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It shall be lawful for her Majesty, from time to time, by Order in Council, upon the representation of one of her Principal Secretaries of State that a copy of such interlocutor of a sheriff has been received by him, in pursuance thereof to order that no new burial ground shall be opened within certain limits specified in such Order, save with the previous approval of one of such Secretaries of State, or (as the case may require) that after a time mentioned in the order burials within certain limits, or in certain burial grounds or places of burial, shall be discontinued wholly, or subject to any exceptions or qualifications mentioned in such order, . . . F1: Provided always, that notice of such representation, and of the time it shall please her Majesty to order the same to be taken into consideration by the Privy Council, shall be transmitted to the Crown agent in Edinburgh and the sheriff clerk of the county in which such burial ground is situated; and the same shall be by them respectively published in the Edinburgh Gazette, and fixed on the doors of the church of or on some other conspicuous places within the parishes affected by such representation, one month before such representation is so considered.
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