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ture of those principles by which the peace The Lord Chancellor then prorogued and happiness of the nation were so serious. (pro forma) the Parliament to the 13th of ly menaced, or of the excesses to which March. they were likely to lead, the flagrant and The Gazette of the 29th contained a sanguinary conspiracy which has lately proclamation dissolving Parliament; and been detected must open the eyes of the directing writs to be issued for calling a new most incredulous, and must vindicate to one; the writs to be returnable on the 21st the whole world the justice and expedien- of April next. Another proclamation di. cy of those measures to which you judged rected the Peers of Scotland to meet at it necessary to resort in defence of the laws Holyroodhouse on the 11th of April, to and constitution of the kingdom." chuse their 16 representatives.
L.120 5 0 The sessions at Manchester terminated 11 Pointers and Shooting Pony 205 0 0 at a late hour on Saturday night, the 29th 15 Brace of Golden Pheasants, ult. having been held for the unprece Cocks and Hens
59 190 dented period of fourteen days. There Six Silver Pheasant Cocks and were 231 prisoners, charged with riot, se three Hens
19 6 0 dition, and unlawful drilling, of whose Four Pheasant Mules, betwist sentences the following is a summary : the ring-necked Pheasint Transported for seven years
and common Brown Hen 2 70 Imprisoned for two years 22 Eight Carriage Horses
508 10 6 Imprisoned for one year
31 Also several Hackneys sold, price from Imprisoned for six months
L. 10 to L.50 each. Imprisoned for three months 26
The Queen.-On Saturday the 13th Imprisoned for two inonths
was held a Privy Council, at which his Imprisoned for one month 33 Majesty presided, for the purpose of deImprisoned for shorter periods 13
termining the necessary alteration in the Delivered to the overseers
form of prayer for the Royal Family. An Discharged on recognizance
order has accordingly been issued, directAcquitted
15 ing that in those parts of the church serNo bills found against
8 vice where “ their Royal Highnesses
George Prince of Wales, the Princess of Total
231 Wales, and all the Royal Family,” are 18.—The valuable stud of horses, &c. prayed for, the words in Italics should the property of the late Earl of Eglinton, henceforth be omitted. According to this sold the 15th inst. by Thomas Hibbert, direction, the name of the Queen will be Glasgow, as follows:
omitted in the prayers of the churches. It Blue Stocking, a Colt Foal at
was of course left out in the liturgy at the her foot
L.220 100 late Queen's death, and no orders being Archibald
529 4 0 given for restoring it, the King will now Chesnut Fil
99 4 0 be prayed for without the Queen. An or Bay Colt, brother to Archibald 126 15 0 der has been sent to this effect to the MoMonreith
237 11 0 derator of the Church of Scotland. Sans Culotte
73 3 6
FUNERAL OF HIS MAJESTY GEORGE III.
This interesting ceremonial, of which an official account follows, extracted from the London Gazette, took place on Wednesday the 16th. The day was generally observed throughout the three kingdoms with peculiar solemnity. In the afternoon business was altogether abstained from ; and in the metropolis and various other places, the churches were opened for divine service; while the chimes and muffled peals of the church bells produced a singularly mournful effect. Minute guns were fired in the garrisons, and on board the ships of war, while their colours were hoisted half-mast high. Almost every person appeared in deep or decent mourning; and, indeed, the whole observances of that eventful day marked most strikingly the veneration and respect which was entertained for the character and virtues of the late Sovereign by all classes of his subjects.
Herald's College, Feb. 19, 1820. The remains of his late Most Sacred Majesty, King George the Third, of blessed memory, lay in state in the audience chamber of Windsor Castle, attended by one of the Lords of his Majesty's Bedchamber, two Grooms of his Majesty's Bedchamber, two Heralds of Arms, four of his Majesty's Gentlemen Ushers, four of the Pages of his late Majesty, and ten of the honourable band of Gentlemen Pensioners, with two offi. cers, from Tuesday morning the 15th instant, at nine o'clock, to the time of interment. The Royal Body, covered with a Holland sheet, and a purple velvet pall, adorned with escutcheons of the Royal Arms, with the Imperial Crown of the United Kingdom and the Royal Crown of Hanover laid thereon, was placed under a canopy of purple cloth, also adorned with escutcheons. At the head of the corpse was seated the Lord of the Bedchamber between two Grooms of the Bedchamber, and the Heralds stood at the feet. The state apartment was hung with purple cloth; the King's guard chamber and presence chamber, leading to the state apartment, were hung with black cloth, and lined by the Yeomen of the Guard ; and the King's drawing room, leading from the state apartment, as well as the grand staircase, were also hung with black cloth, and lined by the Yeomen of the Guard. The public were admitted to the state apartment from ten to four o'clock on Tuesday the 15th instant, and from ten to three the following day.
At seven o'clock on Wednesday evening, the 16th instant, his Royal Highness the Chiet Mourner, attended by his Supporters, took his seat at the head of the corpse ; and, at half past eight o'clock, the procession (which was marshalled under the direction of Sir George Nayler, Knight, York Herald, executing this duty on behalf of Garter Principal King of Arms) moved through the state apartment, and the Royal Remains were conveyed to St George's Chapel in the following order : Trumpets and Kettle Drums and Drums and Fifes of the Foot Guards. Knight Marshal's men, two and two, with black staves.
Knight Marshal's officers.
The Knight Marshal,
Pages of his late Majesty, viz.
John Bott, Esq.
Surgeons to his Majesty,
Thomas Keate, Esq.
J. Phillips, Esq.
Alfred Jones, Esq.
Robert Battiscombe, Esq.
The Vicar of Windsor.
Gentlemen Ushers Quarterly Waiters to his Majesty.
The Honourable Heneage Legge.
Edward Ash, Esq.
Pages of Honour to his Majesty,
Frederick Paget, Esq.
Grooms of the Privy Chamber to his Majesty,
R. Beresford, Esq.
T. Ramsden, Esq.
Sir David Dundas, Bart.
Physicians to his Majesty,
Sir Gilbert Blane, Bart.
Physicians to his late Majesty,
Dr John Willis.
The Rev, Isaac Gosset.
Deputy Clerks of the Closet to his Majesty,
The Rev. Dr T. Hughes.
Major Parkins Magra.
Lieutenant-Colonel Charles Wade Thornton.
Equerries to his late Royal Highness the Duke of Kent,
Lieut.-Col. Sir H. W. Carr, K.C. B.
Captain Usher, R. N.
Equerries to his Royal Highness the Duke of York,
Colonel Delancey Barclay.
Equerries to his Majesty,
Lieutenant-Colonel H. Seymour.
Licutenant-General Sir R. Bolton.
Lieutenant-General F. T. Hammond.
John Hale, Esq.
Admiral Sir G. Campbell, K. C. B. Colonel the Hon. H. King.
Lieutenant-General Sir H. Turner.
General the Honourable Edward Finch.
Baron of the Exchequer,
Sir William Garrow, Knight.
Justices of the Court of Common Pleas,
Sir James Allan Park, Knight.
Justices of the Court of King's Bench,
Sir John Bayley, Knight.
The Vice-Chancellor of England,
The Lord Chief Justice of the King's Bench,
Treasurer of his Majesty's Household,
The Right Honourable Lord Charles Bentinck. Privy Councillors, (not Peers,) attended by James Buller, Esq. one of the Clerks of
the Council in Ordinary. The Right Hon. J. Beckett.
The Right Hon. C. Bagot. The Right Hon. W. S. Bourne.
The Right Hon. W. Huskisson, The Right Hon. F. J. Robinson,
The Right Hon. Sir J. Nicholl. The Right Hon. R. Ryder.
The Right Hon. N. Vansittart. The Right Hon. C. Arbuthnot.
The Right Hon. C. Long. The Right Hon. C. Bathurst.
The Right Hon. T. Wallace. The Right Hon. W. Dundas.
The Right Hon. G. Canning. The Right Hon. Sir W. Scott.
The Right Hon. W. W. Pole. The Right Hon. Sir A. Paget, G. C. B. The Right Hon. John Charles Villiers.
The Right Honourable Charles Manners Sutton.
Bluemantle Pursuivant of Arms,
William Woods, Esq.
Eldest Sons of Barons, The Honourable W. G. Harris.
The Honourable F. Stewart. The Honourable H. L. Rowley.
The Honourable C. J. Shore
The Honourable C. Blaney.
Eldest Sons of Viscounts,
The Honourable R. W. Chetwynd. The Honourable F. J. Needham.
The Honourable J. R. Townshend.
The Lord Bishop of Chester. The Lord Bishop of Exeter,
The Lord Bishop of Salisbury,
Eldest Sons of Earls,
Eldest Sons of Marquises,
The Earl of Ancram.
The Earl of Powis.
walked in other places.
The Deputy Earl Marshal,
The Lord President of the Council, The Earl of Westmorland, K. G.
The Earl of Harrowby.
George Martin Leake, Esq.
Lords of his Majesty's Bedchamber,
Gold Stick, the Earl Cathcart, K. T.
The Earl of Courtown.
Groom of the Stole,
The Banner of Brunswick,
The Banner of Hanover, borne by
Lord Hill, G. C. B.
The Banner of Scotland,
The Earl of Breadalbane.
The Banner of St George,
borne by Lord Grenville.
Lord Howard of Effingham, K. C. B. The Great Banner,
The Royal Crown of Hanover, borne, on a purSupporter, ple velvet Cushion, by Sir Lewis Moeller,
Supporter, T. B. Mash, Esq. Knight of the Royal Hanoverian Guelphic J. S. Dobyns, Esq. one of his Majesty's Order, in a Tabard and Collar, acting one of his Majesty's Gentlemen Ushers. for Sir G. Nayler, Blanc Coursier King Gentlemen Ushers.
of Arms of Hanover. Supporter,
Supporter, R. Powell, Esq. The Imperial Crown of the United King
, one of his Majesty's dom, borne, on a purple velvet Cushion,
Esq. one of his by Ralph Bigland, Esq. Norroy, acting | Majesty's Gentle Grooms of the Privy Chamber. for Clarenceux, King of Arms.
men Ushers The Lord Steward of his Majesty's Household. The Marquis of Chelmondeley, attended by his Secretary, Timothy Brent, Esq.
The Lord Chamberlain of his Majesty's ) H. J. Harton, Esq. Horace Seymour,
one of his Majesty's Esq. acting as one of his Majesty's
The Marquís of Hertford, K. G. Gentlemen Ushers
of the Privy Cham. Gentlemen Ushers. John Calvert, Esq.
ber. THE ROYAL BODY, Covered with a fine Holland sheet and a purple velvet pall, adorned with ten escutcheons of the Imperial Arms, carried by ten Yeomen of the Guard, under a
canopy of purple velvet Supporters Supporters
of the of the
Duke of Carleton.
Duke of Earl of
Buccleuch. St Germans
Duke of The Earl
Richmond. of Mayo.
Gentleman Usher of the Garter Principal King of Daily Waiter to his Ma. jesty, Hale Young Wor, Arms, Sir I. Heard, Knight,
Black Rod, Sir T. Tyrtham, Est: bearing his sceptre.
whitt, Knight, bearing
the Rod reversed. Supporter,
Supporter, The Marquis of CHIEF MOURNER,
The Marquis of Stafford, K. G. His Royal Highness the Duke of York, Buckingham. In a long Black Cloak, with the Star of the Order of the Garter embroidered thereon, and wearing the Collars of the Garter, the Bath, and of the Royal
Hanoverian Guelphic Order.
Five Gentlemen Pensioners, battle-axes reversed.
Five Gentlemen Pensioners, battlo-axes reversed.