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Logic and l'elaphysics-G.S. Read, M.A.
Nat. Philosophy-Jolin England
Chemistry-J. Blyth, M.D.
Anat, and Physiol.-J. I. Corbett, MD
Nat. Histori - Rev. W. Smith
Modern Languages-Raymond de Vericour
Mineralogy and Geology-Robt. Harkness
Jurisp. and Pol. Econ.-R.H. Mills, A.B.
Eng. Lau- Michael Barry
Civil Engineering - Alex. Jack
Agriculture--Edmund Murphy, B.A.
Irish Language-Owen Connellan
Prac. of Medicine-D). C. O'Connor, M.D.
Surgery-Deris B. Bullen, M.D.
Materia Medica--A. Fleming, M.D.
Midwifery-J. A. Harvey, M.D.

QUEFN'S COLLEGE, GALWAY.
President-Edward Berwick
l'ice-President-Joseph O'Leary

Professors.
Greek-Wm. Nesbitt, A.M.
Latin-- R. B. Bagley, A.M.
Mathematics-G. J. Allman, LL.D.
History and Eng. Lit.-Joseph ()'Leary
Logic and Metaphysics- Thos. W. Moffett
Nat. Philosophy-G. J. Stoney, M.A.
Chemistry-E. Ronalds, M.D.
Anatomy & Physiology-Chas. C. Kirg, M.D.
Nat. History--A G. Melville, M.D.
Modern Languages-A. Bensbuch, M.D.
Mineralogy and Geology-Wm. King
Jurisp. and Pci. Econ.-D. C. Heron, A.M,
Eng. Lan-Hugh Law
Civil Engineering - Wm. B. Blood
Agriculture Thomas Skilling
Celtic Languages-(vacant)
Prac. of Medicine-N. Colahan, M.D.
Surgery-James V. Browne, M.D.

Materia Medica--Simon M'Coy. M.D.
Midwifery, Richard Doherty, M.D.
ROYAL COLLEGE OF ST. PATRICK,

MAYNOOTH, 1795.
President Lawrence F. Renchan, D.D.
l'ice-Pres.-R. F. Whitehead, D.D.
Dean-Rev. W. M. Lee, D.D.
Junior. Deans-Rer. J. O'Kane, and Rev.

Richd. Hackett
Prefect of the Dunbounc Establishment and

Librarian- Rev. John O'llanlon, D.D.
Bursar-Rev. T. Farrelly

Professors.
Dogmatic and Moral Thrology-Rer. P. A.

Murray, D.D., Rev. Geo. Crolly, Rev.

'l homas Furlong, and Rev. H. Neville
Sac. Script. & Hebrew-Rev. D. M'Carthy.
Eccl. Hist.- Rev. C. W. Russell, D.D.
Nat. Philos.-Rev. Nich. Callan. D.D.
Logic, Mathematics, and Ethics - Rev.

Wm. Jennings
Rhetoric and Bclles Lettres. -Rer. Charles

M'Auley.
Humanily-Rev. D. Gargan
Elocution & French-Rev. Matthew Kelly
Irish-Rev. J. Tully
Secretary to Trustees-Rer. M. Flanagan
ROYAL BELFAST ACADEMICAL INSTITUTION,

COLLEGE DEPARTMENT.

Prefissors.
English-Thomas Blain
Classics-T. W. Erars
Mathematical and Vercantile Rer. Isaiah

Steen
Writing-Patrick Johnston
Drawing-Joseph Molloy
French-Auguste Charles Badier

INNS OF COURT.

Master of the Library-C. Purton Cooper

Dean of the Chajci-
TEMPLE, 1185.

Kerp. of Black Luuk-lion.Sir J.Civart,1'.c.
Master-

Rev. T. Robinson, D.D. Maslir of the Walhs- Rt. Hon.C.S. Leferre, Church Reader - Rev. J. G. Lonsdale

Speaker of the House of Commons
Organist-E. J. Hopkins

Preacher-Rev. J. S. M. Anderson, M.A.
Treas, of in. Tem. - Rt. Hon J. Stuart Assistant - Rev. E. H. Plumptre
Wortley

Chaplain-Rev, J. Fred. Denisen Maurice Sub-Treasurer_George Bryant

Sicu ard-M. Doyle Clerk-C. E. Vaighan

Librarian-W. H. Spilsbury Master of Library-J. A. Rocbuck

GRAY'S INN. Librarian Rev. W. II, Rowlatt

Treasurer-Boyce Combe Treas, of Mid. Tom.-

Master of Library-Wm. John Iroderip Sub. Treasurer-Edward Eldred

Dean of the Chapel-Sam. Tumer Clerk- Thos. Purdue, jun.

Reader on the Law of Real Property, $cMaster of the Library of Mid. Temple

R. R. Walpole
C. H. Whitehurst, Q.C.

Preacher-Rer, J. A. Hessey
Keeper of the Library- Rev. J. H. Rowlatt
Master of Garden- John Greenwood, Q.C. Stenard_Thomas Griffith

R ader, Rer. Edward Chaplin, M.A.
· LINCOLN'S INN, 1310.

Sub.Steward & Chick Clerk-Dan. Posvoca Treasurer-Rt. Hon. W. G. Hayter

Clerk- W. C. Smith

ART-UNION OF LONDON,

444, West Strand,
Hon. Secs...G. Godwin and L. Pocock
Assist. Sec. -T. S. Watson

INSTITUTIONS.

LONDON.
ARCHAEOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF CREAT

BRITAIN AND IRELAND,
26, Suffolk-street, Pall Mall East.
Prez. Lord Talbot de Malahide
Hon. Secs.-Charles Tucker, Albert Way
Resident Sec.-Geo. Vulliamy

ARCNDEL SOCILTY,

24, Old Bond-strect. Treasurer-J. J. Rogers Secretary-John Norton,

BOTANICAL SOCIETY,

GEOLOGICAL SOCIETY, 20, Bedford-street, Covent-garden.

Somerset House Pres.-J. E. Gray | Sec.-G. E. Dennes Pres. Wm. Hamilton BRITISH ARCHEOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION, Secs.- J. Carrick Moore, J. Prestwich, jun. 32, Sackville-street.

For. Sec.-S. Peace Pratt
Pres.-Earl of Perth and Melfort

GUILD OF LITERATURE,
Treas.--T. J. Pettigrew
Secs.-J. R. Planché and H. Syer Cuning

10, Lancaster-place, Strand.

Pres.--Sir E. Bulwer Lytton, Bart., M.P. For. Sec.-Dr. Wm. Beattie

Vice-Pres - Charles Dickens BRITISH ASSOCIATION FOR THE ADVANCE- Treas.-Charles Knight MENT OP SCIENCE

Hon. Sec.-W. H. Wills President-Duke of Argyle

HAKLUYT SOCIETY, Vice-Presidents-Rev. Duncan M'Farlane, 37, Great Queen-street, Lincoln's Inn Fields Sir Wm. Jardine, Sir Chas, Lyell, James Pres.--Sir R. I. Murchison Smith, Walter Crombie, Professor Gra- Hon. Sec.-R. H, Major ham, and Professor William Thomson.

HARSEIAN SOCIETY, The meeting of 1856 is to be held in Chel

64,

Edgeware Road. tenham, under the presidency of G. R. Pres. Wm. Coulson, Daubeny

Treas.- Dr. Joseph Ridge Vice-Presidents-- Earl of Ducie, Bishop of Hon. Secs.-W.J. Anderson and - Brittan Gloucester, Sir R. I. Murchison, B. B.

HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. Baker, and Rev. F. Close

21, Regent-street. Treas. ---J. Taylor, 6, Queen-street-place, Pres. Duke of Devonshire Upper Thames-street.

Treas.-W. Wilson Saunders
Gen. Sec. Col. Sabine, 13, Ashley-place, Sec. - Dr. Royle
Westminster.

Vice-Sec.-John Lindley, Ph. D.
Arsist. Gen. Sec.-Prof. J. Phillips.

HUNTERIAN SOCIETY,
Local Secretaries-Capt. Robertson, R.A., 4, Blomfield-street, Finsbury.
R, Bearish, and W. Hugall

Pres.-T. B. Curling
BRITISH INSTITUTION,

Secs.-J. S. Ramskill, M.D., and J. 52, Pall Mall. Patroness- The Queen

Devenish, M.B. Pres. Duke of Sutherland

INCORPORATED LAW SOCIETY, Sec. and Keeper--Geo. Nicol

Chancery Lane.

Pres. Keith Barnes
BRITISH MUSEUM,
Great Russell-street.

Vice-Pres. Edw. White
There are 48 Trustees, of whom 23 are Trustees

Scc.- Robert Maugham 43 aficio, 9 representatives of the families of

INCORPORATED SOCIETY FOR PROMOTING THE Sloane, Cotton, Harley, &c., one appointed

ENLARGEMENT, BUILDING, AND REPAIRby the Queen, and 15 are elected. Prín. Librarian-Sir Henry Ellis

ING OF CHURCHES AND CHAPELS, Secretary-Rev. Josiah Forshall

7, Whitehall.

Pres. --- Archbishop of Canterbury
CAMDEN SOCIETY,
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Sec. Rev. T. Bowdler
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INSTITUTE OF ACTUARIES,

12, St. James's-square. Sec... W. J. Thoms

President-John Finlaison
CAVENDISU SOCIETY,
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Hon. Secs.- John Reddish and J. Hill

Williams
Pres. Professor Graham
Scc.-Theophilus Redwood

Assist. Sec.- Edward Tudor Scargill

INSTITUTION OF CIVIL ENGINEERS,
CHEMICAL SOCIETY,
5, Cavendish-square.

25, Great George-street, Westminster. Pres.-W. A. Miller, M.D.

Pres.- Robert Stephenson, M.P.

Sec.-C. Manby
Hon. Secs.-B.C. Brodie and T. Redwood

LAW AMENDMENT SOCIETY,
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78, New Bond street.

21, Regent Street, Pred. --The Archdeacon of Bristol

Pres.-Lord Brougham Chairman.- A.J. B. Beresford Hope

Treas.-William Hawes

Joint Ilon. Sec. and Lib.- Arthur Symond, Sec. Rev. B. Webb ENTOMOLOGICAL SOCIETY,

Joint Hon. Sec.-William Vizard 12, Bedford-row, Holborn,

LINNEAN SOCIETY, Pres. J. Curtis

32, Soho-square. &ccs.-J. W. Douglas, E. Shepherd

PresThomas Bell Treas.-S. Stevens Cural.-E. W. Janson Sec.-J. J. Bennett EPIDEMIOLOGICAL SOCIETY,

Under Sec.-- Richard Taylor 38, Berners-street.

LONDON INSTITUTION, Pres. Dr. B. G. Babington

Finsbury-circus. Hon. Sees.-J. 0, M-William, M. D., and Pres.

Thomas Baring, M.P.
J. H. Tucker

Hon. Sec.-W. Tite, M.P.
ETHNOLOGICAL SOCIETY,

Librarians-E. W. Brayley, & R. Thomson 23, Nesman-street, Oxford-street.

LONDON LIBRARY, Pres -- Dr. Conolly

12, St. James's-square. Hon. Sec-Richard Cull

Sco and Lib.-Wm. Bodham Donne

E

LONDON MECHANICS' INSTITUTION,

29, Southampton-buildings. Pris. - Wm. Lloyd Birkbeck Sec. Andrew Macfarlane

LONDON MISSIONARY SOCIETY,

8, Blomfield-street, Finsbury.
Treas.--Sir Culling E. Eardley, Bart.
For, Sec.--Rev. A. Tidman, D.D.
Home Sec - Rev. E. Prout

MEDICAL SOCIETY OF LONDON,
32 A, George-street, Hanover-square.
Pres.-J. Snow, M.D.
Hon. Secs.-E. Smith, M.D. and C. II.

Rogers Harrison
NATIONAL SOCIETY FOR PROMOTING THE

EDUCATION OF THE POOR,

Sanctuary, Westminster.
Pres.--Archbishop of Canterbury
S.: Rev. J. G. Lonsdale

NUMISMATIC SOCIETY,
41, Taristock-street, Covent-garden.
Pres.-Lord Londesborough
Seer.-W. S. W. Vaux and John Evans
For. Sec.-J. Y. Akerman
PALÆONTOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY,

3, Highbury Grove.
Pres.-(vacant)
Sec.-J. S. Bowerbank

PARKER SOCIETY,
33, Southampton-street, Strand.
Pres.--- Earl of Shaftesbury
Sec.-Wm. Thomas, B.A.

PATHOLOGICAL SOCIETY,
32A, George-street, Hanover-square.
Pres. J. M. Arnott
Hon. Secs.-R. Quain, M.D., and Mitchell
Henry

PHILOLOGICAL SOCIETY.
12, St. James's-square (London Library).
Pres.—The Bishop of St. David's
Hon. Secs.-Profcesor Key and F. J.
Furnivall

BAY SOCIETY,

22, Old Burlington-street. Pres.- Professor Thomas Bell Sec.-E. Lankester, MD

ROYAL ACADEMY, Trafalgar-square.
Pres. Sir Charles Lock Eastlake
Treas.-P. Hardwick
Scc.-John Prescott Knight
Keeper-C. Landseer

ROYAL ACADEMY OF MUSIC,

Tenterden-street, Hanover-square.
Patron - The Queen
Chairman of Committee of Management-

Earl of Westmorland
Sec.-M. J. Gimson
ROYAL AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY OF ENGLAND,

12, Hanover-square.
Pres. Lord Portman
Sec. Jas. Hudson

ROYAL ASIATIC SOCIETY,

5, New Burlington-street.
Pres.-Prof H. H. Wilson
Sec.-R. Clarke | Assist. Sec.--E Norris
ROYAL ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETY,

Somerset House.
Pres.-M. J. Johnson
Secs.-W. De la Rue and Captain R. H.

Manners, R.N.

For. Sec.-J. R. Hind
Assist, Sec.-J. Williams
ROYAL BOTANIC SOCIETY, Regent's-park.
Pres.-Duke of Norfolk
Treas.-E. Marjoribanks
Sec.-J. De Carle Sowerby
Curator-R. Marnock
ROYAL COLLEGE OF PIYSICIANS,

Pall Mall East.
Pres.-J. Ayrton Paris, M.D.
Treas.-James Alderson, M.D.
Registrar--Francis Hawkins, M.D.
S.C. - Robert L. Rawes

ROYAL COLLEGE OF SURGEONS,

Lincoln's Inn Fields.
Pres.-W. Lawrence
Vice-Pres.-B. Travers and E. Stanley
Sec.-Edmund Belfour
ROYAL GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY,

15, Whitehall-place.
Pres.-Earl of Ellesmere
Sec. and Editor-Dr. Norton Shaw
ROYAL INSTITUTE OF BRITISH ARCHITECTS,

16, Grosvenor-street.
Pres.-Earl De Grey
Hon. Secs.-J. J. Scoles and C.C. Nelson
Librarian_T. S. Godwin

ROYAL INSTITUTION, Albemarle-street.
Pres. Duke of Northumberland
Treas. W. Pole
Sec. Rev. John Barlow
Assist. Sec. and Lib.-B. Vincent

ROYAL LITERARY FUND,

73, Great Russell-street,
Patron _The Queen
Pres.-- Marquess of Lansdowne
Sec.--Octavian Blewitt
ROYAL MEDICAL AND CHIRURGICAL SOCIETY,

53, Berners-street.
Pres.--Cæsar H. Hawkins
Secs.-T. B. Peacock, M.D.,

and Spencer
Smith
Res. Lib.-B. R. Wheatley

ROYAL SOCIETY, Somerset-house.
Pres.-Lord Wrottesley
Vice-Pres. und Treas.--Col. Sabine
Secs.--Dr. W. Sharpey and Prof. G. G.

Stokes
For. Sec.--Rear-Adm. W. H. Smyth
Assist. Sec. and Lib.-C. R. Weld
Clerk-Walter White
ROYAL SOCIETY OF LITERATURE,

4, St Martin's place,
Pres.-Earl of Carlisle
Sec.-W. S. W. Vaux

ROYAL SOCIETY OF MUSICIANS,

12, Lisle-street, Leicester-square
Patroncss—The Queen.
Sec. John A. Ireland
RUSSELL INSTITUTION, 55, Great Coam-st.
Pres.--Lord John Russell, M.P.
Sec. and Librarian Wm. Jones
socieTY OF ANTIQUARIES, Somerset House,
Pres.--Earl Stanhope
Director-Sir H. Ellis
Sec.-J. Y. Akerman
Treasurer-Tred, Ouvry

EDINBURGH.

COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS Pres.--James Begbie Sec. - Alexander Wood

COLLEGE OF SURGEONS. Pres.-- A. Wond, M.D. | Sec. -J.Scott, W.S.

HIGHLAND AND AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY,
Pres. Duke of Hamilton
Sec. John Hall Maxwell

CALEDONIAN HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY.
Pres. Duke of Buccleuch
Sec. Professor Balfour

ROYAL SOCIETY.
Pres.-Sir Thomas M. Brisbane
Secs.--Dr. Gregory and Prof. J. H. Balfour

SOCIETY OF ANTIQUARIES, Pres.

Marquess of Breadalbane
Secs. John Stuart and J. A. Smith, M.D.
For. Sec8.--David Laing, J. M. Mitchell

SOCIETY OF ARTS.
Pres.-David Rhind
Sec. --James Tod

WERNERIAN SOCIETY.
Pres.-(vacant.).
Scc.-T. J. Torrie

FACULTY OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS,

Glasgou. Pres.-A. D, Anderson, M.D. Treas.-Dr. R. Hunter Registrar-Dr. R. E. Tarinahill

SOCIETY OF BRITISI ARTISTS,

61, Suffolk-street, Pall Mall East Pres.-F. Y. Hurlstone Treas.-J. Tennant | Hon. Sec.-A. Clint

SOCIETY FOR THE ENCOURAGEMENT OF

ARTS, &C., 18 & 19, John-str., Adelphi.
Pres. HRH Prince Albert
Str.-P. Le Neve Foster
SOCIETY FOR PROMOTING CHRISTIAN

KNOWLEDGE

67, Lincoln's Inn Fields. Pres.-The Archbishop of Canterbury Secs. -Rer, Thomas Boyles Murray, Rev.

John Evans, & Rev. John David Glennie
SOCIETY FOR TITE PROPAGATION OF THE
GOSPEL IX FOREIGN PARTS,

79, Pall Mall.
Pres.--Archbishop of Canterbury
Sec. Rev. Ernest Hawkins, B.D.
Assist. Seci.- Rev. H. J. Vernon, B.A., and

Rer. W. T. Bullock, M.A. SOCIETY FOR PROMOTING THE EMPLOYMENT

OF ADDITIONAL CURATES IN POPULOUS

PLACES, 7, Whitehall. Pres. The Abps. of Canterbury and York Sec. Rev. J. M. Rodwell SOCIETY OF PAINTERS IN WATER-COLOURS,

3, Pall Mall East. Pres. Copley Fielding Sec.-J. J. Jenkins Treas.-W.C. Smith soc.OF PAINTERS IN WATER-COLOURS, NEW,

53, Pall Mall. Pres.-H. Warren | Vice-Pres.-L. Haghe Treas. and Scc.-James Fahey

STATISTICAL SOCIETY,

12, St. James's-square. Pres. -Earl Fitzwilliam Hon. Secs.-W. A. Guy, M.B., Wm. New

march, and w. G. Lumley Assist. Scc. Edw. Cheshire

SURREY ARCHÆOLOGICAL SOCIETT,

6, Southampton-street, Strand.
Pres. Duke of Norfolk.
Sec.-George Bish Webb
SYDENHAM SOCIETY, 45, Frith-street, Soho.
Pres. James Luke, R.C.S.
Sec.-J. R. Bennett, M.D.
UNITED SERVICE INSTITUTION,

Whitehall Yard.
Pres. Duke of Northumberland
Chairman-Lord Radstock
Vice-Chairman-Col. Yorko
Sec.-L H. J. Tonna

WERNERIAN CLUB
Pres.-C. J.B. Aldis, M.D., 1, Chester-ter.,

Chester-square Treas. -Rev. C. St. Denis Moxon, Hampton Grove, Fakenham, Norfolk

ZOOLOGICAL SOCIETY,

11, Hanover-square. Pres.-H. R. H. Prince Albert Sec.-D. W. Mitchell

DUBLIN

COLLEGE OF PHYSICIAN
Pres.--Dr. John Mollan
Vice-Pres.-Jas. F. Duncan
Rogist.-Wm. E. Steele, M.D.

COLLEGE OF SURGEONS.
Pres.- Sir P. Crampton, bart.
Vice-Pres. Dr. Robert C. Williams
Sec.-Edward Hutton, M.D.
Sec. to Council_H. Maunsell, M.D.
Regist. Wm. Boylan
ROYAL DUBLIN SOCIETY FOR PROMOTING ITUS

BANDRY AND OTHER USEFUL ARTS. Pres.-The Lord Lieutenant Sec.-L. E Foot Prof. of Chemistry-Ed. Davy Prof. of Min. and Geology-J. Scouler, M.D. Honorary Prof. of Anat, in connerion with

the Fine Arts-R. D. Lyons, M.D. ROYAL HIBERNIAN ACADEMY OF PAINTING,

SCULPTURE, AND ARCHITECTURE
Pres.- Martin Cregan
Sec.-George Petrie

ROYAL IRISH ACADEMY.
Pres. Rev. Thos. Romney Robinson, D.D.
Secs.--Rev. J. H. Todd, D.D., and Rev.

J. H. Jellett.
For. Sec.-Rev. S. Butcher, D.D.
Lib.- Rev. W. H. Drummond, D.D.

MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATION.

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Henry is.

KINGS AND QUEENS OF ENGLAND, FROM THE CONQUEST. (Corrected by the Table of Regoal Years in Sir Harris Nicolas's “Chronology of History.") Names, Pegan to reign.

Names.

Began to reign. William I. 1066 Dec. 25 Edward VI.

1347 Jan. 28 William II.

• 1087 Sept. 26
Mary I.

1553 July 6 Henry I. 1100 Aug 5 Elizabeth

1558 Nov. 17 Stephen 1135 Dec. 26 James I.

1603 March 24 Henry II. 1154 Dec, 19 Charles I.

1625 March 27 Richard I.

1189 Sept.

3 Commonwealth ; from the exeJohn

1199 May 27 cution of Charles I., Jan. 30,

1216 Oct. 26 1649, to the restoration of Edward I.

• 1272 Nov.

Charles II. Edward II. 1307 July 8 Charles II. (restored).

1660 May 29 Edward III. 1327 Jan. 25 James II.

1685 Feb. 6 Richard II.

1377 June William II. and Mary II. 1689 Feb. 13 Henry IV. 1399 Sept. 30 William 111, alone

1694 Dec. 28 Henry V. 1413 Mar. 21 Anne

1702 March 8 Henry VI. 1422 Sept. George 1.

1714 Aug Edward IV. 1461 March 4 George Il.

1727 June 11 Edward V. 1483 April 9 George III.

1760 Oct. 25 Richard III. 1483 June 26 George IV.

1820 Jan. 29 Henry VII. 1485 Aug William IV.

1830 June 26 Henry VIII. • 1509 April 22 Victoria

1837 June 20 # In some historical, and in all legal documents, the reign of Charles II. is reckoned from his father's death.

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Montgomery { Welshpool, L.

CIRCUITS OF THE JUDGES.

TauntonL HOME.-Herts-Hertford, Lent & Summer

Bristol - Bristol, S. Essex- Chelmsford, L. and S.

SOUTH WALES AND CHESTER. Kent-Maidstone, L and S.

Glamorgan-Swansea, L. ; Cardiff, S. Sussex--Lewes, L and S.

Caermarthen and Borough-CaermarSurrey, { Kingston, L. Guildford &

then, L and S. Croydon, alternate, S.

Pembroke and Borough HarerfordOXFORD. - Berks - Reading, L.- Abing- of Haverfordwest west, L. & S. don, S.

Cardigan- Cardigan, L and S. Oron-Oxford, L. and S.

Brecon - Brecknock, L. and S. Worcester & City

Worcester, L. & S. Radnor-Presteigne, L. and S. Stafford-Stafford, L. and S.

Chester* _Chester, L. and S.
Salop-Shrewsbury, L and S.

NORTH WALES AND CHESTER.
HerefordHereford, L. and S.
Monmouth- Monmouth, L. and S.

s Gloucester & City-Gloucester, L. & S.

Merioneth

| Bala (L.) MIDLAND - Northampton - Northampton,

Dolgelly (S.)
L and S.

Caernarron_Caernarvon
Rutland - Oakham, L. and S.

Anglesey - Beaumaris Lincoln and City-Lincoln, L. and S.

Denbigħ- Ruthin
Nottingham and Town, Nottingham,

Flint Mold
L. and s.

Chester - Chester

CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT.
Derby-Derby, L. and S.
Leicester & Boro' - Leicester, L. & S.

By an Act of 4 William the Fourth, Warwickshire- Warwick, L. and S.

cap. 36, a Central Criminal Court is con

stituted for London and Middlesex, and NORFOLK.Bucks-Aylesbury, L. and S. certain parts of Essex, Kent, and Surrey, Bedford-Bedford, L. and S.

the Sessions of which are to be holden in Huntingdon-Huntingdon, L and S. London or the suburbs at least twelve Cambridge-Cambridge, L. and S. times in every year. The Judges are the Norfolk Norwich, L. and S.

Lord Mayor, the Lord Chancellor, the Bury St. Edmunds, L. Judges, the Aldermen, Recorder, and Com.

mon Serjeant of London, and such others NORTHERN.--York & City-York, L. and S.

as her Majesty may appoint. The juris. Durham Durham, L. and S.

diction of this Court extends to all treasons, Newcastle and Town- Newcastle, L.

murders, felonies, and misdemeanours, Cumberland-Carlisle, L and S.

including all places within ten miles of Westmoreland - Appleby, L. and S.

St. Paul's Cathedral. By this Act, also, Lancaster

offences committed on the high seas within Lancaster, L. and S.

the jurisdiction of the Admiralty of England

are to be tried in this court. The follow. WESTERN— Hants-- Winchester, L. and S. ing are the sittings for 1855-56: 1855, Nov,

26, Dec. 17; 1856, Jan. 7. Feb. 4, March 3,

April 7, May 12, June 16, July 7, Aug. Dorset-Dorchester, L and S.

18, Sept. 15, Oct. 27. These sessions al. Devon and Ereter_Exeter, L. and S. ways commence on Monday. Mr. John Cornuall-Bodmin, L and S.

Clark is Clerk of the Court. * The city has a separate jurisdiction, and tries by its own Recorder.

Suffolk— { Ipswich

, S.

{; Wilts — Dewi Sarum, L.

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