Lord Belhaven, K.T., to be H.M.'s High Commissioner to the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland. June 19. The dignity of an Earl of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland granted to Edward Adolphus, Duke of Somerset, K.G., and the heirs male of his body lawfully begotten, by the name, style, and title of Earl St. Maur, of Berry Pomeroy, in the county of Devon. July 7. The Hon. Adelaide Cavendish to be one of H.M.'s Maids of Honour in Ordinary, in the room of the Hon. Victoria Alexandrina Stuart-Wortley, resigned. H.R.H. the Prince of Wales, K.G., to be Capt.-Gen. and Col. of the Hon. Artillery Company of London. Mr. Henry Pendock St. George Tucker, of the Bombay Civil Service, to be a Judge of the High Court at Bombay. Aug. 11. Capt. H.S.H. the Prince of Leiningen, R.N., to be an ordinary member of the Civil Division of the Second Class, or Knights Commanders, of the Most Hon. Order of the Bath. Robert Montgomery, Lord Belhaven, K.T., to be Lieut. and Sheriff-Principal of the shire of Lanark, in the room of William Alexander Anthony Archibald, Duke of Hamilton, deceased. The dignity of Knighthood of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland granted unto James Coxe, of Kinellan, co. Edinburgh, Doctor of Medicine, one of the Commissioners of the General Board of Lunacy for Scotland. The like dignity granted to Goldsworthy Gurney, Esq., of Bude, co. Cornwall. Aug. 14. Sir James Hudson, K.C.B., H.M.'s Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary to the King of o; to be an Ordinary Member of the Civil Division of the First Class, or Knights Grand Cross, of the Most Hon. Order of the Bath. James Douglas, Esq., C.B., Governor and Commander-in-Chief in and over Vancouver's Island and the Colony of British Columbia, to be an Ordinary Member of the Civil Division of the Second Class, or Knights Commanders, of the said Most Hon. Order. Miss Emma Lascelles to be one of H.M.'s Maids of Honour in Ordinary, in the room of the Hon. Adelaide Cavendish, resigned. Aug. 18. The Hon. Lucy Caroline Lyttelton to be one of H.M.'s Maids of Honour in Ordinary, in the room of the Hon. Beatrice Byng, resigned.

- Aug. 28. Sir James Plaistow Wilde, Knight, one of the Barons of the Court of Exchequer, to be Judge of H.M.'s Court of Probate. Sept. 12. The Hon. Henry George Elliot to be H.M.'s Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary to the King of Italy. Sept. 17. Sir Henry Barkly, K.C.B., to be Governor and Commander-in-Chief in and over the Island of the Mauritius and its dependencies. Sept. 22. Major Robert Miller Mundy to be Lieut.-Governor of the Island of Grenada. Sept. 26. The Right Rev. Walter John Trower, D.D., to the Bishopric of Gibraltar, in the room of the Right Rev. George Tomlinson, D.D., deceased. Sept. 30. John Alexander, Earl of Hopetoun, to be Lieutenant and SheriffPrincipal of the shire of Linlithgow, in the room of Archibald John, Earl of Rosebery, K.T., resigned. Oct. 2. Gillery Pigott, Esq., Serjt.-atLaw, to be one of the Barons of the Court of Exchequer, in the room of Sir James Plaistow Wilde, Knight, Judge of H.M.'s Court of Probate. Sir Roundell Palmer, Knight, to be H.M.'s Attorney-General, vice Sir William Atherton, resigned. Robert Porrett Collier, Esq., to be H.M.'s Solicitor-General, vice Sir R. Paliner. Oct. 4. Arthur Edward Kennedy, Esq., C.B., to be Governor and Commander-inChief in and over the Island of Vancouver and its dependencies. Oct. 23. Major-Gen. Burke Cuppage to be Lieut.-Governor of the Island of Jersey, in the room of Major-Gen. Sir Robert Percy Douglas, Bart., resigned. Nov. 1. The honour of Knighthood conferred upon Gillery Pigott, Esq., one of the Barons of H.M.'s Court of Exchequer. Nov. 6. Henry Mills, Esq., one of

H.M.'s Counsel learned in the Law, to be a Judge of the High Court of Judicature at Fort William, in Bengal. Nov. 13. His Highness Seramudi Rajahye, Hindostan Raj-Rajender Sree Maharajah Dheeraj Sewaee Ram Sing, Bahadoor of Jyepore, and his Highness Furzund Dilbund Rasekool Itahgad Dowlut-i-Englishia Rajah Suroop Sing, Bahadoor of Jheend, to be Knights of the Most Exalted Order of the Star of India. Nov. 15. The Very Rev. Richard Chenevix Trench, D.D., Dean of Westminster, to be Archbishop of Dublin, in the room of the Most Rev. Richard Whately, deceased. The Rev. Arthur Penrhyn Stanley, D.D., Regius Professor of Ecclesiastical History at Oxford, Canon of Christ Church, Honorary Chaplain in Ordinary to the Queen, and Examining Chaplain to the Bishop of London, to be Dean of Westminster. Dec. 1. The Rev. Addington Robert Peel Venables, M.A., to be Bishop of the See of Nassau (Bahama Islands), in the room of the Right Rev. Dr. Charles Caulfield, deceased. Dec. 8. The Right Hon. Sir John Laird Mair Lawrence, Bart., G.C.B., K.S.I., to be H.M.'s Viceroy and Governor-General of India, in the room of the Earl of Elgin, deceased. At the Court at Windsor, the 8th of December, 1863:—Present—The Queen's Most Excellent Majesty in Council. This day His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales was, by Her Majesty’s command, introduced into the Privy Council, where His Royal Highness took his place at the upper end of the Board. The Right Hon. Sir William Gibson Craig, Bart., the Lord Clerk Register and Keeper of the Signet in Scotland, was, by Her Majesty's command, also sworn of Her Majesty’s Most Honourable Privy Council.

SHERIFFS FOR ENGLAND AND WALES.

ENGLAND.

(Except Cornwall and Lancashire.)

BEDFordshire—Benjamin Helps Starey, of Milton Ernest, Esq.
BERKSHIRE—James Blyth, of Woolhampton House, near Newbury, Esq.
BUCKs—Philips Crosby Lovett, of Liscombe House, Esq.
CAMBRIDGESHIRE AND HUNTs—D. Onslow, of Great Staughton, Esq.
CHESHIRE–Sir Charles Watkin Shakerley, of Somerford Park, Bart.
CUMBERLAND—William Nicholson Hodgson, of Newby Grange, Carlisle, Esq.
DERBYsh.IRE—Sir Henry Flower Every, of Eggington, Bart.
DEvoNSHIRE–George Stucley Stucley, of Hartland Abbey, Bideford, Bart.
DoRSETSHIRE–George Whieldon, of Wyke Hall, Gillingham, Esq.

DURHAM—John Richard Westgarth Hildyard, of Horsley, Esq.
Essex—George Palmer, of Nazing, Esq.
Gloucestershire–Philip William Skynner Miles, of King's Weston, Esq.
HEREFon Dsh IRE-William Bridgman, of Weston-under-Penyard, Esq.
HERtfordship E—Samuel Richard Block, of Greenhill-grove, Esq.
KENT—Samuel Long, of Bromley-hill, Esq.
LEICEs.TERsh IRE-John Martin, of Whatton House, Esq.
LINcoLNs HIRE–George Charles Uppleby, of Barrow, ..",
Mon Mouthshire—Henry Martyn Kennard, of Crumlin Hall, Esq.
Norfolk—Joseph Stonehewer Scott Chad, of Thursford, Esq.
NoFTHAMPTONsh IRE-George Ashby Ashby, of Naseby, Esq.
North UMBERLAND–Watson Askew, of Pallinsburn, Esq.
Notti NGHAMSHIRE—John Henry Manners Sutton, of Kellam, Esq.
Oxfordshire–Thomas Taylor, of Aston House, Esq.
RUTLAND–The Hon. Henry Lewis Noel, of Exton Park.
SHRopshire–Thomas Charlton Whitmore, of Apley Park, Esq.
SoMERSETsh IRE-George Treweeke Scobell, of Kingwell, Esq.
County of SouTHAMPTON.—Melville Portal, of Laverstoke House, Esq.
STAFFoRDsh IRE-Thomas Bagnall, of West Bromwich, Esq.
SUFFolk—John William Brooke, of Sibton Park, Esq.
SURREY—Lewis Lloyd, of Monk’s Orchard, near Croydon, Esq.
Sussex—John Charles Fletcher, of Dale Park, Arundel, Esq.
WARwickshire—Charles Marriott Caldecott, of Holbrook Grange, Esq.
WESTMoRELAND–William Wilson, of High Park, near Kendal, Esq.
WILTshire—Thomas Fraser Grove, of Fern, Esq.
WoRCESTERs HIRE–Richard Hemming, of Bentley Manor, Bromsgrove, Esq.
YohksHIRE—John Hope Barton, of Stapleton Park, near Pontefract, Esq.

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1.—AN ACCOUNT OF THE GROSS PUBLIC INCOME OF THE UNITED KINGDOM OF GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND,

In the Year ended the 31st day of December, 1863, and of the actual Issues of Payments within the same period, exclusive of the sums applied to the Redemption of Funded or paying off Unfunded Debt, and of the Advances and Repayments for Local Works, &c.

INCOME.

Taxes (Land and Assessed) .

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Total Revenue

#2 s. d 23,421,000 0 0 17,745,000 0 0 9,252,000 0 0 3,208,000 0 0 9,806,000 0 0 3,800,000 0 0 302,500 0 0

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MISCELLANEous:— £ s. d.

Produce of the Sale of Old Stores,
and other Military and Naval extra
Receipts - - - - . 704,572 9 8
Amount received from the Reve-
nues of India on account of the
effective and non-effective charges
of British Troops serving in that
country - - - - . 993,000 0 0
Allowance out of Profits of Issue re-
ceived from the Bank of England,
per Act 24 Vict. c. 3 . - . 131,578 0 0
Miscellaneous Receipts, including Im-
prest and other Moneys . - . 857,634 1
China War Indemnity - . 212,335 0 0

2,899,120 5 9

Civil List . - - - -

Annuities and Pensions - - -
Salaries and Allowances . - -
Diplomatic Salaries and Pensions -
Courts of Justice - - - -

Miscellaneous Charges -

SUPPLY SERVICES:—

Army - - - - - -
Navy - - - - - -
Miscellaneous Civil Services - -

Salaries, &c., of Revenue Departments
Packet Service . - - - -
Kertch and Yenikale Prize Money .

405,712 17 2

301,823
178,751
169,684
687,491
198,732

15,021,481
10,491,596
7,701,764
4,541,732
908,082
85,925

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Total Ordinary Expenditure
Expenses of Fortifications provided for by Money raised per
Acts 23 and 24 Vict. c. 109, and 25 and 26 Wict. c. 78 .

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