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French-to have observed every diligence and industry in Latin S these branches. Character-to have borne in the reports generally a character of diligence and good conduct. That the gentlemen cadets obtaining these certificates (which are to be engraved in a suitable manner) be allowed the privilege of selecting the presidency to which they shall be posted, and that their names with a suitable statement of their merits be communicated by the court for the observation of the local Govern meats, and also for publication in general orders to the army.

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3. With this view the lists of rank of cadets are forwarded by the first opportunity after the can be finally arranged, and upon an average no cadet has been more than two or three months in India before you are apprized of the order in which he stands for succession to a regimen al vacancy If there be then a vacancy and he s ant first of the unposted cadets he should be immediate ly appointed to fill it, so that his pa ticipation in the chances of regimental rise may a once commence.

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Serjeant Major Frederick Whitehead, on the 26th regiment native infantry, is admitted to the benefits of the pension sanctioned by minutes of council of the 11th of January 1797 and general orders dated the 5th February 1820, subject to the confirmation of the Hon'ble the Court of Directors, with permission to receive his pension a' Deyrah. No. 4 of 1838

The President in council is pleased to make the following appointments :

4. The supply of cadets being duty apportioned to the wants of the service it will seldom happen if the above rule be carefully acted upon, that any one regiment has more than one vacancy at a time and consequently that under ordinary circumstances no necessity will arise for the transfer of cornets or ensigns from one regimen to another.

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Fort William, January 5th.-No. 3 of 1838.-The President in council is pleased to make the following promotions :

Right Wing European regiment -Ensign Frederick Summers Macmulien to be lieutenant, from the 18th December 1837, vice Lieutenant Andrew Dick deceased.

Medical department.-Assistant Surgeon Richard Shaw to be surgeon, from the 31st December 1837, vice Su geon John Swiney, M. D., retired.

The undermentioned officers of cavalry and infantry are promoted to the rank of Captain by brevet, from the dates expressed opposite to their names.

Lieutenat John Bracken, of the 29th regiment native infantry, 2d January 1834.

Lieutenant Edward Watt, of the 6th regiment light cavalry, 3d January 834.

Lieutenant John Christie, of the 3d regiment light cavalry, 4th January 1838

The Hon'ble the Deputy Governor of Fort William has been pleased to appoint Assistant surgeon H. H. Spry, to officiate until the pleasure of the Governor General be known, as ist assistant garrison surgeon of Fort William during the absence of Dr. Bell, on sick certificate.

Surgeon John Sawers, 3d and officiating as 2d member of the medical board, to be 2d member, vice swiney retired, and to. officiate as ist meinber, during the absence of Su geon Langstaff.

Superintending Surgeon Thomas Smith, officiating 3d Member, to be 3d member of the Medical Board, vice Sawers, and to offi ciate as 24 member, during the absence of Surgeon Langstaff.

5. Should cases arise hereafter in which there are two or more vacancies in any one regiment whilst other regiments of the same army are complete, we concur in opinion with the Commander in Chief that the senior cornet or ensign would gain one step by removal should if he desire it be granted that advan tage.

Fort William, 3d January 1838,-No. 2 of 1838.-Lienteaant Arthur Conolly, of the 6th Regiment Light Cavalry, Assistant to the Governor General's Agent in Rajpootanah, is permitted to proceed to Europe on Furlough, on Medical Certificate.

6. N cornet or cusign is removeable for purposes of promotion except at his own request, and as there are difficulties in the way of ascertaining the wishes of individuals in this respect at the time when conting ney arises, we desi e that it be established as a regulation that every cornet or ensign who may wish to be removed to any corps by removal to which he would gain one or more steps shall notify his wish to that effect to the Adjutan General of the army, within one month from the date of his being fist posted-should he afterwards desire to alter this determination he may notify the same in the Adjt. General. The Comman. der in Chief wil thus at all times be in possession of the peces.infantry; Captain Thomas Fisher, of the 48th regiment native sary information to enable him to equalize the number of cornets infantry; Lieutenant Kenneth John White of the regiment of or ensigns in each corps with due attention to the interests of all artillery; Lieutenant Whalley Master, of the 7th regiment light Cavalry; Lieutenant Samuel James Tabor, of the 7th regiment light cavalry, and surgeon Thomas E. Baker, of the medical department, on account of private affais

Fort William, January 1 th No. 5 of 1838. The undermentioned officers are permitted to proceed to Europe on forìough: Major General Martin White, of the 22d regiment native i fantry; Lieutenant colonel John Taylor, of the 29th regiment native

Superintending Surgeon Colin Campbell to officiate as 3d member of the Medical Board, during the absence of Surgeon Langstaff, or until further orders.

Surgeon Alexander Halliday, M. D., officiating superintending surgeon, to be a superintending surgeon on the establishment, vice Smith appointed to the medical board.

Surgeon George King, garrison surgeon at Chunar. to officiate as superintending surgeon, during the period Mr. Campbell may be employed in the Medical Board, or until further orders.

The foregoing appointments are to have effect from the 31st ultimo.

Lieutenant Colonel Henry Cock, of the 23d regiment native infantry and brevet Captain William Biddulph, of the 45th regi ment native infantry, on medical certificate.

In general orders No 1, dated the 24 instant, publishing offreckoning advances for the year 1837, the word Europe" in.

5th Regiment N. 1.-Captain Stephen Swayne to be major; Lieutenant Charles William Haigh to be Captain of a Company and ensign Ralph Dows n to be lieutenant, from the 15th Decem-serted by desire of Major General William Hopper opposite to ber 1837, in succession to Major Peter Johnston retired on the his name in the statement, is changed to " India," to enable him to draw the advance of Company's rupees (3,266) three thousand pension of a lieutenant colonel two hundred and sixty-six.

24th Regiment N. I.-Ensign John Guise to be lieutenant, from the 1st January 1838, vice Lieutenant George Brockman resigned.

No 7. of 1828.-Assistant Surgeon W B O'Shaughnessy, M D., professor medical college, is exempied from the operation of clause 25 of general orders No 25, of the 28th January 1835, prohibiting the European assistant in that institution from intering into private practice.

Fort William, January 19th-No. 12 of 1:38.-The Hon'ble the president in council is pleased to make the follow. ing appointment.

Lieutenant Colonel John Cheape, of the corps of engineers, to be executive engineer of the 12th orKurnaul division department of publice works.

Cornet George Rowcroft Budd, of the 3d regiment light cavalry, is permitted to proceed to Europe on furlough, on medical

certificate.

Fort William, January, 22nd 1838-No. 13 of 1838.-The Hon'ble the President in Council is pleased to make the follow. ing Promotions and Alteration of Rank:

45th Regiment native infantry.-Lieutenant and Brevet Cap. tain Robert Warden Fraser to be Captain of a Company, and

Ensign Henry Colvin Jackson to be Lieutenant, from the 12th January 1838, in succession to Cap'ain William Ellis, retired on the Half Pay of his rank,

Medical Department.-Assistant Surgeon Augustus William Stuart to be Surge n, vice Surgeon William Thomas retired, with rank from the 31st December 1837, vice Surgeon John Swi ney, M. D., retired

Surgeon Richard Shaw to rank from the 1st August 1837, vice Surgeon Willa Thomas retired.

The un termentioned Officer of the Infantry is promoted to the rank of Captain by Brevet, from the date expressed opposite to his name:

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The permission granted by the Bombay Government to Captain Henry Patch, of the 73d egt. Bengal N. I, to proceed from that Presidency to Europe on Furlough, on medical certificate, as well as the previous leave to remain at Bombay till the 31st December last, granted to that Officer in extension of the leave obtained by him in Bengal, are confirmed by the Sapreme Government.

No. 14 of 1-38.-The Forms A. and B. of reports on the claims of discharged and deceased men claiming Ava Prize Money, at tached to General Orders No. 245, of the 19th December 1836, not being suited to the case of individuals who belonged to the Marine force from Bengal, employed on the late expedition to Rangoon, the Hon'ble the President in Council is pleased to direct the publication of two other Forms C. and D in substitution, as follows, and to authorize the signature thereto of the Secretary to the Marine Board to be considered sufficient to enable the Genesistant ral Prize Committee to act upon the Reports in orders:

Remarks

Fort William, January 15th-No. 8 of 1838.-The following list of rank of a cadet of cavalry, appointed for the Bengal presidency, is published far general information:

No. 4 of 1837.

List of rank of a cadet for the Bengal cavalry. To rank from the sailing from Gravese nd of the ship by which he proceeded:

ney having served as —
in the Ship-
and
that he is now reading or
serving (as the case may
be) at
(Signed)
Secy. Marine Board.
(Date)

William Fisher, Roxbourgh Custle, sailed 5th October 1837. (Sd) PHILIP MELVILL Secy Mily. Dept.,

East India House, 18th October 1837.
(A true Copy,)

(Sd) JAMES C MELVILL, Secretary. East India House; London, the 28th October 1837.

No 9 of 1438-The following paragraphs of military letter of No. 76, dated the 18th October 1837, from the Honorable the Court of Directors are published for general information :

Lieutenants F W. Cornish; W S. Pilans; Henry Barry ;
ensign Robert Hay; Surgeon Andrew Murray, MD, and As-
Surgeon E. Mitchell, for six months..
Assistant Surgeon J. J. Boswell, for twelve months.

4. We have permitted superintending Surgeon William Tho
mas to retire from the service. This vacancy has effect from the
discharged Men belong 1st August 1837."
Prize Money.

"Para. 2, Major Benson, Lieutenant Ma tin. and Ensign andon (permitted to return overland to their duty) have been informed that their Indian allowances will not commence until they shall have reached the presidency or joined the corps, to which they belong.

3. We have granted additional leave to the following officers, viz.

Lieutenant Colonel S. Hawthorn; Lieutenant Colonel H. L.
White, and Captain Sir R D Colquhoun, Bart. for six months.
Captain WA Smith, till November next.
Lieuteuant Edward Meale, for nine months.

I hereby Certify that from the documents pro duced and his reply to our questions. I have reason to believe, that the said -is entitled to

a share of Ava Prize Modical certificate.

No. 10 of 1838. The Hon'ble the President in council is pleas.. ed to make the following promotions:

BY THE COMMANDER IN CHIEF.

D.

15th regiment native infantry.-Lieutenant George Abbott to be captain of a company, and ensign George hair to be lieure. nant, from the 10th of January 1833 in succession to Capt. Evaus retired on the half-pay of his rank.

The undermentioned officers are permitted to proceed to Europe on furlough ;

Major General William Hopper, of the regiment of artillery, on account of private affairs.

Lieutenant William Smith, of the 19th regiment N. I., on me

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On whose On what In what behajf Vessel capacity.

claimed. served.

Salary

By whom
claimed

Remarks.

J. STUART, Lieut-Col.
Ofig. Secy. to the Govt. of India, Mily. Dept,

Head Quarters, Camp, Delhi, Decrmber 5th-That part

Report on the Claims of the Representatives of deceased Men of the General Orders of the 28th October last, which directs the

belonging to the Marine Department for Ava Prize Money.

2d company 6th battalion of artillery to proceed to Meerut for practice is countermanded, and the company, with its field batery, will contine a ta hed to the Delbi brigade.

The following Presidency division orders are confirmed;

12th November 1537 - Assistant Apothecar J. Dempsey, do. ing duty at the general hospital, to act as Assistant Apothecary and Assistant Steward to the detachment of recruits for the European regiment, proceeding to Agra by water, under the command of Captain F. Beaty.

I hereby Cer-
tify that-
has established
his (or her) claim
to the Share of
Prize Money to
which is en

The following appointments, made in the Presidency division
titled as having order of the 19 h ultimo, for the duties of the hospital of Hr ma-
been employed
during hostilities Jesty's 3d regiment of light dragons, are confirmed as a tempora-
against the Bur. ry arrangement:

mese States be
ing the (or
next or nearest
of Kin as the
Case may be) and
that proof has
been given that
the said is
dead.
(Signed)
Secy. Marine
Board.

(Date)

17th November 1837 - Assistant Surgeon A. Donaldson, M. D. doing duty at the general hospital, to take medical charge of Cap. tain Beaty's detachment of recruits, proceeding to Agra by

water.

Assistant Apothecary T. Nulty, on leave at the Presidency, to act as Apothecary

Apprentice W. McKeon to act as Hospital Steward.
Apprentice T. Murphy to act as Assistant Apothecary.

Apprentices J. B. Hanly and T. Coleman to do duty in the hospital.

There being no qualified officer present with the 9th native infantry, Lieutenant A Q. Hooper, of the 24th regiment, is ap. pointed to act as Interpreter and Quarter master to thatcorps, and directed to join.

Head Quarters, Camp, Delhi, December 6th.-The Sir. bind division order of the 99th ultimo, directing Surgeon B. W. Macleod, M. of the 3d regiment of cavalry, to receive medical charge of the 27th regimeut of native infantry from Sur. geon W. S. Charles, M, D. is confirmed.

The Renarés division order of the 27th ultimo, appointing AsBistant Surgeon T. Smith, M. D. of the 8th regiment of light cavairy, to the medical charge of the artillery ass bled for practice at Sultanpore. is confirmed.

Ensign J. W. Carnegie, of the 15th regiment native infantry baving been declared by the examiners of the college of Fort William to be qualified for the office of interpreter to a native corps, is exempted from further examination in the native lau

guages.

Ensign George Gardner Bowring is, at his own request removed from the 47th, and posted to the 9t regiment of native infantry Ensign Thomas Latter is, at his own request, removed from the 48th and posted to the 67th regiment o native infantry.

Jemadar Mob put Sin:, late of the 69th regiment ntive infan. try, and who was transferred to the pension establishment by general orders of the 30th of August 1833, is in consequence of his wounds and length of se vice, allowed the additional invalid pay of his rank, from the 20th ultimo

The undermentioned officers have leave of absence: Infantry-Ensign C Doveton, doing duty with the 40th native infantry, from 25th November to 25th February 1838, to proceed to the preside cy, on medicol certificate, preparatory to applying for leave to sea

Ordnance commissariat department-conductor J. Graves, from 15th December to 15th March, 1838, to visit Allahabad, on private affairs.

Head Quarters, Camp. Delhi, December 10th-Lieutenant Colonel C. A G. Wallington's regimental order of the 17th ultimo, appointing Lieutenant H. Hollings to act as intre preter and quarter master to the 66th native infantry, during the absence on duty, of Lieutenant Nugent is co-firmed.

The presiden y division order of the 12th of August last ap pointing hospital apprentice James Healy to act as apothecary and bospital apprentice J Sheetz as assistant apothecary, under the orders of the surgeon to the right tionorable the Governor General, is confirmed.

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The presidency division order of the 24th ultimo, directing the u derment oned enrig at present attached to the 9th native infantry, to join and do duty with the regiments specified opposite their names, is confirmed:

Ensigns F. H. Thomas, C. MacMillan, E. Cook, H B. Mel vile, JI. Vainwaring A. O. Farquharson, W. R. Cunningham,

N B. Chamber a u, with the 12th native infantry at Barrackpore; W. E. Mulcaster, J Robinson, A Skene, M. B. Whish, W. F. Nuthall, CA, Nicolson, and W. H. Oakes, with the 15th native infantry at Barrackpore

The Benares division order of the 27th ultimo, directing conduc or J Green, of the Chunar magazine, to proceed with the stores for the practice of the artillery division to Suitanore, Benares, and to remain with the division during the practice season, is confirmed.

The undermentioned officer has leave of absence:

37th regt. N. 1.-Lieutenant T. Hutton from 1st March to 51st October 1831 to visit the hills west of the Jumna, on private affairs.

N. B. This cancels the leave granted to Lieut. Hutton, in general orders of the 10th instant.

The Meerut a tinery division order of the 5th instant, directing iente ant and adjutant J. H. Daniell, of the ad brigade, to act as adjuant to the division is confirmed.

The undermentioned officers have lease of bsence.

22d regiment native infantry Major C. Hamilton, from 20th December to 20th June 1838, to visit the presidency, preparatory to applying for furlough.

27th regiment native infantry Lieutenant T. Hutton, from 1st March 13% to 3 st Oct., 1838, in extension, to remain in the hills, on private affairs.

63d regiment native infantry-Captain W. Barnett, from 4th November to 4th November 1838, in extension, to remain in the hills north of Deyrah, on medical certificate.

Head Quarters, Camp, Alleepore, December 11th.-The Agra garrison order of the 29th of October last, directing assistant surg J. S Login, MD, to afford medical aid to the 4th battalion of artillery, is confirmed as a temporaay arrangment.

The Agra garrison order of the 20th ultimo, directing garrison surgeon D. Woodburn to make over the medical charge of the 47th to surgeon R. Brown of the 37th regiment of native infan try is confirmed.

The general order of the 15th ultimo, directing Major PL The Benares artillery division order of the Ist instant, directPew, of the ad battalion of artillery to preceed 10:thwith to Nusing the following arrangements for the annual practice season is seerabad, is to have effect from the 13th instant, that officer hav. confirmed: ing been detained, since the publication of the order, on duty at Delhi

The Sirhind artillery division order of the 1st instant, appointing lieutenant and brevet Captain G. J. Cookson, adjuvant of the leit wing 2d bastalion of artillery, to act as adjuvant to the division, vic- Lieutenant Ried proceeding to join his battalion, is con

firmed.

The Dinapore division order of the 24th ultimo, directing hospi tal apprentice W. J Thompson to do duty with Her Majesty's 49th regiment at Hazarecbaugh, is confirmed.

The presidency division o der of the 10th ultimo, directing Captain W. A Ludlow, of the 12th regiment native infantry, ac ing major of brigade at Barrackpore, to officiate assistant adju tant general of the presidency division, during the absence, on duy of Major Peuny, is confirmed.

His excelency the Commander in Chief is pleased to make the

following removals:

Colonel EH. Simpson, from the 24th to the 19th regiment of native infantry.

Colonel B. Roope, from the 19th to the 24th regiment of native infantry.

Corne Henry Robert Grindlay, who was brought on the effec. tive strength in government general orders No 232, of the 27th ultimo, is posted to the 6th regiment of light cavalry. Hospital apprentice . Oakely is attached to the medical depot at Cawnpore, vice Hornby promoted.

Head Quarters. Camp. Barotah, De ember 12th.-Ensign Nevi'le Bowles hamberlam is, at his own request, removed from the 52d, and posted to the 5th regiment of native infantry under orders for Lucknow.

The undermentioned officers have leave of absence: 34th regt, N. L-Ensign C. F. M. Munay, from 1st Jan. to 1st July 1838, in extension, toisit the presidency, on medical certificate preparatory to a applying for furiough.

3, th regt N. 1.-Lieutenant intr. and Qr. Mr. J. G. W. Curtis, from 16th Dec. to 16th March 1838, to visit the presidency, on private affairs.

The gra artillery division order of the Ist instant, direeting Gunners Otto, of the 3d, and Kehoe, of the 4th company th battalion, to act as laboratory-men during t e practice season, is confi med.

1st Lieutenant F. Gaitskell, of the 4th company 3d battalion of artillery, to act as adjutant to the division

Staff sergeant D. Hass, of the 3d company 3d battalion, to act as serge int major and quarte master sergeant. company 3d battalion, to be laboratory-men. Cunners G. Byrnes, of the th, and F Sullivan, of the 31

Head Quarters, Como, Samaika. December 14th-The Hansi station order of the 4 h instant, directing Lieut naut R. Lawry, of the 2 st regiment of native infantry, to act as station staff, during the absence of Lieutenant Cole rooke, is confirmed. The Mhow station order of the 1st instant, direc ing assistant surgeon George Deogson, f the 6th light cair, to relieve surgeon Baillie from the medical dutics of the 72d regiment of native infantry, is confirmed.

The presidency division order of the 22d ultimo, directing ensigns T. Cole and J. S. Paton to do duty with the 12th regiment of native infantry, is confirmed.

The Cawnpore artillery division order of the 30th ultimo, appointing gunners Puling, of the 3d troop 3d drigade, and green, of the 3d company 5th battalion artillery, to act as laboratorymen, du iag the practice season, is confirmed.

The Rajpootanah artillery division order of the 1st in tant, ap point ng gunners Richard Conn and James Ford, or the 1st comany battation, to act as laboratorymen to the division, during the practice se son, is confirmed.

The following orders, by Captain T Hickman, commanding a detachment of artillery, proceeding to the upper provinces, are

confirmed:

Doted October 31st.-Appointing corporal Davies, of the 1st troop 2d brigade, to act as camp colou-man to his troop, and Thomas Shine of the 2d company of artillery drafts, as camp colour-man to his company.

Dated November 1st.-Appointing corporal Carli-le, of the 1st troop 2d brigade, gunne: Grinths, of the 4th, and gunner Jameson, of the 3d company of artillery drafts, to act as comp colour-men, the former to the 1st company, and the latter to their respective companies.

The leave of absence granted in general orders of the 9th ultimo, to eutenant interpreter and quarter mas er M Hysiop, of the 59th regiment of native infantry, is cancelled at his request.

Head Quarters, Camp, Gurownda, December 16th-The presidency divison order of the 25th ultimo, directing Veterinary Surgeon W. P. Barrett, hate y admitted into the service, to proceed by water to awnpore, and do duty with the 7th regiment light cavalry at that station, is confirmed.

The undermentioned officer has leave of absence;

27th regiment native infantry →Captain L. W. Gibson, from 1th January 1:38 to 24 th November 1838, in extension, to remain at Simla, on medical certifica e.

48th regiment native infautry-lieutenant and brevet captain E. Brace, from 12th December to 31st March 183, to proceed to the presidency, preparatory to submitting an application for furlough.

55th resiment native infantry-Lieut. Col. M C. Webber, from 2d December to -, to remain at Berhampore, and await the arrival of his regiment.

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The Mhow artillery division order of the 1st instant, appointing bombardier Hore, of hest company 31 battalion, and bom bard er J Power, of the 'd troop ist brigade, to act as laboratory. men, during the practice season, is confirmed,

39 h regiment native infantry-Lient-nant J. C Haslock to be ajutaut, vice Peagree tra isferred to the invalid establish.

ment.

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Ensign H. Ramsay, of the 53d regiment of native infantry, is anpointed Aide-de-Camp to Major Gneral the Honorable J.

His excellency the commander-in-chief is pleased to make the Ramsay, commanding the Meerut division, vice Lieutenaut A. following appointments:

Ramsay, who has been removed to civil employment.

This order is to have effect from the 2d instant.

1st Lieutenant Z. M. Mallock, from the 3d company 7th batta lion to the 1st company 4th battalion.

1st Libutenant M Mackenzie (new promotion) to the 4th troop 3d brigade horse artillery.

2d Lieutenant T. J W. Hungerford, (on furlough) from the 1st troop 3d brigade to the 3d company 7th batalion.

2d Lieutenant J. H Smyth, (on staff employ) from the 2d company 7th battalion to the 1st troop 2d brigade.

2d Lieutenant G. H. Clifford (brought on the effective strength, to the 2d company 4th battalion.

interpreter and quarter master,
55th regiment native infantry.-Lieutenant John Butler to he
vice Ewart proceeding ou
fn lough,

His excellency the Commandor in Chief is pleased to make the following appointment :

Assistant Surgeon A Murray, M. D. is removed from the 6th to the 13th regiment of native infantry.

Assistant Surgeon B Wilson is removed from the 41st to the 6th regiment of native infantry.

The undermentioned officers have leave of absence:

53d Regiment native infantry-Captain W. E B. Leadbeater, from 2d Jany, to 15th February 1838, to proceed to Meerut, on private affairs.

71st Regiment native infantry-Lieutenant W. J. Rind, from 1st December to 1st March 1838, in extension, to proceed to the p esidency, on medical certificate, preparatory to applying for furlough.

7d Regiment native infantry.-Captain C. H. Bolsragon, from 34 December to 3d December 1838, to visit Mussoorie, on medical certificate.

Head Quarters, Camp, Burnaul, December 21st-Referring to paragraph 6 of the general order of the 16th of September 1835, it will be observed, that the returns required or to be con. sidered as confidential; His excellency the Commander in Chief therefore desires that they mas, in future, be sent direct from the commanding officer of a regiment to the adjutant general of the army.

Head Quarters, Camp, Leelakhera, December 23d-The Neemuch station order of the 10th instant, directing Assistant Surgeon A. C. Duncan, M. D. medicel store-k-eper at Neemuch, charge of the 71st native infantry and the latter officer to rejoin to relieve Assistant Surgeen A. Colq houn from the medical the 43d regiment at Cawnpore, is confirmed.

Quarter Master Sergeant James Catling, of the 2d regiment of native infantry, having been examined by a special medical committ and declared unfit for further active duty, is transforred to the invailed companies at Chunar, from the 1st proximo.

division order of the ist instant, appointing Assistant Surgeon Head Quarters. Camp, Delhi, December 28th-The Meerut of the 31 troop 1st brigade of horse artillery, under orders of W. L McGregor, M. D., of the 24 brigade, to the medical charge mar h to Muttra, is confirmed.

The Meerut station order of the 28th ultimo, directing acting assistant steward J. Mathews to march with the 3d troop 1st brigade of horse artillery, to Mutra, is confirmed.

Imaum Khan, native doctor. now doing duty with the 48th regimen native infantry, is permanently appointed to the hospital of that corps.

Head Quarters. Camp, Delhi, December 29th. The follow in unposted ensigns are appointed to the regiments specified opposite their respective names, and directed to join :

Ensign John William Henry Pewnall, 52d regiment native infantry at Nusseerabad.

Ensign George Hornes Hobson, (on leave to the Cape of Good Hop) 72d regiment native infantry at Mhow.

Ensign Monsey Staples, 68th regt. N. I. under orders for Allahabad.

Ensign William Henry Jeremie, 38th regt. N. I. at Delhi,
Ensign Francis Tombs, 19th regt N. I. at Cuttack.

Ensign Francis Peter Rivers, 67th regt N. I. at Khyouk Phyoo.
Ensign John Gordon, 6th regt. N. I. at Cuttack.

Ensign William Frost Nuthall, 18th regt. N. I. at Secrole,
Benares.

Ensign Francis Moria Hastings Burlton, 52d regt. N. I at Nusseerabad.

2d Lieutenant J. W. Kaye, from the 7th company 7th battalion for Saugor. to the 3d company 1st battalion.

Eusign Henry Ware, 33d regt N. I. at Jubbulpore.
Ensign Charles Authur Nicolson, 25th regt. N. 1. under orders

Ensign John Francis Garstin, 66th regt. N. I. at Hussingabad.
Ensigu Thomas Francis Hobday, 72d regt N. I. at Mhow.
Ensign Charles Doveton, 14 h regiment native infantry at Agra.
Ensign Francis Heary Thomas, 48th regt. N. I at Delhi.

Ensign Robert Anderson Ramsay, 49th regt. N. I. at Neemuch

Ensign John Douglas William, 68th regt. N. I. under orders for Allahabad.

Ensig Campbell MacMillam, 22d regt. N. I. at Nusse-rabad Ensign Alexander Brathwaite Fenwick, 60 h regt. N I at Mbow Ensign Edward Cook, 16th regiment native infantry at Meerut Ensign Henry Beresford Melvile, 54th regt. N I at Mee: ut Ensign Charles Edmund Hickey, 1st regt. N. I. at Saug r Ensign James Irwin Mainwaring, right wing of the European regimant at Agra.

Ensign Andrew Ogilvie Farquharson, 38th regt. N. I at Delhi
Ensign James Hutton, (not arrived) 19th regt N I at Cuttack
Ensign William Chester, 67th regt. N, I. at Khyouk Phyoo.
Ensign William Robert Cunningham, 6th regt. N. 1. at Cuttack
Ensign Walter Birch, 7th regt. N. I under orders for Cawnpore
Ensign James Garner Holmes, 59th regt N. I at Moradabad.
Ensign John Colpoys Haughton, 32st regt N. I at Allahabad.
Ensign William Henry Oakes, 45th regt. N. I. at shahjeban

pole

Ensign Lauchlean Alexander McLean, 3d regt. N 1, ande:

orders for Barrack pore.

Ensign Thomas Elliot Ogilvie, 39th regiment N. I. at Neemuch Ensign Colin Charles Robertson, 11th regt. N I under orders for Saugor.

Ensign Neville Bowles Camberlain, 52d regiment N. I. at Nusseerabad

Ensign Wi'liam Tierney Fergusson, 27th regt. N I. at Kurnaul

Ensign Edward Dayot Watson, 44th regiment N. 1. under orders for Etawah and Bandah.

Ensign Arthur Henry Cole Sewell, 47th regt. N I at Agra. Ensign Thomas Tullob, 33d regimeut N. I. at Jubbulpore. Ensign William Fdward Mulcaster, 2:th regiment N. I. under orders for Mynpoorie.

Ensign James Wardlaw, 24th regiment N 1. at Midnapore.
Ensign John Monckton Swinton, 61st regt. N. I. at Aimorab.
Ensign Trever Henry Shum, 25th regiment N. I. under order
for Saugor.
J.R LUMLEY, Major General,
Adjutant General of the Army.

GENERAL

The division orders by major general Sir R Stevenson, dated the 29th ultimo, directing the officers named in the margin, (removed from the 11th to the 3d light dragoons) to do duty with the detachment of volunteers for the latter corps, at Cawnpore, under the command of captain Bond: and that, dated 1st instant, appointing assistant surgeon Menzies, 16th foot, to the medical charge of this detachment until the arrival of the beadquarters of the corps, are confirmed.

Ensign Frederick Cooper Tombs, 18th regiment N 1 at Secrole, has been authorized. Benares.

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Ditto-aptain T Atkinson, in extension from the 1st November 1836 to the date of joining the regiment from England.

Head Quarters, Camp, Samalka 14th December 1937.-No. 85.— Her Majesty has been pleased to make the following appointments in the regimen s serving in India:

16th eight d agoons -Captain Lawrence Fyler. from the 77th regiment of foot, to be captain, vice Deverill, who exchanges, 5th u y 1837.

13th foot-Gentleman cadet F ancis Levett Bennett, from the royal iniitary c lege, to be ensign. by purchase, vice Tidy ap poned to the 1th regiment of foot, 25th July 1837

40th foot.-Ensign Charles Philips, from the 1st West In a regiment to be quarter master, vice Walsh deceased, 5th July 1837.

The commander-in-chief h s been pleased to make the following promotion un il Her Majesty's plea-ure shal: be known:

2d foot.-Ensign T WE Holdsworth to be lieutena t by purchase, vice Moodie, who retires, 7th December 1837.

Several applications having been made to the commander-inchief by officers commanding corps, for the unconditional d scharge of oldiers of bad character. without pe sion, but who, from length of service were entitled thereto; his excelle: cy makes known, that by intructions from the general comanding in ch ef. such recommendations for discharges. cannot be enter tained, it not being within his lordship's power to recommend to the commissioners of Chelsea to withhold from a soldier the rate of pension to whi h he may be entitled the forfeiture of pension being a point which should be decided by the court martial, before which a culprit may have been arraigned.

His excellency also desires, under instructions from the general cominandini chief that no money may hereafter be received for the discharge of a soldier, by purchase, before such aischarge

ORDERS ΤΟ THE QUEEN'S Hale, 10th July 1837.
TROOPS.

Head Quarters, Camp, Dehli, 7th December, 1837.

To be Cornets, by p rchase -Henry Wood, gent 10th July 1837. Edmund Roche, gent vice Ralston who retires, 11th July 1837 Horatio Hol inga orth, gent vice Moore, 12th July 1837. No 84.-The presidency division order dated the 12th ultimo, Quarter Master Thon.as Adams, from the 7th Dragoon Guards, granting leave of absence to lieutenant J Lumax 16th foot, to pro. ceed to England, for 2 years from date of embarkation, on medit al to be Quarter Master, vice Higgins, who exchanges, Luth July 1837,

certificate is confirmed.

Capt J Tritton

-White Lieut J Martin EG Swinton Cornet J. White

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To be Lieutenants.-Lieutenant Dennis A Courtayne, from the 45th Foot, 7th July 1837.

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16th foot-Lientenant J. Lomax, from 1st October to 1st Decem ber 1837 in extension, on medical certificate.

31st ditto-Ensign TJ Bourke, from 10th December to 9th Feb ruary 1838, to Calcutta, for the purpose of appearing before a medical board.

49th ditto.-Lieutenant J. L, Bennis, from 15th December to 4th June 1838, to visit Meerut, on urgent private affairs,

Lieut. Charles Shipley Teale, from the 26th Foot, 7th July 1837. Lieutenant Abraham Collis Anderson, from the 54th Foot, 7th July 1837.

Lieutenant William Charles Sheppard, from the 57th Foot, 7th July 1837.

Lieutenant W. H. Middleton Ogilvie, from the 6th Foot, 7th July 1837.

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