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MONTHLY NOTICES. 1. Borough Councillors to be elected.

15. Certificate to be taken out yearly by any 1. Saffron Walden-cows.

person admitted as an attorney or solicitor, or as 1. Holiday at Bank and South-Sea Transfer a proctor or writer to the signet, or admitted and Offices.

enrolled as a notary public, and by every sworn 2. Frankfort-on-the-Oder - manufactured clerk, clerks in court, &c.; by any member of an goods, &c.

inn of court in England, acting as conveyancer, 5. Beverley-cattle, horses, and sheep. special pleader, draftsman in equity, not being 5. Newcastle-under-Lyne-cattle.

at the bar. 6. Eccleshall-cattle, sheep, and saddle-horses. 17, 18. Andover-sheep, horses,leather,cheese. 8. Rochdale-horses,cattle, and woollen cloths. 20. Boston (four days)-horses. 8. Cirencester-cattle, sheep, horses, &c. 22. Guildford-horses, cattle, sheep, and hogs. 8. Warwick-horses, cows, and sheep.

26. Llandovery-cattle and pigs. 8, 9. Leeds-cattle, horses, and hardware. 29. Gloucester-cattle, pigs, horses, &c. 9. Mayor and Aldermen of Boroughs to be 29. Harleston, for a month-Scotch cattle. elected.

30. Wells-oxen, horses, sheep, and hogs. 11. Martinmas, Scotch Quarter-day.

30. Warrington, for ten days-horses, horned 13. Loughborough-horses, cows, and sheep. Icattle, and cloth.

SUNDAY LESSONS.

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ASTRONOMICAL PHENOMENA. of the lofthe Week. Year Remarkable Days. Mercury, in the constellations Libra, Scorpio and

Sagittarius, is an evening star throughout the month,

setting from 14m, to ih. 3m. after the sun. On the 1 M 306 All Saints.

4th, at 11h. 55m. A.M., in Aphelion; on the 9th, at

11h. 2m. P.M., in conjunction with Jupiter, at 20 2 TU 307 All Souls. Mich.Ter, beg. 2. N.; and, on the 19th, at 2h. 36m. A.M., with

Mars, at 136' N. 3W 308

Venus, in the constellation Virgo, on the 15th

passes the meridian at 9h. 8m. A.M.; on the 17th, 4 TH 309

at 1h. 33). P.M., in Perihelion. 5 F 310 Gunpowder Plot, 1605.

Mars, in the constellations Libra and Scorpio,

is an evening star throughout the month. 6 S 311

Jupiter, in the constellation Scorpio, is an evening

star till the 21st, then invisible to the end of the 7 S 312 22 Sunday after Trinity.

month. On the 26th, at oh. 32m, A.M., in conjunc

tion with the sun. 8 M 313

Saturn, in the constellation Aries, on the 6th, 9 To 314

Prince of Wales o. 1841. at 4h. 17m. P.M., in opposition to the sun; on the
Lord Mayor's Day.

15th passes the meridian at 11h. 7m. P.M. 10 W 315

Uranus, in the constellation Aries, on the 15th

passes the meridian at 10h. 34m. P.M. 11 TH 316 St. Martin. Half Quart.

The Moon, on the 3rd, at 9h: 47m. A.M., in con. 12 F 317 Camb, Mich, T. div. m.

junction with B Geminorum (Pollux) at 46 47' N.;

on the 6th, at Oh. 59m. A.M., with a Leonis (Regu13 S 318

lus) at 4° 7' S.; on the 8th, at 1h. 40m: P.M., with

Venus, at 30 54' S.; on the 9th, at 4h. 36m. P.M., 14 S 319 23 Sunday after Trinity.

with a Virginis (Spica) at 70 271 S.; on the 11th, at

8h. Om. A.M., in Perigee. On the 12th, at 10h. 8m. 15 M 320

in conjunction with Jupiter, at 1° 53' S.; at 10h. 35m.

A.M., with 81 Scorpii, at 10 28' S.; at 3h. 53m. P.M., 16 Tu 321

with Mercury, at 4C 8' S.; on the 13th, at oh. 4m.

A.M., with Mars, at 20 26' S.; on the 24th, at 4h. 17 W322

0m. A.M., in Apogee; at 10h. 9m. P.M., in conjunc

tion with Saturn, at 1° 17' N.; on the 27th, at ih. 18 TH 323

49m. A.M., with a Tauri (Aldebaran), at 30 41' S.; 19 F 324

on the 28th, at oh. 12m. A.M., with B Tauri, at 60

11' N.; on the 30th, at 3h. 23m. P.M., with B Gemi20 s 325

norum (Pollux) at 4° 40' S.

The Constellations Perseus and Eridanus are on 21 5 326 < 24, Sunday after Trinity. the meridian at midnight in the middle of the

Princess Royal b. 1840. month. 22 M 327 St. Cecilia.

Eclipses of Jupiter's Satellites 23 Tu 328

are not visible from the 31st day of October until 24 W 329

the 20th day of December, Jupiter being too near

to the sun. 25 TH 330 Mich. Term ends. 26 F 331

Hebrew Calendar. Mohammedan Calendar. 1852, 5613

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MONTHLY NOTICES. 1. Rotherham-cattle and horses.

11. Boston-cattle. 1. Bury St. Edmunds-cattle.

12. Shrewsbury-cattle, sheep; pigs, &c. 4. Dursley-cattle and pedlery.

14. Thirsk-horned cattle, horses, sheep, &c. 4. Atherstone-horses and fat cattle.

17. Hornsea-horses and cattle. 6. Bodminoxen, sheep, and cloths.

28. Bridgewater-cattle, &c. 6. Higham Ferrars-horses, horned cattle, and 31. Last day of the year. Those who have not sheep.

been accustomed to keep an account of personal 7 and 18. Cheltenham-cattle and pedlery. or household expenses should begin from this

9, 10, 11. Bradford, Yorkshire-hogs and ped- day. Those in trade who have not been accus. lery.

tomed to take an annual account of stock should 11. Baldock-cheese, cattle, &c.

begin from this day. Without cash-books and 10, 11. Bewdley-first day, hogs only--2nd day, without stock-books, trade is little better than a horned cattle, horses, cheese, &c.

game of charce. SUNDAY LESSONS. Proper Lessons, Morning.

Proper Lessons, Evening. Dec. 5 2nd Sun, in Advent Isaiah 5

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346 12 S 347 3 Sunday in Advent. 13 M 348 14 Tu 349 15 W 350 Ember Week. 16 Th 351 Camb. Mich. Term ends. 17 F

352 Oxford Mich. Term ends.

353 19 S 354 4 Sunday in Advent. 20 M 355 21 Tu 356 { St. Thomas. Shortest day.

( Winter Quarter begins. 22 W357 23 TH 358 24 F

359 25 s 360 CHRISTMAS DAY.

ASTRONOMICAL PHENOMENA. Mercury, in the constellations Sagittarius and Scorpio, is an evening star till the 17th ; invisible till the 23rd; then a morning star to the end of the month. On the 2nd at 5h. 32m. at greatest elongation, 21° 5' E.; on the 11th, at 4h. 12m. A.M., stationary;, on the 16th, at 4h. 23m. A.M., in conjunction with Mars, at 1° 37' S.; on the 18th, at 11h. 36m. A.M., in Perihelion; on the 20th, at 5h. 9m. P.M., in inferior conjunction with the sun; on the 31st, at 3h. 30m. A.M., stationary.

Venus, in the constellations Virgo, Libra and Scorpio, is a morning star throughout the month, rising from 3h. 42m. to 2h. 39m. before the sun.

Murs, in the constellations Scorpio and Sagittarius, is an evening star throughout the month.

Jupiter, in the constellation Scorpio, is a morning star throughout the month.

Saturn, in the constellation Aries, on the 15th passes thé meridian at 9h. 2m. P.M.

Uranus, in the constellation Aries, on the 15th passes the meridian at 8h, 32m. P.M.

The Moon, on the 3rd, at 7h. 24m. A.M., in conjunction with a Leonis (Regulus) at 5° 53' S. ; on the 7th, at 1h. 57m. A.M., with a Virginis (Spica), at 7° 34' S.; on the 8th, at 10h. 14m. A.M., with Venus, at 20 6' S.; at 3h. 24m. P.M., with a2 Libræ (Zuben el Chamali) at 30 42' S.; on the 9th, at 6h. Om. P.M., in Perigee; at 9h. 45m. P.M., in conjunction with Bl Scorpii, at 1° 29' S.; on the 10th, at 6h. 59m. A.M., with a Scorpii (Antares) at 60 38' S.; at 7h. 33m. A.M., with Jupiter, at 10 22' S. ; on the 11th, at lih. 5m. P.M., with Mars, at 00 37 S.; on the 12th, at sh. 5m. A.M., with Mercury, at 00 17' N.; on the 21st, at 6h. Om. P.M., in Apogee. On the 22nd, at th. 45m. A.M., in conjunction with Saturn, at 16 32' N.; on the 24th, at 8h. 46m. A.M., with a Tauri (Aldebaran) at 30 40'S.; on the 25th, at sh. 8m. A.M., with B Tauri at 6° 12' N.; on the 27th, at 9h. 27m. P.M., with B Geminorum (Pollux) at 46 39' N.; on the 30th, at oh, 50m. P.À., with a Leonis (Regulus) at 4° 16'S.

The Constellation Taurus is on the meridian at midnight in the beginning, and Orion and Auriga in the middle, of the month.

Eclipses of Jupiter's Satellites are not visible until the 20th day of this month, Jupiter being too near to the sun.

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MISCELLANEOUS REGISTER.

THE ROYAL FAMILY OF GREAT BRITAIN,

THE QUEEN. ALEXANDRINA VICTORIA, born May 24, 1819; married Feb. 10, 1840, to Prince Albert Francis Augustus Charles Emanuel of Saxe Coburg and Gotha, born Aug. 26, 1819.

Victoria Adelaide Mary Louisa, born Nov. 21, 1840, Princess Royal.

Albert Edward, Prince of Wales, born Nov. 9, 1841.

Alice Maud Mary, born April 25, 1843. Alfred Ernest Albert, born Aug. 6, 1844.

Helena Augusta Victoria, born May 25, 1846.

Louisa Caroline Alberta, born March 18, 1848.

Arthur William Patrick Albert, born May 1,

1850.

Royal Princes and Princesses. Ernest Augustus (King of Hanover), Duke of Cumberland, born June 5, 1771; married May 29, 1815, to Frederica Carolina Sophia, daughter of the Duke of Mecklenburg Strelitz, and widow of Fred. William, Prince of Solms Braunfels, born March 2, 1778. Issue, George Frederic, born May 27, 1819.

Mary, Duchess of Gloucester, born April 25, 1776.

George William, Duke of Cambridge, born March 26, 1819; Augusta Caroline, July 19, 1822; Mary Adelaide, Nov. 27, 1833.

Her Majesty's Mother. Victoria Maria Louisa (Princess Dow. ager of Leiningen), Duchess of Kent, wi. dow of Edward Duke of Kent, sister of the King of the Belgians, born Aug. 17, 1786.

Gordon-Comptroller of Accounts, N. H. Macdonald-Keeper of Privy Purse, Lieut.-Col. Hon. c. B. Phipps-Master of Ceremonies, Hon. Col. Sir E. CustPoet Laureat, Alfred Tennyson-Eraminer of Plays, J. M. Kemble-Principal

Portrait Painter, Sir G. Hayter. Mistress of the Robes, the Duchess of Su

therland. Ladies of the Bedchamber_Countess of Charlemont, Countess of Mount Edg. cumbe, Countess of Gainsborough, Viscountess Canning, Marchioness of Douro, Countess of Desart, Viscountess Jocelyn, Marchioness of Ely-Extra Ladies, Duchess of Norfolk, Lady PortmanMaids of Honour, Hon. Miss Cavendish, Hon. M. Paget, Hon. Miss Murray, Hon. Miss Stanley, Hon. L. M. Kerr, Hon. Flora C. J. Macdonald, Hon. M. F. Seymour, Hon. Beatrice Byng-Bedchamber Women, Lady C. Barrington, Lady C. Copley, Viscountess Forbes, Lady Teresa Digby, Lady Gardner, Hon. Mrs. G. Campbell, Hon. Mrs. G. M. Anson, Hon.

Mrs. Trevor. Master of the Horse, Duke of Norfolk-

Chief Equerry & Clerk Marshal, Lord A. Paget-Equerries in Ordinary, Col. Hon. C. Grey, Lt.-Col. E. Buckley, Maj. Gen. W. Wemyss, Lord A. C. L. Fitzroy. Master of Stag Hounds, Earl of Besborough. Hered. Gr. Falconer, Duke of St. Alban's. Hered. Grand Almoner, Marq. of Exeter. Lord High Almoner, Bishop of Oxford.

Sec. Jos. Hanby. Sub-Almoner, Rev. Dr. Jelf. Clerk of the Closet, Bishop of Chester

Deputy Clerks of the Closet, the Hon. and Rev. Edw. S. Keppel, the Rev, John Vane, M.A., and the Rev. Lord Wri.

othesley Russell. Dean of the Chapel, Bishop of London. Sub-Dean-Dr. Wesley. Physicians, Sir James Clark, Bt., M.D.,

W.F. Chambers, M.D. Serjeant Surgeons, Sir B. C. Brodie, Bt.,

Robt. Keate. Aurist, W. Maule. Captain of Hon. Corps of Gentlemen at

Arms, Lord Foley. Captain of Yeomen of Queen's Guard, Mar.

quess of Donegal.

The QUEEN'S HOUSEHOLD, &c. Hered. Joint Great Chamberlain of Eng.

land, Lord Willoughby D’Eresby-Scc.

Robert Burrell. Hered. Earl Marshal, Duke of Norfolk

-Sec. E. H. Gibbon. Lord Steward, Marquess of Westminster

Treas. Lord Marcus Hill-Comp. Earl of Mulgrave-Master of Household, Maj. T. M. Biddulph-Sec. to Board of Green

Cloth, Edw. M. Browell. Ld. Chamberlain, Marquess of Breadalbane Vice-Chamberlain, Lord Edw. Howard

Lords in Waiting, Marquess of Ormonde, Earl of Morley, Earl of Listowel, Lord Waterpark, Lord Byron, Lord Camoys, Lord Elphinstone and Lord DufferinGrooms in Waiting, Sir H. Seton, Sir F. Stovin, Hon. Capt. A. N. Hood, Hon. Capt. Robt. Boyle, J. R. Ormsby Gore, Colonel Berkeley Drummond, Sir E. Bowater, Hon. Capt. Joseph Denman, R.N.-Extra Grooms in Waiting, Hon. Chas. Augustus Murray-Pages of Ho. nour in Ordinary, Hon. W. F. Forbes, Hon. A. Crofton, G. G. Cameron, G. G.

PRINCE ALBERT'S HOUSEHOLD. Groom of the Stole, Marquess of Abercorn. Treasurer, Lieut.- Col. Hon. C. B. Phipps. Gentlemen of Bedchamber, Lord Geo. Len

nox, and Viscount Clifden. Secretary, Dr. E. Prætorius. Private Secretary, Col. Hon. Chas. Grey. Chief Equerry, Major-Gen. Wemys. Equorries, Lt. Col. Bouverie, Hon. Col. Alex. Gordon, and Lieut. Col. F. Hugh

Seymour. Gent, Usher,-Dr, Lyon Playfair, LL.D. Grooms of Bedchamber, Lieut. Col. Wylde

and Capt. Francis Seymour Extra Groom, Gen. Sir G. Anson.

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