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CAMDEN SOCIETY,

Sec.-J. J. Bennett 25, Parliament-street.

Under Sec. Richard Taylor Pres.-Rt. Hon. Lord Braybrooke

LONDON INSTITUTION,
Sec.-W.J. Thoms

Finsbury-circus.
CAVENDISH SOCIETY.

Pres.--Thomas Baring, M.P.
25, Baker-street.

Hon. Sec.-W. Tite Pres. Professor Graham

Librarians-E. W. Brayley, jun., and R. Sec.-Theophilus Redwood

Thompson
CITY OF LONDON LITERARY AND SCIENTIFIC LONDON MECHANICS' INSTITUTION,
INSTITUTION,

29, Southampton-buildings.
165, Aldersgate-street.

Pres.- Wm. Lloyd Birkbeck Pres.--George Grote

Sec. Andrew Macfarlane Sec.-George Stacy.

LONDON MISSIONARY SOCIETY, ECCLESIASTICAL HISTORY SOCIETY,

8, Blomfield-street, Finsbury. Clarence Chambers, 12, Haymarket.

Treas.---Sir Culling E. Eardley, Bart.
Patrons--Archbishops of Canterbury, York, For. Sec.- Rev. A. Tidman
Dublin, and their Lordships the Bishops. Home Sec.- Rev. J. J. Freeman
Clerk-Geo. W. Tegg

MARYLEBONE LITERARY AND SCIENTIFIC
ENTOMOLOGICAL SOCIETY,

INSTITUTION, 17, Old Bond-street.

17, Edwards-street, Portman-square. Pres.-G. R. Waterhouse

Patron-Lord Brougham
Secs.-E. Doubleday, J. W. Douglas Secretary--Robert Weir
Treas.-W. Yarrell

MEDICAL SOCIETY OF LONDON,
ETHNOLOGICAL SOCIETY,

3, Bolt Court, Fleet-street.
17, Savile-row.

Pres.-Henry Hancock Pres.-(vacant)

Secs.-W. Smiles, M.D. and J. Bowie, M.D. Hon. Sec.-R. King, M.D.

NATIONAL SOCIETY FOR PROMOTING THE
GEOLOGICAL SOCIETY,

EDUCATION OF THE POOR,
Somerset House.

Sanctuary, Westminster.
Pres.-Sir C. Lyell

Pres.-Archbishop of Canterbury
Secs.--W. J. Hamilton, and J. C. Moore Sec.-Rev. J. G. Lonsdale
For. Sec.-C. J. F. Bunbury

NUMISMATIC SOCIETY,

41, Tavistock-street, Covent-garden. HAKLUYT SOCIETY. Pres.-Sir R. I. Murchison

Pres.-W. D. Haggard Hon. Sec.-Wm. Desborough Cooley

Hon. Secs.-J. Cove Jones and C. R. Smith HARVEIAN SOCIETY,

For. Sec.-J. Y. Akerman
76, Harley-street.

PALÆONTOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY,
Pres. Dr. Ridge and W. B. Phillips Pres.-Sir H. T. De la Beche
Hon. Sec.Dr. Powell

Sec.-J. S. Bowerbank
HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY,

PARKER SOCIETY,
21, Regent-street.

33, Southampton-street, Strand. Pres. Duke of Devonshire

Pres.-Lord Ashley, M.P. Sec.-J. R. Gowen

Sec.-Wm. Thomas
Vice-Sec.—John Lindley, Ph. D.

PATHOLOGICAL SOCIETY,
HUNTERIAN SOCIETY,

21, Regent-street.
4, Blomfield-street, Finsbury.

Pres.-(vacant) Pres.-Edward Cock, F.R.C.S.

Secs.-E. Bentley, M.D., and N. Ward

PHILOLOGIC Secs.-Edw. Lloyd, M.D., and W. F. Cleve

SOCIETY. land

Pres.-The Bishop of St. David's
INCORPORATED LAW SOCIETY,

Sec.-Edwin Guest
Chancery Lane.

PHILOSOPHICAL INSTITUTION,
Pres. Thos. Clarke

Beaumont-square, Mile End. Vice Pres. Rich. Harrison

Treas.-D. Francis Sec.-Robert Maugham

Hon. Sec. Wm. Passmore

POPLAR INSTITUTION, INCORPORATED SOCIETY FOR PROMOTING THE

High-street, Poplar. ENLARGEMENT, BUILDING, AND REPAIR

Pres.--Dr. J. Bowring ING OF CHURCHES AND CHAPELS,

Sec.-T. E. Bowkett 4, St. Martin's place.

RAY SOCIETY, Pres.--Archbishop of Canterbury

22, Old Burlington-street. Sec. Rev. T. Bowdler

Pres.- Professor Bell INSTITUTION OF CIVIL ENGINEERS, Secs.-G. Johnston, M.D., E. Lankester, M.D. 25, Great George-street, Westminster.

ROYAL ACADEMY, Pres.-Joshua Field

Trafalgar-square Sec.-C. Manby

Pres.

Sir Martin Archer Shee
ISLINGTON LITERARY AND SCIENTIFIC Sec. John Prescott Knight
SOCIETY,

Keeper-George Jones
Wellington-street, High-street.

ROYAL ACADEMY OF MUSIC,
Pres.-Charles Woodward

4, Tenterden-street, Hanover-square. Hon. Secs.-J. Wilkinson and J. G. Allan Patron- The Queen Librarian-Joseph Simpson

Chairman of Committee of ManagementLINNEAN SOCIETY,

Earl of Westmorland 32, Soho-square,

Sec.-M. J. Gimson Pres.- (vacant)

E

ROYAL AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY OF

ENGLAND,

12, Hanover-square. Pres.-Marquess of Downshire Sec. - James Hudson

ROYAL ASIATIC SOCIETY,

5, New Burlington-street.
Pres. Earl of Ellesmere
Dir. Professor H. H, Wilson
Sec.-R. Clarke
Assistant Sec.-E. Norris
ROYAL ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETY,

Somerset House.
Pres.-G. B. Airy, Astron. Royal
Secs.-A. De Morgan and R, H, Manners
For. Sec.-J. R. Hind

ROYAL BOTANIC SOCIETY,

Regent's Park.
Pres. Duke of Norfolk
Treas.-E. Majoribanks
Sec.-J. De Carle Sowerby
ROYAL COLLEGE OF PHYSICIAN

Pall Mall East.
Pres.-.-J. Ayrton Paris, M.D.
Sec.-S. Bannister

ROYAL COLLEGE OF SURGEONS,

Lincoln's Inn Fields.
Pres.-J. H. Green
Vice-Pres.-J. M. Arnott and J. F. Smith
Sec. Edmond Belfour
ROYAL GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY,

3, Waterloo-place. Pres.-Capt. Wm. Smyth, R.N. Hon. Secs.-J. Hogg and Professor F. H.

Trithen Assist. Sec. and Editor of Journal Dr. Norton Shaw

ROYAL INSTITUTION,

Albemarle-street.
Pres. Duke of Northumberland
Sec.-Rev. John Barlow
Assist. Sec. and Lib.-B. Vincent
ROYAL INSTITUTE OF BRITISI ARCHITECTS,

16, Grosvenor-street.
Pres.--Earl De Grey
Secs.-J. J. Scoles and T. Donaldson
Librarian-F. H. Webb

ROYAL LITERARY FUND,

73, Great Russell-street.
Patron- The Queen
Pres.--Marquess of Lansdowne
Sec. -Octavian Blewitt
ROYAL MEDICO-BOTANICAL SOCIETY,

32, Sackville-street.
Pres. Earl Stanhope
Secs.-John Foote and D. Watkins
ROYAL MEDICAL AND CHIRURGICAL SOCIETY,

53, Berners-street. Pres.-- Thomas Addison, M.D. Secs.William Baly, M. D., and Fred. Le Gros Clark ROYAL POLYTECHNIC ASSOCIATION,

Cavendish-square, Sec. R. I. Longbottom

ROYAL SOCIETY,

Somerset House.
Pres.-Earl of Rosse
Vice-Pres. and Treas.-George Rennie
Secs. Thos. Bell and S. Hunter Christie
For, Sec.Lieut.-Col. Sabine
Assist. Sec. and Lib.-C, R. Weld
Clerk-Walter White

ROYAL SOCIETY OF LITERATURE,
4, St. Martin's

place. Pres.

Marquess of Northampton Sec.- Rev. Richard Cattermole

ROYAL SOCIETY OF MUSICIANS,

12, Lisle-street, Leicester-square. Sec.--John Agar Wood

ROYAL VETERINARY COLLEGE,

College-street, Camden Town. Profs.- William Sewell, C. Spooner, J. B. Simonds, and W. J. T. Morton

RUSSELL INSTITUTION,

55, Great Coram-street. Pres... Lord John Russell, M.P. Sec. and Librarian-E. W. Brayley

SHAKESPEARE SOCIETY,

9, Great Newport-street,
Pres.-Earl of Ellesmere
Sec.-F. G. Tomlins

SOCIETY FOR THE PROTECTION OF
AGRICULTURE AND BRITISH INDUSTRY,

• 17, Old Bond-street. Pres. Duke of Richmond Vice-Pres. - Duke of Buckingham and

Chandos
Sec.--Henry Byron

SOCIETY OF ANTIQUARIES,

Somerset House.
Pres.Viscount Mahon
Sec. Sir H. Ellis and J. Y. Akerman

SOCIETY OF BRITISH ARTISTS,
61,

Suffolk-street, Pall Mall East.
Pres.-F. Y. Hurlstone
Treas.-J. Tennant
Sec. John Allen
SOCIETY FOR THE ENCOURAGEMENT OF

ARTS, &c.,
19, John-street, Adelphi.
Pres.-H.R.H. Prince Albert
Sec.-J. Scott Russell
Assist. Sec.-W. Ellis
SOCIETY FOR PROMOTING CHRISTIAN

KNOWLEDGE,
77, Great Queen-st., Lincoln's Inn Fields.
Pres.--The Archbishop of Canterbury
Secs.--Rev. Thomas Boyles Murray, Rer,

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

79, Pall Mall.
Pres.-Archbp. of Canterbury
Sec.-Rev. Ernest Hawkins
Assist. Secs. --- Rev. H. J. Vernon and Rev.

H. H. Jones
SOCIETY FOR PROMOTING THE EMPLOYMENT

OF ADDITIONAL CURATES IN POPULOUS
PLACES,

4, St. Martin's place. Pres.--The Archbishops of Canterbury and

York-Sec.-Rev. J. M. Rodwell Assist. Sec.-Rey, Geo. Ainslie SOCIETY OF PAINTERS IN WATER-COLOURS,

5, Pall Mall East. Pres.- Copley Fielding Sec.-G. A. Fripp Treas.-F. Mackenzie SOCIETY OF PAINTERS IN WATER-COLOURS

(NEW),

53, Pall Mall.
Pres. --Henry Warren
Vice-Pres.-L. Haghe
Treas, and $ec.---Jamos Fahey

ROYAL SOCIETY.
Pres.-Sir Thomas M. Brisbane
Secs. - Dr. Gregory and Professor C. P.
Smyth

SOCIETY OF ANTIQUARIES.
Pres.- Marquess of Breadalbane
Secs. W. B. D. D. Turnbull and Daniel

Wilson
For. Sec.-A. Brunton, D.D.

SOCIETY OF ARTS.
Pres.-

Thomas Grainger
Sec. James Tod

WERNERIAN SOCIETY.
Pres. Robert Jameson, Prof. Nat. Hist.
Secs. - Patrick Neill, LL.D., and T. J.

Torrie

SOUTHWARK LITERARY INSTITUTION,

Borough-road.
Treas.-Geo. Pilcher
Librarian-B. W. Wheatland

STATISTICAL SOCIETY,

12, St. James's-square. Pres.-Earl of Harrowby Hon. Secs.-Joseph Fletcher, W. A. Guy,

M.D., and W. D. Oswald Assist. Sec-Brown

SYDENHAM SOCIETY,

45, Frith-street, Soho.
Pres.-Sir James Clark, M.D., Bart.
Sec.-J. R. Bennett, M.D.
UNITED SERVICE INSTITUTION,

Whitehall Yard.
Director_Capt. H. Downes, R. N., F.R.A.S.
Sec. and Cur.-L. H. J. Tonna

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

Chester-square
Treas.-C. Moxon, Emmanuel College,

Cambridge
WESTMINSTER LITERARY, SCIENTIFIC, AND

MECHANICS' INSTITUTION,
6, Great Smith-street, Westminster.
Pres.-Rt. Hon. C. Shaw Lefevre, M.P.
Sec.-W. H. J. Traice
WESTMINSTER MEDICAL SOCIETY,

17, Savile-row.
President-Francis Hird
Hon. Secs.-S. W. J. Merriman, M.D., and
R. Greenhalgh

ZOOLOGICAL SOCIETY,

11, Hanover-square. Pres.-Earl of Derby Sec.-D. W. Mitchell

DUBLIN.

COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS.
Pres.- Dr. William Stokes
Vice-Pres.-C. Lees
Regist.-J. Labatt, M.D.

COLLEGE OF SURGEONS.
Pres.-Andrew Ellis, M.D.
Vice-Pres. Thos. E. Beattie, M.D.
Sec.-Alex. Read, M.D.
Sec. to Council H. Maunsell, M.D.
Regist.-Wm. Boylan
ROYAL DUBLIN SOCIETY FOR PROMOTING HUS-

BANDRY AND OTHER USEFUL ARTS.
Pres. The Lord Lieutenant
Hon. Secs.-L.E.Foot and R.Harrison, M.D.
Assist. Sec.-E. Hardman
Regist.--P. Wilson
Prof. of Botany and Agriculture W. H.

Harvey, M.D.
Prof. of Chemistry-Ed. Davy
Prof. of Mineralogy and Geology-J.Scouler,

M.D.
Prof. Nat. Philosophy-Wm. Barker, M.D.
Prof. of Anat.-C. Č. King, M.D.
ROYAL HIBERNIAN ACADEMY OF PAINTING,

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

ROYAL IRISH ACADEMY.
Pres.-Rev. H. Lloyd, D.D.
Secs. Rev. J. H. Todd, D.D., and Rev.

Charles Gravis, A.M.
For. Sec.-Rev. S. Butcher, A.M.
Lib. Rev. W. H. Drummond, D.D.

EDINBURGH.

COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS.
Pres.- Wm. Seller
Sec.-Geo. Paterson

COLLEGE OF SURGEONS.
Pres.-J. A. Robertson, M.D.
Sec.--John Scott, W.S.

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

CALEDONIAN HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY,
Pres. Duke of Buccleuch
Sec.-Patrick Neill, LL.D.

PRINCIPAL CLUB-HOUSES. Alfred, 23, Albemarle-street

Law Club, Bell-yard, Temple Bar Army and Navy, 13, St. James's-square Military, Naval, and County Service, St. Arthur's, 69, St. James's-street

James's-street Athenæum, 114, Pall Mall

Oriental, 18, Hanover-square Boodle's, 28, St. James's-street

Oxford and Cambridge University, 71 and Brookes's, 60, St. James's-street

72, Pall Mall Carlton, 94, Pall Mall

Parthenon, 16, Regent-street City of London, 19, Old Broad-street Portland, 1, Stratford-place, Oxford-street Cocoa Tree (old), 64, St.

James's-street Reform Club, 104, Pall Mall Conservative, 74, St. James's-street

Royal Naval, 160, New Bond-street Erectheum, 8, York-street, St. James's Travellers', 106, Pall Mall square

Union, Trafalgar-square, Charing-cross Farmers', 39, New Bridge-street

United Service, 116, Pall Mall
Garrick, 35, King-street, Covent-garden United University, Pall Mall East
Gresham, corner of St Swithin's-lane West India, 60, St. James's-street
Guards', 49, St. James's-street

White's, 37 and 38, St. James'street
Junior United Service, 11, Charles-street, Whittington, 185, Strand,
St. James's-square

Windham, 11, St. James's-square

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

Names.

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

1547 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, Henry Nir.

1216 Oct. 28 1649, to the restoration of Edward I.

1272 Nov. 20 Charles II. Edward II. 1307 July 8 Charles IL (restored)*

1660 May 29 Edward III.

• 1327 Jan.
25 James II.

1685 Feb. 6 Richard II. . 1377 June 22 William III. and Mary II.

1689 Feb. 13 Henry IV. 1399 Sept. 30 William III, alone

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

• 1702 March 8 Henry VI.

1422 Sept. 1
George

. 1714 Aug 1 Edward IV..

1461 March 4
George II.

• 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 22
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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CIRCUITS OF THE JUDGES.

Somerset

Taunton, L--Bridgewater

& Wells, alternate, S. 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.

Carmarthen and Borough

- Carmar Surrey, {

Kingston, L.-Guildford & then, L. and S.

Croydon, alternate, s. Pembroke and Borough) HaverfordOXFORD. - Berks -{ Reading, L

of Haverfordwest-west, L. & S. Abingdon, S.

Cardigan -Cardigan, L and s.
Oxon–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
Hereford_Hereford, L. and S.

Montgomery-Welshpoo
Monmouth-Monmouth, L. and S.

Bala (Spring)

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

Dolgelly (Summer)
MIDLAND -- Northampton - Northampton, Carnarvon Carnarvon
L. and S.

Anglesey-Beaumaris
Rutland - Oakham, L. and S.

Denbigh-Ruthin
Lincoln and City-Lincoln, L. and S.

Flint Mold
Nottingham and Town-Nottingham, Chester_Chester
L. and s.

CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT.
Derby-Derby, L. and S.

By an Act of 4 William the Fourth,
Leicester & Boro'-Leicester, L. & S. cap. 36, a Central Criminal Court is con-
Warwickshire ---Coventry and War stituted for London and Middlesex, and
wickshire, L. and S.

certain parts of Essex, Kent, and Surrey, NORFOLK.--Bucks-Aylesbury, L. and S. the Sessions of which are to be holden in Bedford-Bedford, L. and S.

London or the suburbs at least twelve Huntingdon-Huntingdon, L. and S. times in every year. The Judges are the Cambridge--Cambridge, L. and S.

Lord Mayor, the Lord Chancellor, the Norfolk-Norwich, L. and S.

Judges, the Aldermen, Recorder, and Com

mon Serjeant of London, and such others Bury St. Edmunds, S. as her Majesty may appoint. The jurisNORTHERN.—York & City-York, L. and S. diction of this Court extends to all treasons, Durham-Durham, L. and S.

murders, felonies, and misdemeanours, Newcastle and Town-Newcastle, L. including all places within ten miles of Cumberland-Carlisle, L. and S. St. Paul's Cathedral. By this Act, also, Westmoreland-- Appleby, L, and S. offences committed on the high seas within

the jurisdiction of the Admiralty of England Liverpool

are to be tried in this court. The followWESTERN-Hants -- Winchester, L. and S. ing are the sittings for 1849-50: 1849, Nov. Wilts

26, Dec. 27; 1850, Jan. 7, Feb. 4, March 4, Devizes, S.

April 8, May 6, June 10, July 8, Aug.
Dorset-Dorchester, L. and S.
Devon and Exeter_Exeter, L. and S.

19, Sept. 16, Oct. 21. These sessions alCornwall-Bodmin, L. and S.

ways commence on Monday. Mr. John

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

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LAW AND OTHER PUBLIC OFFICES, Chancery Enrolment Office, Chancery-lane, With Hours of Attendance.

10 to 4; vacation, 10 to 2

Chancery Office, Southampton-buildings, Accountant-General's Office, Chancery 11 to 4; vacation, 11 to 1

lane, 9 to 2, and 4 to 7; and for deli. Church Building Commission, &c., 13, very of Drafts, 11 to 2

Great George-street, Westminster Acknowledgment of Deeds by Married City Court for Small Debts, Guildhall

Women, Serjeant's Inn, Fleet-street, buildings, 10 to 1 11 to 5; vacation, 11 to 3; long vaca City Police Commissioners' Office, 26, Old tion, 11 to 2

Jewry, 9 to 5 Adjutant-General's Office, Horse Guards, City Solicitor's Office, Guildhall, 9 to 7 10 to 5

Clerk of the Crown Office, Roll's-yard, Admiralty Court, College-square, Doctors' Chancery-lane, during the sitting of ParCommons, 11 to 7

liament 10 to 3, and at House of Lords Admiralty Register Office, Paul's Bake 5 to 7; at other times 10 to 2

house-court, Godliman-st., Oct. I to Mar. Clerk of the Essoigns Office, (C. P.) Elm

31, 10 to 3; Apr. 1 to Sept. 30, 10 to 4 court, Temple, il to 2, and 4 to 8 in Admiralty Naval Depart., Whitehall, 10 to 5 Term, and 4 to 6 in vacation Admiralty Civil Department, Somerset Clerk of the Juries and Hab. Cor. Office, 11 House, 10 to 4

to 2, and 6 to 8 in Term.Executed at Affidavit Office, Southampton-buildings, 10 Chief Justice C. P.'s Chambers, Rolls to 4; in long vacation, 11 to 1

Gardens, Chancery-lane Alien Office, at the Home Office, 11 to 4 Clerk of the Peace (City) Office, Sessions Allowance Office for spoiled Stamps, Somer House, Old Bailey, 10 to 5

set-place, Tues. Thurs. and Sat. 12 to 2 Clerk of the Peace, for Surrey, NorthApothecaries' Hall, Water-lane, Black street, Lambeth, 10 to 4

friars, 9 to 8 ; Solicitor's Office, 1 to 3 Ditto, Middlesex, Sessions-house, ClerkAppeals for Prizes, Doctors' Commons, 10 enwell, 10 to 3, and 5 to 8 to 3 and 4

Coal Exchange, Lower Thames-street, MonAppearance Office (O. B.), King's Bench days, Wednesdays, and Fridays, 12 to Walk, Temple. Hours as Writ Office

past 2 Archdeacon of London's Office, Great Colonial Land and Emigration Board, 10, Knight Rider-street, 9 to 7

Park-street, Queen-square Archdeacon of Middlesex's Office, 3, Godli Colonial Office, 13 and 14, Downing-street man-street, 10 to 4

Commander-in-Chief's Office, Horse Guards, Archdeacon of Surrey's Office, 3, Paul's 10 to 5 Chain, 10 to 4

Commissary of London's Office, 16, Great Archdeaconry of Rochester, 19, Benet's Knight Rider-street, 9 to 4 hill, 94 to 5

Commissary of Surrey's Office, 12, Great Arches' Registry, 20, Great Knight Rider Knight Rider-street, 10 to 5 street, 10 to 4

Commissary of London Registry for Wills, Army Pay Office, now called Paymaster 16, Knight Rider-street, 9 to 4

General's Office by Act of Parliament, Commissioners of Police, 4, Whitehall. Whitehall, 10 to 4

place, 10 to 4 Attorney-General's Office, 3, Essex-court, Commissioners of Sewers for City of LonTemple, 10 to 4, and 6 to 10

don, Guildhall-yard, 10 to 4 Audit Office for Public Accounts, Somerset Commissioners of Sewers for the Metropolis House, 10 to 4; Saturday, 10 to 2

(exclusive of the City of London) 1, GreekAuditor's Office for Land Revenue, 11, street, Soho-square, 9 to 4 Spring-gardens, 10 to 4

Common Pleas Office, Serjeant's Inn, ChanBankruptcy Ct., 82, Basinghall-st., 10 to 4 cery-lane, 11 to 5 in term ; 11 to 3 in vaBankrupts, Sec. of, 2, Quality-court, Chan cation, except from Aug. 10 to Oct. 24,

cery-lane, 10 to 4, and 6 to 8; during when il to 2 only. long vacation, 11 to 3

Copyhold Commission, Somerset House, 9 Bishop of London's Office, 3, Godliman to 6 street, 10 to 4

Corn Exchange, Mark-lane, Fenchurch. Bishop of London, Commissary Registry street, Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fri

for Middlesex and Barking, 16, Great days, 10 to 3 Knight Rider-street, 10 to 5

Court of Review, Registrar's Office, QuaBishop of Winchester's Office for Surrey, lity-court, Chancery-lane, 10 to 4 vaca

12, Great Knight Rider-street, 10 to 5 tion, 11 to 3 Board of Control for East India Affairs, Council Office, Whitehall, 10 to 4

Cannon-row, Westminster, 10 to 4 Crown Office (Q. B.), 2, King's Bench-walk, Board of Trade, Whitehall, 10 to 4

Temple, 11 to 3 vacation, 11 to 5 in Term; Board of Works, consolidated with Com. in Rule Department, in Term, 6 to 8

missioners of Woods and Forests and Crown Office, in Chancery, Rolls-yard, Land Revenue by Act of Parliament, 10 to 3 1 and 2, Whitehall-place, 10 to 4

Cursitor's Office, Rolls-yard, 10 to 6, in Bocking, registry of the Deanery of, 10, Term time, and 10 to 4 in long vacation Great Knight Rider-street, 9 to 7

Custom-house, Lower Thames-street, InBorough Court of Southwark, St. Mar door Offices 10 to 4; Waterside Offices, garet's-hill, Monday, 10 to 4

from 1st March to 31st Oct., 8 to 4; Chancellor of Exchequer, 11, Downing-st. from Ist Nov. to 28th Feb. 9 to 4

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