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MONTHLY NOTICES. 1. Rotherham-cattle and horses.

11. Baldock-cheese, cattle, &c. 1. Bury St. Edmunds-cattle.

11. Boston-cattle. 4. Dursley-cattle and pedlery.

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

17. Hornsea-horses and cattle. 6. Bodmin-oxen, sheep, and cloths.

29. 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 8 and 18. Cheltenham-cattle and pedlery. or household expenses should begin from this

day. Those in trade who have not been accushorned cattle, horses, cheese, &c.

9, 10. Shrewsbury-cattle, sheep, pigs, &c. tomed to take an annual account of stock should

9, 10, 11. Bradford, Yorkshire-hogs and ped begin from this day. Without cash-books and lery.

without stock-books, trade is little better than a 10, 11. Bewdley-hogs, cattle, horses, &c.

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

Proper Lessons, Evening. Dec. 2nd Sun. in Advent Isaiah 5 Acts 7, v. 80 Isaiah 24

Heb. 13
14 3rd
, 25

1 Peter 2
32

1 John 1 214th 25 Christmas Day 9 to v. 8 Luke 2 to v. 15 S 7, v. 10 to Titus 3, v. 4 to

v. 17

v. 9 28 1st Sun.aft. Christmas „, 37 Acts 25

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1 John ASTRONOMICAL PHENOMENA.

Mercury, in the constellations Scorpio and Sagittarius, Sundays and Day Day

is a morning star till the 4th, invisible to the 20th, then of the ofthe Remarkable Days. an evening star to the end of the month. On the 8th, Week. Year

at lih. 23m. P.M., in Aphelion ; on the 10th, at 4h. 35m. P.M., in superior conjunction with the sun.

Venus, in the constellations Sagittarius, Capricornus,

and Aquarius, is an evening star throughout the month. 2 T0 337

On the 15th, passes the meridian at 2h. 35m. P.M.; on .. .. .. ..

the 28th, at Sh. 56m. P.M., in conjunction with Mars, 3 W 338 .. .. . . ..

at 0° 45' S.

Mars, in the constellations Sagittarius and Capri4 TH 339 .. .. . . .

cornus, is an evening star throughout the month. On

the 12th, at 9h. 23m. P.M., in perihelion; on the 31st, 5 F 340 .. .. . . .. passes the meridian at 2h. 46m. P.M.

Jupiter, in the constellation Pisces. On the 15th, 6 8 341 .. .. .. . . passes the meridian at 6h, 24m. P.M. ; on the 21st, at

midnight, in perihelion ; on the 22nd, at 4h. 22m. A.M., 342 2 Sunday in Advent. in quadrature with the sun.

Saturn, in the constellation Gemini. On the 15th, 8 M 343 .. .. .. .. " passes the meridian at lh. 17m, A.M.

Uranus, in the constellation Taurus. On the 15th, 9 Tu 344 Grouse Shooting ends.

passes the meridian at 9h. 39m. P.M.

The Moon, on the 1st, at Oh. 7m. P.M. in conjunction 10 W 345 .. .. .. .. " with Mars, at 30 42 N. On the 6th, at 71. 27m. A.M., 11 TH 346

with Jupiter, at 0° 12' S.; on the 9th, at noon, in Perigee, · · · · · at 11h. 50m, P.M., in conjunction with Uranus, at 30 38' 12 F 347 .. . . . "

S.; on the 11th, at 2h. 31m. A M., with a Tauri (Alde

baran), at 90 48' S.; at 9h. Om. P.M., with B Tauri, at 13 8 348 ........

00 37' N.; on the 13th, at 8h. 44m. A.M., with Saturn,

at 50 40' S.; on the 14th, at lh. 40m. A.M., with ß Ge14 S 349 3 Sunday in Advent. minorum (Pollux), at 1043' N.; on the 16th, at 5h. 52m.

P.M., with a Leonis (Regulus), at 30 22 S.; on the 21st, 15 M 350 .. .. .. .. ..

at eh. Om. A.M., in Apogee; at 6h. 54m. A.M., in con

junction with a Virginis (Spica), at 10 20' S.; on the Camb. Mich. Term ends, 23rd, at 4h. 52m. A.M., with a? Libræ, at 30 10' N.;

US Ember Week. Oxford on the 24th, at 4h. 49m. P,M., with B Scorpii, at 500 17 W352 Mich. Term ends.

N.; on the 25th, at 3h. 29m. A.M., with a Scorpii (An

tares), at 0° 25' S.; on the 28th, at 4h. 37m. A.M., with 18 TH 353

Mercury, at 20 50' N.; on the 30th, at ilh. Im. A.M.,

with Mars, at 3° 3' N.; at Oh. 29m. P.M., withi Venus, 19 F 354 .. . .. .. .. at 2017' N.

The Constellation Taurus will be on the meridian at

midnight in the beginning, and Orion and Auriga in ( 4 Sunday in Advent. St.

the middle of the month. Thomas. Winter Quarter 21 5 356

Eclipses of Jupiter's Satellites. begins. Shortest Day. First Satellite, 2nd, Em. at ilh, 34m. 35.3s. P.M.;! 22 M 357

4th, Em, at th. 3m. 32.0s. P.M.; 11th, Em, at 7h.

59m. 31.38. P.M.; 18th, Em, at 9h. 55m. 30.Os. P.M.; 23 Tu 358

23rd, Em. at 4h. 24m, 33.38. P.M.; 27th, Em. at

6h. 20m. 30-78, P.M. 24 W 359

Second Satellite, 3rd, Em. at lib. 16m. 52.2s. P.M.;

21st, Em. Nt 5h. 47m. 2.4s. P.M.; 28th, Em. at CHRISTMAS DAY 8h. 23m. 17 9s. P.M.

Third Satellite. 7th, Em, at Gh. 10m. 875. P.M.; St. Stephen.

14th, Im, at 7h. 34m. 19. Gs. P.M., Em. at 10h. 12m, 12 4s. St. John.

P.M.; 21st, Im. at 11h. 37m. 4.78. P.M.
Ji Sun. after Christmas.

Hebrew Calendar. Mohammedan Calendar. 28 S 363

1856.

5617. | 1856. Ilegira, 1273. Innocents,

Dec. 1 4 Chisleu.

Dec, I 3 Rabiu II. 29 M 364

(Dedication 11 13 1 ) Fortu22 25 ,, of the

12 14 , nate 30 TU 365

(Temple. 13 15 ,, Days, 28 1 Thebet.

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THERMOMETRICAL REGISTER.

THE MOON'S CHANGES.

First Quart... 5th day, 3h. 26m, morn. December, 1854.

Full ........ 11th day, 8h. 13m. aftern.

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MISCELLANEOUS REGISTER.

THE ROYAL FAMILY OF GREAT BRITAIN. Poet Laureat, Alfred Tennyson-Ex“

aminer of Plays, J. M. Kemble-Princi. THE QUEEN.

pal Portrait Painter, Sir G. Hayter. ALEXANDRINA VICTORIA, born May 24, Mistress of the Robes, the Duchess of 1819; married Feb. 10, 1840, to Prince Sutherland. Albert Francis Augustus Charles Emanuel Ladies of the Bedchamber_Duchess of Wel. of Saxe Coburg and Gotha, born Aug. 26, lington, Duchess of Athol, Countess of 1819.

Gainsborough, Countess of Desart, Victoria Adelaide Mary Louisa, born Viscountess Jocelyn, Marchioness of Ely, Nov. 21, 1840, Princess Royal.

Lady Churchill, Lady MacdonaldAlbert Edward, Prince of Wales, born Extra Ladies, Duchess of Norfolk, Nov. 9, 1841.

Countess of Mount Edgcumbe, Lady Alice Maud Mary, born April 25, 1843. Portman-Maids of Honour, Hon. Miss Alfred Ernest Albert, born Aug. 6, 1844. Cavendish, Hon. Miss Stanley, Hon. L.

Helena Augusta Victoria, born May 25, M. Kerr, Hon. Flora C. J. Macdonald, 1846.

Hon. M. F. Seymour, Hon. Beatrice Louisa Caroline Alberta, born March 18, Byng, Hon. Mary Bulteel, Miss Emily 1848.

Cathcart-Bedchamber Women, Lady C. Arthur William Patrick Albert, born Barrington, Lady C. Copley, Viscountess May 1, 1850.

Forbes, Viscountess Chewion, Lady Leopold George Duncan Albert, born Teresa Digby, Lady GardnerHon. April 7, 1853.

Mrs. G. Campbell, Hon. Amelia Matilda Royal Princes and Princesses.

Murray, Hon. Mrs. G. E. Anson. Mary, Duchess of Gloucester, born April Gold Stick in Wailing, Marg, of Anglesey. 25, 1776.

Master of the Horse, Duke of Wellington George Frederic, Duke of Cumberland Chief Equerry & Clerk Marshal, Lord (King of Hanover), born May 27, 1819; Alfred Paget - Equerries in Ordinary, married Feb. 18, 1843, Mary Alexandrina,

Col. Hon. C. Grey, Maj.-Gen. E. Buckdaughter of Joseph, Duke of Saxe Alten

ley, Col. E. W. Bouverie, Lord A. C. L. burg, by whom he has a son and two Fitzroy-- Extra Equerry, Lieut.-Col. T. daughters.

M. Biddulph. George William, Duke of Cambridge, Master of Buck Hounds, Earl of Besboborn Mar. 26, 1819, Augusta Caroline, July rough. 19, 1822; Mary Adelaide, Nov. 27, 1833."

Hered. Gr. Falconer, Duke of St. Alban's. Her Majesty's Mother.

Hered. Grand Almoner, Marq. of Exeter. Victoria Maria Louisa (Princess Dow.

Lord High Almoner, Bishop of Oxford.-

Sec. Jos. Hanby. ager of Leiningen), Duchess of Kent, wi. dow of Edward Duke of Kent, sister of the

Sub-Almoner, Rev. Dr. Jelf. King of the Belgians, born Aug. 17, 1786.

Clerk of the Closet, Bishop of Chester

Deputy Clerks of the Closet, the Hon. and The QUEEN'S HOUSEHOLD, &c. Rev. Edw. S. Keppel, the Rer. John Hered. Joint Great Chamberlain of Eng

Vane, M.A., and the Rev. Lord Wri. land, Lord Willoughby D'Eresby-Sec othesley Russell. Robert Burrell.

Dean of the Chapel, Bishop of London. Hcred. Earl Marshal, Duke of Norfolk Sub-Dean-Dr. Wesley. --Scc. E. H. Gibbon.

Physicians, Sir James Clark, Bt., M.D., Lord Steward, Earl Spencer-Treas. Earl Sir H. Holland, M.D. of Mulgrave--Comp. Lord Drumlanrig Serjeant Surgeons, Sir B. C. Brodie, Bt., - Master of Household, Lieut.-Col. T. Robt. Keate. M. Biddulph-Sec. to Board of Green Aurist, W. Maule. Cloth, Edw. M. Browell.

Captain of Hon. Corps of Gentlemen at
Ld. Chamberlain, Marg, of Breadalbane. Arms, Lord Foley.
Vice-Chamberlain, Lord Ernest Bruce Captain of Yeomen of Queen's Guard, Visc.

Lords in Waiting, Earl Somers, Earl Sydney.
of Listowel, Lord Camoys, Lord
Rivers, Lord Waterpark, Lord De
Tabley, Lord Byron, Lord Dufferin-

PRINCE ALBERT'S HOUSEHOLD.
Grooms in Waiting, Sir H. Seton, bart., 1 Groom of the Stole, Marquess of Abercorn
Lieut.-Gen. Sir F. Stovin, Hon. Major. | Treasurer, Lieut. Col. Hon. C. B. Phipps.
Gen. A. N. Hood, J. R. Ormsby Gore, Gentlemen of Bedchamber, Visc. Torrington,
Major-Gen. Berkeley Drummond, Col. Lord Geo. Lennox, and Lord Colville.
Sir E. Bowater, Lieut.-Col. Hon. M. Secretary, Dr. E. Prætorius.
Sackville West, W. H. F. Cavendish | Private Secretary, Col. Hon. Chas. Grey.
Extra Groom in Waiting, Hon. Chas. Chief Equcrry, Col. Hon. A. N. Hood.
Augustus Murray-Pages of Honour in Egucrries, Col. F. Hugh Seymour, Hon.
Ordinary, Hon. W. F. Forbes, Hon. A. Capt. D. C. Fitzgerald de Ros, and Capt.
Crofton, G. G. Cameron, G. G. Gordon C. T. Du Plat.
-Comptroller of Accounts, N. H. Mac. Gent, Usher, - Dr, Lyon Playfair, LLD,
donald-Keeper of Privy Purse, Colonel Grooms of Bedchamber, Major-Gen. Wylde
Hon. C. B. Phipps-Master of Cere. and Lieut-Col. Francis Seymour--Ertra
monies, Hon. Major-Gen. Sir E. Cust Groom, Gen. Sir G. Anson.

Department, ue ARMYche forces,

PRINCE OF WALES'S HOUSEHOLD. / Hon. S. Ponsonby-- Accountant, G. S. Treasurer and Cofferer-Col. Hon. C. B.

Frederick. Phipps.

Colonial Affairs-Principal Sec. (racant.) Chancellor and Keeper of Great SealRt.

Under Secs., John Ball, and T. F. Elliott Hon. Thos. Pemberton Leigh.

- Private Sec., (vacant) Privy Seal-Lord Alfred Hervey.

War Department-Principal Sec., Lord Attorney-General - W. J. Alexander.

Panmure - Under Sec., Frederick Peel. Tutor-F. W. Gibbs, M.A.

Military Sec.- Col. Mundy- Private

Secs., Lord Giffard and H. R. Grenfell. DUCHESS OF KENT'S HOUSEHOLD.

IRISH Office. Comptroller, Col. Sir G. Couper, bart.

Lord-Lieut.-Earl of Carlisle. Physician, Isaac Wilson, M.D.

Chief Sec., Edw. Horsman. Surgeon, Richard Blagden.

BOARD OF CONTROL,

President, Right Hon. Vernon Smith. MINISTRY OF ENGLAND. Secretaries, Sir T. N. Redington, Danby THE CABINET.

Seymour. Lord President of the Council, Earl Gran

THE NAVY. ville,

Admiralty--Lords Commissioners, Sir Lord High Chancellor, Lord Cranworth.

Charles Wood, bt., Adm. M. F. F. First Lord of the Treasury (Prime Minis

Berkeley, Rear-Adm. Hon. Henry Eden, ter), Viscount Palmerston.

Rear Adm. Peter Richards, Capt. A. Lord Privy Seal, Duke of Argyll.

Milne, Sir Robert Peel. Chancellor of the Exchequer, Right Hon. Secretaries, R. Bernal Osborne, T. Phinn, Sir G. C. Lewis, bt.

-Hydrographer, Capt. John Washington Home Affairs, Sir George

-- Astron. Royal, Prof. Airy. Grey, bt.

Civil Departments - Accountant-Gen., R.
Secretaries
Foreign

M. Bromley-Surveyor, Capt. Sir B. W.
Affairs, Earl of
Clarendoni.

Walker - Storekeeper-Gen., Hon. R. of State. Colonial Affairs (vacant).

Dundas - Comptroller of Victualling, War Department, Lord

T. T. Grant- Director-Gen. of Medical Panmure.

Department, Sir Wm. Burnett, M.D. First Lord of the Admiralty, Sir Charles Wood.

Horse Guards--Commander of the Forces, President of the Board of Control, Right Viscount Hardinge- Military Secretary, Hon. Vernon Smith.

Maj.-Gen. Chas. Yorke-Adj.-General, Com. of Works and Public Buildings, Sir

Lieut.. General Wetherall — Quarter. Benjamin Hall, bt.

master-Gen., Major-Gen. Jas. FreethChancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster,

Judge- Advocate Gen., Rt. Hon. C. P. Earl of Harrowby.

Villiers, M.P.-Chaplain-Gen., Rev. G. Marquess of Lansdowne, without office.

R. Gleig.
THE PRIVY COUNCIL.

War Office-Secretary, Benj. HawesPresident, Earl Granville.

Paymaster-Gen., Robert Lowe. M.P. Clerks in Ordinary, C. C. F. Greville, and

- Assistant - Paymaster - Gen. E. A. Hon. W. L. Bathurst.

Hoffay-Examiner of Army Accounts, Chief Clerk, J. B. Lennard.

R. C. Kirby.
THE PRIVY SEAL.

Ordnance.- Surveyor-Gen., Hon. Colonel Lord Privy Seal, Duke of Argyll.

Robert Bruce-Clerk of Ordnance, Wm. Patent Clerk, Ralph Eden.

Monsell, M.P.- Comptroller and StoreTHE TREASURY.

keeper, Capt. Sir Thos. Hastings, R.N. Lords Commissioners, Visct. Palmerston,

-Secretary, Joseph Wood. Sir G. C. Lewis, bt., Hon. H. B. W.

BOARD OF TRADE. Brand, Visct. Duncan, Visct. Monk.

President, Lord Stanley of Alderley. Secretaries, Rt. Hon. W. G. Hayter, J.

Vice-President, Robert Lowe, M.P. Wilson.

Secretaries, J. Booth and Sir J. E. Tennent. Assistant-Sec., Sir C. E. Trevelyan.

Statistical Department-Director, A. W. Solicitor, H. R. Reynolds.

Fonblanque-Assistants, W. D. Oswald THE EXCHEQUER.

and R. Valpy. Chancellor, Sir G. C. Lewis, bt.

Corn DepartmentComptroller of Corn Comptroller, Lord Monteagle.

Returns, H. F. Jadis. Assistant Ditto, Rt. Hon. Sir Edw. Ryan, Railway Department-Sec., Capt. Galton Chief Clerk, Francis F. Ottey.

-Inspectors of Railways, Lieut.-Col. Senior Clerk (Bill Office), H. W. Chisholm. Wynne, Capt. Tyler, and Lieut.-Col. Superintendent of Weights and Measures, Yolland. John Bowen.

DUCHY OF LANCASTER. SECRETARIES OF STATE'S OFFICES.

Chancellor, Earl of Harrowby. Home Affairs-Principal Sec., Sir George Vice-Chancellor, W. M. James. Grey, bt. Under Secs., W. N. Massey, OFFICE OF PARKS AND PUBLIC BUILDINGS. M.P., Horatio Waddington - Private Commissioners, Rt. Hon. Sir Benjamin Sec., Robt. Ellice.

Hall, bt., the Secretaries of State, the Foreign Affairs-Principal Sec., Earl of President and Vice-President of the

Clarendon-- Under Secs., Lord Wode. Board of Trade.
house, Edm. Hamond--Private Sec., Secretary, T. W. Phillips.

Assistant Sec., John Thornborrow.

Receiver-Gen., J. Brotherton Solicitor-John Gardiner.

Post Office. -Postmaster-General, Architect and Surveyor, Jas. Pennethorne. (vacant)--Secretary, Rowland Hill-Sec. Surveyor of Works, W. S. Inman.

in Edinburgh, F. Abbott-Sec. in THE MINT.

Dublin, G. C. Cornwall. Master, Thomas Graham,

Board of Audit. Chairman, Edw, Deputy and Comptroller, W. H. Barton.

1 Romilly-Sec., C.Z. Macaulay. BOARD OF CUSTOMS.

Poor LAW BOARD.-Pres., Rt. 'Hon. G. Chairman, Rt. Hon. Sir T. F. Fremantle,

P. Bouverie, M.P.-Lord President of the Bart.- Dep., Right Hon. G.R. Dawson.

Council, Lord Privy Seal, Secretary of T. P. Dickenson, F. Goulburn, Hop, E.

State for the Home Department, and Spring Rice, Rear-Adm. E. Saurin

the Chancellor of the Exchequer. Secretary. Wm. Maclean.

Secretaries, Visc. Courtenay, Hon. GrenSolicitor, F. J. Humer.

ville Berkeley, M.P.Assist.-Secs. W. BOARD OF INLAND REVENUE. Chairman, John Wood Dep., Charles

G. Lumley, H. Fleming. Pressly-H. F. Stephenson, Charles J.

BOARD OF HEALTH-President, Hon, H. F. Herries, Alfred Montgomery, Henry

Cowper, bt., M.P.-The Secretaries of Roberts-Sec., T. Keogh.

State, the President and Vice-President Solicitor, Jos. Timm,

of the Board of Trade-Sec. Tom Taylor.

Chair BOARD: Humeran.

THE HOUSE OF PEERS.

112

195

*** The titles bere given are those by which the noblemen sit in the House of Peers.

Speaker, The Lord High Chancellor, .. Chairman of Comm. Lord Redesdale. Princes of the Blood Royal........ 3 Peers of Ireland (28 elected for life), Log Dukes ......

20 (one vacant)............ Marquesses ...

| English Archbishops and Bishops .. Earls

Irish representative Archbishops and 2 Viscounts........

22 Bishops ........................ Barons ...... Peers of Scotland (elected 1852) ... 16

Total................ 447 # Marked thus are Scotch Peers,

a Marked thus are Scotch Representative Peors. Irish Peers.

Irish Representative Peers.
PRINCES OF THE BLOOD ROYAL

Bath, John Alex. Thynne, 1789
Wales, Albert Edward, Prince of, 1841,*0 Breadalbane, John Campbell, 1831, *
Cambridge, Prince George William Fred. Bristol, Fred. William Hervey, 1826
Chas., 1801.

Bute, John P. Crichton Stuart, 1796,*
Cumberland, Prince Ernest Augustus, 179 Camden, Geo. Chas. Pratt, 1812
ARCHBISHOPS.

Cholmondeley, G. H. Cholmondeley, 1815 Canterbury, John Bird Sumner, 1848 Dalhousie, James A. Ramsay, 1849, * York, Thomas Musgrave, 1847

Exeter, Brownlow Cecil, 1801 Armagh, Lord J. G. Beresford, 1822, 7 Hastings, H. W.C. P. Hastings, 1816, o DUKES.

Hertford, R. I. Seymour-Conway, 1793,0 Beaufort, Henry C. F. Somerset, 1682 Lansdowne, Henry F. Petty, 1784 Bedford, Francis Russell, 1694

Normanby, Constantine H. Phipps, 1838,0 Brandon, W. A. A. A. Hamilton, 17 Northampton, C. Douglas Compton, 1812 (Hamilton-Douglas, D.*)

Salisbury, J. B. W. Gascoigne-Cecil, 1789 Buckingham and Chandos, Rich P. B. C. Townshend, G. Ferrars Townshend, 1787 T. Grenville, 1822,0

Tweeddale, George Hay, 1694, a Cleveland, Henry Vane, 1833

Westmeath, Geo. Tho. J. Nugent, 1822,6 Devonshire, W. Spencer Cavendish

Westminster, Richard Grosvenor, 1831 Grafton, Henry Fitzroy, 1675

Winchester, John Paulet, 1551 Leeds, F. G. D'Arcy Osborne, 1694, *

EARLS. Manchester, W. Drogo Montagu, 1719 Abergavenny, Rev. Wm. Neville, 1784 Marlborough, Geo. Spencer Churchill, 1702 Abingdon, Montagu Bertie, 1682 Newcastle, Hy. Pelham F. P. Clinton, 1756 Airlic, D. A. D. Ogilvy, 1639, a Norfolk, Henry Charles Howard, 1483 Albemarle, G. T. Keppel, 1696 Northumberland, Algernon Percy, 1766 Amherst, William Pitt Amherst, 1826 Portland, Wm. John Scott-Bentinck, 1716 Ashburnham, Bertram Ashburnham, 1730 Richmond, Charles Gordon Lennox, 1675,* Aylesford, Heneage Finch, 1714 Rutland, John Henry Manners, 1703

Bandon, James Bernard, 1800,6
St. Albans, W. A. A. de Vere Beauclerk, 1683 Bantry, Richard White, 1816, 6
Somerset, Edw. Adolph. Seymour, 1547 Bathurst, Henry Geo. Bathurst, 1772
Sutherland, Geo. Granville S. L. Gower, 1833 Beauchamp, Hy. Beauchamp Lygon, 1815
Wellington, Arthur Wellesley, 1814

Berkeley, T. M. Fitzhardinge, 1679
MARQUESSES.

Beverley, George Percy, 1790
Abercorn, James Hamilton, 1790, *0 Bradford, G. A. F. H. Bridgeman, 1815
Ailesbury, Chas. B.B. Brudenell-Bruce, 1821 Brooke and Warwick, George Guy Gre.
Ailsa, Arch. Kennedy, 1831 (Cassilis, E. *) ville, 1746 and 1759
Anglesey, Henry Paget, 1815

Brownlow, J. W. S Brownlow Cu

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