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SOUTHWARK LITERARY INSTITUTION,

ROYAL SOCIETY.
Borough-road.

Pres. Sir Thomas M. Brisbane
Treas.-Geo. Pilcher

Secs. -- Dr. Gregory and Professor C. P. Librarian_B. W. Wheatland

Smyth
STATISTICAL SOCIETY,

SOCIETY OF ANTIQUARIES.
12, St. James's-square.

Pres.-Marquess of Breadalbane Pres.-Earl of Harrowby

Secs. - W. B. D. D. Turnbull and Daniel Hon. Secs.—Joseph Fletcher, W. A. Guy, Wilson M.D., and W. D. Oswald

For. Sec.--A. Brunton, D.D.
Assist. Sec.-- Brown

SOCIETY OF ARTS.
SYDENHAM SOCIETY,

Pres. Thomas Grainger
45, Frith-street, Soho.

Sec.--James Tod Pres.- Sir James Clark, M.D., Bart.

WERNERIAN SOCIETY. Sec.-J. R. Bennett, M.D.

Pres. Robert Jameson, Prof. Nat. Hist. UNITED SERVICE INSTITUTION,

Secs. - Patrick Neill, LL. D., and T. J.
Whitehall Yard.

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

DUBLIN
WERNERIAN CLUB.

COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS,
Pres.-C. J. B. Aldis, M.D., 1, Chester-ter.,
Chester-square

Pres.--Dr. William Stokes
Treas.-C. Moxon, Emmanuel College, Vice-Pres.-C. Lees
Cambridge

Regist.-J. Labatt, M.D.
WESTMINSTER LITERARY, SCIENTIFIC, AND

COLLEGE OF SURGEONS.
MECHANICS' INSTITUTION,

Pres.---Andrew Ellis, M.D. 6, Great Smith-street, Westminster.

Vice-Pres.-Thos. E. Beattie, M.D. Pres.-Rt. Hon. C. Shaw Lefevre, M.P.

Sec.-Alex. Read, M.D. Sec.-W. H. J. Traice

Sec. to Council-H. Maunsell, M.D.

Regist.--Wm. Boylan
WESTMINSTER MEDICAL SOCIETY,

ROYAL DUBLIN SOCIETY FOR PROMOTING HUS17, Savile-row.

BANDRY AND OTII ER USEFUL ARTS. President-Francis Hird

Pres.---The Lord Lieutenant
Hon. Secs.-S. W. J. Merriman, M.D., and
R, Greenhalgh

Hon. Secs.---L. E.Foot and R.Harrison, M.D.

Assist. Sec.-E. Hardman
ZOOLOGICAL SOCIETY,
11, Hanover-square.

Regist.-P. Wilson

Prof. of Botany and Agriculture W. H. Pres.-Earl of Derby

Harvey, M.V. Sec.-D. W. Mitchell

Prof. of Chemistry--Ed. Davy

Prof. of Mineralogy and Geology-J.Scouler,
EDINBURGH.

M.D.
COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS.

Prof. Nat. Philosophy-Wm. Barker, M.D. Pres.- Wm. Seller

Prof. of Anat.-C. Č. King, M.D. Sec.-Geo. Paterson

ROYAL HIBERNIAN ACADEMY OF PAINTING,
COLLEGE OF SURGEONS.

SCULPTURE, AND ARCHITECTURE.
Pres.-J. A. Robertson, M.D.
Sec.—John Scott, W.S.

Pres. - Martin Cregan

Sec. - George Petrie HIGHLAND AND AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY.

ROYAL IRISH ACADEMY. Pres. Duke of Roxburghe

Pres. - Rev. H. Lloyd, D.D. Sec. John Hall Maxwell

Secs.- Rev. J. H. Todd, D.D., and Rev. CALEDONIAN HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY,

Charles Gravis, A.M. Pres. Duke of Buccleuch

For. Sec.- Rev. S. Butcher, A.M. Sec.—Patrick Neill, LL.D.

Lib.Rev. W. H. Drummond, D.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,

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

1272 Nov. 20 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 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 i.

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.

Henry II.

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Taunton, L.--Bridgewater CIRCUITS OF THE JUDGES. 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&

then, L. and S.

Pembroke and Borough } Haverford OXFORD. - Berks_ Reading, L.

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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 HerefordHereford, L. and S.

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

Merioneth

Bala (Spring)
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. Suffolk | Ipswich, L.

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
Lancaster
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 1849-50: 1849, Nov. Wilts { Dewi Sarum, L.

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

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

19, Sept. 16, Oct. 21. These sessions al. Devon and Exeter- Exeter, L. and S. ways commence on Monday. Mr. John Cornwall-Bodmin, L. and S.

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. I 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 (Q. 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, 9 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, WhitehallWhitehall, 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, Greek. Auditor'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 íl 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, FenchurchBishop 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, Boar 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 1st Nov. to 28th Feb. 9 to 4

Dean and Chapter of St. Paul's Office, 5, Judgment Office (Queen's Bench Office), Dean's-court, 94 to 5

Inner Temple; hours the same as the Dean and Chapter of Westminster's Office, Writ Office 19, Benet's-hill, 91 to 5

Land Revenue Office. See Board of Works Declaration Office, Queen's Bench Office, Land Tax Office for London, Guildhall

Inner Temple; hours same as Writ Office buildings, 10 to 4 Doctors' Commons, south side of St. Paul's Land Tax Office for Middlesex, 24, Red Churchyard

Lion-square, 10 to 4 Duchy of Cornwall Office, Somerset-place, Land Tax Register Office, Somerset House, 10 to 4

10 to 4 Duchy of Lancaster Office, Lancaster. Legacy Duty Office, Somerset House, 10 to 4 place, Waterloo-bridge, 10 to 4

Lord Chamberlain's Office, Stable-yard, St. East India House, Leadenhall-street, Trea- James's, 11 to 4

sury, 9 to 3; other departments, 9 to 4 Lord Chancellor's Secretary's Office, QuaEcclesiastical Commission, 5, Whitehall- lity-court, 10 to 4 place, 10 to 4

Lord Mayor's Court Office, 7, Old Jewry, Education, Commissioners for, Whitehall 10 to 4 Enclosure Commission Office

Lunatic Office, Quality-court, Chancery. Error Office for Allowance and Transcript lane, 10 to 4

(Q.B. and C.P.), Serjeants' Inn, Chancery. Lunatic Visitors' Office, 45, Lincoln's Inn lane, 10 to 4 in Term; 12 to 2 vacation Fields, 10 to 4 Examiners' Office, Rolls-yd., Chancery-la., Marshal and Associate's Office, (Q.B. and

10 to 4 in Term, and 11 to 3 in vacation C.P.) Rolls'-gardens, 11 to 2 and 6 to 8; Exchequer of Pleas Office, 7, Stone-bldgs., in vacation, 11 to 2

Old-square, 11 to 5 in Term; 11 to 3 in Ditto (Exchequer), 5, Child's-place, 11 to 3 vacation, except from August 10 to Oct. and 6 to 8; in vacation, 11 to 2 24, when 11 to 2 only

Masters in Chancery Office, 25, SouthampExchequer Bill Loan Office, S. Sea House, ton-buildings, 10 to 4; vacation, 11 to 2; 10 to 4

long vacation, 11 to 1 Exchequer Rule Office, 7, Stone-bdgs., Lin. Masters' Office, Q.B., King's Bench-walk,

coln's Inn, in Term, 11 to 3, and 6 to 8; Temple; C.P., Serjeants’-inn, Chancery

in vacation, 11 to 3 ; long vacation, 11 to 2 lane; Exch. Stone-buildings, Lincoln's. Excise Office, Broad-street, 9 to 3

inn, il to 5; in vacation, 11 to 3; from Excise Export Office, 49, Great Tower- 10 Aug. to 23 Oct. 11 to 2 street, 9 to 3

Metropolitan Buildings, 3, Trafalgar-sq., Factories Inspectors' Office, 15, Duke-st., 10 to 4 Westminster, 10 to 4

Metropolitan Commissioners in Lunacy, Faculty Office, 10, Gt. Knight Rider-st., 9 to 7 19, New-street, Spring-gardens, 10 to 4 First Fruits' Office, Dean':-yard, West- Metropolitan Roads, North of the Thames,

minster, consolidated with Queen Anne's 22, Whitehall-place, 10 to 5 Bounty Office, 10 to 4

Metropolitan Police Office, Scotland-yard, Foreign Office, 15 and 16, Downing-street 10 to 4 Gazette-office, St. Martin's-lane

Middlesex Registry, Beil-yard, TempleGazette Advert. Office, 42, Chancery-lane bar, 11 to 3 for searches; 11 to 2 for General Board of Health, Gwydyr House, leaving deeds Whitehall-place, 10 to 4

Navy Oifice, Somerset House, 10 to 4 General Register Office of Births, Deaths, Omice of Coroners for Middlesex, 35, Bed

and Marriages, 7 & 8, Somerset-place, 10 ford-square to 4

Office for taking Affidavits in Chancery, Great Seal, Patent Office, Quality-court, Q.B., C.P., and Excheq,, Ireland, and Chancery-lane, 10 to 4

Irish Deeds Registry Office, 10, SouthGreenwich Out-Pension Office, Tower-hill, ampton-buildings, Chancery-lane, 10 10 4 10 to 4

Ordnance Office, 86, Pall Mall, 10 to 6; Hackney Carriage Omice, at Excise Omice and Tower, 10 to 4 Half-pay Office. Sec Army Pay Office Patent Bill Office, 13, Serle-st., Lincoln's. Hawkers' and Pedlers' Office, Somerset inn, 10 to 4 House, 10 to 4

Patent Office, Great Seal, Quality-court, Heralds' College Office, St. Benet's-hill, 10 to 4 Doctors' Commons, 10 to 4

Pay Office of the Army , consolidated. See Home Office, Whitehall, 10 to 4

Navy Army Pay Office. Inrolment Office, 2, Chancery-lane, 10 to Peculiar of Archb. of Canterbury's Office, 4; vacation 10 to 2

5, Bell-yard, Doctors' Commons, 9 to 7 Insolvent Debtors' Ct., Portugal-st. 10 to 4 Petty Bag Otlice, Rolls-yard (C.), 10 to 6; Invalid Office, 4, Northumberland-street, long vacation, 10 to 4 Strand, 10 to 4

Plantation Office, Whitehall, 11 to 3 Irish Office, 18, Great Queen-street, West- Police Offices, 10 to 5 minster, 11 to 5

Poor Law Commission, Somerset H., 10 to 4 Joint Stock Company's Registration Office, Post-horse Tax Office, at the Excise Office Serjeants’-inn, Fleet-street, 10 to 4

Post Office, St. Martin's-le-Grand Judge Advocate's Ofice, 35, Great George. | Prerogative Court, College-sq., Doctors' street, Westminster, 10 to 4

Commons, 10 to 4 Judges' Chambers, Rolls' Gardens, Chan- Prerogative Will Office, 6, Great Knight

cery-lane, 11 to 5; vacation, 11 to 3; Rider-street, 9 to 4, and 9 to 3 in long vacation, 11 to 2

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Presentation Office, Quality-court, 10 to 4 Scottish Corporation Office, Crane-court,
Prevention of Cruelty Society, 12, Pall Fleet Street, 10 to 4
Mall, 10 to 4

Secondary's Office, 5, Basinghall-st., 10 to 7 Privy Seal and Signet Office, 28, Abingdon- Secretary's Office, Lord Chancellor's, Quastreet, 10 to 3

lity-court, Chancery-lane, 10 to 4; Rolls, Property-Tax Department, Stamp Office, Chancery-lane, 10 to 3; vacation, 11 to 1 Somerset House, 10 to 4

Sheriff of Middlesex's Office, Red Lion-sq. Public Accounts Office. See Auditors' Office Hours as Writ Office Public Office in Chancery, Southampton Signet Office. See Privy Seal

buildings, 10 to 4; in long vacation, Il to Solicitor-General's Office, 6, New-square, l; no attendance on Saturdays

Lincoln's-inn
Public Record Office-Head Office, Rolls' Sons of the Clergy, 2, Bloomsbury-place,

House, Chancery-lane. Branch Offices, Bloomsbury-square
Rolls' Chapel, Tower, Chapter House, Stage Coach Duty Office, at Excise

Poet's Corner, and Carlton Ride, 10 to 4 Office
Public Works Loan Office, S. Sea House Stamp Office, Somerset House, 10 to 4. No
Queen Anne's Bounty Office, Dean's-yard, money received after 3

Westminster; Treasurer's Department, State Paper Office, 12, Duke-street, West10 to 2; Secretary's and First Fruits and minster, 11 to 4 Tenths Department, 10 to 4

Stationery Office, James-street, BuckingQueen's Bench Office, King's Bench-walk, ham-gate, 10 to 4.

Temple; hours as the Writ Office Stock Exchange, Capel-court, Bank, 10 to 4 Queen's Remembrancer Office, 22, Duke. Subpæna Office, Rolls-yard, 11 to 4 in street, Westminster, 10 to 4

Term, and 11 to 1 in vacation only Railway Board, 22, Great George-street Surveyor of Crown Lands, 8, Richmond. Receiver's Office for Greenwich Hospital, terrace. See Board of Works Tower Hill, 10 to 4

Tax Office, Somerset-place, 10 to 4 Record and Writ Clerks' Office, Chancery. Taxing Master's Office, Staple-inn, 10 to

lane, 10 to 4 in Term and during the 4; vacation, 11 to 1 Seals, at other times 11 to 2

Tenths Office, consolidated with Queen Register of Bankrupts, 2, Quality-court, Anne's Bounty Office, 10 to 2

Chancery-lane, 10 to 4; during the long Tithe Commissioners' Office, 9, Somersetvacation, 11 to 3

place, 9 to 6 Register Office of the Dean and Chapter of Transport Office, Somerset House, 10 to 4

St. Paul's, 5, Dean's-court, Doctors'. Treasurer for the County of Middlesex's commons, 9 to 5

Office, Clerkenwell Sess.-house, 10 to 3 Registrar Office, Chancery-lane (C.) 10 to 2 Treasury Office, Whitehall, 10 to 4 Registrar of Metropolitan Surveys, 3, Tra- Vicars General and Peculiars' Office, Bellfalgar-square

yard, Doctors' Commons, 9 to 7 Registry of Designs, 35, Lincoln's-inn-fields Victualling Office, Somerset House, 10 to 4 Report and Entries Office, Chancery-lane, War Office, Horse Guards, 10 to 4 9 to 3; vacation, 11 to 1

Wine Licence Office, Excise Office, BroadRoyal Marine Office, 22, New-st., Spring- street, City, 10 to 3 gardens, 10 to 5

Woods, Forests, and Land Revenues, Public Rule Office (Q.B.), Queen's Bench Office, Works and Buildings Office, Whitehall

Inner Temple, l1 to 3, and 6 to 8, in place, 10 to 4

Term; in vacation, as Writ Office Writs Office (Q.B.), Queen's Bench Office, Rule Office (C.P.), 11 to 3, and 6 to 8, in King's Bench-walk, Temple, l1 to 4, Term; in vacation, as Writ Office

vacation, 11 to 3; long vacation, li School of Design, Somerset House

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12 HACKNEY-CARRIAGE FARES. time not exceeding half an hour, one shil. All vehicles, whether on two or more ling, and sixpence for every additional quarwheels, plying for passengers in any part ter of an hour, or fractional part thereof, of the metropolis, within five miles of the

CABRIOLETS. General Post Office, with the exception of those licensed as stage-coaches, are deemed

For every hackney-carriage drawn by

one horse only, two-thirds of the rates and hackney-carriages within the provisions of

fares above-mentioned. the Act.

Fares according to Distance.--For every RATE OF ALLOWANCE TO WITNESSES. hackney.carriage drawn by two horses any For Attendance and Expenses. per day. distance not exceeding one mile, one shil. Surgeons, Surveyors, and Attorneys ling, and sixpence for every additional Merchants

1 1 0 Tradesmen

0 15 0 half-mile or fractional part of half a mile.

Journeymen Mechanics.

0 7 0 Fares according to Time.--For every

For Travelling

18. od. a mile. hackney-carriage drawn by two horses any | The Attorney in the cause 1 3

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