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Total, Sa. Rs........
It may be satisfactory to add, that the awards paid to the families of deceased officers by this Institution since its establishment in 1820, amount to sicca rupees two lacs, ninety five thousand, seven hundred and three, six anuas
Fort William; Queen's Military Widows'
Bt. Maj. Hartman.
J. W Robinson.
The leave of absence granted in division orders by Major General Sir Willoughby Cotton, C. B. & K. C. H., to Ensign T. J. Bourke, 31st Foot, to proceed to England, on medical cert.cate, and co..firmed in the general order No. 104, of the 15th February 1838, is cancelled at the request of that officer.
The leave of absence granted to Lieutenant J H. Shadforth, 57th foot, in the general orders No. 85, of the 44th December 1837, to preceed to England, for 2 years, on private affairs, is 2385 2 11 cancelled.
The undermentioned officers have leave of absence:
3d Light Dragoons.-Lieutenant J. Martin, to proceed te the presidency, and eventually to England, for 2 years from the date of embrkation, on private affairs.
3d Foot.-Pay Master J. Lukis, from 15th March to 15th November 1838. to Mussoorie, on medical certificate.
Captain Carmac will perform the duties of regimental pay master, during the absence, aud on the responsibility of, pay master Lukis.
March 1838.-No. 112.-Her
4th Foot. Lieutenant Thomas Faunce to be Captain, by pur chase, vice Lonsdale, who retires, 23d June 1837.
Ensign John Henry Day Ruxton to be Lieutenant, by purchase vice Faunce, 23d June 1837.
Joseph Palmer, gent. to be Ensign, by purchase, vice Ruxton,
23d June 1837.
13th Fot-Major E. T. Tronson, from 10th May to 9th No. vember 1838, to Simla, on private affairs.
45th ditto-Lieutenant J C. Campbell, to remain at Calcutta till the 31st March (instant) on private affairs.
By order of the Commander in Chief. Head Quarters, Simia, 8th March, 1938-No. 114.-The regi mental order by the officer commanding the 17th Foot dated the 15th ultimo, appointing Lieutenant Owen to act as Aejutant to that corps, from the 1st February 1838, during the absence of Lieutenant and Adjutant Cooper, proceeded on leave to England, is confirmed.
The regimental order issued by the officer commanding the 9th Foot dated 9th February 1888, directing the offices, named in the margin, to proceed to Barrackpore, on Court Martial Duty, by water, and to return in like manner after its completion is confirmed.
and ten pics,...... ........... Sa. Rs. 2,95,703 6 10 Camp, from the 1st of March, instant.
26th Foot-Ensign Charles Cameron to be Lieutenant, without purchase, vice Heming deceased, 224 September 1837.
Eusign John Wright, from the half pay of the 96th regiment to be Ensign, vice Cameron, 12d September 1837.
The leave of absence granted by His Excellency Lieutenant General Sir P. Maitland, K. C. B., to the undermentioned officers, are confirmed. :
13th Light Dragoons.-Cornet C. H. D. Donovan, to England for 1 year from date of embarkation, on urgent private affairs. 41st Foot.-Captain J. Simmons, from 25th January to 24th July next, to Bombay, on medical certificate.
The undermentioned officer has leave of absence.
16th Foot.-Lieutenant H. D Gibbs, in extension, from 15th to 31st January 1838, to enable him to rejoin.
Head Quarters, Simla, 15th March, 1838.-The Commander
in Chief in India has been pleased to make the following Appointment on His Excellency's personal staff.
Ensign R. H. Yea, of the 13th light infantry, to be Aide-de
The Commander in hief has been pleased to make the follow. ing promotion until Her Majesty's pleasure shall be known :
3d foot-Ensign W. J. Dorehill to be Lieutenant, without perchas, vice Withworth deceased, 10th March 1838.
The Order by Captain C. F. Thompson, 16th Foot, commanding detachments of Her Majesty's troops, proceeding to the up per provinces, by water, dated 25th February 1838, appointing the following non-commissioned acting staff, is confirmed:
Acting Provost Sergeant James Warren, 16th Foot, to act as Sergeant Major, vice O'Connor, 31st, who has joined his cor; s. Acting Sergeant Timothy McNamara, 16th Foot, to act as Provost Sergeant, vice Warren.
Acting Corporal John Jackson, 16th foot, to act as sergeant, vice John Carr, 31st, who has joined bis corps.
Quarter Master Sergeant John Cumming to be Ensign, by purchase, vice Wright who retires, 23d September 1837.
93d Foot.-Captain Henry Croly, from the half-pay, unattached to be Captain, vice Lane, appointed Pay Master, 29th September 1837. Captain Richard Lane to be Pay Master, vice Foster appointed pay master of a recruiting district, 29th September 1837.
To be Captain without purchase:-Lieutenant Robert Stuart Ridge, from the 13th light dragoons, 29th Septembar, 1937.
The undermentianed officers have leave of absence:
3d Foot-Lieutenant Colonel and Colonel J. Dennis, from 1st
The Christain name of quarter master Sheridan, of the 13th April to 1st October next, to Mussoorie, on urgent private affairs. foot, is Mark.
13th light infantry-Lieutnant W. Deane, from 20th March to 1st December next, to Landour, on medical certificate. Ditto-Lieutenant A. E F. Holcombe, from 1st May to 31st October next, to Simla, on private affai:s. Ditto-Ensign J. Oxley, ditto.
Ditto-Ensign G. Mein, from 1st May to 1st October next ditto
Ditto - Lieutenant J. S. Wood, from 1st April to 1st May next, | sidency. to appear before a medical board. to enable him to join.
Ditto-Ensign G. Wade, ditto ditto.
31st Foot-Lieutenant B. Æ. S. Hutchinson, for 2 months, to Calcatta, and thence to England, from date of embarkation, and will report his arrival at the horse guards,
44th Ditto-Captqin E. L Estrange for two months, to the pre
ARRIVALS AT KEDGEREE.
March 1st-Eaglish Schooner Guyne, J. Fairweather, from Moulmein 4th February.
3d.-H. M. Ship Wolf, Capt. E. Stanley, from Madras 18th Feb.; English Barque Ariel, W Warden, from China 3d Feb. 5th-French Ship Vernut, P. Herrichon, from Bourbon 21st January.
7th-English Barque Catherine, A Brown, from Cape of Good Hope 18th January; English Ship Heywood, J Jones, from Liverpool 17th August.
6th-English Bargne Gilbert Munro, Jas. Nicholson, from the Mauri ius 17th January; English Barque Elephanta, J. Buchanan, from Liverpool 5th November; English Barque Sophia, J Grimwood. from Bombay 28th January, and Cannanore 7th February; English Ship Donna Pascoa, J. Hullock, from the Mauritius and Ceylon (no date, and Point de Galle 23d February. 9th-English Ship Sultana, J. Page, from Bombay 22d January and Allepee (no date); H. C. Steamer Diana, 8. Cougalton, from Moulmein (no date) and Amherst 28th February.
12th.-French Barque Clio, P. Le Rossignol, from the auritius 23d January; English Barque Calcutta, T. H. Beutley, fom Moulmein 24th and Amherst 26th February.
15th.-H. C Brig Krishna, T. C. Robson, from Kyook Phyoo 2d, and Akyab 9th March.
16th.-English Ship Robarts, B J. Elder, from London (no date) Portsmouth 6th November, Cape sta January, and Madras 8th March.
18th.-French Ship Atlas, Gallet, from Bourbon 15th Jan 20th.-English Schooner Elizabeth, J. Glass, from Colombo 2d and Point de Galle 6th March; Engl sh Ship Julia, R. Richards, from China 27th January, Singapore 10th and Penang 22d Feb. ruary; English Barque Cashmere Merchant, R Smellie, from Moulmein 27th February,
224.-English Brig Jessy, J. Auld, from Penang 15th Feb. 26th.-H M. Ship Rattlesnake, Captan W. Hubson, from Ame
herst 3d, and Rangoon 11th March.
The Jellinghee in tow of the Thames arrived on the 13th, with the following passengers.-Mr. and Ms. Brietzcke, Miss Sweed laud and J. Martin, Esq., 11th Dragoons.
The Matabangn, in tow of the Lord William Bentinck, from Allahabad to Calcutta, passed Gauzer pore on the ath instant, with the following passengers.-From Allahob d-Dwarkanauth Tagore, Esq., Baboo Chundernauth Chatterjee; Dr. McWhie.From Mirzapore-Mrs. and Miss Fagan, for Calcutta, Mr. W, Agnew; for Rampore Bawleah-From Benares -Mis Millet and Mrs Hogg, for Calcutta.
ARRIVALS OF PASSENGERS.
62d Ditto-Lieutenant F. E. Scobel, to England for 2 years from date of embarkation, on urgent private affairs. By Order of the Commander in Chief, R. TORRENS, Major Geni.
Adjt. Genl. to Her Majesty.
Feb. 4. At Arrah, Shahabad, the lady of Stanlake Henry Batson, Esq., Civil Assistant Surgeon, of a daughter.
7. At Neemuch, the lady of Captain R. F. Macvitie, 49th regiment native infantry, of a son.
10. At Jubbulpore, the lady of Major William Henry Sleeman, 1st regiment of native infantry, of a daughter.
-At Agra, Mrs. Ann Panton, of a son.
14. At Gazeepore, the wife of Mr. J. Pitts, Apothecary, H. M. 44th regiment, of a daughter.
8th-Susan, J. Young for Liverpool.
9th.-London, M. King, for Liverpool; Sir Edward Ryan, H. Pybus, for Singapore and China
Bernard, for Bourbon; Francis Warden, Nacoda, for Bombay.
ner, for Loudon; Bright Planet, A. Steel, for Australia; Ann, 14.-Eucles, R. Paul, for Liverpool; Royal Saxon, R. Ren
McGowan, for China; Resolution. A. R. Dixon, for Madras GS Jones, for Khyouk Phyoo and Moulmein. 19th.-Baboo. G. B Brock, for London; Annund Chunder,
20th —Marion, McCarthy, for London; Ariel, W. Warden, for Singapore and China.
21st.-Euphrasia, A. Payet for the Mauritius.
23d.-Dover, J. Austen, for Boston.
26th.-John Hepburne, B. Robertson, for Moulmein and Rangoon; Catherina, A. Brown, for Cape of Good Hope. 29th.-Soobrow. W. Smith, for Point de Galle.
teer, A. McMinn, for Singapore and China; Frasquita, P. Her 30th-Donna Maria, H. R. Bowman, for Stockholm; Volun. richon, for Bourbon.
DEPARTURES OF PASSENGERS.
Per Marion -Mrs Davidson, Mrs. McDonald, Mrs Courha
and signora Schieroni; C. D. Davidson, Esq, C. S; Dr. Munro; Capt Me Andrews; Lieu Mac Donald. R. N. C. Hutchins, Esq. Capt Fraser; Lieut. Catherey, 13th Dragoons; Capt. C. Gover Lieuts. Phillpot and Ramsay; L. Playfair, Esq; Masters Davidson and Hogarth, and 2 Masters Goodfellows; and Miss Davidson.
Mrs. Durham and Child;-Durham Esq., C. S. and Mr. Jo-
Ha rison and Lieut. Martin.
Per Sesostris, for London.-Virs Yates; Miss Deane; A. Charlton, Esq; E. W. Dodgson, Esq; Cornet Shute; Lieuts Turner, and Fisher.
Per So brow, for Point de Galle.-Mrs. Fulton and Child, and Mr Fulton.
Per Eudora, for Hobart Town.-Mrs. Loughnan; Lieut. Loughnan; Messrs Twisden, Dennis and Sutton.
The Soorma, in tow of the Jumn, left Calcutta on Menda
16. At Sons Souci, Prince of Wale's Island. the lady George Stuart, Esq, of Penang, of a daughter.
16. At Hussunabad, in the Moorsedabad division, the lady Capt. Bionie, Browne, Aart, of a son.
19. Upon the river, near Sacregally, the lady of Captain G. W. Phillips, of a son.
22. At Kurnaui, the lady Captain H. Garbett, artillery, of a daughter.
23. At the General Hospital, Mrs. Berkeley, of a sou.
At Futtyghur, Mrs Charles Sutherland, of e daughter.
At Calcutta, the lady of A. A. Anthony, Esq., of a daughter, 27. At Calcutta, Mrs. Thomas Lakin, of a son.
At Humeerpoor, Mrs. R. C. Warnes, of a daughter. Mar. 2. At Dinapore the lady of Lieut. Danbar, H, M. 31st regt., of a daughter, still-born,
4. At Cawnpore,
3. At Bangalore, the lady of Capt J. C. Coffin, Paymaster, in Mysore, of a son, still born. rs. John Beaumont, of a son. 5. At Semu! barru Factory, Purueah, the lady of G Walker, Esq., of a daughter. I., of a
At Benares, the lady of Mojor? Sibbald, 41st N. daughter.
6. At Calcutta, Mrs F. T. Fergusson, of a son. -At Mooradabad, the lady of J. Towgood, 35th regiment, of a daugh'er.
7. At Calentra, Sobhabazar, Rajah Rajkishen's house, the wife of Rajah Apurvakrishna Bahadur, of a son. -At Esplanade Row, the lady of J. F Leith, Esq. of a daughter.
-At Alahabad, the lady Lieut. Alston, of the 68th regt. N. I. of a daughter.
8. At Benares, the lady of C. C. Pigot, Esq., 18th regiment native infantry, of a son.
-At Calcutta, Mrs F Boezalt, of a still-born son.
9 At Bolaram, the lady of Lieut. Howorth, 39th regt. B. N. I, of a daughter.
At Ajmere, the wife of Mr. G. D Boyd, Head Clerk to the Superintendent, of a daughter.
12. At Calcutta, the lady of L A Richy, Esq. of a son
- At Agra, Mrs James Stuart, of a sen
of a soн.
21 At Calcutta, Mrs P Victor, of a daughter.
22. At Calcutta, Mrs Jane Dunnett, the wife of Mr. J. L. Dun. net, Veterinary Surgeon, of a daughter.
At Chinsurah, by the Rev. Mr. Rudd, C. D. Quinton, Esq., to Mrs. T. Elizabeth, relict of the late Charles Barber, Esq. of Chinsurah.
- At Cawnpore, by the Rev J Jennings, M. A, Cornet HY Bazett, 5th light cavalry,to Lousia Colebrooke, youngest daughte of the late John Bruce, Esq. of the Honorable East India Company's medical service.
28. Agra by the Rev. Gregory Mary de Bénée, Catholic Apostos lic Missionary, and afterwards at the Protestant Church, by the Rev. R. Chambers, Arnold Henry Matthews, Esq, of Alumchund near Allahabad, to Mary Eleanor, eldest daughter of the late Captain John Camin Carne, of the Honorable East India Company's Bengal Artillery.
29. At Calcutta, at the Armenian Church, by the Rev. David Mackertich, M. Ter Artatoon, Esq, to Miss Elizabeth Carapiet, second daughter of Carapiet Mackertich, Esq
Mar. 1. At the Cathedral, by the Rv H. Fisher, P. P. Carter. Esq.,of Bhojepore, to Sarah Adeline, eldest daughter of the late J. W. Ricketts, Esq.
10. At Calcutta at the Cathedral, by the Rev, Henry Fisher, Werner Cuthrey, Esq, of Her Majesty's 11th regiment of light dragoons, to Jane Jann tte Hosesson, surviving daughter of the late Thomas Hoseason, Esq., formerly of Banklands, near Lynn, in the County of Norfolk,
-At Calcutta, at the Scotch Kirk, by the Rev. James Charles, Sevior Chaplain. Capt. William Prescott, of the Madras native iufantry, to Eliza Jane, eldest Danghter of the Houorable Alex
At Barrackpore, by the Rev, A. Hammond, A,B, Charnork. Ingleby Harrison, Esq, 65th regiment native infantry, to Mary Anne fifth Daughter of the late Capjain Tritton, Her Majesty's 24th dragoons.
EUROPE, The Rev. R, Crosse, son of a Crosse. Esq, of Eye Court, Bromfield, to Eliza Mary, widow of the late Lieut, Archer,
19. At Barrackpore, the wife of Quarter Master Sergeant Hol-H, M, 16th foot, and second daughter of Charles Mackenzie, Esq. linsworth, of a daughter Bengal Civil Service,
-At Benares, by the Rev. W. Smith Richardson Nicholson, Esq, to Miss Elaenor Watson.
5. At Dacca, by the Rev. H. R. Shepherd, George Heury Lamb, Esq., to Miss Georgian M. Lamb.
12, At Calcutta, at the Cathedral, by the Rev. H, Fister, Mr. William Neil Dodd, Serjeant Major 67th regiment native infantry to Miss Margaret Ailey.
At Chinsurah, by the Rev. J. H A. Rudd, A. B. J. Sankey
8 At Chinsurah, by the Rev, J. Rudd, John Frederick Field Esq., Lieutenant in Her Majesty's 9th regiment, to Mary, the only daughter of Lieutenant 11. B. Farrant, of the same corps.
26 At Dum Dum, the lady of Alexander Humfrays, Esq., of the Horse Artillery, of a daughter
27. In Sudder Street, Chowringhee, the lady of Lient. C, W. Montriou, N.1., of a son.
28. At Calentta, the lady of N, C. Biale, Esq., of a daughter. 29. At Calcutta, Mrs. F H. Paterson, of a son
30 At Calcutta, the indy of the Revd A. B. Lish, of a daughter 31 At Ca cutta, the lady of James Ogilvie, Esq of a son
Feb 2. At Cuddalore, Mrs. Emelia Barbara McCally, (relict -At Deyrab, in the Dhoon, lady of Captain John Fisher, of of the late Mr Andrew McCally, Head Uncovenanted assisa daughter. tant in the principal collector's office of that district,) aged 50 years and 7 months.
20. At Allahabad, by the Rev.JH. Pratt, A. M., John Theopilus, Revaz, Esq of the Bengal Civil Service, to Mary, eldest daughter of William Lambert, Esq., of the same service.
-At Calcutta, at the Cathedral, by the Rev. A Garstin, - Mr. Robert Godfree, to Miss Anne Margaret Hamilton.
29. At St John's Cathedial, by the Venerable the Archdeacon. Mr J. B, M. Ross, to Miss Letitia Powers, only daughter of Mr, P. W. Powers.
21. At Delhi, Mrs. E. Crouch.
Feb. 2. At Saugor Central India, by Major General Sir T. Anbury, C B. Commanding the Saugor division, Lieutenant W. Bignal 69th regiment native infant y, to Miss M Kyd.
22. At Calcutta, Mrs Elizabeth Bailey, relict of the late Mr. William Bailey, aged 105 years
23. At Calcutta, at the General Hospital, Mr. John Gib
13. At Calcutta at the Principal Romon Catholic Church, by the Rev. Antonio da Santa Maria, Mr J. H. Peters, Watch-bons, late steward of the Ship Vansittart, aged 50 years. maker, to Aliss Henrietta Rittman
20. At Futtebghar, at Christ Church, by the Rev. W. Sturrock A. B., Mr. John O'Brien Kew, head clerk magistrate's office, Shahjehaupore, to Miss Ma ia Tutty.
24. At how, walwa, Brian Hamilton, the son of Lieut. W. Hodgson, of the Ben. H A., aged 16 months and 5 days. 25. At Calcutta, Mrs. Charlotte Watts, reliet of the late Joseph Watts, Esq. of Howrah, aged 51 years.
23. At Saint Peter's Church, Mr. W Mario, of the Iro. Bridge Department, to Mary Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Capt R. Smitn.
26 At Calcutta, Mrs. Ann Humphreys, relict of the late, Mr Jacob Humphreys, aged 90 years.
At Calcutta, at the Old Church, by the Venerable the Arch deacon, Mr. W. Ridsdale, of Bi-hop's College, to Henrietta Rothman, second daughter of the late J. U. Sheriff, E-q.
27. At Fort William, Mrs. Mary Ann, the lady of Capt. George Hogarth, of the Cameronians.
28 At Agra, the infant son of Mr. E. Gray, of the Political Department, aged 3 months.
March 1, At Nusseerabad, Major Hecter Mackenzie, 74th, regt. N. I, deeply regretted.
24. At Calcutta Mr. V. Rees, to Miss Eliza Jones, eldest daughter of the late Mr. James Jones, of Ireland.
2. At Agra, Cptain and Brevet Major Theophilus Bolton of the 47th native infantry.
At Kishnaghur, at the house of Dr. Fuller, E. Delpe-At Fort Willam at St. Peter's Church, by the Rev. O. Rus-ron, Esq., aged 21 years and 5 months, deeply and sincerely pini, Mr. J. Jeffereis, formerly Sergeant Major to the 1st battalion regretted. artillery, to Mrs. Sarah Buchanan.
27. At the Scotch Rirk, by the Rev. Mr Charles, Mr. Augustus Frederick Langer, to Miss Saralı Colgan,
4. At Calcutta, Mr. Charles Malachi Smith, an assistant in the secret and pelitical department. - At Purneah, Mrs. M. A. D'Assis.
6. At Calcutta, Mr. Michael Newson, Livery Stable Keeper, aged 38 years
-At Calcutta, Mrs. Ann Cox, relict of the late Captain William Bentford Cox, of the Bengal Engineers, late of Fort Marlbro' Bencoolen, deeply regretted. 8. At Calcutta, in Park Street, Chowringhee, Amelia Anne, infant, daughter of the Hon. Mr. and Mrs. Shakespear, aged 1 year, 1 month and 27 days.
At Dacca, Mrs. P. M. David, relict of the late P. M. David, Esq., sincerely regretted.
At Madras, in the 30th year of her age, Elizebeth Susanna, the beloved wife of W. R. White, Esq., Acting Deputy Inspector General of Hospitals, Her Majesty's troops.
11. At Barrackpore, Emily Madeline, the infant daughter of Alexander Humfrays, Esq., of the horse artillery, aged 13 months, and 5 days.
12. At Calcutta, Mr. John Smith, Surveyor aged 22 years. -At Calcutta, Mrs. Mary Anne Clive, wife of Mr. George Clive, Assistant in the Sudder Board of Revenue, Allahabad, aged 24 years and 4 months.
At Cawnpore, Augusta Anna, the beloved child of Augustus Master, Esq, 7th light cavairy, aged 2 years, 10 months and 12 days, deeply lamented.
on board the Barque Britannia, Capt. Leiath, on his passage to the Mauritius, Wi liam McDonald Cameron, Esq., aged 26 years, 8 months and 15 days.
Dec. 7 At Sea, on board the Palmyra, Jackson Perring. Esq, late solicitor General of the Island of Ceylon, aged 37 years.
20. At Kunaul, of small pox, Brevet Captain George James Cookson, 2d battalion H. C. Artillery.
13 At the General Hospital, Mr. John Longdon, aged 37 years
-At mymensing, M. W. Carruthers, Esq., of the Bengal Civil Service, aged 17 years.
At Mr. Spence's, Town hall, Calcutta Mrs. Anna Austin, relict of Dr. Austin, Madras Medical Service, aged 27 years 23. At Calcutta, Mrs. Elizabeth Matthews, wife of the late Mr. Joseph Matthews, of the Judicial department, aged 75 years.
24 At Calcutta, Master Robert Orton, son of the late Mr. George Orton, of the Ordnance department, aged 16 years
and 5 months.
16. At Delhi, Philip Augustus, infant, son of the late G. Lumley, Esq., aged 1 year and 5 months.
17 At Chandernagore, Monsieur Claude Brunet, aged 21 years and 9 days.
19 At Calcutta, after about fourteen hours suffering of spasmodic cholera, Mrs. Amelia Hendersen, the wife of George Henderson, Esq., of 5, Farlie Place, solicitor, deeply regretted.
At Calcutta, Master John Nicol. a Ward of the Upper 25 Orphan School, aged 9 years and 6 months
At Calcutta, Charles Frederick Young, Esq., of the Bengal Civil Service, aged 26 yeara.
20. At Calcutta,the Honorable Henry Davenport Shakespear Esq., member of the Supreme Council of India, aged 52 years 2. At Calcutta, Mr. Win. Johnson, of Cholera, aged about 19th years.
At Cal utta, Mr. J. T. Laurence, of Cholera, aged 34 years - At Calcutta Mrs. Anna Maria Grillard, aged 48 years, 9 months and 26 days.
- At Fort William, Louisa Cecelia, the infant daughter of Brevet Captain French, Her Majesty's 26th regiment, aged 10 momhs and 14 days.
Secoud 5 pr. ct Third
22. At Calcutta, of Cholera, Mrs. E. Davis, aged 42 years
and 5 months.
INDIGO.-There is no change to notice in this article since our last. The exports to the evening of the 28th instant areTo Great Britain.. ...Fy. mds. 68,203
Fy. mds. 88,622
RAW SILK.-We have not heard of any transaction since our week's quotations. Jast, and have no alteration in prices to notice
23. At Calcutta, Robert, the infant son of P. Daly. Jail Sergeant, aged 7 months.
REVIEW OF THE CALCUTTA MARKET.
24. At Calcutta, Miss Cecilia Damzen, daughter of Mr. Solomon Damzen, Political department, aged 10 years, 8 months and 24 days.
(From the Bengal Hurkaru Price Current, March 31.)
Transfer Loan of 1835-86,
At Calcutta, Mr. Johu Rittman, constable of the police, aged 38 years.
- At Calcutta, Miss Louisa Lee, aged 16 years, 4 months and 13 days.
At Calcutta, Mrs. Elizabeth Carmello Rodrigues, aged
years, 2 months and 9 days.
SILK PIECE GOODS -The demand has been somewhat active during the week, chiefly for the English market, and our last quotations are maintained.
25. At Calcutta, Mrs Frances Hanway Udny, lady of George Udny, Esq., of the H. C. Civil Service, aged 21 years. At Calcutta, Mr J Espencer, aged 27 years.
COTTON.-We have not heard of any transaction in the new staple. A shipment of last year's produce has been made per Volunteer for China, which we understand, was purchased from 8 to 12 aunas under the currency of last season.
From No. 1200 a 15200 to sell dis. 8 a pm
26 At Calcutta, of Cholera, Miss Joana Pereira, aged 40 years
27 At Calcutta, at the residence of his brother, Monsieur Frederic Tiron, of la Rochelle, aged 37 years.
SALTPETKE.-The demand for this article, continues to be but trifling, but prices remain steady. The Stock in the Bazar is very heavy, and reported of Chaprah about 10,000 bags and other qualities 19,000 bags.
EUROPE.-Died in London, on the 18th December, 1337, Jane Ralston, second daughter of Captain G, R. Crawfurd, last, Jane, eldest Artillery, aged 7 years and 10 days. At Bath, on the 29th July daughter of the late william Marriott, Esq.. formerly in the Honorable Company's Civil Sevice on the Bengal Establish
SUGAR-Continues to engage attention for shipments to Eng. Band and Hobart Town, and prices are quoted at an advance of bout 3 annas per maund on our last quatations.
29 At Calcutta, William Levie Malone Toone, Esq., of the Hon'ble Company's Civil Service, aged 26 years.
At Kensington, on the 27th November, Edwarrd William, fourth son of Major H. Moberly, Secretary Madas Military Board, aged 9 years.
0 15 0 p. ct.
The stock of the old Sugar has considerably diminished and is reported to consist of about 5,000 bags, none of the new sugar has yet arrived in the market.
SHELL LAC AND
LAC DYE-Transactions during the week have been confined to the latter, prices of which have advanced a shade.
HIDES AND HORNS-Continue in steady demaud, at former prices.
OIL SEEDS.-Without report of purchase, and remain at last
BENGAL BANK. (Co.'s Rs. 4,000) Prem. Co.'s Rs. 3,250 a 3,200
s. d. s. d.
1229 chests. 800 "
COURSE OF EXCHANGE.
RATES OF INTEREST AND DISCOUNT.