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the Peers who sat and voted in the House of Lords of Ireland before the Union, and the Peers whose right to sit and vote on the election of Temporali Peers of Ireland hath, on claims made in their behalf, been admitted since the Union, by the House of Lords of the said United Kingdom, and that the said writs are ready to be delivered at this: Office.
Charles Marquess of Drogheda,
John Joshua Earl of Carysfort. Edmund Earl of Kilkenny. Arthur Earl of Mount Norris. Richard Earl of Lucan. Robert Earl of Londonderry. Somerset Earl Belmore. Henry Earl Conyngham. Francis James Earl of Laudaff. Charles Henry St. John Earl O'Neill. Francis Earl of Bandon. Richard Earl of Donoughmore. Dupre Earl of Caledon. Edmund Henry Earl of Limerick. Richard Earl of Clancarty. Archibald Earl of Gosford. Laurence Earl of Ross. Charles William Earl of Charleville: Robert Viscount Kilmorey.. Thomas Viscount Ranelagh. Richard Viscount Fitz William. Thomas James Viscount Bulkeley. Matthew Viscount Barnewall. John Christopher Viscount Downe. John James Viscount Strabane. Richard Viscount Chetiynd. George Viscount Middleton. Gustavus Viscount Boyne. Joshua Viscount Allen. George Viscount Barrington. Richard Viscount Powerscourt. William Viscount Ashbrook. Arthur Visoount Dungannon. James Viscount Lifford. Henry Welbore Viscount Elifden. Hayes Viscount Doneraile. Thomas Viscount Northland. Henry Viscount Harberton. Cornwallis Viscount Hawarden. Charles Jolin Viscount Mountjny:
Hugh Viscount Carleton,
William Baron Ennismore.
Foreign-Office, January 6, 1816. His Royal Highness the Prince Regent has been pleased, in the name and on the behalf of His Majesty, to appoint Anthony St. John Baker, Esq. to be His Majesty's Consul-General in the United Staes of America.
Whitehall, December 13, 1815. His Royal Highness the Prince Regent, taking into His royal consideration the highly distinguished services of Colonel James Stevenson Barns, Lieutenant-Colonel of the 1st (or Royal Scots) Regiment of Foot, Companion of the Most Honourable Military Order of the Bath, and Knight of the Royal Portuguese Military Order of the Tower and Sword, manifested by him on divers important occasions in the campaigns of Toulon, Corsica, Holland, Egypt, and during the recent arduous operations and splendid achievements of His Majesty's arms in Portugal, Spain, and France, and being desirous of conferring upon that Officer such a mark of His Majesty's favour, as may, in an especial manner, evince the sense His Royal Highness entertains of the intrepidity and valour dis, played by him at the memorable battle of Busaco
(wherein as Lieutenant-Colonel on the Staff he commanded a brigade); at the capture of Badajos, on the 6th of April 1812 ; at the victory of Salamanca (wherein leading his battalion to the charge he was severely wounded); and his distinguished gallantry at the assault and capture of St. Sebastian, and at the battles of the Nive; hath been pleased, in the name and on the behalf of His Majesty, to grant unto the said Colonel Barns, His Majesty's royal licence and authority, that he and his descendants may bear the following honourable augmention to the arms of bis family, viz. “ A chief, thereon the representation of the curtain
of a fortification, and above, the word St. Sk
BASTIAN, as also a canton, charged with repre«sentations of the gold cross presented by His Ma“ jesty's command to the said James Stevenson ·
Barns, and of the badge of the Royal Portuguese Military Order of the Tower and Sword,
pendent from the ribbands to which the said dis“ tinctions are respectively attached;" and the following crest of honourable augmentation, viz. “ Issuant from a broken battlement, a dexter arm " in armour, the hand grasping a banner, inscribed “ ST. SEBASTIAN,” in allusion to the conspicuous conduct of the said Colonel Barns on the 31st of August 1813, when he gallantly led the 3d battalion of the Royals, and assaulted and carried the curtain of that fortress, thereby eminently contributing to the ultimate capture of that important place; provided the said armorial distinctions be first duly exemplified according to the laws of arms, and recorded in the Heralds' Office, otherwise His Majesty's royal licence and permission to be void and of none effect:
And also to command, that the said concession and especial mark of His Majesiy's favour be registered in the College of Arms.