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Military Promotions.

In the Gazette of the 6th Inst.

York light infantry volunteers.-For John Garden, gent. &c. read William Gordon, gent. to be ensign, without purchase, vice Chambers, promoted.

Brevet.

Captain Richard Fitzgerald, of the 2d life guards, to be major in the army.

WAR-OFFICE, JUNE 16.

1st Regiment of Dragoon Guards.

William D'Arcey Irvine, gent. to be cornet, by purchase, vice Simpson, who retires. 3d Ditto.-Cornet A. F. Macintosh, from the 14th light dragoons, to be lieutenant, by purchase, vice Cust, promoted in the 60th foot; and hospital-mate Samuel Bell to be assistant-surgeon.

3d Regiment of Dragoons.

Major S. G. Newport, from the half-pay of the 11th garrison battalion, to be major, vice Gossip, who exchanges; and cornet B. Burnet to be lieutenant, by purchase, vice Ogle, who retires.

4th Ditto.-Cornet A. J. Hamilton to be lieutenant, by purchase, vice Fryer, promoted; and Hugh Stafford Northcote, gent. to be cornet, by purchase, vice Gregory, promoted.

8th Regiment of Light Dragoons.

Henry William Rous Birch, gent. to be cornet, by purchase, vice Joseph Henry Taylor, who retires.

17th Regiment of Light Dragoons.

To be lieutenants without purchase.-Cornet Daniel, vice Kendall, who retires; and lieutenant Henry Bond, from the 25th light dragoons, vice Gale, deceased. 20th Ditto.-Captain John Woodgate, from the Bourbon regiment, to be captain of a troop, vice Burgoyne, who exchanges.

22d Ditto.--Lieutenant J. Adshead, to be captain of a troop, by purchase, vice Dick, who retires; and cornet Alexander Moorhead, to be lieutenant, without purchase, vice Conran, promoted in the 17th light dragoons.

To be cornets, without purchase-Ensign George Paton, from the 22d foot; ensign John H. Bromwich, from the 80th foot, vice Woodward, deceased; and Daniel Carrol, gent. vice Moorhead.

25th Ditto.-Lieutenant Samuel Newman to be captain of a troop, vice Bean, deceased.

To be lieutenants, without purchase.-Coronet Charles Mackintosh, vice Walton, deceased; cornet H. Le Merchant, vice Bond, appointed to the 17th light dragoons; lieutenant Raymond Williains, from 3d Ceylon regiment, vice Newman.

To be cornet, without purchase.-Brotherton Brown, gent. vice Lovelace, promoted.

3d Regiment of Foot.

To be ensigns, without purchase.-Ensign Robert Kingsbury, from the West Essex militia; and ensign Christopher Dexter, from the Tipperary militia.

5th Ditto. Ensign Joseph Foot, from the South Hants militia, to be ensign without purchase.

7th Ditto.-Captain Edward Elwood, from the 5th garrison battalion, to be captain of a company, vice Pilkington, who exchanges.

12th Ditto. Ensign Frederick Clark, from the Sligo militia, to be ensign, without purchase.

18th Ditto.-Ensign James Dwyer to be lieutenant, vice Hely, deceased; Alexander Blood, gent, to be ensign, vice Dwyer.

19th Ditto.-Captain Donald M'Donald to be major, without purchase, vice Law. rence, promoted in the 4th garrison battalion; lieutenant John William Preston, from the West Kent militia, to be ensign, without purchase.

20th Ditto.-Joseph Thompson, gent. to be ensign, by purchase, vice Strode, pro

moted.

23d Ditto.-James M'Dougall, gent. to be second lieutenant, without purchase, vice Simmons.

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Military Promotions.

29th Ditto.-Lieutenant Samuel Tresidder, from the royal Cornwall militia, to be ensign, without purchase.

32d Ditto.-Lieutenant Hugh Harrison, to be captain of a company, by purchase, vice Barr, who retires; ensign Thomas James Horan to be lieutenant, by purchase, vice Harrison; lieutenant S. H. Lawrence to be adjutant, vice Harrison, promoted.

37th Ditto.-Ensign George Joynt, from the North Mayo militia, to be ensign, without purchase.

39th Ditto.-Lieutenant J. P. Tudor, from the Hereford militia, to be ensign, without purchase.

41st Ditto.-Lieutenant Charles Lane, from the Hereford militia, to be ensign, without purchase.

44th Ditto.-To be ensigns, without purchase.-Lieutenant

Hern, from the

Wicklow militia; lieutenant Alexander Reddock, from the West Kent militia.

47th Ditto.-Lieutenant Stephen Burke, from the Galway militia, to be ensign; without purchase.

59th Ditto.-Brevet-major Alexander M'Pherson, to be major, vice Olpherts, killed in action.

To be captains of companies, without purchase.-Lieutenant John Butler, vice Watts, killed in action; lieutenant Henry Pittman, vice Alexander Macpherson; lieutenant Edward Gregory, from the 34th foot, vice Evan McPherson, deceased; lieutenant Robert C. Stevenson, vice Hill, deceased.

To be lieutenants, without purchase.--Ensign George Freeze, vice Waring, killed in action; ensign John B. D. Kelly, vice Litton, killed in action; ensign Lewis Carmichael, vice Lloyd, killed in action; ensign William Waters, vice Kenny, deceased; ensign James Butler, vice Sampson, deceased; ensign William Bushel, vice Butler, promoted; ensign Peter M'Lauchlan, vice Stevenson.

To be ensigns, without purchase.—

Stewart, gent. vice Freeze; George A. S. Fane, gent. vice Bushel; Midmay Fane, gent. vice M'Lauchlan; lieutenant Michael H. Hoctor, from the Nottingham militia.

65th Ditto.-To be lieutenants, without purchase.-Ensigns James Place, vice O'Brien, deceased; Francis Strangwayes, vice Gordon, who resigns.

To be ensign, without purchase-James Place, gent. vice Stepney, promoted.

67th Ditto.-Ensign W. R. Moorsom to be lieutenant, without purchase, vice Leabon, dismissed the service.

To be ensigns without purchase.-Richard Tidmarsh, gent. vice Smylt, promoted in the 77th foot; James Perrin, gent. vice Moorsom.

68th Ditto.-Lieutenant Severns W. Lynham Stretton, from the Nottingham militia, to be ensign, without purchase.

69th Ditto.-Major Walter Symes to be lieutenant-colonel, vice M'Leod, killed in

action.

To be Majors.-Captain H. de la Douespe, vice Clarges, dead of his wounds; captain C. J. Barrow, vice Symes.

To be captains of companies.-Lieutenant W. W. Read, vice Ross, killed in action; lieutenant J. H. Holland, vice Hipkins, killed in action; lieutenant James M'Mahon, vice De la Douespe; lieutenant Charles Lowrie, vice Barrow.

To be lieutenants.-Ensigns W. E. Ellis, vice Read; W. H. Shurlock, vice Oldershaw, M'Mahon; and George Harpur, vice Lowrie.

To be ensigns.-Augustus Cuyler, gent. vice Ellis; serjeant-major, vice Shurlock; gentleman cadet Charles Lenox Dickson, from the Royal Military College, vice Harpur.

74th Ditto.-Ensign James Henry to be lieutenant, vice Grant, dead of his wounds. 77th Ditto.-John Morton Stuart, gent. to be ensign, by purchase, vice Dymoke,

who retires.

78th Ditto.-Captain David Forbes to be major, vice Campbell, dead of his wounds. To be captains of companies.-Lieutenant Malcolm M'Gregor, vice Donald Cameron, deceased; lieutenant William Matheson, vice Forbes.

To be lieutenant.-Ensign John Pennycuick, vice Munro, killed in action.
To be ensign.-W. P. Hunter, gent. vice Pennycuick.

80th Ditto.-Ensign Thomas Darke to be lieutenant, by purchase, vice Harness, promoted; Richard Halahan, gent. to be ensign, without purchase, vice Bromwich, appointed to the 22d Light Dragoons; lieutenant S. S. Burns, to be adjutant, vice Mosse, who resigns the adjutancy only.

83d Ditto.-Ensign

without purchase.

Military Promotions.

· Parnall, from the Royal Cornwall militia, to be ensign,

88th Ditto.-Lieutenant William Flack to be captain of a company, without purchase, vice Seaton, promoted; William Smith, gent. to be ensign, by purchase, vice Giles, who retires.

89th Ditto. without purchase. 94th Ditto. To be ensigns. Richard Topp, gent. by purchase, vice Russell: ensign R. Lorimer, from the Dumfries-shire militia, without purchase.

Ensign Francis Miles, from the Warwick militia, to be ensign,

95th Ditto.--Second Lieutenant Robert Fernyhough to be first lientenant, vice McPherson, deceased; second lieutenant James Simmons, from the 23d foot, to be second lieutenant, vice Fernyhough.

101st Ditto.-Lieutenant John Blundell, from the 4th garrison battalion, to be lieutenant, vice Yates, deceased.

102 Ditto. To be ensigns.-Edward Sherlock, gent. by purchase, vice W. R. Chambers, promoted; Henry Kelly, gent. without purchase, vice J. D. Lyster, promoted.

5th Garrison Battalion.

Captain William Pilkington, from the 7th foot, to be captain of a company, vice Ellwood, who exchanges.

3d Royal Veteran Battalion.

Serjeant-major William Boulton to be ensign, vice Davis, deceased; assistantsurgeon Thomas Douglas, from the Royal African corps, to be assistant-surgeon.

The King's German Legion.

2d Light Dragoons.-James Parodi, gent. to be cornet, vice Schroder, who resigns. 2d Battalion of Light Infantry,-Henry Conradi, gent. to be ensign, vice Bleck, promoted.

3d Battalion of the Line.-Cornet Henry Dehnel, from the 2d dragoons, to be ensign, vice Jeinsen, promoted.

The Duke of Brunswick Oel's Corps.

Cavalry. Captain Carle von Gaffron, from the retired list, to be captain of troop, vice Blum, cashiered by the sentence of a General Court Martial.

Watteville's Regiment.

Ensign Victor May, to be lieutenant, vice De Tuyll, placed on half pay.

Chasseurs Britanniques.

John M'Causland, gent. to be ensign, vice Precorbin, promoted.

Bourbon Regiment.

Captain G. A. Burgoyne, from the 20th light dragoons, to be captain of a company," vice Woodgate, who exchanges.

COMMISSION SIGNED BY THE PRINCE REGENT.

Charles Homfray, gent. to be Adjutant to the Eastern Monmouth regiment of local militia, vice Davis, deceased.

Brevet.

To be lieutenant-colonels in the army.-Major John P. Hunt, of the 52d foot; Major Cameron, of the 95th foot.

To be majors in the army.-Captain Charles William Pasley, of the corps of royal engineers.

Captain George Langlands, of the 74th foot.

Staff.

To be assistant-commissaries general to the forces.-Deputy-assistant-commissary. general P. D. Arentz.

Deputy-assistant-commissary-general William Heydinger.
Deputy-assistant-commissary-general L. E. Ermatinger.

To be deputy-assistant-commissaries-general to the forces, Vincent Vella, R. F. Pausset, William Pemberton, gents.

Military Promotions.

J. B. Knight, Henry Basnett, William Winter, Henry Hendy, gents.

John Tench, John K. Macbreedy, Francis Hall, gents.

Robert Milne, clerk, to be chaplain to the garrison of Fort George, vice Gordon, deceased.

To be Deputy-assistant-commissaries-general to the forces, James Ogilvie, William Gauntlett, Richard Green, Lovell Pennell, and Patrick Gould Hogan, gent.

Royal Military College.

Captain and adjutant Thomas Abraham, to be captain of a company of gentlemen cadets, with temporary rank.

Hospital Staff.

To be hospital mates for general service.-James Kennedy, James Smith, James Johnston, John Williams, Hugh Caldwell, and John Fawcett, gents.

Surgeon Charles Collier, from the 70th foot, to be surgeon to the forces; surgeon Andrew Halliday from the Portuguese service, to be assistant-surgeon to the forces, vice Robertson, promoted.

London and Westminster Light Horse Volunteers.

Lieutenant M. Shakespear to be captain of a troop, vice Herries, resigned; cornet Thomas Mellish, to be lieutenant, vice Shakespear; serjeant Samuel Smith, to be cornet vice Mellish; adjutant John Bamford to be captain by brevet; and troop quartermaster G. Shedden to be regimental quarter-master.

4th Garrison Battalion.

Lieutenant Blundell, who was superseded, as stated in the Gazette of 20th August 1811, is reinstated in his rank.

Memorandum..

The appointment of surgeon Halliday, from the Portuguese service, to be assistantsurgeon to the forces, as stated in the Gazette of the 13th inst. has not taken place. The appointment of Francis Peter Werry, gent. to be ensign in the 1st regiment of Essex Local Militia, as stated in the Gazette of the 9th ult. has not taken place. The undermentioned appointments, as stated in former Gazettes, have not taken place. 22d Light Dragoons.

Cornet A. Moorhead to be lieutenant, vice Wood.

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Lieutenant Henry Tomkinson, from the Stafford militia, to be ensign.

92d Foot.-Hospital mate Nilus Hilditch, to be assistant-surgeon, and Mr. Hugh Mulhollen to be hospital-mate for general service.

WAR OFFICE, MAY 26.

2d Regiment of Life Guards.-Captain Richard Fitz-Gerald, from half-pay of Inde pendent Companies, to be Captain of a Troop, vice Blair, who exchanges; Lieutenant George Bourne, from the 85th Foot, to be Cornet and Sub-Lieutenant, vice Bayntun, who exchanges; and Samuel Waymouth, Gent. to be ditto, by purchase, vice St. Felix, promoted.

2d Regiment of Dragoons,-Charles James, Gent. to be Cornet by purchase.

9th Regiment of Light Dragoons.

To be Lieutenants, without purchase-Cornet Lord Guernsey, vice Clerke, promoted; and Cornet James Bogle French, vice Clay, who retires.

To be Cornet.-William Francis Elliot, Gent. vice Lord Guernsey.

13th Ditto. Richard Adams, Gent, to be Cornet, without purchase, vice Morshead, promoted in the Bourbon Regiment.

16th Ditto.-Cornet Thomas Hall to be Lieutenant, by purchase, vice Tomkinson, promoted in the 60th Foot.

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21st Ditto-Cornet William Mahony to be Lieutenant, without purchase, vice Fortesque, appointed to the 8th Light Dragoons; and Henry Tomkinson, Gent, to be Cornet, vice Mahony,

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Military Promotions.

3d Regiment of Foot, Ensign Thomas Everndern, from the 2d Somerset Militia, to

be Ensign.

7th Ditto.-Joseph John Crosier Harrison, Gent. to be Lieutenant, by purchase, vice Morgan, promoted.

8th Ditto.-Hospital-Mate William Steele to be Assistant-Surgeon, vice Cocks, superseded.

9th Ditto.-Ensign Henry Sanders, from the 2d Somerset Militia, to be Ensign. 12th Ditto.-Lieutenant Edward Raymond Hicks, from the East Suffolk Militia, to be Ensign.

16th Ditto.-Ensign Thomas Peter Burke, from the Royal South Lincoln Militia, to be Ensign.

22d Ditto.-Ensign Richard Ellis Rowland, from the Royal Cheshire Militia, to be Ensign.

23d Ditto.-First Lieutenant H. S. Blanckley, to be Captain of a Company, by pur chase, vice Edgar, who retires; and Second Lieutenant A. A. Brice to be First Lieutenant, by purchase, vice Blanckley.

29th Ditto.

To be Ensigns. Ensign William Legh Hilton, from the 3d Royal Lancashire Militia; and Ensign Stephen Gibbons, from the South Gloucester Militia.

37th Ditto.-Lieutenant William Jameson, from the 3d Lancashire Militia, to be Ensign.

41st Ditto.

To be Ensigns.-Lieutenant William Hall Jones, and Ensign William Proud Johnson, from the Royal Cheshire Militia.

43d Ditto.-Ensign Bartholomew Casey to be Lieutenant, vice Hodgson, dead of his wounds.

To be Ensigns.-Volunteer Hennell, from the 94th Foot, vice Casey; Gentleman Cadet William Carruthers, from the Royal Military College, vice Sidney deceased.

44th Ditto.-James Burke, Gent. to be Ensign, without purchase, vice Barrett, who resigns.

45th Ditto.-Ensign John Forbes to be Lieutenant, vice M'Aulay, deceased; Anderson, Gent. to be Ensign, vice Forbes.

54th Ditto.-Ensign Richard Stackpoole, from the Royal Meath Militia, to be Ensign.

56th Ditto.-Hospital-Mate William Forrest, to be Assistant-Surgeon, vice Hunter, superseded.

59th Ditto.-Lieutenant the Honourable William Cecil Pery, from the Royal Corsican Rangers, to be Lieutenant, without purchase, vice William Chapwick, promoted in the 34th Foot.

70th Regiment of Foot.

To be Ensigns.-John Alston, Gent. by purchase, vice M'Iver, promoted; Lieute nant William Craufurd, from the Ayrshire Militia.

71st Ditto.-Ensign Robert Dixon, from half-pay of the 8th West India Regiment, to be Ensign, vice Butcher, who exchanges.

73d Ditto.-Lieutenant Donald Browne, from the Royal Perthshire Miliția, to be Ensign.

90th Ditto.-Lieutenant Richard Dogherty to be Captain of a Company, without purchase, vice M'Gregor, promoted in the 63d Foot; Ensign D. Campbell to be Lieutenant, vice Dogherty; Nathaniel Taylor, Gent, to be Ensign, vice Campbell. 93d Ditto.-Ensign John Mac Donald, from the Cape Regiment, to be Lieutenant, vice Macintosh, deceased; Lieutenant Donald Cumming, from the Inverness Militia, to be Ensign.

102d Ditto.-Major Edward Mockler, om half-pay of the 11th Garrison Battalion, to be Major, vice Newport, who exchanges.

Meuron's Regiment.

To be Lieutenants.-Ensign Jean G. Brewer, vice Sprecher de Bernegg, resigned, Ensign William Robins, vice Jenner, resigned; Ensign Stanislaus Schoulta, vice Samuel de Meuron, deceased; Ensign Jean D'Ombre, vice D'Orsonnens, promoted.

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