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Neave, Richard, Esq., Secretary and Register to Chelsea Hose

pital, 233.
Netherlands, King of the, audience of the Minister froin,

with the Regent, to deliver letter of congratulation on the

Marriage of Princess Mary, 287.
Neuffer, General De, Minister from the Court of Wurtem.

berg, delivers bis credentials to the Prince Regent, 160,
Newman, E. L., Master Extraordinary in Chancery, 372.
Nevil, Robert, Master Extraordinary in Chancery, 257.
Nicholas, Captain, J. T., Royal Navy, permission to accept

and wear Sicilian Order, 306,
North, William, Esq., Apothecary to Chelsea Hospital, 220.
Norwood, Francis, Master Extraordinary in Chancery, 43.
Nuttall, Joba, Master Extraordinary in Chancery, 218.

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Ochterlony, Major General Sir David, dispatches from, de-

tailing the operations of the troops under his command, in
the attack on the Heights near Muckwampore in India, 240,

with return of killed and wounded, ibid,
Ogle, Admiral, Sir C., Baronetcy, 11,
Ormonde and Ossory, Earl of, Irish Marquess, by the

Title of Marquess of Ormonde, 14.
D' Osmonde, Marquess, Minister from the Court of France,
delivers bis letters of credence, 20 ; first private audience
with the Queen, 105; delivers a letter of congratulation

op the Marriage of the Princess Charlotte, 184.
Otway, Colonel Sir L. W., permission to accept and wear

Spanish Order of Charles the Third, 126.
Owen, Captain Sir E. W. C.R.-K. C. B., Knighthood, 126.
Owen, Rev. C., Chaplain to the Duke of York, 305.

P.

Palmedo, A. Esq., Consul in the Island of Corsica, 328.
Pardon and Reward offered by the Prince Regent, for ap-

prehension of persons baving robbed the Custom House
at Greenock, 43; for setting fire to the Barn of Mr. W.
Fisher, of Terrington, Norfolk, 44; for setting fire to wheat
stacks of Mr. George Palmer, of Town Malling, Kent, 64;
for setting fire to the Barn of Mr. Grigby, at Drinkston, in
the County of Suffolk, 111; for setting fire to the Barn of Mr.
Nottage, at Henham, in the County of Essex, 124 ; for the
apprehension of persons sending threatening letters, 148;
for setting fire to the Barn, &c. of Thomas Gooch, Esq. at
Godalmin, 186; for sending threatening letters to the Rev,

G. Leapinwell,

G. Leapinwell, Curate of Good Easter, Essex, 193; for
breaking into the Lace Manufactury of Messrs. Heathcoat
and Boden, Loughboro', 197 ; for setting fire to the Pre-
mises of Mr. Dunkin, in Aldersgate-Street, 215; for fire-
ing at Police Officers at Edinburgh, 232 ; for sending threat-
ening Letters to Mr. J. Walker, of Bilstone, 257; for set-
ting fire to bay stacks, of T. Thurnall and Sons, at Dan-
ford, Cambridgeshire, 290 ; for setting fire to the Barn of
H. Whittington, Esq. Broadwater, Herts, 312 ; for setting
on fire the Barn of G. H. Tugwell, Esq. Westwood, Wilt-
shire, 338, for the Murder of T. Hanson, a gamekeeper at
Silsden, Yorkshire, 349; for J. Watson, Juu, on suspicion
of Murder, 364; for sending threatening Letters to and
destroying Flour Mills of Mr. F. Head, Chippenham, Wilts,
365; for setting fire to a Wheat Stack of Mr. W. Down-
ing, of Denton, Lincolnshire, 366 ; for setting fire to a
Grist Mill of R. Gordon, Esq. at Over Compton, Dorsetshire,
376; for firing at Mr. C. Tadman, of Higham, Kent, 377 ;
for breaking into the Premises of C. J. Clavering, Esq.
at Hexbam, Northumberland, 378; for setting fire to a
Barley Stack of Mr. J. Briggs, of Ossington, Nottingham,
332; for setting fire to the Farm of Mr. J. Overall, Wake-

ley, Hertfordshire, 381.
Parh, J. A. Esq., Judge of the Court of Common Pleas, 13,

Knighthood, 129.
Parke, John, Esq., Consul for the Roman States, 358.
Parliament, notice from the Speaker, of his intention to ise

sue his warrant to the Clerk of the Crown in Ireland, to
make out a writ for the Connty of Wicklow, 2; notice from
the Clerk of the Crown in Ireland, of the issue of writs for
the election of three Temporal Peers, 3; speech of the
Lords Commissioners to both flouses, February 1, 1816-17,
Royal assent given to Acts of, 38, 45, 56, 65, 73, 105;
132, 152, 156, 157, 161, 163, 165, 193, 197, and 204;
prorogation of, by the Prince Regent, and bis speech to
both Houses, 203; notice from the Speaker of the issue of
his warrant, for the election of a Member for the Borough
of Whitchurch, 249; for the election of a Member for the
County of Lincoln, 258; the like for the City of Glout-
cester, 260; ditto for the Borough of Portsmouth and Dun-
wich, 266, 267; for the Borough of Wilton, 309; for the
County of Worcester, 328; dilio City of Worcester, 359 ;-

Prorogations of Parliament, 249, 30, 354.
Parliament, Members returned to serve in, 13, 34, 37, 39,

46, 47, 50, 56, 61, 67, 68, 69, 78, 82, 106, 123, 131,
147, 148, 217, 218, 219, 229, 230, 235, 257, 805, 308,

310, 349, and 379.
Perceval, W. Esq., Capt. Royal Navy, permission to accept
and wear Austrian Order of Leopold, 54.

Percy,

Percy, Rev. Hugh, Prebend of Canterbury, 73.
Percy, Lord A., English Barony, by the Title of Lord

Prudhoe, 256.
Perkins, Rev. Dr. J., Chaplain in ordinary to His Ma.

jesty, 193.
Pickmore, Vice Admiral, Governor of Newfoundland, 128.
Poe, Captain E. T., permission to accept and wear Spanish

Order of Charles the Third, 147.
Portugal, Court of, audience of the Minister from, with the

Prince Regeut, to deliver a letter announcing the Death of
the Queen of Portugal, 185; the like with Her Majesty,
212; order for a general court mourning for the Queen of
Portugal, 220; Monsieur De Friere delivers his letter of
recall, and the Count De Palnsella bis credentials, 300 ;

his audience with the Queen, 357.
Powell, E. W. Esq., Lieutenant of the County of Cardi-

gan, 314.
Prevost, Lieutenant-General Sir G., grant of Arms to his

Family, 262.
Probyn, Thomas, Esq., Governor of the Island of St. Chris-

topher, Nevis and the Virgin Islands, 28.
Prussia, audience of the Minister from, with the Prince Re-

gent, 255.

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Quarantine, order in Council for enforcing the performance

of, hy ships coming from and through the Mediterranea,

within the Streights of Gibraltar, 29; revocation of, 355..
Queen's Drawing Rooms, notice of, 49, 65, 112, 313.

R.

Radford, Henry, Master Extraordinary in Chancery, 231.
Ramsay, Major-General George William, Governor of the

Island of Antigua and Montserrat, 28.
Rawlisnon, .). R. F. Master Extraordinary in Chancery, 148.
Riall, Major-General P., Governor of the Island of Gre-

nada, 33.
Richards, Thomas William, Esq., Consul at Nantes, 262.
Richmond, Duke of, takes the oaths on his appointment of

Lord-Lientenant of the County of Sussex, 20.
Righley, J. J. W., Master Extraordinayy in Chancery, 249.
Robertson, Colonel G. D., permission to accept and wear Au-

strian Order of Leopold, 53.
Robertson, Gilbert, Consul at Philadelphia, 256.
Robinson, Major-General, Sir F.P. K. C. B., Governor of
the Island of Tobago, 28.

Roche,

Roche, Licutenant-Colonel P. K., permission to accept and

wear Spanish Order, 63; Knighthood, 129.
Rolt, Major, permission to accept and wear Portuguese Order

of the Tower and Sword, 363.
Rooke, H. W. Esq., Gentleman Usher and Quarterly Waiter

to the Queen, 70.
Ross, Major-General R., His Family to be called Ross, of

Bladensberg, 150.
Ross, Major A., permission to accept and wear Portuguese

Order of Tower and Sword, 127.
Rudge, Henry, Master Extraordinary in Chancery, 131.
Russia, Court audience of the Minister frum, with the

Prince Regent, to deliver a letter of congratulation on the
Marriage of the Princess Cbarlotte, 288.

S.

Salisbury, Marquess and Earl Chichester, Post Master Ge

neral, 50.
Sardinia, Court of, audience of Count D’Aigle with the Re-

gent to deliver a letter from His Sovereign, 194.
Suvage, P. Esq., Consul in the State of Virginia, 33.
Saxony, audience of the Minister from, with the Prince Re-

gent, to deliver his credentials, 79; to deliver a letter of
congratulation on the Marriage of the Princess Char-

lotte, 186.
Sicilies, King of the two, audience of the Minister from,

with the Prince Regent, to deliver a letter announcing the

Marriage of Prince Leopold. of the two Sicilies, 289.
Scott, Rev. Dr. J., presentation to the Vicarage of Catterick,

Yorkshire, 187.
Scott, Rer. Dr. A. J., Chaplain: in ordinary to His Mam

jesty, 348.
Scotchburn, Thomas, Master Extraordinary in Chancery, 214.
Sequier, Sieur, approval of by tbe Regent, as Consul General

in London for France, 36.
Selway, James, Esq., Chymist Extraordinary to the Prince

Regent, 46.
Semiri, Mr. George, approral of him as Consul at Malta, for

the Sublime Ottoman Porte, 297.
Seymour, Sir M. Bart., Knighthood, 80.
Seymour, Major-General R. A., Governor of St. Lucia, 186..
Shearman, Captain J., permission to accept and wear the in-

signia of tbe Sardinian Order of St. Maurice, 88.
Sheffield, Baron, Irish Viscount and Earl, by the titles of

Viscount Pevensey and Earl of Sheffield, 15.
Sherbrooke, Lieutenant-General Sir J. C. G. C. B., Captain-
General and Governor in Chief of the Provinces of Upper

and

and Lower Canada, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, and the

Islands of Prince Edward and Cape Breton, 15.
Sheriffs, appointed by the Regent in Council, for the year

1816, 23; ditto for Cornwall, 26, 48; amendments on
the roll, 49; nominations for 1817, 340; ditto for Corne -

wall, 245 ; ditto for Wales, 346.
Short, Rev. Dr. W., Prebend of Westminster, 305,
Silk, John, Master Extraordinary in Chancery, 16.
Silvertop, Captain Charles, permission to accept and wear

Spanish Order of Charles the Third, 230.
Singleton, Alexander, Master Extraordinary in Chancery, 22.
Spanish Court, audience of the Minister fron, with the Priuce-

Regent, announcing the Marriage of the King of Spain

with the Infanta of Portugal, 310.
Somerset, Colonel, Lord F., permission to accept and wear

Foreign Orders, 83; appointment of, as Secretary to the

Embassy to the Court of France, 125.
Smith, Captain William Henry, Royal Nayy, permission to

accept and wear the Sicilian Order of St. Ferdinand, 72.
Stanser, Dr., Bishop of the See of Nova Scotia, in Ame-

rica, 128.
Steele, Lieutenant-Colonel R., permission to accept and wear

the Cross of the Spanish Order of Charles the Third, 360..
Stewart, Lord, Minister at the Court of Austria, dispatch

from, announcing the death of the Empress of Austria, 97.
Stooks, Mr. Thomas, approral of, as Danish Consul át Gib-

raltar, 149.

T.

Tarleton, General B., Baronatcy, 11.
T'aylor, T. R., Master Extraordinary in Chancery, ibid.
Temple, Captain E., perniission to accept and wear Spanish

Order of Charles the Third, 217.
Thornton, Edward, Privy Councillor, 158.,
Tierney, Dr., Physician in Ordinary to the Prince Rc-

gent, 16.
Tiley, William, Master Extraordinary in Chancery, 257.
Travers, Colonel J., permission to accept and wear the Sici-

lian Order, 352.
Trench, Colonel, the Hon. R., Knighthood, 3.
Tulioh, Lieutenant-colonel A., permission to accept and wear

insiginia of the Portuguese Order of the Tower and
Sword, 87. :
Tupper, J. P. Esq., Surgeon Extraordinary to the Prince

Regent, 37.
Turner, Thomas, Esq., Consul at Ragnsa, 262.
Turner, R. J., Master Extraordinary in Chancery, 353.

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