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OTHER STATE INTELLIGENCE
FOR THE YEAR 1857.
IN TWO PARTS.
COMPILED AND ARRANGED FROM THE OFFICIAL DOCUMENTS
PUBLISHED IN THE LONDON GAZETTE.
BY T. L. BEHAN,
PART I.- JANUARY TO JUNE.
PRINTED BY HARRISON AND SONS,
LONDON GAZETTE of JANUARY 2,
AT the Court at Windsor, the 29th day of
December, 1856. MHE QUEEN'S Most Excellent Majesty in
the schemes duly prepared (as set forth in this Gazette) by the Ecclesiastical Commissioners for England
For effecting an exchange of the patronage of the perpetual curacy of Saint Paul, Buttershaw, in the county of York, and diocese of Ripon, for the patronage of the perpetual curacy of Saint Michael and All Angels, Shelf, in the same county and diocese; and for augmenting the income of the minister or incumbent of the said last-mentioned perpetual curacy.
For determining the portion of the improved value to be made payable to the said Commissioners in a certain lease of a coal mine, about to be granted by the perpetual curate of Saint James, Over Darwen, in the parish of Blackburn, and county of Lancaster. 1857.
At the Court at Windsor, the 29th day of
December, 1856. The QUEEN'S Most Excellent. Majesty in Council was pleased to order and direct, upon a Report from the General Board of Health, dated the 10th day of December, 1856, that from and after the date of this Order, “ The Public Health Act, 1848," and every part thereof, except the section numbered 50 in the copies of that Act, printed by Her Majesty's printers, shall be applied to and be put in force within and throughout the entire area, places, and parts of places comprised within the boundaries of the township of Bradford, in the parish of Manchester, in the county palatine of Lancaster, and that such area, places, and parts of places, shall be and constitute a district for the purposes of the said Public Health Act accordingly.
At the Court at Windsor, the 29th day of
December, 1856. The QUEEN'S Most Excellent Majesty in Council was pleased to order with reference to the representations made by the Right Honourable Sir George Grey, Bart., one of Her Majesty's Principal Secretaries of State (as set forth in this Gazette), that burials in the undermentioned parishes shall be discontinued, with the following modifications, from and after the twelfth day of January next (except as is herein otherwise directed), as follows, viz.BAKEWELL.— Within the Parish Church, and also
within five yards of all dwelling-houses, and three yards of the public roads; and from and after the first day of July, one thousand eight hundred and fifty-nine, in the churchyard, with the exception of now existing vaults, which can
be opened without disturbing soil that has been already buried in, and that each coffin be imbedded in a layer of powdered charcoal, four iaches thick, and be separately entombed in brick or stone work properly cemented. HEANOR. -In the Parish Church, in the Congregational Chapel Marlpool, and Baptist Chapel Langley Mill, also within three yards of the walls of the Wesleyan Chapel and Sunday School, of the Baptist Chapel Heanor Common, and of the Baptist Chapel Langley Mill, and of the Sunday School; and from and after the first day of January, one thousand eight hundred and fiftyeight (with the exception of vaults, and brick graves, which can be opened without disturbing soil that has been already buried in, and in which each coffin shall be imbedded in a layer of powdered charcoal four inches thick, and be separately entombed), in the Parish Churchyard, and Congregational Chapel Burial-ground Marlpool; and that in all the above burialgrounds with the exception of vaults and family graves only one body be buried in each grave. WRExhau.—In the Parish Church, and also (except in now existing vaults and brick graves in which each coffin shall be imbedded in charcoal and separately entombed in an airtight manner), in the Old Churchyard ; also in the New Parish Burial-ground or Additional Churchyard, and in the Dissenters' Burialground, except in vaults and brick graves used with the above-named precautions, and in graves not less than five feet deep, which can be opened without exposure of remains. Glossop.-In the Parish Church, and with the exception of now existing vaults and brick graves) in the ancient part of the churchyard, and from and after the first day of July, one thousand eight