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Colonel James Fullarton Dundas, of the Regiment of Artillery and Assistant Surgeon James Stokes, M. D, of the Medical De partment, on account of private affairs.

Surgeon James Hutchinson was appointed in the General De. partiment under date the 1st instant, to act as Private Secretary to the Deputy Governor of Bengal, until further orders. J. STUART, Lient-Col Offg. Sec. to the Govt. of Ind. Mil. Dep.

BY THE COMMANDER IN CHIEF.

ECCLESIASTICAL-ARCHDEACONRY OF CALCUTTA.

The Lord Bishop of Calcutta has appointed unler Faculty, The Reverend John Vauhan, Chaplain, to be Surrogate at Dina. pore, in the above Archdeaconry, for granting Episcopal Licences of Marriage

Dated at Calcutta, this 3d day of November 1937.

72d Regiment Native Infantry-Lieutenant Hugh Hughes Lloyd to be Captain of a company; and Ensign Charles Henry Deane Spread to be Lieutenant, from the 7th of Feb 1838, in succession to Captain Charles Henry Boisragon deceased.

Head Quarters, Camp, Thanaisur, December 24, 1837.-indrew Inglis, a recruit, ecently arrived in the ship Repulse, s placed on the Town wajor's list, and directed to be sent to Meerut, for employment under the orders of the Major Genera command. ing the division.

Head Quarters, Camp. Thanaisur, Dec. 25, 1837.-The regi mental order dated the 15th instant, by Major C R. W. Lane, commanding the 2d native infantry, appointing Lieutenant T.

The undermentioned Officers are permitted to proceed to Young to act as Adjutant, during the absence, on leave of Lieut.
Kay, is comfired.
Europe on Purlough:

The undermentioned Officers have leave of absence on medical

certificate:

Colonel William Conrad Faithfull, C. B, of the 29th Regiment Native Infantry, to the Cape of Good Hope, for two years.

Major George Douglas Stoddart, of the 8th Regiment Light Cavalry, Presidency Pay Master, to the Cape of Good Hope, for

3d Battalion Artillery.-Captain A. Abbott from 1st December, to 1st March 1818 to remain at Meerut, on private affairs, and enable him to join.

24 Regiment Native Infantry.-Lieutenant J. Shaw, from 1st December to 31st December in extention, to remain at the Presi. dency, on medical certificate.

W H. ABBOTT, Registrar.

two years.

Captain Henry Walter Bellew, of the 56th Regiment Native In fantry, Deputy Assistant Quarter Master General, to New South Wales, for two years.

Captain Thomas Seymour Rurt, of the Corps of Engineers, has returned to his duty on this Establishment, without prejudice to

The Presidency division order of the th instant, d'recting the transfer of Asistant Apothecary A. Defegrady, from the hospital of Her Majesty's 9th regiment to that of the 4th battalion of artil. lery at Dum Dum, is confirmed.

The Sangor division order of the 9th instant. appointing Capt. R. D. White, of the 69th native infantry, to officiate as Deputy, Judge Advocate General to the division, on the departure on duty. of Capt. Macdonald, is confirmed as a temporary arrangement.

The leave of absence, for six months, granted to Major C. J. C. Davidson, of Engineers, in General Orders of the 9th ultimo, is to have effect from the 1st of September last, instead of from the date therein s. ecified,

His Excellency the Commander in Chief is pleased to make the following appointment:

to be

20th Regt, Native Infantry.-Lieut. A. B. Morris Interpreter and Quarter Master, vice Scott appointed to the commissariat department.

Half-pay, Drummer James Woolford is transferred from the European regiment to the 37th native infant to complete the establishment of Drummers in the latter corps

By Order of His Excellency the Commander in Chief.

Head Quarters, Camp, Umballa, December 28, 1887.--The Presidency division order of the 14th instant, directing Surgeon W. Dyer, of the 8th. to proceed to Chittagong, and assume medical charge of the 55th regiment of native infantry, is confirmed.

Th Nusseerabad station order of the 1th instant, directing Surgeon J. Griffiths, of the 28th, to continue in medical charge of th- 13th regt of native infantry, until further orders, is confirmed. The regimental order of the 1st instant, by Captain J. Scott, commanding the 55th native infantry, appointing Lieutenant W G. Horne to act as Adutant, during the absence of Lieutenant Gra ham, on leave, is confirmed.

Head Quarters, Camp, Shahabad, December 26, 1837-Thement of native infantry, Military Secretary to the Commander in Chief having obtained leave of absence, the duties of the Commander in Chief's office will be conducted by Captain John Michel, until further orders,

Letters and papers intended for submission to His Excellency the Commander in Chief are to be addressed accordingly; and Captain Michel will authenticate such papers as require it, by his signature, as" Acting Millitary Secretary."

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By order of His Excellency this Commander in Chief.

Hospital apprentice H Verniuew, attached to the general hos pital, having absented himself without leave, is discharged the service from the 1st ultino.

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Head Quarters, Camp, Busser, 29th December, 1837 -The Presi dency division order of the 7th instant, directing Assistant Apothecary T Absalom to proceed with Captain Beaty's detachment of recruits, as Assistant Apothecary and Assistant Steward, vice Dempsey reported sick, is confirmed.

Lieutenant Colonel H. Hall, on furlough, from the 42d to the 13th regiment of native infantry.

Lieutenant Colonol S. Hawthorne, on furlough, from the 62d to the 42d regiment of native infantry.

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Lieutenant Colonel H Burney, from the 19th to the 16th regiment of native infantry.

The Presidency division order of the 13th instant, directing the undermentioned Cornet and Ensigns, lately admitted to the ser

vice, to join and do duty with the corps specified opposite their

names, is confirmed:

Lieutenant Colonel G. Williamson, from the 56th to the 19th regiment of native infantry.

Lieutenant Colonel F. Young, from the 7th to the 56th regiment of native infantry.

Lieutenant Colonel H. Ross, new promotion, to the 7th regiment of native infantry.

Ensign Robert Anderson Ramsay is removed from the 49th to the 35th regiment native infantry, at his own request, and direct

The leave of absence granted in General Orders of the 28th Oc.ed to join the latter corps on its arrival at Meerut, in progres tober last, to captain J. George, of the 19th regiment of native infantry, is cancelled at his request.

to Kurnaul.

Captain C. Gale, of the invalid establishment, is permitted to, reside and draw his pay and allowances at Simla, instead of at Dinapore.

Serzeant James Grange, of the 1st battalion of artillery, is transferred to the Town Major's list, and appointed Quarter Master Sergeant to the 67th regiment native infantry, from the 11th instant vice Lynch deceased.

Lieutenant Colonel T. Dundas, from the 16th to the 62d regi

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Interpreter and Quarter Master.
29th Regiment Native Infantry.-Ensign H. S. Stewart to be

Colour Sergeant John Woolley, of the European regiment, is transferred to the Town Major's list, and appointed Bazar sergeant at Secrole.

The undermentioned officers have leave of absence:

Garrison Staff-Lieutenant General B. Marley, Commandant of Allahabad, from 15th January to 15th April 1838, to visit the Presidency on priva e affairs.

36th Regiment Na'ive Infantry Lieutenant W. L. Hall, from 10th December to loth February 1838, to remain at Dinapore, on medical certificate, and to rejoin his corps.

57th "egiment Native Infantry -Ensign W. B. Lumley, from 25th November to th December, on private affairs.

Head Quarters, Camp, Munnymajra, 31th Dec. 1837.-With the sanction of the Right Honorable the Governor General, the undermentioned regiment of native infantry will move, according to the instructions with which they will be furnished from head. quarters, and be stationed as follows:

41st regiment native infantry-From Barrackpore to Benares 56th regiment native infantry-From Bancoorah to Barrackpor● 57thregiment native infantry-From Benares to Barrackpore

Head Quarters, Simla, 6th January 1838-Under instructions from the Right Honorable the Governor General of India, His Excellency the Commander in-Chief is pleased to authorize volunteers being called for, from the corps specified in the an. nexed table, for the purpose of providing commissioned and noncommissd. officers for the Oude auxly. force, about to be raised.

The undermentioned officers have leave of absence:

14th regiment Native infantry -Ensign C. G. Wash, from 26th January to 25th July 1838, to visit Calcutta and Cherra Poonjee, on private affairs, preparatory to applying for forlugh.

19th Regiment Native Infantry-Lieur and Adjt. W. Smith, from 30th December 10 30th March 1838, to visit the Presidency on medical certificate, and apply for furlough

Subordinate Medical Dept.-Apothecary J. Douglas, attached to Her Majesty's 16th regiment of foot, from 1st February to 1st August 1838, to visit the hills north of Deyrab, on private affairs.

23d Regim nt Native Infantry-Lieut. and Brevet Captain Lord Henry Gordon, from 1st January to 1st July 1838, to remain at Meerut on private affairs.

2. It is to be distinctly explained to the men who may velanteer, that they are to consider themselves, from the date of their being struck off the strength of their present regiments, as ser vants of the King of Oude; and that the privilege allowed to soldiers of the Company's regular army, of preferring complaints through their officers to the Resident at Lucknow, respecting their village affairs or disputes, will not be granted to any per. sous of the Oude auxiliary force; but that all such matters mist be adjusted by the native Government, as in the cases of other Oude subjects in His Majesty's military service.

3. The pay of the troops of the Oode auxillary force will be the same as that fixed for the local corps in the Bengal army.

4 The native officers and privates will be enti led to the be nefit of the pension, establishment, after a service of not less than Head Quarters, Camp, Bussee, 29th December 1837 - Pension-29 years, if pronounced by a committee of medical officers unfit ed Drum Major William Smith is permitted, until further orders, for further military duty. The scale of pension to correspond, in to draw his stipend with the head quarters of the 25th regiment of amount, with that granted to local troops on this establishment. native infantry. 5. The men who may volunteer from corps of the line, for Privates William Kirkland and William Butler, of the Euro- promotion into the force, if they have already served 15 years, pean regiment, having been examined by a special medical com will receive, when invalided, either the pension to which they mittee, and found unfit for further service, are transferred to the would now be entitled if transferred from their present corps to veteran company at Chunar, and directed to be sent to join. the invalid establishment, or to such pension as they would ac quire if in a local cores, whichever may be the highest. Volun

Head Quarters, Camp, Munnymajra, 30th December 1838.-teers who have not served 15 years in the line, will count their The Allahabad garrison order of the 26th instant, directing As- first service in respect to pension, as locals. sistaut Surgeon R. Christie, under instructions from the Right Honorable the Governor General, to proceed to Katmandboo, and to place bimself under the orders of the acting Resident in Nepal, is confirmed,

6. Commanding officers of corps, from which volunteering is permitted, will be careful to transfer only such men as may be fit for the advanced rank which they are about to attain, giving preference to old and deserving officers and soldiers.

His Excellency the Commander in Chief is pleased to order the 7. Descriptive rolls of native officers, non commissioned offfollowing removals and postings of field officers: cers, and privates, to be prepared in duplicate; one copy to be Lieutenant Colonel R. Chalmers, from the 13th to the 67th re- forwarded to the Resident at Lucknow, and the other copy to the giment of native infantry. Adjutant General of the army.

8 The volunteers are to be paid up, and struck of the strength of their respective regiments, from the date of the publication of this order at the head quarters of their corps; and are to be di rected to assemble, the drafts for the cavalry, golandauze, and 1st regiment of infantry, at Sultanpore; and for the 24 regiment of infantry, at Seetepore.

9. Quarter Master Sergeant Edmund Sutcliffe, of the 44th re giment native infantry, is appointed Sergeant Major to the 1st infantry regiment of the ude auxiliary force; serjeant James Campbell, of the 4th battalion of artillery, and acting Serjeant John Hearne, of the European regiment. are transferred to the Town Major's list, and are appointed, the former to be Serjeant Major to the 20 infantry regiment, and the latter, who is promoted to Sergeant, to be Quarter Master Sergeant to the 1st infantry regiment, of the some force.

10. Sergeants Sutcliffe and Hearne will join their corps at Sultanpore; Sergeant Campbell will join that to which he has been attached at Seetapore.

Table shewing the corps from which volunteers are to be taken for the Oude auxiliary force, for promotion.

For one company ofGolundauze.-The 6th battalion of artillery to furnish i Jemadar: 2 Havildars: 8 Naicks and 8 Sepoys

1st Regiment of Infantry.-2d regiment of native infantry to furnish Jamader; 1 Havildar; 4 Naicks and 5 sepoys.

7th Regiment of Native Infantry to fuuish Jemadar; 1 Ha. vilda 4 Naucks and 5 Sepoys

10th Regiment of Native Infantry to furnish IJ-madar; 1 Ha vildar; 4 Naiks and 4 Sepoys.

14th Regiment of Native Infantry to furnish 1 Jemadar; 1 vildar; 2 Naicks and 2 Sepoys.

29th Regiment of Native Infantry to furnish 1 Jemadar; 1 Havildar; 4 Naicks and 4 Sepoys.

31st Regiment of Native Infaatry to furnish I Jemadar; 1 Ha vi'dar; 4 Naicks and 4 Sepoys

34th Regiment of Native Infantry to furnish 1 Jemadar; 1 Ha vildar; 4 Naicks and 4 Sepoys.

35th Regiment of Native Infantry to furnish Jemadar; 0 Ha vildar; 4 Naicks and 2 Sepoys

42d Regiment of Native Infantry to furnish 1 Jemadar; 0 Havildar; 4 Naicks and 4 Sepoys

The Presidency division order of the 16th ultimo, directing Captain W J. Macvitie, of the 4th company 3d battalion of artil. Halery, to do duty at the head quarters of the regiment at DumDum, until the conclusion of the practice season is confirmed.

45th Regiment of Native Infantry to furnish 1 Jemadar; 0 Ha vildar; 4 Naicks and 3 Sepoys.

534 Regiment of Native Infantry to furnish 0 Jemadar; 1 vildar; 4 Naicks and 4 Sepoyя.

Total, 10 Jemadars; 10 Havildars; 50 Naicks and 50 Sepoys. 2d Regiment of Infantry.-8th regiment of native infantry to furnish 1 Jamadar; 1 Havildar; 4 Naicks and 4 Sepoys.

16th Regiment of ative Infantry to furnish 1 Jamadar; 0 Ha. vildar; 4 Naicks and 3 Sepoys.

The leave of absence granted to Lieutenant Colonel T. Mad. dock, of the 10th regiment of native infantry, in General Orders of the 24 of May last, is to be calculated from the 28th of that month, and to extend to the 1st of December, instead of the date Ha-specified in General Orders of the 22d September last.

The leave of absence granted to Lieutenant and Brevet Captain H. Moore, of the 34th regiment of native infantry, in General Orders of the 19th of September last, to visit the Presiden

62d Regiment of Native Infantry to furnish 0 Jemadar; 1 Ha vildar; 4 Naicks and 4 Sepoys

68th Regiment of Native Infantry to funish 0 Jamadar; 1 Hacy on private affairs, is to be calculated from the 20th of October, and to terminate on the 1st of December, instead of the dates therein specified.

vildar; 4 Naicks and 4 Sepoys.

21st Regiment of Native Infantry to furnish 1 Jamadar; 1 Havilder; 4 Naicks and 3 Sepoys

26th Regiment of Native Infantry to furnish | Jemadar; 1 Ha. vildar; 4 Naicks and 3 Sepoys.

27th Regiment of Native Infantry to furnish 1 Jemadar; 1 Ha. vildr; 4 Naicks and 3 Sepoys.

28th Regiment of Native Infantry to furnish 1 Jemadar: 1 Havildar; 4 Naicks and 5 Sepoys.

37 h Re iment of Nttive Infantry to furnish 0 Jemadar; I Havildar; 3 Naicks and 3 Sepoys

38t Regiment of Native Infantry to furnish 1 Jemadar; 1 Havildar; Naicks and 3 Sepoys.

44 h Regiment of Native Infantry to furnish 1 Jemadar; 1 Havildar; 4 Naicks and 5 Sepoys.

47th Regiment of Native Infantry to furnish 1 Jemadar; 0 Havildar; 2 Naicks and 5 Sepoys.

48th Regiment of Native Infantry to furnish 1 Jemadar; 0 Havildar; 4 Naicks and 3 Sepoys.

saldar; I Jemadar; 2 Kote Duffadars; 2 Duffadars and 14 Sowars.
5th regiment local horse to furnish 0 Ressaidar; I Naib Res.
Duffadars; 8 Duffadars and 72 Sowars *
Total, 4 Ressaidars; 4 Naib Ressaldars; 8 Jemadars ; & Kote

By order of His Excellency the Commander in Chief,

J. R. LUMLEY, Major Gen, Adj. Gen. of the Army. *Including 8 Sowars for promotion to Nishaunburdars.

54th Regiment of Native Infantry to furnish 0 Jemadar; 0 Ha. vildar 3 Naicks and 3 Sepoys.

General of India, His Excellency the Commander in Chief is With the concurrence of the Right Honorable the Governor pleased to direct, that under no circumstance is the brigade of infantry stationed at Delhi to be left without its artillery. company from the 6th battalion, attached to the battery at that post, is therefore to be relieved annually, in order that it may The no be deprived of the benefit of practice beyond one season, in the course of its tour of duty at the station; and the Commandant of artillery, in preparing his plan for the periodical relief of detachments from the corps, will make his arrangements accordingly.

61st Regiment of Native Infantry to furnish 0 Jemadar; 1 Havildar; 3 Naick and 4 Sepoys

The Sirhind division order of the 28th ultimo, directing Mirza Shaikh Golam Ghous, employed under the orders of Assistant Allyar Beg, Native Doctor, to proceed to Simla, and relieve Surgeon C. B. Handyside, M. D. is confirmed.

Total, 10 Jemadars; 10 Havildars; 50 Naicks and 50 Sepoys For Promotion-1st regiment local horse to furnish! Res aidar; I Naib Ressaldar; 2 Jemadars; 2 Kote Duffadars: 1 Duffadar and 15 Sowars.

The Agra artillery division order of the 20th ultimo, appointact as laboratory-man to the division, during the practice season, ing Gunner John Pawson, of the 4th company, 4th battalion, to in succession to Kehoe deceased, is confirmed.

The detachment order of the 15th ultimo, by Ensign W. D. Goodyar, appointing Staff Sergeant John Fitzpatrick, of the 1st company 5th battilion of artillery, to act as Provost Sergeant to the party of convelescents returning from Landour to rejoin their corps, under his command, is confirmed.

Captain H. Dolafosse's appointment, on the 6th ultimo, of brizade of horse artillery, on its march from Meerut to Muttra, Gunner G. Bales to act as camp-colourman to the 3d troop Ist

is confirmed.

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Head Quarters. Simla, 8th January 1838.-The Mhow station order of the 20th ultimo, directing Veterinary Surgeon J. Harris, of the 6th regiment of light cavalry, to give his profes

59th Regiment of Native Infantry to furnish 0 Jemadar; 1 Ha-sional aid to the 2d troop 1st brigade horse artillery, is confirmed. vildar 3 Naicks and 8 Sepoys.

Sergreant F. Reid, labor atory-man in the Chunar magazine, is appointed Park Sergeant in the magazine at Allahabad, vice Hardingham remanded to the artillery.

Sergt. George Faicenie, supernumerary laborathry-man in the Delhi magazine, is transfd to the magazine at Chunar, vice Reid,

The undermentioned officers have leave of absence :

19th Regiment Native Infantry Lieut. Colonel G. Williamson, from 20th December 1837, to 20th February 1838, to remain at the Presidency, on private affairs.

34th Regiment Native Infantry Lieut. and Brevet Captain H. Moore, from 1st January 1838, to January 1839, to visit the hill provinces north of Deyrah on medical certificate.

2d regiment local hose to furnish 1 Ressaidar; 1 Naib Ressalpar; 2 Jemadars: Kote Daffadar; 2 Duffadars; and 15 Sowars. 3d regiment local horse to furnish1 Ressaldar; I Naib Ressaldar 2 Jemadars; 1 Kote Duffadar; 1 Duffadar and 14 Sowars. 4th regiment local horse to furnish 1 Ressaffdar; 0 Naib Res- Parker, from 1st Jannuary 1838 to 15th February 1838, to visit 58th Regiment Native Infantry-Lieut and Adjutant N. A. saldar; I Jemadar; 2 Kote Duffadars; 2 Duffa tars and 14 Sowars. | the Presidency, preparatory to applying for furlough.

28th December 1837, to 28th June 1838 to proceed on the river, Ioth Regiment Native infantry-Lieutenant J. Phillott, from and eventually to the Presidency, on medical certificate.

55th Regiment Native Infintry-Lieutenant C. J. H Perreau, |

Head Quarters, Siml~, 12th January, 1838.-The Presidency from 8th December 1837 to 8th February 1838, to visit the Pre-division order of the 30th ultimo, directing Assistant Surgeon A. Henderson, of the 50th reniment native infantry, to relieve Assissidency, no medical certificate.

8th Regiment Light Cavalry-Cornet T. T Tucker, from 23d December 1837, to ist February 1838 to visit Juanpore, ou medi cal certificate.

tant Surgeon J Anderson, M D., from the medical charge of the troops on duty in Singhbhoom, is confirmed

Head Quarters, Simla, 9th January 1838.-Veterinary Surgeon W. P. Barrett, at present attached to the 7 h light ca. vairy, is posted to th- 1st brigade of the horse artillery, and directed to join its head quarters at Kurual.

Head Quarters, Simla, 10th January, 1838-The Presidency division order of the 19th ultimo, directing the undermentioned Native Doctors to join and do duty with the corps specified apposite their names, is confirmed:

Modhor Sing, with the 56th regiment native infantry at Bancoorab.

Malar Bux, with the 67th regiment native infantry at Kyouk Phyoo, in Arracan.

The Rajpootanah district order of the 28th ultimo, appointing Captain J. Hewett, of the 52d regiment of native infantry, to officiate as Deputy Judge Advocate at an European general court martial assembled at Nusseerbad. is confirmed.

His Excellency the Commander in Chief is pleased to make the following appointments:

The regimental order of the 6th ultimo, by Major J. D. Syers, commanding the 19th native infantry, appointing Lieutenant Wto L Mackeson to act as Adjutant, vice Smith. proceeding on leave of absence, is confirmed.

4th Batalion of Artillery - Lieutenant F. Gaitskell, from the ad batalion, to be Adjutant and Quarter Master, vice Cardew

deceased

Quarter Master Sergeant John Walsh, of the Nusseree batta lion, is appointed Sergeant Major to that corps vice Fairhurst transferred to the pension establishment

Half-pay Drummer Samuel Jones is transferred from the Euro. pean regiment to the 59th uative infantry, to complete the esta blishment of Drummers in the latter corps.

The under mentioned officers have leave of absence:

Gene al staff -Major General Sir R. Stevenson, K. C. B. com manding the Cawnpore division, from 8th January 1838, to 8th December 138 to visit Simla, on medical certificate.

69th Regt N. I-Lieusement and Adjt. F. E. Smith, from 10th Nov. 1837 to 30th March 1838, in extension to visit the Presidency, on medical certificate, preparatory to applying for furlough.

71st Regt. N. 1-Captain E. Wintle, from 1st Jan. 1838, to 13th Feb 1838, in extension, to remain at Agra, on private affairs, and to enable him to rejoin,

Ram ghur light infantry battalion.-Major H. Lawrence, from 15th Jan. to 25th Feb. 1838, to visit the Presidency, on private

affairs.

Head Quarters, Simla, 11th January 1838.-The Neemuch station order of the 26th ultimo, directing Assistant Surgeon G. E. Christopher, of the 2d light cavalry, to deliver over medical charge of the 3 th regiment native infantry to Assistant Surgeon T. Russel, of the 1st light cavalry, and to perform the medical duties of the 28th native infantry during its march toward Mynpoorie, is confirmed.

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5th Battalion Artillery-Major C. H. Beil, from 10th Nov. 1837 to 15th Nov 1838, to remain at Simia, on medical certificate.tude, 21st Regt N. I-Captain O Lomer, from 6th October 1837, to 31st December 1837, to visit Benares.

The Meywar artillery division order of the 1st ultimo, appoint ing Sergeant Major J. Fraser and Farrier Sergeant D. Davis, of the 4th troop st brigade horse artillery, to act as laboratory men to the division, during the practice season, is confirmed

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The Presidency division order of the 25th ultimo, directing the undermentioned Cornets and Ensigns, lately admitted into the service, to join and do duty with the corps specified opposite their names, is confirmed:

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Ensigns Richard William Henry Fanshawe, right wing European regiment at Agra; William Mayne, 49th regiment of native in fantry at Neemuch; Orfeur Cavenagh 32d regiment of native infan'ry at Dacca; Thomas Cole, 2th regiment of native infantry at Barrackpore; Athill Turner. 1st regiment of native infantry at Saugor; James Pattuilo, (not arrived) right wing European regiment at Agra; Deane Christain Shute, 19th regiment of native infantry at Cuttack; John Crommelin Lamb. 52d regiment native infantry at Nusseerabad; Cecil Plowden Trower, 23d regiment of native infantry at Agra Authur Carrington, 24th regiment of native infantry at Midnapore; Henry James William Carter, 66th regiment of native infantry at Hussingabad; Richard John Farre, 72d regiment of native infantry at Mhow; Byan Martin Loveday, 15th regiment of native infantry at Barrackpore; James Keith Forbes, 10th regiment of native infantry at Lucknow ; Walter William Davies Voyle, 9th regiment of native inf ntry at Chittagong; John Cooper Fitzmaurice. 2d regiment of native infantry at Lucknow; John Stafford Paton, 14th regiment of native infantry at Agra; Thomas Spankie, B A 48th regiment of native infantry at Delhi; John Robinson, 69th regiment of native infantry at Saugor; Peter Henry Knight Dewaal, 34th regiment of na. tive infantry at Futtelzurh; Hector Alexander Sanden.an, 49th regiment of native infantry at Neemuch; Alfred Chicheley Plow

His Excellency the Commander in Chief is pleased to make den, both regiment of native infantry under orders for Mirzapore the following removals and postings: Alexander Skene, (on leave to Van Dieman's Land) 6 th regiment of native infantry at Allahabad; Martin Boileau Whish. 29th regi ment of native infantry at Bandah; William Smith, 58th regiment of native infantry under orders for Barrackpore;

Colonel James Cock, from the 12th to the 51st regiment native infantry, vice Colonel Henry Hodgson, from the latter to the former corps.

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The following removals and postings will take place in the regiment of artillery.

Captain G. R Crawford, from the 3d company 3d battalion to the 4th company 3d battalion.

Captain W. J. Macvitie, from the 4th company 3d battalion to the 3d company 3d battalion

1st Lieutenant and Brevet Captain E H. Ludlow, (on furlough) from the 4th company ist battalion to the 1st company 4th

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1st Lieutenant F. B. Boileau. (on furlough) from the 3d troop 3d brigade to the 6th company 7th battalion

1st Lieutenant G. T Graham, from the 1st company 4th batta lion to the 1st company 2d battalion.

1st Lieutenant F. C Burnett (on furlough) from the 6th com. pany 7th baitalion to the ith company 1st battalion.

2d Lieutenant W. K Warner, from the 3d company 3d battalion to the 1st company 6th battalion.

2nd Leiutenant C. Boulton, from the 1st com, any 6th battalion to the 4th company 1st bastalion.

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2d Lieutenant E Ke, from the 1st company 4th battalion the 3d company 3d battalion.

On the 1st of Juuary 183s, the number of European commis. sioned officers belonging to the Bengal army, was two thousand four hundred and thirty-nine.

The number of native commissioned officers was one thousand seven hundred and nine.

During the past year, 1337, of this large body of officers, but five European, and four native officers have been charged with such conduct as has rendered courts martial necessary.

Of the cases of European officers, one was most honorably acquitted of all moral crime; the crime of another arose from acri. dent; and two of the remaining three, were cases of breach of discipline, chiefly arising from errors, of judgment. There was but one conviction, comprizing any serious turpiamongst either class of officers

His Excellency deems such an absence of crime, or misconduct, to be most highly honorable to the officers of the Bengal army. European and Native; and he offers them the tribute of his warmest approbation in consequence.

He feels that the circumstances detailed, will fully justify his s liciting, as a boon to bims-If, the full pardon of Lieutenant M. Kittoe, of the 6th native infantry, recently dismissed by sentance of a general court-martial; and he will immediately make an application through the Supreme Government to the Honourable the Court of Directors to that effect.

The Hansi station order of the 27th November last, directing Assistant Surgeon M. Richardson, . D of the 1st regiment of local horse, to afford medical aid to the Hurrian h light infantry baital ion, and to the other troops and establishments at the station, is confirmed.

Ensign James Irwin Mainwaring is, at his own request, removed from the right win of the European regiment to the 120 regiment of native infantry at Bareilly,

The following Ensigns, to whom rank was assisined in Govern ment General Orders, No 255, of the 29th ultimo, are posted to the corps specified opposite to the their respective names, and directed to join:

Edward Close, 41st regiment of N. L. at Nasse-rabad; James | Grant Stephen 32d regiment of native infantry at Dacca; Peter following removals and postings in the artillery regiment : His Excellency the Commander in Chief is pleased to make the Drummond, 22 60th regiment of native infantry at Mhow; Dumfries Crawford Alston, 26th regiment of native infantry at weerut Wm Hooper, 12th regiment of native infantry at Barrackpore; Frede. rick Mills, 54th regiment of native infantry at Meerut; Joseph Pater Paterson Truscott Hawkey, 74th regiment of native infantry under orders for Nusseerabad; James Clarke, 1st regimen of na tive infantry at sangor; Robert Henry Hicks, right wing Euro pean regiment at Agra; Charles Patrick White 38th regiment of native infantry at Delhi; Alexander Robinson, 19th regiment of native infantry at Cutrack; and William Henry Williams, (not arrived) 67giment of native infantry at Khyouk Phy oo, in Arracan.

Head Quarters, Simla, 13th January 1838.—His Excellency the Commander in Ghief is pleased to make the following removals and postings.

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Lieutenant Colonel H. Hall, on furlough, from the 13th to the 52d regiment of native infantry.

Lieutenant Colonel G. B. Bell, from the 52d to the 13th regiment of native infantry.

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Head Quarters, Simla, January 17th -The regimental order by Lieutenant Colonel R. Blackall, commanding the 50th regi. ment of native infantry, dated the 26th ultimo, appointing Cap

The following officers are appointed to do duty at the convales-tain J. Saunders to act as Interpreter and Quarter Master, vice cent depôt at Landour, during the approaching hot season :

Robertson proceeding on duty, is confirmed as a temporary arrangement,

Captain and Brevet Major Squire,
Lieutenant and Brevet Capt. Meredith,
Lieutenant C. Sawyer.
Captain C. Mudie,..
Captain G H. Boisragon,...
These officers will join the depôt at Landour by the 1st of April,
and officers commanding divisions from which convalescents
are proceeding, will avail themselves of their services in taking
charge of men under orders for the hills.

H. M. 13th L. I.
ditto ditto.
H M. 3d R. or buffs.
ditto 16th ditto.
72 Reg. of N. I.

The undermentioned officers have leave of absence:

58th Regiment Native Infantry -Major H. C. M. Cox. from 19th December 1837, to 19th February 1838, to visit the Presidency, on medical certificate.

2d Regiment Native Infantry. - Lieutenant J. Shaw, from 31st December 1837, to 20th January 1838, in extension to enable him to rejoin.

Arracan Local Battalion.-Captain G. Burney, from 31st De. cember 1837 to 6th January 1838 to enable him to rejoin.

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ERRATUM.-In General Orders of the 11th ult. confirming the
Dinapore division order, appointing Hospital Apprentice to d
duy with her Majesty's 49th regiment, for W. J. read Thomas
Thompsom. The order books to be corrected accordingly.

By order of His Excellency the Commander-in Chief.
J. R. LUMLEY, Major General.
Adjutant General of the Army.

gade to the 4th company 3d battalion.
Captain R. Roberts, (on furlough) from the Ist troop 2d bri.

the 1st troop 2d brigade.
Captain G R. Crawford, from the 4th company 3d battalion to

following appoint-ent :
His Excellency the Commander in Chief is pleased to make the

tain J. B. Backhouse, from the 2d brigade, to be Adjutant and 1st Brigade Horse Artillery.-'st Lieutenant and Brevet CapQuarter Master, vice Anderson promoted.

the European regiment to the 24th regiment native infantry, to fill The undermentioned half pay Drummers are transferred from vacancies as Drummers in the latter corps :

William McCarthy, Charles McCarthy, John Morgan.

By order of His Excellency the Commander in Chief.

The regimental order of the 16th ultimo, by Brevet Major S. Moody, commanding the 7th regiment of native infantry, appointing Lieutenaat F. C. Brooke to act as Adjutant to four companies of the corps, during their separation from regimental head-quarters, is confirmed.

ing Ist Lieutenant V Eyres, of the 3d company 1st battalion, to The artillery regimental order dated the 1st instant, appoint. act as Adjutant and Quarter Master to the right wing of the 4th battalion vice Graham, proceeding on duty, is confirmed as a temporary arrangement.

Sergeant Robert Kelly, Congee-house Sergeant in Fort William, is tranferred to the commissariat department, vice Prince deceased.

Sergeants Christopher Stokes of the commissariat department and John Diey, Bazaar Sergeant at Kurnaul, are permitted to exchange situations.

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Head-Quarters, Simla, 15th Janu ry, 1838.-The Presidency division order of the 28th ultimo, directing Hospital Steward J. Roberts, of the 1st brigade borse artillery on duty at the Pre sidency to relieve Apprentice W. McKeon from the charge of the Steward's department in the hospital of Her Majesty's 3d light dra goons, and the latter to do duty with the corps as au Hospital Apprentice, is confirmed.

The Sirhind division order of the 6th instant, directing Lieute nant A. Brome. of the 1st brigade horse artillery, to proceed to Haupper, in charge of the remount horses admitted at Hissar, for the 2d, 5th, 7th, 8th and 10th regiments of light cavalry, and for the Presidencies of Madras and Bombay, and to return to Kur naul, via Meerut, in charge of the horses assigned from the Haupper stud to the 2d light cavalry and other corps at Kuruani and Loodinah, is confirmed.

The Sirhind division order of the above date, directing Lieute nant R. S. Trevor, of the 3d regiment of light cavalry, to receive charge of, and conduct to Kurnaul, the remount horses from the Hissar stud, for corps at that station and Loodianah, is also confirmed.

The regimental order by Colonel W. Nott. commanding the 38th native infantry, dated the 3d instant, directing Lieutenant W. Kennedy to act as Interpreter and Quarter Master, vice Hollings, proceeding on duty, is confirmed.

The regimental order by Major G Young, commanding the 68th regiment native infantry, dated the 29th ultimo, appointing Lieutenant G. P. Brooke to act as Adjutant to the left wing of that corps, during its separation from the head quarters of the regiment, is confirmed.

The Saugor division order of the 29th ultimo, directing Kausee Presaud Sookul, Native Doctor, of the Kemaoon local battalion, on leave of absence at Saugor, to join and do duty with the left wing of the 2d local horse, during its march to Bareilly, is confirmed

42d regiment native infantry-Captain A. McKinnon, from 1st February to 1st August 1838, to visit the Presidency, preparatory to submitting an application to retire from the service.

European regiment-Captain J. P. Ripley, from 1st February to 31st January 1839, to visit the hills north of Deyrah, on medical certificate.

By order of His Excellency the Commander-in Chief.

Head Quarters, Simla, 19th January, 1838.-The undermentioned officers have leave of absence:

3d regiment native Infantry-Lieutenant T. Wallace, from 1st December, 1837 to 1st December, 1838, in extension, to remain in the bills north of Deyrath, on medical certificate.

3d regiment native Infantry-Eusign G. A. F. Hervey, from 1st December 1837 to 1st December, 1838, to visit Simla, on medical certificate.

N. B. This cancels the unexpired portion of the leave granted to Ensign Hervey, in General Orders of the 14th November last,

February to 1st May, to visit the Presidency, preparatory to
making an application for furlough.
24th regiment Native Infantry-Captain A. S. Siuger, from Ist

25th regiment native infantry-Ensign C. A. Nicolson, from
Presidency, on medical certificate.
25th November, to 25th December, 1837, to remain at the

57th regiment Native Infantry-Ensign W. B. Lumley, from 29th January to 29th July, to visit Simfla, on private affairs.

57th regiment Native Infantry-Ensign S. C. Hampton, from 15th Jan. to 15th Mar, to visit the presidency, on private affairs.

The Mirazapore station order of the 9th instant, directing Civil Assistant Surgeon W. Gordon, M. D., to afford medical aid to the detachment of the 65th regiment of native infantry at that station, is confirmed, with effect from the 6th instant.

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