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Dilto - l ieutenant J. S. Wood, from Ist April to 1st May next, / sidency, to appear before a medical board. to enable him to join.

62.! Ditto-Lieutenant F. E. Scobe'l, to Enuland for 2 years Dillo--Ensign G. Wade, ditto ditto.

from date of emharkation, on argent private affairs. 31st Foot - Lieutenant B. Æ S. Hutchinson, for 2 months, to

By Order of the Commander in Chief, Calcatta, and thence to England, from date of embarkation, and will report his arrival at the horse guards,

R. TORRENS, Major Genl. 4418 Dillo-Captqin E. . Estrange for two months, to the pre

Adjt. Genl. to Her Majesty.

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

ARRIVALS AT KEDGEREE.

Barettee; Mr Chamberlain, Cadet; Messrs. J. Hampton, G. Hamp.

top and Higgins. Steerage Passengers.--Messrs. Heritage and March 1st-Eaglish Schovner Guyne, J. Fairweather, from Stoddari, and 2 Privates, H. 31. 8.-From Madras.- Mr Setb. Moulinein 4th February.

Per Cashmere Merchant. Mrs. Smellie; Lieut, H. B. Herbert, 30.-H. M. Ship Wolf, Capt. E. Stanley, from Madras 18th 7th Rext M. N. 1Feb. ; English Barque Ariel, W Wardeu, from China 34 Feb. Per Elizabeth, -Mrs. Glass ; A, W. Glass. Merchant.

Sih- French Ship Vernui, P. Herricbon, from Bourbon 21st January.

DEPARTURES FROM CALCUTTA. 7th - English Barque Catherine, A Brown, from Cape of Good

March 7th. - Belhaven, B. W. Crawford, for Bussorah and llope leth January ; English Ship Heywood, J Jones, from Liver.

Bushire. pool 17th Au:usi.

81b. — Susan, J. Young for Liverpool. Ath - English Bargne Gilbert Munro, Jas. Nicholson, from the Mauri ius 17th January - English Barque Elephania, J. 1. Pshus, for singapore and China

9th,-London, M. King, for Liverpool; Sir Edward Ryan, Buchanan, from Liverpool sth Noveinver; English Barque Sophia, I Grimwood. from Bombay 2-th January, and cannanore 7th Bernarid, for Bourbon ; Francis Warden, Nacoda, for Bombay.

March 10 h. - Crcelia. Levesque, for Bourbon; Astronome, G. February ; English Ship Donna Pascoa, J. Hullock, froin the Mauritius and Ceylon (no date; and Point de Galle 234 February. o. Eules, for Persian Gulph.

12th. - Haidee, A Symers, for Mauritius ; John Adam, E. D. 9th - English Ship Sultana, J. Page, from Bombay 22d January and Allepee (no date); A C. Steamer Diana, 8. Cougaltun, froin ner, for London ; Bright Planet, A. Steel, for Australia ; Ann,

14.- Eucles, R. Paul, for Liverpool ; Royal Saron, R. RenDlouliner (no date) and Amberst 28th February

J. McGowan, for China; Resolution. A. R. Dixon, for Nindras 1.21h.- French Barque Clio, P.le Rossignol, from the Mauritius

19tb.- Baboo, G. B Brock, for London; sarund Chunder, 230 January : English Barque Caloutta. T. H. Bentley, 1 om Gs Jones, for Khyouk Phyoo and Moulmein. Moulmein 24th and Amherst 26th February. 151.-H. C. Brig Krishna, T. C. Robson, froin Kyook Phyoo for Singapore and China.

20th - Marion, McCarthy, for London ; Ariel, W. Warden, 2d, aud Akyab 9ih baich. 16th.- English Ship Robarts, B. J. Elder, from London (no

21st.- Euphrasia, A. Payet for the Mauritius.

2:d.- Dover, J. Austen, for Boston. date) Portsmouth 6th November, Cape sia January, and madras 8th March.

26th.-John Hepburna, B. Robertson, for Moulme'n and Ran.

goon ; Catherina, A. Brown, for Cape or Good Hope. 18th.-French Ship Atlas, Gullet, from Bourbon 15th Jan

29th.- Soobrow. W. Smith, for Point de Galle. 20th.-English Schooner Elizabeth, J. Glass, from Colombo 20 and Point de Galle 6th March ; Englsh Ship Juliu, R. Richards, leer, A. McMinn, for Singapore and Cuina ; Frasquilla, P. Her

30th - Donna Maria, H. R. Bowman, for stockholm ; Volun. from China 27th January, Singapore 10th and Penang 22d Feb.

richon, for Bourbon. ruary ; English Barque Cashmere Merchant, I Smellie, from Dloulmein 27th February,

DEPARTURES OF PASSENGERS. 221.-English Brig Jessy, J. Auld, from Penang 15th Feb. 26th.-H M. Ship Rattlesnake, Capta n W. Hubson, from Am. and Signora Schieroni ; C, D. Davidson, Esq, c. $; Dr. Munro ;

Per Marion --Mrs Davidson, Mrs. McDonald, Mis Courha berst 3d, and Rangoon Tith March. The Jellinghee in tow of the Thames arrived on the 13th, with Capt Me Andrews : Lieu: Mac Donald. R. Nic. Hutchins. Esq.

Capt Fraser; Lieut. Catherey, 13th Dragoons ; Capi. C. Gover the following passengers. Mr. and Mis Brielzeke, Miss Sweed land and J. Martin, Esq., Tith Diagoons.

Lieuts. Phillpot and Ramsay ; L. Playfair, Esq; Masters David.

Nasters Goodfellows; and Miss The Matabanga, in tow of the Lord William Bentinck, from son and Hogarth, and

Davidison. Allahabad to Calcutta, passed Gauzer porr on the oth insiant, with the following passengers.- From Allahıb d.-Dwarkanauth Ta. Mrs. Durbam and Child ;-Durhamn Esq., c. S. and air. Jo.

Per Ariel, for China -Capt. John Hudson. For Singapore gore, Esq., Baboo Chuodernauth Chatterjee; Dr. McWhie.

baunes. From Mirzapore – Mrs. and Miss Fugan, for Calcutta, Mr. W,

Per Indiana, for London, via Cape and St. Helena.-Mrs. Agnew; for Kainpore Bawleab- From Benares - Mis Millet add na rison and Lieut. Martin. Mrs Hogg, for Calcutta.

Per Srsostris, for London.rs Yates ; Miss Deane ; A. ARRIVALS OF PASSENGERS.

Charlton, Esa: E. W. Dodgson, Esq; Curnet Sbute ; Lieuts.

Turner, anı Fisher. Per Ariel, from China.-William McTaggart, T. Scott, and G. Por so brow, for Point de Galle.-Mrs. Fulton and Child,

and Mr Fulton, M. Sherien, Esqrs, mercbants, and Capt. J. Hudson, of the Isa bella Robertson.

Per Eudora, for Hobart Town.-Mrs. Loughnan; Lieut.

Longbnan ; Messrs Twisden, Dennis and Sutton. Per Diany, from Moulmein.-Dr. Richardson, Surgeou.

The Soorma, in tow of tbe Jumu , left Culcutta on Monda Per (lio.- Mr. and Mrs. T. Francis. Per H. C. Brig Krishna, from Kyouk Pyh: 0.-Mrs Parker, for the Western Provinces, with the following passengers ;- To 38 Sepoys, 67th N. 1., and 2 convicts. From Akyab - Captain

Allahabad - Miss Roberts, Misy Hamilton, and Lieutenant

Thomas. To Virzapore -Captain Manning. To Ghazeepore.Edwards, 14 Convicts, I Nuffadar and 4 Sepoys, Guard.

A. Hammoud ; Miss lead and Captain and Mrs. Per Robarts, from London.- Hon. Mr. and Mrs. Amos, and 2 Revd Mr.

To Dinapore.-.Mis. Bridgman. To Rampore Beur. Children; Major Andrews, H. M. 31 stagions; or Toone, c. Maitland. S; Baron Von Stong, H. M. 13th Regt.. ar. Bennet; Nr.' reuh.-F. A Lushington, Esq., and E. Wylly, Esq.

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DOMESTIC OCCURRENCES.

BIRTHS. Jan, 10 At Nusseerabad, the lady of Surgeon Dalrymple, 9th light cavalry, of a son.

29. At Hoshungabad, the lady of Lieutengnt MacGregor, 65th regiment native insan ry, of a son and beir.

30. At Nusseerabad, the lady of Capt. H. N. Worsley, 74th regt. N. I, of a daughter.

Feb. 4. At Arrah, Sbababad, the lady of Staplake Henry Bat. son, Esq., Civil Assistant Surgeon, of a daughter.

7. At Neemuch, the lady of Captain R. F. Macvitie, 49th regiment pative infantry, of a son.

10. At Jubbulpore, the lady of Major William Henry Sleeman, Ist regimeut of native infantry, of a danghter.

- At Agra, Mrs. Ann Panton, of a son.

14. At Gazeepore, the wife of Mr. J. Pitts, Apothecary, H. M. 4f1b regiment, of a daughter.

16. At Sons Souci, Prince of Wale's Island. the lady Georgo Stuart, Esq , of Penang. of a danghter,

16. At Hossunabad, 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 Sutberland, of e daughter. 24. At Calcutta the wife of Mr. James Stark, of a son. 25. At Calcutta, Mrs. J. P. Green, of a 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, A, M. 31st regt., of a daughter, still-born,

a son.

At Pussewa, Juanpore, the lady or Vincent T.egear, Esqs. of - At Cawnpore, by the Rev' J Jennings, M. A , Court HY

Bazett, 5th ligbit cavalry,to Lousia Colebrooke, youngest daughte 3. At Bangalore, the lady of Capt J. C. Coflin, Paymaster, in of the late Jobn Bruce, Esq. of the Honorable East India Coin. Mysore, of a son, still born.

pany's medical service. 4. At Cawonore, rs John Beaumont, of a son.

10. At Calcutta at the Cathedral, by the Rer, Henry Fisher, 5. Ai Semu! barru Faciory, Purueab, the lady of G Walker, Werner Cathrey, Esq , of Her Majesty's lith regiment of light Esq., of a 140:hter.

dragoons, to Jane Jann. tte Hosesson, surviviug daughter of tbe - At Benares, the lady of Mojor? Sibbald, 41st N. I., of a lale Thomas Hoseason. Esq., formerly of Banklands, near Lynn, danghiter.

in the County of Norfolk, 0. At Calcutta, Mrs F. T. Fergusson, of a son.

Ai Barrackpore, by the Rev, A. Hammond, A,B, Charnock. - At Mooradabail, the Indy of J. Towgovd, y5th regiment, ofn Ingleby Harrison, Esq. 65th regiment native infapiry, to Mary daugh'er.

Aline filth Daughter of the late Capjain Tritton, Her Majesty's 7. At Calcutin, Sobhabazar, Rajah Rajkishen's house, the wife 24th dragoons. of Rajah Apurvakrishna Bahadur, of a son.

12, At Calcutta, at the Cathedral, by the Rev. 8, Fister, Yr. - At Esplala le Row, the lady of J f Leith, Esq. of a Wiliam Nril Dodd, St rjeant Major 67ıb regiment native infantıy daughter.

tMiss Margaret Ailey. - At Allahabad, the lady Lieut. Alsion, of the 68tb regt y. I. - At Chiusur:sh, by the Rev. J. H A. Rudd, A. B. J. Saukey of a dau ghter.

Esq., of H. M. 9th regt, of foot to Mrs. Sai ab Anne Bromly. 8. At Benores, the lady of c. C. Pigot, Esq., 18th regiment 15, At Calcutta, at -t, Andrew's Church, by the Reverend Mr. native infantry, of a son.

Mc Donald, James Adves, Esq, to Miss Flora Lyon, - At Calcutta, Mrs F Boezalt, of a still-born son.

- At Meerutt, at St. John's Church, George Larkins, Esq. - At Kurnaul, the lady of J. R. Colvin, Esq. of a son. horse artillery; to Emma Carnachan. 9 At Bolaram, the lady of Lieut. Howorth, 39th regt. B.N.I, 20. At Allahabad, by the Rev.jo. Pratt, A. M., John Thenpilus, of a dau:hter.

Revaz, Esq of the Bengal Civil Service, to Mary, eldest daughter - Al Ajmere, the wife of Mr. G. D Boyd, Head Clerk to the of William Lambert, Esq., oftler same service. Superintendent, of a daughter.

- At Calcutta, at the Cathedral, by the Rev. A Garstin, Mr. 12. At Calcutta, the lady of L A Richy, l’sq. of a son

Robert Godfree, to Miss Antie Margaret Hamilton. 15 At Benares, the lapy of Li-ut.F. Burkinyoung, of a son 29. At St John's Cathedial, by the Venerable Archdeacos AI Colcutta, Mrs. A Smith, of a son.

Mr J, B, M. Rosk, to Miss Letitia Powers, only daughter of Nir, A Agra. Mrs James Stuart, of a sin

P. W. Powers. 17. At l'u'soma, Factory zillah Rajeshye, Mrs. A C. Monnier, EUROPE, -The Rev. R, Crosse, son of a ('rosse. Esq, of Eyue of a son.

Court, Bromfield, to Eliza Mary, widow of the late Lieut, Arcbr, 19. At Barrackpore, tlie wife of Quarter Master Sergeant Hol. H, M, 16th foot, anil secoud daughter of Charles Mackenzie, Esq. Jinsworth, of a daughter

Bengal Civil Service, 21 At Calcutta, Mrs P Victor, of a daighter. 22. At Calcutta, Mrs Jane Dunnett, the wife of Mr. J. L. Dun.

DEATHS. net, Veterinari Surgeon, of a daughter,

26 tt Dim Dim, the lady of Alexander Humfrays, Esq., of the Horse Artillery, of a daughter

Nov 4. on board the Barque Britannin, Capt. Leiath, on 27. In Sudder street, Chuwringhee, the lady of Lieut. C, W. his passage to the Mauritius, Wiliam McDonald Cameron, Montriou, NT., of a son.

Esq., a red 20 years, 8 months and 15 days. 28. Ai Calcutta, ihe lady of N, C. Biale, Esq., of a daughter. Dec. 7 At Sca, on board the Palmyra, Jackson Perring, 29. At Calculta, Mrs. FH. l'aterson, of a s..n

Esq , late solicitor General of the Island of Ceylon, aged 37 30 At (alcutta, the indy of the levd A B. Lish, of a dau hier years. 31 At Ca culta, the lady of James Ogilvie, Esqof a solo

Feb 2. At ruddalore, urs. F.melia Barbara McCally, (relict - Al Deyral, iu tue Dhoon, lady of Captain Juba lisher, 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. MARRIAGES.

20. At kui naul, of small pox, Breret Captain George James

Cookson, 2d battalion H. C. Artillery. Feb. 2. Al Saugor Central Ludia, by Maj. General Sir

21. at Delbi, Wrs. E. Crouch. T. Anbury, C B. Commanding the Saugor division, Lieuten at

22. At d'alcutta, Mrs Elizabeth Bailey, relict of the late W. Bigual 69th reginnt native infant y, to Miss M Kyd. Mr. William Bailey, aged 105 years

13. At Calcutta at the Principal Romon Catholic Church, by 23. At Calcutta, at the General Hospital, Mr. John Cibe the Rev. Antonio da Santa Maria, Mr J. H. Peters, Watch. bons, late steward of the Ship Vansittari, aged 50 years. maker, to Niss Henrietta Rittman

21. At Mhow, Malwa, Krian Hamllton, the son of Lieut. 20. At Futtrdghr, it Christ Church, hy the Rev. W. Sturrock W. Hodgson, of the Ben. H A., aged 16 tnonths aud 5 days. A. B., Mr. John O'Brien Kew, bead clerk magistrate's office, 25. At Calcutta, Mrs. Charlotte Watts, reliet of the late Shahjehaupore, to Miss Ha ia Tutty. ?: At Saint Peter's Church, Mr. W. Mar io, of the Iro. Joseph Watts, Esq.of Howrah, aged 51 years.

26 At Calcutta, Mrs. Ann Humpbreys, relict of the late, Bridge Department, to Mary Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Capt Mr Jacob Humphreys, aged 90 years. R. Smito.

27. At Fort William, Mrs. Mary Ann, the lady of Capt. - At Calcutta, at the Old Church, by the Venerable the Arch. George Hogarth, of the Cameronians. deacon, Mr. W. Ridsdale, of Bi-hop's College, to Henrietta Ruth- 28 At Agra, the infant son of Mr. E. Gray, of the Political man, second daughter of the late J. U. Sheriff, E q.

Department, aged 3 months. – Al Chinsuiah, by the Rev. Mr. Rudd, C. D. Quinton, Esq., March 1, At Nusseerabad, Major Hector Mackenzie, 74th, to Mrs. 'T. Elizabeth, relict of the late Charles Barber, Esq. of regt. N.I., deeply regretted. Chinsurah.

2. At Agra, i ptain and Breret Major Theophilus Boltou 24. At Calcutta Mr. V. Rees, to Miss Eliza Jones, eldest of the 17th wative infantry. daughter of the late Mr. James Jones, of Ireland.

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, forinerly Sergeant Major to the ist battaliou regretted. artillery, to Mrs. Sarah Buchanan.

4. At calcutta, Mr. Charles Malachi Smith, an assistant 27. At the Scoicb firk, by the Rev. Mr Charles, Mr. Augustus in the secret and pelitical department. Frederick Langer, to Miss Sarali Culgan,

At Purneah, Mrs. M. A. D'Assis 28. Agra by the Rev. Gregory Mary d: Bénér, Catbolic Apostos 6. At Calcutta, Mr. Michael Newson, Livery Stable lic Missionary, and afterwards at ihe Protestant Church, by the Keeper, aged 38 years. Rev. R Chambers, Arnold Henry Matthews, Esq , of Alumcbund - At Caleutta, Mrs. Ann Cox, relict of the late Captain near Allahabad, to Mary Eleanor, eldest daughter of the late William Bentsord Cox, of the Bengal Engineers, late of Port Captain Johu Camin Caroe, of the Honorable East India Com Marlbro' Bencoolen, deeply regretted. pany's Bengal Artillery.

8. At Calcutta, in Park Street, Chowringhee, Amelia 29. At Calcutta, at the Armenian Church, by the Rev. Anne, infant, daughter of the Hon. Mr. and Mrs. Shakespear, David Mackertich, M. Ter Arratoon, Esq. to Miss Elizabeth aged 1 year, 1 month and 27 days. Carapiet, second daughter of Carapiot Mackertich, Esq

Al Dacca, Mrs. P. M. David, relict of the late P. M. David, Mur. 1. At the Cathedral, by the R v H. Fisber. P. P. Carter. Esq., sincerely regretted. Esq.,of Bhojepore, to Sarah Adeline, eldest daughter of the late J. At Madras, in the 30th year of her age, Elizebeth Su. W, Rick-ils, Esq.

sanna, the beloved wife of W. R. White, Esq., Acting Deputy - Al Calcutta, at the Scotch Kirk, by the Rev. James Charles, Inspector General of Hospitals, Her Majesty's troops. Sevior Chaplain. Capt. Williain Prescott, of the Madras native 11. At Barrackpore, Emily Madeline, the infant daughter iufantry, to Eliza Jane, eldest Danghter of the Houorable Alex of Alexander Humfrays, Esq., of the horse arullery, aged under Ross.

13 months, and 5 days. - At Benares, by the Rev. W. Smith Richardson Nicholson, 12. At Calcuten, Mr. Jobn Smith, Surveyor aged 22 years. Esq , to Miss Elaen's Watsou.

- At Calcutta, Mrs. Mary Anne Clive, wile of Mr. George 5, At Dacca, by the Rev. H. R. Shepherd, George Henry Clive, Assistant in the Sudder Board of Revenue, Allahabad, Lamb, Esq., to Miss Georgiau M. Lamb.

aged 24 years and 4 months. % At Chinsui ah, by the Rev. J. Rudd, John Frederick Field At Cawnpore, Augusta Anna, the beloved child of Esq, Lieutenant in Her Majesty's 9tb regiment, to Mary, the Augustus Master, Esq, 7th light cavairy, aged 2 years, 10 only daughter of Licutcunut ü. B, l'arrant, of the same corps. mouths and 12 days, deeply lamented.

13 At the Goneral Hospital, Mr. John Longdon, aged 37 22. At Calcutta, of Cholera, Mrs. E. Davis, aged 42 yoars years

and 5 months, - At mymensing, M. W. Carruthers, Esq., of the Bengal 23. At Calcutta, Robert, the infant son of P. Daly. Jail Civil Service, aged 27 years.

Sergeant, aged 7 months. 10. At Delhi, Philip Augustus, infant, son of the late G.

21. At Calcutta, Miss Cecilia Damzen, daughter of Mr. Lumley, Esq., aged 1 year and 5 months.

Solomon Damzen, Political department, aged 10 years, 8 17 At Chandernagore, - Monsieur Claude Brunet, aged 21 months and 24 days. years and 9 days.

At Calcutta, Mr. Johu Rittman, constable of the police, 19 At Calcutra, after about fourteen hours suffering of

aged 38 years. spasmodic cholera, Drs. Amelia Hendersen, the wife of George Heoderson, Esq., of 5, Farlie Place, solicitor, deeply

At Calcutta, Miss Louisa Lee, aged 16 years, 4 months regretted.

and 13 days. At Calcutta, Master John Nicol. a Ward of the Upper 25 years, 2 months and 9 days.

At Calcutta,Mrs. Elizabeth Carmello Rodrigues, aged Orphan School, aged 9 years and 6 months

- At Calcutta, Charles Frederick Young, Esq., of the 25. At Calcutta, Mrs Frances Hanway Udny, lady of Bengal civil Service, aged 26 yeara.

George Udny, Esq., of the H. C. Civil Service, aged 21 years. 20. At Calcutta,the Honorable Henry Davenport Shakespear - At Calcutta, Mr J Espencer, aged 27 years. Esq., member of the Supreme Council of India, aged 52 years

26 At Calcutta, of Cholera, Miss Joana Pereira, aged 40 21. Al Calcutta, Mr. Win. Johnson, of Cholera, aged about

years 19ch years. - At Cali utia, Mr. J. T. Laurence, of Cholera, aged 34 years

27 At Calcutta, at the residence of his brother, Monsieur

Frederic Tiron, of la Rochelle, aged 37 years. - At Calcutta Mrs. Anna Maria Grillard, aged 48 years, 9 months and 26 days.

29 At Calcutta, William Levie Malone Toone, Esq., of the - Al Fort William, Lonisa Cecelia, the infant daughter of Hon'ble Company's Civil Service, aged 26 years. Brevet Captain French, Her Majesty's 26th regiment, aged 10 EUROPE.- Died in London, on the 18th December, 1337, niombs and 14 days.

Jane Ralston, second daughter of Captain G, R. Crawfurd, At Mr. Spence's, Town hall, Calcutta Mrs. Anna Austin, Artillery, aged 7 years and 10 days. relict of Dr. Austin, Madras Medical Service, aged 27 years

Bath, the 29th July last, Jane, eldest 2.4. At Calcutta, Mrs. Elizabeth Matthews, wife of the late daughter of the late william Marriott, Esq., formerly in the Mr. Joseph Matthews, of the Judicial department, aged 75 Honorable Company's Civil Sevice on the Bengal Establishyears.

ment. 24 At Calcutta, Master Robert Orton, son of the late Mr. At Kensingtın, on the 27th November, Edwarrd William, George Orton, of the Ordnance department, aged 16 years fourth son of Major H. Moberly, Secretary Madas Military and 5 months.

Board, aged 9 years.

At

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REVIEW OF THE CALCUTTA MARKET.

(From the Bengal Hurkaru Price Current, March 31.)

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IND 00.-There is no change to notice in this article since our The stock of the old Sugar bas considerably diminished and is last. The exports to the evening of the 28th instant are

reported to cousist of about 5,000 bags, none of the new sugar To Great Britain.... Fy, mds, 68,203

has yet arrived in the market. France

45,313

SHELL LAC AND LAC DYB.-Transactions during the week North America....

313

bave been confined to the latter, prices of wbich bave advanced a Stockbolm.

188

shade. Gulpb, &c...

4,570

BIDES AND HORNS-Continue in steady demaud, at former Fy, mds 88,622

prices.

OIL SEEDS. -Without report of purchase, and remain at last RAW SILK.-We have not beard of any transaction since our week's quo,ations. Jast, and have no alteration in prices to notice

GRAIN.-We have ont heard of a single transaction during tho SILK PIECE GOODS — The demand has been somewhat active week in any description of Grain, but the quotations of the during the week, chiedly for the ngli market, and our last day show sbade of improvoment on Rice, Dholl, Oats, Bran quotations are maintained.

and Flour. COTTON.- We have not heard of any transaction in the new OPIUM.-There has been nothiog doing in this Drug during the staple. A shipment of last year's produce has been made per week, and our quotations are nominal. Volunteer for China, which we understand, was purchased from 8 to 12 monas under the currency of last season.

The quantity uncleared at this Company's Warehouso to 30th

instant, consists of SALTPETRE.- The demand for this article, continues to be but triding, but prices remain stendy. The Stock in the Bazar is very

Patna, Benares,

Total.
New.........

773

456 heavy, and reported of Chaprab about 10,000 bags and other qual.

1229 chests.

Old.......... ities 19,000 bags.

660
240

800 SUGAR --Continues to engage aitention for shipments to Eng.

2029 aand and Hobart Town, and prices are quoted at an advance ofl bout s annas per maund on our last quatatious.

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UNION BANK
charged on Govt. and Salary Bills 5 per cent.
Discount charged on Private Bills, i montu ditto.

charged on ditto disto, 2 ditto..... 10 ditto.
charged on ditto ditto, 3 ditto il ditto.

ditto charged ou Company's Paper Loans 8 Interest

charged on Deposit of Goods..... 9 ditto.

PRICE OF BULLION, &c.

March 25.
Spanish Dollars.... Co Rs 220 86 a 211 0

per 109 Dubloons ...

33 00 33 8 0 each. Joes or peazas ..

19 11 0 a

20 0 0 Sovereigns

10 8 O a 10 9 0 Bank of England Notes lo 8 6 6 10 10 8 Gold Mohurs

18

60 a 18 7 0 China Gold Bars.

12 006 14 lo 8 per. 87 wt. Sycee Silver ..

102 4 0 a 104 8 3 p 100 sa, ut

GOVERNMENT SECURITIES,

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RATES OF INTEREST AND DISCOUNT.
March 25.

BANK OF BENGAL.
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(sell.

Discount on Government Bills and Salary.. 5 per cent.
Stock
Transfer Loan of 1885-36,

Sa. Rs.

on Private Bills, 3 months....... 10 ditto. Paper interest payable in Eng. Prem. 16 O 15 Op. ct.

Interest

on Loaps on Government Papers.. 6 ditio. land,

on Goods................

8 to 10 Second From No. 1200 a 15200 2 to sell dis. 4 a pm 24, 5 pr. ct according to numbers 1 to buy do. para

30

UNION BANK. Third 5 per cent.

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...prem.

3 0 2 8 4 per Cent....... Disct: Co. Rs. 2 0 2 6

charged on Govt. and Salary Bills. 5 per cent, Discount

charged on Private Bills, 1 month. 9 ditto. BANK SHARES.

charged on ditio ditto, 2 ditto.... 10 ditto.

charged on ditto ditto, 3 ditto.. 11 ditto. BANK (Co. Rs. 4,000) Prem: Co. Rs. 3,100 a 3,000

8 ditto. Scharged on Company's Paper Loans

Interest
UNION BANK. (Co. Rs. 1,000)

360 a
345

charged on Deposit of Goods....... 9 ditto.

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ADMINISTRATION TO ESTATES.

Humphreys, Ann.......
Cox, Anne, Widow...
Pigou, Robert.......
Rees, William Edward, Lieutenant of Engineers.
Buchan, Mary, alias, Mary Healy...
Hodges, Sarab, widow..........
Lonsdale, G. G., Lieutenant H. M. 3d Regt...
Mcqueen, Roderick, Captain......
Strong,

Lawrence Coulder..
Shakespear, Hon'ble H. D.
Smith, C. M.
Toone, W. L, M,

Mr. Manuel Payne.
Mr. Willian Starmer.
Registrar Supreme Court.
Registrar Supreme Court,
J. W. Caston,
Registrar Supreme Court,
W. Ainslie.
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BY THE DEPUTY GOVERNOR OF BENGAL.

dency of Fort William in Bengal, to exerciso the powers vealed in a single Judge of the Sndder Dewanny Adawlui, by cause, 3 section il, regulation IX, of 1831 of the Beugal code.

The following act is passed by the Hon, the President of the Political department, the 11th April, 1938—Mr. Surgeon D. Ceuncil of India in Council on the 23d of April, 1838, with the Richardson is appointed a supernumerary assitant to tho com asgent of the Right Hon. the Governor General of India, wbich missioner of the Tevasserim provinces, and to the medical has been read and recorded. charge of the Talayo corps recently raised at Moulmein.

Ordered, that the act be promulgated for general information.

Act No. VIII. oF 1838. General Department, the sth April, 1838.- The Hon. the De

J. It is hereby enacted, that from the 10th day of May, 1838, puty Governor of Bengal is pleased to grant 10 Mr. Henry Walters the following rates of toll shall be levied, in the Company's cur. of the civil service, a furlough of the past season.

rency, at the toll-gate of the Bhore ghaut, on palanquins and Mr. W. Adam resumed charge as clerk to the commitee for

laden bullocks, both iu going and returning : cootroling the expenditure of stationery, frog the 1st instant.

On every palanquin.....

I rupee.
On every landen bullock........

6 pies.

II. And it is bereby enacted, that from the said day, all tho Ecclesiastical Department.-Mr. W. H. Abbott registrar of provisions of Act No. 11. of 1837, of the Governor General of the Archdeaconry of Calcutta, with the approbation of the india in Council, shall be applicable to palanquins and laden Right Reverend the Lord Bishop of Calcutta, res umed charge bullocks, and the tolls to be levied thereon, as if they had been of his duties on the 14th instant.

inserted among the rates of tolls coutained in section II, of that, Act.

ROSS D, MANGLES, Separate Department. — The Deputy Collector of Bullo, ah is herrby rested with jurisdiction for the trial of persons charged

ofg. Secy, to the Govt. of India. with offences against be laus for the portection of the salt revenue when made over by the superintendent of Megua salt chokies, appointed to that District under the act No. IX of Judicial and revenue department. -The Honorable the De. 1836, and the said depnty collector shall, and is hereby empow. puty Governor of Bengal has been pleased to make the following cied to exerı ise in respect to such cases, the powers, described appointments : in sections XCVI and CIX., aud o her provisions of regulation The 20th March, 1889 – Mr John Fitzpatrick to the cbarge of X. 1819 of the Bengal code.

the revenue survey of the northeru division of Cuttack, with the powers of a deputy collector under regulation IX. of 1833, for

the sperial and exclu:ive duty of deciding boundary disputes General Department, the 18th April, 1838.-The Hon the within the limits of his opperations as surveyor. President in Council gives notice that the following arrangements The 10th April, 1838.- Mr. G. G. Mackintosh, to be joint mahare been made by the Government of Bombay, for the con gistrate and deputy collector of Purneah. veyance from the Red Sea to Boinbay of the English mails of June, July, August and September :

The 14th April, 1838 -Baboo Rae Purnsnath Bose, principal

sudder ameen West Burdwan, to be a principal sudder ameen The Jane packet will be brought by the new schooner just in East Burdwan, vice Mr. Dumoulin deceased. launched,

Moulavie Abdool Majid, principal sudder ameen in Chittagong The July packet will be brought by the Palinurus.

to be a principal sudder aineen in West Burdwan. The August packet will be brought by the second news schoo

Monlarie Mahommed Fyz Khan to be a principal sudder ner Which is now being built.

ameen in zillah Cbattagong The September Mail may be expected to arrive at Suez by the

Bahoo Ram Locbon Ghose to be a sudder ameen in zillah 2d of October, if a steamer cannot be sent for it, it will be Tipperah. brought to Bombay by the Euphrates.

Moulavie Mohummud Khoorshed to be additional principal Published by order of the Hon. the President in Council, sudder ameen in zillab My munsingh.

H. T. PRINSEP,

The 16th April, 1839—The leave of absence granted to Mr. R. Secy, to the Govt. of India. P. Nisbet. judge of Nuddea, under orders of the 3d instant,

has this day had beeu cancelled at his request,

Fort William, political department, the 18th April, 1938.The leave of alisence grant to Major Sandys, principal assistant iu Ninjar, on the 3d Javoary, is to commence from the 25th in.

The 17th April, 1838.-The following officers have obtained stead of the 5th January last.

leave of absence from their stations :

Mr. C. Steer, officiating magistrate of Nuddea, an extension

of two days leave of absence in addition to that granted to him on Fort William, general department, the 18th April, 1838 .

the 3d instant The Hon. the Deputy Governor of Bengal is pleased to autfborize

Moulavie Mabommed Rafiq, officiating sudder amoen of Mon the superintendent of police in Calcutta to grant tickets or the gbyr for four days, on privrte affairs. admission of sick paupers into the General Hospital.

The Hon. the President in Council is pleased to appoint Mr. Assistant Surgeon J. Bowron post master at Jessore.

The Hon. Depaty Governor of Bengal has been pleased to make the following appointments :

The 19th April, 1838.-Mr. Assistant Surgeon E. V. Davies to Fort William, legislative department, the 2?d April 1838.- perform the medical duties of the civil station of Boncoorab The following Act is passed by the Hon. the President of the The 2012 April, 1838.-Lieutenant Robert Mathison, of the Council of ludia in Council on the 230 April, 1838, with the ag 6th regiment native infantry, to be a revenue surveyor in Cuttack, sent of the Right Hon. the Governor General of India, wbich with the powers of a deputy collector under regulation IX. of bas been read and recorded.

1838, for the special and exclusive duty of deciding boundary Ordered, that the act bo promulgated for general information. disputes withio the limits of bis operations as surveyor,

Act No. VII. of 1833 It is bereby enacted, that it sball be lawful for a Judge of any. The following officer bas obtainod leave of absence from him zillah or City Court, within the territories subject to the Pres; station :

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