Robert Earl of Roden.

Ernest Earl of Lisburn.

Richard Plantaganet Earl Nugent.
Stephen Earl of Mount Cashel.
Edward Michael Earl of Longford.
John Earl of Portarlington.
John Earl of Mayo.

William Earl of Enniskillen.

John Earl of Erne.

Edmond Earl of Kilkenny.

Otway O'Connor Earl of Desart.
William Forward Earl of Wicklow.
John Henry Earl of Clonmel.
John Earl of Clare.

Nathaniel Earl of Leitrim.

George Charles Earl of Lucan.

Armar Earl of Belmore.

James Earl of Bandon.
Robert Earl of Castlestuart.
John Hely Earl of Donoughmore.
James Dupré Earl of Caledon.
Valentine Earl of Kenmare.

William Thomas Earl of Clancarty.

Archibald Earl of Gosford.

William Earl of Rosse.

Welbore Ellis Earl of Normanton.

Charles William Earl of Charleville.

Richard Earl of Bantry.

Richard Earl of Glengall.

George Augustus Frederick Earl of Sheffield.

Francis Jack Earl of Kilmorey.

Henry Stanley Earl of Rathdowne.

Windham Henry Earl of Dunraven.

William Earl of Listowel.

Hector Earl of Norbury.

Thomas Earl of Ranfurly.

Jenico Viscount Gormanstown.

George Child Viscount Grandison.

Henry Charles Viscount Dillon.
James Viscount Netterville.

John Saville Lumley Viscount Lumley.
Percy Clinton Sydney Viscount Strangford.
Thomas Heron Viscount Ranelagh.

James Viscount Strabane.

Richard Pigot Viscount Molesworth.
Richard Walter Viscount Chetwynd.
Gustavus Viscount Boyne.

William Keppel Viscount Barrington.
George Edward Arundell Monckton Viscount

Henry Jeffry Viscount Ashbrooke.

Hervey Viscount Mount-Morres.
Arthur Trever Viscount Dungannon.
Thomas Anthony Viscount Southwell.
John Viscount De Vesci.
James Viscount Lifford.

William Viscount Melbourne.
Hayes Viscount Doneraile.

John James Viscount Harberton.
Cornwallis Viscount Hawarden.

John Viscount O'Neill.

Barry John Viscount Avonmore.
John Henry Viscount Templetown.

Cornelius Viscount Lismore.

Robert Viscount Lorton.

Lodge Redmond Viscount Frankfort De


Thomas Baron Trimlestown.

Edward Wadding Baron Dunsany.

Thomas Oliver Baron Louth.

Cadwalladar Davis Baron Blayney.

John Evans Baron Carberry.

Mathew Whitworth Baron Aylmer.

Henry Baron Farnham.

Constantine Henry Baron Mulgrave.
Godfrey Baron Macdonald.

William Baron Kensington.
Edward Baron Rokeby.

Mathew Fitzmaurice Baron Muskerry.

Samuel Baron Hood.

William Baron Riversdale.
George Baron Auckland.

John Cavendish Baron Kilmaine.
Valentine Browne Baron Cloncurry.

Robert Baron Clonbrock.

Henry Cavendish Baron Waterpark.
Samuel Baron Bridport.

George Augustus Henry Anne Baron Rancliffe.

Beaumont Baron Hotham.

Richard Baron Cremorne.

Charles John Baron Teignmouth.

Edward Baron Crofton.

Charles Baron Ffrench.

Robert Baron Henley.

John Baron Henniker.

Thomas Townsend Meredith Baron Ventry.

George Baron Mountsandford.

Henry Baron Dunally.

Granville George Baron Radstock.

Alan Legge Baron Gardner.

George Baron Nugent.

Eyre Baron Clarina.

Frederick Thomas Baron Rendlesham.

Richard Baron Castlemaine.

John Horsley Baron Decies.

Ulysses Baron Downes.

Benjamin Baron Bloomfield.

Richard Wogan Baron Talbot De Malahide.

Robert Shapland Baron Carew.

Dominick Baron Oranmore and Browne.

For C. Fitz-Simon,

Clerk of the Crown and Hanaper,

T. O'Mara, Deputy.




Whitehall, January 8, 1845.

THE Queen has been pleased to present the Reverend James French to the charge and office of Second Minister of the church and parish of Dunfermline, in the presbytery of Dunfermline and shire of Fife, vacant by the resignation of the Reverend John Tod Brown, late Second Minister thereof.

Downing-Street, January 10, 1845. '

The Queen has been pleased to appoint Major Matthew Richmond to be Superintendent of the Southern Division of the Colony of New Zealand.




At the Court at Windsor, the 13th day of December 1844,


The QUEEN's Most Excellent Majesty in Council.

WHEREAS the Ecclesiastical Commissioners for England have, in pursuance of an Act, passed in the session of Parliament held in the sixth and seventh years of Her Majesty's reign, intituled "An Act to make better "provision for the spiritual care of populous "parishes," duly prepared and laid before Her Majesty in Council a scheme, bearing date the tenth day of December in the year one thousand eight hundred and forty-four, in the words following, that is to say:

"We, the Ecclesiastical Commissioners for England, in pursuance of an Act, passed in the session of Parliament held in the sixth and seventh years of your Majesty's reign, intituled "An Act to make better provision for the spiritual << care of populous parishes," have prepared, and now humbly lay before your Majesty in Council, the following scheme, for constituting a separate district for spiritual purposes out of

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