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DIVISION OF THE PARISH.

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DIVISION OF THE PARISH. The following appeared in the London Gazette" of Friday:- At the Court at Windsor, the 12th day of July, 1887. Present-The Queen's Most Excellent Majesty in Council. Whereas the Ecclesiastical Commis- sioners for England have, in pursuance of the Act of the fifty-ninth year of His Majesty King George the Third, chapter one hundred and thirty-four of the Act of the second and third years of Her Majesty, chapter forty-nine and of the Act of the nineteenth and twentieth years of Her Majesty, chapter fifty- five, duly prepared and laid before Her Majesty in Council, a representation, bearing date the twenty- sixth day of May, in the year one thousand eight 'hundred and eighty-seven, in the words following, that is to say 11 We, the Ecclesiastical Commissioners for England, in pursuance of the Act of the fifty-ninth year of His Majesty King George the Third, chapter one hundred and thirty-four; of the Act of the second and third years of Your Majesty chapter forty-nine and of the Act of the nineteenth and twentieth years of Your Majesty chapter fifty-five, have prepared and now humbly lay before Your Majesty in Council, the following representation as to the assignment of a district chapelry to the consecrated church of the Holy Trinity, situate in the parish of Saint Michael, Aberystwyth, in the county of Cardigan, and in the diocese of St David's. Whereas it appears to us to be expedient that a district chapelry should be assigned to the said church of the Holy Trinity, situate in the parish of Saint Michael, Aberystwyth, aforesaid. Saint Michael, Aberystwyth, aforesaid. Now, therefore, with the consent of the Right ¡ Reverend William Basil, Bishop of the said diocese of Saint David's (testified by hia having signed and sealed this representation), we, the said Ecclesiastical Commissioners, humbly represent that it would in our opinion be expedient that all that part of the said parish of Saint Michael, Aberystwyth, which is described in the schedule hereunder written, all which part together with the boundaries thereof, is delineated and set forth on the map or plan hereunto annexed, should be assigned as a district chapelry to the said church of the Holy Trinity, situate in the said parish as aforesaid, and that the same should be named The District Chapelry of the Holy Trinity, Aberystwyth.' And with the like consent of the said William Basil, Bishop of the said diocese of St David's (testi- fied as aforesaid), we, the said Ecclesiastical Com- missioners, further represent that it appears to us to be expedient that banns of matrimony should be pub- lished, and that marriages, baptisms, churchings, and burials should be solemnized or performed at the said church of the Holy Trinity, situate in the parish of Saint Miohael, Aberystwyth, as aforesaid, and that the fees to be received in respect of the publication of such banns and of the solemnization or perform- ance of the said offices should be paid and belong to the minister of the same church for the time being: Provided always that so long as the Reverend James Havard Protheroe, Clerk in Holy Orders, the present vicar or incumbent of the vicarage of the said parish of Saint Michael, Aberystwyth, shall continue to be such vicar or incumbent, all the fees which may be received in respect of such publication, solemniza- tion, or performance at the said church of the Holy Trinity, situate in such pariah as aforesaid, shall be paid over by the minister thereof to the said James Havard Protheroe: And provided also that nothing herein contained shall be construed as expressing any intention on the part of us, the said Commissioners, to concur in or approve the taking of any fee for the performance of the said office of baptism or for i the registration thereof. "We therefore humbly pray that your Majoetw will be graciously pleased to tak., the premises into your Hoyal consideration, and to make such Order with respect thereto as toyour Majesty in your Royal wisdom shall seem meet. The Schedule to which the foregoing Represen- tation has reference. The District Chapelry of the Holy Trinity, Aber- ystwyth, being:— All that part of the parish of Saint Michael, Aberystwyth, in the county of Cardigan, and in the diocese of Saint David's, which is bounded upon the. south-east and upon the north-east by the parish of Llanbadarn-fawr, in the county and diocese aforesaid,, upon part of the west by the sea, and upon the re- maining sides, that is to say, upon the other part of the west, and upon the south-west by an imaginary line commencing upon the seashore at a point oppo- site to the middle of the western end of the street or road which leads past the southern side of the Queen's. Hotel, and which is called or known as Albert-place and extending thence eastward and in a straight line, across the Marine-terrace, to and along the middle- of the said Albert-place to its junction with the Queen's-ro id, and extending thence first southward and then south-eastward, along the middle of the said Queen's-road for a distance of thirteen chains or thereabouts to its junction with Newfoundland-street, and extending thence south-westward along the middle of the last-named street for a distance of seven chains or thereabouts to its junction with Terrace- road, and extending thence aouth-eastward for a distance of fourteen chaina or thereabouts along the middle of the last-named road, and across North- parade and along the mndlo of Mary-street to the junction of the last-named street with the street or road called Lewis-terrace at a point opposite to the entrance gates to the atation-yard of the line of the Cambrian Railway (Coast Section), and continuing thence aouth-eastward and in a straight line across Lewis-terrace aforesaid to a point in the middle of the said entrance gates. and extending thence southward in a straight line for a distance of rather more than one chain to a point in the middle of the western extremity of the said line of railway, and extending thence south-eastward along the middle of the same line of railway for a distance of thirty-five chains or* thereabouts to the boundary which divides the said parish of St Michael, Aberystwyth, from the parish of Llanbadarn-fawr aforesaid, save and except from the above-described part of the parish of Saint, Michael, Aberystwyth, all that portion thereof situate or lying upon the north-eastern side of North- road, containing by admeasurement two roods and four perches or thereabouts, and forming the site of the buildings known as the Aberystwyth National Schools with their appurtenant premises." And whereas the said representation has been approved by Her Majesty in Council; now therefore, Her Majesty, by and with advice of Her said Council, is pleased hereby to ratify the said representation, and to order and direct that the same and every part thereof shall be effectual in law immediately from and after the time when this Order shall have been duly published in the London Gazette" pursuant to the said Acts and Her Majesty, by and with the like advice, is pleased hereby to direct that this Order be forthwith registered by the Registrar of the said diocese of Saint David's. C. L. PEXL.

BOROUGH MAGISTRATES' COURT.

ABERYSTWYTH.