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rence to be exercised at their discretion) Packets of reasonabie

MILITARY. weight at the ordinary bangy rites or table 4, schedule A, for despatch, by the letter post of any cross road on which a bangy p si inny not be establisbed, or to the nearesi station whence they can be conveyed by bangy, provided that the party sending

BY THE PRESIDENT IN COUNCIL. the same shali satisfy the post-master that the packet contains na letter or writing, and provided that the mail be not therehy loaded above the maximum gross weight to be cousayed by a single run ne:, viz. O sserb, or 13lbs.

Fort William, 31st March, 1834, -No 48 of 1838.- Assistant Bangy parcels of moderate weight, received for transmission to Surgeon John Spence Login, M.D., is place at the disposal of p'aces beyond , bangy rang

The Hoo. The Deputy Govenor of Bengal for the temporary e, will in like manner be received at bangy rates for the whole distance. They will then be forwarded charge of the inedical duties of the civil station of Hoogly. by bangg as far as such bangy post travels, and thence be sent on hy letter past, should such transmission le possible without overloading the runners; otherwise their further trovsmission

Fort Wiliam, 24 April, 1838.-No 39 of 1838.—The Hon. will be completed by means of extra bangles to be hired for the the President in Council is pleased to make the following promo

tion and a leration of rank : porpose.

Infantry.-Lingtenant Colonel and Brevet Colonel William By order of the lion. the President in Council,

Henry Kenan to be Colonel, from the lath of Nevember 1937,
H. T. PRINSEP. vice Colonel (M jor General) Robert l'attou, E., deceased.
Secy, to the Govt. of India'

Hajor James Eckford to be Lientenant Colonel, vice Lienteparit i olonel and Brevet Colonel Willia in Hen y Kemm prom) . ted with rank froin the 31st of January 1838, vice Lieutenant

Colonel James Watkins rerired.
Furt William, legislative department, thed April, 18.33 —
The following draft of a proposed act was read in Council for the

41h regiment light cavalry -Captain William Burlton to bo first time on the 20 April, 1888.

31 ajur, Lieutenant and Brevet Captain Charlrs O'Harn to be Cap.

tain of a troop, anil Cornet George Jacksou to be Lieutenant, Act No. of 1838.

froin the 26th March 1838, in succession to Major Juhn Barclay * It is hereby enacted, that from the day of all powers traosferred to the invalid establishmeut. vested by regulation XI. of 1*32 of the Madras coile in zillal or

Supernumerary Cornet Frederick Neil Edmonstone is brought Assistant judges, shall be vesteid in every principal sudder ameen on the effertive strength of the cavalry. within the territories subject to the Goveromeut of the presidency of Fort St. George, in respect of all hidden ireasure of any of the

6th regiment native infantry.-Captain Job, Gavin Drum. kinis specified in secrion II. of that regalkion, which may be mont to be Major, Lleutenant and Brevet Captain David Cubel fonnd within his jurisdiction ; and all rules applicable to ziili Keller to be Coptrin of a company, and Ensign Bernard Cary to or assistant judges, shall be applicable to every such principal e Lirote:ont. fr..m the 31st of January 1838, in snccession to sudder ameen, in respect of such treasure.

Majur James Eckford promoted. Ordered, that the draft now read be published for general infor. 17ih regiment native infantry. --Lieutenant and Brevet Cap. mation.

inin Heary lilimotlaban to be Captain of a company, and En. Ordered that the said draft he re-considered at the first meeting

sig: Willinin Dinely Goodyar to be Lieutenant, from the 2d of

March 183, ia succession to Captain and Brevet Major Theo. of the legislative council of India after the 15th day of May next.

phius Boiton deceased,

Medical department.-Assistant Surgeon Joba Smyth, MD.

to be 'geou, fri in the 17th March 1833, vice surgeon Robert Fort William, legislative department, the 21 April, 1938.-Tytier, H.D., 'deceased. The following draft of a p:oposed uct was read in Council for the first time on the ad Apr , 1838.

Alteration of rant-infantry.-Lieutenant Colonel W. Bur.

roughs, alajor J A. Thomps in. Captain T Lysaglit, and LieuteACT NO. OF 1933.

Dadt E Machi, LW. European regiment, to rank from lith 1. It is hereby enacted that it shall be competeni to the Gover

November 1837, in the room of Lieutenant Colonel and Brevet por General. f India in Comcil by an order in Council, to ex

Colonel Wm. Hy. Kemin promoted, vice Colonel (Major Genetend any part of the provisions of regulation XII of 18.38, to the ral) Robert Pulton, C.3., deceased. court of any principal sudiler ameen, suvider ameen, on moonsill Major David Dalrymple Anderson, of the 29th regiment va.

II. And it is bereby enacted, that it shall be lawful for the live infantry, is permitted to retire from the service of the East Governor General of India in Council to delegate the power given

India ('ospany, from the oth instant, ou the pensiou of a ('o. to him by section 1. of this act to the Governor of Bengal, and lourl, in conforinity with the regulation of the 29th December to the Lieutenant Governor of the north western provinces, or to

137. any func vary exercising the authurity of Government in the Major J G Drammond, of the 6th regiment nalive infantry, north western proviuces.

is placed at the disposal of the right Hon, the Governor General, for the purpose of Suri eying a line of road from Agra to

Bombay. Ordered, that the draft now read be published for general infor. The following temporary Arrangement is made in the subordi. mation.

nate branch of the department of Public works during the absence Ordered, that the said draft be re-consideed at the first meet.

o: Conductor E. Townsend, from thlith February last, the date ing of the legislative Council of India after the 1814 day of day on whicu do proceeded to Europe on furlough, on medical cesti. bext.

Ocate.

Sub-conductor Walter Syagolt is promoted to the rank of actFort William, general deparıment, the 4th April, 1 35.- The ductor.

ing coudactor, and Orerseer Pigitt to that of Acting Sub-conHou, the President of the Council of Inila in Council is pleased to direct that the followidg act of pauliainent, made and pas.ed

Canner Michael Carroll, of the 1st troop 3d brigade horso in the fifth and sixth years of the reign of His late Majesty, enti

artillery, is admitted to the benefits of the pension sanctioned by tuled, “ An act to regulate the admeasurement of the tonnage

minutes of Council of the lith January 1791, and General orders and barthen of the merchant shipping of the United Kingdom,'

da ed 5th February 1820, subject to the confirmation of the Hon. bearing dato the 9th of September 1835, be published for geueral the Court of Directors, with perioission to receive his stipend information.

at Dui Dum,
ROSS. D. MANGLES.
ogg. Secy, to the Govt. of India.

Fort William, 91h April. 1838.-No. 51 of 1839.-Tbo Hon.

the President in Council is pleased to make the following promoFort William, general department, toe 14th April, 1832. Mr.

tions : T. P. Biscoe, of the civil service, attached to the borib western gih regiment pative infantry.- Captain George Hicks to be provinces. reported his retura to this presidency from sea on the Major, Lieutenant and Brevet Captain George Gordon to be Cap. 6th instant.

tain of a Company, and Ensign Charles Oinkell Landon to bo Fort William, political department, 11th April 1938.-Capt. Lieutenant, from the 8th of January 1838, in succession to Major N. Lewis, assistant to the general superintendent or the opera

James Leslie Day deceased, tions for the suppression of thuggee in the Moorsbedabad divi. 29th regiment native infantry.- Captain John Satchwell to sion, made over charge of the office to Capt. J. Whiteford on the be Major, Lieutenant and Brevet Captain Henry Fitz Sinons to 3d instant,

be Captain of a company, and Ensigo Henry Shaw Stewart to be By order of the Hon., the president in Council.

Lieutenant, from the 6th of April 1838, in succession to Major J. STUART, Lieut. Col.

David Dalrymple Anderson retired on the pension of a Colonel.

His Honvr in Council is pleased to make the following appointoffg. Secy, to the Govt. of India Mily, Dept. Inent:

Mr. H. Walters, a temporary member of the Sudder Board of certificate, Mr. Wale Byrn will officiate as deputy collector during Revende, for one month, preparatory to bis proceeding to Evg Mr Francis' absence or until further orders. land op furlough.

Rai Doorganarain Roy, Ist principal, sudder ameen of West FRED. JAS. HALLIDAY, Burdwan, for twnty days, in additiou to the period of the dioofg. Secy. to the Govt. of Bengal

morrem vacation

Moulvie Mahomed Rafiq, acting sodder amern of Mongbyr, for

the period of the Moburrom vacation. Judicial and Revenue Department, the 21st April, 1838,- The

Mr. T. R. Davidson, commissioner of revenge of the lih or Honorable the Deputy Governor of Bengal has been pleased to

Patna division, has reported his departure from Bengal for the make the following Appointment.

Cape of Good Hope on board the ship Marion, ubicb vessel was Mr. Assistant Surgeon John. Arnott, M. D., to the temporary

left by the pilot on tie 23d instant. charge of the Medical duties of the Civil Station of Gowalparah.

The following Officer has obtained leave of absence from his Station.

Judicial and revenue department, the 27th March, 1938.-Tho Lieutenant H. Siddons, Revenue Surveyor in Chittagong, for

Jonorable the Deput. Governor of Bengal has been pleased to

make the following appointment : six weeks op private affairs.

Syed liosseyn Buksh to be Sudder amren in zillah Beerbhoom. The 24th April, 1838. -The Honorable the Deputy Gopernor of Bengal has been pleased to make the following Appointments

The following oilicer has obtained leave of absence from his

tation : Mr. J. Marley to be Depaty Collector under Regulation IX o 1833 in Palpa.

Mr. W Luke, officiating magistrate and collector of Saron, for

our days, in addition to that granted to him on the 16th January Baboo Degumber Mitter to be ditto ditto under ditto in ditto, tak ast, to enable hiin to rejoin bis slation. ing effect from the 19th December last,

The 31st March, 1838 – The Hon. the Deputy Governor of Mr. J. Macleod to be ditto ditto under ditto in Shahabad, ditto

Bengal lias been pleased to make the following appointmeal : from the 1st January last.

Mr assistant Surgeon J. S. Login, M. D, to perform the mediMr. G Dixon to be ditto ditto under ditto in ditto, ditto from

al duties of the civil station of Hooghly, during the absence of the 1st January last.

). ctor Wise. Moulavie Shakawut Ally to be ditto ditto under ditto in Sarun,

The 3d April, 1874 – The following officers hare obtained leave ditto from the 1st January last.

( absence from their stations : Mr. L. H. Boilard to be ditto ditto under dit'o in ditto, ditt

Mr. R. P Nizbal, judge of Nuddeah, during the remainder of from the 28th December last.

He Moinrrem vacation, ou melical certidieate. The following officer has obtained leave of absence from his

Mr C Grant, magistrate and deputy collector of Hooghly, for station :

wenty days, in exiension of the leave granted to him on the ed Mr. W. B. Jackson, Commissioner of Revenue of the Itibo ultimo. Moorsbedabad Division, for five days, to visit the Presidency, ou

Mr C. Steer, officiating inagistrate of Nukeah, for one freek, private affairs.

in private auffrirs. lir". C. Loch will o diciate in the abore Mr. C.J.H. Graham, Joint Magistrate und Deputy Collector bifice during the absence of Mr. Stecr. of Rajeshahye, reported his departure for the Cape of God Hope on the ship Roxburgh Castle, which vessel was left by the Pilotajeshaby, has reporter his departure to sea on board the ship

Mr. W. M. Dirom, joint magistrate and deputy collector of on the 15th instant."

triel, which was left by the pilot on the 25th ultimo. Mr. C. Totteubam, Deputy Collector of Tirhoot, reported his departure for the Cape of Good Hope on board the same vessel. FRED. JAS. HALIDAY,

Judicial and revrnue department, the 27th March, 1938, offg. Secy, to Govt, of Bengal.

Ir. C. Tottenham, deputy colle tor of Tirloo. for two years, on nedical certificate, to proceed to New South Wales, via Mauri.

jus or the Cape of Good Flope Fort William, General Department, the 25th April, 1$38.- The 3d April, 1838.-The Hon. the Deputy Gorernor of Bengal The leave granted under the orders of Government of Ist No in been pleased to me the following appointinent. vember last, to Mr. David Priugle, of the Civil Service, ti

Mr. C. Grant to fliciate, until further orders, as joint magis. proceed to Europe on Furlough, is cancelled at his own reyuest

trate and deputy collector at Noacoily, in the room of Mr. C. T. Mr. W. Young having exceeded the period within which, mder Davidson. the orders of the Honorable the Court of Directors he ought to have qualified himself for the Public Service by proficiency in

The l'th April, 1838 –The following officer has obtained leare

of absence from his station : two of the Native languages, bas been ordered to return to Englaud.

Mr. H. Athe ton, assistant ander the Coninissioner of Cattack H. T. PRINSEP,

for one month, from the 11th altino, oni in dicai certibcate Secy to the Govt. of Bengal Th. Lth April, 1838 - The Hon. the Deputy Governor of

Bengal has been pleased to make the followinz appo nueuts.

Mr. Assistant Surgeon James Pagan to the charge of the Vedi. Fort William, Legislative Department, the 26th March, 1338

al Duties of the Civil Station of Gyah, vice ir. Assistant Surgeoa -The hon. the Court of Directors having, with the approbation or

l'aylor. the Right Hon. the Commissioners for i he affairs of India, re commended the appointments of Frederick Miilett, Esq., of the

Mr. Assistant Surgeon John Wooll to the charge of the medical Bengal Civil Service, as member, and James Charles Coebrook luties of the civil station of Rangpore, vice Mr. Assistaut Surgeou

Payan,
Sutherland, Esq., as secretary, of the Indian Law Commission.
The Hon. the President of the Council of India in Council, with

The 12th April, 1338.- Mr. C. Tottenham, deputy collector of the concurrence of the Right Hon. the Governor General of India l'irhoot. has reported his departere for the Cape of Good Hope, has this day been pleased to appoint Frederick Millett, Esq , to

on board the Roxburgh Castle, on the luth instant. be a member of the lodian Law Commission, and James Charles

FRED. JAS. HALLIDAY, Colebrooke Sutherland, Esq., to be secretary to the said commis

of 9. Secy, to the Guat. « Bengal, pion in the place of F. Millett.

Judicial and revenue department, the 27th March, 1838 Fort William, political department, the 28th March, 1834The Honorable the Deputy Governor o Bengal bas been pleased Mr. H. W. Torrens to be deputy secretary to the Government of to make the following appointments :

Indio and Bengal in the secret and political department, rice Nr. Mr. A. Ross to be an assistant to the register of the Courts of | Trevelyan, -to take effect from the date of his departure, Sudder Dewanny and Nizamut Adawlut. Mr. I. Atherton to officiate as joint magistrate and deputy col.

Fort William, separate department, the 28th March, 1838. lector at Rajesbaby during the absence of Mr. Dirom or until fur.

Mr. Lane Magniac is appointed to do duty in the office of the Sea ther orders.

cretary to the Board of Custorns, salt and opium, until further The following officers have obtained leave of absence from their orders. stations : Mr. G. C. Cheap, civil and session judge of Shahabad, for three

ADDITIONAL POST OFFICE RULES, days, in additiou to that granted to him on the 3d ultimo. Mr. J. T. Mellis. officiating joint magistrate and deputy collec

Fort William, general department, the 29th March, 1838. tor of Burdwan, for one month, on medical certificate.

In order to provide for the public convenience at stations from,

and to, or between which, a baogy post has not yet been establish The 30th March, 1838.-Mr. Charles Francis, deputy collector ed, the President in Council, until further orders, authorizes. of Calcutta, for three months, to proceed to Singaporo on medical | Post Masters at such oui-slations to receive (as an act of indul. gence to be exereised at their discretion) Packets of reasonabie

MILITARY. weight at the ordinary bangy rites of table 4. schedule A, for despaich, by the letter post of any cross road on which a bangy pst may not be establisbed, or to the nearest station whence they can be conveyed by bangy, provided that the party sending

BY THE PRESIDENT IN COUNCIL. the same shall satisfy the post-master that the packet contains no letter or writing, and provided that the mail be bot therehy loaded above the maximum gross weight to be conveyed by a single run ner, viz. 9 szers, or 1sIbs.

Fort William, 31st March, 1834.-No 48 of 1838,- Assistant Bangy parcels of moderate weight, received for transinission to Surgeon Jobt Spence Login, M.D., is place at the disposal of p'aces beyond a bangy range, will in like manner be receivrd at the Huu: the Deputy Govapor of Bengal for the temporary bangy rates for the whole distance. They will then be forwarded charge of the medical duties of the civil station of Hoogly. by baney as far as such bangy post travels, and thence be sent on hy letter pot, should such transmission le possible without overloading the runvers; otherwise their further transmission

Fort William, 24 April, 1838.-No 39 of 1838.-The Hon. will be completed by means of extra banyies to be hired for the the President in Council is pleased to make the following promo

tion and alteration of rank: purpose.

Infantry.-Lingtenant Colonel and Brevet Colonel William By order of the lion, the President in Council,

Henry Kenm to be Colonel, from the lit of Nevember 1837,
H. T. PRINSEP. vice Colonel (M jor General) Robert l'attou, C B., deceased.
Secy, to the Govt. of India'

Wajor James Eckford to be Lieutenant Colonel, vice Liente. pant Colonel and Brevet Colonel William Hen y Kemm promo) ted with rank froin the 31st of January 1838, vice Lieutenant

Colonel James Watkins retired.
Furt William, legislative department, the old April, 18.13 -
The pillowing draft of a proposed act was read in Council for the

4!h regiment light cavalry.- Captain William Burlton lo bo first time on the 20 April, 1838.

01 ajor, Lieutenant and Brevet Captain Charles O'Hara to be Cap.

tain of a troop, and Cornet George Jackson to be Lieutenant, Act No. of 1888,

froin the 26th March 1838, in succession to Major Juhn Burclay It is hereby epacted, that from the day of all powers traosserred to the invalid establishment. vested by reg latinn XI. of 1832 of The Madras code in zillab or Superna rerary Cornet Frederick Neil Elmonstone is brought Assistant judges, shall be vested in every principai suder ameen on the effective strength of the cavalry. within the territories subject to the Government of the presidency of Fort St. George, in respect of all bidden treasure of any of the

6th regiment native infantry.- Captain Jobo Gavin Drum. kinds specified in section II. of that regulation, which may be

mon i to ve Major, Lteutenant and Brevet Captain David Cabel fonnd within his jurisdiction ; and all rules applicable to ziliche

Keller to be Captain of a company, and Ensign Bernard Cary to or assistant judges, shall be applicable to every such principal hie Liente:aut. frm the 31st of January 1838, iu snccession to sudder ameen, in respect of such treasure.

Alajur James Eckfond promoted. Ordered, that the draft now read be published for general infor. 17ih regiment nutive infantiy. - Lieutenant and Breret Cap. mation.

mnin Heary lino Raban to be Captain of a company, and En. Ord-red that the said draft be re-considered at the first meeting

siz Willinin Dinely Good;ar to be Lieutenant, from the 2d of

March 183:, in successiva to Captain and Brevet Major Theo. of the legislative council of India after the 15th day of Way next.

philus Boiton deceased.

Mertical department.-- Assistant Surgeon Jobn Smyth, MD.

to heu geou, from the 17th March 1833, rice surgeon Robert Fort Wil'ian, legislative department, the 2d April, 1838. Tytier, M.D., deceased. The following draft of a proposed act was read ia Council for tbe

Alleration of ront-infantry. - Lieutenant Colonel W. Bur. first tiine on the 2d Apr 1, 1838.

roughs, Major J A. Thompson. Captain T Lysaght, and Lieute. ACT NO. OP 1939.

11400 € lain, LW, European regiment, to rank from lith 1. It is hereby enacted that it shall be competen to the Gover

November 1837, in the room of Lieutenant Colonel and Brevet por General. f India in Council by an order in council, to ex

Colon: 1 W. Hy. Kein promoted, vice Colouel (Major Genetend any part of the provisions of regulation XII of 1838, to the

ral) Robert Patton, c.8., deceased. court of any principal sudiler ameen, surider ameen, on moonsitt Major David Dalrymple Anderson, of the 29th regiment 08.

II. And it is bereby enacted, that it shall be lawful for the tive infantry, is periaitted to retire from the service of the East Governor General of India in Conocil to delegate the power givin

India company, from the 6th instant, on the pension of a co. to him by section C. of this act to the Governor of Bengal, and lourl, ia concorinity with the regulation of the 29th December to the Lieutenant Governor of the north western provinces, or to

1531. any functionary exercising th aathrity of Government in the Wajor I G Drammond, of the 6th regiment native infantry, north western provinces.

is piaced at ibe disposal of the right Hon, the Governor General, for the purpose of Surveying a line of road from Agra to

Bombay Ordered, that the draft now read be published for general infor- The following temporary arrangement is male in the subordi. mation.

nate branch of the drpartment of Public works during the absence Ordered, that the sail draft be re-considered at the first meet.

o: Conductor E. Townsend, from tho 11th February last, the date ing of the legislative Council of India after the 18th day of May on which le proceeded to Europe on furloughs, ou medical centi. next.

Ocate.

Suli-conductor Walter Syngott is promoted to the rank of act. Fort Willinm, general department, the 4th April, I-38.-The ductor.

iug couductor, and Overseer Pig itt to that of Acting Sub conHou, the President of the Council of India in Council is pleased to direct that the followidg act of palliainent, made and pas.ed

Gunner Michael Carroll, of the 1st troop 3d brigade horso in the fifth and sixth years of the reign of His late Majesty, enti

artillery, is adınitted to the henetits of the penginu sanctioned by tuled, " An act to regulate the admeasureinent of the tonnage minutes of Council of the Alth January 1797, and General orders and barthen of the merchant shipping of the United Kingdom,'

da ed 5th February 1820, subject to the confirmation of the Hon. bearing dato the 9th of September 1835, be published for general the Court of Directors, with peripission to receive his stipend information.

at Dum Dum,
ROSS. D. MANGLES.
ofg. Secy, to the Govt. of India.

Fort William, 9th April, 1838.-No. 51 of 1838.-The Hon. the President in Council is pltased tu make the following promo.

tions : Fort Wiliiam, general department, toe 14th April, 1838.-Mr. T. P. Biscoe, of the civil service, attached to the norih western sih regiment native infantry.-Captain George Hicks to be provinces. reported his return to this presidency from sea on the Major, Lieutenant and Brevet Captain George Gordon to be Cap. 6th instant.

tain of a Company, and Ensign Charleg Ginkell Landon to bo Fort William, political deparlment, 11th April 1938.-Capt. Lieutenant, from the 8th of January 1838, in succession to Major N. Lewis, assistant to the general superintendent of the opera

James Leslie Day deceased. tions for the suppression of thuggee in the Moorsbedabad divi. 29th regiment native infantry.- Captain John_Satchwell to sion, made over charge of the office to Capt. J. Whiteford on the be Major, Lieutenant and Brevet Captain Henry Fitz Sinons to 3d instant.

be Captain of a company, and Ensigo Henry Shaw Stewart to be By order of the Hon., the president in Council.

Lieutenant, from the 6th of April 1838, in succession to Major J. STUART, Lieut. Col.

David Dalrymple Anderson retired on the pension of a Colonel.

His Honor in Couucil is pleased to make the following appointofg, Secy, to the Govt. of India Mily. Dept. ment:

Major Richard Home, of the 734 Regiment native infantry, to Fori William, 16th April 1833.-No. 58 of 1838 - 49sf-tant officiate as presidency pay master during the absence of Major Surgeon John Arnott, 1 ., is placed at the disposal of the Ge. Stoddart, on medical certificate, or un'il further orders.

vernment of Bengal, for the purpose of being appointed to the Lieutenant William Lamb. of the 51st regiment native infantemporary charge of the medical duties of the civil station of Gotry, is permitted to proceed to Europe on furlough, on medical

walparah. certificate.

Ensign Charles Ginkell Landon, of the eth regiment native in. Furi William, 23d April, 1838.–No. 59 of 1838.—The Hon. fantry, has returned to his duty on this establishment without the President in Council is pleased to make the following promoprejudice to his rank, by permission of ihe Hon the Court of tion: Dir ctors. Date of arrival from Europe via Bombay within the boundary of the Bengal presidency, 23 February 1838.

58th regiment patire infantry.- Ensign George Dalston, to be

Lieutenant from the 16th April 1838, vice Lieutedadı Frederiek The leave of absence granted in general orders No. 17, of the Baralty Larduer resigned the service of the East India Corn23-1 January 1837, to Captain Hen y Patch, of the 734 regiment

pany.. nativr infantry, has been extended from the 1st September to the 30th November last, on medical certificare.

Lieutenant William Anderson, of the 59th regiment native in. His Honor in Council is pleased to accept of the resignation of fantre, is promoted to the rank of Captain by Breret, from the 21st Mr T.C. Pennington of his situation of assistant to the executive April 1938. officer, Midnapore division de partment of public works.

Major Charles Hamilton, of the 22d regiment native infantry, is permitted to proceed to Europe on Furlough, on account of his

private affairs. No 52 of 1833.- The Hon. the President in Council is pleased to direct, that the allowances of officers of Her Majesty's service

Captain Ninian Lowis, of the 63d regiment native infantry. removed from one presidency to annther, sball, up to the date of assistaot to the general superintendent for the suppression of

Thuggee, is permitted to proceed to Singapore, on Medical their departure from the presidency: at which they are serving: Certificate, and to be absence froin Bengal ou that account for sit be governed by the regulations of that presidency, and subsequent.

months ly by those of the presidency to which they are transferred-general orders Goveror General, No, 150, of 25th July 1836, are in Ensign David Clark Scott, of the 3d regiment natire infantry consequence cancelled,

is permitted to proceed to Singapore on account of his private, affairs, and to be absent from Bengal on that account for five

months. Fort William, 91h April, 1838.—No. 51 of 1$38.-Surgeon James Ranken, MD., is permitted to resign the temporary appoint ments of officiating secretary to the Medical Board and ofliciating

RY THE GOVERNOR GENERAL. presidency surgeon, and return to his duties as c vil surgeon at Delhy.

Sugeon Jatres Antchinson, having returned to the presidency, s directed to resume charge of his office as secretary to the me.

Revenne department, camp at Rajghat, the 22d Marck

1835. - The servic s of Mr. H. Stokes, lately Superintendent of dical board.

Nugger, under the Commissioner of Mysore, have this day bren,

replaced at the disposal of the Guvernment of Fort No 56 of 1938.- Lieutenant Thomas Dixon, of the 434 regi.

George. ment Native infantry, is promoted to the rank of Caplain, by Brevet, from the 13th April, 1838. Lieutenant Herbert Apperles, of the 6th regiment native insan - Mr. Assistant Surgeon H. Taylor, at present civil surgeon at

Political department, camp at Rajghat the 24th March 1833 try, is appointed to the charge of the Khoorda Paik. Company: Gjab, is posted to the 2d regiment of infantry iu the ow.le auxilia during the absence of Captain J. Drummond, provided his corps shall remain so long at Cuttack.

Lieutenant Robert Mathison, of the 6 b regiment native infan. tri, is placed at the disposal of the Hon. the Deputy Governor of Bengal for employment on the survey of the Cuttack pro resumed charge of the residency from Mr. A. Cainpbell on the

Mr. B. H. Hodgson, the resident at Nepal, reported his having Fiuce.

5th instant. Assistant Surgeon Elliot Voyle Davies is placed at the disposal

Political department, camp. at Nahun, the 26th March. of the Deputy Gorernor of Bengal for the medical duties of the 1838. --The Right Hop the Governor General has been pleased to civil station of Bancoorah.

make the following appointinents, viz. Assistant Surgeon Thomas Alexander Wise, of the civil station

Lieut. R. S. Dobbs to be Superintendent of the Nuggur diri. of Hooghly, is permitted to proceed to the Mauritius, on medical sion of the Mysore territory, vice Mr A. Stokes, Lieutenant certificate, and to be absent from Bengal on that accouul for four Dobbs will continue to officiate as superintendent of the Cbittlemonths.

droog divisiou, until further orders. Lieutenant Frederick Baratty Lardner, of the 58th regiment

Captain I. Briggs is promoted to be 3d assistant to the cominis. native infanity, is permitted, at his owu request to resign the sioner for the Gosonment of the territories of his Highnes the service of the East India Company.

Rajab of Mysore, rice Lieutenant Dobbs. The Right Hon. the Governor General of India was pleased, in

The Hou, H. B. Devereux is promotrd to be 4tb assistant the Political Department, under date the 241h ultimo, to post to ditto ditto, vice Captain Briggs, and is to officiate as sd assistAssistant Surgeon Henry Tailor, at present atrached to the Civil Station of Gyab, to the yd regiment of infantry in the Oude ant : and Lieutenant 11. Alontgomery is appointed to officiate as

4th assistant to the commissioner. ausilary force.

Conductor Stephen Patman of the ordance commissariat de. partment, having been declared incapable of performing the active

Political Department, camp, Ramghur, the 30th Yarch, 1833 duties of his profession, is transferred to the invalid pension Mr. Assistant Surgeon W. Stevenson, M. D., attached to the establishment.

Lucknow residency, has been permitted to proceed to the hills, J. STUART, Lieut. Col. on medical certificate, for the period of eight months, froin the

1st proximo to the 1st of December next. org. Secy, to the Govt. of India Mily. Dept.

By order of the Right Hon, the Governor General of India,

St.

ry force,

Fort William, General Department, the 14th April, 1838.Mr. J. P. Grant has resamed bis situation of deputy secretary to Political department, camp, at Pinjore, the 31st March 1838 the Government of India in the judicial and revenue departments, -Mr. H. Stokes, superintendent of the Nuggur division. deliver. and has heen directed to officiate as deputy secretary in the Gene- ed over charge of his office on the 22d ultimo, to Captain A. Mucral, secret and political departments of the Government of India. leod. Mr. G. C Plowden will continue to officiate as deputy secreta

By order of the Right Hon'ble the Governor General of India. ry to the Government of Bengal in the judicial and revenue de. partments.

W.H, MACNAGHTEN. Mr. H. V. Bayley is appointed to be special assistant in the

Secy, to the Govt. of India with the Gov. Gen. general, secret and political departments.

H. T. PRINSEP.
Secy. to the Government of India. Judical revenue and general department, Simla, the 2d April

1838, revenue.--Mr. G. F. Edmonsione is appointed to conduct

the revision of settlements under Regulation IX of 1833, from Tho Hon. the president in Council is pleased to appoint Mr. the 1st instant, and will be employed for the presont in the Dis. Assistaut Surgoon Honry Taylor, Post Master at Gyah.

trict of Allababad.

poor,

The bih April 1838, judicial.--Mr. A. P. Currie is appointed BY THE GOV.GENERAL FOR THE N. W. PROVINCES. to officiate as judge of Etawab. Judicial and Revenue.- Mr.T.R. Davidson is appointed to offi.

Judicial, revenue and general department, camp, Meerul, the ciale as magistrale and collector of Benares, till further orders.

6th February, 1838 - Khajeh Uleem Dollah is appointed to be J. THOMASON,

depury collector under regulation, IX. of 1833, in zi lal Azim. ofg. Secy, to the Govr. Genl. W. N. P.

ghur.

Camp Delhi the 22d February, 1838.- Mr. W. H. DeGruytbe 18 appointed to be deputy collector under regulation 1X. of 103

in zillah Furrack abad. Simlah, 3d April 1938.-The Hon. the Governor General is pleased to make the following appointments :

Judicial, revenue and general department, camp, Saha runs

the l' th March, 1838,-Mr. G. T. Lushington to be magis Captaiu D. Thompson of the 56th regiment nativo infantry trate and collector of Etawa, from the date on wbich Mr. S. G. Senior Deputy assisiant Adjutant General, to be an assistant Smith vacated the appointinent. Mr. Lushington will continue Adjutaut General of division, vice Bayldou, who has been permit to officiale as magistrate and collector at Bareilly till furtbo ted to relire from the service.

orders. Captain W. G. Cooper, of the 71st regiment native infantry, Mr. G F Hirvey to be magistrate nad collector of Allygarh a Major of brigade on the Establishment, and officiating as deputy from the date ou Mr. T. P. Woudcock muy vacate the appoint Assistant Adjutant General, to be a deputy assistant adjutant ment. general of division, vice Thompson.

Mr. E H, Morland to be civil auditor, northwestern provin. Captain and Brevet Mujor C. E Davis, of the 68th natireces, in succession to Mr. G. F. Harvey. infantry, to be major of Brigade at Barackpooro, vice Cooper, during the period his regimeut may be serving at that station.

Mr. M. R. Gubbins to be joint magistrate and deputy collector

of Allahabad. Mr. Gubbins will continue to othciate with the Assistant Surgeon H. Taylor, attached to the civil siation of powers of a joint magistrate and deputy collector in charge of the Gyab, was appointed in the political department, on the 24th Feroze pore pergunnahs of the Gourgaon districi, till further ultimo, to the 2d regiment of infantry in the Oude auxiliary orders. force.

Mr. W. H. Benson 10 officiate as judge of Meerut during Mr. The Right Hoo the Governor General is pleased to appointGlyn's absence ou leave, or till further orders, Serjeant Richard Minton, of tbe Ist troop 1st brigade horse artillery, to be an assistant overseer, to fill a Vacancy in the

Mr. G. T. Lushington to officiate as magistrate and collector 3rd or Diuapore division of public works, vice Seargeaut Miller of Bareilly during the abscuce uf Mr. Bensun, or vill further deceused.

orders.
WM. CASEMENT, M. G.,
Secy, to the Govt. of Indian, Nily. Dept. with the Ri.

Tbe following officers hare obtained leave of absence :
Hon. the Govr. Genl.

Captain M. Smith, ps incipal assistant to the commissioner in the district of Saugor, for nine months, ou medical certificate,

to proceed to sea from Bombay and eventually to Calcutta. Ecclesiastical department, the 4th April, 1838.-The Hon. the Lieutenant R. W. C. Doolan will officiate as principal assistaut Deputy Governor of Bengal is pleased to appoint the Rev. W. at Saugor, till (urther orders. Pulmer, A. B. Junior Presidency Chaplain. The appointment. to take effect from the 17th February last,

Mr. M. S. Tierney, magistrate and collector of Boolundshubur

from the 1st April io tue Ist Decetober next, for the purpose of H. T. PRINSEP, visiting the wilis north of Dcbra, on medical certificate. Secy. to the Govt. of Bengal

Cornet C. G. Fagan, assistant to the agent and the Commission. er in the Saugor and Nurbudda territories, bas been permitted

to resiga his appointment from the blh February last. Simlah, 16th April, 1838.-The following Appointuent was

Mahommud Yoosuf is transferred in his present capacity of made on tbe 9th instant, in the Political Department :

sudder ameen and law officer from Cawnpoor to Jounpoor, and

Moulvee Kbadiin Hoossein Khan, sudder ameen and law officer Mr. Assistant Surgeou J. S Login, M.D., to the Medical charge at Jounpoor, removed to Cawapoor. of the Residency at Lucknow, during the absence of Mr. Assistan surgeon W. Stevenson, who has obtained eight months Camp Naraingurh, the 7th March 1838.-the following officer leave, on Medical Certificate, írom the 1st instant, to proceed to have obtained leuve of absence: the Hills,

Mr. W. S. Donnithorne, officiating magistrate and collector of Banda, for twe.ve mouths on medical certificate, to proceed to the hills. Mr. Donnithorne has been authorized to make overs

charge of the offices of magistrate and collector of Banda to ur. Simla, 101h April, 1833.- T'he right hon. the Governor Geveral w. P. Masson, tue joint magistrate and deputy collector. has been pleased 10 make the following appointments :

Mr. C. W Kialoch, deputy collector for the investigation of Major C. J. C. Davidson, of engineers, to be executive engi. rent-free tenures at Mynpooree, from the 20th March to the 5th, neer to the 6th or Allahabad Division of public works.

November next, on medical certificate, to visit the hills north

of Dehra. Mr. Kiploch has been authorized to make over chargo Lieutenant Hugb Fraser, executive engineer Mouw division, to be executive engineer to the 7th on Cawapore division or of his office to the collector, till further orders. public works, but to remuin at Mbow qutil the work on whicb

J. THOMASON. he is at present engaged is completed.

ofg. Secy. to the Gour.Gent. N. W. P. Lieutenant J.N. Sharp, in charge of the 7th or Cawopore divi. sion, to be executive engineer to the Mbow division of public works, but to remain at Cawnpore till relieved by Lieutenant

Political department, camp, at Rajghal, the 24th March, Fraser.

1838.-Mr. H. Swetenham, the Agent to the Governor General WM. CASEMENT, N. Q.

at Furruckabad, reported bis having resumed charge of the agency

on the 14th instant, Secy. to the Govt. of India Mily. Dept.

By order of the Right Hon. the Gove,bor General for tho with the Rt. Hon, the Gour. Genl. N, W. Provinces.

W. H. MACNAGHTEN.

Secy, -60 the Gov, Genl. for the N. W.P. Political department Simla, the Mch April, 1838. Mr. Assis Judicial, revenue and general department, simla, the 37th tant Surgeon Ji S. Login, s. C., was on the 9th instant, appointed. March, 1838.—Juäicial and revenue.-Mr. E. Wilmot is to the medical charge of the residency at Lucknow, during the appointed to officiate as magisırate and collector of Booludd. absence of Mr. Assistant Sargeon W. Stevenson.

shuhur, during the absence of Mr. Teiruey ou leave, or till

further orders. By order of the Right Hou, the Governor General of India,

Judicial - Mr. C. Lindsay, officiuting judge of Deblee, has W. H. MACNAGATEN,

obtained lease of absence, on bis pripate affairs for ten days, from Seay, to the govt. of India with the Govr, Genl. the 3rd of April pext.

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