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burial-ground of Salem Chapel, within three yards of the day-school: and that, from and after the first day of January, one thousand eight hundred and sixty (with the exception of vaults and brick graves which were in existence on the thirty-first of August, one thousand eight hundred and fifty-eight, and which can be opened without disturbing soil that has been already buried in, and in which each coffin shall be separately entombed in brick or stone work properly cemented), in the Parish Churchyard. Darkington, Yorkshire. — In the parish church of Darrington, in the county of York. Devizes.—In the several churches and chapels within the parish of Devizes; and also in the churchyards of Saint John, and Saint Mary, and in the Independent, the Old Baptist, the Xvctc Baptist, the WesUyan, and Salem Burialgrounds, except so far as may be in accordance with the following regulations ; that no coffin be buried within one foot of any other coffin, or less than four feet below the surftice of the ground, unless in a vault or walled grave, in which each coffin shall be embedded in charcoal and separately entombed in an airtight manner; also, that no new grave be dug within three yards of any dwelling.

At the Court at Windsor, the 11th day of

January, 1859. The QUEEN'S Most Excellent Majesty in Council was pleased to order that the time for the discontinuance of burials in the churchyards and burial-grounds undermentioned be postponed as follows, viz.:

In the churchyard of St. John, Bacdp, in the parishes of Whalley and Rochdale, and in the Ebenezer and Irwell Terrace Chapel Burialgrounds, in that consolidated chapelry, from the first of January to the first of July, one thousand eight hundred and fifty-nine; in the present churchyard of Bower Chalk, Wilts, from the first of December last to this eleventh of January, one thousand eight hundred and fiftynine; in St. Bartholomew's Churchyard, in the Independent Chapelyard, in the Inghamite Burial-ground, and in the Wesleyan and Baptist Burial-grounds, all in Colne, in Whalley, from the first of January to the first of July, one thousand eight hundred and fifty-nine; in the churchyard of the parish of Egham, Snrrey, from the first of January to the first of April, one thousand eight hundred and fifty-nine; in the churchyard of the parish of Gillingham, Kent, from the first of January to the fifteenth of February, one thousand eight hundred and

fifty-nine; in the churchyard of Hexham, from the first of January to the first of June, one thousand eight hundred and fifty-nine; in the new part of the parish churchyard of Lymington, from the first of January to the first of February, one thousand eight hundred and fifty-nine; in the churchyard of Maltry, Yorkshire, from the first of February to the first of May, one thousand eight hundred and fifty-nine; in Christ Church Burial-ground, Every-street, Ancoats, in Manchester, from the thirty-first of December last, to the thirtyfirst of June, one thousand eight hundred and fifty-nine, on condition that all the regulations prescribed by certain Orders in Council of the seventh of December, one thousand eight hundred and fifty-five, and twenty-second of

October, one thousand eight hundred and fiftysix, in reference to this burial-ground, be strictly observed; in the churchyard, and in the General Baptist and Wesleyan Burial-grounds, Mount Sorrel, North-end, in the parish of Barrow on-Soar, from the first of February to the first of May, one thousand eight hundred and fifty-nine; in the parish churchyard of NewFort, Salop, from the first of January to the first of February, one thousand eight hundred and fifty-nine; in that portion of the Churchyard of Petersham, which was opened in the year one thousand eight hundred and one, and contains rather less than a quarter of an acre, from the first of January instant, to the first of January, one thousand eight hundred and sixty-two, subject to the Secretary of State's Regulations for New Burial Grounds; in St. Mary's Churchyard, in the Independent Chapel Burial-ground, in St. Mary's parish, in St. Peter's Church yard, in the two Baptist Burialgrounds in St. Peter's parish, in the Primitive Methodist and in the Calvinistic BaptistBurialgrounds, in St. Leonard's parish, and in Allhallow's Burial-ground, all in Wallingford, from the thirty-first of December last to the first of June, one thousand eight hundred and fifty-nine; in the churchyard of St. Andrew, and in the burial-grounds of the Independent and Baptist Chapels, in Whittlesey, from the first of January to the first of July, one thousand eight hundred and fifty-nine. And whereas by two Orders in Council of the second of December, one thousand eight hundred and fifty-seven, and twenty-sixth of February, one thousand eight hundred and fifty-eight, it was, amongst other things, ordered that from and after the first of December, one thousand eight hundred and fifty-eight, only one body should be buried in any common grave in the General Cemetery in the old parish of Birmingham, and in the Church of England Cemetery at Birmingham respectively, and it seems fit that the operation of the said Orders be in part postponed; now, thereHer Majesty, by and with the advice of Her Privy Council, is pleased to order, and it is hereby ordered, that the operation of the said two Orders in Council, in so far as they direct only one body to be buried in any common grave in the two cemeteries above mentioned, be postponed until the first of July, one thousand eight hundred and fifty-nine.

And whereas by an Order in Council of the seventh of April, one thousand eight hundred and fifty-four, burials were directed to be discontinued in certain parts of the churchyard of St. Paul, Chichester, as therein mentioned, and certain regulations were made with respect to burials in the said churchyard, and it seems fit that the said Order be varied; now, therefore, Her Majesty, by and with the advice aforesaid, is pleased to order, and it is hereby ordered, that permission be granted for the use of now existing vaults and brick graves in the said churchyard, provided that, when required, they be opened without disturbing ground that has been already buried in ; that each coffin be embedded in four inches of powdered charcoal, and be separately entombed in brick or stonework properly cemented; and it is further ordered that permission be granted for the future interment of the Rev. Thomas Brown, the incumbent of the parish, and of his wife and children, in the said churchyard of St. Paul, Chichester.

And whereas, by an Order in Council of the thirty-first of July, one thousand eight hundred and fifty-eight, burials were directed to be discontinued from and after the first of February, one

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