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					2194               THE LONDON GAZETTE, MAKCH 29, 1901.
                   Chancery of the Order of          To be Chemist and Druggist to His Majesty :—>
                 Saint Michael and Saint Georye,     Mr. Peter Wyatt Squire.
        Downing Street, March 26, 1901.              To be Surgeons-Apothecary to His Majesty's
  THE King has been graciously pleased to          Household at Windsor:—
make the following appointments to the Most          William- Fair bank, Esq., M.D. ) r . ,
Distinguished Order of Saint Michael and Saint       William A. Ellison, Esq., M.D. \ ''ointlv-
George, on the occasion of the visit of Their         To be Surgeon-Apothecary to His Majesty's
Royal Highnesses the Duke and Duchess of           Household at Sandringham :—
Cornwall and York to Gibraltar and Malta:             Alan Reeve Manby, Esq., M.V.O., M.D.
  To be Ordinary Members of the Third Class»         To be Honorary Physicians in Ordinary to His
or Companions of the said Most Distinguished       Majesty in Scotland :—
Order :—                                             Sir William Tennant Gairdner, K.C B., M.D.
Alexander Mosley, Esq., President of the Cham-        George William Balfour, Esq., M.D.
  ber of Commerce of Gibraltar, and Chairman
  of the Reception Committee ;                        To be Honorary Surgeons to His Majesty in
Lorenzo Gatr, Esq., Superintendent of Public       Scotland:—
  Works of the Island of Malta ; and                  Patrick Hernn Watson, Esq., M.D.
Ugo Testaferrata Abel a, Baron of Goraerioo,         Alexander Ogston, Esq., M.D.
  Malta.                                             To be Honorary Surgeon - Oculist to His
                                                   Majesty in Scotland :—
                                                      Douglass Argyll Robertson, Esq., M.D.
  Lord Chamberlain's Offict) St. James's Palace,      To be Honorary Physicians in Ordinary to His
                 March 29, lyOl.                   Majesty in Ireland:—
   THE King has been pleased to make the              Sir John Thomas Banks, K.C.B., M.D.
following appointments:                               William Moore, Esq., M.D.
   To be Physicians in Ordinary to His                To be Honorary Surgeons to His Majesty in
Majesty :——                                        Ireland:—
   Sir William Henry Broadbent, Bart., K.C.V.O.,      Sir Philip Crampton Smyly, M.D.
     M.D.                                             Sir William Thomson, M.D.
   Sir James Reid, Bart., G.C.V.O., K.C.B.,
     M.D.                                             To be Honorary Surgeon - Oculist to His
   Sir Francis Laking, K.C.V.O., M.D.              Majesty in Ireland: —
                                                      Charles Edward FitzGeraM, Esq., M.D.
   To be Physicians Extraordinary to His
Majesty: —
   Surgeon - General Sir Joseph Fayrer, Bart.,              Foreign Office, March 23, 1901.
     K.C.S.T., M.D.                                   THE King has been graciously pleased to
   Sir Richard Douglas Powell, Bart., K.C.V.O.,    appoint Ralph Milbanke, Esq., C.B., to be a
     M.D.                                          Minister Plenipotentiary in His Majesty's Diplo-
   Sir Edward H. Sieveking, M.D.
   Sir Felix Semon, M.D.                           matic Service (to have effect as from November
   John Lowe, Esq., M.D.                           1, 1900).
   To be Physician to His Majesty's House-               Foreign Office, March 23, 1901.
hold :—                                           THE King has been graciously pleased to
   Sir Thomas Barlow, Bart., K.C.V.O., M.D.     appoint—
   To be Honorary Serjeant-Surgeon to His       Aretas Akers-Douglas, Esq., to be a Third
Majesty :-—                                       Secretary in His Majesty's Diplomatic Service
   Frederick Treves, Esq., M.V.O., F.R.C.S. En^   (to date from December 21, 190')) ;
                                                Godfrey Tennyson Locker-Lampson, Esq., to be
 To be Honorary Surgeons in Ordinary to His       a Third Secretary in His Majesty's Diplo-
Majesty :•—                                       matic Service (to date from December 30,
 Thomas Bryant, Esq., F.R.C.S. Eng.                1900); and
  Alfred Downing Fripp, Esq., M.V.O., M.S., The Honourable Ronald Charles Lindsay to be a
    F.R.C.S. Eng.                                 Third Secretary in His Majesty's Diplomatic
  Rick man John Godlee, Esq., M.S., F.R.C.S.       Service (to date from January 7, 1901).
    Eng.
  To be Surgeon to His Majesty's Household:—
  Herbert William Allinghara, Esq., F.R.C.S.             Downing Street, March 27, 1901.
    Eng.                                           THE King has been pleased to approve of
  To be Surgeon-Apothecary to His Majesty and the appointment of Thomas Capper, Esq. (Super-
Apothecary to His Majesty's Household: —        intending Inspector of Schools), Deputy Surgeon-
  Sir Francis Laking, K.C.V.O., M.D.            General Charles Benjamin Mosse, C.B., C.M.G.
                                                (Superintending Medical Officer), Thomas Ban-
  To be Honorary Surgeon - Oculist to His croft Oughton, Esq., Barrister-at-Law (Solicitor-
Majesty :—                                      General), John Pringle, Esq., M.B., C.M.G.
  George Anderson Crilchett, Esq., F.R.C.S. (Member of the Privy Council), Lieutenant-
    Eng.                                        Colonel Charles James Ward, C.M.G. (Member
  To be Honorary Surgeon • Dentist to His of the Privy Council), John Vassall Calder, Esq.,
Majesty :—                                      William Fawcett, Esq. (Director of Public
  Henry Bell Longhurst, Esq.                    Gardens and Plantations), Oscar Marescaux,
                                                Esq., Lieutenant-Colonel Arthur Herbert Pinnock
  To be Dentist to His Majesty's Household:—=• (commanding Kingston Infantry Militia), and T.
  Edwin Thomas Truman, Esq.                     H. Sharpe, Esq., to be nominated Members of the
                                                Legislative Council of the Island of Jamaica,
  To be Honorary Anaesthetist to His Majesty :—
  Frederick William Hewitt, Esq., M.D.

				
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