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FINANCIAL DEPARTMENT, THE 7TH MARCH, 1838.-Mr. J. H. Astell is confirmed in the appointment of senior Member of the Hon. Company's financial agency at Canton, from the date of Mr. Jackson's resignation, viz. 18th November 1836.

Mr. H. M. Clarke is confirmed in the appointment of Second Member of the Hon. Company's financial agency at Canton, from the 18th November 1836.

Head Quarters, Simla, 12th February 1833.-The Cawnpore station order of the 8th ultimo, making the, following arrange. POLITICAL DEPARTMENT, CAMP AT PANEEPUT, THE 28TH FEB 1838. Lieut. and Frevet Captain H. Huddleston, of the 7th regimentments for the march of the artillery drafts arrived from the presi N. 1., is appointed to officiate as an assistant to the Commissidency, under the command of Captain T. Hickman, is confirmed. oner in Kumaoon during Lieutenant A. Ramsay's absence, ou medical certificate.

Lieutenant and Brevet Captain H, N. Pepper, of the 3d batta. lion, to the command of those procee ding to Saugor and Mhow, Assistant Surgeon G. G. Brown, M. D. to have medical charge and hospital apprentice D. Fleming to act as assistant apothecary and assistant steward to the detachment.

POLITICAL DEPARTMENT, CAMP, AT PANEEPOT, THE 28TH FEBRU AR 1838.-Mr. J. Davidson is appointed to o liciate as agent to the Governor General at Bareilly.

MILITARY.

BY THE COMMANDER IN CHIEF.

Head Quarters, Simla, 10th February 1838.-The Cawnpore division order of the 29th ultimo, directing Assistant Steward W. H. Crawford to do duty with a detachment of artillery proceeding to the presidency by water, is confirmed.

Captain Hickman, on his arrival at Mynpoorie with the remain.

The following officers have obtained leave of absence from der of his detachment, to forward the men for Agra, Muttra, and
Nusseerabad, to Agra, under charge of 2d Lieutenant H. M.
their stations :
Conran, of the 4th battalion.

Mr. E. Bentall, magistrate and Collector of Dinagepore, for one month, on private affairs.-Mr. R. Hampton will officiate during Mr. Bentall's absence.

Mr. A. Jackson Principal Sudder Ameen of binagepore, sta-assistant apothecary with the party for Agra. tioned at Maldab, during the ensuing Moharrem vacation.

Ameen ;

Moulavee Futteh Ullee Khan Principal Sudder
Moulavee Neamut Ullee additional Principal Sudder Ameen and
Moulvee Ashraff Hoosain, Sudder Ameen in zillah Bebar,
during the ensuing Mohurrem vacation,

THE 9TH MARCH, 1838.-Captain J. Drummond, commanding the Khoordah Paik Company, for eleven mouths, on medical cir tificate, from the 1st March 1838 to the 1st February 1839, to visit the Himalaya Mountains.

Mr. T. Hugon, sub-assistant to the commissioner of Assam, medical certificate, from for ten months. to proceed to sea on the date of the sailing of the Ship on which he may taken bis

passage.

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Assistant Apothecary G. Higginson and Assistant Steward J, Hennessy to accompany the detachment for Meerut; and hospital apprentice J Kean to be detached from Mynpoorie as acting

Mr. W. S. Dicken, assistant surgeon, attached to the civil station of Balasore, an extension of leave of absence for seven days from the 3d ultimo, in addition to the leave for one month granted by the commissioner on the 22d December last, to enable him to rejoin his station.

Head Quarters, Simla, 14th February, 1838.-His Excel. lency the Commander in Chief is pleased to make the following removal and posting of field officers :

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Lieutenant Colonel John Tavlor (on furlough), from the 29th to the 15th regiment native infantry.

Lieutenant Colonel W. Burroughs new promotion to the 29th regiment native infantry, vice Taylor.

FORT WILLIAM, GENERAL DEPARTMENT, 7TI MARCH, 1838Mr. George Alexander assumed charge of the General Post Office on the 1st instant.

The undermentioned officers have returned to their duty on this establishment, without prejudice to their rank, by permission of

the Honorable the Court of Directors:

POLITICAL DEPARTMENT, CAMP, AT DELHI, THE 17TH FEBRUARY, 1833.-Lieutenant A. Ramsay, assistant to the commissioner in Kumaon, has leave of absence from the first Feb. to the 1st May next, to visit the presidency, preparatory to apply ing to proceed to the Cape of Good Hope, on medical certificate.

Captain James Fraser, of the 2d regiment light cavalry; 1st Lieutenant and Brevet Captain Edward Henry Ludlow, of the regiment of artillery; Lieutenant Osborne Campbell, of the 43d regiment native infantry, and Ensign Frederick Maitland, of the 4th regiment native infantry, date of arrival at Fort William, 19th Feb. 1838.

POLITICAL DEPARTMENT, CAMP, AT DELHI, THE 19TH FEB. 1838The appointment of Ensign M. E. Sherwill, of the 66th regiment native infantry, under date the 20th ultimo, to serve with the Oude auxiliary force, is hereby cancelled, it appearing to be at variance with the general order under date the 24th September 1832.

Lieutenaut Johnson Phillot, of the 10th regiment native infantry, is permitted to proceed to Europe on furlough, on medical certificate.

GENERAL DEPARTMENT, THE 10TH MARCH, 1838.-Sir Charles D'Oyly, Baronet, and Mr. George Adams, of the civil service, embarked for England on board the ship Thomas Grenville, which ship was left by the pilot at sea on the 8th instant.

ECCLESIASTICAL DEPARTMENT, THE 7TH MARCH 1838-The Hon. the Deputy Governor of Bengal is pleased to grant to the Rev. James Charles, senior minister of St Andrew's Church, one month's leave of absence, from the presidency, from the 10th instant for the benefit of his health.

The undermentioned officers have leave of absence:

6th battalion artillery.-Colonel G. Pollock, C. B, from 2d March to 2d September, to visit Simla, on private affairs.

Right wing European regiment.Major G. Warren, from 15th January to 1st June, in extension, to enable him to rejoin.

29th regiment native infantry-Ensign H. T. Daniell, from 15th March to 15th August, to visit Hazareebaugh, on private affairs.

THE 10TH MARCH, 1838-The Rev. John Bell, chaplain on the Bengal establishment embarked for England on board the ship Zenobia, which ship was ieft by the pilot at sea on the 8th

29th regiment native infantry-Major D. D. Anderson, from 15th January to 15th April, to visit Allahabad and the presidency, preparatory to applying for permission to retire from the service.

Ist company 3d battalion artillery -Captain A. Abbott, from 1st March, to 10th March in extension, to enable him to join.

47th regiment native infantry.-Lieutenant and Brevet Captain H. T. Raban, from 30th April to to 30th October to visit the hills in the vicinity of Almorah, on private affairs.

Ramgurb light infantry battalion. -Assistant Surgeon W Dunbar, M. D. from 18th December 1837 to 18th January 1838 10 visit Hazareebaugh, on account of his health,

Lieutenant J. Ramsay, of the 35th regiment native infantry, depu y assistant commissary general, bas leave of absence for four months, from the 1st instant, on urgent private affairs, to visit Meerut and Calcutta, and eventually the Sand-heads.

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38th regiment native infrutry.-Lieutenant William Kennedy to be inteeter and quarter master, vice Hollings appointed to the Oude auxiliary force,

48th regiment native infantry.-Ensign C. Hasell to be Adinjutant, from the 1st of January last, vice Troup appointed to the Oude auxiliary force,

There heing n qualified officer present with the 37th regiment! Captain P. Grant, of the 59th regiment of native infantry, and native infantry. Lieutenan. J. G. B Paton, of the 47th regimat Commandant of the Hurrianah light infantry battalion, to be ap. native infantry, is appointed, from the 3d iustant, to act as inter-cond Assistant Adjutant General of the army, vice Welchman. preter and quarter master to that corps, daring the absence, ou leave, of Lieutenant Curtis, or until further orders

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Captain R. Campbell, of the 43d regiment native infantry, to command the Hurrianah light infantry battalion, vice Graut.

Camp, Delhi, 20th February, 1938.-The following appoint. ments are made in the department of the quarter master general of the army:

Captain J. Scott, of the 55th regiment of native infantry, to be major of brigade to the troops in Oude, vice Sturt appointed to the Oude auxiliary force.

Lientenant G. P. Whish, of the 60th regiment native infantry, to officiate as deputy assistant quarter master general, during Captain Bellew absence on medical certificate, or until further orders.

Ensign A M. Becher of the 61st regiment native infantry, to be an assistant in the office of the quarter master general of the

army.

No. 35 of 1833.-The following appointment made by the Hon. the President of the Council, is published in general orders:

infantry, to be a temporary Aide.de camp on His Honour's per. Captain William Prescott, of the 24 regiment Madras native soual staff from this date, vice Caine.

Head Quarters. Simla 23d February, 1838-The presidency division order of the 5th instant, appointing assistant apothecary A Def redy, at present attached to the 4th, to do duty with the 1st battalion of artillery, is couûrined.

February 20th.--His Excellency the Commander in Chief is pleased to make the following removals and postings of medical officers,

Assistant surgeon A. McD. Stuart, on furlough, from the 5th local horse to the 24 regiment of native infantry. Assistant surgeon J. B. Macdonald, from the 3d light cavalry to the 5th regiment of local horse.

The presidency division order of the 6th instant, directing hilk Mabomed Rikbur, native doctor, at present serving with the 3d regiment of native infantry, to preceed to Ailipore, and do duty with the Calcutta native militia, is confirmed.

The Cawn ore division order of the 15th instant, appointing assistant apothecary John Kobiuson, attached to the 3 buzadie of horse artillery, to act as hospital steward to the brigade, vice Byron performing the duties of apothecary, is confined as a temporary arrangement.

The following assistant surgeons, now at the general hospital, are directed to proc ed and do duty under the superintending surgeons at the stations specified opposite to their names: Assistant surgeon L. T. Watson..........Meerut

G. S. Cardew.........Agra.

J. Arnott, M. D. ......Cawnpore.

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Ensign William Egerton, of the 2d regiment native infantry is appointed to do duty with the Sylhet light intautry belation and directed to proceed and join.

Fort William, 26th February, 1838.-No. 31 of 1838 -The Honorable the Presiden in Council is pleased to make the following promotion.

Medical Department.-Assistant Surgeon Charles Chandler Egerton to be surgeon, from the 19th February 1:38, vice suleið J. M. Todd deceased.

The undermentioned officer is permitted to proceed to Europe on furlough.

Lieutenant Augustus Turner, of the 1st regiment N. I., on medical certificate.

Feb. 22.-The appointment, in general orders of the 23d ultimo, of Sergeant Major Andrew Burrows to the situation of BaZar Sergeant at Mhow, is cancelled, and that non-commissioned officer will continue to serve with the 2d regiment native infantry Quarter Master Sergeant James Cooper is removed from the Ramgarh battalion, and appointed to the 43th regiment of native infantry at Dinapore, vice Quinn pensioned.

Camp, Delhi, 22d Feb. 1839.-The Right Hon. the Governor General is pleased to make the following appointments:

The Hon. the President in Council is pleased to make the following promotions:

Captain John Welchman, of the 10th regiment of native infantry, and second assistant Adjutant General to be first assistant Adjutant General, vice Craigie appointed deputy Adjutant General of the army, in general orders of the 22d ultimo.

71st Regiment N I-Lieutenant and Brevet Captain William McGeorge to be Captain of a company, and Ensign Cerjat Michael Bristow to be Lieutenant, from the 1st January 1-38, in succession to Brevet Major R Bayldon, retired on the pension of

a Lieutenant-Colonel.

Mr. William Fisher is admitted to the service, in conformity with his appointment by the Honourable the Court of Directors, as a Cadet of Cavalry on this establishment, and promoted to the rank of Cornet, leaving the date of his cotamisson for future ad. justment, date of arrival at Fort William, 21st Feb. 1838.

Assistant surgeon A. Gibbon will, on the arrival of the 58th

Surgeon Thomas Monro, of the medical department, is per native infantry at Barrackpore, rejoin the European regiment at mitted to retire from the service of the East India Company, from the 1st proximo. Agra, to which he stands posted.

Assistant surgeon Alexauder Bryce, M. D., is removed from the 2d to the 1st brigade of horse artillery, and directed to join is head quarters at Kurnaul.

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February 23-Lieutenant A. Ramsay, assistant to the commissioner in Kumaon, during Lieutenant A. Ramsay's absence missioner in Kemaon, has obtained leave of absence, in the poli- ou medical certificate. tical department, from 1st February to 1st jas, 1838, to visit the presidency, preparatory to applying to proceed to the Cape of Good Hope, on medical certificate.

Ensign William Maitland Roberts, of the 20th regiment N. I, is permitted to proceed to Aurungabad, on bis private affairs, and to be absent from Bengal on that account for six months.

4th regiment light cavalry.-Cornet G Jackson, from 30th March to 30th September, to visit the hills north of Deyral, on private affairs.

12th regiment native infautry-Ensign C. F. Bruere, from 15th March to 30th April, to visit Neemuch

on private affairs.

34th regiment native infantry.-Sur.con R. Tytler, M. .D, from 5th February to 30th April, to visit Gwalior, on private

@airs.

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The undermentioned assistant overseers are promoted to the rank of overseer in the department of public works, to supply four vacancies which have occurred in that grade by the death of overseer Mcftitchie, and resignation of overseer Little, O'Mea ra, and Waring.

to be an assistant to the agent to the Governor General in the Lieutenant J. Duncan, of the 26th regiment native infantry,

Saugor and Nerbudda territories, vice Cornet C. G. Fagan, per mitted to resign that appointment.

Camp, Kurnal, 2d March, 1833.-The following appointments were made on the 28th ultino, in the political department north western provinces:

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28th February -The presidency division order of the 13th the service, to proceed to Cawnpore, and do duty with the 5th instant, directing Cernet A. S. Gallway recently admitted into regiment of light cavalry at that station, is confirmed.

The Dinapote division order of the 31st ulimo, directing al eports of the division to be made to Colonel R. Bartley, of Her Alajesty's 19th regiment, is confirmed.

Lieutenant Colonel J.

Frushard's regimental order of the 28th uitimo, appointing Ensign G Dalston to act as Adjuvant to the 58th regiment of native infantry, vice Parkker prooceeding on leave, is confirmed as a temporary arrangement,

Lie ebant Colonel J. Tulloch's regimental order of the 140 insant, appointing Lieutenant T Riddell to act as Adjutant to the 69th regiment of native infantry, during the absence of Lieutenant Whish, is confirmed.

Captain J. Christie, of the d light cavalry, to act as station
The Kurnaul station order of the 3d instant, appointing Brevet
staff during the absence, on duty of the deputy assistant Adjutant,
General of the Si hind division is confirmed.

The Malwah artillery division order of the 4th ultime, appointing Sergeant-major Reid, of the 3d battalion artillery, to act as Sub-Conductor, and to take charge of the stores in the ordnance depot at Mhow, vice Gare deceased, is confirmed as a temporary arrangement.

Captain W. Mactier, of the 4th regiment light cavalry, is up. Assistant overseers Geofry Coleman, Edward Hepper, Thomas pointed to officiate as deputy judge Advocate General to the Sir. hind division of the army, during the absence, on leave, of Captain Angelo, or until further orders.

Stubbs and Alexander D'Castro.

Ensign G. A F. Hervey, of the 3d regiment of native infantry, is permitted to visit the hills north of Deyrah, instead or simia, for the period of leave granted to him in General Orders of the 19th ulumo.

Lieutenant and Brevet Captain J. Huddleston, of the 7th regimeut native infantry, to cliclate as an assistant to the Com-station orders of the 17th ultimo, appointing Lieutenant C. Head Quarters, Simla, 2d March, 1838.-The Neemuch

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with rank from the 1st of March, 1839, vice Surgeon John Turner retired.

Regiment of artillery -Capt. W. Anderson, to rank from 11th October 1837, in the room of L. Burroughs retired; 1st Lts J. L. C. Richardson, to rank from 11th October 1837, in the room of W. Anderson promoted; M Mackenzie, to rank 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. 1845, in the room of G G Campbell retired; N. Morgan, to rank from 24 S prember 1835, in the room of F S. Matthews deceased; J. Davidson, to rank from 5th September 1835, in the room of J. Eckford deceased; . Mottley, 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 D., o rank from 12th March 1836, in the room of J. Henderson deceased; J. Innes, M D, to rank from 19th March 1836, in the oom of O. Wray, deceased; G. Smith, to rank f om 21st March 1836, in the room of R. N Burnard de ceased; J F. Stegart, M. D., to rank from 11th November 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 room of J. J. Patterson deceased; J. George, to rank from 1st May 1837, in the room of R. Grahame invalided; J. S. Sul livan, to rank from 3d May 1837, in the room of James Duncan deceased; J W. Grant, to rank fro 18th July 1s37, 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 1837, in the room of W. Thomas retired; CC. Egerton, to rank from 31th Dec 1837, in the room of Swiney, MD, retired; J. Menzies,, to rank from 19th Feb 1838, in the room of J.M. Todd deceased; B. Wilson, to rank from 1st March 1838, in the room of T. M. Munro retired.

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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 1837 to the 1st February last, the latter being the dare of his cereiving charge of the Gowalparah division.

Mr. J.V. Law, of the pension establishment, is permitted to J.reside and draw his stipend at Cawnpore, instead of Futtehghur.

Captain J. Drummond, of the 19th regiment native infantry, commanding the Khoordah Paik company, obtained, in the judicial and revenue department, under date the 9th instant, leave of absence for eleven months, on medical certificate, from the 1st March 1838 to the 1st Februnry 1839, to visit the Himalaya mountains.

Head Quarters, Simla, 6th March 1833-Brigadier G. Penny's station order of the 1st of January last, directing all reports of the station of Barrackpore to be made to Colonel J. Cook, is confirmed.

25th Regiment native infantry.-Captain T. O. O'Beirne, from 25th February to 25th August to visit the presidency, preparatory to submitting an application for furlough.

Head Quarters, Simla, 8th March 1839.-The Jubbulpore station order of the 15th ultimo, directing surgeon A. Simson, MD., of the 46th, to afford medical aid to the 33d regiment of native infantry, on the departure of surgeon G. Smith, is con firmed.

Medical staff-superintending surgeon C. Campbell, Sirhind division, from 7th March, to 31st March to visit Simla, on private 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 March to 10th March, 1830, to visit the hills north of Deyiah, ou medical certificate.

1st regiment light cavalry-Lieutenant Colonel J. W. Rober. deau, from 26th February to 26th August, to visit Simla, on pri. vate 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,

Conductor R. Sault, of the invalid pension establishment, is permitted to reside and draw his stipend at Agra, instead of Dinapore.

Captain T.C. Wilton, of the invalid establishmeut, is permitted to reside at Delhi, and to draw bis pay and allowances from the Agra pay office.

Assistant Apothecary Richard Bean, promoted in Government general orders of the 19th ultimo, will continue to do duty in the hospital of Her Majesty's 16th lancers, during the absence, on duty, of assistant apothecary Absalom, or until further orders.

Head Quarters, Simla, 13th March 1838.-The Commander in Chief in India has been pleased to make the following appoint inent, on His Excellency's personal staff.

Ensign R. H. Yea, of Her Majesty's 13th regiment of foot, to be aide-de-camp, from the 1st instant.

Lieutenant and Brevet Captain E. H. Ludlow is appointed to act as Adjutant to the right wing 4th battalion of artillery.

Fort William, 26th March, 1838.-No. 45 of 1838.-Mr. Crawford Trotter Chamberlain is admitted to the service, in confor mity with bis appointment by the Hon. the Court of Directors as a cadet of infantry on this establishment, and promoted to the rank of Ensign, leaving the date of his commission for future adstajustment.-Date of arrival at Fort William, 20th March 1888.

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Head Quarters Simla, 10th March 1838.-The presidency division order of the 23d ultimo, directing hospital apprentice J. Fagan, lately attached to Her Majesty's 11th light dragoons, to Rjoin and do duty to Her Majesty's 9th regiment of foot, is confirined.

The Neemuch station order of the 8th ultimo, directing Surgeon

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

aid to the Mewar division of artillery, is confirmed.

Gunner John King, of the 4th company 4th battalion artillery, who was directed in general orders of the 21st of September last, 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.

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 as 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 Futtehgur, during the absence, on leave, of Surgeon

The leave of absence granted to Captain C. J. Lewes, of the R. Tyler, m. d, is confirmed. 50th regiment native infantry, assistant commissary general, in The Allababad garrison and cantonment order of the 24th Janugeneral orders No. 238, of the 4th December last, is to have effectary, directing all reports of the garrison and cantonment to be from the 6th of January until the 8th February last, instead of the made to Lieutenant Colonel J. Orchard, commanding the 31st reperiod therein stated. giment of native infantry, is confirmed.

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