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everywhere so largely contribute to the happiness of yonr Majesty's faithful subjects, and add fresh stability to the throne.

As the descendant of one of the oldest ruling families of Hindostan, and the acknowledged faithful ally of the British Government, I desire permission to be one of the first to lay this, my humble tribute of loyalty, respect, and affection, at the foot of the throne of your Most Gracious Majesty. May the God of mankind shower his choicest blessings upon your Majesty and Family; and that long life, health, and happiness may be the portion of the mighty Sovereign of Great Britain, is the fervent and sincere prayer of, Madam, your Majesty's most humble and faithful servant and subject.

Syad Alunsoor Ullee.

Palace, Moorshedabad,
November 1, 1858.

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

The QUEEN'S Most Excellent Majesty in Council was pleased to approve and ratify the schemes duly prepared (as set forth in this Gazette) by the Ecclesiastical Commissioners for England—

For authorizing the sale of certain property formerly belonging to the prebend of Beaminster Secnnda, in the cathedral church of Salisbury, and now vested in the said Commissioners.

For authorizing the sale of certain property formerly belonging to the Bishop of Worcester, and now vested in the said Commissioners.

For authorizing the sale of certain property formerly belonging to the Prebend of Brondesbury, in the cathedral church of Saint Paul, London, and now vested in the said Commissioners.

For authorizing the sale of certain property formerly belonging to the Prebend of Chamberlayne Wood, in the cathedral church of Saint Paul, London and now vested in the said Commissioners.

For authorizing the sale of certain property formerly belonging to the Prebend of Mapesbury, in the cathedral church of Saint Paul, London, and now vested in the said Commissioners.

For authorizing the sale of certain property formerly belonging to the Prebend of Willesden, in the cathedral church of Saint Paul, London, and now vested in the snid Commissioners.

For making better provision for the cure of souls in the new parish of West Lavington, in the county of Sussex, and in the diocese of Chichester.

For authorizing the sale of certain property formerly belonging to the see of Lichfield, and now vested in the said Commissioners.

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

The QUEEN'S Most Excellent Majesty in Council was pleased to approve the representations duly prepared (as set forth in this Gazette) by the Ecclesiastical Commissioners for England, as to the assignment of district chapelries to—

The consecrated church of Saint John, situate in the district parish of the Holy Trinity, Tunbridge Wells, in the county of Kent, and in the diocese of Canterbury, to be named "The District Chapelry of Saint John, Tunbridge Wells."

The consecrated church of Saint John the John the Baptist, situate at Atherton, in the parish of Leigh, in the county of Lancaster, and in the diocese of Manchester, to be named " The District Chapelry of Atherton."

The consecrated church of Saint John, situate at Knowle, in the parish of Hampton-in-Arden, in the county of Warwick, and in the diocese of Worcester, to be named "The District Chapelry of Knowle."

The consecrated church called Christ Church, situate at West Hartlepool, in the parish of Stranton, in the county of Durham, and in the diocese of Durham, to be named "The District Chapelry of Christ Church, West Hartlepool."

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

The QUEEN'S Most Excellent Majesty in Council was pleased to approve and ratify the scheme duly prepared (as set forth in this Gazette) by the Ecclesiastical Commissioners for England—

For substituting a money payment to the Prebendary of the prebend of Wiveliscomh, in the cathedral church of Wells, for the property belonging to such prebend.

(67).

Board of Trade, Whitehall, January 17, 1859. The Right Honourable the Lords of the Committee of Privy Council for Trade and Plantations have received, through the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, a copy of a Despatch from Her Majesty's Consul at Koenigsberg, stating that a Decree has been issued by the Prussian Government fixing, as follows, the harbour dues to be paid by sea-going vessels, for the river Pregel:

per Prusiian
last.
s.g. pf.

Vessels arriving or departing, with cargo 5 6

in ballast. 2 9

(53.)

Board of Trad8 W-"ha",
January 17, 1859.

THE Right Honourable the Lords of the Committee of Privy Council for Trade and Plan-
tations have received through the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, a copy of a Despatch
from Her Majesty's Ambassador at Paris, enclosing copy of a French Imperial Decree, fixing,
as follows, the import duties upon the under-mentioned articles:—

per 100 kiloi.

Train Oil Scourings same duty as all other sorts of grease.

Sago and Salep, imported in French vessels directly from India or the French colo-
nies of America ...
Sesame Seed, imported from the Western Coast of Africa, in French vessels

Cinchona Bark:

From the entrepots, in French ships ...

From any country, in foreign ships ... ... ... ...

Sarsaparilla:

Sfrom Senegal and French Guiana from elsewhere, out of Europe ... from the entrepots

In foreign vessels

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Florence Iris Root Aloes:

J from countries out of Europe [from the entrepots

J from countries out of Europe \ from the entrepots

By French vessels
By foreign vessels
Gum Benzoin:

By French vessels
By foreign vessels

Copahu: f from countries out of Europe

By French vessels {from the entrepots .

By foreign vessels
Cotton Manufactures, imported from the East Indies, by French vessels
Cabinet Woods of all kinds, except those from the French colonies and from Senegal
In billets or blocks, or sawn ( by French ships from the entrepots
more than' decimetres <
in thickness ... ... ( by foreign vessels

'„ . , _ t — - ifrom countries out of Europe

Sawn to not less than' decimetres in thickness

, ( by foreign vessels

r, , , (from countries out of Europe > \ by French vessels jfrom the entre^ta

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