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Clerks, Senior.-J. B. Hutchins, H. P. Thomas, Esqrs.
Clerks, Junior.-W. W. Conolly, J. Lithiby, J. W. Porter, and J. E. Clarke, Esqrs.
TURNPIKES AND HIGHWAYS DEPARTMENT.
Clerks.-W. Harrison and R. Cranston, Esqrs.
ALKALI ACTS DEPARTMENT.
R. ANGUS SMITH, ESQ.
J. T. HOBSON, ESQ.
BRERETON TODD, ESQ.
CHARLES BLATHERWICK, Esq.
METROPOLIS WATER ACT DEPARTMENT.
Auditor.-Allen Stoneham, Esq.
Water Examiner.-Major Frank Bolton, C.E.
Clerks to General Inspectors.-J. Wyer, J. L. Wetherill, J. Ovey, J W. Hall, E. Baker, W. Knapton, H. Harris, G. W. Thomas, J. H Manwaring, George F. Mathew, W. H. Humphreys, and William Endersby, Esqrs.
Office Keeper.-Mr. G. Whittlestone.
Messengers.-O. Owens, C. Bromley, R. Green, H. Clarke, W. Green, G. Cobb, J. McDonald.
OFFICE: WHITEHALL, S.W.
HILARY TERM begins 11th January.. Ends 31st January.
The Act will be July 2.
TERMS IN ENGLAND. Usually taken in Leases. 25 March Lady Day. | 29 Sept. Mich. Day. 24 June, Midsum. 25 Dec. Christmas.
RETURN OF ALL WRITS.
By stat. 1 Wm. IV., c. 3, s. 2. the Return days for all Writs usually made returnable on General Return days may be made returnable on the third day exclusive before the commencement of each term, or on any day, not being Sunday, between that day and the third day exclusive before the last day of the Term. And by the act 3 and 4 Wm. IV., c. 67. s. 2, all Writs of Execution may be tested on the day they are issued, and be made returnable immediately after the execution thereof.* Subpas. teste, if issued in Term, should be tested on first day of Term; if issued in Vacation, should be tested on the last day of the preceding Term. Michaelmas Term, 1844, in a cause, (Common Pleas decision in "Edgell v. Curling.")
• Terms altered by 1 Wm. IV., c. 70, s. 6, and explained by 1 Wm., c. 3, s. 3.
HOLIDAYS KEPT AT LAW AND PUBLIC OFFICES FOR THE YEAR 1873.
CHANCERY OFFICES.-Good Friday; Monday and Tuesday in Easter week, 14th and 15th April; Christmas Day; in addition to the usual Vacations at Easter and Whitsuntide. Long Vacation 10th August to 28th October; and Christmas, 24th December to 6th January.
COMMON LAW OFFICES (see Rules of all the Courts of Hilary Term, 6th Wm. IV., 1836).-Good Friday, April 11; Easter Eve, April 12; Easter Monday, April 14; Easter Tuesday, April 15; Christmas Day and the three following days; and the following if they do not fall in term, viz.: the Queen's Birthday; the Queen's Accession, June 20; Whit Monday and Whit Tuesday, June 2 and 3.
CUSTOM HOUSE AND INLAND REVENUE OFFICES.-Good Friday, Apr. 11; Queen's Birthday; Coronation, June 28; Birthday of H.R.H. Prince of Wales, Nov. 9: Christmas Day ;-which days are also ordered to be kept as holidays by the officers and servants of the Dock Companies of the United Kingdom. At the Inland Revenue Offices, Whit Monday and Tuesday are also Holidays.
BANK OF ENGLAND.-Good Friday, Easter Monday, Monday in Whitsun week, first Monday in August, Christmas Day, 26th December, if a week day; and, in the Transfer Offices, 1st May and 1st November in addition. N.B. Whenever the 1st May or 1st November falls on a Sunday, the holiday will be kept on the Monday following.
THE ROYAL FAMILY.
ALEXANDRINA VICTORIA, born May 24, 1819; married Feb. 10, 1840, to Albert Francis Augustus Chas. Emanuel, Duke of Saxe Coburg and Gotha, Prince Consort, born Aug. 26, 1819, died Dec. 14, 1861.
Victoria Adelaide Mary Louisa, Princess Royal, born Nov. 21, 1840; married Jan. 25, 1858, to Prince Frederic William of Prussia.
Albert Edward, Prince of Wales, born Nov. 9, 1841; married, March 10, 1863, to the Princess Alexandra, of Denmark, born Dec. 1, 1844, and has issue, Albert Victor Christian Edward, born Jan. 8, 1864, and Geo. Fd. Ernest Albert, b. June 3, 1865, Louise Victoria Alexandra Dagmar, born Feb. 20, 1867; Victoria Alexandra Olga Mary, born July, 6, 1868; Maud Charlotte Mary Victoria, born Nov. 26, 1869; and Alexander John Charles Albert, born April 6, 1871, died April 7, 1871.
Alice Maud Mary, born April 25, 1843; married July 1, 1862, to Prince Louis of Hesse-Darmstadt.
Alfred Ernest Albert, Duke of Edinburgh, born Aug. 6, 1844.
Helena Augusta Victoria, born May 25, 1846; married July 5, 1866, to Prince Christian of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Augustenburg.
Louisa Caroline Alberta,b. Mar. 18, 1848; married John Douglas Sutherland, Marquis of Lorne.
Arthur William Patrick Albert, born May 1, 1850.
Leopold George Duncan Albert, born April 7, 1853.
Beatrice Mary Victoria Feodore, born April 14, 1857.
Royal Princes and Princesses.
Geo. Fred., Duke of Cumberland (ExKing of Hanover), born May 27, 1819; married Feb. 18, 1843, Mary Alexandrina, daughter of Joseph, Duke of Saxe Altenburg
George William, Duke of Cambridge, born March 26, 1819; Augusta Caroline, July 19, 1822, married June 28, 1843, the Grand Duke of Mecklenburg-Strelitz; Mary Adelaide, Nov. 27, 1833, married Prince of Teck, June 12, 1866.
First Lord of the Treasury (Prime Mi. nister), Rt. Hon. W. E. Gladstone. Lord President of the Council, Marquis of Ripon.
Lord High Chancellor, Lord Selborne. Lord Privy Seal, Viscount Halifax. Chancellor of the Exchequer, Right Hon. Robert Lowe.
Secretaries of State:
Home, Rt. Hon. H. A. Bruce.
First Lord of the Admiralty, Rt. Hon. G. J. Goschen.
Pres. of Board of Trade, Rt. Hon. Chichester Fortescue.
Pres. of the Local Government Board, Rt..
Chief Sec.of Ireland, Marquis of Hartington.
COURTS OF EQUITY AND LAW.
COURT OF CHANCERY.
Lord High Chancellor, Lord Selborne. Chief Sec., C. S. Bagot-Reg. in Lunacy, Charles N. Wilde.
Master of the Rolls, Rt. Hon. Lord Romilly -Chief Sec., W. G. Brett- Under Sec., A. Cox.
Accountant-General, Wm. Russell.
Lords Justices of Appeal, Rt. Hon. Sir
COURTS OF LAW.
Queen's Bench-Lord Chief Justice, Sir A. J. E. Cockburn-Judges, Sir Colin Blackburn, Sir J. Mellor, Sir Robert Lush, Sir J. R. Quain, and Sir Archibald.
Common Pleas - Lord Chief Justice, Sir Wm. Bovill-Judges, Sir John Barnard Byles, Sir Hen. S. Keating, Sir W. B. Brett, Sir W. R. Grove, and Hon. G. Denman.
Exchequer Lord Chief Baron, Right Hon. Sir Fitzroy Kelly-Barons,Sir S. Martin, Sir G. W. W. Bramwell, Sir W. F. Channell, Sir Gillery Pigott, and Sir Anthony Cleasby-Queen's Remembrancer, Wm. Henry Walton.
1. Last day for Clerks to Guardians transmitting the Annual Lists of Pauper Lunatics to visitors of Asylum of County or Borough in which the Union or Parish is situated, the Clerk of the Peace of the County or Clerk to the Justices of the Borough, the Commissioners in Lunacy, and the Local Government Board.
5. On or before this day, claims, &c., of persons to vote as Owners or Proxies in election of Guardians to be entered in the regis ter by Overseers.
5-10. Register of claims &c., of persons to vote as owners and proxies in election of Guardians to
be open to inspection between these days.
5-15.Overseers to pubiish notice of objections by them to names on the register of owners.
15. Last day for objecting to claims, &c., of owners and proxies to vote in Election of Guardians.
15. Last day for sending to Superintendent - Regis trar copies of the entries of Births, &c., for the Quarter ending December 31.
20. Last day for Clerks to Guardians to give Overseers notice of day for hearing objections to owners' claims, &c., to vote in election of Guar