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with rank from the 1st of March, 1838, vico Surgeon Joba Turner No. 43 of 1838 ---Captain H. Rother ford, of the regiment of retired.

artillery, princial assistant to the commissioner of Assain, obtain. Regimeni of artillery -Capt. W. Anderson, to rank from 11th ed, in the judicial and revenue departmeent, under dare the 20th October 1937, in the rooi of L. Burroughs retired ; Ist Lts J

altimo, an extension of leave of absence from tbe 20th (ictober L. C. Richardson, to rank from lith October 18:37, in the room of

1837 to the 1st February last, the latter being the dare of his W. Anderson promoted ; M Mackenzie, 10 rank from 16th Oct, cereiving cbarge of the Gowalparah division. 1837, in the roon o1 J. Turton promoted ; W. Timbrell, to rank Captain J. Drummond, of the 191h regiment native infantry, from 17th November 1837, in the room of A, Cardew, deceased commanding the Khoordah Paik company, obtained, in the judi.

Medical department. --Surgs. H. Clark, to rank from 1st Sept. cial and revenue department, under date the 9th instant, leavo 1835, in the room of GG Campbell retired; N. 1'organ, to

of absence for eleven months, on medical certificate, from the rank from 2d S piember 1835, in the room or i s. Matthews 1st March 1838 to the 1st Februnry 1839, to visit the Himalaya deceased ; J. Davidsou, to rank from 5th September 1835, in the

mountains, room of J, Ekford deceased; 1. M.tiles, to rank from 3d 25th Regiment patite infantry.-Captain T. 0. O'Beirne, from October 1835, in the room of G. Skipton deceased ; J. Roland. 25th February to 25th August to visit tbe presidency, preparato rank fiom 15th October 1835, in the room of J. Allan tory to submitting an application for furlough. M.D., deceased; E. J Yratman, M D., 'o rank from 12th March 1836, in the room of J. Henderson decessed ; J. Inues, division, from 7th March, to 31st March to visit Simla, on private

Medical staff-superintending surgeon C. Campbell, Sirhind No, to rank from 1914 March 1836, in the room of 0. Wray, affairs. dereased; G. Smith, tu rank f om 21st March 1836, in the room of R. N Buinard deceased ; J F. Steuart, M. D., to rank from

5th battalion artillery-Lieutenant J.L C. Richardson, from Ilth Nvember 1836, in the room of J Clarke deceased; A

1st April, to 1st November, to visit the presidency and Cherra McK. Clark to rank from 25th December 1836, in the room on Poonjee, on private affairs. W. A Venous retirert; J. Colvin, MD, to rank from 1st Feb. 141h regiment native infantry-Ensigo C.L. Showers, from loth ruary 1837, in the room of N. Maxwell, N D., retired; W March to 10th March, 1830, to visit the hills north of Dey, ah, ou Stevenson, Sr to rank rom 5th March 1837, in the room of J. medical certificate. Tytler deceased; W Bell, to rank from 21 st March 1837, in the

Tet regiment light cavalry-Lieutenant Colonel J.W. Rober. of J. J. Patterson deceased ; J. George, to rauk from deau, from 26th February to 26th August, to visit Simla, on pri. 1st May 1837, in the room of R. Grabame invalided ; J. S. Sul. Fate affairs, Jivan, to rank from 3d May 1837, in tbe room of James Duncan deceased ;J W. Grant, to rank fro. 18th July 1837, in the

27th regiment native infantry-Ensign S. Arden, from 71h 10om of D Renton deceased ; R Sbaw, to rank from 10th July and apply for furlough.

March to 7th July, to visit the presidency; on medical certificate, 1837, in the room of W P Muston deceased ; A. W. Starei, 'to rank from Ist August 1937, in the room of W. Thomas retired ;

Mr. J.V. Law, of the pension establishment, is permitted to CC. Egertia, to rank from 3111 Dec 1837, in the room of J. reside and draw his stipend at Cawapore, instead of Futtehghur. Swiney, MD, letired; J. Menzies,, to rank from 19th Feb 1838, Conductor R. Sault, of the invalid pension establishment, is in the room of J.M. Tould deceased ; B. Wilson, to rank from 1st perınitted to reside and draw his stipend at Agra, instead of March 1838, in the rooi of T. u. Munro retired.

Dinapore. The services of Assistant Surgeon James Anderson, M. D. are Captain T.C. Wilton, of the invalid establishmeut, is permitted placed at the disposal of the Hon'ble the Deputy Governor of to reside at Deibi, and to draw bis pay aud allowances from the Bengal, for the medical duties of the civil s ation of Beerbhoom, Agra pay office. vice Assistanı Surgeon George Rae, placed at his owo request. Assistant Apothecary Richard Bean, promoted in Government at the diposed of His Excelleucy the Commander in Chief.

general orders of the 19th ultimo, will continue to do duty in

the hospital of Her Majesty's 16th lancers, during the absence, FORT WILLIAM, 19TH MARCH 1838.- No. 44 of 1838. – Lieutenant on duty, of assistant apothecary Absalom, or until further Joseph Whiteford, of the 65th regiment pa ive infantry, is placed orders. at the disposal of the Goierument of Bengal, for the purpose of being employed in the thuggee department in the Moorsbedabad Head Quarters, Simla, 13th March 1838.-The Commander circle.

in Chief in India has been pleased to make the following appoilta

mnent, on His Excellency's personal stuff. Camp Kayrah, ifth Varch, 1828.—The following paragraphs

Ensigu R. H. Yea, of Her Majesty's 13th regiment of foot, to of a military letter from the Hon. the ourt of Directors, to the be aide de-camp, from the 1st instant. alress of the Governor General of India in ('ouncil. No. 9 of Lieutenant and Brevet Captain E. H. Ludlow is appointed to 1837, dated the 19th of December last are pub isted in general act as Adjutant to the riglit wing 4th battalion of artillery. orders, for the information of the army :

" l'ara 7. We have no objection to the promotion to the local rank of major general of the Colonels of Her Wajesty's army,

Head Quarters, Simla, 9th March 1838.-There being no serving in India, who were senior as such to Colonels of our qualitied officer present with the 26th regiment native infantry, arını, promoted to the rank of major general by tbe b.evet or Ensign J S. Knox of the 420 regiment, is appointed to act as the 104 Janury 18.37.

Interpreter and quarter master to that corps, vice Duucau .8.

Under the special circumstances in which local major nomlated to a situation in the political department, generals are placed, we consent to their bring considered as Captain Edward Fi zgerald Day, of the 1st company Ist batta. eligible to continue to reside in India, and to hold those brigade lion of artillery, is appointed wid de camp to major general C. commands which they would have held had their promotion not Brown, C. B. commanding the Beuares division, vice Mec Morin taken place, provided always that no interference be permitted posted to the horse artillery. with the comminands ou the gene al statt allotted to the major Fort William, 261h March, 1838.-No. 45 of 1838.-Mr. Craw. çenerals and Brigadie s of the Queen's and the Company's forces ford Trotter Chamberlain is admitted to the service, in confor. iespectively."

mity with bis appointment by the Hon, the Court of Directors as i cadet of infantry on this establisbmeut, and promoted to the

rank of Ensign, leaving the date of his commission for future adHead Quarlers, Simla, 5th March 1838.-The Mynpoorie sta tion order of the 19th ultimo, appointing Lirutenant E. T. Tier justinent.— Date of arrival at Port Williain, 204. Marcb 1838. Dry, interpreter and quarter master of the 28th regimeul bative infantry, to act as station staff, is confirmed.

Head Quarters Simla, 10th Alarch 1838.—The presidency di. vision order of the 23d ultimo, directing hospital apprentice J.

Fagao, lately attached to Her Majesty's lith ligbt dragoong, to Head Quarters, Simla, 6th March 1933.–Brigadier G. R join and so duty to Her Majesty's 9th regiment of foot, is confirmned. Penny's station order of the ist of January last, directing all

The Neemuch station order of the 8th oltimo, directing Surgeon reporis of the station of Barrackpore to be made to Colonel J.

W. Darby, of the 1st regiment light cavalry, to afford medical Cook, is confirmed.

aid to the Mewar division of artillery, is conticmed.

Gunner Jolin King, of the 4th company 4th battalion artillery, Head Quarters, Simla, 8th March 1839.- The Jubbulpore who was directed in general orders of the 21st of September last, station order of the 15th ultimo, directing surgen A. Simsoll, to be sent to the eye infirmary having been declared unfit for the M D., of the 46th, to afford medical aid to be 33d regiment of duties of a soldier, is transferred to the veteran company at bative infantry, on the departure of surgeon G. Smith, is con. Chunar, tirmed.

Lieutenent John Wedderburn Fraser, of the corps of engineers, Head Quarters, Simla , 13th March 1838.-The Cawnpore disuperintendent of the survey of the Cuttack province, is permit. vision order of the 3d instant, directing civil assistant surgeon J. ted to proceed to the Cape of Good Hope, on medical certificate, G is to perform the medical duties of the 34th regiment of native and to be absent from Bengal on that account for two years. infantry at Puitehgur, during the absence, on leave, of Surgeon

The leave of absence granted to Capiain C. J. Lewes, of the R, Tyıler, 1. d, is confirmed. 50th regiment native ioluntry, assistant commissary general, in The Allahabad garrison and cantonment order of the 24th Janu. general orders No, 238, of the 4th December last, is to have cfleetary, dircting all reports of the garrison and cantonment to be from the 6th of January uutil the 8th February last, iustead of we made to Lieulevant Colonel J. Orchard, commanding the 31st re. period thereiu stated.

giment of native infauiry, is confirmed.

Head Quarters, Simla, 14th March 1838.-The Meerut divi. 20th regiment pitive infantry. -Ensign C. R. Larkins, from sion or jers of the 24 and 5th intant, the former appointing Ist March to 15th November, to visit Simlo, on medical certiassistant surgeon A. Bryce, M. D, of the 1st brigade of horse ficate. artillery, to the medical charge of the detachment of convales cents proeeeding to Landour, and the latter directing bospital April to 30th September, to visit Mussoorie, on private affairs.

59th regiment patire infantry.-Ensign J. Gordon, from 30th apprentice A. W. Wallace, of Her Majesty's 3d buffs, to officiate as assistant steward with the detachment, are confirmed. dag, from 17th February to 17th March, to remain at the presi

62d regiment native infantry. - Lieutenant Colonel T. Dun. The Meerut station order of the 5th instant, making the depcy, on medical certiticate following non-commissioned staff appointments for the detchment of convalescents proceeding to Landour, under the command of Captain Mulie, of Her Majesty's 16th foot, is confirmed.

Head Quar!ers, Simla, 15th March 1838.-His Excellency the Sergeant Parkingson, of Her Majesty's 16th lancers, to be Ser Commander in Chief, with the sanction of the Right Hou, the geant major.

Governor General, is pleased to grant to the bative army, the Sergeant Ruggles, of Her Majesty's 16th foot, to be prevost indulgence of leave of absence, from the 1st proximo, under ibe sergeant.

following restric ions and limitations. Where circumstances may Cormoral McLean, of the 2d company 5th battaliou of artillery, authorized, a report is to be made to beat quarters.

prevent this indulgence from being granted to the full extent to be camp-Colourman.

To The troops stationed in Assam, at Dacca and Chittagong,

leave is granted to the extent of 4 native officers and 24 Decom. Head Quarlers, Simla, 15th March 1839.-Lieutenant Colonel missioned officers per regiment, and 15 privates per troop or T. Worsley's appointment on the 4th ultimo, of assistant surgeon company, to cease on the 1st January 1839. H. Bousfield, Altached to the civil station of Mynpoorie, to afford Orders will bereafter be issued relative to the furlough of tbe medical aid in the 29th regiment of native infantry, is confirmed troops in Sylhet and belongin, to the Meywar field force.

The Agra garrison and station order of the 3d instant, directing Corporal Thomas Gowland, of the European regiment, to officiate

To all other corps in the presidency division, except those as church clerk, during the absence, on leave, of pensioned Ser enumerated above, to corps in the Saugir division, in the vaina geant Rivett, is confirmed.

and Rajpootanah fir de forces, and in the Sirhiei division, lease The Karnaul station order of the 7th instant, appointing artinz

is granted to the sone number, lo cease on the loib November

next. sergeant m jor Ryan, of the left wing 2d battalion of artillery, to act as Bazar Sergeant at that station, is confirined as a tempo

To hill corps stationed nt Subathoo, Deyrah, and Kemacon, rary arrangement.

leave is to be granted to the same number, to cease on the 15tb December next

To the iroops of the line stationed in Kemaoon, leave is to be His Excellency the Commander in Chief is pleased to confirm granted to the same nuinber, from the 19th October next to the the following appointments of non-commissioned officers to a 5th April 1839. detachment of artillery drafts proceeding towards Saugor, under the cominand of Brevet Captain H. N. Pepper, to have effect

To the corris stationed in the Dinapore, Benares and Cayo. from the 12th of January last :

pore divisions at Allahabad, and in the Meerut division, (except. Gunners Charles Callum of the 1st company 3d battalion, to be in: Kemanon) leave is granted to 3 sative officers and 16 non. acting serzeant major ; William Bardin, or the 2d company 3a commis:ioned officers per regiment, and 10 privates per troop battalion, to be provost sergeant; Williain Warrington and James or company, until the 15th October next. Scofield of the 2d troop Ist Brigade, to be acting sergeant ; Ed

Commanding officers will be careful that leave is granted vih ward Pore and Johu Pancourt, of the 20 troop Ist Brigade, ani strict regard to priority of clajıns, and will limit the time granted Johu Best, of the 1st company 3d battalion, to be acting Corporal to individuals with reference to the distance of ibeir homes, and

the nature of thei business, so as to allow as full a participation The Commander in Chief is pleased to make the foll wing re.

as possible in the indulgence. movals and postings of warrant officers of the ordnance commis.

Officers and ineu going on furlough, ale to be remanded of the sariat department :

penalties attached to the overstaying of their leave, as well as the Conductor D. Ross, from the Agra magzine to the Hansi necessity of giving notice to their regiments, if sickness should de.

tain them at their bomes. depot, vice Carr, deceased,

The general orders of the 28th April 1810, containing precau, Conductors W. Gibson and J. Gower, from the Cawnpore to tionary directions to native troops, when travelling to or from the Saugor magazine, vice Gale deceased, and Wheeler, who has their regiments, is to be particularly explained to the offices obtained permission to retire from the service.

and men of every regiment, previous to their departure un leave, Sub.conductors R, Hunter, W. Cowan and A. McGregor,

The attention of commanding officers is directed to general now at the arsenal, are posted, the former to the Agra and the orders of the 1911 February 1834, regulating the mode or grant. tw, laiter to the Cawnpore magzine.

ing the leave now authorized, as regards non-commissioned Ensign J. S. Bristow is, at his own request, semored from office s. the 6th to the 71st regiment of native infantry, as youngest of

Much unnecessary correspondence being occasioned by general his rank.

officers, in their inspection reports, making refereuce to articles

"* wanting" without communicating what orders they have issued No. 47 of 1838.-Captain N. Lowis, of the 63d regiment na for correcting the difliciency, His Excellency the Commibuer iu tive infantry, an assistant to the general superintendent of the Chief requests they will be so good as to refer to para zraph operatious for the suppression of thuggee, has obtained in the the 5th of a quemorandum, dated Adjutant General's office, efla General Department, leave of absence from the 20th instant, to Septeinber Isis, and, in future, render their reports in strict visit the presidency, with a view to applying for leave to proceed accordance theret", in the particular alluded to. to sea, on medical certificate.

The lease of absence granted to Captain George Cox, of tbe 67th Regiment native infantry.-Li-utenant and Adjutant F

65th regiment native intautry, in general orders No 241, daled Rainsford, from 5th May, to 5th September to visit the presi- the 11th December last, to visit Boinbay, is cancelled. dency, preparatory to submitting an application for furlough to

Lieutenant C. H Thomas, of the 11th regiment Dative infotry Europe.

an assistant to the general ouperintendent of the operations loc 4th battalion artillery -l'oloned A. Lindsay, C B. from 31. the soupression of thusgee, having returned to his duties on the April to 3d October, to visit the hills rorib or Deyab, on private 18th February, his leave of abseice from that date to the Ist of affairs.

April next, has been cancelled iu the political departinent uuder 26th regiment native infantry.- Major G. Huish, from 25th date the 11th instani. April to 25th October to visit Mussoorie, on private affairs. The leave of absence, for six months, granted to Captain H. H.

68th regiment native infantry.Lieut. and Adjt. E P. Bryant, Arnaud, of the 31th regiment of native infantry, in general orders from 151h April to 30th July, to visit the presidecy, on private of the 23d ultimo, is cancelled at his request, affairs, and apply for furlough.

The leave of absence granted in general orders of the 24th Dirision Stafl. - Captain J. S, H, Weston, Deputy Judge Ad uitimo, lo Captain J Nash, of the 43d regiment of palire infan. vocate General, Meerut division, from 1st April to 1st October 10 try, is cancelled at his request. visit the hills norih, of Deyrab, on private affairs.

Major Jolin Barclay of the 4th regiment light cavaliy, haring !5th regiment native infantry.-Ensign B. M. Loveday, late been declared incapable of performing the active duties of his doing duty with the 37th N. 1. from Ist March to Ist September profession, is, at his own request, transferred to the lövalid Esta.

blisbment. to reinain at Agra, on private affairs.

16th regiment native Infantry.-Captain H. M. Graves, from 15th April to 15th October to visit Mussoorie, on private assairs

No. 46 of 1833.—The Hon, the Prisident in Council having Tath regiment rative infantry -Ensign Frederick C. Tombs, approved of a compilation of orders for the conduct of the medi. from 5th March to 5th August, iu extension, to remain at Bareil al Department of the Bengal army, bereby establishes the same ly, on private affairs.

as a code of Regulations for the guidance of all corps and depart ments to which it relates

The Hon. the President in conncil is pleased to annul and 18th regiment patire infantry.- Ensign Francis Tombs, from to declare to be abrogated from and after the 30th April next, oil 5th March to 5th September, in extention, to remain at Bareil existing regulations inililating against any part of the code Bow y, on private affairs.

established,

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Quarter Master Sergeant John Dalton, of the 21st, is appointed Head Quarters, Simla, 15th February 1838-No. 104 His Sergeant Major to the 20th regiment native insanıry at Loodianah, Excellency the Commander. in Chief has been pleased to direct vice Acton, deceased.

the publication of the following circular memorandum and letter Quarter Master Sergeant John Cooke, of the 584, is appointed for the information of Her Majesty's troops in India.

MEMORANDUM. Sergeant Major to the 41th regiment of native infantry at Etawah, (CIRCULAR) vice Reilly transferred to the loth lative infantry.

The General Cominanding in Chief desires, that all recom. Quarter Master Sergeant Thomas Mahon, of the 51st, is an non-Commissioned officers or soldiers, may be accompanied by

mendations for the restoration of Service, forfeited by either pointe ser scant majur to the 65th regiment native iufautry at a correct transcript of the record of the service of the indivi. Barrackpore, vice Rigginbottom, promoted to sub-conductor.

daal, on a separate sheet, according to the form issued by the

War Office on the 21st March 1836. The following non-commissioned officers, of the regiment of

By Command, &c. artillery, are transferred to the town major's list, and appointed

(Signed JOHN MACDONALD, A. G. quarter master sergeants to the corps specified opposite to their names :

Staff Sergeant William Templeton, of the 1st company 5th bat. (CIRCULAR, No. 820) talion, to the 24 regiment native infantry at Lucknow, vice Cat

War Office, 30th September 1637. ling invalided.

SIR, -It having been ascertained that sums of

G. 50045 Money paid to soldiers on their discharge for Drill Sergeant Henry Burgoyne, of the 5th battalion to the 4th

arrears of pay, or advance of pension, are frequently regiment native infantry at Gorackpore, vice Heery remanded.

61 squandered before the men arrive at their places Sergeant James Tyrrell, of the 4th company 21 battalion, to

of residence, I am directed by the secretary at the 21st regiment native infantry at Kurnaul, vice Dalton ap.

War to acquaint you, that arrangements bave been pointed sergeant major to the 2uth regiment.

made, with the coucurrence of the General Commanding in Chief, Sergeant James Foohy, of the 20 company 2 battalion, to the for differing the payment of such sums until the men shall have 261h regiment native infantry at Meerut, vive Crossley appointed reached their destinations, and to suggest, that similar directions sergeant mujor.

should be given to the agent of the regiment under your com. Sergennt Thomas Morgan, of the Ist company Ist battalion, to mand, in regard to any payments to be made to disc barged men, the 51st native infantry at Dinapore, vice slabon appointed ser- either on account of family remittances, or oui of any regimenti geant major to the 65th reginent.

land which may exist, from which contributions are inade to men Sergeant Peter Montgomery, of the 2d company ith battalion, to

on their discharge. the 57ih regiment tative infantry at Barrackpore, vice William.

I havo, &c. son deceased

(Signed) L. SULIYAN.

OFFICER COMMANDING, The following non coinmissioned officers, of the Enropean regi.

-Regt of ment, are trausferred to the towu major's list, and appointed quirter master sergeants to the corps specified opposite to their The lease of absence granted by His Excellency Lieutenant names :

General Sir P. Maitland, K. C. B. to Surgeon Macdopuel, 57th Sergeant Adam McGregor to the 5th regiment of native infantry foot, to proceed to England, for 2 years, from date of einbarkation, at Benares, vice Daltou transferred to the Nusseree battalion. on medical certificate is confirmed

Sergeant John Nicholas to the 21th antive infan:ry at Myn. Sergeants The division order by Major General Sir Wil. poorie, vice Jones appoin ed sergeant major to the 72.1 regiment. Corporal loughby Cotton, C B. and K. C. H. of the 10th Sergeant Andrew Brenan to the tih regiment native infantry Privates

26 ultimo, directing the mach of a detachment of at Banda, viee Sutcliffe transferred to the Oude auxiliary force.

Women 3 volunteers for Her Majesty's 491h regiment, as Sergeant David Clunie to the 53d dative infantry at Meerut.

Childern per margin, under the command of Ensign Brock. vice Cooke appointed sergeant major to the 41th regiment.

man of that corps, is coufirmed. The leare of absence, for six months, granted to Apothecary J Dougins, in General Orders of the 29th December last, is to The division orders by Major General Sir Willonghby Cotion, have effect froin the 1st of may uext, instead of from the date C. B. and K. C. H. granting leave of absence to the nndermen. therein specified.

tioned officers to proceed to England, each, for 2 years from date Quarter master sergeant Laurence Cullen, of the 7th light ca

of embarkation, on medical certificale, are confirmed : valry, is appointed to act as sergeant major to that regiment, vice 3d Light Dragoons.-Lieutenant E. G. Swinton. Ray acting as riding master, during the absence, on fourlough, of

16th Lancers,-Lieutenant J. O. Burridge. ridin: master Jordan

26th Foot-Ensign W. B. Park, Sergeant John Cook, of the 20 troop 2d brigade horse artillery is appointed to act as quarter master sergeant to the 7th regi

318 idillo-Ensign T J. Bourke. ment of light cavalry, vice Cullen.

Phe leave of absence granted by His Excellency Lieutenant Genl. Sir J. Keane, to Lieutenant Bennett, 20 ot, to proceed

to Eugland, for 2 years from date of embarkation, on privato GENERAL ORDERS TO THE Queen's TROOPS.

affairs, is confirmed. Ilead Quarters, Simia, 12th February 1838. No. 102.--Her The undermentioned officers bave leave of absence : Majesty has been pleased to make the following promotions and 3. Foot-Captain G. J. Austin, from 1st May to 1st Norem. appointments in the regiments serving in India :

ber, to visit the bills north of Deyrah, on private affairs 13th Light Dragoons. -Captain Thomas Pilling Long to be Ma

Ditto-Lieutenant A. J. Camerou, from 7th February to ist jor, without purchase, rice Ta for deceased , 27th November 1936 May, to visit Mussoorie, on private affairs.

Lieutenant George Manners to be Captain, vice Laug, 1519, 26th ditto-Captain C. Hogarth, to proceed to sea, for 6 September 1837.

months from date of embarkanion, ou urgent private affairs. Cornet Joan Hamilton Gray to be Lieutenant, vice Manners

31st dillo-Captain H. L. McGhee, from Ist March to 31st 15th Sept 1837.

August, to proceed to Cawnpore, on private affairs. Cornet and Adjutaut Charles Floyd to bave the rank of Lieute

49th ditto-Lieutenant H. J. Turner, from 1st March to 31st nant, 16th September 1837.

August, to visit Meerut and the Hills, on private affairs,
William Highmore Rosser, gent. to be Cornet, rice Gray, 15th
September 1337.

Head Quarters, Simla, 16th February 1838,- No. 105-At 20 Foot - Ensign Thomas A Nixon to be Lieutenant, without a general court martiel held at Fort William, on Monday, the purchase, vice Walton deceased, 6th February 1837.

sd day of January 1838, Cornet Edmond Roche, of Her Majesty's Gentleman Cadet Thomas Addison, from the Royal Military 22dlight dragoons, was arraigned on the following charge :College, to be Ensign, vice Nixon, 15th September 1837.

Charge,-“ For Conduct unbecoming an officer and a Gentle. 4th Foot.-Lieutenant Farquhar 11. Campbell to be Captain, by insulted Mr. "Henry Powball Sawell, third mate of the ship

mau, in having, on the night of the 12th of October 1837, grossly purchase, vice Westmacott, who retires, 6th October 1837.

Ensign Charles Staniforth Hext to be Lieutenant, by purcbase, Thomas Grenville, by striking him a blow, which knocked him vice Campbell, 6th October 1837. Ensigo Willam Wilby to be Lientenant, by purchase, vice

Upon which charge the court came to the following decision : Zouch, who retires, 7th October 1837.

Finding.--" The court, npon the evidence upon before them,

are of opinion, that the prisoner Cornet Edmond Roche, of Her John Hales Glazbrook, gent. to be Ensign, by purchase, vice Majesty's 3d light dragoons, is guilty of having on the night of Hext, 61h October 1837.

the 12th of October 1837, sirnck Mr. Henry Pownail Sawell, 6th Foot. - Lieutenant Andrew David Alston Stewart, from the third mate of the ship Thomas Grenville ; but the Court taking 42d regiment, to be Lieutenant, vice Lord Charles Kerr, who ex. into cousideration the great and continued provocation received changes, 1st September 1937,

by Co het Roche, fully acquit him the remainder of the

charge. 4184 Foot --Lientenant General Sir Ralwb Darling, from the 99th foot, to the Colonel, vice Lientenant General Honorable Sir Sentence.--" The court sentence the prisoner Cornet Edmond Edward Stopford, G, C. B. deceased, 26th September 1837. Rocbe, of Her Majesty's 3d light dragoons, to be severely to make the following pomotions and alteration of rank : March to 15th April to proceed to Allahabad, on private affairs.

cers.

Codrington, of the 19th native infantry, toact as staff to a 21th regiment pative infantry.-Lieutenant T. Mackintosh,

detachment, of the strength noted from 10th March to loth July, to visit Malda, og private affairs. 39th regt, N I. in the margin, under the command

62d Regimeut Native Infantry. - Lieutenant JC. Alderson, 49k reg. N. I.

of Lieutenant Colonel C.R. Skar. from 1816 February 1838 10 17th February 1939, to visit Mussoorie, 2 companirs 71 st N. I. dou; directing surgeon J Griegtoon medical certificale. Left wing 3d locui hurse. afford medical aid to the flank Riyht wing 4th local horse. companies of the the 7 si native from 15th February to 15th March, to remain in Calcutta, er

67th re,iment native infantry –Lieutenat Cononel R. Chalmers, infantry; and assistant surgeon

medical certificate, J. Warrall, MD to perform the medical duties of the left wing 3d local horse are confirmed,

Lieutenant Andrew Ramsay, of the 34th regiment N.I., assis Ensign d Murrieson, of the 3d regiment nalive infantry, is the Cape of Good Hope on medical certificate, and to be absent

tant to be commissioner in Kumaon, is permined to proceed to appointed to act as intrpreter and quarter inaster to the : st light from Bengal on that account for two years. cavalry, duriug the absence of Lieutenant Sinith, or until further orders.

Captain Charles Herbert White, of the 8th regiment light ca.

valry, having been declared incapable of performing the active This order to have effect from the 19th ultimo,

duties of his profession, is, at his own request, transferred to the

invaliid establishment, from the 20th February last. Head Quarters, Simla, 3d March, 1838.–The Dinapore The leave of absence obtained by Eosign William Maitlan, station order of the 19.11 ultimo, appointing Lieutenant inter. Roherts, of the 30ih regiment, NI, in general orders No. 34 of preter and quarter master W. Lamb, of the 31st regiment of the 5th instant, is to commeuce from the oth February last. Dative infantry, to act as station stail, during the absence, ou 17th regiment native infantıy.--Captain T. Cooke, from 25th duty, of Captain Thompson, is confirmed.

April to 25tu October to visit Sila, on private affaiis. The Sirbind artillery division oriler of the 20th ultimo, appoint. 17th regiinent native infantry.- Ensign H.P. Budd, from 25th ing 2d Lieutenant W. Timbrell lo act as Altjutant to the left April to 25th October, to visit simla, ou private affairs. wing of the 2d battalion of artillery, vice Cookson deceased , is confirmed,

Camp, Paneepul, 28th February, 1838.— The Right Hon'ble The Kornaul station order of the 6th altimo, appointing lance the Governor General is pleased to sanction an encrease to the 1st Corporal Isaac Francoinbe, of Her Majesty's 13th light infantry, corps of local horse, of an additional or tenth ressallah, into to act as church clerk, is confirmed,

which will be incorporated such number of the forty sowars, ori. Assistant apothecary G. fligginson and assistant steward J. ginally raised in the civil de partinent for Jheend, and now em. Hennessy, recently arrived with a detachment of artillery ai ployed in the Bhuitee countiy, as may be found in every respect

fit for the service. Kurnaul, are directed to proceed, the former to Cawnpoie, and the latter to Meerut, and to do iftty under the orders of the Qurler Master Serjeant Dennis Collins, of the 1st brigade superintending sergeons at those stations,

horse artillery, is a imitted to the benefits of the pension sance

tioned by minutes of council of theilth January 1797 and general Sergeant Mjor Charlrs Stewart, of the 381h regiment of native orders dated 511 February 1820, subject to the conti mation of infantry, is appointed Bazar Surgeant at Mhow, vice Burrows. the Hon. the Court of Directors, with permissiou to receive his

stipend at Meerut. 26th February.- His Excellency the Commaniler in Chief is pleased to order the following removals and postings of field olli. No. 39 of 1838.- Lieutenant J. W. Fraser, of the corps of elp

gineers, superintendant of the Cuttack survey obtained leave ru Colonel (Brigadier) John Tombs, from the 8th to the 4th regi. I be judicial and revenire department, under date the 27th ultimo, ment of light cavalry.

to be absent from the station from the 10th March till the 10th Colonel Samuel Smith, new promotion, to the 8th regiment of May next, on medical certificate. light cavalry.

The appoigoment of Ensign M. E. Sherwill, of the Goth régiLieutenant Colonel James Caulfielil, C. B. (on staff employ) with the Onde auxiliary force, was cancelled try the Governor

meni native infantry, under date the 29th January last, to serse from the 1st to the 8th regiinent of light cavalry.

General, in the Political depatment, on the 19th ultimo, it ap. Lieutenant Colonel James William Roberdeau, new promotivearing to be at variance with the general order dated the 2111 on, to the (st regiment of light cavalry.

September 1832. Cornet Mathew Wood, who wis brought on the effective strength in Government general orders N... 24, of the 12th in- 5th March.-His Excellency the Commander in Chief is pleased stanı, is posted to the 4th regiment of light cavalry, and directed to make the following appoinment : to join.

451h regiment native inf ntıy.-Lieutenant G. Biddalph ta

be Adjutaut, vice W. Biddulph, who has emkarked for Europe. The undermentioned officers are permitted to proceed to Eu. rope on furlough ;

19th March -His Honor in Council is pleased to make the Captain John Studholme Hodgson, of the 12th regiment N. I

following appointment in the de, äitinent of public works : and captain Andrew Charlton, of the 74th Regt. N I second in Lieutenant John Gilmore, of the corps of engineers, to the command of the Assain light iufantry, ou medical certificate. emporary charge of the Burrisa ul division.

No. 37 of 1938.-Surgeon John Tarner, of the medical depart PORT WILLIAM 19TH MARCH.-1838.-No. 41 of 1838.-The Hon. ment, is permitted to retire from the service of the East India the President in Council is pleased to make the following pro Company, on the pension of his tank, from the Ist instant.

motions :

8th regiment light cavalry.-Lieutenant and Breret Captain Head Quarters, Simia, 24th February, 1838.-The under. Christopher George Fagan to be Lieutenaut, from the 2016 Fe

George Alexander Barber to be Captain of a Troop, and Corbet mentioned oflicers have leave of absence : Division staff-Capt. F. Angelo, deputy Judge Advocate transferred to the invalid establishment.

bruary 18-8, in succession to Captaia Cbarles Herbert White, Genl., Siibind division, from 2511 March 138 to 25th March 1839, to visit the hills, north of Deyrah, on medical certificate.

Supernumerary Cornet Francis Walker Drummond is brought 8th regiment light cavalry.- Cornet T. T. Tucker, from nith

on the effective strength of the Cavalry. February 1838 to 1st February 1839, to visit the bills north of 74th regiment native infantry.-Captain Andrew Spens to bo Deyrah, on medical certificate.

Major, Lieutenant Henry William Leacock to be Captain of a 6th regiment native infantry:-Lieut. and Brevet Captain D. the 1st March 1838, in succession to Major Hector Mackenzie

company, and Ensigu Charles Gordon to be Lieutenant, froso c. Keiller, from Ist April to 1st July, to visit Poorie, on private deceased. affairs.

2012 regiment natire infantry.- Lieutenant R. H. Seale, from 151h April to 15th October to visit Delhi, on private atfairs.

No. 42 of 1833.—The Hon the President in Council is pleased 43d regiment native infantry. -Captain J. Nash, froin 15th

Regiment of Artillery.--Ist Lieutenant and Brevet Captain 62d regiment natire infantıy-Lieutenant D. E, Brewster, retired; with rank from the 16th of October, 1837, vice Captain

Joseph Turton to be Captain, vice Captain Lewis Burraighs from 15th March to 15th June, to visit Shahjehanpore, on private Edward Cumberland Thomas Bostock Hughes deceased. affairs. 351h regiment native infantry.-Surgeon T. M. Munro, from Ist Lieutenant and Brevet Captain Joseph Turton promoted ;

20 Lieutenant Wm. Kerby Warner to be ist Lient nant, vice 21 Feb. to 20th Marib, to visit the presidency, preparatory to with rauk from the 20th of February, 1933, vice Ist Lieuteuant submitting an application for perinission to retire from the service

and Brevet Captain George James Cook son deceased. 'This cancels the leave granted to surgeon Munro, in eneral

Supernumerary 2d Lieutenant Jobu Mill is brought on the orders of the 24th June last.

effective strength of the regiment of artillery. 88th regiment native ipfintry',-Colonel W. Nott, from 30th Mediral Department - Assistant Surgeon John MeGareston March to 30th Oct, to visit Mussoorie, ou private atinirs.

to be Surgeon, vice Surgeon George Gunning Campbell retired

with rank from the 1st of March, 1834, vice Surgeon Joba Turner No. 43 of 1838 -Captain II. Rother ford, of the regiment of retired.

artillery, princial assistant to the commissioner of Assam, obtain. Regiment of artillery -Capt. W. Anderson, to rank from 11th ed, in the judicial and revenue departmeent, under dare the 20th October 1937, in the room of L. Burroughs retired ; 1st Lts J.

ultimo, an extension of leave of absence from the 20th (ctober L. C. Richardson, to rank from With October 18,7, in the room oi 1837 to the 1st February last, the latter being the dare of his W. Anderson promoted ; M Mackenzie, to innk from 16th Oet, cereiving charge of the Gowalparah division. 1837, in the room or J. Turton promoted ; W. Timbrell, to rank Captain J. Drummond, of the 19th regiment native infantry, from 17th November 1837, in the room of A. Cariew, deceased commanding the Khoordah Paik company, obtained, in the judi.

Medical department.-Surgs. H. Clark, io rank from 1st Sept. cial and revenue department, under date the 9th instant, leave 1845, in the room of G G Campbell retired; N. vorgan, to of absence for eleven months, on medical certificate, from the rank from 2d S prember 1835, in the room of P S. Matthews 1st March 1838 to the 1st Februnry 1839, to visit the Himalaya deceased : J. Davidsou, to rank from 5th September 1835, in the mountains. room of J. Ekford deceased; 1. Motiley. to rank from 3d 25th Regiment patite infantry.-Captain T. 0. O'Beirne, from October 1835, in the room of G. Skipton deceased ; J. Roland. 2516 February to 25th August to visit the presidency, preparato rank from 15th October 1835, in the room of J. Allan tory to submitting an application for furlough. MD., deceased ; E, J. Yratman, MD., 'o rank from 12th

Medical staff-superintending surgeon C. Campbell, Sirhind March 1836, in the room of J. Henderson deceased ; J Innes, division, from 7th March, to 31st March to visit Simla, on private MD, to rank from 19h March 18.36, in the room of 0. Wray, affairs, dereksed; G. Smith, tu rank om 21st March 1836, in the room of R. N Buinard di ceased ; J F. Stegart, M. D., to rank from

5th battalion artillery-Lieutenant J.LC. Richardson, from 11tb Nvember 1836, in the room of J. Clarke deceased ; A

Ist April, to 1st November, to visit the presidency and Cherra McK. Clark to rank from 5th December 1836, in the room of Poonjee, on private affairs. W. A Venoir retirer : J. Colvin, M D. to rank from Ist Feb. 141h regiment native infantry-Ensigo C.L. Showers, from 10th ruary 1837, in the room of N. Maxwell, M.D., retired ; W March to Loth March, 1830, to visit the hills north of Dey, ah, on Stevenson, Sr to rank rom 5th March 1837, in the room of medical certificate. Tytler deceased ; W Bell, to rank from 21 st March 1937, in the Ist regiment light cavalry-Lieutenant Colonel J.W. Rober. room of J. J. Patterson deceased ; J. George, to rank from deau, from 26th February to 26th August, to visit Simla, od pri. Ist May 1837, in the room of R. Grabame invalided ; J. S. Sul vate affairs. livan, to rank from 3d May 1837, in the room of James Duncan deceased ;J W. Grant, to rank fro. I sth July 1837, in the

27th regiment native infantry-Ensign S. Arden, from 7th loom of D Renton deceased ; R Sbaw, to rank froin loth Juls and apply for furluugb.

March to 7th July, to visit the presidency; on medical certificate, 1837, in the room of W P Muston deceased ; A. W. St. arel, 'to rank from Ist August 1937, in the rooi of W. Thomas retired ; Mr. J.V. Law, of the pension establishment, is permitted to CC. Egert in, to rank from 31th Dec 1837, in the room of J. reside and draw his stipend at Cawapore, instead of Futtehghur. Swiney, MD, retired; J. Menzies,, to rank from 19th Feb 1838, Conductor R. Sault, of the invalid pension establishment, is in the room of J.M. Tudd deceased; B. Wilson, to rank from 1st pernitted to reside and draw his stipend at Agra, instead of March 1838, in the rooi of T. 1. Munro retired.

Dinapore, The services of Assistant Surgeon James Anderson, M. D. are Captain T.C. Wilton, of the invalid establishmeut, is permitted placed at the disposal of the Hon'ble the Deputy Governor of to reside at Deibi, and to draw his pay aud allowances from the Bengal, for the medical dnties of the civil s ation of Beerbhoom, Agra pay office. vice Assistanı Surgeon George Rae, placed at his own request. Assistant Apothecary Richard Bean, promoted in Government at the diposed of His Excelleucy the Commander in chief.

general orders of the 19th ultimo, will crutinue to do duty in

the hospital of Her Majesty's 16th lancers, during the absence, FORT WILLIAM, 19 ru MARCH 1838.- No. 41 of 1838.- Lieutenant duty, of assistant apothecary Absalom, or until further Joseph Whiteford, of the 651h regiment pa ive infantry, is placed orders. at the disposal of the Gu: erument of Bengal, for the purpose of being einployed in the thuugee department in tbe Moorsbedabad Head Quarters, Simla, 13th March 1838.-The Commander circle.

in Cbiel in India has been pleased to make the following appoint.

inent, on His Excellency's personal staff. Camp Kayrah, isth March, 1828. — The following paragraphs Ensigu R. H. Yea, of Her Majesty's 13th regiment of foot, to of a military letter from the Hon. the « ourt of Directors, to the be aide-de-camp, from the 1st ivstant. address of it. Governor General of India in ('ouncil. No. 9 of Lieutenant and Brevet Captain E. H. Ludlow is appointed to 1837, dated the 19th of December last are pab ished in general act as Adjutant lo the right wing 4th battalion of artillery. orders, for the information of the army :

* l'ara 7. We have no objection to the promotion to the local rank of major general of the Colonels of Her Wajesty's army,

Head Quarters, Simla, 9th March 1838. –There being no serving in India, who were senior as such to Colonels of our qualified officer present with the 26th regiment nutive infantry, arını, promoted to tht rank of major general by the b.evet of Ensign J S. Knox of the 424 regiment, is appointed to act as the 19th Janury 18.37.

Interpreter and quarter master to that corps, vice Duncan

nomicated to a situation in the political department. .8. Unter the special circumstances in which local major generals are placed, we consent to their brink considered as Captain Edward Fi zgerald Day, of the 1st company Ist batta. eligible to continue to reside in India, and to hold those brigade lion of Hitillery, is appointed Aid.de camp to major general C. commands which thry would have held bad their promotion got Brown, C. B. commanding the Benares division, vice Mec Morin taben place, provided always that no interference be permitted posted to the lorse artillery. with the commands ou the gene al staff allotted to the major Port William, 26th March, 1838.-No. 45 of 1838. - Mr. Craw. generals and Brigadie s of the Qucen's and the Company's forces ford Trotter Chamberlain is admitted to the service, in conforItspectively."

inity with bis appointment by the Hon, the Court of Directors as a cadet os intaniry on this establisbmeut, and promoted to the

rank of Ensign, leaving the date of his commission for future adHead Quarlers, Simla, 5th March 1838.-The Mynpoorie sta justment.-Date of arrival at Fort Williamn, 2009 March 1888. rion order of the 19th uilino, appointing Lirutenant é. T. Tier. nry, interpreter aud quarter master of the 28th regimeut native iufantry, to act as station stafl, is confirmed.

Head Quarters Simla, 10th Alarch 1838.—The presidency di. vision order of the 23d ultimo, directing hospital apprentice J.

Fagav, lately attached to Her Majesty's Ilth ligbt dragoons, to Head Quarters, Simla, 6th March 1933.–Brigadier G. R join and do duty to Her Majesty's 9th regiment of foot, is coufirined. Penny's station order of the 1st of January last, directing all reporis of the station of Barrackpore to be made to Colonel J. w. Darby, of the 1st regiment light cavalry, to afford medical

The Neemuch station order of the 8th ultimo, directing Surgeon Cook, is condirmed.

aid to the Mewar division of artillery, is contirmed.

Gunner Jobn King of the 4th company 4th battalion artillery, Head Quarters, Simla, 8ch March 1838.-The Jubbulpore who was directed in general orders of the 21st of September last, station order of the 15th ultimo, directing surge o A. Simsoll, to be sent to the eye infirmary having been declared untit for the M D., of the 46th, to afford medical aid to "he 33d regiment of duties of a soldier, is transferred to the veteran company at pative infantry, on the departure of surgeon G. Smith, is con. Chunar. firmed.

Lieutenent John Wedderburn Fraser, of the corps of engineers, Head Quarters, Simla , 13th March 1838.-The Cawnpore di. superintendent of the survey of the Cuttack province, is permit. | vision order of the 3d instant, directing civil assistant surgeon J. ted to proceed to the Cape of Good Hope, on medical cei tificiste, G es to perform the medical duties of the 34th regiment of native and to be absent froin Bengal ou that account for two years. infantry at Futtehgur, during the absenc", on leave, of Surgeon

The leave of absence granted to Captain C. J. Lewes, of the R. Tyiler, ill. a. is confirmed. 50th regiment native infantry, assistant commissary general, in The Allahabad garrison and cantonment order of the 24th Janu. general orders No. 23%, of the 4th December last, is to have effect ary, dir-eting all reports of the garrison and cantonment to be from the 6th of January until the 8th February last, iustead of the made to Lieutenant Colonel J. Orchard, commanding the 31st reperiod thereiu stated,

giment of native mfauiry, is coufirwed.

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