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At Simla, on the 2d may, the lady of J. Thomason, Esq., Civil Service, of a son.
At Chittagong, on the 6th May, the lady of Adam S. Annand, Esq., of the Civil Service, of a daughter.
At the Residency, Hyderabad, on the 6th of May, the lady of Major J A. Moore, of a daughter, which survived only a few hours At Hingolee, on the 7th May, the lady of Capt. Edward Ray nsford, of a son.
At Hazaree Baugh, on the 8th May, the lady of Lieutenant C. B. P. Alcock, Bengal Engineer, of a son.
At Barrackpore, on the 14th May, the lady of Captain William Alexander Troup, of the 15th Regiment Native Infantry, of a son and heir.
At Calcutta, on the night of the 12th May, the lady of J. A. Faris, Esq., of a son.
At Calcutta on the 13th May, Mrs. P. K. Elphinstone, of a son. At Chowringhee on the 16th May, the lady of J. P Grant, Esq., of a daughter.
At Landour, on the 8th May, the lady of W. J. Conolly. Esq. Civil Service, of a daughter.
At Delhi, on the 11th May, the lady of Lieutenant Colone Moseley, commanding the 35th regiment, of a son.
At Arrah, on the 12th May, the lady of G, D. Wilkins, Esq., of he Civil Service, of a daughter.
At Jamaulpore, on the 14th May, the lady of Captain Carleton, 36th Regiment Native Infantry, of a son.
At Nessindpore Factory, Jessore, on the 15th May, the lady of P. Durand, Esq., of a son.
At Calcutta, on the 19th May, Mrs James Eede, of a daughter. At Calcutta, on the 21st May, at the Ballygunge Tannery, Mrs. W. Scott, of a son.
At Calcutta, on the 22d May, Mrs. C. Lefever, of a son.
At Calcutta, on Wednesday, the 23d May, the wife of Mr. F. Swaris, of a son.
At Chowringhee, on the 24th May, the lady of William Mackenzie, Esq., of a daughter,
At St. Peter's Church, on Thursday, the 26th April, by the At Buxar, on the 4th May, the lady of A. Matthews, Esq., of a Reverend W. O. Ruspini, M. A., Mr. R. Norris, an Assistant daughter. in the Sudder Dewanny Adawlut, to Mrs. C. Steward.
At Cawnpore, on Tuesday the 8th April, hospital apprentic Barren Charles Oakley, of the Medical Depôt, to Miss Jane Winefred Waterfield, of H. M.'s 16th Regiment
At Calcutta, on the 8th instant, at St. John's Cathedral, by the Rev. W. O. Ruspini, Edward Taylor Trevor, Tsq, Bengal Civi Service, to Catherine Elizabeth, eldest daughter of the late Lieutenant Colonel John Hunter, B. N I.
At Calcutta, on the 11th May, at the Cathedral by the Rever end H. S Fisher, Mr. John Vallette, Assistant Arsenal, Fort Wil liam, to Mrs. Sarah Trautum.
At Vizazvatam, on the 19th April, by the Rev Vincentjesty's Shotland, Lieut, Josiah Wilkinson, 44th N. 1. to Emma, third daughter of the late Lieut -Col, Elphinstone, and grand daughter of Major General Welsh, Commanding the Northern Division
On the 12th May, at the Cathedral, by the Rev. H. Fisher. Archibald Campbell, Esq., 58th Regt. N I. to Maria Eskine At. kinson, only daughter of the late Capt. Thomas Jasper Atkinson
At Calcutta, on the 12th way, at the Roman Catholic Church of Boitaconnah, Mr. G. F. Bowbear, an Assistant in the Sudder Board of Revenue, to Miss Mary Echaud, eldest daughter of the late Mr Gegre Echaud, Trader.
At Secunderabad, on the 2d May, by the Raverend J. McEvoy, Captain J. W. Boardman, of His Highness theizam's Service to Miss Caroline O'Leary.
At Bareilly, on Monday, the 7th May, by the Reverend George Ward, .A B, Mr. George Thomas Smith, to Miss Louisa France Conway.
At Agra, on the 8th May, A. U C. Plowden, Esq,
At Calcutta, at the Principal Roman Catholic Church, Mark
At Burdwan, on the 15th May, by the Rev. Mr. Weitbretch, Mr. Felix D'Rozario, Catechist of the Church Mission Society, to Miss Jane Egan, formerly a ward of the European Female Or phan Asylum.
At Allahabad, on the 17th May at the house of Colonel 0: chard, commanding the station, by the Rev. A. Pratt, A. B Capt. Alister Stewart, Hon'ble Company's European Regt. to Harriet, second daughter of Capt. Hamilton, of Hamilton Lodge Staffordshire, and Barrackmaster, Gibralter.
At Girgaum, on the 15th April, of Cholera, Captain William Durant, of the Ship Good Success of this Port, aged 34 years At Agra, on the morning of the 16th April, Captain Raban 47th N. I of Cholera.
At Cawnpore, on the 19th April, Emily Charlotte, the young, est daughter of Mr. C. C. Greenway, aged 11 months and 23 days At Agra, on the 20th April, Felix Erastus, the infant child o R. Gordon, Esq.,of the Accountant's Office, aged 1 year and 1 day On Monday morning, the 3d of April, at the house of her bro ther Mr. Stephen Birch, of Futtyghurr, Mrs. Anne Printzling. in the 62d year of her age, deeply regretted by all her relation and friends.
At Calcutta, on the 28th April, Mrs. Mary Hubn, aged 35 years, 4 months, and 16 days.
At Midnapore, on the 28th April, after a lingering and pain ful illness of upwards of a year, the wife of Mr. T. Jones, Head Clerk Superintending Engineer's Office, South Western Provin ces, aged 29 years.
At Calcutta, on the 28th April, Mrs. Anna Nicholas, relict of the late Mr. Nicholas, aged 82 years.
Ai Calcutta, on the 29th April, of cholera Caroline, the infants daughtes of Mr. and Mrs. George Brown, aged 3 years, 3 month and 14days.
At Calcutta, on the 29th Aprii, Mrs. Anna Maria Morrison, lady of the Rev. J. H. Morrison, aged 24 years, 2 months,and 15 days. At Calcutta, on the 30th April, Master Henry Richard Mar. tiudell, sou of Henry Martindell, Esq,, Attorney at Law, aged 14 days.
At Calcutta, on the 30th April. Mrs. Eliza Danverse Else, widow of the late Mr. John Preston Else, of the Honourable Company's Marine, aged 24 years and 2 months.
At Dacca, on the 1st May, Eliza Ann, the beloved child of A. G. Glass, Esq., aged 11 months and 12 days
At Calcutta, the General Hospital, bert Thomson, of 101, Dhurumtollah, aged 37 years. on the 2d May, Mr. Ro
At Fort William, early on the morning of the 3d May, the ady of Major Mountain, H M. 26th Regt., or Cameronians. At C-lcutta, on the 3d May, Mr. Daniel Francis Wood, aged 8 years
At Calcutta, on the 3d May, of Cholera, Master John Pereira, junior, eldest son of Mr. and Mr. John Pereira, aged 12 years, 11 months, and 10 days
At Nusseerabad, on the 13th April, in the 50th year of her age, the lady of Lieutenant Colonel R. Birch, and daughter of the late Lieutenant Colonel Frederick Trench; an afflicting loss to her amily.
On the 19th April, near Kotah, Lieutenant J. G. B. Paton, of he 4th Native Infantry, who accidently met his death by the discharge of his fowling piece. His remains were interred at Kotah.
At Agra, on the 25th April the Reverend George Ward, aged 9 years, 9 months, and 5 days.
At Khalna Jessore, on the 25th April, Mr. J. G. Aviet, Indigo Planter, aged 35 years.
13th Regiment Light Infantry. Lately at Kurnaul, Lieutenant W. F. Shakespear, of Her Ma
At Juanpore, on the 1st May, George, the youngest child of Assistant Surgeon J. T. Pearson, aged 3 years and 9 months.
At Calcutta, on the 5th May, Master William Moore Seagrove, who was unfortunately drowned whilst bathing with some of his school-fellows, in a tank, situated at the back of the huts, which face Fenwick's Buildings Linde say Street, Chowringhee, in the seventeenth year of his age.
At Calcutta, on the 5th May, of Cholera, Mr. Phillip Robam, of the Preventive Service, aged 27 years, 4 months, and 18 days,
At Monghyr, on the evening of the 5th May, James Andrew, on of Mr. Conductor J. Thompson, Invalid Pension Establishnent, aged 1 years and 24 days.
At Soaldah, on tho 6th May Mrs. Mary Jane Hawkins, aged 60 years
At Calcutta, on the 7th May, Miss Betsy Crips, aged 20 years and 10 months.
Thomas Kidder Cro by, Esq, azed 23 years
At Calcutta, on the 10th May, Mr. T Jones, of the Police
At Entally, on the 11th May, aged 23 years, Harriet Elizabeth, the beloved wife of Mr. Thomas Hendry Ely, Librarian, Hurkaru
torney of the Supreme Court, aged 45 years,
A Calcutta, on 11th May, Jas. Cock, Esq., aged 38 years.
Griffiths, relict of the late Mr. Thamas Griffiths, Pensioned Deputy
At Nyagaon, 12 miles West of Bondee, in the camp of the Governor General's Agent, for the States of Rajpootana, on the 31st of April, by an attack of Cholera Morbus, 1 ieut. Wm. Thos. Briggs, of the 74th Regt N. 1.. Assistant to the General Superintendant for the Suppression of 1 huggee, and Officiating Assis. tant to the Rajpootaua Agency, deeply and most deservedly regretted, on account of his amiable and honourable qualities, by the officers of his corps and by all who had enjoyed his intimate cquaintance. By the death Lieut. Briggs, his friends have susloss of a tried and most promising public officer. tained a most distressing bereavement and the Government the
At Allygurh, on the 2d May, Colina Anne, the daughter of Lieutenant W. F. Campbell, 64th Native Infantry, aged 7 months and 10 days
Esq. New Po ta Midnapore, on Tuesday the 8th May, Farquhard
the lady of Marques Simeon. Esq, Zemindar of Duckinsabaze
the Special Court of Commission, aged 46 years and 10 months. At Calcutta, on the 12th May, Mr. Petter D'Costa, Register of
daughter of Mr. John. Lindsay, Head Master, Free School, aged 3 At Calcutta, Free School, on the 12th May. Jane, the infant months and 28 days.
of the late Joseph Greenway, Esq., aged 47 years.
Montieur and Madame Philippeir, aged 9 years
sistant, Military Accountant General's Department, aged 51 years
At Calcutta, on the16th May, Mrs Mary Robinson, lady of the Rev. W. Robinson, aged 40 years.
At the residence of Mr. Hampton, Howrah, on the 18th May, months. Ensign S. M. Hampton, 57th Regt. N. I., aged 27 years and 6
At Calcutta, on the 19th May, Mrs. Marian Rose, wife of Mr. braham Rose, of the firm of Messrs. Hunter and Co., aged 37 years and 5 days.
INDIGO-There have been two public sales this week, the first on the 22d instant of about 360 chests of inferior Oudh, held at the Loll Bazar Mart; the sale was very thinly attended, and scarcely a lot was sold, in consequence of the proprietors fixing high prices. The second sale was held yesterday at the New Mart, the quantity put up consisted of about 132 chests, up country produce, and although, the attendance was thin, more than 3ths met with purchasers, but at rather low prices, the remainder was subsequently sold by private contract at fixed rates.
Accounts during the week from the Factories in Tirhoot, Malda, and, with very few exceptions, in Moorshedabad and Kishnaghur, are still of a very unfavorable nature, whereas those from Jessore and Dacca are better.
Advices from Home by the Overland mail to the 23d March represent the market inactive. A few small parcels were disposed of at 2d. to 4d per ib. below the January sale prices. The Stock in London on
1st March, 1838, was chests 24,690 against the stock, on
And the deliveries in Feb. 1838. amounted to chests Against the deliveries in Feb. 1837
Second, 5 pr. cent Third
REVIEW OF THE CALCUTTA MARKET.
The shipments up to last evening are
(From the Bengal Hurkaru Price Current, May 29.)
Shewing a decrease of chests 106
Transfer Loan of 1835.
Fy. mds. 77,903
RAW SILK.-Continues in fair enquiry for the English market, and the prices of some of the assortments have slightly advanced. Accounts from England state, East India sorts were firmly held, and China quoted rather higher with a fair demand,
Sto buy pm. 0
COTTON.-A few parcels have changed bands duringthe week for shipment to China per the Mary Ann Webb at steady prices.
At Calcutta, in Cossitollah Street, on the 19th May, Mrs. Jane Adams, relict of the late Capt. Walter Adams, aged 60 years.
par a pm
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At Calcutta, on the night of the 21st May, after an illness of 24 hours, Mrs. C. M. Morton, wife of Mr. J. S. Morton, Veterinary
5 per Cent....
4 per Cent....Disct, Co.'s Rs 2 6
Orders at present from China are limited, but several parties anticipate instructions regarding purchases by the next arrival. Aspects in the interior are the same as stated before.
SILK PIECE GOODS.-Operations in Corahs to a considerable extent are reported for the English market, but we have no particular change in prices to notice.
Accounts from Home by the Overland Mail are of a less favor. able nature than we had expected, Corahs were about 5 to 7 per cent. lower than in December, good qualities weighing full 13 oz. were quoted from 18s. to 19s. 6d. Choppahs and Bandanas were not very brisk, and were quoted 16s. 6d. to 17s. 6d.
SALTPETRE-Purchases since our last have been to a limited extent, and prices may be quoted without alteration.
Accounts from London represent the article to have pressed on the market, and was consequently dull of sale, and at a decline in prices. SUGAR.-Continues in fair enquiry, but without any change in
Advices from London report the Bengal produce in limited demand, good middling to very good white at 59s. 6d. to Gis. per cwt. In Siam or Manilla there was nothing doing, and the market became heavy, without buyers, particularly of the soft and inferior kinds, except at reduced prices, but holders, were not disposed to accede to any decline.
SHELL LAC.-Very little doing for the Euglish market, and prices have a tendency to a decline.
Accounts froin London and Liverpool are very unfavourable, and Stocks are reported heavy.
LAC DYE-A few parcels have been taken up for the English market at steady prices. Accounts from Europe state this article more favorable.
SAFFLOWER-Some purchases of the new crop have been reported for the English market, but we observe no particular change in prices.
GRAIN.-Nothing doing for Europe, a few purchases of Moonglyr Rice, for the Mauritius are the only transactions reported since our last at former prices.
OPIUM.-Very little continues to be done in this Drug, excepting a few chests for shipments per the Attaran for China, and our quotations may be reported nominal.
The quantity in the Company's godown up to last evening amounted to Benares. 90
Patna. Old........ 255 New....... 1,161
Transfer Loan of 1835 36.
interest payable in Eng Prem. 15 0 14 up. ct. land,
Bazet, M. A. F.......
8 per sa. wt.
Spanish Dollars..... Co. Rs 220
Bauk of England Notes
Ghina Gold Bars..
Shairp, George, Lieutenant, 15th N. 1......
Burn, Frederick William,..
Oakley, Richard Cater,.......
Abbott, George, Captain, 15th N. I............
ADMINISTRATIONS TO ESTATES.
COURSE OF EXCHANGE.
80 @ 221
10 5 0
Registrar Supreme Court.
Dobbs, A.E., Master in Equity and Accountant Genl of theS.C Registrar Supreme Court.
of the Zillab of Ghazeepore...........
Registrar Supreme Court.
..Registrar Supreme Court.
..Registrar Supreme Court.
BANK OF BENGAL.
Ou Government Bills and Salary....
.......... T. M. Howe.
.Registrar Supreme Court.
Registrar Supreme Court.
0 per 100
5 per cent.
Charged on Govt, and Salary Bills..
Allowed on Deposits for 3 months certain
8 per sa wt.
3 p 100 sa wt
.E. Mackintosh and A. F. Smith.
a 93 8
a 98 8
5 per cent. 10 ditto.