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Lieu enant T. Wallace, of the 3d regiment native infantry, is appointed to do duty at the convalescent depôt at Landour, during the ensuing hot season.

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Head Quarters. Simla, 23 January, 1938.-The Meerut division order of the 11th instant directing Surgeon H. Mewmarch, of the 2d brigade of horse artillery, to afford medical aid to the 2d company 2d batalion artillery, is confirmed, with effect from the 5th ultimo.

2 His Excellency the Commander in Chief therefore directs, The Barrackpore station order of the Isth ultimo, appointing that, in future, officers in command of regiments, or detachments Brevet Major 11. Sibb 4, of the 41st regiment native infantry, to will take care to supply themselves with the requisite means officiate as Major of Brigade at that s ation, on the departure, ca transport at Burdwan and Sheerghatts respectively, so that no duty, of Captain Ludlow, is confirmed as a temporary arrange demands may be made on the villages in the newly settled ment, until the arrival of Brevet Major C. E. Davis, of the 5sik country referred to. native infantry.

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Sergeant Heery will continue as a supernumerary in the batta tion, until the occurrence of a vacancy.

Lieutenant Colonel S Shaw, from the 1st to the 7th batalion. Lieutenant Colonel R. Powney (on staff employ), from the 7th to the 1st battalion.

The undermentioned officer has leave of absence:

55th Regiment Notive Infantry.-Major T. Dickinson, from 14th August 1837, to 14th December, 1837, to remain at the Presideney, on medic 1 ce tificate, preparatory to applying for permission to proceed to the Cape

Major G. Everest (on staff employ), from the 1st to the 7th

battalion.

Head Quarters, Simla, 25th January, 1839.-With the sanction of Government, Her Majesty s 3d regiment of liht drageons, now in ma ch, will proceed towards Cawnpore, where it is to be stationed, agreeably to the instructions furnished to the officer commanding the corps by the Major General commanding the Presidency division.

Weekly present states," and reports of progress are to be transmitted to the departments of the Adjutant General and Quarter Master General of the arany, respectively, according to exiating regulations

The undermentioned officers have leave of absence:

5th Battalion Artillery, Captain J S. Kirby, from 20th January to 5th November, in extension, to remain at Simla, on medical certificate.

47th Regiment Native Infantry, Lieutenant and Adjutant C Corfield, f om 20th January to 1st December, to visit Mussoorie, on medical certificate.

50th Regiment Native Infantry-Lieutenant H. M. Beeher, from 5th December, 1-37 to 5th February 1838, in extension, to remain at the Presidency, on medical certificate.

The Oude district order under date the Est instant, appointing Captain F. St J Stuart, of the 10th regiment native infantry, to oficiate as Brigade Major, on the departure, on duty, of Captain W. M. N. Sturt, is confirmed as a temporary arrangement.

Wiliam Warner. at present under the orders of the Town Major of Fort William, is appointed a half pay Drummer in the European regiment, and directed to be sent to join by the first favorable opportunity.

Head Quarters. Simla. 26th January, 1838. – The Cawnpore artillery division order of the 12th instant, directing the following, arrangements to have effect in the detachment of artillery drafts proceeding towards Agra, under the command of Captain l. Hickman, is confirmed:

Corporal C. Carlisle, of the 1st troop 2d brigade horse artillery to act as Sergeant Major.

Corporal S. Andrews, of the 1st troop 2d brigade horse artillery to act as Quater waster Sergeant.

Gunner W Hastings, of the 2d company 2d battalion, as Prevost Sergeant.

Gunners C. Lewis. A. Bruce, E Quinlevan, L. Sweetman J. Bumley, T. Halewood, W. Nowland, and J. Mallett, as Sergts.

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Gunners H. Brewer, J. Ciffe, J Kingstone, W Brown, A. Barron, M. O'Neil, T Eilis and W. Rous, as Corporals.

Captain T. Hickman's order of the 12th instant, appointing Gunner S. Jam eson, of the 4h company 2d battalion, to act as camp colour-man to the detachment of artillery drafts proceeding towards Agra and Meerut, is confi med

His Excellency the Commander in Chief is pleased to order the following removals and postings in the medical department:

Head Quarters. Simla, 24th January, 1838-The Benares order of the 10th instant, directing the following arrangements for sending to their several destinations the horses admitted by the Ghazeepore committee, of which Major Cureton, of Her Majesty's 16th lancers, was president, is confirmed:

Captain G G. Denniss, of the 3d troop 2d brigadehorse artillery, to the charge of the horses fo the horse artillery, Her Majesty's 3d light dragoons and 6th lancers, and the 2d, 3d, 4th and 10th regiments of light cavalry.

Captain C. E. T. Oldfield, of the 5th light cavalry, to the charge of the horses for that corps, and for the 7th and 8th regiments of light cavalry.

Cornet R. Boulton, of the 7th light cavalry, to proceed via Mirzapore, towards Sauror. in charge of those for the 2d troop 1st brigade hose artillery, and for the 6th light cavalry.

Superintending Surgeon Colin Campbell officiating 3d meinber of the medical board, from the Sirhind division to the Agra circle of superintendence

Lieutenant T. B. Studdy, of the 8th light cavalry, to proceed, via Virzapore and Jubbulpore, towards Natpore, in charge of the horses for the Madras and Bombay Presidencies, which are to be made over to the officer commanding the Nagpore subsidiary field force.

Superintending Surgeon Samuel Ludlow, from the Agra circle to the Serbind division.

Superintending Surgeon Alexander Halliday to the Benares

The horses for the 1st troop 3d brigade horse artillery at Dum. Dum, to be sent to the Presidency under charge of a native officer

division.

Officiating Superintending Surgeon George King is appointed to the Agra circle.

Assistant Surgeon John Menzies, from the Hurrianah light infantry battalion to the 62d regiment of native infantry.

Assistant Surgeon Samuel Holmes, from the 62d regiment of

native infantry to the Hurrianah light infantry battalion.

The Saugor station order of the 30th ultimo, appointing Lientenant and Adjutant C. Prira, of the 64th regiment native infantry, to act as station staff, during the absence, on duty, of the Deputy Assistant General, is confirmed.

The appointmentof Lieuterant John Anderson, of the 44th native infantry, in detachment orders under date the 18th instant, to act as Adjutant to the left wing of the corps, during its separation from the head quarters of the regiment, is conarmed.

The Weerut division orders of the 11th and 18th instant, appointing the folowing officers to the charge of remount horses, proceeding from the Government stud at Haupper to the stations specified, are confirmed:

The undermentioned omcers have leave of absence:

Division stad-Captain and Brevet Major R. Rayldon, Assis tant Adjutant General Benaros division, from 15th November Lieutenant G. L. Cooper, of the 2d brigade horse artillery, to cy, preparatory to submitting an application to retire from the 1837 to 1st January 1838, in extension, to remain at the Presiden Cawnpore.

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Carnet J. H. L. M. Toone, of the 2d regiment light cavalry, to werds Neemuch

Cornet C. A. Kitson, of the 10th regiment light cavalry, to cate, and apply for furlough. Nagpore.

The Saugor division order of the 11th instant, directing Assist ant Surgeon W. Jacob, of the 66th, to proceed to Saugor, and af ford medical aid to the 64 h regiment of native infantry, is con firmed

Captain C. Mc Morine is removed from the 1st company 5th bat talion to the 2d troop 3d brigade of horse artiliery.

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Captain W. Geddes is removed from the 2d troop 3d brigade of on medical certificate. horse artillery to the 1st company 5th battalion.

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His Excellency the Commander in Chief is pleased to make the regiment native infantry, are confirmed. following appointment:

1st Regiment of N tive Infantry.-Lien'ait C Wright to be Hospital Apprentice F. Buchanan to act as Assistant Apothecary The Presidency division order of the 15th ultimo, appointint Interpreter and Quarte, Master.

in the hospital of Her Mates y's 9th regiment, vice Hefferan transferred to the gar ison dispensary in Fort William, is con. firmed as a temporary arrangement.

Head Quarters, Simla, 27th Jnuary. 1333-Hospital Stew. ard J Byrn attached to the 31 brigade horse artille 1, pointed to act as a othecary with the brigade, until further orders is ap

The undermentioned warrant officer has leave of absence.

Subordinate Medical Department.-Assist Sergeant Robert Meritt, of the European regiment, is transCrawford, 5th bata ion artillery, from 1st February to 1st Seppointed Quarter Master Sergeant to the 2d infantry regiment in Steward W. H. ferred to the Town Major's list, from the 20th ultimo, and ap. tember, to visit the Presidency on me ical certificate the Oude auxiliary force.

Head Quarters Simla, 29th January, 1838 -The 56th regi ment native infantry wi I march fron Binoorah, agreeably to a roote with which it will be furnished, towards Berhamore, instead of to Barrackpore, as directed in the General Order of the 31st altimo

The order dated the 5th instant, by Briga tier J H. Liftler, commanding on the eastern frontier, appointing Brevet Captain R. McNair, of the 734 regiment of native infantry, to otheiate as Major of Briad to the force under bis command, is conarme ! as a temporary arangement.

Head Quarters. Siml, 2d February 1838 The following in the military department, is published for the information of letter from the officiating Secretary to the Government of India, those officers who concurred in the memorial, addressed by Colonel V Roper, of the 70th reziment native infantry, to the Honorable the Court of Directors praying regiment native infantry will march towards Barrackpore, where by the Honorable Court, as entitling their officers to pensions. that the three years ranted for furlough, may be included in the periods prescribe d

Ou the arrival of the 56th regiment at Berhampore, the 65th

His to be stationed

No. 494.

The resim ntal orier dated the 5 h instant, br Lietenant Colo nel S, Swinhoe, commi ding the 73d regiment of native infantry directing Ensign W Richardson to act as Interpreter and Quarter master, du in: the absence of Lieutenant and Brevet Captain McNair, on duty, is confirmed.

1st Regiment native infantry-Lieutenant A. Turner, from 15th January to 15th April, to visit the Presidency, on medical certifi

The regimental order dated the 17th instant, by Major R. W. Pogson, commanding the 47th regiment of native infantry, directing Lieutenant C Boulton to act as Adjutant, during the absence, on leave, of Lieutenant and Adjutant Corfield, is confirmed.

The Dinapore station order of the 13th instant, appointing pen sioned Sergeant W. Bowman to act as Bazar Sergeant, vice Ashby deceased, is confirmed.

11th regiment native infantry.-Lieutenant and Brevet Captain J. Maclean, from 18th January 1838 to 18th January 1839, to visit the hills north of Deyrab, on medical certificate.

Head Quarters Simlah, 30th January 1833-His Excellency the Commander in Chief is pleased to direct, that whenever a detachment is sent from a regim nt, the streng h of which renders the services of an Adjutan' requisite, the nomination is to be made by the officer commanding the regiment, previous to the departure of the party in like manner, when a detachment Mily Dept. Sir, I am directed by the Honorable the Precomposed of details from differ nt regimen s is made fron themation of His Excellency the Commander in Chief, and for comsident in council to acquaint you, for the infor head quarters of a district or station, and for the staff duties of munication to the parties concerned, that the Honorable the which an officer is allowed by existing regulations, the Brigadier Court of Directors have declined to comply with the prayer of or other superior officer detailing the party for the duty, will the memorial from Roper and other officers, which accompanied nominate the staff officer in his district or station orders. your Assistant's letter No. 75, of the 29th December 1836; but officers of the have at the same time, granted additional advantages to the senior nounced in Gene ul Orders No. 258 of this date. army. in respect of r-tiring pension, as an

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Surgeon R. Grahame, of th invalid establishment, is permitted to reside at Sangor, for one year, from the 1st of December last, and to draw his pay from the Benares pay office.

67th Regiment Native Infantry Lieutenant Colonel R. Chalmers from 5th January to 25th February, to remain at the Presidency

The leave of absence granted in General Orders of the 6th ulti mo, to Conductor J. Graves, of the ordinance department, is cancelled at his request

Sergeant James Baddeley, of the veteran company at Chunar, is permitted to reside and draw his pay at the Presidency.

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Head Quarters, Simla, 1st February 1839 -The Presidency division orders under date the 14th ultimo, appointing Assistant Surgeon D. Mac Nab, M. D. to the medical charge of the 41st regiment native infantry, and Surgeon J. Row, to that of the 3d

Head-Quarters, Simla, 31st January, 1838-Surgeon R. Brown, of the 37th regiment native infantry, is appointed to act as Garrison Surgeon at Chunar, during the absence of Surgeon G. King, or until further orders,

The undermentioned officer has leave of absence:

extension, to await the arrival of bis corps at Lucknow.
55th regt, N. 1.-Captain W. Freeth, from 31 Feh 10--, la

TO THE ADJUTANT GENERAL OF THE ARMY,
Head Quarters.

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The undermenti ned officers have leave of absence:

51st Regt. N. I.-Lieutenant Ynyr Lamb, from 1st April to 1st Oct. to visit the bills north of Deyrah, on private affairs.

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47th Regiment Native Infantry, Lieutenant and Adjutant C Corfield, from 20th January to 1st December, to visit Mussoorie, on medical certificate.

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Captain T Hickman's order of the 12th instant, appointing Gunner S. Jameson, of the 4h company 2d battalion, to act as 50th Regiment Native Infantry-Lieutenant H. M. camp colour-man to the detachment of artillery drails proceeding from 5th December, 1-37 to 5th February 1838, in extensiou, to towards Agra and Meerut, is coufi: med remain at the Presidency, on medical certificate.

Beeher,

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His Excellency the Commander in Chief is pleased to order the following removals and postings in the medical department:

Head Quarters, Simla, 24th January, 1838 -The Benares order of the 10th instant, directing the following arrangements for sending to their several destinations the horses admitted by the Ghazeepore committee, of which Major Cureton, of Her Majesty's 16th lancers, was president, is confirmed:

Captain G G. Denniss, of the 3d troop 2d brigadehorse artillery, to the char:e of the horses fo the horse artillery, Her Majesty's 8d light dragoons and 6th lancers, and the 2d, 3d, 4th and 10th regiments of light cavalry.

Captain C. E. T. Oldfield, of the 5th light cavalry, to the charge of the horses for that corps, and for the 7th and 8th regiments of light cavalry.

Cornet R Boulton, of the 7th light cavalry, to proceed vir Mirzapore, towards Sauror. in charge of those for the 2d troop 1st brigade ho: se artillery, and for the 6th light cavalry.

Lieutenant T. B. Studdy, of the 8th light cavalry, to proceed, via Mirzapore and Jubbulpore, towards Natpore, in charge of the horses for the Madras and Bombay Presidencies, which are to be made over to the officer commanding the Nagpore subsidiary

field force.

The horses for the 1st troop 3d brigade horse artillery at Dum. Dum, to be sent to the Presidency under charge of a native oflicer

of the medical board, from the Sirhind division to the Agra circle Superintending Surgeon Colin Campbell officiating 3d member of superintendence

Superintending Surgeon Samuel Ludlow, from the Agra circle to the Serhind division.

Superintending Surgeon Alexander Halliday to the Benares

division.

Officiating Superintending Surgeon George King is appointed to the Agra circle.

infantry battalion to the 62d regiment of native infantry.
Assistant Surgeon John Menzies, from the Hurrianah light

Assistant Surgeon Samuel Holmes, from the 62d regiment of native infantry to the Hurrianah tight infantry battalion.

The Saugor station order of the 30th ultimo, appointing Lleatenant and Adjutant C Prira, of the 64th regiment native infantry, to act as station staff, during the absence, on duty, of the Deputy Assistant General, is confirmed.

The appointmentof Lieuterant John Anderson, of the 44th native infantry, in detachment orders under date the 18th instant, to act as Adjutant to the left wing of the corps, during its separation from the head quarters of the regiment, is conârmed.

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Cornet J. H. L. M. Toone, of the 2d regiment light cavalry, to werds Neemuch

The Saugor division order of the 11th instant, directing Assist ant Surgeon W Jacob, of the 66th, to proceed to Sangor, and af ford medical aid to the 6th regiment of native infantry, is con firmed

Cornet C. A. Kitson, of the 10th regiment light cavalry, to cate, and apply for furlough. Nagpore.

Captain C. Mc Morine is removed from the 1st company 5th bat. talion to the 2d troop 3d brigade of horse artiliery.

The undermentioned omcers have leave of absence:

Division staff-Captain and Brevet Major R. Rayldon, Assis tant Adjutant General Benaros division, from 15th November 1837 to 1st January 1838, in extension, to remain at the Presiden cy, preparatory to submitting an application to retire from the service

1st Regiment native infantry-Lieutenant A. Turner, from 15th January to 15th April, to visit the Presidency, on medical certifi

Captain W. Geddes is removed from the 2d troop 3d brigade of on medical certificate. horse artillery to the 1st company 5th battalion.

11th regiment native infantry.-Lieutenant and Brevet Captain J. Maclean, from 18th January 1838 to 18th January 1839, to visit the hills north of Deyrab, on medical certificate.

His Excellency the Commander in Chief is pleased to make the regiment native infantry, are confirmed. following appointment:

The Presidency division order of the 15th ultimo, appointint 1st Regiment of N tive Infantry.-Lien'ait C. Wright to be Hospital Apprentice F. Buchanau to act as Assistant Apothecary in the hospital of Her Mates y's 9th regiment, vice Hefferan Interpreter and Quarte. Master. transferred to the garrison dispensary in Fort William, is con. firmed as a temporary arrangement.

67th Regiment Native Infantry Lieutenant Colonel R. Chalmers from 5th January to 25th February, to remain at the Presidency

The undermentioned warrant officer bas leave of absence. Sergeant Robert Meritt, of the European regiment, is trans. Subordinate Medical Department.--Assist Steward W. H.ferred to the Town Major's list, from the 20th ultimo, and ap. Crawford, 5th bata ion artilery, from 1st February to 1st Seppointed Quarter Master Sergeant to the 2d infantry regiment in the Oude auxiliary force. tember, to visit the Presidency on me ical certificate

Head Quarters, Simla, 27th Jnuary. 133. - Hospital Stew. Ard J Byr attached to the 31 brigade horse artille 1, is ap pointed to act as a sothecary with the brigade, until further orders,

Head Quarters Simla, 29th January, 1838-The 56th regi ment native infantry wi 1 march fron Bincoorah agreeably to a roote with which it will be furnished, towards Berhamore. instead of to Barrackpore, as directed in the General Order of the 31st ultimo

Head Quarters, Simla, 1st February 1838 -The Presidency division orders under date the 14th ultimo, appointing Assistant Surgeon D. Mac Nab, M. D. to the medical charge of the 41st regiment native infantry, and Surgeon J. Row, to that of the 3d

Ou the arrival of the 56th regiment at Berhampore, the 65th regiment native infantry will march towards Barrackpore, where

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Head Quarters Simlah, 30th January 1833 -His Excellency the Commander in Chief is pleased to direct, that whenever a detachment is sent from a regim nt, the streng h of which ren ders the services of an Adjutan requi-ite, the nomination is to be made by th officer commanding the regiment, previous to the departure of the party in like manner, when a detachment composed of details from differ nt regimens is made from the head quarters of a district or station, and for the staff duties of which an officer is allowed by existing regulations, the Brigadier or other superior officer detailing the party for the duty, will nominate the staff officer in his district or station orders.

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The undermentioned officer has leave of absence:
55th regt. N. 1-Captain W. Freeth, from 31 Feh to-
extension, to await the arrival of his corps at Lucknow.

Head Quarters. Siml, 2d February 1838 The following letter from the officiating Secretary to the Government of India, in the military department, is published for the information of those officers who concurred in the memorial, addressed by Colonel V Roper, of the 70th regiment native infantry, to the Honorable the Court of Directors praying that the three years ranted for furlough, may be included in the periods prescribe d by the Honorable Court, as entitling their officers to pensions.

No. 494.

TO THE ADJUTANT GENERAL OF THE ARMY,
Head Quarters.

Mily Dept.

Sir, I am directed by the Honorable the President in council to acquaint you, for the information of His Excellency the Commander in Chief, and for com. munication to the parties concerned, that the Honorable the Court of irectors have declined to comply with the prayer of the memorial from Roper and other officers, which accompanied your Assistant's letter No. 75, of the 29th December 1836; but have at the same time, granted additional advantages to the senior army. in respect of retiring pension, as anofficers of the nounced in Gene al Orders No. 258 of this date.

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The order dated the 5th instant, by Brigadier JH. Liftler, commanding on the eastern frontier, appointing Brevet Captain R. McNair, of the 74 regiment of native infantry, to officiate as Major of Briad to the force under bis command, is confirmed as a temporary arangement.

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The resim ntal orier dated the 5 h instant, br Lietenant Colo nel S. Swanhe, commanding the 73d regiment of native infantry directing Ensin W Richardson to act as Interpreter and Quarter master, du in: the absence of Lieutenant and Brevet Captain McNair, on duty, is confirmed.

The regimental order dated the 17th instant, by Major R. W Pozson, cominanding the 47th regiment of native infantry, directing Lieutenant C Boulton to ac as Adjutant, during the absence, on leave, of Lieutenant and Adjutant Corfield, is confirmed.

The Dinapore station order of the 13th instant, appointing pen sioned Sergeant W. Bowman to act as Bazar Sergeant, vice Ashby deceased, is confirmed.

Surgeon R. Grahame, of th invalil establishment, is permitted to reside at Sangor, for one year, from the st of December last, and to draw his pay from the Benares pay office.

The leave of absence granted in General Orders of the 6th ulti mo, to Conductor J. Graves, of the ordinance department, is cancelled at his request.

Sergeant James Baddeley, of the veteran company at Chunar, is permitted to reside and draw his pay at the Presidency.

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The Cawnpore division order of the 25th ultimo, appointing Captain H. Templer. of the 7th regiment of native infantry, to officiate as Major of Brigade at Cawnpore, vic Holmes, who has been permitted to resign the situation, is confirmed.

Head-Quarters, Simla, 31st January, 1838-Surgeon R. Brown, of the 37th regiment native infantry, is appointed to act as Garrison Surgeon at Chunar, during the absence of Surgeon G. King, or until further orders.

The Bantah station order of the 19th ultim», directing Assistant Surgeon JH. Serrell, of the 534, to receive medical charge of the left wing of the 44th regiment native infantry, is confirined.

Captain P. Mainwaring, of the 33d regiment native infantry, (at present doing duty with the Sylhet light infantry battalion)

who was promoted in Government General orders of the 18th December last, is directed to rejoin the corps to which he belongs at Jubbulpore.

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

28th regt N I-Lieutenant E T. Tierney to be Interpreter and Quarter Master.

Lieutenant interpreter and Quarter Master G. Pott. of the 3d regiment native infantry, having been pronounced by the exami ers of the College of Fort William qualified for the duties of Interpreter, that officer is exempted from further examination in the native languages.

The undermenti ned officers have leave of absence:

51st Regt. N. 1.-Lieutenant Ynyr Lamb, from 1st April to 1st Oct. to visit the bills north of Deyrah, on private affairs.

Captain Hickman, on his arrival at Mynpootie with the remainder of his detachment to forward the meu for Agra, Muttra, and Nusseerabad, to Agra, under charge of 2d Lieutenant H. M.

Assistant Apothecary G. Higginson and Assistant Steward J. Hennessy to accompany the detachment for Meerut; and Hospital Apprentice J. Kean to be detached from Mynpoorie as acting Assistant Apothecary with the party for Agra

Sergeant William Bowman, of the pension establishment, is appointed Bazar Sergeant at Dinapore, in succession to Ashby

The undermentioned officers have leave of absence:

29th Regiment Native Infantry -Major D. D. Anderson, from 15th January to 15th April to visit Allahabad and the Presidency, pieparatory to apply ing for permission to retire frem the service.

1st Company 3d Battalion Artillery.-Captain A. Abbott, from 1st March, to 10th March in extension, to enable him to join.

47th Regiment Native Infantry. Lieutenant and Brevet Captain H. T. Raban, from 30th April to 30th October to visit the hills in the vicinity of Almorah, on private affairs

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Head Quarters, Simla, 14th February, 1838.-His Excellency the Commander in Chief is pleased to make the following remova and posting of field officers:

Lieutenant Colonel John Taylor (on furlough,) from the 29th to the 15th regiment native infantry.

regiment native infantry, vice Taylor Lieutenant Colonel W Burroughs, new promotion, to the 29th

By order of His Excellency the Commander in Chief.

GENERAL ORDERS, THE QUEEN'S TROOPS.

Head Quarters, Simla, 6th January, 1838.-No 91.-His Excellency The Commander in-Chief has been pleased to promote the undermentioned Officer to the Rank of Captain, by Brevet, in the East Indies only:

13th Foot-Lieutenant Arthur Wilkinson, from 24th Dec., 1837. loughby Cotton, KC H. dated the 13th December 1838. directThe Presidency Division Order by Major General Sir Wiling Lieutenant Holder, 13th, and Ensign Brockman, 49th Regiments, to join, and to do duty with the recruits arrived from Surgeon Knox, 3d Dragoons, to proceed in medical charge of the England; and that, dated the 23d ultimo, directing Assistant sick of that and other corps, ordered to Cawnpore by water. and Assistant Surgeon Chapman, 16th Lancers, to do duty with the Thackwell, are confirmed. Detachment ordered to march under the command of Colonel

The Division Order by Major General Sir Robert Stevenson. K CB, of the 26th December last. directing Lientenant J. Cowell, 3d Dragons, to join and to duty with the Detachment of that Corps, under the command of Captain Bond, is confirmed.

The Regimental Order by the Officer commanding 3d Dra J Sullivan to perform the duties of the Regimental Quarter goons of the 15th November last, directing Cornet and Adjutant Master until further orders, is confirmed from the 13th of that month

of H. M. 16th Lancers, appointing the following non-commis. The Order by Captain Hilton, commanding a detachment sioned acting staff, is confirmed from the 1st of December, viz :

To be Acting Sergeants, 16th Lancers.-Privates William Kells and George Matthews.

To be Acting Corporals, 16th Lancers.-Privates William Hills and J. C. Montague.

The leave of absence granted by His Excellency Lieutenant General Sir P. Maitland, to Lieutenant James Walker, 55th Foot, from 15th December 1837 to 31st March 1838, to proceed to Bengal, on urgent private affairs, is confirmed.

The leave of absence granted by His Excellency Lieutenant General Sir J. Keane, to Lieutenant Morris, 40th Foot, to proceed to England, for 2 years from date of embarkation, on medi cal certificate, is confirmed.

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European regt.-Captain C. Wilson, from 1st Feb to 1st April | Assistant Surgeon G. G Brown, M. D. to have medical charge, and to visit the bills north of Deyrah, on private affairs. Hospital Apprentice D Fleming to act as Assistant Apothecary and Assistant Steward to the detachment.

Head Quarters, Simla, 8th Feb. 1838-The Commander in Chief has been pleased to make the following promotion, until the pleasure of Her Majesty shall be known:

6th Foot-Ensign E. J. Blanckey to be Lieutenant without pur-Conran, of the 4th battalion. chase, vice English deceased, 17th January 1838.

Leave of Absence-16th Lancers-Lieut W. S. O'Grady, from 1st February to 15th November, to proceed to Landour, on medical certificate

3d Foot.-Lieut. A. Menzies, from 17th April to 17th October, to Almorah, on private affairs.

Ditto-Lieut. J. C. Handfield, from 17th April to 17th October ditto, ditto.

Ditto Lieut. H. P. Chamberlain, from 1st May to 1st November, ditto, ditto.

Ditto-Lient. P. Speedy, from Ist May to 1st November, to deceased. Mussoorie, on private affairs.

Ditto-Ensign H. C. A. Clarke, from 10th February to 1st Nov. ditto, on medical certificate.

By order of the Commander in Chief.

R. TORRENS, M. G.

Adjt. Genl. to H. M. Forces in India.

supernumerary Doctor Ahmed Allee, attached to the 41st regi. ment of native infantry, to do duty under the orders of the staff Surgeon at Barrackpore, is confirmed.

The eastern frontier order by Brigadier J. H. Littler, dated the 10th ultimo, directing the following medecal arrangements, is confirmed:

Surgeon J S. Sullivan, of the 36th native infantry, and at present doing duty with the Sylhet light infantry battalion, on being relieved from the medical charge of the latter corps by Assistant Surgeon J. Davenport, M D proceed to Jumulpore, and per form the medical duties of the 58th native infantry, pending the arrival of his own regiment at that station.

Assistant Surgeon A. Gibbon, doing duty with the 36th regi ment, to assume medical cha ge of the 58th native infantry, on his arrival at Jumaulpore, and proceed with it to Barrackpore.

The appointment, in General Orders of the 28th ultimo, of Lieutenant C. Wright, of the 1st native infantry, to be interpre. ter and Quarter Master, is cancelled and His Excellency the Commander in Chief has been pleased to nominate the officer to the situation of Adjutant of the regiment, vice Burn promoted.

Ramgarh Light Infantry Battalion--Assistant Surgeon W.

The Presidency division order of the 21st ultimo, directing Dunbar, M. D fro 18th December 1837 to 14th January 1838,

to visit Hazareebaugh, on account of his health.

Lieutenant R.T. Sandeman of the 83d regiment native infantry will continue to act as Interpreter and Quarter Master to the 1st regiment native infantry, until further orders.

Head Quarters, Simla, 9th Feb. 1838-1n continuation of General Orders of the 15th of August last, His Excellency the Commander in Chief directs that the monthly returns of European troops and companies of artillery therein referred to shall be accompanied by casualty lists, prepared according to the form laid down in General Orders of the 16th of October 1838:

If no casualties have occurred during the month, a memoran dum to that effect is to bo forwarded with the return of the troop or company.

The Allahabad garrison order under date the 9th ultimo, appointing Assistant Surgeon A. Beattie (civil Assisstant Surgeon) to act as Assisstant garrison Surgeon, during the ab sence, on duty, of Assisstant Surgeon Christie, or until further orders, is confirmed.

The General Orders of the 26th and 31st ultimo, directing an exchange of circles between Superintending Surgeons C. Camp-) bell and S. Lad ow; appointing officiating Superintending Sur geon G. King to Agra, and nominating Surgeon R. Brown to act as garrison Surgeon at Chunar, cancelled; and those officers will remain in the performance of the duties in which they were severally engaged previous to the publication of the orde.s.

By order of His Excellency the Commander in Chief.

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Head Quarters, Simla, 10th February 1838 -The Cawnpore division order of the 29th ultimo, directing Assistant Steward W H. Crawford to do duty with a detachment of artillery proceeding to the Presidency by water, is confirmed,

Head Quarters, Simla, 12th February 1838-The Cawnpore station order of the 8th ultimo, making the following arrangements for the march of the artillery drafts arrived from the Presidency, under the command of Captain T. Hickman, is confirmed.

Lieutenant and Brevet Captain H. N. Pepper of the 3d batta lion, to the command of those proceeding to Saugor and Mhow

The undermentioned Officers have leave of absence:

from date of embarkation, on private affairs.
9th Foot Lieutenant W. W. Powell, to England, for 2 years

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