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the year in which the same is appointed to be raised, the number deficient may be raised as soon as may be thereafter,

And it is thereby further enacted, that for the purpose of raising the number of men required to be raised under that Act, the lieutenants of the said several counties, ridings, and places should in the year one thousand eight hundred and fiftytwo, as soon as conveniently might be after the passing of that Act, and in the year one thousand eight hundred and fifty-three, at such time as Her Majesty should by Order made with the advice of Her Privy Council appoint for that purpose, direct their deputy lieutenants

the colonels commanding officers of the regiments, battalions, or corps of militia of their respective counties, ridings, and places, without delay to proceed to raise and enrol volunteers to serve for the term of five years in the militia of such counties, ridings, and places, not exceeding the number of men for the time being authorized to be therein raised under that Act.

Now, therefore, Her Majesty, by and with the advice of Her Privy Council, is pleased to order and appoint that the lieutenants of the said several counties, ridings, and places in the said Act mentioned shall, in the year one thousand eight hundred and fifty-three, as soon as conveniently may be after the first day of January one thousand eight hundred and fifty-three, direct their deputy lieutenants or the colonels or commanding officers of the regiments, battalions, or corps of militia of their respective counties, ridings, and places, without delay to proceed to raise and enrol volunteers to serve for the term of five years in the militia of such counties, ridings, and places, not exceeding the number of

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At the Court at Il'indsor-Castle,

January 3, 1853. Her Majesty having been graciously pleased to deliver the custody of the seals of the duchy and county palatine of Lancaster to the Right Honourable Edward Strutt, the oath of Chancellor of the duchy of Lancaster was this day, by Her Majesty's command, administered to him accordingly.

Windsor Castle, January 1, 1853. His Royal Highness Prince Albert has been pleased to appoint Captain the Honourable Dudley Charles Fitzgerald de Ros, of the 1st Life Guards, to be Equerry to his Royal Highness, vice Bouveric.

Foreign Office, December 31, 1852.
The Queen has been pleased to approve of
Mr. Winston J. Trowbridge as Consul at Bar-
badoes for the United States of America.

The Queen has also been pleased to approve of Mr. Gustav Heyn as Vice-Consul at Belfast for the Grand Duke of Mecklenburgh Schwerin.

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Borough of Hertford.
The Honourable William Francis Cowper, one of

the Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty.

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Town of Nottingham. The Right Honourable Edward Strutt, of King

stone Hall, in the county of Nottingham, Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster.

City of Carlisle. The Right Honourable Sir James Robert George

Graham, Bart., First Lord Commissioner of the Admiralty

January 4, 1853.

City of London. The Right Honourable John Russell, commonly

called Lord John Russell, one of Her Majesty's Principal Secretaries of State.

Commission signed by the Lord Lieutenant of the

County of Pembroke. Henry Foley, Esq., to be Deputy Lieutenant.

Dated 31st December, 1852.

Commissions signed by the Lord Lieutenant of the

County Palatine of Chester. William Davenport Davenport, Esq., to be Deputy

Lieutenant. Dated 30th December, 1852. John Dixon, Esq., to be Deputy Lieutenant.

Dated 30th December, 1852. Egerton Leigh, jun. Esq., to be Deputy Lieutenant.

Dated 30th December, 1852. Thomas William Tatton, Esq., to be Deputy

Lieutenant. Dated 30th December, 1852. Lee Porcher Townshend, Esq., to be Deputy Lieu

tenant. Dated 30th December, 1852. William Jackson, Esq., M.P., to be Deputy Lieu

tenant. Dated 20th December, 1852.

Commission signed by the Lord Lieutenant of the

County of Radnor.

Royal Radnor Militia. Lawrence Henry Peel, Esq., to be Captain, vice:

Severn, resigned. Dated 23rd December, 1852.

Commission signed by the Lord Lieutenant of the

County of Sussex. Royal Sussex Light Infantry Reyiment of Militia. Allen Duke, Gent., to be Surgeon. Dated 27th

December, 1852.

Commissions signed by the Lord Lieutenant of the

Tower Hamlets.

Queen's Own Regiment of Tower Hamlets Militia. Edward Horlock Mortimer, Esq., to be Captain,

vice Lovegrove, deceased. Dated 28th December, 1852.

King's Own Light Infantry Regiment of Militia. Benjamin Clarke, Gent., to be Assistant-Surgeon.

Dated 30th December, 1852.

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