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FROM THE

SUPPLEMENT

TO THE

LONDON GAZETTE of JANUARY 11, 1859.

By the QUEEN.
A PROCLAMATION.

VICTORIA, R.

WHEREAS Our Parliament stands prorogued to Thursday the thirteenth day of this instant January; We, with the advice of Our Privy Council, do hereby publish and declare, that the said Parliament shall be further prorogued, on the said thirteenth day of January instant, to Thursday the third day of February next; and We have given order to Our Chancellor of that part of Our United Kingdom called Great Britain to prepare a Commission for proroguing the same accordingly: and We do hereby further, with the advice aforesaid, declare Our royal will and pleasure, that the said Parliament shall, on the said Thursday the third day of February next, assemble and be holden for the dispatch of divers urgent and important affairs: and the Lords Spiritual and Temporal, and the Knights, Citizens, and Burgesses, and the Commissioners for Shires and Burghs of the House of Commons, are hereby required and commanded to give their attendance accordingly, at Westminster, on the said Thursday the third day of February next.

Given at Our Court, at Windsor, this eleventh day of January, in the year of oar Lord, one thousand eight hundred and fifty-nine, and in the twenty-second year of Our reign.

GOD save the QUEEN.

FROM THE

LONDON GAZETTE of JANUARY 14, 1859.

AT the Court at Windsor, the 11th day of January, 1859.

The QUEEN'S Most Excellent Majesty in Council was pleased to order, pursuant to the provisions of the Act passed in the session of Parliament holden in the third and fourth years of the reign of his late Majesty King William the Fourth, intituled "An Act for the appointment of convenient plases for the holding of assizes in England and Wales," and by and with the advice of Her Most Honourable Privy Council, that assizes for the dispatch of civil business, in and for the county of Warwick, shall in future be holden both at Warwick and at Birmingham, in the said county of Warwick, on the same circuit.

At the Court at Windsor, the 11th day of January, 1859.

The QUEEN'S Most Excellent Majesty in Council was pleased to order, that from and after the thirty-first day of January, one thousand eight hundred and fifty-nine:

The chapelry of Tanfield and the townships of Collierley and Kyo, now in the district of the County Court of Durham, holden at Durham, shall be in the district of the County Court of Durham, holden at Shotley Bridge;

The parishes of Tivetshall St. Mary, Tivetshall St. Margaret, and Dickleburgh, now in the District of the County Court of Suffolk, holden at Eye, shall be in the district of the County Court of Norfolk, holden at Harleston;

The Ecclesiastical District of Widnes Dock, now in the district of the County Court of Cheshire, holden at Runcorn, shall be in the district of the County Court of Lancashire, holden at St. Helens.

The township of Morton Grange, now in the district of the County Court of Durham, holden at Seaham Harbour, shall be in the district of the County Court of Durham, holden at Durham.

The parish of West Wickham, now in the district of the County Court of Essex, holden at Saffron Walden, shall be in the district of the County Court of Suffolk, holden at Haverhill.

The chapelry of Kentmere, now in the district of the County Court of Westmoreland, holden at Kirkby Kendal, shall be in the district of the County Court of Westmoreland, holden at Ambleside.

At the Court at Windsor, the 11th day of
January, 1859.

The QUEEN'S Most Excellent Majesty in Council was pleased to approve of the bye-laws submitted by the Corporation of the Guild or Brotherhood of Masters and Pilots, Seamen of the

thousand eight hundred and ufty-nine, in the Churchyard, with the exception oi now existing; vaults and brick graves, which can be opened without the disturbance of soil that has been already buried in, and in which each coffin shall be separately entombed in an air-tight manner, and of now existing family earthen graves, in which no body be interred without a covering of four feet of earth, measuring from the top of the coffin to the ordinary level of the ground, and in which the only bodies to be buried shall be those of widowers and widows of persons already interred therein, and also with the exception of reserved grave spaces. Kirrt MisPerton.—In the church of Kirby Misperton; and on the first day of July, one thousand eight hundred and fifty-nine, in the Churchyard, except in vaults and walled graves, in which each coffin shall be entombed in an air-tight manner, and in other graves not less thar. five feet deep, which can be opened without ihe disturbance of remains. Welsh Bicknor, Hereford.—In the church of Welsh Bicknor, Herefordshire. NewPort, Monmouthshire.—In the Welsh Baptist and Ebenezer Burial-grounds, Newport, except for members of the families of those already buried therein respectively, no grave to be less than five feet deep, nor opened unless free from water and remains to that depth. HolmFirth, Xirkrurton.—In Holy Trinity Church, Holmfirth, in the parish of Kirkburton, also in the // esleyan Chapel Burial-ground, Hadedge, within three yards of the day school; and from and after the first day of December, one thousand eight hundred and fifty-nine, in Holmfirth Churchyard.

Also Otley, Yorkshire.—In the parish church ot Otley, in the county of York, and in the

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