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Ensign Henry Colvin Jackson to be Lieutenant, from the 12th | Port William, Jirnuary 15th. No. 8 of 1838. The following
dency, is published for general information : Stuart to be Surgen, vice Surgeon William Thomas retired,
No. 4 of 1837. with rank from the 31st December 1837, vice Surgeon John Swi
List of rant of a cadet for the Bengal cavalry ney, M. D., retired
To rank from the sailing from Gravese nd of the ship by wbich Surgeon Richard Shaw to rank from the 1st August 1937, vice he proceeded : Sorgeon Willia - Thomas retired.
William Fisher, Roxbourgh Custle, sai led 5th October 1837. The unterinentioned Offi er of the Infantry is promoted to the
(su) PHILIP MELVILL rank of Captain by Brevet, from the date expressed opposite to
Secy Mily. Dept., his name :
East India House, 18th October 1837. 7th Regiment N. I.-Lieutenant Samuel Robinson Bagshawe,
(A trije Copy) Inth January, 1833.
(SI) JAMES C MELVILL, Secretary. The undermentioned Officers are permitted to proceed to Eu. rope on Furlough:
East India House, London, the 29th October 1837. Lieutenant and Brevet Captain Francis Thomas, of the 73d Regiment N. 1., aud Lieutenant Richard George Grauge, of the No. 9 of 1338 – The following paragrarhs of military letter of 10th Regiment N. 1, on medical certificate
No. 76, dated the 18th October in 37, from the Honorable tho The permission granted by the Bombay Government to Captain Court of Directors are published for general informa ion : Henry Patch, of the 734 egt. Bengal N. I, to procret from that “ Para. 2. Major Benson, Lieutenant Ma tin. and Ensiga Presidency to Europe on Furlough, on medical certificate, as well andon (permitted to re urn overland to thrir duty) have been as th- previous leave to remain at Boruhay till the 31st December informed that their Iniian allowances will not commence until last, granted to that tficer in extension of the leave obtained by they shall have reached the presidency or joined the corps, 10 bim in Bengal, are confirmed by the Supreme Government. which they belong.
No. 14 of 1:38. The Forms A. and B. of reports on the claims 3. We have granted additional leave to the following officers, of discharred and deceased men claimin! Ava Prize Money, at viz. tached to General Orders No. 245, of the 19th December 1836, Lieutenant Colonel S. Hawihorn ; Lientenant Colonel H. L. not being suited to the case of individuals who belonged to the White, and Captain Sir RD Colquhoun, Bart, for six months. Marine force from Bengal, employed on the la'e expedition to Captain W A Smith, till November next. Rangoon, the Hon'ble the President in Council is pleased to direct Lieuteunnt Edward Meale, for nine months. the publication of two other Forms c. and D in substitution, as Lieutenants FW. Cornish ; W s. Pil ans; Henry Barry : follows, and to authorize the signature thereto of the Secretary to ensiyn Robert Hay ; Surgeon Andrew Murray, MD, and As the Marine Boarul to be considered sufficient to enable the Gene sistant Surgeon E Mitchell, for six months. . ral Prize Committee to act upon the Reports in orders :
Assistant Surgeon J. J. Boswell, for iwelve months.
We have promitted superiutending Surgeon William Tho.
mas t, retire from the service. This vacancy has effect from ibe Reports on the Claims of removed or discharged Men belong 1st August 1837." ing io the Marine Depariment for Ava Prize Money.
No. 10 of 1838. The Hon'ble the President in council is please
ed to make the following proinotions : Name of Vessel
Salary Remarks capacity.
15th regiment nalive infantry.-Li-utenant George Abbott to Clainant employed
be captain of a company, and ensign Georse hair to be liedre.
nant, from the 10th of January 113s in succession to Capt. Evaus I hereby Certify that retired on the hall.piy of his rank. from the documents pro The undrrinentioned officers are permitted to proceed to Eudured and liis reply to our rope on furlough ; questions. I have reason Major General William Hopper, of the regiment of artillery, to believe, that he said on account of private affairs.
-is entitled to Lientenant Williain Smith, of the 19th regimeni N. I., on me A share of Ava Prize Monical certificate. ney having served as-in the Ship
No. 11 of 1838 — The pay, batta, and other allowances for that he is now reading or January 1838 of the tronpe of the presidency, and at the other serving (as the case may stations of the army, will be issued on or after Saturday the loth
J STUART, Lt. Col.
ofg Segy, to the Covt. of India, Mily. Dept.
BY THE COMMANDER IN CHIEF.
Head Quarters. Camp, Delhi, Decrmber 5th.-That part Report on the claims of the Representatives of deceased Ver of the General Orders of the 2016 October last, wbich directs tho belonging to the Marine Department for Ava Prize Monry.
2d company 6th battalion of artillery to proceed to Meerut for
practice. is countermandled, and the company, with its field batOn whose On what in what salary
iery, will continue a ta hed to the Delbi brigade.
The following Presidency division orders are confirmed; claimed. served.
12th November 1937 - Assistant A poi hecari J. Dempsey, do.
ing duty at the general hospital, to act as Assistant Apothecary I hereby Cer- and Assistant Steward to the detachment of recruits for this tify that
European regiment, proceeding to Agra by water, uuder the
command of Captain F Beaty.
17th N. vembis 18:37 — Assistant Surgeon A. Donaldson, M. D. to the Share of
drin duty at the general hospital, to take medical charge of Cap. Prize Money to
tain Beaty's detachment of recruits, proceeding to Agra by which is
en titled as haria,
The following appointments, made in the Presidency division been
order of the 19 h ultimo, for the duties of tbe hospital of Hrma. emproved during hostilijes jesty's 3d regiment of light drag. ons, are confirmed as a tempora . against the Bur.
ry arrangement :
Assistant Ar othecary T. Nulty, on leave at the Presidency, to inese States be ing the or
act as Apothecary
A pprentice W. Mc Keon 10 act as Hospital Steward.
Apprentice T. Morihy 10 act as Assistant A pothecary.
Apprentices J. B. Hanly and T. Coleman to do duty in tho
There being no qualified officer present with the 9th native in. said is
fantry, Lieutenant A Q. Hooper, of the 21th regiment, is ap. Idead.
pointed to act as Interpreter and Quarter master to thatcorps, (Signed)
and directed to join. Secy. Murine
Board, Head Quarters, Camp, Delhi, December 6th. - The Sir. (Date)
lind division order of the 9th ultimo, directing Surgeon B. J. STUART, Lieut--Col.
W. Macleod, M) of the 3d regiment of cavalry, to receivo
medical charge of the 27th regimeut of native infantry from Sur. ong. Secy, to the Govt. of India, Nily. Depe.geon W. S. Charles, M. D. is confirmed,
In Hindoostanre to be able to read and translate at the public Ist Lieutenant Francis Claude Burnett, of the regiment of arti examination
lery, has returned to his duty on this establishment, withoat pre French -to have observed every diligence and industry in judice to his rank, by permission of the Hon'ble the Court of Latin
these branches. Character--to have borile in the reports generally a character
Directors, date of arrival at Fort William, 17th December 1832..
The undermentioned officers are permitted to proceed to Ea of diligence and good conduct.
rope on furlough : That the gentlemen cadets obtaining these certificates (which Colonel Richard Collyer Andree, of the 7th regiment NI; are to be engraved in a suitable manner) be allowed the privilege Captain William Gesides, ofthe regiment of artillery ; Lieuteaust of selecting the presidency to which they shall be posted, and George Hutchin:s of the 69ih regiment N I. an Assistant that their names with a suitable statement of their inerits he Sor con Adam vurray, M. D., of the medical department, en accoinmunicated by the court for the observation of the local Govern count of private affairs. ments, and also for publication in general orders to the ai my. Lieutenant Colo:ei Hugb Morrieson, of the 571h regiment
N. I ; ensign Charles Dos ton, of the 14tb reeitnent N. 1., a Report of Major General Sir Alexander Dickson, K. C. B.,
ensign George Jenkins, of tbe 21st regiment N. L., on aedical 15th
certificate. June, 1837.
Lieutenant Colonel James Tennant, the regiment of artillery. It has affyrded me in ich pleasure on this occasion to witness is permitted to proceed to the Cape of Good Hope, on medical the presentation of honorary Certificates in the following gentle certificate, iud to be abseul from Bengal ou that account for its meli cadeis, which from their diligence ani good conduct try years fully merited ; and I trut that the cistinction thus conferred will Lieutenant Richard Samuel Tickell, of the 72d regiment patire have the best effect by exciting encreased emulatiou in study ; infantry, sub assistant cominissary general, hus leave of absen vizi
from the 25th January 1938 to ibe 25th January 1939, to visit Names of cadels who received honorary certificates.
Sinin, on medical certificate. 1. Mr Henry Lewis.
The leave of abs-nce obtained by Captain William Freeth, of 2. dir. Robert Christie.
the 13th regiment native infantry, in general orde « No. 243, No. 260 of 1837 – The Honorahie the President in Council is the 18th ultimo is cancelled at the request of that officer. pleased to direct, that the following extract (para -. 2 to 6) of a
Conductor Erlwald Townsend, of the department of public mili ary letter from tho Hon'ble the court of Directors, No. 59, works, is permitted to proceed to Europe on furlougo, ou sedi. dated Sih August 1937, be published in general orde's :
cal ceriificat. Para. 2. It is our wish and desire that regimental rise should
Serjeant Major Frederick Whitehead, on the 26th reziment sain every case be brught into full operation at the earliest practi
tire infantry, is admitted in the benefits of the pension sanci cable perioil afier be arrival of the cadet at the presidenty for by minutes I council of the lith of Jaanary 1797 ani general which he is appointed.
orders dated the 5th February 1820, subject to the confirmation of 3. With this view the lists of rank of cadets are forwarder by the Hon'ble the Court of Directors, with permission to receive the first opportanity after the. can be finally arrangeil, and upon
his pension a Dey ah.
No. 4 of 1838 The President in council is pleased to make the on average 110 cadet has been inore than two or three months in India before you are apprized of the order in which he stands for
following appointments : succession to a regimen al vacancy If there be then a vacancy
Surgeon Juhu Sawers, 3i1 and officiating as 24 member of the and he s an 1 first of the unposted cadets he should be immediate me tical board, to be ad member, vice swiney retired. And to. ly appointed to fill it, so that his pa ticipation in the chances officiate as ist meinber, during the absence or su geon Lasestad regimental rise may a once commerce.
Supprinien tin: Surgeon Thomas Smith, officiating 3d Member, The supply of cadets being duly apportionel to the wants
to be 3it meinber of the Medical Board, vice sawers, and s. of the se, vice it wili seldorn happen ii the above rule be carefully ciate as 2il member, during the absence of Surgeon Lanestati. acted up in, that any one regiinent has more thaa one vacancy Superintending Surgeon Colin Campbell to officiate as 34 At a time and consequently that under ordinary circumstances
member of the Merliral Board, during the absence of Surgeoa no necessity will arise for the transfer of coruels or ousigns from Laugstaff, or until further orders. One regimeu to another.
Surgeon Alexander Halliday, M. D., officiating superintending 6. Should cases arise hereafter in which there are two or surgeon, to be a superintending surgeon on the establiehe Big more vacancies in any one regionent whilst other regiments of vice Smith appointe to the medical board.
Surgeon George Kinz. garrison surgeon at Chunar. to officie the same army are complete, we concur in opinion with the Commander in Chief that the senior rornet or ensiyn would gain
as superintending surzeon, during the perios Mr. Campbell may
be erupl. yed in the delical Board, or ua il further orders. one step by removal should if he desire it be granted that adyan.
The foregoing appointments are no bave effect from the 319 tage.
ultimo, 6. Ni corpet or elsign is removeable for purposes of promo. tion except al his own request, anıl as there are difficulties in the way of ascertaining the wishes of indivnuals in this respect at Fort William, ad January 1835,-No. 2 of 1933.-Lientenant the time when conung ny arises, we desi e that it be established Arthur Conolly, of the 6th Reginent Light Caval:y, Assistant to as a regulation that every cornet or ensign who may wish 10 be the Governor General's Agent in Rajpootanah, is permitted to remo ed to any cirps by removal to wbich he would gain one proceed to Europe on Furlough, on Medical Cerificate. or more steps shall notifi his wish to that effect to the Adjutanı Fort William, January lith - No. 5.1 35. - The ondermenGeneral of the army, within one inonth from the date of his being tioned officers are permitted to proceed to Europe .forough: fi st posted-should be afterwards desire to alter this determina- Major General Martin White, of the 22d regiment nalive i (ta. tion he may notify the same in the Adjt. General. The Comman try; Lieutenant colonel John Taylr, or he :9ib regiment natis der in bier willinus at all times be in pissession of ihe veces. infantry ; Captain Thomas Fisher, of the 48ch regiment parira sary infirmition to enable him to equalize ihe number of cornets infantıy; Lientenant Kenneth John While of the regiones of or in signs in each corps with uue attention to the iuterests of all artillery; Lieutenant Whalley Master, of the 71b regiment licht concernet
Cavalry ; Lieu rnan Saranael James Tabor, of the 7tla region et Furt W diam, January 5th. -No 3 of 1838.— The President izlit cvalry, and surgeon Thomas E. Baker, of the medical in council is pleased to make the following promotions :
department, on account of private atfai's Kiebt Wing European regim-nt - Ensign Frederick Summers Lieutenant Co onel Henry rock, of the 23d regiment eative Macmullen to be liedienant, from the 19th December 1837, vice infantry and brevet Captain Willian Biddulph, of the 45th regi. Lieutenant Andrew Dick deceased.
ment native infantry, on luedical certificate. bih Regiment N. 1.- Captain Stephen Swayne to be major ; In erneral orders No 1, dated the 24 instant, publishing of Lieutenant 1 harles Willinn High to be Captain of a company reckoning advances for the year 1937. the word " Europan ib. And ensign Ralph Dows n to be lieutenani, fiom the 15th Decem. serted by desire of Major General William Hlopper appoole ta ber 1837, in sucression to Major Peter Joboston retired on the his name in the statemen, is changed to " India," to enble his pension of a lieutenant colonel
to draw the advance .f Company's rupees (3,266) three thau saud 211h regiment N. 1.-Ensign Jobn Guise to be lientenant, from two hundred and sixty-six. the 1st January 1838, vice Lieant naut George Brockman re- No 7. of 1828.- Assistant Surgeon WB O'Shangbnessy, N D., signed.
p oressor medical college, is exempled from the operation of Medical department.-Assistant Surgeon Richard Shaw to be clause 25 of geveral orders No. 2*, of the 28th January 135, snigeon, froin the 31st December 1837, vice su geon Jouin probibiting the European assistant in that institution from inter: dwiney, M. 1)., retired.
ing into private practice. The undermentioned officers of cavalry and infantry are pro. Fort William, January 19th - No. 12 of 1238.-The moteil to the rank of Captain by brevet, from the dates expressed Hon'ble the president in council is pleased to make the toilu. opposite to their names.
ing appointment. Lleurenai John Bracken, of the 29th regiment native infantry, Lieuteurot Colonel John Cheape, of be corps of eogineers, to 2d January 1834.
be executiva engineer of the 12th orKurpaul division departacut Lieutenant Edward Watt, of the 6th regiment light cavalry, of publice works. 30 January 834.
Cornet George Rowcroft Badd, of the 3d regiment light caval. Lieutenant Joba Christie, of the 3d regiment light cavalry, 4th ry, is permitted tu proceed to Europe on furlough, oa medical
certificate January 1933
The Hon'ble the Deputy Governor of Fort William has been Fort Willian, January, 2ind 1938. —No. 13 of 1838. -Tb. pleased to appoint Assistant surgeon H. H. Spry, to officiate Hon'ble the President in Council is pleased to make the follos. until the pleasure of the Go ernor General be known, 89 Ist iug Promotions and Alteration of Rank : assist uut garrison surgeou of Fort Williams during the absence of 49th Regiment native infantry.-Lieutenant and Breret Cap. Dr. Bell, on sick certificato.
tain Robert Warden Fraser to be Captain of a Company, and
Ensien Henry Colvin Jackson to be Lieutenant, from the 12th Fort William, January 15th. ---No. 8 of 1839.-The following
dency, is published far general information : Stuart to be Surge. n, vice Surgeon William Thomas retired,
No. 4 of 1837. with rank from the 31st December 1837, vice Surgeon Jobu Swi
List of rank of a cadet for the Bengal cavalry ney, M. D, retired
To rank from the sailin; from Graveze od of the ship by which Surgeon Richard Shaw to rank from the 1st August 1837, vice
he proceeded : Surgeon Willia Thomas retired.
William Fisher, Roxbourgh Cuslle, sailed 5th October 1837. The un termentioned Offi er of the Infantry is promoted to the
(80) PHILIP MELVILL rank of Captain by Brevet, from the date expressed opposite to
Secy. Mily, Dept., his name:
East India House, 181k October 1837. 7th Rigiment N. I.-Lieutenant Samuel Robinson Bagshawe,
(A true Copy.) Inth January, 1834. Tue undermentioned omicers are permitted to proceed to Eu.
(Sd) JAMES C MELVILL, Secretary. rope on Furlough :
East India House ; London, the 29th October 1837. Lieutenant and Brevet Captain Francis Thomas, of the 730 Regiment N. 1., aud Lieutenant Richard George Grauge, of the No 9 of 1:38. — The foll.wing paragraphs of military letter of 10th Regiment N. 1, on medical certificate
No. 76.dated the 18th October 137, from the Honorable tho The permission granted by the Bombay Government to Captain Court of Directors are published for general information : Henry Patch, of the 73d egt. Bengal N. 1, to proceet from that Para. 2. Major Benson, Lieutenant Ma tin. and Ensign Presidency to Europe on Furlough, on medical certifirate, as well andon (permitted to re urn overland to thrir duty) have been as th- previous leave to remain at Boubay till the 31st December informed thai their In iian allowanes will not cominence until last, granted to that (fficer in extension of the leave obtained by they shall have reached the presidency or joined the corps to him in Bengal, are confirmed by the Sapreme Government. which the belong
No. 14 of 1-38.-The Forms A. and B. of reports on the claims 3. We bavo granted additional leave to the following officors, of discharred and deceased men claimin Ava Prize Money, at viz. tached to General Orders No. 215, of the 19th December 1836, Lieutenant Colonel s. Hawthorn ; Lientenant Colonel H. L. not being suited in the case of individuals who belonged to the White, and Captain Sir RD Colquhoun, Bart. for six months. Marine force from Bengal, employed on the late expedition to Captain W A Smith, till November next, Rangoon, the Hon'ble the President in Council is pleased to direct Lieuteuant Edward Meale, for nine months. the publication of two other Forms C, and D in substitution, as Lieutenants PW. Cornish ; W s. Pil ans; Henry Barry ; follows, and to authorize the signature thereto of the Secretary to ensiun Robart Hay ; Surgeon Andrew Murray, NV, and Asthe Marige Board to be considered sufficient to enable the Gene sist anı Surgeon E Mitchell, for six months. . ral Prize Committee to act upon the Reports in orders :
Assistant surgeon J. J. Boswell, for twelve months. с
4. We have promitted superintending Surgeon William Tho.
mas to retire from the service. This vacancy bas effect froin ibe Reports on the Claims of removed or discharged Men belong 1st August 1837." ing in the A/arine Department for Ava Prize Money.
No. 10 of 1838. The Hon'ble the President in council is please Onn uhat in what
ed to make the following proinotions : Name of Vessel
Remarks Clainant employed
15th regiment na ive infantry.-Lieutenant George Abbott to capacity,
be captain of a cspany, and ensign George bair, to be lieure.
pant, from the 10th of January 1*3; in succession to Capt. Evaus I hereby Cerify that retired on the hall.pry of his rank. from the documents pro The underinentio ed officers are per initted to proceed to Eq. du, ed and l.is reply to our rope on furlough ; qurstions. I have reason Major General William Hopper, of the regiment of artillery, to believe, that be said on account of private attuirs.
-is entitled to Lieutenant Willian Smith, of the 19th regiment N. 1., on me a share of Ava Prize Mo. dical certificate. ary having served as-in the ship
No. 11 of 1838 –The pay, hatta, and other allowances for that he is now reading or January 1838 of the troops of the presidency, and at the other serving (as the case may stations of the army, will be issued on or after Saturday the 1oth be) at
J STUART, Lt. Col.
ofg Segy. to the Govt. of India, Mily. Dept.
Head Quarters, Camp. Delhi, Decrmber 5th. - That part Report on the Claims of the Representatives of deceased Mer of the General Orders of the 28th October last, wbich directs tho delonging to the Marine Department for Ava Prize Money.
2d company 6th battalion of artillery to proceed to Meerut for
practice is counter anded, and the chinpany, with its field batOn whose On what in what
iery, will continue a ta hed to the Delhi brigade. Salary
Remarks, behair Vessel
The following Presidency division orders are confirmed; capacity. claimed. served.
12th November 1937 - Assistant Apoi hecar: J. Dempsey, do. ing duty at the general hospital, to act as Assistant Apothecary
and Assistant Steward to the detachment of recruits for the I hereby Cer. tify that
European regiment, proceeding to Agra by water, under the has established
command of Captain F Beaty his or her) claim
171h N vemh, 1837 - Assistant Surgeou A. Donaldson, M. D. to the Share of
dja: duty at the general hospital, to take medical charge of Cap. Prize Money to
tain Beaty's detachineut of recruits, proceeding to Agra by which is
en ttled as having
The following appointments, made in the l'residency division been empored
order of the 19 b ultimo, for the duties of tbe hospital of Hrma. during hostilities
jesty's 31 regiment of light dragons, are confirmed as a tempora. against the Bur.
Assistant Anothecary T. Nulty, on leave at the Presidency, to inese States be ing the (or
act as Apothecary next or nearest
Apprentice W. McKeon 10 act as Hospital Steward, of Kill as the
Apprentice T. Murphy to act as Assistant A pothecary. case may be) and
Apprentices J. B. Hanly and T. Coleman to do duty in tho proof dias
hospital. been given that
There being no qualified officer present with the 9th native in. the
fantry, Lieutenant A Q Hooper, of the 21th regiment, is ap. said is dead.
pointed to act as Interpreter and Quarter master to thatcorps, (signed)
and directed to join. Secy. Marine
Board. Head Quarters, Camp, Delhi, December 6th. - The Sir. (Date)
bind division order of the 99th ultimo, ting Surgeon B. J. STUART, Lieut-Col.
W. Macleod, M. of the 3d regiment of cavalry, to receive
medical charge of the 27th regimeut of native infantry from Sur. ong. Secy, to the Govt. of India, Mily. Depc.'geon W. S. Charles, M. D. is confirmed.
Ensign John Douglas William, 681b regt. N. I. under orders! Heart Quarters, Camp, Samalka 14th December 1937.-No. 85. for Allahabad.
Her bajesty nas bi en pleased to make the following appointEnsig. Campbell MacMillam, 22d regt. N. I. at Nusse-rabad
innt in the regimen s serving in Inuia : Ensign Alexander Bratirwaile Fenwick, 60.b regt. N T at Mbow
16th eight d agoons. - Captain Lawrence Fy'er from the 77th
rovinent of fooi, to be captain, vice Deverili, who exchanges, Ensign Edward Cook, 6th regiment native infantry at Meerut 5th u ý 1837. Ensign Henry Beresford Melvile, 54th iegt. N T at Meerut 13th foot-Genileman cadet F ancis Levett Bennett, froin the Ensiga Charles Edmund Hickey, 1.t regi N. I. at Suuga
royal inii'ary c lege, tu be ensign by purchase, rice Tidy a..
poned to the l.th regiment of foot, 25th July 1837 Ensign James Irwin Mainwaring, right wing of the European 40th foot.- Ensign Charles Philips, from the 1st West Inra regimait at Agra.
regiment to be quarter master, vice Walsh deceased, 5th July Ensign Andrew Ogilvie Farquharson, 38th regt. N. I at Deihi Ensigo James Hutton, (not arrived) 1911 regt N T at Cuttack
Thr commander.ir-chief h sbien pleased to make the follow.
ing promoti D un il Her Majesty's plea-ure shali be known : Ensign William Chester, 67 tb regt. N. 1. at Khyouk Phi00. 2d foot.-Ensign TWEH Idsworih to be lieutena t by pur. Ensign William Robeit Cunningham, 6th regt. N. I. At Cuttack
chase, vice Mradie, who retires, 7th December 1637. Ensign Walter Birch, 7th regt. N. I under orders fr Cawnpore chief by officers e mmandiig corps, for the unconditional ds
Several appl'cations having been made to the commander-inEnsigo James Garner Holmes, 59th regt N. I at Moradabadi. charge of oldiers of bail charicler with ut po sion, but who, Ensign John Colpoys Haugliton, 32st regt N. I at Allahabad.
fri m lengih of service were entitled thereto ; his excelet cy
makes known, that by intruccions from the general comanding Ensign William Henry Oakes, 45th regt. N. I. at shahjeban. in ch ef. such recommendations for discharges. cannot be enter: poie.
tained, it not being within his lordship's power to recom non Ensign Lauchlean Alexander McLean, 3d regt. N 1, onde
to the commissioners of Chelsea to withhod from a soldier i he orders for Barrack pore.
rate of pension to whi h he may be entitled : the forfeiture of
pension being a point which sh uld be decided by the court Ensign Thomas Elliot Ogilvie, 39th regiment N. I. at Neemuch inartial, before which a culprit may have been arraigned.
Ensign Colin Charles Robert son, 11th regt. N I onder orders His excellency also desires, under instructions from the general for Saugor.
cominandin i chief that no mo'ley may hereafter be receivel
for the discharge of a solu ier, by purchase, before such aischarge Ensign Frederick Cooper Tombs, Igth regiment NT at Secrole, has been authorize.t. Benares. Ensiun Neville Bowles Camberlain, 52d regiment N. I. at Nus Sergeants.....
The regimental or ler by the officer comseerabad
18 manding bith light dragons, dated 3d in. Trumpeters.
2 sta t. appointing sergeant Thomas Gvoilass Ensign Wi'liam Tierary Fergusson, 27th regt. N I. at Kurnaul; Farriers
to act as provost sergeant, and coporai Ensign Edward Dayot Watson, 44th regiment N. 1. under
Runk & File 135 George Archer as quarter master sergeant to orders for Etawab and Baudah.
15 the lt division of the regiment proceeding Children
27 to the presidency, as per ma gin, under the Ensign Arthur Henry Cole Sewell, 471h regt. N I at Agra.
cominand . f Major Jenkins, is confirmed. Ensign Thomas Tullob, 33d regimeut N. I. at Jubhulpore. The undermentioned officers have leave of absence :
Ensign William Fdward Mulcaster, 2. th regiment N. I, under 7ih oot.-Lieutenant J Mockler, to England, for 2 years from orders for Myapoorie.
daie of embarkation, on private affairs. Ensign James Wardlaw, 24ib regiment N I. at Midnapore.
Ditto.- Lieutenant JH Shadforth, ditto ditt. Eusiga Johu Monckton Swinton, 61st regt. N. I. at Almorab.
Ensign Trever Henry Shom, 25th regiment N. I. under order Halt Quarters, Camp, Kurnant, 18th December, 1837.-Vo. for Saugor.
87.--Her majesty lims been pleased to make the following proJ.R LUMLEY, Major General, mot.ous and appointments in the regiments serving in India : Adjutant General of the Army 31 Light Dragoons - Lieltenant Rirhard Blagden Hale to be
captain, by purchase, vice Philips, who retires, 10th July 1937.
Cornet Richard A Moore to be liru enaut, by purchase, vice GENERAL ORDERS TO THE QUEEN'S Hale, luth July 1837. TROOPS.
To be cornels, byp rchase - Henry Wood, gent 10th July 1837.
Edmun i Rochie, gent vice Ral:ton who retires, 11th July 1937. Head Quarters, Camp, Dehli, 7th December, 1837.
TIerati., Holing orth, gent vice Moore, 1215 July 1837. No 84.- The presidency division order dated the lith ultimo, granting leave oi absence to lieutenant J Lumax 1610 font, 10.ro; to be Quarter Masier, vive Higgins, who exchanges, lub
Quarter Master Tluonas Alains, from the 7th Dragoon Guards ceed to England, for 2 years from date of embarkation, on mrül ai cerificate is confirmed.
Ju y 1837. Capt j Triton The division orilers by major general Sergeant Major Sullivan to be A ljutant (with the Ra kor
-White Sir 1 Stevenson, dated the 19th ultimo, Cornet) ice Jines, who resiens the Adju'ancy only, 9th July [*3; Lieut J Martin directing the officers wamed in the margin, EG, Swinton
1:12 Light Dragoons -Cornet James Hussey to be Lieutenant, (removed from the 11th to the 3u lixbit Cornel J. White
dragoons) to do dyty with the detachment by purchase, vire veihin, who retires, 7ih July 837.
of volunteers for the latter corps at Cawi). Thomas William Smith, sent. to be co:net, by purchase, vice pore, under the command of captain Bond: and that, dated Ist Hussey, 7th July 1837, instant, appointing assistant surgeon Venzies, 16th font, to the medical charge of this detachment until the arrival of tbe bead. 4th Foot, 1o be Lieutenant Colonels --Lientenantr olonel Rich. quarters of the corps, are confirmed.
anit England, from the 75th Regimeut of foot, withour purchase, The leave granted by His Excellency lieutenant general Sir 7th July 1837. John Keane, to Dr. Collier deputy inspector general of hospi Brevet Colonel Gideon Gorreqner, froin the half par, unatiach. pals, to proceed to England, is cootirmed.
ed, vice England appointed to the 41st Regiipeat of Foot, lih The leave of absence granted by His Excellency lientenant ge. July 1837. beral ir P Muilland,to the following officers of Her majesty's 45th
Major James England by purchase, vice Correquer, who relires, regiment, to proceed to England, via Egypt, is covârmed :
llib July 1837. Captain F. Pigott ; capt A Cooper; ensign W R, Lewis.
Captain Henry Hourhton Irving to be Major, without purchase, Tbe undermentioned officers bave leave of absence :
vice Englanıl, lith July 1837. 131b light dragoons captain R Ellis, to England, for 2 years from Lieutenant James Espinasse to be Captain, vice Irving, lith date of embarkatiou, on private affairs,
To be Lieutenants.- Lieutenant Dennis A Courtayne, from the Ditto aptain T Alkiuson, in extension from the 1st November 45th Foot, 7ih July 1837. 1836 to the date of joining the regiment from England. 16th foot-Lientenant J. Lomax, from Ist October to Ist Decem
Lieut. Charles Shipley Teale, from the 26th Foot, 7th July 1837. ber 1837 in extension, ou medical certificate.
Lieutenant Abraham Collis Anderson, from the 54th Foot, ith 31st ditto-Ensign T J Bourke, from 10th December to oth Feb July 1837, ruary 1838, to Calcutta, for the purpose of appearing before a
Lieutenant William Charles Sheppard, from ihe 57th Foot, 7th medical board.
July 1837. 4. 49th ditto, Lieutenant J. L, Bennis, from 15th December to
Lieutenant W. H. Middleton Ogilvie, from the 6th Foot, 7th 4th June 1838, to pisit Meerut, on urgent private affairs,
Fnsion John Cameron, from ihe 54t's Foot, 7th July 1837.
54th Foot.-Ensign Charles Fade Heatley 1o be Lieutenant, Ensign Christopher N Wilson, from the poth Frot, 7th July 1837.
without purchase, vice Anderson appointed to the 4th Regimeut
of Foot, 7th July 1837. 24 Lirnten.nt Robert Hawkes, froin the 5th Foot, 8th July 1837. Ensign Robert O'Neil, 9th July 137.
Ensign William Macpherson, from the half pay of the 49th Re.
giment of Foo', to be Ensign, without purchase, vice Heatly, 7th Ensign James Symin tou Sborit, 10th July 1837.
Henry Andrew Hlinsworth, gent. to be Ensign, withont pur
chaga, vice Cam-son promoted in the 4th Regiment of Foot, 1 8th Ensigu James Alexanler Madigan, froin the 7.st Regiment of July 1837. Fooi, vice Shortt, 10th Ju y 1837.
571h Foot -Lientenant William Jones, from the Ceylon regiQuarter Vastor John Potter to bo Adjutant and Ens go, vice mant, to be Lieutenant, vice Sheppard appointed to the 4th Regi. Espinasse, Ilth July 1437.
ment of Foot, 7th fuly 1837. Sergeant major Samil Sexton to be Quarter inaster, vice Po ter arpoint d Adjutant, lith July 1837.
630 Foot - Lieutenant Edward Hill, from the half.pay of the
2011 regiment of foot, to be Lieutenant, vice Henry Croly pro. fick Fos.--Lieutenant John Duntze Macdwald, from the 2. motei, 7 th July 1937. West India Regiment, to be Lienienant. vice Ogilvie appointed to the Ith Regiment of Foot, 7th July 1837.
Bronel, Captain Charlton Brown Tucker, of the 3d light dra 9th Foot --Brrvet colonel Sir Eimund Keynton Williams K. goons, to be major in the Army, 10th January 1837. C.B. from the H1*! Reginent oi Font, to be Lieutenant Colonel,
The Commander in chief in India bas been pleased to make vice Cus'a .ce appointed to the 10th Regt. of Fool, 10th July 1837.
the following promotion until Her majesty's pleasure shall be 2611 Foot - Lientenant James Williams Gryles, from the Crrlon
known. R-gimet. to be Li-utenant, vice Teale appointed to the Hi Regi. ment of Fout, 7th July 1 37.
The promotion of 2d Foot.-Ensign H. W. Stisted to be 41st Fool - Lieutenant colonel Richard England from the 4th i ensign Holidsoorike to lieutenant, by purchnse, vice Moodie, Regim-ot of Foat. :o be Lirutenant colonel, vice Sir E. K. Wil. This racuncy has not who retires 7th December 1837. liams appointed to the 9th Foot, 1011 July 1837.
tatın place. Majo. William Booth to be Lieutenant colonel, without pur.
Lieutenant Speedy of the 3d Foot, and Lieutenant Holcombe chase, vice Purdou deceased, ilth Jly 1837.
of the 13th light infantry, having passed ihe rrescribed examinaCaptain James Frere May to be inajor, vice Bouth, 2016 July tion as interpreters before a district committee, are deemed, by 1837.
the Commander in Chief in India, entitlel to the allowance sanc. Lieu:enant sohu George Beilingfield to be captain rice May, tione iu g. nral orders by Govorument, No. 206, of the 26th
By Order of the Commander in Chief, vice Nile deceased. Vice B din field, ili July 1:437
R. TORRENS, Major Genl. Charles Anderson Morshea', grut. tu be Ensign, vice Diddep, Tilb July 1837.
Arijt. Genl. to Her Majesty's Forces in India,
American Sbip Dover, J. Austen, from Boston 29th
4 English Bark Susanna. J P. Ridley, from Port Jackson
3 t October and Carnicobar Island 21st December, and English Barque Munarch, A, McNeilage, from Glasgow 2!d August.
5 English Bark Couriere, J. Dixon, from the Cape of
Good Hope 230 October. 6 English Brig Elizabeth, J. Manook, from Rangoon 20th
December; English Ship Susan, J. Young, from
Bombay 1st, Calicut 220 and Alleppee 29th November O English Barque Dorothy Gales, G. Moore, from Liver.
pool 220 July, and the Mauritius 19th November.
24 Eoglisla Boig London, M. King, from Liverpool 12th
Sept. 25 English Ship Fully Sulam, J. L. Gillett, from China 6tb
and Singapore 2311 December, and Penang 6th January ; English Brig Arethusa, A Piko, from Moulmein 4th Jauuary.
15 English Schooner Margaret, W. C. Spain, from Ran.
goon 17th December,
26 English Ship Zenobia, JF Owen, from London 12th
and Portsmouth 21st September, Madeira yth October And the Cape of Good Hope 5th December ; American Barque Nurfolk, J s Ballard, from Boston 20th Sep. tember; English Barque Baboo, G B Brock, from the Mauritius 5th December.
17 English Barque Sir Edward Ryan, J. M. McGowan,
from Moulmein 31st December.
27 English Ship Royal Saxon, R Renner, from London
5th and Portsmouth 20th September.
18 English Ship, Paragon, J. Coleman, from Liverpool
24th August ; Euglish Bark Tinamara, G. Wilson. from Liverpool 27th August ; French Bark Robirt Le Diable, M. De Laporie, from Bourbou 28th Normber,
28 English Barque Bahamian, " Tizard, from Liverpool