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with rank from the 1st of March, 183%, vice Surgeon John Turner retired.
Captain J. Drummond, of the 19th regiment native infantry, commanding the Khoordah Paik company, obtained, in the judi
Regiment of artillery -Capt. W. Anderson, to rank from 11th October 1937, in the room of L. Burroughs retired; ist Lts J. L. C. Richardson, to rank from 11th October 1847, in the room of W. Anderson promoted; M Mackenzie, to ank from 16th Oct 1837, in the room of J. Turton promoted; W. Timbrell, to rank from 17th November 1837, in the room of A. Cardew, deceased Medical department.-Surgs. H. Clark, to rank from 1st Sept.cial and revenue department, under date the 9th instant, leave 1845, in the room of G G Campbell retired; N. Morgan, to of absence for eleven months, on medical certificate, from the rank from 24 S prember 1835, in the room of F S. Matthews 1st March 1838 to the 1st Februnry 1839, to visit the Himalaya deceased; J. Davidson, to rank from 5th September 1835, in the mountains. room of J. Eckford deceased; Motiley, to rank from 3d October 1835, in the room, of G. Skipton deceased; J. Roland. to rank from 15th October 1835, in the room of J. Allan M D., deceased; E. J. Yeatman, M March 1836, in the room of J. Henderson deceased; J. Innes, D., to rank from 12th MD, to rank from 19th March 1836, in the oom of O. Wray, deceased; G. Smith, to rank fom 21st March 1836, in the room of R. N Burnard d. ceased; J F. Steuart, M. D., to rank from 11th N vember 1836, in the room of J. Clarke deceased; A McK. Clark to rank from 25th December 1836, in the room of W. A. Venour retired; J. Colvin, MD. to rank from 1st Feb. ruary 1837, in the room of N. Maxwell, M. D., retired; W Stevenson, Sr to rank rom 5th March 1837, in the room of J. Tytler deceased; W Bell, to rank from 21st March 1837, in the of J. J. Patterson deceased; J. George, to rank from 1st May 1837, in the room of R. Grabame invalided; J. S. Sullivan, to rank from 3d May 1837, in the room of James Duncan deceased; J W. Grant, to rank fro 18th July 1837, in the 100m of D Renton deceased; R Shaw, to rank from 10th July 1837, in the room of W P Muston deceased; A. W. Staret, 'to rank from 1st August 1937, in the room of W. Thomas retired; CC. Egert in, to rank from 31th Dec 1837, in the room of J. Swiney, MD, retired; J. Menzies,, to rank from 19th Feb 1838, in the room of J.M. Todd deceased; B. Wilson, to rank from Ist March 1838, in the room of T. . Munro retired.
The services of Assistant Surgeon James Anderson, M. D. are placed at the disposal of the Hon'ble the Deputy Governor of Bengal, for the medical duties of the civil s ation of Beerbhoom, vice Assistant Surgeon George Rae, placed at his own request. at the diposed of His Excellency the Commander in Chief.
No. 43 of 1838-Captain H. Rutherford, of the regiment of artillery, princial assistant to the commissioner of Assam, obtained, in the judicial and revenue departmeent, under dare the 20th ultimo, an extension of leave of absence from the 20th October
Head Quarters, Simla, 8th March 1839.-The Jubbulpore station order of the 15th ultimo, directing surgeon A. Simson, M D., of the 46th, to afford medical aid to the 33d regiment of native infantry, on the departure of surgeon G. Smith, is con firmed.
Lieutenent John Wedderburn Fraser, of the corps of engineers, superintendent of the survey of the Cuttack province, is permit. ted to proceed to the Cape of Good Hope, on medical certificate, and to be absent from Bengal on that account for two years.
1837 to the 1st February last, the latter being the dare of his cereiving charge of the Gowalparah division.
25th February to 25th August to visit the presidency, prepara25th Regiment native infantry.-Captain T. O. O'Beirne, from tory to submitting an application for furlough.
division, from 7th March, to 31st March to visit Simla, on private Medical staff-superintending surgeon C. Campbell, Sirhind affairs.
5th battalion artillery-Lieutenant J.L C. Richardson, from 1st April, to 1st November, to visit the presidency and Cherra Poonjee, on private affairs.
14th regiment native infantry-Ensign C.L. Showers, from 10th medical certificate. March to 10th March, 1830, to visit the hills north of Deyiah, on
deau, from 26th February to 26th August, to visit Simla, on pri. 1st regiment light cavalry-Lieutenant Colonel J.W. Robervate affairs.
27th regiment native infantry-Ensign S. Arden, from 7th and apply for furlough. March to 7th July, to visit the presidency; on medical certificate,
reside and draw his stipend at Cawnpore, instead of Futtehghur. Mr. J.V. Law, of the pension establishment, is permitted to permitted to reside and draw his stipend at Agra, instead of Conductor R. Sault, of the invalid pension establishment, is Dinapore.
to reside at Delhi, and to draw bis pay and allowances from the Captain T.C. Wilton, of the invalid establishmeut, is permitted Agra pay office.
Assistant Apothecary Richard Bean, promoted in Government general orders of the 19th ultimo, will continue to do duty in on duty, of assistant apothecary Absalom, or until further the hospital of Her Majesty's 16th lancers, during the absence, orders.
Head Quarters, Simla, 9th March 1838.-There being no qualified officer present with the 26th regiment native infantry, Ensign J S. Knox of the 42d regiment, is appointed to act as Interpreter and quarter master to that corps, vice Duncan nominated to a situation in the political department.
Head Quarters Simla, 10th March 1838.-The presidency di vision order of the 23d ultimo, directing hospital apprentice J. Rjoin and do duty to Her Majesty's 9th regiment of foot, is confirmed. Fagan, lately attached to Her Majesty's 11th light dragoons, to
lion of artillery, is appointed Aid-de camp to major general CCaptain Edward Fi zgerald Day, of the 1st company 1st battaBrown, C. B. commanding the Benares division, viceMec Morin posted to the horse artillery.
ford Trotter Chamberlain is admitted to the service, in confor. Fort William, 26th March, 1838.-No. 45 of 1838.-Mr. Craw. mity with bis appointment by the Hon. the Court of Directors as a cadet of infantry on this establishment, and promoted to the justment.-Date of arrival at Fort William, 20th March 1838. rank of Ensign, leaving the date of his commission for future ad
W. Darby, of the 1st regiment light cavalry, to afford medical The Neemuch station order of the 8th ultimo, directing Surgeon aid to the Mewar division of artillery, is confirmed.
who was directed in general orders of the 21st of September last, Gunner John King, of the 4th company 4th battalion artillery, to be sent to the eye infirmary having been declared unfit for the duties of a soldier, is transferred to the veteran company at Chunar.
vision order of the 3d instant, directing civil assistant surgeon J. Head Quarters, Simla, 13th March 1838.-The Cawnpore diG as to perform the medical duties of the 34th regiment of native infantry at Futtehgur, during the absence, on leave, of Surgeon R. Tyler, m. d, is confirmed.
The leave of absence granted to Captain C. J. Lewes, of the 50th regiment native infantry, assistant commissary general, in general orders No. 238, of the 4th December last, is to have effectary, directing all reports of the garrison and The Allahabad garrison and cantonment order of the 24th Janu from the 6th of January until the 8th February last, instead of the made to Lieutenant Colonel J. Orchard, commanding the 31st recantonment to be period therein stated, giment of native infantry, is confirmed.
Head Quarters, Simla, 14th March 1838.-The Meerut division orders of the 2d and 5th intant, the former appointing assistant surgeon A. Bryce, M. D., of the 1st brigade of horse Artillery, to the medical charge of the detachment of convales cents proceeding to Landour, and the latter directing hospital apprentice A. W. Wallace, of Her Majesty's 3d buffs, to officiate as assistant steward with the detachment, are confirmed. The Meerut station order of the 5th instant, making the following non-commissioned staff appointments for the detchment of convalescents proceeding to Landour, under the command of Captain Mudie, of Her Majesty's 16th foot, is confirmed.
20th regiment native infantry. -Ensign C. R. Larkins, from Ist March to 15th November, to visit Simls, on medical certificate.
59th regiment native infantry.-Ensign J. Gordon, from 30th April to 30th September, to visit Mussoorie, on private affairs. 62d regiment native infantry.-Lieutenant Colonel T. Dundas, from 17th February to 17th March, to remain at the presidency, on medical certificate
Sergeant Parkingson, of Her Majesty's 16th lancers, to be Ser geant major.
Sergeant Ruggles, of Her Majesty's 16th foot, to be prevost
Corporal McLean, of the 2d company 5th battalion of artillery, to be camp-colourman.
Head Quarters, Simla, 15th March 1839.-Lieutenant Colonel T. Worsley's appointment on the 4th ultimo, of assistant surgeon H. Bousfeld, attached to the civil station of Mynpoorie, to afford medical aff to the 28th regiment of native infantry, is confirmed The Agra garrison and station order of the 3d instant, directing Corporal Thomas Gowland, of the European regiment. to officiate as church clerk, during the absence, on leave, of pensioned Ser geant Rivett, is confirmed.
The Karnaul station order of the 7th instant, appointing acting sergeant major Ryan, of the left wing 2d battalion of artillery, to act as Bazar Sergeant at that station, is confirmed as a tempo. rary arrangement.
His Excellency the Commander in Chief is pleased to confirm the following appointments of non-commissioned officers to a detachment of artillery drafts proceeding towards Saugor, under the command of Brevet Captain H. N. Pepper, to have effect from the 12th of January last :
Gunners Charles Callum of the 1st company 3d battalion, to be acting sergeant major; William Bardin, of the 2d company 3d battalion, to be provost sergeant; William Warrington and James Scofield of the 2d troop 1st Brigade, to be acting sergeant; Ed ward Fore and John Fancourt, of the 24 troop 1st Brigade, and John Best, of the 1st company 3d battalion, to be acting Corporal
The Commander in Chief is pleased to make the foll wing re movals and postings of warrant officers of the ordnance commis. sariat department:
Conductor D. Ross, from the Agra magzine to the Hansi depot, vice Carr, deceased.
Head Quarters, Simla, 15th March 1838-His Excellency the Commander in Chief, with the sanction of the Right Hon. the Governor General, is pleased to grant to the native army, the indulgence of leave of absence, from the 1st proximo, under the following restrictions and limitations. Where circumstances may prevent this indulgence from being granted to the full extent authorized, a report is to be made to head quarters.
To the troops stationed in Assam, at Dacca and Chittagong, leave is granted to the extent of 4 native officers and 24 non.com. missioned officers per regiment, and 15 privates per troop or company, to cease on the 1st January 1839.
Conductors W. Gibson and J. Gower, from the Cawnpore to the Saugor magazine, vice Gale deceased, and Wheeler, who has obtained permission to retire from the service.
Sub-conductors R. Hunter, W. Cowan and A. McGregor, now at the arsenal, are posted, the former to the Agra and the two latter to the Cawnpore magzine.
Orders will hereafter be issued relative to the furlough of the troops in Sylhet and belonging to the Meywar field force.
To all other corps in the presidency division, except those enumerated above, to corps in the Sangor division, in the Malwa and Rajpootanah field forces, and in the Sirhind division, leave is granted to the same number, to cease on the 15th November next.
To hill corps stationed at Subathoo, Deyrah, and Kemaoon, leave is to be granted to the same number, to cease on the 15th December next
Ensign J. S. Bristow is, at his own request, removed from the 6th to the 71st regiment of native infantry, as youngest of his rank.
No. 47 of 1838.-Captain N. Lowis, of the 63d regiment na tive infantry, an assistant to the general superintendent of the operatious for the suppression of thuggee, has obtained in the General Department, leave of absence from the 20th instant, to visit the presidency, with a view to applying for leave to proceed to sea, on medical certificate.
To the troops of the line stationed in Kemaoon, leave is to be granted to the same number, from the 15th October next to the 15th April 1839.
To the corps stationed in the Dinapore, Benares and Cawnpore divisions at Allahabad, and in the weerut division, (exceptinz Kemaoon) leave is granted to 3 native officers and 16 noncommissioned officers per regiment, and 10 privates per troop or company, until the 15th October next.
Commanding officers will be careful that leave is granted with strict regard to priority of claims, and will limit the time granted to individuals, with reference to the distance of their homes, and the nature of thei business, so as to allow as fuil a participation as possible in the indulgence.
4th battalion artillery -Coloned A. Lindsay, C B. from 3d. April to 3d October, to visit the hills north of Deyah, on private affairs.
26th regiment native infantry.-Major G. Huish, from 25th April to 25th October to visit Mussoorie, on private affairs.
68th regiment native infantry.-Lieut. and Adjt. E P. Bryant, from 15th April to 30th July, to visit the presidecy, on private affairs, and apply for furlough.
Officers and men going on furlough, are to be remanded of the penalties attached to the overstaying of their leave, as well as the necessity of giving notice to their regiments, if sickness should de
tain them at their homes.
The leave of absence granted to Captain George Cox, of the 67th Regiment native infantry.-Lieutenant and Adjutant F65th regiment native infautry, in general orders No 241, dated Rainsford, from 5th May, to 5th September to visit the presi-the 11th December last, to visit Bombay, is cancelled. dency, preparatory to submitting an application for furlough to Europe.
Division Staff. - Captain J. S, H, Weston, Deputy Judge Advocate General, Meerut division, from 1st April to Ist October to visit the hills north of Deyrah, on private affairs,
15th regiment native infantry.-Ensign B. M. Loveday, late doing duty with the 37th N. 1. from 1st March to 1st September to remain at Agra, on private affairs.
16th regiment native Infantry.-Captain H. M. Graves, from 15th April to 15th October to visit Mussoorie, on private affairs 18th regiment native infantry -Ensign Frederick C. Tombs, from 5th March to 5th August, in extension, to remain at Bareil ly, on private affairs.
The general orders of the 28th April 1810, containing precau. tionary directions to native troops, when travelling to or from their regiments, is to be particularly explained to the officers and men of every regiment, previous to their departure on leave.
18th regiment native infantry.-Eusign Francis Tombs, from 5th March to 5th September, in extention, to remain at Bareil y, on private affairs.
The attention of commanding officers is directed to general orders of the 19th February 1834, regulating the mode of grant. ing the leave now authorized, as regards non-commissioned offices.
Much unnecessary correspondence being occasioned by general officers, in their inspection reports, making reference to articles "wanting" without communicating what orders they have issued for correcting the difliciency, His Excellency the Commander in Chief requests they will be so good as to refer to paragraph the 5th of a memorandum, dated Adjutant Gemeral's office, th September 1818, and, in future, render their reports in strict accordance theret», in the particular alluded to.
Lieutenant C. H Thomas, of the 11th regiment native inf.ntry an assistant to the general superintendent of the operations for the suupression of thuggee, having returned to his duties on the 18th February, his leave of absence from that date to the 1st of April next, has been cancelled in the political department under date the 14th instant.
The leave of absence, for six months, granted to Captain H. H. Arnaud, of the 34th regiment of native infantry, in general orders of the 23d ultimo, is cancelled at his request.
The leave of absence granted in general orders of the 24th uitimo, to Captaiu J Nash, of the 43d regiment of native infantry, is cancelled at his request.
Major John Barclay of the 4th regiment light cavalry, having been declared incapable of performing the active duties of his profession, is, at his own request, transferred to the Invalid Esta
No. 46 of 1833.-The Hon. the Prisident in Council having approved of a compilation of orders for the conduct of the medi al Department of the Bengal army, hereby establishes the same 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 to declare to be abrogated from and after the 30th April next, ail existing regulations militating against any part of the code now
Quarter Master Sergeant John Dalton, of the 21st, is appointed | Sergeant Major to the 20th regiment native infantry at Loodianah. Excellency the Commander in Chief has been pleased to direct Head Quarters, Simla, 15th February 1838-No. 104 His vice Acton, deceased. the publication of the following circular memorandum and letter Quarter Master Sergeant John Cooke, of the 53d, is appointed for the information of Her Majesty's troops in India. Sergeant Major to the 44th regiment of native infantry at Etawah, vice Reilly transferred to the 16th native infantry.
The General Commanding in Chief desires, that all recom
Quarter Master Sergeant Thomas Mahon, of the 51st, is an mendations for the restoration of Service, forfeited by either pointed sergeant major to the 65th regiment native infantry at non-Commissioned officers or soldiers, may be accompanied by Barrackpore, vice Higginbottom, promoted to sub-conductor. a correct transcript of the record of the service of the indivi. dual, on a separate sheet, according to the form issued by the War Office on the 21st March 1836. By Command, &c. (Signed
The following non-commissioned officers, of the regiment of artillery, are transferred to the town major's list, and appointed quarter master sergeants to the corps specified opposite to their
Staff Sergeant William Templeton, of the 1st company 5th bat (CIRCULAR, No. 820) talion, to the 24 regiment native infantry at Lucknow, vice Catling invalided.
Drill Sergeant Henry Burgoyne, of the 5th battalion, to the 4th G. regiment native infantry at Gorackpore, vice Heery remanded.
Sergeant James Tyrrell, of the 4th company 2d battalion, to the 21st regiment native infantry at Kurnaul, vice Dalton appointed sergeant major to the 20th regiment.
Sergeant James Foohy, of the 24 company 2d battalion, to the 26th regiment native infantry at Meerut, vive Crossley appointed sergeant major.
Sergeant Thomas Morgan, of the 1st company 1st battalion, to the 51st native infantry at Dinapore, vice Mahon appointed sergeant major to the 65th regiment.
Sergeant Peter Montgomery, of the 2d company 4th battalion, to the 57th regiment native infantry at Barrackpore, vice Williamson deceased
The following non commissioned officers, of the European regiment, are transferred to the town major's list, and appointed quarter master sergeants to the corps specified opposite to their
Sergeant Adam McGregor to the 5th regiment of native infantry at Benares, vice Daltou transferred to the Nusseree battalion.
Sergeant John Nicholas to the 28th native infantry at Myn Sergeants poorie, vice Jones appoin ed sergeant major to the 724 regiment. Corporal The division order by Major General Sir Wil. Sergeant Andrew Brenan to the 44th regiment native infantry Privates 1 loughby Cotton, C B. and K. C. H. of the 10th at Banda, viee Sutcliffe transferred to the Oude auxiliary force. 26 ultimo, directing the march of a detachment of Women 3 volunteers for Her Majesty's 49th regiment, as Childern 6 per margin, under the command of Ensign Brock. man of that corps, is confirmed.
War Office, 30th September 1837. 50045 Money paid to soldiers on their discharge for SIR,-It having been ascertained that sums of arrears of pay, or advance of pension, are frequently squandered before the men arrive at their places of residence, I am directed by the secretary at War to acquaint you, that arrangements have been for differing the payment of such sums until the men shall have made, with the concurrence of the General Commanding in Chief, reached their destinations, and to suggest, that similar directions mand, in regard to any payments to be made to discharged men, should be given to the agent of the regiment under your com either on account of family remittances, or out of any regimental fund which may exist, from which contributions are made to men on their discharge.
I have, &c.
JOHN MACDONALD, A. G.
The leave of absence granted by His Excellency Lieutenant foot, to proceed to England, for 2 years, from date of embarkation, General Sir P. Maitland, K. C. B. to Surgeon Macdonuel, 57th on medical certificate is confirmed
Sergeant David Clunie to the 53d native infantry at Meerut, vice Cooke appointed sergeant major to the 44th regiment.
The leave of absence, for six months, granted to Apothecary J Douglas, in General Orders of the 29th December last, is to have effect from the 1st of may next, instead of from the date therein specified.
Quarter master sergeant Laurence Cullen, of the 7th light ca valry, is appointed to act as sergeant major to that regiment, vice Ray acting as riding master, during the absence, on fourlough, of riding master Jordan
Sergeant John Cooke, of the 2d troop 2d brigade horse artillery is appointed to act as quarter master sergeant to the 7th regi ment of light cavalry, vice Cullen.
GENERAL ORDERS TO THE QUEEN'S TROOPS.
Head Quarters, Simla, 12th February 1838-No. 102.-Her Majesty has been pleased to make the following promotions and appointments in the regiments serving in India:
13th Light Dragoons.-Captain Themas Pilling Lang to be Ma jor, without purchase, vice Taylor deceased, 27th November 1836 Lieutenant George Manuers to be Captain, vice Lang, 15th, September 1937.
Cornet John Hamilton Gray to be Lieutenant, vice Manners 15th Sept 1837.
Cornet and Adjutaut Charles Floyd to have the rank of Lieutenant, 16th September 1837.
William Highmore Rosser, gent. to be Cornet, vice Gray, 15th September 1337.
2d Foot Ensign Thomas A Nixon to be Lieutenant, without purchase, vice Walton deceased, 6th February 1837. Gentleman Cadet Thomas Addison, from the Royal Military College, to be Ensign, vice Nixon, 15th September 1837.
4th Foot.-Lieutenant Farquhar M. Campbell to be Captain, by purchase, vice Westmacott, who retires, 6th October 1837. Ensign Charles Staniforth Hext to be Lieutenant, by purchase, vice Campbell, 6th October 1837.
Ensign Willam Wilby to be Lieutenant, by purchase, vice Zouch, who retires, 7th October 1837.
41st Foot-Lieutenant General Sir Ralph Darling, from the 99th foot, to the Colonel, vice Lieutenant General Honorable Sir Edward Stopford, G. C. B. deceased, 26th September 1837.
C. B. and K. C. H. granting leave of absence to the undermen
16th Lancers,-Lieutenant J. O. Burridge,
31st ditto-Ensign T. J. Bourke.
Phe leave of absence granted by His Excellency Lieutenant Genl. Sir J. Keane, to Lieutenant Bennett, 2d foot, to proceed to England, for 2 years from date of embarkation, on privato affairs, is confirmed.
The undermentioned officers have leave of absence:
3d Foot-Captain G. J. Austin, from 1st May to 1st November, to visit the hills north of Deyrah, on private affairs Ditto-Lieutenant A. J. Camerou, from 7th February to 1st May, to visit Mussoorie, on private affairs.
26th ditto-Captain G. Hogarth, to proceed to sea, for 6 months from date of embarkation, on urgent private affairs.
31st ditto-Captain H. L. McGhee, from 1st March to 31st August, to proceed to Cawnpore, ou private affairs.
49th ditto-Lieutenant H. J. Turner, from 1st March to 31st August, to visit Meerut and the Hills, on private affairs,
Upon which charge the court came to the following decision: Finding." The court, upon the evidence upon before them, Majesty's 3d light dragoons, is guilty of having, on the night of are of opinion, that the prisoner Cornet Edmond Roche, of Her 6th Foot.-Lieutenant Andrew David Alston Stewart, from the third mate of the ship Thomas Grenville; but the Court taking the 12th of October 1837, sruck Mr. Henry Pownall Sawell, 42d regiment, to be Lieutenant, vice Lord Charles Kerr, who ex-into consideration the great and continued provocation received changes, 1st September 1837. by Cornet Roche, fully acquit him of the remainder of the charge.
John Hales Glazbrook, gent. to be Ensign, by purchase, vice Hext, 6th October 1837.
Head Quarters, Simla, 16th February 1838.-No. 105-At a general court martiel held at Fort William, on Monday, the 3d day of January 1838, Cornet Edmond Roche, of Her Majesty's 22dlight dragoons, was arraigned on the following charge:
insulted Mr. Heary Pownall Sawell, third mate of the ship Charge," For Conduct unbecoming an officer and a Gentle. man, in having, on the night of the 12th of October 1837, grossly Thomas Grenville, by striking him a blow, which knocked him
Sentence." The court sentence the prisoner Cornet Edmond Roche, of Her Majesty's 3d light dragoons, to be severely
reprimanded in such manner as His Excellency the Commander ind extra articles purchased for the hospital;-that your cor. in Chief may be pleased to direct. Approved.
ectly inform yourself as to the local prices of provisions of very liscription, groceries, &c. which may be required from time to time, for the use of the sick ;-and, that, upon the appearance of xcessive charge, you take prompt measures to arrive at the ruth, either by the preliminary investigation of a regimental board, consisting of three officers, where the case admits of doubt, or by bringing the accused to trial, when the facts present themselves to your mind in a conclusive shape.
14th February 1838.
(Signed) H. FANE, General, Comander in Chief, East Indies.
REMARKS BY HIS EXCELLENCY THE COMMANDER IN CHIEF.
At the same time however, that I issue this reprimand, I must remark, that the interference of Mr. Sawell, the 3d mate of the ship Thomas Grenville, with Cornet Roche, and the gross and vulgar language used by him, both with reference to the Irish ge nerally, and to the Cornet personally (which language formed the probable ground for the subsequent proceedings), go far in extenu ation of the Cornet's misconduct.
He is to be released from arrest, and return to his duty.
First Charge." For Conduct uubecoming the character of an officer and a gentleman, and to the prejudice of good order and military discipline in the following instances:
Head Quarters, Simla, 22d February, 1838.-No. Head Quarters, Simla, 17th February, 1838.- No. 106-At a Commander in Chief has been pleased to make the following general court martial holden at Bellary, on Thursday, the 4th promotions uutil Her Majesty's pleasure shall be known. day of January 1838, Lieutenant and Brevet Captain Richard 62d Foot.-Lieutenant Colin Bucbanau to be Captain, without Bingham Hill, Her Majesty's 41st foot, was arraigned on the fol-purchase, vice Moore decea sed, 15th January 1838. lowing charges: Ensign John Grant to be Lieutenant, without purchase, vice Buchanan promoted, 15th January 1838,
"First instance. In having, at Bellary on the 16th of September 1837, absented himself without leave, from his regiment, so continuing absent until the 23d of the same month.
"Second instance. In having, near Guddakul, on the 22d of the same month, when being brought back a prisoner by an escort of the same regiment, made his escape there from, notwithstanding that he had given the sergeant of the escort his word of honor, that he would not ride out of his sight.
Second charge.-" For scandalous and infamous conduct, unbecoming the chararter of an officer and a gentleman in having, at the same place, on the 23d of September 1837, addressed an official letter to the Adjutant of the same regiment, Lieutenant Eugene James Vaughan, containing a gross falsehood."
"The above being in breach of the Articles of War."
Upon which charges the court came to the following decision; Finding The court having most maturely weighed the evi dence brought forward in support of the prosecution on the charges, as well as what the prisoner Lieutenant and Brevet Cap tain Richard Bingham Hill, of Her Majesty's 41st regiment of foot, has urged in his defence, and the evidence in support there af, is of opinion.
The leave of absence granted by His Excellency Lieutenant, General Sir P. Maitland K. B. C, to Lieutenant G. F. McKenzie 41st Foot, to preceed to Bombay on medical certificate, from 25th January to 24th July next, is confirmed
The regimental order by the officer commanding 3d light dra.
Barnwell The station and regimential orde ́s issued
J. Dunne. completion, in confo miy ith division
Assist. Surgeon J. The uudermentioned officers have leave of
4th Foot-Lieut J. Espinasse, to England, for the purpose of retiring on half-pay, and will report himself to the Adjutant General, horse guards upon arrival.
16th ditto.-Lieut. F. Casidi, from 1st March to 20th February 1939, to Landour on medical certificate.
31st ditto,-Captain and Brevet Major H. C. V. Courtlan d Tom 10th May to inth November next, to Loodianah, and the bills north of Deyrali, on private affairs.
Head Quarters, Simla, 24th February 1888-No. 110.-At a general court martial holden in cantonment near Pooun, en Montay, the 22d day of January 1838, Lieutenant G.E Cuyler, Her Majesty's 2d, or Queen's royal regiment of Foot, was arraigned on the following charges:
Head Quarters, Simla, 19th February 1838.-No. 170 -His Excellency The Commander in Chief has been pleased to direct the publication of the following circular letter for the informa. tion of Her Majesty's troops in India:
(CIRCULAR.) Horse Guards, 22d August, 1837. SIR,-It having appeared on the trial of Serjeant Hugh Brenan, of the 1st battalion of the Royals, before a garrison court martial at Limerick, in April last, that as hospital serjeant, he practised a course of systamatic fraud, and the facts elicited upon that and other occasions, having afforded the strongest ground for belief that the case of this culprit is not singular, but, on the contrary one of no unfrequent occurrence in the regimental hospitals, have Lord Hill's commands to direct your special attention to a subject, in which the character of the non commissioned officers of the army, and the interests of the public, are so deeply con cerned.
His Lordship desires that you consider it a most important part of your duty to examine, frequently and strictly, the Charges in the hospital accounts of the regiment (or depôt, as may be) under your command; - that you particularly lock, not only to the quantity of extra articles but to the prices charged for ordinary
1st Charge. For disgraceful and scandalons conduct, unbecoming the charecter of an officer and a gentleman, in the follow ing instances: viz.
"First. In baving, in cantonment near Belgaum, on or about the 27th June 1927, and on subsequent days, asserted to pay master J. S. Darby of the same regiment, a gross and wilful false · hood, reflecting on the character of his senior and superior officer Captain H. D. Keith of the same regiment, by stating, that he (Lieutenant Cuyler) had, at the mess of the officers of the regiment, on the march from Vingorla to Belgaum, on or about the 13th January 1847, addressed most approprious language to Brevet Captain Keith, reflecting on his honor and honesty, and that he (Captain Keith) had taken no notice of the same.-Whereas, no such language had ever been addressed by Lieut enant Cuyler o Captain Keith.
"Second. In having, at Belgaum, on the 28th June, 1837 dictated to private Thomas Sinnott, of the 2d, or Queen's roya regiment of foot, a paper containing false and scandalous asper sious against the character of Brevet Captain Keith,to the effect a set forth in the preceding instance, thereby infamously and falsely
traducing the character of Captain Keith to a private soldier of the same regiment, and tending to degrade Captain Keith's character in the estimation of the said soldier, and the other sol. diers of the corps.
2d Charge." For scandalous and disgraceful conduct, unbe. coming the character of an officer and a gentleman, in having, in cantonment near Belgaum, en or about the 10th June 1837, assert ed a wilful and deliberate falsehood to the aforesaid paymaster J. S. Darby, by stating to him, that Brigadier General Salter. commanding the southern division of the army, bad, some time previously, gone into his (Lieutenant Cuyler's) tent, when he (Lieutenant Cuyler) was under arrest for all ged misconduct at the mess, and that he (the Brigadier General) had then and there listened to the reflections referred to, in the preceding charge, against the character of Captain Keith; such false statement the part of Lieutenant Cuyler, being derogatory to the profes sional character of Brigadier General Salter, his superior officer."
Upon which charges the court came to the following decision :
Finding.-The court having naturely weighed and considered what has been adduced in support of the prosecution. together with what the prisoner Lieutenant G. E. Cuyler. Her Majesty's 24 or Queen's royal regiment of foot, has brought forward in his de fence, is of opinion, that he is
"Guilty of the first charge preferred against him in the first instance.
"Guilty of the second instance of the same.
"Guilty of the second charge.
Sentence." The court having found the prisoner guilty as above specified, in breach of the articles of war. in such made and provided, does adjudge him, Lieutenant G. E. Cuyler to be cashiered."
(Signed) H. FANE, General, Commander in Chief, East Indies,
To amount paid for four 3d 4 per cent. Govt. notes, Nos. 896, 7181, 2109 of 9344 and 2061 of 8:47, for
By Order of the Commander in Chief, R. TORRENS, Major Genl Adjt. Genl. to Her Majesty's Forces in India.
Head Quarters Simla, 24th February 1938.-No. 141-The following abstract statement of receipts and disbursements of the military fund for the benefit of the widows and children of office s of Her Majesty's regiments, serving in the East Indies, during he year ending 31st December 1837, is published for general infor mation:
Cash balance as above, in Govt.
2 second 5 per cent notes:-
19,996 9 Sicca rupees,...40,267 10
3061 of 12243..do...do....
15 third 4 per cent notes :395 of 1832 33, dated
1st May 1832, for sicca
526 of 5403 of 32 33, May 1,'32sr. 13,000
2061 of 8847,...do...do.....
2109 of 9344,...do...do...
500 1,700 ..do...do..... 11,200
...Sa. Rs 9,300 9,273 5 9
,, ditto for 4 per cent. Govt.
7500 0 0
6,000 0 0 3,516 2 0
.do.... 3,000 3,500
1,000 ..do...do.. 8,000 ..do...do.... 500 ..do...do.... 10,000 ..do...do.... 3,000 ..do...do....
Award passed, but passage money,
4 per cent. note:
No. 5910 of 135-36 dated 31st March 1836, Co.'s Rs....
(Signed) R. H. STRONG. Pay Master H.M. 26th, Regt. Actg. for Committee of Genl. Management. Fort William, 31st December, 137. Certified, we have examined the Accounts and find them correct. (signed) W. JAMES, Lieut. Colonel, Commanding H. M 26th Regt. G. HOGARTH, Capt. H. M. 26th Regt.
Br. Maj. Halfhide, 44th Ft. Brig. Maj. Fort Wm., 10,754 14 11 from 1st October 1836 to 30th September 1837 Doctor McLeod, Inspector Genl of hospitals, from 23 July 1835 to 31st March 1837,.....
Capt. Barnes, 4 st foot, brigade Major. Bombay, from 1st October 1836 to 30th September 1837,
4th Light dragoons, from 1st October 1836 to 30th September 1837,........
11th ditto, ditto ditto,.
656 4 0
3,6 0 0 0
240 0 0
IIST NO. 1.
Subscription received from 1st January to 31st December 1887 Major Genl. James Watson, C. B, from 1st April 1836 to 3 st January 1887,
187 8 0
Major General Hon J. Ramsay, from 1st January 1845 to 31st December 1836,
450 0 0
93 12 0
135 0 0 135 0 0
84 6 0
45 0 0
92 13 0
67 8 0
351 11 9 857 13 0 610 8 0 785 10 0 1003 12 0
498 12 0 1:90 13 9 504 11 0 855 5 0 761 4 0 629 5 5 58 8 5
61 4 0 1126 12 8 508 2 0 421 14 0 757 13 0 432 8 0 987 3 0 12:0 13 1t 1022 8 9 971 6 2 433 2 0 57th ditto, ditto ditt,.. 1054 11 1 624 ditto, from 1st July 1836 to 30th June 1837, 1024 11 0 63d ditto, from 1st Oct. 1836 to 30th Sept. 1837, Total, Sa Rs....... 19,996 9
54th dito, ditto ditto,.
55th ditto, ditto ditto,...
2d Foot, from first Jan. 1836 to 31st Dec 1836,.. 3d ditto. from 1st Oct, 1836 to 30th Sept. 1837. 6th ditto, ditto ditto..
9th ditto, ditto ditto,............ 13th ditto, ditto ditto,.....................................
16th ditto, ditto ditto,..
17th ditto, ditto ditto,..
20th ditto, from 1st Nov. 8.6 to 30th Nov 1837 26 h dito, from 1st Oct 1936 to 30th Sept 1837,. 3.st ditto, ditto ditto,.....
2. Statement of Relief afforded by the Fund from 1st January to 31st December 1837. To two children of a Captain 11th dragoons, who died at Meerut, maintenance for each child... at 600 rs each Passage money at 500 ditio.... Travelling expences and attendence,.....at 250 ditto.....
Total, awarded Co.'s Rs..
8920 0 0
1200 0 0 1000 0 0
2531 4 0