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FROM THE LONDON GAZETTES.…

\ MERTHYR TYDVIL, AND BRECON,

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TO THE EDITOR OF THE GAZETTE…

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WHITEHALL, OCT. 10TH.—The Queen has been pleased to appoint the,, Rev. D.;j.vid Welsh, Doctor in Divinity, to be Secretary to her Majesty's sole and only Master Printers in Scotland, in the room of Dr. John Lee, resigned. WHITEHALL, OCT. I'lTH.-The Queen has been pleased to appoint Admiral the Hon. Charles Elphin- stone Fleming to be Master of her Majesty's Hospital at Greenwich, in the County of Kent, in the room of Vice-Admiral Sir Thomas Masterman Hardy, Bart., deceased. THE following are some of the arrangements deter- mined upon by the Naval and Military Commission: —"The Mates of the Royal Navy will receive com- missions, an increase of pay while serving, and half. pay after certain service. 1 he Lieutenants of the Royal Navy while serving will have an increase of pay, which may encourage them to remain afloat. Ad- jutants of regiments (Lieutenants in the Army) will receive the benefit of one sililling increase of pay for length of service, and thus be induced to retain the rank of Adjutant. A certain number of ocers of the Royal Artillery will be allowed to retire. The pay of Captains of the Royal Marines will be assimilated to that of Army Captains. The Medical departments of the Army and Navy will be improved. An allow. ance granted to Naval officerS for the loss ot baggage, &c. Colonels, on the full pay of regimen ts, as Lieu- tenant Colonels, are to be permitted to retire on £300. per annum, but when advanced to Major Generals, to receive £ 400. per annum. Army officers of thirty years' full pay service will be allowed to retire on the full pay of their regimental rank. DEATH OP TIIE DUKE OF ARGYLL. We exceed- ingly regret to hear that letters have been received in town, announcing the sudden death of the Duke of Argyll, Lord Steward of her Majesty's Household. His Grace died at his seat i 1 Scotland. THE DEATH OF THE Dut-E OF BEDFORD. YVe regret to announce the death of the Duke of Bedtord, the head of the illustrious house of Russell, which melancholy event took place at his seat, in Scotland, on Sunday morning last, at the hour of one o clock. His Grace had an apopletic lit (the third) on Friday, after.which the Noble Duke never spoke.,

I INSOLVENT DEBTORS. —SPRING…

HER MAJESTY'S APPROACHING…

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