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Fnsien John Cameron, from the 54th Foot, 7th July 1837.
Ensign James Symington Shortt, 10th July 1837.
To be Ensigns-Ensign Wadham Wyndham Bond, from the 24 West India Regiment, vice O'Neill 9th July 1837
Sergeant major Samuel Sexton to be Quarter master, vice Po ter appoint d Adjutant, 11th July 1837.
Ensigu James Alexander Madigan, from the 7.st Regiment of July 1837. Foo, vice Shortt, 10th Ju y 1837.
6th Foot --Lieutenant John Duntze Macdonald, from the 24 West India Regiment, to be Lienfenant, vice Ogilvie appointed to the 4th Regiment of Foot, 7th July 1837.
57th Foot-Lieutenant William Jones, from the Ceylon regiQuarter Master John Potter to be Adjutant and Ensign, vice ment, to be Lieutenant, vice Sheppard appointed to the 4th RegiEspinasse, 11th July 1837. ment of Foot, 7th fuly 1837.
54th Foot.-Ensign Charles Fade Heatley to be Lieutenant, without purchase, vice Anderson appointed to the 4th Regiment of Foot, 7th July 1837.
15 English Schooner Margaret, W. C. Spain, from Ran. goon 17th December,
Ensign William Macpherson, from the half pay of the 44th Re. giment of Foo, to be Ensign, without purchase, vice Heatly, 7th July 1837.
17 English Barque Sir Edward Ryan, J. M. McGowan, from Moulmein 31st December.
Henry Andrew Hinsworth, gent. to be Ensign, without pur. chase, vice Cameron promoted in the 4th Regiment of Foot, i 8th
18 English Ship, Paragon, J. Coleman, from Liverpool 24th August; English Bark Tinamara, G. Wilson. from Liverpool 27th August; French Bark Robert Le Diable, M. De Laporte, from Bourbon 28th Novmber,
19 English Bark Sesostris, A. Yates, from Portsmouth 8th August, Cape of Good Hope 30th October, and Madras 23d December.
20 French Brig Alceide, J. P. Querouare, from Bourbon 10th December.
22 H. M. Ship Larne, Cant. P. J. Blake, from Moulmein 8th January; English Barque Sylph, Tho.. Viall, from China 18th, and Singapore 27th December.
23 American Ship Dover, J. Austen, from Boston 29th August, and the Cape of Good Hope 23d November; English Brig Soundraponey, Nacoda, from Penang 13th November, and Arracan 12th January,
24 English Big London, M. King, from Liverpool 12th Sept.
25 English Ship Futty Salam, J. L. Gillett, from China 6th and Singapore 23d December, and Penang 6th January ; English Brig Arethusa, A Piko, from Moulmein 4th January.
26 English Ship Zenobia, JF Owen, from London 12th and Portsmouth 21st September, Madeira 9th October and the Cape of Good Hope 5th December; American Barque Norfolk, JS Ballard, from Boston 20th Sep. tember; English Barque Baboo, G B Brock, from the Mauritius 5th December.
27 English Ship Royal Saxon, R Renner, from London 5th and Portsmouth 20th September.
28 English Barque Bahamian, M Tizard, from Liverpool 12th October,
DEPARTURES FROM CALCUTTA.
Jan. 1 British Monarch, W Purvis, and Calcutta, JA Bentley, for Moulmein; Ruby, J Randell, for Sin gapore and China; Fattle Barry, Nacoda for
8 John Hepburne, B Robertson, for Rangoon.
12 Christopher Rawson, C Edwards, for Mauritius; Lord Hungerford, Farquharson, for London; Windsor, Henning, for London; Hoogly, Jeanso lin, for Bourbon.
25 Indiana, A Massin, for Bourbon; Virginia, C. Whiffen for Madras.
28 Exmouth, D. Warren, for London; Burrong, Gor don, for Bombay.
DEPARTURE OF PASSENGERS.
Swiney; Mr and Mrs Robertson; Brigadier Penny; Mig
Per Samuel Hurrocks, jor Singapore.-J H Whitehead and J S Clarke, Esqrs.
Per London-Mr and Mrs. Valpy and family; Dr Innes and family; Capt and rs Evans and family; Mrs Vrignon Mrs Major Ramsay and chil; Mrs Capt Liptrap; two lisses and Son; Mrs Page and family; Mr and Miss Cunningham; Watson; Miss Low; Masters Wilkinson, Thompson, Hudson, and Parker.
family; Lieut Inglis; Mrs Major Lister; Mrs Bedell; his Per Duke of Bedford.-J Maclean, Esq; Lieut Boileau and Highness Nawab Ikbal ood Dowlah, and Captain Goventry.
Per Repulse-Colonel Andree; Colonel Morrison; Mrs Armstrong, and Mrs Shuttleworth.
Per Jeillinghee-Mrs. Mathews. Mrs. Clarke, Mrs. Camp-
Mrs Higginson: Mr and Mrs W Dick.
Per Scotia.-Mrs. Brutton and Mrs Stonehouse; Misses Brutton, Lemarchand, Taylor and M Taylor; Col. Shubrick, 7th light cavalry; Col. Brutton, late 11th light dragoons: Col Cock, 231 NI; Col Taylor, 29th N 1; Col Watkins, 6 dNI; Jas Gordon and G R Budd, Esqrs, 3d light cavalry: T L Harrington, Esq., 5th ditto; G. stonehouse, A. Guthrie, Purvis and J Garrett, Esqrs.; Master Brutton.
Per Windsor.-Lady Ryan and 2 children; Miss Ryan: Mrs Franks and 2 children; Mrs F. D Smith and child; Mrs Boswell and child; Capt. Chadwick and 3 children; RBW Ramsay, Esq., C. S.; and Master shaw; Colonel ard Mrs Boileau and 2 children for the Cape; sir John and Lady Herschel and family will embark on board the Windsor at the Cape for London.
Per Lord Hungerford for London-Mrs. Jennings and 3 children; Mrs. G P. Thompson and 4 children; Mrs TreveIvan and child; Mrs Newmarch and 3 children; Mrs. Mansell; Misses Jeremy and White; Hon'ble TB Macaulay; Mr. Trevelyan; Capt. Mansell, Commanding HM Troops; Capt Farquharson; Lieuts Shortread and Farquharson; 2 Masters Caulfield; Master Grote; Sergeant Hogan, and 52 of Her Majesty's troops.
and Mrs. Montgomery; Capt and Mrs. Gordon; Mr. Elliott, Per Thames, for Madras-Mr. and Mrs. Babington ; Capt. C. S. For London-apt. and Mrs. Poynton; Mrs. Tomlin ; Mrs. Blenkinsop and 2 children; Lt. Clarke; Mr. Robertson; Major J Jenkins; apts Wm Roebuck, R A. Reynolds, and HGP Tuckett; Lieut. JH Forrest; Cornet W. C. Forrest; Assist. Surg. J Hutchinson, Brigadier Penny; and the troops of H M 11th dragoons.
Per Carnatic, for the Mauritius.-Mrs. Spencer and Mrs. Richard.
Per Mountstuart Elphinstone. - Mrs. Bolton_and child Mrs. Smithson: Mrs. Vos and family; Mrs. Twentyman and child; Mrs Hobson and two children; Capts. Hickman Master Luke. and Bolton; Lieut. Cautley; W H Twenty man, Esq. and
Per Ermouth, for London. Mr and Mrs J. Dunbar; Mr
Jan. 1 At Calcutta, Mrs Chas Gardener, of a son.
At Calcutta, the wife of Mr A Dozey, Junior, of a
27 At Hoshungabad, the lady of M C Ommanney, Esq, CS of a daughter.
29 At Sumbulpore, the lady of C L Babington, Esq, of a son.
31 At Calcutta, Mrs R J Cardozo, of a son.
At Sultanpore, Benares, the lady of Captain G R
Jan. 5 At Allipore, Mrs M Jones, of a daughter.
6 At Calcutta, on board the Duke of Bedford, the lady of Lieutenant Boileau, horse artillery, of daughter.
At Intally, Mrs T S Sheppard, of a son.
At Calcutta, Mrs D Oman, of a daughter.
At Entally, Mrs J Rue, of a son.
At Calcutta, Mrs Wm Ryland, of a daughter.
At Calcutta, the lady of John D Loch, Esq, of a son.
The wife of Mr Lawrence D'Silva, of Seebpoor, of a Dec. 26
10 At Simla, Mrs W Philipe, of a son.
At Chinsurah, Mrs T B Barber, of a son.
At Calcutta, the lady of Markham Kittoe, Esq, of a
12 At Kishnaghur, the lady of C Steer, Esq, of a son.
13 At Calcutta, the lady of D. Pringle, Fsq, of a still born child.
4 Mrs Amelia P Auslin, wife of Mr A P Auslin, of a son Jan. 1 At Delhi, at St James's Church, by the Reverend R
Everest, A M, Captain William Ramsay, Major of
14 At Dum-Dum, the lady of Lieutenant Burnett, artillery, of a son.
and Cornet Reynolds, H M's 11th dragons; Lieut Norman, 31st dragoons; Mr Tiel; Monsieur Gilliard, Advocate General at Chandernagore. Steerage Passengers. Mr Jordan, 7th cavalry; Mrs. Jordan and two children; Mr Townsend, and three children.
Per Victoria, for Bristol.-Mr John Biddle.
At Goruckpore, the lady of R J Taylor, Esq, civil service, of a son and heir.
16 At Calcutta, the lady of Joseph Agabeg, Esq of a daughter.
Ir At Chowringhee, the lady of T Savi, Esq, of a son.
At Ghazee pore, the lady of Lieut J D Young, Her
At Agra, Mr J O Jore, to Miss A Rees.
18 At Allahabad, by the Revd H Pratt, A M Alexander Beattie, Esq., to Jane, daughter of William Watson, Eaq.
-At Calcutta, at the Principal Roman
church, by the Reverend F Sumners, R Cruise,
At Kurnal, by the Revd. Mr Parish, Mr C Bowline writer to the political agent of Ambala, to Sophia second daughter of Mr James Winn, Apothecary
4 At Calcutta, Sarkies Owen, Esq. aged 72 years
At Mhow, Conductor Charles, Gale, in charge of the
5 At Calcutta, mr. Charles James Daniel Murray,
At Howrah, Miss Sophia Smith Read, of cholera, aged 30 years and 6 months.
At Calcutta, Mr E. C. M Minx, aged 28 years.
At the Howrah Hospital, Mr. John May, Boatswaia of the Windsor, aged 36 years
At the Howrah Hospital, mr. John May, Boatswain
At Calcutta, at the residence of C. M. Latour, Esq.,
At Calcutta, Mr.harles Smith, an assistant in the
At Calcutta, Master William Halhed Terraneau, Esq.,
At Calcutta Miss Louisa Sarah Nisbett, daughter of
At Kidderpore, the infant child of Mr. William
A Calcutta, George Thomas, fourth son of Mr. and Ms Samuel Smith, aged 4 years, 6 months and 26 days.
Anbury, Sir James, Lieutenant Mount Baronet,.
Bremer, Thomes Mounsteven, Lieutenant,.............................................
Blenkinsop, Edward. Ensign 34th N. I............................ .............
Radha Bibee Woman,...................... ..........................................
Bazire, Mathiew, Merchant and Trader,
Registrar Supreme Court.
Registrar Supreme Court
Robert John Bagshaw and Robert Cunningham Paton.
Sir George Mount, Bart
At Calcutta, Master Terraneau Fisher, aged 8 months and I days.
At Entally, Mr A Hughes, aged 25 years and 3 months.
13 At Howrah, Mrs. Margaret Le Fevre, aged 64 years
At Burdwan, James Dumoulin, Esq., Principal Sud
At Cawnpore, Frances Oclanis, the infant daughter of Captain and Mrs. Lennox, aged 7 months and 7 days
At Seharunpore, Cecelia Evelina, the infant daugh ter of John and Caroline Powell.
At Meerut, Mary, daugher of Lieut. Col. Wallace, 53d Regt., aged 3 years.
At Calcutta, mr John Richael Martin, aged 17 years and 10 days.
14 At Intally, the infant son of Mr. T. 8. Sheppard, aged 7 days.
16 At Calcutta, Mr. Vincent Castello, aged 35 years, 4 months and 24 days.
At Calcutta, FitzGerald Charles Wintour, aged 3 years and month.
18 At Calcutta, Miss Jane Andrew, aged 42 years
At Kishna hur, Georgeana, the beloved wife of Ed ward William Ravenscroft, Esq. of the 72d N. 1. 23 At Calcutta, Ensign W. H. James, H. M. 26th Regt aged 20 years.
EXECUTORS, ADMINISTRATORS, &c.
Registrar Supreme Court.
Muckerteach Sarkies Owen and Martyrose Sarkies Owen.
Registrar Su reme Court.
Mr William Richard Lackersten.
LEGISLATIVE Department, 29TH JANUARY, 1838.-The following Act is passed by the Hon'ble the President of the Council of India in Council, on the 28th January 1838, with the assent of the Right Hon'ble the Governor General of India, which has been read and recorded. Ordered, that the Act be promulgated for general information:
ACT NO. IV. OF 1888.
It is hereby enacted. that it shall appear to the Court of Sudder Adawlut of Bombay, that any person has been guilty of perjury, in any matter depending in that Court, that Court may imme. diately commit the offender to custody, and transmit him to the zillah Court nearest to the presidency, in order to his being brought to trial before the S ssion Court of the zillah in which such Court is situated; and such person shall be dealt with in the same manner, as if the nerjury had been committed within the Jimits of the local jurisdiction of such Court of Session
29TH JANUARY, 1938 -The following Act is passed by the Hon. the President of the Council of India in Council on the 29th January 18, with the assent of the Right Hon'ble the Governer General of India, which has been read and recorded. Ordered, that the Act be promulgated for general information:
ACT NO. IV. OF 1838.
It is hereby enacted, that if it shall appear to the Court of Sudder Adawlut of Bombay, that any person has been guilty of per jury, in any matter depending in that Court, that Court may im. mediately commit the offender to custody, and transmit him to the zil'ah Court nearest to the presidency, in o der to his being brought to trial before the session Court of the zillah in which such zillah Court is situated; and such person shall be dealt with in the same manner as if the perjury had been committed within the limits of the local jurisdiction of such Court of Session.
5TH FEBRUARY, 1839.-The Calcutta Gazettes, published on Wednesday the 31st January last, and Saturday the 3rd Instant. are hereby cancelled, as far as Act No. IV. of 1838, is concerned, in consequence of some errata.
PILOTS, ADDITIONAL RULE.
GENERAL DEPARTMENT. 24TH JANUARY, 1834.-The Allowances stated in the 14th and 15th paragraphs of the Rules published in this department under date the 3d instant, as to be drawn by members of the pilot service will be paid in sicca rupees to those Members only who were in the service before the 17th June 1835, and to those who entered the service after that date, they will be passed for the same amount in Company's rupees. The passage money to members of the pilot service of both the above classes will be passed in Company's rupees The entry of sicca rupees before these allowances being an erratum.
sident of the Council of India and Deputy Governor of Bengal GENERAL DEPARTMENT, IST FEB. 1838-The Hon'ble the Prehas this day appointed Surgeon James Hutchinson to act as his private secretary, until further Orders.
5th FEBRUARY, 1838-The Hon'ble the President of the Council of India in council directs, that the following letter No. 52 of 1837, from the Hon'ble the Court of Directors in the public department, dated the 8th November, be published for general information Para. 1. "Instances having occurred of letters addressed by transmitted to this country by the Mediterranean mails, under the parties in india, to the individual members of our court, being impression that such letters are exempt fromthe duty of Postage, it is necessary that we should apprize you that the privilege of receiving letters so addressed fee of postage does not attach to letters sent from the East ind es by packet via the Mediterranean, giving public notice thereof throughout your presidency » and we direct that you forthwith take the necessary measures for
of franking enjoyed by indidual Directors and other public func. 2 You will however clearly understand that the privilege tionaries, so far as respects the ludian duties of Postage, conti nues in full force.
2D FEBRUARY, 1838.-Mr. Charles Harding has been permitted to resign the East Judia Company's civil service, from the 2d proximo
Orders of Government, dated the loth ultimo to Mr George Alex5TH FEBRUARY, 1838,-The leave of absence granted under ander, for two months, is cancelled at his request from this date. Mr. Alexander has returned from Saugor, and resumed charge of Mr. Alexander has returned from Saugor, and resumed charge of his duties as Deputy Secretary to Goverument in the General Department.
SEPARATE DEPARTMENT, 24TH JANUARY, 1838.-For the infor mation of parties engaged in the trade in sal', it is hereby declar. ed that exporters of this article from any port or place of manufacture in the Bombay Presidency for import at Calcutta wil be allowed credit inse ttling for the import dty at Calcutta, for any amount of duty duly certified to have been paid on such salt t the Government officers of the Bombay presidency. It will be necessary, therefore, that shippers of this salt should obtain and send with each cargo of salt a certificate of the specific sums of duty paid thereupon. Credit in Calufta will be given for the precise amount of the certificate, subject to the condition tha the out-turn in Calcutta does not fall short of the quantity shipped. after making the usual allowances for wastage, &c If the deficit exceed 5 per cent. credit will only be allowed on the net out turn on weighment at Calcutta. If a surplus he found, credit will only in like manner be allowed upon the actual quantity speciof fled in the certificate, viz. The Calcutta duty being ass ssed on provinces, dated the 2d November last, till the date of the departhe whole quantity, the amount duty certified to have been paid at Bombay will be allowed in deduction without reference to the quantity delivered. The above allowance will only be granted when the certificate is produced at the time of entry of the ship for passing the cargo through the custom house inwards.
7TH FEBRUARY, 1838.-The Honorable the Deputy Governor of engal was pleased on the 3d ultimo, to grant to Mr. W. R. Kennaway, of the civil service, proceeding on furlough, an exthe Honorable the Lieutenant Governor of the north western tension of the leave of absence granted to him under the orders
ture of the ship Orient, which vessel was left by the pilot at sea on the 29th ultimo.
following letter, No 55 of 1937, from the Honourable the Court The Hon'ble the Deputy Governor of Bengal directs that the of Directors in the Public Department, dated the 15th November, be published for general information.
From a desire to promote to the utmost of our power, the conMarine Services when resident in this country, we have been invenience and advantage of the Members of our Civil, Military and duced to make a change which we have reason to believe will be highly beneficial to those interested, by determining that their Pay be in future issued quarterly instead of half yearly as heretofore.
The Honorable the Deputy Governor of Bengal is pleased to permit Mr. S. G. Smith, of the civil service, proceeding on fur. lough, to remain at the presidency, in extension of the leave of Lieutenant Governor of the north western provinces, dated 28th absence granted to him under the orders of the Honorable the October and 7th December last, till the date of the departure of the ship Robert Small.
DEPARTMENT, 31ST JANUARY. 1838-The Hon'ble W. H. L. Melville, of the Civil Service, embarked for England board the ship Charles Grant, which ship was left by the pilot on at sea on the 28th instant, from which date his resignation will take effect. Sir Charles D'Oyly, Bart, has been permitted to resign the East India Company's Civil Service from the date on which the pilot may quit the Ship Thomas Grenville at sea.
Mr. C. F. Trevelyan, of the Civil Service, embarked for England on board the Ship Lord Hunger ford, which vessel was left by the pilot at sea on the 7th instant.
Mr. G. D. Raikes. Writer. attached to the north western provinces, is permitted to remain at the presidency for one month Mr. Assistant Surgeon Henry John l'hornton is appointed to FORT WILLIAM, FINANCIAL DEPARTMENT, 5TH FEBRUARY, 1838.rom this date. collect the balancea at the Comme colly factory.
permitted to resign the East India Company's civil service from the 9TH FEBRUARY, 1838.-The following gentlemen have been date in which the Pilot may quit the ship St. George at sea, viz. The Hon'ble Sir Charles Theophilus Metcalfe, Bart., G. C. B. Mr. William Fleming Dick.