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other relief in the premises as to the House shall seem meet and the nature of the case require.

I do hereby give notice, that the House has appointed Tuesday the 22d day of April next, at three of the clock in the afternoon, to take the said petition into consideration.

Given under my hand the 7th day of March 1828,

CHARLES MANNERS SUTTON, Speaker.

COUNTY OF WESTMEATH.-ELECTION PETITION.

Whereas the Chairman of the Select Committee appointed by the House of Commons to try and determine the merits of the petition of Ralph Smyth and others, complaining of an undue election and return for the county of Westmeath; and also the petition of Sir Richard Nagle and others, freeholders, who were admitted parties, in the room of Hugh Morgan Tuite, Esq. did, on the 3d day of May 1827, inform the House, that the said Select Committee had made an order for the nomination and appointment of Commissioners to examine evidence in Ireland, respecting all matters and things referred to the said Commissioners:

And whereas, I have this day received a copy of the minutes of the proceedings of the said Commissioners, under their hands and seals :

Now I do hereby, and by virtue of an Act, passed in the forty-second year of the reign of His late Majesty King George the Third, intituled "An Act "for regulating the trial of controverted elections 66 or returns of Members to serve in the United Par"liament for Ireland," direct the aforesaid Select Committee to re-assemble and meet again upon Monday the 7th day of April next, at eleven of the clock

in the forenoon, to take the proceedings of the said Commissioners into consideration, for which this shall be, to the aforesaid Select Committee, a sufficient warrant.

Given under my hand this 11th day of March 1828,

CHARLES MANNERS SUTTON, Speaker.

FROM THE

LONDON GAZETTE of MARCH 14,
1828.

At the Court at Windsor, the 5th day of February

1828,

PRESENT,

The KING's Most Excellent Majesty in Council.

THIS day the Right Honourable Thomas Frankland Lewis was, by His Majesty's command, sworn of His Majesty's Most Honourable Privy Council, and took his seat at the Board accordingly.

At the Court at Windsor, the 13th day of February 1828,

PRESENT,

"The KING's Most Excellent Majesty in Council,

This day the Right Honourable Rowland Lord Hill was, by His Majesty's command, sworn of His Majesty's Most Honourable Privy Council, and took his seat at the Board accordingly.

FROM THE

LONDON GAZETTE of MARCH 18,
1828.

Colonial-Office, March 17, 1828.

THE King has been pleased to appoint MajorGeneral Sir James Lyon, K. C. B. to be Governor and Commander in Chief of the Island of Barbadoes.

Whitehall, March 18, 1828.

The King has been pleased to appoint ViceAdmiral the Right Honourable Sir George Cockburn, G. C. B.; Sir George Clerk, Bart.; George Charles Pratt, Esq. (commonly called Earl of Brecknock); and Rear-Admiral Sir Edward William Campbell Rich Owen, K. C. B.; to be Members of the Council of His Royal Highness the Lord High Admiral of the United Kingdom.

Crown-Office, March 18, 1828.
MEMBER returned to serve in this present
PARLIAMENT.

Town and Port of Sandwich.

Sir Edward William Campbell Rich Owen, K. C. B. Rear-Admiral of the Blue Squadron of His Majesty's Fleet, and Councillor to the Lord High Admiral.

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FROM THE

LONDON GAZETTE of MARCH 21,
1828.

Lord Chamberlain's-Office, March 21, 1828. NOTICE is hereby given, that His Majesty will hold a Levee at St. James's-Palace, on Thursday next the 27th instant, at two o'clock.

Lord Chamberlain's-Office, March 21, 1828.

REGULATIONS

TO BE OBSERVED AT THE KING'S LEVEE, AT ST. JAMES'S-PALACE.

The Noblemen and Gentlemen who propose to attend the Levee to be held on Thursday the 27th instant, are requested to bring with them two cards with their names thereon written, one to be left with the King's Page in attendance in the Presence-Chamber, and the other to be delivered to the Lord in Waiting, who will announce the name to His Majesty. And those Gentlemen who are to be presented are hereby informed, it is absolutely necessary that their names, with the name of the Gentleman who is to present them, should be sent in to the Lord Chamberlain's-Office on Wednesday the 26th instant, before twelve o'clock, in order that they may be submitted for the King's approbation, it being His Majesty's command, that no presentation shall hereafter be made at the Levee, but in conformity with the above regulations.

The state apartments will not be open for the reception of company coming to Court, until one o'clock.

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