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Per Bark Sasannn, from Port Jackson.-Mrs Wolton ; Cap. Swiney; Mr and Mis Robertson ; Brigadier Penny Mrs

Per Madagascar - Mr and Mrs Siddons ; Dr and Mrs tain Witon, IN 4411 Regt ; Mr Leigh, Surgeon

Dorin ; *apt and Mrs. Roberts; Mrs Porbes; Mrs Birrell, Per Contiere. Srum Cape of Good Hope - Messin llaines, Ba. Captain Webster ; viss Siddons : Lieut. Bazett; Lieut Sid:

dons; G. d. Millman and RJ Savi, Esqrs. thurst, and Low, ACST C Robinson, Esq ; Dr McWhir, MD, Capt and Mrs Prazer and Mr Frazer ; Mr and Mrs Main and 6 Children ; Mr and Mrs Thomson and 4 Children, Per Sumuel Hurrocks, for Singapore.-JH Whitehead and Mr Malish.

and J S Clarke, Esqrs. Per Sir Eduard Ryan.- HP Twentyman, Esq, and M

Prr London. - Mr and Mrs. Valpy and family; Dr Iones Gallasteen, merchants.

and family ; Capt and t?rs Evans and family ; Mrs Vri non Per Sesostris from London - Mrs Yates. From the Cape of Mrs Major Ramsay and chili : ilrs Capt Liptrap; two disses

and Son ; Mrs Page and family : Mr and Miss Cunningham: Good Hope. -Urs Gr nt and infant ; Miss Pattle ;CH Came

Watson; Miss Low; Masters Wilkinson, Thompson, Hudson, ron, Esg, law com nissioner ; 1 Grant E q, Surgeon, Bengal

and Parker. establishment; Capt 'harlton. 7 4th Rext. BI; Mr Land, late officer. Royal William, from Madras. -Capt Gillett, Country Service ; Mr Rogers, merchant; Mr Robt Saunders, Per Duke of Bedford.-J Maclean, Esq; Lieut Boileau and Pilot Establishinent; Mr Tapley, late Chief Officer Ship family ; Lieut inglis ; Mrs Major Lisier; Hrs Bedeil ; his Thalia.

Highness Nawab Ikbal ood Dowlah, and Captain Goventry. Per Paragon, from Liverpool.- Mr and Mrs Perry ; Emila

Per Repulse.-Colonel Andree; colonel Morrison ; Mrs Deben, Melitaire.

Armstronó, and Mrs Shuttleworth.
Per Futty Salam, from Canton.-Messrs Fraser and
Browne. From Singapore.--Mr and Mrs Dobbs : Nr Douglas Mrs Higginson: Mr and Mrs W Dick.

Per St. George.- ir C " Metcalfe, KC B. ; Capt. and and Mr Johannes. From Penang.-- Mr and Mrs Reid and child.

Per Zenobia.-Mrs Turner ; Miss Woodley : Rev J Nor. Per Scotin.-Vrg. Brutton and Mrs Stonehouse ; Misses gate ; Mr A Galloway, cavalry cadet ; Mr Wu Williams, Brutton, Lemarchand, Taylor and M Taylor; Col. Shubrick, infantry dito ; Mr WW Burkinyounr, attorney at law ; Mr 7th light cavalry.; Col. Brutton, late lith light dragoons : J Burkiu youus ; Messrs Pehruullir, McCa thur, Cowing and Col Cock, 231 NT; Col Taylor, 29h N T; Col Watkins, Spink, from England, Mrs Sheriff and child ; A Cumming 6 INT; Jas Gordon and GR Budd, Esqrs., 3d light cavaland C. Grant, Esqrs civil service ; J Langstaff, Exq, medical ry: T. L Harrington, Esq., Bth ditto ;' G. stovehouse, A. Board ; Capt 5heriil, 43th regt B N I.

Guthrie, J Purvis and J Garrett, Esqrs. ; Master Brutton. Per Baboo from Mauritius.- Betts, Esq, merchant.

Per Windsor.–Lady Ryan and 2 children ; Miss Ryan ; Per Norfolk, from Boston.- Mr Edward S Mosely, mer Mrs Franks and 2 children ; Mrs F. D Smith and child cbant.

Mrs Boswell and child ; Capt. Chadwick and 3 children ;

RB W Ramsay, Esq., C. $. ; and Master haw ; Colonel Per Frances Warden from Penang.-Mrs McKintick and ard Mrs Boileau and 2 children for the Cape; "ir john and *children ; Mr. Cara piet; Messrs. McKiucick and P Joaquim, Lady Herschel and tarnily will embark on board the Windsor merchants ; Master McKiotick.

at the Cape for London.

Per Lord Hungerford for London. - Mrs. Jennings and 3

children; Wrs. GP. Thompson and 4 children ; Mrs Treve. DEPARTURES FROM CA CUTTA.

Ivan and child ; Mrs Newmarch and 3 children; Mrs. Man. sell; Misses Jeremy and White; Hon ble T B Macaulay ;

Nr. Trevelyan ; Capt. Mansell, Commandin: HM Troops ; (apt Farquharson · Lieuts Shortread and Farquharson ; 2

Masters Caulfield; Master Grote ; Sergeant Hozan, and 52 Jap. 1 British Monarch, W Purvis, and Calcutta, JA

of Her Majesty's troops.
Bentley, for Moulmein ; Ruby, 1 Handell, for Sin
gapore and China; Fattle Barry, Nacoda for

Per Jeillinghee. - Mrs. Mathews. Mrs. Clarke, Mrs.Camp.
Juddah.

bell, Mrs Hogue and Mrs. Armstrong : Misses Whish and Antelope, Nacoda, for Juddah ; Duke of Bedford, iss Macan: F.C Smith, Esq.; R. L. R. Canıpbell, Esq. ; WA Bowen, for London.

Wajor Anderson ; Major Fernie ; Lieut. Graham; Eusijus

Burlton, Powelland Robertson. 8 John Hepburne, B Robertson, for Rangoon.

Per Thames, for Madras. - 11r. and Mrs. Babington ; Capt. 12 Christopher Rawson, C Edwards, for Mauritius ;

and Mrs. Montgomery ; Captand lrs. Gordon ; Mr. Elliott, Lord Hungerford, Farquharson. for London ; C. S. For London. -- 'apt. and Mrs. Poynton ; Mrs. Tomlin ; Windsor, Henning, for London ; Hoogly, Jeanso Mrs. Blenkinsop and 2 children ; Lt. Clarke ; Mr. Robert. lin, for Bourbon.

son ; Major Jenkins ; 4 apts Wm Roebuck, R A. Reynolds,

and' H G P Tuckett ; Lieut. JH Forrest ; Corget W. C. 18 Rob Roy, J McKinnon, for China ; Theodosia, E Forrest; Assist. Surg. ] Hutchinson, Brigadier Penny; and Underwood, for Liverpool,

the troops of Hiilih dragoons. 15 Carnatic, Jas. Richard, for the Mauritius,

Per Carnatic, for the Mauritius.-Mrs. Spencer and Mrs. 17 Fatima, G Fethers, for Liverpool via St. Helena.

Richard. 18 Shaw Allum. E Evans, for Bombay.

Per Mountstuart Elphinstone. - Mrs. Bolton and child Dona Carmelita, Thos. Foss, for the Mauritius. Mrs. Smithson : Mrs. Vos and family; Mrs. Twentyman

and child ; Mrs Hobson and two children ; Capts. Hickman 19 Allalevie, A R Clarke, for Bombay; Fatima, 9 Fe. and Bolton ; Lieut. Cautley ; W H Twenty man, Esq. and

thers, for Liverpool ; Hammonshaw and Futtay Master Luke.

Mobarruck, Nacoda, for Muscat. 23 Brigand, D Wemyss, for Penang and Singapore ;

Per Ermouth, for London.-Mr and Mrs J. Dunbar; Mr

and Mrs Elizabeth, 3 Glass, for Ceylon; Cabras, Nacoda,

Robert Stewart, Mrs. Major Halfhide ; Dr and for Mocha; A bassey, Nacoda, for Muscat ; Lucon,

Mrs. Bakor ; Captain and durs Brand ; Captain and Mrs. Arnaud, for Bourbon.

Parker, and eleven children.

Per Ship Repulse for London.-Countess of Cardigans and Cornet Reynolds, H M's 11th dragons; Liegt Norman,
Mesdames Rotton, White, Betson, Norman, Armstrong, 31st dragoons; Mr Tiel ; Monsieur Gilliard, Advocate Gene.
Campbell, Shuttleworth, Woodin and Gillard ; Lieutenant ral at Chandernagore. 'Steerage Passengers. -- Mr Jordan,
Cols Andrie and Morrison, Majors Rotton and White, Captain 7th cavalry ; Mrs. Jordan and two children ; Mr Townsend,
Bambrick, Dr Sandham, Lieut Ready, quarter master Betson and three children.
Colonel the Earl of Cardigan, H M's ilth light dragoons ; Per Victoria, for Bristol.-Mr John Biddle.

DOMESTIC OCCURRENCES.

à son.

son

BIRTHS.

At Ghazee pore, the lady of Lieut J D Young, Her

Majesty's 49th Regt, of a daughter. 19 At Calcutta, the wife of Mr S Clarke, of the Con.

servancy department, of a still-born son. Oct. 25 At Agra, Mrs. Jacob Hoff, of a daughter. At the Cape, the lady of JH Vanrenen, Esq of a son.

At Calcutta, Mrs J P Dowling, of a daughter. 29 At Rondebush, near Cape Town, Cape of Good Hope, 20 At Calcutta, Mrs D Ross, of a daughter,

the lady of Charles Macsween, Esq, of the Bengal
civil service, of a son,

At Calcutta, Vrs y Campbell, of a son.
Dec. 13

21 At Jubbulpore, the lady of C. R. Brown, Esq, Ase

At Calcutta, Mrs T C Howe, of a daughter. sistant Agent, Governor General, of a son.

25 At Calcutta, the lady of Henry Chapman, Esq, of 16 At Benares, Mrs George Archer, of a son. 27 At Hoshungabad, the lady of I C Ommanney, Esq,

CS of a daughter. 99 At Sumbulpore, the lady of C L Babington, Esq,

MARRIAGES, of a son. 31 At Calcutta, Mrs R J Cardozo, of a son, At Sultanpore, Benares, the lady of Captain G R

At Parncah Catholic Church, by the Revd Florian, Crawfurd, artillery, of a daughter.

Mr A A Thomas, to Miss H Carnal The wife of Mr Lawrence D'Silva, of Seebpoor, of a Dec. 26 It Agra, by the Reverend R Chambers, Mr JF daughter,

· Pinto, assistant in the office of the political and Jan. 1 At Calcutta, Mrs Chas Gardener, of a son.

general department, to Miss Louisa Scott.

28 2 At Calcutta, the wife of Mr A Dozey, Junior, of a

At Calcutta, at the Principal Roman Catholic church by the Rerd. Mr Oliver, Mr Thomas Scallan, of H

C Marine, to Miss Anna Simonin. 4 Mrs Amelia P Auslin, wife of Mr A P Auslin, of a son. Jan. 1 At Delhi, at St James's Church, by the Reverend R At Chowringhee, the lady of Alexander Beattie,

Everest, A M, Captain William Ramsay, Major of

Brigade, to Harriett Doveton, second daughter of Esq, of a son.

Lieutenant Colonel Mosely, 38th regiment native At Purreedpore, the lady of R B Garrett, Esq, Civil

infantry. Service, of a daughter.

2 At Dhooly, by the Rerd. C Rawlins, A B, Captain'J 5 At Calcutta, the lady of John D Loch, Esq, of a son.

Finnis, 5 st regiment native infantry, to Sarah, At Calcutta, the lady of Joha D Lich, Esq, of a son.

youngest daughter of the late Captain Roche,

Bengal Army. Jan. 5 At Allipore, Mrs M Jones, of a daughter.

6 At the Old Church, by the Venerable the Archdea6 At Calcutta, on board the Duke of Bedford, the lady

con, Captain Robert Guthrie MacGregor, of the of Lieutenant Boileau, horse artillery, of

artillery, Ist Assistant Military Auditor general, daughter.

to Alexina, second danghter of Colonel Archibald

Watson, of the Light Cavalry. 8 At Intally, Mrs TS Sheppard, of a son. At Calcutta, Mrs D Oman, of a daughter.

8

At Calcutta St Andrews's Kirk, by the Rev James At Entally, Mrs J Rue, of a son.

Charles, Mr George Grant, to Miss Sarah Mary

Mills.
At Calcutta, Mrs Wm Ryland, of a daughter.

9 At Calcutta, at the Cathedral, by the Revd HS Fish. At Calcutta, the lady of Markham Kittoe, Esq, of a

er, Mr Samuel Heather, to Miss Isabella Mannion. daughter.

10 At Calcutta, at the Cathedral, by the Revd HS 10 At Simla, Mrs W Philipe, of a son.

Fisher, Mr William Bails, to Miss Marian Staple. At Chinsurah, Mrs T B Barber, of a son.

At Agra, Mr J O Jore, to Miss A Rees. 12 At Kishnaghur, the lady of C Steer, Esq, of a son. 13 At Calcutta, the lady of D. Pringle, Fsq, of a still

18 At Allahabad, by the Revd H Pratt, A M Alexander born child.

Beattie, Esq., to Jane, daughter of William Wat.

son, Eaq. 14 At Dum Dum, the lady of Lieutenant Burnett, artillery, of a son.

At Calcutta, at the Principal Roman Catholic

church, by the Reverend F Sumners, R Cruise, At Goruckpore, the lady of R J Taylor, Esq, civil

Esq, to Charlotte, second daughter of the late service, of a son and heir.

Geo. Shillingford, Esq, of Purneah. 16 At Calcutta, the lady of Joseph Agabeg, Esg of a daughter.

At Karnal, by the Rerd. Mr Parish, Mr C Bowline

writer to the political agent of Ambala, to Sophia It At Chowringhee, the lady of T Savi, Esq, of a son.

second daughter of Mr James Winn, Apothecary

a

ton.

At Calcutta, at the Old Church, by the Venerable the Archdeacon, Monsieur A Charnier, to Harriett, Widow of the late Captain William Souter, of the

66th reximent natire infantry. At Calcutta, at the Cathedral, by the Reverend H

& Fisher, Mr Oliver Smith to Mrs Mary Barbara

Caxton 19 At the Cathedral, by the Revd H Fisher, CP Nor.

ton, Esq, of Colgong, to Miss Eliza Isabella

Hasleby. 72 At Calcutta, at the Cathedral, by the Rev. H. S.

Fisher, Mr. John Graves, Conductor of Ordnance, to Mrs Isabella Miller. At the Cathedra!, Col. M. Beresford, millitary Se cretary to the commander-in-chief, to Caroline,

daughter of W. Fane, Esq., of the civil service. At Calcuttı, at St. James's Church, by the Rverend

KB Boswell, Mr. Janes Price, to Miss Rose, second daurhter of Mr. S. De Castro, of Williams' lane. Mr. R. Williams, to Mrs. Rosa, the widow of the late

Mr. Francis DaCruz. 25 At the Scotch Kirk, by the Ravd. Jarnes Charles, J.

W. ('arnegie, Esq., interpreter and quarter master of the 15th Regt. N. I., to Jane, dauter of the late David Scott, Esq., of the civil service. At the Old Church, by the Venerable the Archdea. con, W. D. A. Ochme, Esq., 10 Anne, youngest daughter of H. Barrow, Esq.

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At Calcutta, Master Terrancau Fisher, aged 8 months

and II days.
At Entally, Mr A Hughes, aged 25 years and

months,
At Seharunpore, Cecelia Evelina, the infant daugh.

ter of John and Caroline Powell.
4 At Calcula, Sarkies (wen, Esq. aged 71 years.

At Intally Mr. P Jaco i, for nerly coach builder.
At Mhow, Conductor Charles, Gale, in charge of the

Ordnance Depot at that station 6 At Calcutta, mr. Charles James Daniel Murray,

aged 37 years. 7 At Howrah, Miss Sophia Smith Read, of cholera,

aged 30 years and 6 months.

At Calcutta, Mr E. C. M Minx, aged 23 years, 10 At the Howrah Hospital, Mr. John biay, Boatswain

of the Windsor, aged 36 years At the Howrah Hospi'al, mr. John May, Boatswain of the W'indsor, aged 36 years. At Calcutta, at the residence of C. M. Latour, Esq.,

C. M. Baz re, Esq , aged 35 years. n At Calcutta, Mr. "harles Smith, an assistant in the

Financial Department, aged 35 years. 12 At Calcutta, Master William Halhed Terraneau, Esq.,

aged 2 years and 3 months,
At Calcutta Miss Louisa Sarah Nisbett, daughter of

Mr John Wm. Nisbett, aged ! month and 5 days.
At Kidderpore, the infant child of Mr. William

Clexhorn, of the Government Steam artment,
aged 5 months and 2 days.
Ar ('a'cutta, George Thomas, fourth son of Mr. and
Ms. Samuel Smith, aged 4 years, 6 months and

26 days. 13 At Howrah, Mrs. Margaret Le Fevre, aged 64 years

At the General Hospital, Calcutta, Mrs Maria Anne

Barbara Wiltshire, wife of Apothecary G. D.
Wiltshire, aged 37 years and 13 days.
At Burdwan, James Dumoulin, Esq., Principal Sud

DEATHS.

April 23

Near Cape St. Vincent, on a voyage to Cadiz, Miss Louisa varia, eldest daughter of ajor Thomas Gil. bert Alder, late of the Bengal establishment, aged 18

years. Aug. 19

At Chittagong, the infant son of Mrs. J. E Bruce Берt. 10

At Sea, on board the barque Bengal, William Mori.

son, Esq. At Sea, on board the Royal William, Assistant Sur. geon George Macfarlane Watson, of the Medical

Establishment. Nov. 17. At Agra, Lieutenant and Adjutant Cardew, of the

artillery, 25 At Agra, Robert Henry Rebello, the third son of Mr

H Rebello, ased 3 years, Il months, and 3 days. 27 At Agra, the infant child of v Woollaston, Esq. Dec. On the river, at Cawnnore, on her way from Calcutta

to Futtvgh it, rs. Arabell Graham, wife of Mr. John Graham, head draughtsman, surveyor general's depart.

ment. Jan. 1 At Calcutta, the infant son of Mr. and Mrs Cbarles

Gardener. At Agra, Fnsign M. W. Tytler, 22d native infantry. 3 At Calcutta Mr Thomas Teyen, assistant in the civil

auditor's office, aged 36 years, 2 months and 15 days.

ADMINISTRATION TO ESTATES.

ESTATES OF

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Anbury, Sir James, Lieutenant Mount Baronet,
Bremer, Thomes Mounsleven, Lieutenant, ...................
Erison, Samuel,.
Robertson, Demetre, .......

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Smith, John,..
Blenkinsop, Edward, Ensign 34th N. I.,......
Flood, Sorah, Charlotte, Widow,.........
Marshman, Josharı, D. D.........
Radba Bibee Woman,.......... ..........................
Owen, Saikies, Merchant,
Bazire, Mathiew, Merchant and Trader,
Castillo, Vincent, ..
Currie, William, Cabinet Maker,.
McCowan, Leslie Jons,.....
Macdonald, Rode ick, Lieutenant,............................
Hobunchondro Berau,..
Mount, Sir James, Baronet, Colonel of Engineers,......
Perry, Mary,.
Ramnarain Chukerbutty,........
Stirling, Alexander,
Tytler, Maurice William, Ensiga,.....
Wilson, John, Colio Esq.
Blenkinsop, Edward, Ensign, 31th N. L.....................
Pullarton, RobartAssistant Surgeon,......................

der Aumeen. At rawnpore, Frances Oclanis, the infant daugbter of Captain and Mrs. Lennox, aged 7 months and 7 days At Meerut. Mary, daugher of Lieut. Col. Wallace,

53d Regt., aged 3 years. At Caluta, mr John Richael Martin, aged 17 years

and 10 days. 14 At Intally, the infant son of Mr. T. 8. Sheppard,

aged 7 days. 16 At Calcutta, Mr. Vincent Castello, aged 35 years, +

months and 24 days At Calcutta, FitzGerald Charles Wintour, aged a

years and 1 month, 18 At Calcutta, Miss Jane Andrew, aged 42 years 19 At Kishnahur, Georf eana, the beloved wife of Ed

ward William Ravenscroft, Esq. of the 720 NI. 23 At Calcutta, Ensign W. H. James, H. M. 36th Regt

aged 20 years.

EXECUTORS, ADMINISTRATORS, &c.

Registrar Snpreme Court.
James Ma adam, Esq.
Maria Evison, Widow.
Registrar Supreme Court.
James Fe gusson
Registrar Supreme Court.
Registrar sinreme ('onrt,
John Claik Yarshman.
Registrar Supreme Court.
Mückerleach Sarkies Owe'r and Varlyrose Sarties Owen.
Registrar Skreme Court.
Mr William Richard Lackersion.
Regis'rar Supreme Court.
Registrar Supreme Court
Robert John Bagshaw and Robert Cunningham Paton.
Brijonauth Dutt.
Sir George Mount, Bart
David James Campbell Johnston.
Registrar 'npr.me Court,
Nathanial Alerudle Esq.
Alerander (trin, Esq.
Alesunder Colvin, E q.
Registrar Supreme Court.
Registrar Supreme Court

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Per Ship Repulse for London.-Countess of Cardigans and Cornet Reynolds, H M's 11th dragons; Lieut Norman,
Mesdames Rotton, White, Betson, Norman, Armstrong, 31st dragoons ; Mr Tiel ; Monsieur Gilliard, Advocate Gene.
Campbell, Shuttleworth, Woodin and Gillard ; Lieutenant | ral at Chandernagore. 'Steerage Passengers. -- Mr Jordan,
Cols Andrie and Morrison, Majors Rotton and White, Captain 7th cavalry ; Mrs Jordan and two children; Mr Townsend,
Bambrick, Dr Sandham, Lieut Ready, quarter master Botson and three children.
Colonel the Earl of Cardigan, H M's lith light dragoons ; l'er Victoria, for Bristol.-Mr John Biddle.

DOMESTIC OCCURRENCES.

a son.

son

BIRTHS.

At Ghazee pore, the lady of Lieut J D Young, ter

Majesty's 44th Regt, of a daughter. 19 At Calcutta, the wife of Mr S Clarke, of the Con

servancy department, of a still-born son. Oct. 25 At Agra, Mrs. Jacob Hoff, of a daughter. At the Cape, the lady of JH Vanrenen, Esq of a son.

At Calcutta, Mrs J P Dowling, of a daughter.
29 At Rondebush, near Cape Town, Cape of Good Hope, 20 At Calcutta, Mrs D Ross, of a daughter.

the lady of Charles Macsween, Esq, of the Bengal
civil service, of a son.

At Calcutta, Jrs N Campbell, of a son.

21 Dec. 13 At Jubbulpore, the lady of C. R. Brown, Esq, Ase

At Calcutta, Mrs T C Howe, of a daughter. sistant Agent, Governor General, of a son.

25

At Calcutta, the lady of Henry Chapman, Esq, of
16 At Benares, Mrs George Archer, of a son.
27 At Hoshangabad, the lady of C Ommanney, Esq,

CS of a daughter.
29 At Sumbulpore, the lady of C L Babington, Esq,

MARRIAGES.
of a son.
31 At Calcutta, Mrs R J Cardozo, of a son,
At Sultan pore, Benares, the lady of Captain R

At Purncah Catholic Church, by the Revd Florian,
Crawfurd, artillery, of a daughter.

Nir A A Thomas, to Miss H Curnal The wife of Mr Lawrence D'Silva, of Seebpoor, of a Dec. 26 It Agra, by the Reverend R Chambers, Mr JF daughter,

· Pinto, assistant in the office of the political and Jan. 1 At Calcutta, Mrs Chas Gardener, of a son.

general department, to Miss Louisa Scott.

28 2 At Calcutta, the wife of Mr A Dozey, Junior, of a

At Calcutta, at the Principal Roman Catholic church by the Revd Mr Oliver, Mr Thomas Scallan, of H

C Marine, to Miss Anna Simonin. 4 Mrs Amelia P Auslin, wife of Mr A P Auslin, of a son. Jan, 1 At Delhi, at St James's Church, by the Reverend R At Chowrinzhee, the lady of Alexander Beattie,

Everest, A M, Captain William Ramsay, Major of

Brigade, to Harriett Doveton, second daughter of Esq, of a son.

Lieutenant Colonel Mosely, 38th regiment native At Purreedpore, the lady of R B Garrett, Esq, Civil

infantry. Service, of a daughter.

2 At Dhooly, by the Rerd. C Rawlins, A B, Captain'J 6 At Calcutta, the lady of John D Loch, Esq, of a son.|

Finnis, 5:st regiment native infantry, to Sarah, At Calcutta, the lady of Joha D Lich, Esq, of a son.

youngest daughter of the late Captain Roche,

Bengal Army. Jan. 5 At Allipore, Mrs M Jones, of a daughter,

6 At the Old Church, by the Venerable the Archdea6 At Calcutta, on board the Duke of Bedford, the lady

con, Captain Robert Guthrie MacGregor, of the of Lieutenant Boileau, horse artillery, of

artillery, Ist Assistant Military Auditor general, daughter.

to Alexina, second danghter of Colonel Archi bald

Watson, of the Light Cavalry. 8

At Intally, Mrs T S Sheppard, of a son.
At Calcutta, Mrs D Oman, of a daughter.

At Calcutta St Andrews's Kirk, by the Rev James
At Entally, Mrs J Rue, of a son.

Charles, Mr George Grant, to Miss Sarah Mary

Mills.
At Calcutta, Mrs Wm Rylant, of a daughter.

9 At Calcutta, at the Cathedral, by the Revd HS Fish. At Calcutta, the lady of Markham Kittoe, Esq, of a

er, Mr Samuel Heather, to Miss Isabella Mannion. daughter.

10 At Calcutta, at the Cathedral, by the Revd HS 10 At Simla, Mrs W Philipe, of a son.

Fisher, Mr Williain Bails, to Miss Marian Staple. At Chinsurah, Mrs B Barber, of a son.

At Agra, MrJ O Jore, to Miss A Rees. 12 At Kishnaghur, the lady of C Steer, Esq, of a son. 13 At Calcutta, the lady of D. Pringle, Fsq, of a still

18 At Allahabad, by the Revd H Pratt, A M Alexander born child.

Beattie, Esq., to Jane, daughter of William Wat.

son, Eaq. 14 At Dum-Dam, the lady of Lieutenant Burnett, artillery, of a son.

- At Calcutta, at the Principal Roman Catholic

church, by the Reverend F Sumners, R Cruise, At Goruckpore, the lady of R J Taylor, Esq, civil service, of a son and heir.

Esq, to Charlotte, _second daughter of the late

Geo. Shillingford, Esq, of Purneah. 16 At Calcutta, the lady of Joseph Agabeg, Esq of a daughter,

At Kurnal, by the Rerd. Mr Parish, Mr C Bowline

writer to the political agent of Ambala, to Sophia 17 At Chowringhee, the lady of T Savi, Esq, of a son,

second daughter of Mr James Winn, Apothecary

a

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ton.

14TK IN. 1938. -The llon'ble the president in Council has been CAMP AT MORADABAD, TRE 77TH JANUARY, 1838.-r aptain A. pleased to make the following additions to the lists of public Macled, of tb - 5th Regiment Madres Light Cavalry, is appointed officers entitled to frank official correspondence appended to the to Officiale as Superintendent of ih· Sauzur Division of the My. post office rules :

sore Territory until further orders, in the room of Lieutenant To be added to List No. I.

Dobbs. Joint remount agent, Bombay. Officers appointed in general orders by the Government of any J. Stewart reportes bis having veliv.red over charge of the

CAMP, AT NEERUT, OTA FEB. 1938.- Lieutenant Colonel presidency to conduct special enquires or researches on mai ters connecied wit such enquiries or researches,

Residency at Hydrabid to Major Cameron on the 12th ultimo. Registrar of Shipping-On ber Majesty's Service." Captain F. Chalmers, the Superinteudent of the Asbtagram

Division, delivered over charge or his Office of Captain Brigg's, To be added to List No. II.

the Fourtb Assistant, on 30th ultimo. Sub-Depnty

To opium agent or depuły opium By order of the Right Honorable the Governor General of Opium Agent. Agent.

India, His Honor in Council is forther pleased to direct that the Arch

W. H, MACNAGTEN, Secy, to the Gort. deacon of any presidency, when head of the ecclesiastical esta

of India with the Governor General. dishment of that presidency, shall be entitled to receive and send all letters free of postage.

POLITICAL DEPARTMENT, 31ST JAN. 1838. - Lieutenant Colonel The Hon'ble Sir Edward Ryan, Kt., has taken his seat as Pre. Caulbrld, Superintendent of the Mysore Princes, has been this sident of the general committee of public instruction.

day apointed Agent to the Governor General at Moorsheda bad, Mr.' David Scott has been permitted to resign the East India vice che Honorable Mr M-lville resigned Company's civil service from tbe Ist instant.

Captain Oas-ley will take charge of the office of Superintendent Mr George Adams, of the civil service, is permitted to pro

of the Mysore Princes, retaining his prese it office, until furtber

orders. coed to Europe on furlough.

Messrs. S. G Smith and F. E. Read, of the civil service, embarked for England on board the Ship Bobert Small, wbicb reported his embarkation for the cape of Good Hope on board the

14TH PEB.-Lieutenant rolo-1 Stewart Resident, at Hydrabad, abip was left by the pilot at sea on the 13th instant.

Carnatic, from Bombay on the ist instant,
Mr. George Edmonstone, Junior, is permitted to proceed to
Mirzapore, and prosecute his study of the Oriental languages at
that station under the superiutendence of Mr. W. Woodcock.

FINANCIAL DEPARTMENT, LATA FEB 1:35-Yr R Ricbardson,

llesident at Coinmercolly is permitted to be absent from his Office SEPARATE DEPARTMENt.-Mr. G. Gough, salt agent of Burlooah for a period of one month on account of ill health and Chittagong, embarked for the Cape of Good Hope on the ship

H, T, PRINSEP, Secy. 10 the Govt. of India. Robert Small, which vessel was left by the pilot at sea on the 13ih instant. Mr. G. R. Berney has been permited to resign tbe East India aor of Bengal is pleased to make the foliowing app iniments :

ECCLESIASTICAL DETARTMENT.-The Aon'ble the Deputy GoverCompany's civil service, from the 10th instant.

The Reverend Henry Fisher to be Seuior Presidency Chaplain SEPARATE DEPARTMENT. -Mr. W. Bracken, Deputy Collector of and Chaplain to the jail. The appointincois to take effect from Government customs at Calcutta, is permitted 10 be absent from the 7th ultimo. his office, from the 19th instant, for a period of one month, ou The Reverend H. S. Fisher to be District Chaplain at Berham. private affairs.

pore, from the 6th December, last. Mr. Fisher will continue to

officiate as Junior Presidency Chaplain until furth r orders 219T PERRUARY, 1833 - The Honorable Sir Charles Theophilus Mr. W. H. Abbott, the Risgistrar of the Archeieaconry of Metcalfe, Baronet, G. C B., and Mr W. F. Dick, of the eivi Calcutta, has been permitted by the Right Reverend ibe Lord service, embarked for England on board the Ship“ St. George Bishop of Calcutta, to be absent for two month, on urgent pri. which ship was left by the pilot at sea on the 17th instant

vate affairs. The Honorable the Deputy Governor of Bengal is pleased to Mr. M. A. Bizpell will perform the duties of Registrar during pernit Mr. Alexander Cumming, a civil servant of the Bengal Mr. Abbott's absence. presidencv, employed in the north western provinces, to pro.

H. T PRINSEP, Secy, to Govt. coed to England on Furlough, under medical certificate.

BY THE GOVERNOR GENERAL FOR SEPARATE DEPARTMENT - Mr. J. Trotter, opjum agent at Bena.

THE N.WP. res, has obtained an extension of the ieave granted to him under date the 6th December last for a further period of a fortnight The Hon'ble the President in council is pleased to appoint

JUDICIAL AND REVENUE DEP RTMENT, CAMP, PUTTEE-GUNGE, 17TH Mr. Assistant Suigeun Thomas Leckie, post waster at Bhav JANUARY, 1838.- r. Wilmt is appointed to exercise the powers Golpore.

of Joint Magistrate and Deputy Coll. ctar at Meerut. HT. PRINSEP, Sery. to the Govi.

The Collector of Customs North Western Frontier Delhi, bas bern directed to make an arrangement for his relief from Ibe

duties of his appointment at Horul. BY THE GOVERNOR GENERAL.

CAMP BAREILLY. 24TH JAN. 1638.-4r. R. J. Tayler, Additional Camp at Furredpore, the 18th Junuary 1838.- Lieutenant Judge of Goruckpore, is transfarret from zillah Gorackpore, to E. P. Lynch, of the 16th Regiment Bombay Native Iufantry, has Mirzapore, and appojuted Additional Judge in the latter Dis.rict. been nominated to serve with the British Dtachment in Persia under the Command of Major General Sir Henry Bethune. This appointment to have effect from the date on which Lieutenant

CAMP, MEERGU"or, 24TH JAN. 1838 — " GP. Thompson, special Lyach reported his arrival to the Officer Commanding at Sheeraz

Cuinwissioner unter Act III. of 1835. has obtained leave of absence for ten days, in extension of the leave already granted

him to enable hiun to rejoin his Station. POLITICAL DEPARTMENT -Camp at Bairelly the 20th Jan. 1838. --Ensigu M. E. Sherwill, of the 69th Regiinent Native Infantry, has been appointed to be 24 subaltern to the Ist Regiment of CAMP, MORADABAD, 27TH JAN. 1938. Mr. N. B. Edmonstene te Infanıry of the Oude Contingent, vice Ensizu R. Hill posted to officiate as Magistrate and Collector of Ghazeepore. the Cavalry.

Mr. J.J. W. Taunton to officiate as Magistrate and Collector By Order of the Right Honorable the Governor General,

of Hameerpoor.

Mr. GT Lushington to officiate with the powers of a Magis

trate and Collector io Bareilly. Camp Fullehgunge, January 17, 1838.–The Right Hon'ble Mr. C. T. Le Bas to be an Assistant under the Commissioner of the Governor General is pleased to appoint Colonel J. Cock, of the Agra Division, the 51st Regiment Native Infantry, to the Dinapore Division of Mr. T. J. Turner to officiate as Member of the sudder Board the Army, with the rank of Brigadier, during the absence of of Revenue, duriog the absence of Mr. W. Fane on leave to pra Major General W. Richards, C. B., on Medical Certificate, or ceed to the Gape of Good Hope, or until further orders. until furtber orders.

Mr. J. Davidson to officiate as Commissioner of the Robilkund

Division - Mr. Davidson to make over charge of the current de CAMP, BARREILLY, JANUARY 22D, 1838. — The Right Hon'ble the ties of the Judge's Oflice at Furruckabad to Mr. J. Mercer, tho Governor Geveral is pleased to appoint Captain P. Craigie, of Principal Sudder Ameen of the District. ibe 33th Regiment Native Infantry, and ist Assistant Adjutant

Nr. J. T. Rivaz, Judge of Futtebpore, bas obtained leare of General, to be deputy Adjutant General of the Army, with the absence for one month, on his urgent private affairs, to commerce Official Rank of Major, from the 18th ultimo, vice Lieutenant from the 15th proximo.---Mr. Rivaz to make over ebarge of his Colonel Anquetil nominated to the command of the Oude Auxi Deputy Collector of the District, who will conduct the current

office to Mr. s. J. Becher, the Officiating Joint Magistrate and liary Force WM. CASEMENT M. G. Secg. to the Govt. of India,

duties thereof during Mr. Rivaz's absence.

J. THOWASON,
Mily. Dept with the Right Hon, the Govr. Geni.

099, Secy, to the Goor. Geni, M. W.P.

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