THE LONDON GAZETTE, JUNE 6, 1899. 3605
DISEASES OP ANIMALS ACTS, 1894 AND 1896.
BE CURST of OUTBREAKS of SWINE-FEVER for the Week ended June 3rd, 1899,
distinguishing Counties (including Boroughs*).
Outbreaks or as having Outbreaks as Diseased
County. confirmed. been ex- County.- . as having
confirmed. orbeen ex-
posed to posed to
ENGLAND. No. No. ENGLAND. No. No.
18 York, East Riding 2 2
Isle of Ely i 2 „ North Riding 1 1
Chester 5 47 „ Wesb Riding 6 61
Durham ... 1 WALES.
Gloucester 10 138 Carmarthen 1 4
Hants 1 1 Carnarvon 1 2
Lancaster 2 18 Denbigh 2 7
Leicester 1 16 - Glamorgan 1 2
Lincoln, Parts of Holland ... 2 4 Merioneth 1 1
Norfolk 2 7
Northampton 1 • »•
6 14 SCOTLAND.
Somerset 2 18
Stafford 7 51 Lanark ... ... 1 3
Suffolk 3 127 Midlothian 1 4
Warwick 2 25 Stirling 3 35
Wilfe 1 25
Worcester 1 141 TOTAL 72 790
* For convenience Berwick-upon-Tweed is considered to be in Northumberland, Dudley is con-
sidered to be in Worcestershire, Stockport is considered to be in Cheshire, and the city of London is
considered to be in the county of London.
SWINE-FEVER INFECTED ABEAS. Denbighshire, Flintshire, and Shropshire.—An
THE following Areas are now Areas Infected Area comprising the petty sessional division of
with Swine-Fever under the above-mentioned Overton, being a detached portion of the county
of Flint j the petty sessional division of Os-
westry, the municipal borough of Oswestry,
Utrkshire and Buckinghamshire.—An. Area com- and the parishes of "Whitchurch-Urban, Whit-
prising the parishes of Bray, and Gookham, and church-Rural (except the detached portion),
die municipal borough of Maidenhead, in the Tghtfield, Whixall, Welsh Hampton, Ellesmere-
county of Berks ; and also comprising the petty Urban, Ellesmere-Rural, Cockshutt, Hordley,
sessional divisions of the Hundred of Stoke, the and Ruyton of the Eleven Towns, in the county
Hundred of Desborough (First Division), and of Salop j and also comprising the petty ses-
the Hundred of Desborough (Second Division), sional division of Bromfield, together with the
and the parishes of Wooburn, Boveney, Burn- detached portion of the petty sessional division
Lam, Dorney, Farnham Royal, Hedgerley of Ruabon, in the county of Denbigh, and the
Dean, Hitcham, and Taplow, in the county of detached portion of the county of Flint situate
Buckingham, and also comprising the borough within the first-named petty sessional division ;
of Chopping (or High) Wycombe (10 February, and also comprising the borough of Wrexhara.
1898). (19 May, 1899.)
JBuckingJiamshire.— See under Berkshire and Buck- Devonshire.—An Area comprising the parishes of
inghamshire. St. Budeaux, Egg Buckland, Compton Gifford,.
Cardiganshire.—An Area comprising the petty Plympton St. Mary, Plympton Maurice, Plym-
sessional division of Upper Geneur-glyn, in stock, and the Urban District and parish of
the county of Cardigan (28 November, 1898). Stonehouse, in the county of Devon, and also
comprising the boroughs of Devonport, and
Carnarvonshire.—An Area comprising the parishes Plymouth (3 February, 1899).
of Uanwnda, Llandwrog, Llanllyfni, and Clyn-
nog, in the county of Carnarvon (8 April, 1899). Dorsetshire.—An Area comprising the parishes of
Cheshire.—An Area comprising the parishes of Abbotsbury, Portisham, Upway, Bincombe,,
Odd Bode, Moreton-cum-Alcum Low. Newbold Preston, Broadway, Langton Herring, Radipole,
Astbury, Hulme Walfield, Buglawton, Eaton, Fleet, Chickerell, Melcombe Regis, Wyke
North Rode, Bosley, and that portion of the Regis, and Portland, in the county of Dorset,,
parish of Somerford, formerly known as Radnor, and also comprising the borough of Weymouth,
in the county of Chester, and also comprising (21 February, 1899>
the borough of Congleton (21 March, 1899). Flintshire.—See Denbighshire, Flintshire, and*.
Denbighshire.—An Area comprising the petty Shropshire.
sessional division of Isaled, and the parishes of Kent.*—An Area comprising so much of the-
Llangynhafal, Llanychan, and Llanynys Rural, petty sessional division of Faversham as lies
in the county of Denbigh, and also comprising south, of the River Swale and east of the
he borough of Denbigh (16 January, 1899). western boundaries of the parishes of Teynham,