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QUARTER-SESSIONS (1850)

IN THE SEVERAL COUNTIES OF ENGLAND AND WALES. By the Act 1 Will. IV. c. 70, it is enacted that" in the year 1831, and afterwards, the justices of the peace in every county, riding, or division, for which Quarter Sessions of the Peace by law ought to be held, shall hold their general Quarter Sessions of the Peace in the first week after the 11th of October, in the first week after the 28th of December, in the first week after the 31st of March, and in the first week after the 24th of June." The following list has been computed according to this rule.

The Act 4 and 5 Will. IV. cap. 47, allows a discretionary power to the Justices of Peace as to the time of holding the Spring Quarter-Sessions, and empowers them to alter the day for holding the Sessions, so as not to be earlier than the 7th of March, nor later than the 22d of April. BEDFORD–W. Jan. 2, April 3, July 3, NOTTINGHAMSHIREOct. 16.

Nottingham, M. as Cheshire. BERKS_Tu. Reading, April 2, and Oct. Newark, F. as Cambridge. 15; Abingdon, Jan. 1 and July 2.

East Retford, M. as Cheshire. Bucks - Aylesbury, Tu. same as Berks. Town of Nottingham-Two days after CAMBRIDGE-Cambridge County, F. Jan. 4, the County Sessions.

April 5, July 5, Oct. 18. For the Town, NORTHUMBERLAND- The County Sessions the Monday before.

are held alternately at Newcastle onCHESHIRE-Chester, M. Dec. 31, 1849, Apr. Tyne, Morpeth. Herham, and Alnwick. 1, July 1, Oct. 14.

Th. same as Northampton.

Toun of CORNWALL-Bodmin, Tu. same as Berks. Newcastle, W. previous. CUMBERLAND-Tu. as Berks, Jan, and June OXFORDSHIRE-Oxford, County and City,

at Carlisle, April & Oct. at Cockermouth. M. as Cheshire. Banbury, the preceding DERBYSHIRE- April Sessions at Chester Saturday. field, the others at Derby, Tu. same as RUTLANDSHIRE--Oakham, Tu, as Berks. Berks.

SHROPSHIRE-Shrewsbury, Tu. as Berks DEVONSHIRE-Exeter, Tu, same as Berks. For the Town, the Monday preceding.

Exeter City, on preceding Monday. SOMERSETSHIRE-Wells, M. Dec. 31, 1849, DORSETSPIRE--Dorchester, Tu. as Berks. April 1. Bridgewater, July 1. Taunton, DURHAM-M. same as Cheshire.

Oct. 14. Bath on the following Monday. ELY, Isle of-W. as Bedford, at Wisbeach, STAFFORDSHIRE--Stafford, W. as Bedford. or Ely.

SUFFOLK--Beccles, M. as Cheshire, WoodEssex---Colchester and Harwich, M. same bridge, W. as Bedford, Ipswich, F. as

as Cheshire. Chelmsford, Tu, as Berks. Cambridge ; and Bury, M. following. GLOUCESTERSHIRE-Gloster, Tu. as Berks. SURREY--New Sessions House, Newington, HAMPSHIRE-Winchester, Tu. as Berks. Tu. Jan. 1. Reigate, April 2. Guildford, HEREFORDSHIRE-Hereford, M. as Cheshire. July 2. Kingston, Oct. 15. HERTFORDSHIRE - Hertford, M. same as Sussex -- Eastern Division : Lewes, M.

Cheshire. St. Alban's, the same week. same as Cheshire Western Division : HUNTINGDONSHIRE--M, same as Cheshire. Petworth, Th. Jan. 3, and April 4. HorKENT--Canterbury, Tu. Jan. 1, Fr. Apr. 5, sham, July 4. Chichester, Oct. 17.

Tu. July 2, Fr. Oct. 18. Maidstone, Th. WARWICKSHIRE-Warwick, Tu. as Berks. Jan. 4, Tu. Apr. 2, Th. July 4, Tu. Oct. Coventry, on preceding Monday, 15.

WESTMINSTER-City, are generally held on LANCASHIRE - Lancaster, M. same the Thursday preceding the Quarter Ses

Cheshire. Adjournments are held at sions for Middlesex.

Preston, at Salford, and at Kirkdale. WesTMORELAND-Appleby, W. as Bedfd., LEICESTERSHIRE-Leicester as Cheshire. and by adjournment at Kendal. LINCOLNSHIRE

WILTSHIRE-Tu. Devizes, Jan. 1. SalisLincoln city | Sat. Jan, 5 April 6 July 6 Oct. 19 bury, April 2. Warminster, July 2. Parts of Lindsey.

Mariborough, Oct. 15. Kirton ....

Fr. Jan. 4 April 5 July 5 Oct. 18 Louth.... Tu.

WORCESTERSHIRE-Worcester, M. same as April 9 Oct. 22 Spilsby ... | Tu. Jan.8

July 9

Cheshire, Worcester City the day folBourn and Boston, Tu. as Berks, Sleaford,

lowing. and Spalding, Th. Jan. 3, April 4, July

YORKSHIRE-York City, M. as Cheshire. 4, Oct. 17.

EAST RIDING: Beverley, Tu. as Berks. MIDDLESEX-Clerkenwel, Tu. Jan. 1. Ge. WEST RIDING: Knaresborough, Tu.Jan.

1. neral and adjourned Sessions are also

Wakefield, W. Jan. 2. Sheffield, M. held at other intervening periods. The

Jan. 8. Pontefract, M. April 1. Skipparticular days for holding the Clerken ton, Tu. July 2. Bradford, W. July 3, well Sessions, and also those for holding

Rotherham, M. July 8. Knaresborough, the LONDON Quarter Sessions, have not

Oct. 15. Leeds, W. Oct. 16. Donbeen fixed in time to be given here.

caster, M. Oct. 21.

NORTH RIDING : MONMOUTHSHIRE-Usk, M. as Cheshire. Northallerton, Tu. as Berks. NORFOLK -- Shire House, Norwich, W.

same as Bedford; City of Norwich the The Quarter Sessions through North and day before.

SOUTH WALES are held by the same rule NORTHAMPTONSHIRE -- Northampton, Th. as the foregoing, the magistrates deter

as Sussex, West Div. Peterborough, W. mining the day of the week on which as Bedford

the Sessions shall commence.

as

MONTHLY NOTICES. 1. British Museum closes.

Registration.-Births-Persons should cause 1. Leipzic fair-manufactured goods and plea- their children to be registered within forty-two sure* (the business commences 3 or 4 days ear- days after birth, by giving personal notice to the lier).

registrar of theirdistrict,without any fee whatever. 1. Quarter Sessions commence on the Monday Deaths.- Intimation should be given of deaths of this week.

in the same manner as births. This is of import5. Half-yearly dividends on some species of ance to be done early, as the undertaker must Stock become due. See Table of Transfer-days. have a certificate to give to the minister who 8. Brit. Mus. 10 till 4; Reading Room, 9 till

4. reads the funeral service, without which he may 8. Fire Insurance due at Christmas must be refuse to bury the body, paid by this day, or the Policy becomes void. As the cause of death is to be entered, sound

24, 25. Melton Mowbray fair-horses, cattle. discretion should be exercised in ascertaining the

26. Brunswick-miscellaneous, including ma- real nature of the deceased's death, for which imnufactured goods, &c.

portant purpose every facility should be given. SUNDAY LESSONS. Proper Lessons, Morning.

Proper Lessons, Evening. Jan. 1 Circumcision Gen. 17 Rom. 2

Deut. 10, ver. 12 Colos. 2 6 Epiphany

Isaiah 60 Luke 3 to ver. 23 Isaiah 49 John 2 to ver. 12 ► 13 1st. Sun. aft. Epiph. 44

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ASTRONOMICAL PHENOMENA.
Sundays and
of the ofthe
Remarkable Days.

Mercury, in the constellations Sagittarius and CaWeek. Year

pricornus, is an evening star throughout the month; on the 27th, at sh. 21m. P.M., in Perihelion; on the

29th, at 1h. 48m. P.M., stationary. 1 TU 1 Circumcision.

Venus, in the constellations Sagittarius and Capri

cornus, is a morning star throughout the month. 2

Mars, in the constellation Taurus, on the 15th,

passes the meridian at 9h. 58m. P.M.; on the 23rd, 3 TH 3

at 11h. 5m. P.M., stationary.

Jupiter, in the constellation Virgo, on the 8th, at 4 F 4

10h. Om. A.M., stationary; on the 15th fasses the

meridian at 3h. 59m. A.M. 55 5

Saturn, in the constellation Pisces, on the 15th

passes the meridian at 4b. 35m. P.M. 6 $ 6 Epiphany, Old Christ. Day Uranus, in the constellation Pisces, on the 12th, 7

at 9h. 58m. P.M., in quadrature with the sun.

The Moon, on the 1st, at 10h. Om. P.M., in con8 TU 8

junction with a Leonis (Regulus) at 0° 10' N.; on

the 3rd, at 4h. 25m. P.M., with Jupiter, at 16 16' 9

S.; on the 5th, at 4h. 58m. P.M., with a Virginis

(Spica) at 6° 47'S.; at oh. 16m. P.M., with a Scorpii 10 TH 10

(Antares), at 9° 46' S.; on the 12th, at 8h. Om. A.N.,

in Apogee; 9h 20m. A.M., in conjunction with Venus, 11 F 11 Hilary Term begins. at 30 50's.; on the i5th, at oh. 15m. A.M., with Mer

cury, at 20 45'S : on the 19th, at Sh. 8m. A.M., with 12 s 12

Saturn, at 10 3' N.: on the 24th, at oh. 42m. A.M., 1 Sun. after Epiphany. with a Tauri (Aldebaraat 0022' S.; at 4h. 5m. 13 S 13 Camb. Lent Term beg.

P.M., with Mars, at 8° 6' N.; at sh. 18m. P.M. with 14 M 14 Oxford Lent Term begins. with B Geminorum (Pollux) at 9° 31' N., at 4h. om.

B Tauri, at 10° 8' N.; on the 27th, at oh. 54m. A.M. 15 Tu 15

P.M. in Perigee. On the 28th, at Sh. 56m. A.M. in

conjunction with a Leonis (Regulus) at 00 5' N.; on 16 W 16

the 31st, at oh. 44m.

A.M., with Jupiter, at 1° 1''s.

The Constellation Canis Major will be on the me17 Th 17

ridian about midnight in the beginning, and Gemini 18

and Canis Minor about the middle, of the month.

Eclipses of Jupiter's Satellites. 19 s 19

First Satellite. 3rd, I'm. at 7h. 37m. 388. A.M.;

5th, Im, at 2h. 5m. 578. A.M.; 12th, Im. at 3h. 59m. 20 S 20 2 Sunday after Epiphany im. at 51. 52m. 20s. A.M.; 21st, Im, at oh. 20m. 37s.

88. A.M.; 13th, Im. at 10h. 27m. 245. P.M.; 19th, 21 M 21

A.M.; 26th, Im. at 7h. 45m. 345. A.M.; 28th, Im. at

2h. 13m. 52s. A.M.; 291h, Im. at 8h. 42m. 14s. P.M. 22 Tv 22

Second Satellite. 10th, Ím, at oh. 43m. 10s. A.M. ;

17th, Im. at 3h. 17m. 59s. A.M.; 24th, Im. at 5h 23 w 23

53m. 1s. A.M. Third Satellite. 3rd, I m. at 11h.7m.

21s. P.M; 4th, Em, at 2h. 26m. 50s. A.M.; 11th, Im. 24 TH 24

at 3h. Sm. 2s. Á.M., Em. at 6h. 23m. 55s, A.M.; 18th,

Im. at 7h. 2m. 20s. A.M. Fourth Satelliie. 18th, 25 F

25 Conversion of St. Paul. Im. at 4h. Ilm. 478. A.M. 26 s 26

Hebrew Calendar. Mohammedan Calendar. 1850. 5610.

1850. 27 S 27 Septuagesima Sunday.

Hegira, 1266.

Jan. 1 17 Thebet. Jan. 1 16 Saphar. 28 M 28

14 1 Sebat.

15 1 Rabiu I.

Birth of 29 Tu 29

25 11 Moham

med. 30 W 30 King Charles I. Martyr.

27 13

28 14 nate 31 TH 31 Hilary Term ends.

29 15 Days. * The Monthly List of Fairs is only a selection of the more important ones. When they fall on Sunday they are usually held the day after. We have also added a few of the German Fairs

hich are of commercial interest, each of which continues for three weeks.

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THERMOMETRICAL REGISTER.

THE MOON'S CHANGES.
Last Quart. ..5th day, 8h. 37m. morn.
New ........ 13th day, 11h. 19m. morn.
First Quart. ...

21st day, 9h. 40m. morn.
Full ........ 28th day, Oh. 51m. morn.

D's Dec. 4th, 0°; 12th, 19:50 S.; 19th,
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MONTHLY NOTICES.
2. Candlemas-day. Scotch quarter-day. the attesting witnesses, he must do it in some other
6. Hereford-catile, horses, and hops. way than by bequeathing them anything: for lega-

Tenancy.-- A yearly tenant must take care that cies to attesting witnesses, or to the wife or hus-
he gives notice to quit his premises half a year band of an attesting witness, are void. No person
before the time of the expiration of the current under twenty-one can make a valid will." Wills
year of his tenancy. If, by agreement, a quar- are revoked by subseqnent marriage; otherwise
ier's notice is to be sufficient, soch notice must a will can only be revoked by destruction, or by
also expire with the tenancy, if that is yearly. the making of a new one; and alterations in wills

Wills.--After Jan. 1838, all wills made in Eng- must be made in the same manner as a will is
land came under the provisions of the new Wills made. Wills

are to be construed as if made im-
Act, of which an abstract was given in British Al- mediately before the death of the testator, unless a
manac sor1838. By it, all property may be disposed contrary intention is expressed; and properties
of by will; all wills must be in writing, and each bequeathed in general terms include all properly
must be signed at the bottom or end by the tes in the possession of the testator at his decease,
tator, or, if he is unable, by some person on his whether acquired before or after the will was made.
behalf, by his direction, and in his presence; and [If persons make their own wills, without legal
two, or more, attesting witnesses (who must be assistance, let them express themselves in a plain
present at the same time) must also sign the will. simple way, avoiding roundabout phrases, or at-
If the testator wishes to acknowledge or reward tempts to imitate legal phraseology.)

SUNDAY LESSONS.

Proper Lessons, Morning. Proper Lessons, Evening.
Feb. 3 Sexagesima Sunday

Gen. 3

Mark 3 Gen. 6 1 Cor. 15
10 Quinquagesima Sunday

9 to v. 20

12 2 Cor.
13 Ash Wednesday

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17 Ist Sun, in Lent
Gen. 19 to v. 30 Luke i v. 39 Gen. 22

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ASTRONOMICAL PHENOMENA.
Sundays and
of the oftlie)

Mercury, in the constellation Capricornus, is an
Remarkable Days.
Week. Year

evening star till the 3rd, from the oth till the end
of the month, a morning star. On the 7th, at ih.
4m. P.M., in inferior conjunction with the smp;

on the 9th, at 7h. 5m. A.M., in conjunction with
(Salmon-fishing begins in Venus, at 50 3' S.; on the 19th, at th. 8m. P.M.,
1 F 32 Scotland. Pheasant and

stationary:
(Partridge shooting ends. Venus, in the constellations Capricornus and Aqua-
33 | Purific. of B. V. Mary. rius, is invisible throughout the month; on the loth,
Candlemas.

at 9h. 23m). A.M. in Aphelion.
3S34 Sexagesima Sunday.

Mars, in the constellation Taurus, on the 14th

passes the meridian at 7h. 40m. P.M.
35

Jupiter, in the constellation Leo, on the 15th,

passes the meridian at ih, 50m, A.M.
5 Tu 36

Saturn, in the const. Pisces, on the 15h, passes the

meridian at 2b. 43m. P.M., and is an evening star.
6 W 37

Uranus, in the constellation Pisces, on the 15th,

passes the meridian at 3h. 46m. P.M.
7 TH 38

The Moon, on the 2nd, at oh. 57m. A.M., in con-

junction with a Virginis (Spica) at 6° 54' S.; on the
8F 39 Half-quarter.

5th, at 6h. 42m. P.M., with a Scorpii at 9° 52' S.; on
40

the 8th, at 3h. Om. P.M., in Apogee; on the 11th, at

10h 34m. A.M., in conjunction with Mercury, at 20
10 S 41 Quinquagesima Sunday.

46' N.; al 9h. 29m. P.M., with Venus, at 10 45' S.;

on the 15th, at 3h. 16m. P.M., with Saturn, at 1° 22'
11 M 42

N.; on the 20th, at sh. Om. A.M., with a Tauri (Alde-

baran) at 0° 21' S.; on the 21st, at 4h. 20m. A.M.,
12 Tul 43 Shrove Tuesday.

with Tauri, at 100 0' N.; at 7h. 50m. A.M., with

Mars, at 7° 29' N.; on the 23rd, at 10h. 51m. A.M,
13 w 44 4sh Wednesday,

with B Geminorum (Pollux) at 9o 32' N.; on the

24th, at 11h. om. A.M., in Perigee; on the 25th, at
14 Th 45 Valentine.

7h. 55m. P.M., in conjunction with a Leonis (Regu-
15 F 46

lus) at 0° 6' N.; on the 27th, at 7h. 5m. A.M., with

Jupiter, at 0° 51's.!
16 S 47 Camb. Lent Term div.n.

The Constellations Ursa Major, Leo Minor, and
Leo, will be on the meridian about midnight, near

the middle of the month.
17 S 48 1 Sunday in Lent.

Eclipses of Jupiter's Satellites.
18 M 49

First Satellite. 4th, im. at 4h. 7m. 118. A.M.;
6th, im. at 10h. 35m. 33. P.M.; 11th, Im at 6h. Om
34s. A.M. ; 13th, Im, at oh. 28m. 586. A.M.; 20th,

Im. at 2h. 22m. 275. A.M.; 21st, Im. at sh. 50mı.
20 W 51 Ember Week.

50s. P.M.; 27th, Im. at 4h. l6m. 35. A.M.; 281h,

Im, at 10h. 44m. 278. P.M. Second Satellite. 3rd,
21 TH 52

Im. at 9h. 45m. 328. P.M.; 11th, Im. at oh. 21m. 58.
22 F
53

A.M.; 18th, Im. at 2h. 56m 25s. A.M.; 25th, im, ar

5h. 32m. 53s. A.M.; 28th, (m. at 6h. 51m. 295. P.M.
23 s
54

Third Satellite. 15th, Im. at 10h. 33m. 438. P.M;

23rd, In. at 2h. 51m. 45s. A.M. Fourth Satellite.
2 Sunday in Lent.

3rd, Im. at 10h. 10m. 44s. P.M.; 4th, Em, at ih. 55m.
St. Matthias. Duke of 375. A.M.; 2011, Em, at 7h. 48m. 325. P.M.
24 S 55
Cambridge 6. 1774.

Hebrew Calendar, Mohammedan Calendar.
25 M | 56

1850.
5610.

1850.

Hegira 1266.
Feb. 1 19 Sebat.

Feb. 1
26 To 57

18 Rabiu 1.
13 Adar.

1 Rabiu II.
27 W 58

23 13 ,, Fast of Esther 26 13)
26 14 , Feast of

27

Fortunate
27 15 , Purim.

28 151

Days.

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28 Tv 59

THERMOMETRICAL REGISTER.

THE MOON'S CHANGES.
Last Quart... 4th day, lh. 18m, morn.
New .. 12th day, 6h. 29m, morn.
First Quart... 19th day, 8h. 12m. aftern.
Full ....... 26th day, Oh. Im. aftern.

D's Dec. 8th, 19:40 S. ; 15th, 00; 22nd,
19:40 N. ; 28th, 0o.

Febrnary, 1849.
Highest. Lowest. Highest. Lowest.
1 44.5 30.3 15

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423
2 49.4 377 16 44.8 35.8
3 4960 431 17 5306 29*8

53.1 43.7 18 50*2 35.6
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7 45'2 403 21 47.1 35.7
8 532 3940 22 580 4407
9 4706 33.4 23 51.6 36.6
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