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PORT WILLIAM GENERAL DEPARTMENT, WEDNESDAY, THE 21ST OF MARCH, 1833 -The Hon. the Court of Directors having appointed William Wilberforce Bid, Esq, to be a member of the council of India, to suceced provisio valy in the event a vacancy occur ring during the absence of T C. Robertson, Esq, and a vacancy having so occurred by the death of the Hon Henry Sh; kespear, Esq., the goid Wiliam Wilberforce Bird, Esq., has this day token the oaths and his seat as third ordinary member of the counch of India, under a salate from the ampar 8 of Fort William.

Published by order of the Hon. the President of the Council of India in Council,

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Baboo Lakhenergin Nylunkar, Sudder Ameen in Purneah, for ten days, beyond the period of the ensuing dioburrem vacation.

Mr. G. D. Raikes appointed an assistant under the com. missioner of the Allahabad division, under date the 6th instant has been permitted to remain at the presidency for one month from the 31st January last.

Camp, Dehli, the 22d February, 1938.-Mr. W.H. De Grothe is appointed to be deputy collector under regulation IX. of 1833 in zillab Furruckabad.

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JUDICIAL AND REVENUE DEPARTMENT, THE 27TH FEB. 1938-The Honorable the Deputy Governor of Bengal is pleased to make the following Appointments:

JUDICIAL, REVENUE AND GENERAL DEPARTMENT -Camp, Furrucknuggur, the 15th February, 1838,-Mr. J. Lean quitted theof lints of the N. W. P. in progress to Europe via Pombay on the Ist instaut, in conformity with the permission granted him on the 12th August 1537, by the Hou. the Lieutenant Governor, to proceed to England oa furlough.

1833, in Midnapore and Hidgellee. Mr. W. H. Tydd to be deputy collector under regulation IX.

Mr. E. W. Pilt to be do, do under do in do and do.

The following officers have obtained leave of absence from their stations:

Mr. W. Cracroft, oficiating civil and session judge of the Cape of Good Hope on board the ship Marion, which vessel waE 94 Pergunnahs, for fourteen days, on medical certificate.r.lett by the pilot on the 23d instant.

R. Torrens absence.

Mr. C. J. E. Graham, officiating magistrate and collector of Rajeshahye, and in charge of the judge's office, for one month, on medical certificat, to proceed to the presidency, preparatory to his applying to go to sea.

will conduct the duties during Mr. Cracroft's CAMP, SAHANUNPOOR, THE 10TH MARCH, 1838-The date of the commencement of the leave of absence, on medical certificate, granted under orders of the 1st instant, to Mr. R. C. Glyn, judgo of Meerut, is altered from the 1st to the 15th April text.

Captain C. Thoresby, superintendent of the Chuttee territory, has obtained leave of absence on account of the state of his health, Lieutenant J. W. Fraser, superintendent of the Cuttack surfrom the 24 April to the 15th November next, for the purpose of vey, from the 10th March till the 10th stay next, on medical certificate.

visiting Mussooree.

Lieutenant D. Ross, assistant to the resident at Gwalior, is Mr. H. J. Thornton, assistant surgeon of Pubna, for oen appointed to officiate as Superintendent of the Chultee terrimonth, on private allairs, tory, during the absence of Captain Thoresby, or till further orders.

JUDICIAL, REVENUE AND GENERAL DEPARTMENT, CAMP, PANREPUT, THE 28TH FEBRUARY, 1838.-Mr. G. P. Thompson to be judge of Judicial, Revenue and General Department, Camp, SahaGornckpore Mr. Thompson will contiane to exercise his func. runpour, the 13th March, 1828.-Mr. G. T. Lushingtou to be tions as a special commissioner ander act III of 1835. magistrate and collector of Etawah, from the date on which Mr. Mr. Lushington will conMr. R Montgomery to be joint magis rate and deputy collec.SG Smith vacated the sppointinent. tor of Benares, from the 1st instant. Mr. Montgomery will con tinue to olliciate as magistrate and collector at Bareilly till further tinue to officiate, till further orders, as magistrate and collector orders. of Allahabad.

JUDICIAL, REVENUE AND GENERAL DEPARTMENT, CAMP, PANEEPUT, Mr. E H. Morland to be civil auditor, north western provin. THE 28TH FEBRUARY, 1833- Mr. Civil Assistant Surgeon A. Beat-res, in succession to Mr. G. F. Harvey. tie to be post master at Allahabad,

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Mr. G. F. Harvey to be magistrate and collector of Allygurh, from the date on air. T.P. Woodcock may vacate the appoint

ment.

Cornet C. G. Fagan, assistant to the agent and the commis. sioner in the Saugor and Nerbudda territories, has been permitted to resign his appointinent from the 5th February last.

Mabommud Yoosuf is transferred in his present capacity of sudder ameen and law officer from Cawnpoor to Jounpoor, and Mouivee Khadim Hoossin Khan, Sudder ameen and law officer at Jounpoor, removed to Cawnpoor.

Mr M. R. Gubbins to be joint magistrate and deputy collec. or of Allaha ad. Mr. Gubbins will continue to officiate with the powers of a joint magistrate and deputy collector in charge of the Ferozepore pergunnals of the Goorgaon distract, till further orders.

Mr. T. R. Davidson, commissioner of revenue of the 11th or Patua division, has reported his departure from Bengal for the

Mr. W. H. Benson to officiate as judge of meerut during Mr. Glyn's absence on leave, or till further orders.

Mr. G.T. Lushington to officiate as magistrate and collector of Bareilly during the absence of Mr. Beuson, or till further

The following officers have obtained leave of absence from their stations:

Mr. G.C. Cheap, civil and session judge of Shahabad, for three days, in addition to that granted to him ou the 3d ultimo.

of Burdwan, for one month, on medical certificate.
Mr. J.T. Mellis, officiating joint magistrate and deputy collector

Baboo Hurrynarain Ghose, 1st principal sudder ameen, and Camp, Kurnaul, the 7th March, 1838-Captain T. D. Carpentahomed Kulicem, sudder amcen of Jessore, during the ensuing Bahoo Byejoath Sein, 2d principal sudder ameen, and Monivie ter, superintendent of the ex-Rajah of Coorg, is appointed to exercise the powers of a joint magistrate and deputy collecto

Mohurrem vacation.

of Benares.

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JUDICIAL AND REVENUE DEPARTMENT, THE 13TH MARCH, 1838,The Hon. the Deputy Governor of Bengal has been pleased to make the following appointments:

Bir C. T Davidson to be magistrate and collector of Purneak, but will continue to officiate as joint magistrate and deputy collector of Noacolly till further orders.

Mr. C. Martin to he deputy collector under regulation IX. of 1833, in zillah Midnapore.

JUDICIAL AND REVENUE DEPARTMENT. THE 19TH MARCH, 1838The following officers have obtained leave of absence from their stations :

Mr.

W. M. Dirom, joint magistrate and deputy collector of Rajeshaly, for one month, in addition to that granted to him on the 20th altimo, to proceed to singapore, on private affairs. Kazi Moolvie Mahumud Faiq, the principal sudder ameen of Beerbloom, from the commencement of the ensung Moburrei vacation, and for seventeen daya beyend it, ou private affairs.

Mr. C. J. H. Graham joint magistrate and deputy collector in Rajeshahye, bas been permitted to preceed to the Cape of Good Hope, for two years, on medical certificate.

THE 16TH MARCH, 1838-Mr. F. A. Lushington, assistant to die magistrate a collector of Rajeshahy, an extension of leave of absence, to enable him to join his station by the next steamer which will leave Calcutta on or about the 24th instant.

Mr. F. Currie conmissioner of the Benares division has obtained leave of absence for ten days, in extension of the leave granted under date the 23d November last.

The unexpired portion of the leave of absence granted to Mr. on the 12th August last, on medical certificate, for eight months. C. W. Brinzcke, sewor commissioner of the Court of Requests, is cancelled at his request, from the 1st proximo, the date on which he purposes to resume charge of his office.

accountant N. W. P. on the 31st ultimo, is cancelled at the The leave of absence for fifteen days granted to Mr. F. O Well, request of that officer.

THE 20TH MARCH, 1838.-The Hoa. the Deputy Governor of Bengal has been pleased to make the following appointments: Mr. W. P. Goad to be special deputy collector in zillab Mymunsing and Dacca, vice Mr. M. W. Carruthers deceased.

PORT WILLIAM GENERAL DEPARTMENT, WEDNESDAY, THE 21ST OF MARCH, 1838-The Hon. the Court of Directors having appointed William Wilberforce Bird, Esq, to be a member of the council of India, to succeed provisionally in the event a vacancy occur. ring during the absence of T C. Robertson, Esq, and a vacancy having so occurred by the death of the Hon. Henry Shakespear, Esq., the said William Wilberforce Bird, Esq., has this day taken the oaths and his seat as third ordinary member of the council of India, under a salute from the rampar s of Fort William.

Published by order of the Hon. the President of the Council of India in Council,

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Camp, Dehli, the 16th February, 1838 -The leave of absence granted to Mr. J. T Rivaz, judge of Futtehpore under orders, dated the 27th ultimo, on urgent private offairs, is to commence from the 1st March next, instead of the 15th of the current month.

Fort William, Financial Department, the 21st March, 1928. -The Honorable the President in Council gives notice, that the Mint Master at Calcutta has been authorized to receive, until fur-office, or till further orders. ther orders, Madras Rupees of full weight at their intrinsic par, viz. as equal to Company's rupecs, without any charge of seignor rage for recoinage.

By order of the Hon. the President in Council,

The unexpired portion of the leave of absence granted to Mr. J Lamb, assistant sergeon of Malda, is cancelled from the 19th instant, tue date on which he rejoined his station,

Mr. J. Kinloch, joint magistrate and deputy collector of Mynpoory is permitted to be absent from his station for one month. on his private affairs, from the date of his relinquishing charge of

his duties

Judical, Revenue and General Department, Camp, Meerut, the 6th February, 1838.-Khajeh Ulcem Collah is appointed to be deputy collector under regulation IX. of 1838, in zillab Azimghur.

Mr. J. McGavestou, civil assistant surgeon of Meerut, has obtained leave of absence from the 1st proximo to the lat December next, to visit the hills on medical certificate.

Mr. CT Le Bas, assistant under the commissioner of the Agra division, has obtained leave of absence for one mouth, to visit Almorah, on his private affairs.

JUDICIAL, REVENUE AND GENERAL DEPARTMENT-Camp, Furrucknuggur, the 15th February, 1838.—Mr. J. Lean quitted the limits of the N. W. P. in progress to Europe via Bombay on the 1st instant, in conformity with the permission granted him ou the 12th August 1837, by the Hon. the Lieutenant Governor, to proceed to England oa furlough.

Camp. Dehli, the 17th February, 1839.-The Rev. Mr. W. Palmer chaplain of Nussterabad is placed at the disposal of the tion, the Deputy Governor of Beugal.

Feb. 17-The Rev. Mr. A. Hammond is appointed to be haplain of Glazcepore.

The Rev. Mr. Eteson Is appointed to be assistant chaptain of Cawnpore.

The Rev. Mr. Brooke is appointed to oficiate as chaplain of Mhow.

22d Feb-Mr J. J. W. Taunton is appointed to be magistrate and collector of Humeerpore, from the 29th ultise.

Mr. G. P. Thompson is appointed to efiate as judge of Goruckpore, during the abscuce of Mr. Jackson, or till uniber orders, and directed to reinin charge of his present appointment of special commissioner under act II of 1835, in addition to the above.

In consequence of the certified illness of Mr R. C. Glyn and the heavy press of business row pending in the sessions court in his jurisdiction, Mr. M. J. Tierney is appointed to officiate as Junge at Me rutt till Mr. Clyn is able to resume charge of bis

Mr. H. M. Alexander will officiate as magistrate and collector of Boolundshubar during Mr. Tierney's absence.

Mr. J. Neave is appointed to try the commitments at Boolund shuhur.

Mr. H. W. Deane is appointed to officiate as magistrate and collector of Moozuffurnuggur, quring Mr. Crawford's absence on leave, or till further orders.

Mr. F. Gouldsbury civil and session judge of West Burdwan for six days, in addition to the leave granted to him on the 16th in-uitimo.

Mr. G. Paton, M. D., officiating civil assistant surgeon of Allychur, is appointed to be civil assistant surgeon at that station

Camp, Alleepere, the 24th February, 1838.- Mr. W. B. Jack son, judge of Goruckpore, has obtained leave of absence for one month in extension of the leave grauted under orders dated 21st ultimo.

Air. W. Crawford, magistrate and collector of Moozufferbug. gur, has obtained icave of absence for six months, on incuical certificate.

The following officers have obtained leave of absence from

their stations,

Mr. A. Dick, civil and session judge of Midnapore, for ene month, ou private affaits. Str. T. C. Trotter will conduct the current duties of that office during Mr. Dick's absence.

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Mr. W. Cracroft, oficiating civil and session judge of the 94 Pergunnahs, for fourteen days, on medical certificate.—Vir R. Torrens will conduct the duties during Mr. Cracroft's

absence.

Mr. C. J. H. Graham, officiating magistrate and collector of Rajeshabye, and in charge of the jurige's office, for one month, on medical certificat, to proceed to the presidency, preparatory to his applying to go to sea.

Lieutenant J. W. Fraser, superintendent of the Cuttack sur. vey, from the 10th March till the 10th stay next, on medical certificate.

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Cape of Good Hope on board the ship Marion, which vessel was lett by the pilet on the 230 instant.

CAMP, SAUARUNPOOR, THE 10TH MARCH, 1838 The date of the commencement of the leave of absence, on medical certificate, granted under orders of the 1st instant, to Mr. R. C. Glyn, judgo of Micerut, is altered from the 1st to the 15th April next.

Lieutenant D. Ross, assistant to the resident at Gwalior, is

Mr. H. J. Thornton, assistant surgeon of Pubna, for oen appointed to officiate as Superintendent of the Chultee territory, during the absence of Captain Thoresby, or till further month, on private affairs. orders.

Captain C. Thoresby, superintendent of the Chuttee territory, has obtained leave of absence on account of the state of his bealth, from the 20 April to the 15th November next, for the purpose of visiting Mussooree.

JUDICIAL, REVENUE AND GENERAL DEPARTMENT, CAMP. PANEEPUT, Judicial, Revenue and General Department, Camp, SahaTHE 28TH FEBRUARY, 1835.-Mr. G. P. Thompson to be judge of Goruckpore Mr. Thompson will contiane to exercise his func.runpoor, the 13th March, 1878.-Mr. G. T. Lushington to be magistrate and collector of Etawah, from the date on which Mr. tions as a special commissioner under act III of 1835. Mr. R Montgomery to be joint magis rate and deputy collec.SG Smith vacated the sppointment. Mr. Lushington will continue to olliciate as magistrate and collector at Bareilly till further Mr. Montgomery will con tor of Benares, from the 1st instant. tinue to officiate, till further orders, as magistrate and collector of Allahabad.

orders.

Mr. Civil Assistant Surgeon W. Gordon, M. D., to be master at Mirzapore.

JUDICIAL, REVENUE AND GENERAL DEPARTMENT, CAMP, PANEEPUT, THE 28TH FEBRUA Y, 1833- Mr. Civil Assistant Surgeon A. Beattie to be post master at Allahabad,

Mr. Civil Assistant Surgeon G, Paton,, M. D., to be post master at Allygurb.

Mr. Civil Assistant Surgeon J. Guss to be post master at Futtehgurh.

Mir M. R. Gubbins to be joint magistrate and deputy collec. posior of Allahabad, Mr. Gubbins will continue to officiate with the powers of a joint magistrate and deputy collector in charge of the Feroze pore pergumials of the Gourgaon distract, till further

orders.

Mr. Civil Assistant Surgeon J. Jackson to be post master at Ghazeepore.

Mr. G. F. Harvey to be magistrate and collector of Allygurh, from the date on bir. T.P. Woodcock may vacate the appoint

ment.

Brigade Major Captain H. Hay, to be post master at Bareilly. Lieut. And Adjutant J. Skinner, ist local horse, to be post master at Hausi.

Camp, Gorcunda, the 1st March, 1838.-r. R. C. Glyn, Judge of Meerut, has obtained leave of absence for six months from the 1st April next, on medical certificate, for the purpose of visiting the hills north of Deyrah. Mr. Glyn will retain charge of his office till that date, and consequently the appointment of Mr Tierney, under orders of 22d ultimo, to officiate as Judge of Meerut, is cancelled.

Mr. Civil Assistant Surgeon J. B. Dickson, in charge of civil orders. medical duties, to officiate as post master at Saugor.

Mr. W. Dent, civil and session judge of Shahabad, for four days, in extension of the leave granted to him on the 16th Janu ary last, to enable him to rejoin his station.

Mr. E H. Morland to be civil auditor, north western provin. es, in succession to Mr. G. F. Harvey.

Judicial, Revenue and General Department-Camp, Kurnaul, the 6th March, 1838-Mr. T J Tuner to be commissioner Bir. Turner will continue to oficiate as a of the Agra Division member of the Sudder Board of Revenue till further orders.

Mr. R. Lowther to be commissioner of the Allahabad divsion.

Mr. W. H. Benson to officiate as judge of meerut during Mr. Glyn's absence on leave, or till further orders.

Mr. G.T. Lushington to officiate as magistrate and collector of Bareilly during the absence of Mr. Benson, or till further

The following officers have obtained leave of absence from their stations:

ERRATUM-JUDICIAL, REVENUE AND GENERAL DEPARTMENT, CAMP, KURNAUL, THE 6TH MARCH, 1835.-in the notification, under date the 31st January last of the date on which Mr. C. Alea quitted the limits of the north western provinces, in progress to Bombay, for the 4th January, 1838," read" the 1TH January 1838.

Mr. G.C. Cheap, civil and session judge of Shahabad, for three days, in addition to that granted to him ou the 3d ultimo.

Mr. J.T. Mellis, officiating joint magistrate and deputy collector of Burdwan, for one mouth, on medical certificate.

JULICIAL AND REVENUE DEPARTMENT, THE 13TH MARCH, 1838.The Hon. the Deputy Governor of Bengal has been pleased to inake the following appointments:

Camp, Kurnaul, the 7th Morch, 1838-Captain T. D. Carpenter, superintendent of the ex-Rajah of Coorg, is appointed to exercise the powers of a joint magistrate and deputy collector of Benares.

air C. T Davidson to be magistrate and collector of Purnenh, but will continue to officiate as joint magistrate and deputy collector of Noacolly till further orders.

Camp Naraingarh, the 7th March, 1838.-The following officers have obtained leave of absence:

Mr C. Martin to be deputy collector under regulation IX. of 1833, in zillab Midnapore.

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Mr. C.W. Kinloch, deputy collector for the investigation of rent-free tenures at Mynpooree, from the 20th March to the 5th November next, on medical certificate, to visit the hills north of Dehra. Mr. Kinloch has been authorized to make over charge of his office to the collector, till further orders.

Baboo Hurrynarain Ghose, 1st principal sedder ameen, and Batoo Byejorth Sein, 2d principal sudder amecu, and Monivie Mahomed Kulleem, sudder amcen of Jessore, during the ensuing Mohurrem vacation.

Mr. C. J. H. Graham joint magistrate and deputy collector in Rajeshahye, has been permitted to proceed to the Cape of Good Hope, for two years, on inedical certificate.

Mr. W.S. Donnithorne, oficiating magistrate and collector of Banda, for twelve months, on medical certificate, to proceed to the hills. Mr. Donnithorne has been authorized to make over Mr. F. Currie commissioner of the Benares division has obtaincharge of the offices of magistrate and collector of Banda to Mr.d leave of absenc for ten days, in extension of the leave grantW.P. Masson, joint magistrate and deputy collector.

ed under date the 23d November last.

Cornet C. G. Fagan, assistant to the agent and the commissioner in the Saugor and Nerbudda territories, has been permitted to resign his appointment from the 5th February last.

THE 16TH MARCH, 1838-Mr. F. A. Lushington, assistant to the magistrate act collector of Rajeshaby, an extension of leave of absence, to enable him to join his station by the next steamer which will leave Calcutta on or about the 24th instant.

Mabommud Yoosuf is transferred in his present capacity of sudder ameen and law officer from Cawnpoor to Jounpoor, and Moulvee Khadim Hoossin Khan, Sudder ameen and law officer at Jounpoor, removed to Cawnpoor.

The unexpired portion of the leave of absence granted to Mr. C. W. Briezcke, sewor commissioner of the Court of Requests, on the 12th August last, on medical certificate, for eight months, the date on is cancelled at his request, from the 1st proximo, which he purposes to resume charge of his office.

The leave of absence for fifteen days granted to Mr. F. O Well, P. on the 31st ultimo, is cancelled at the accountant N. W request of that officer.

THE 20TH MARCH, 1838.-The Hon. the Deputy Governor of Bengal has been pleased to make the following appointments: Mr. W. P. Goad to be special deputy collector in zillab My. munsing and Dacca, vice Mr. M. W. Carruthers deceased.

Mr. T. R. Davidson, commissioner of revenue of the 11th or Patua division, has reported his departure from Bengal for the

Mr. J. Staniforth to be special deputy collector of Rajeshahye, I to be completed in time to allow that vessel to start for Saez
Dinagepore, Rungpore, Bogra and Pubna, vice Mr. Goad.
Mr. G U. Yule to officiate as special deputy collector of
Mymunsing and Dacca during the absence of Mr. Goad, or until

further orders.

from Bombay by the 28th March, the day fixed by the Right" Hon. the Govenor General for her despatch, her departure has been postponed at the suggestion of the Right Hon. the Governor in Council at Bombay to the 13th March. In modification therefore of the Notice issued from this department on the 17th ultimo, the Hon. the Persident in Council gives notice that the despatches and letters from the stations of this presidency must be forwarded so as to reach Bombay on or before 39th instant. H. T. PRINSEP, Secy. to Gert.

Mr. Onslow to be a joint magistrate and deputy collector in Bebar.

Mr. C. J. A. Graham to be a ditto ditto in Rajeshahye.
Mr. F. B. Kemp to be a ditto ditto in Tipperah.

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POLITICAL DEPARTMENT, CAMP, AT MEERUT, THE 12TH FEB. 1838Lieutenant Colonel J. Stewart delivered over charge of the se sidency at Hydrabad to Major Cameron, on the 1st instant.

draft of a proposed act was read in council for the first time on LEGISLATIVE DEPARTMENT, THE 5TH March, 1838.-The following the 5th March, 1938:

ACT NO. OF 1838. I. It is hereby enacted, that from the day of the following rates of toll shall be levied in the Company's currency at the toll gate of the Bhore-ghaut, on palanquins and laden bullocks, both in going and returning : On every palanquin....... I rupee. On every laden bullock... ....................... 6 ps.

II. And it is hereby enacted, that from the said dar, all the provisions of act No. 11. of 1837, of the Governor General of India in Council, shall be applicable to palanquins and laden bul. locks, and the tolls to be levied thereon, as if they had been inserted among the rates of tolls contained in section II. of that

act.

POLITICAL DEPARTMENT, CAMP AT FURRUCKNUGGUR, THE 15TH FEB. 1838-The Right Hon'ble the Governor General has been pleased to appoint Lieutenant A. C. Rainey, of the 25th regi ment native infantry, to officiate as an assistant to the political agent at Subathu, during the present season, or until further orders.

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POLITICAL DEPARTMENT, CAMP, AT SOMALKA, THE 27TH FEBRUARY, 1838.-The Honorable H. B. Devereaux, officiating assistant to the commissioner for the government of the territories of Hi Highness the Rajah of Mysore, has obtained five months' leave of absence to proceed to sea, on sick certificate.

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Captain N. Lowis, an assistant to the general superintendent of the operations for the suppression of thuggee, has obtained leave of absence from the 29th instant, to visit the presidency, with a view to applying for leave to proceed to sea, on medical certificate.

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It is hereby enacted, that it shall be lawful for a judge of any zillah or city court within the territories subject to the presidency of Fort William in Bengal, to exercise the powers vested in a single judge of the Sudder Dewanny Adawlut, by clause 2, section II., regulation IX. of 1838 of the Bengal code.

Mr. Assistant Surgeon H. M. Felix, of the Madras EstablishLEGISLATIVE DEPARTMENT, 20TH NOVEMBER, 1837-The fol. ment, is placed at the disposal of the officiating resident at Hydra-lowing act is passed by the Hon. the President of the Council bad, for employment in the Army of His Highness the Nizam.

of India in Council, on the 20th November 1837, with the assent of the Right Hon. the Governor General of India, which bas been read and recorded. Ordered, that the act be promulgated for general information.

Ordered, that the draft now read be published for general information.

Lieutenant Colonel Burney, resident at Ava, reported his departure from Bengal on board the barque Cornwall, which vessel was left at sea by the pilot on the 8th instant.

By order of the Right Hon. the Governor General of India,
W. H. MACNAGHTEN,
Secy, to the Govt. of India with the Govr. Genl.

Ordered, that the said draft be reconsidered at the first meeting of the Legislative Council of India after the 17th day of April next.

LEGISLATIVE DEPARTMENT, THE 5TH MARCH, 1837.-In conse. quence of a misprint in the copy of act No. XXIX. of 1837, published in the Calcutta Gazette,-(the word "dipose" being there printed for dispence) the act is now republished in a correct form.

II. And it is hereby enacted, that from the said day it shll be FORT WILLIAM, POLITICAL DEPARTMENT, 14TH MARCH, 1838.-lawful for the said Governor General of India in Gouncil, by an Lieutenant C. H. Thomas, an assistant to the general superin. order in council, to delegate all or any of the powers given to tendent of the operations for the suppression of thuggee, having him by this act, to any subordinate authority, under such restricreturned to his duties on the 18th February. bas leave of absence tions as may to the said Governor Gen ral of India in Council from that date to the 1st of April next, has been concelled.

seem meet.

ACT No. XXIX OF 1886.

It is hereby enacted, that from the first day of December 1837, it shall be lawful for the Governor General of India in council, by an order in council, to dispence, either generally, or within such local limits as may to him seen meet, with any provi. sion of any regulation of the Bengal code which enjoins the use of the Persian language in any Judicial proceeding, or in any preceeding relating to the revenue, and to prescribe the language and character to be used in such proceedings.

ROSS D. MANGLES, Offg. Secy, to the Govt. of India,

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GENERAL DEPARTMENT, THE HOTH MARCH, 1838.-An express having been this day received from the Government of Boa bay,) from which it appears that the repairs of the piston, cylinder, &c. of the engines of the "Berenice steamer are not expected do.

Mr. C. P. Signer to be Deputy collector in Midnapore under regulation IX. of 1833,

Sheik Looft Ally Khan Behadoor to be do. do., in Behar under

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