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The Sirhind division order of the 5th justant, directing Shaikh

GENERAL ORDERS TO THE QUEEN'S TROOPS. ColomGhous, native doctor, attached to the hospital of the 21st regiment of native infantry, to proceed to Hansi, and do duty with the 1st local horse, during the absence, on leave, of Munnoo, native doctor of that corps, is confirmed.

Headquarters, Simla, 19th April, 1838.-No. 122.-The Com. The Neemuch station order of the 25th ultimo, directing Go.

mander in Chief has been pleased to inake the following appoint. vind Lol, native doctor, of the 30th rezinent of native infantry, I ment aud promotions until Her Majesty's pleasure shail be to proceed to Saugor with tho left wing of the 3d local horse,

known: during the absence, on duty, of Klyroollah Khan, native ductor of that corps, is confirmed.

31 light dragoons.-Captain G. H. Lockwood, to be major,

without purchases, vice Andrews, deceascd, 3d April 1838. Bhoodoon, a native dresser, employed at heal-quarters, is ap. Lieutenant M. Jones, to be captain, vice Lockwood, promoted, pointed a native doctor, from the lich instant, and directed to 30 April 1838. proceed in Kurnant, and do duty under the superintending sur. geon at thit station,

Cornet J, Wyld, to be lieutenant, rice Jones, promoted, 3d Tbe undermentioned officers have leave of absence :

April 1838. 25th regiment native infantry.-Lieutenant G. Ramsay, from

3d Foot.- Ensign William Duncan Hilton, from the 9th foot, 10th April to 30th April, to remain at Jubbulpore, on medical cer.

10 be Ensign, vice Dorebill, promoted, 10th March 1838. ilicate.

911 Foot.-Ensign D. M. Brthune, to be lieutenant, without 26th regiment native infantry. —Lientenant T. 1. Hunter, purchase, vice Cook, deceased, 21st March 1335. from 1st May to 31st October, to visit the wills, north of Deyrab, 13th Foot.-Ensign the Hon. E. J. W. Forester, to be on private affairs.

lieutenant, without purchase, pice Shakespeare, deceased, 9th 27th regiment nativo infantry :-Captain P. Hopkins, from

April 1838, 30th June to 31st December, on private affairs, to visit Simla and The leave of absence granted in extention, by His Excellency the presidency, pi eparatory' to subinitting an application for fur Lieutenant General Sir P. Maitland, K.C. B., to Lieutenant R. lough.

Hawkes, 4th foot, to the 31st August next, is confirmed. Subordinate meilical departinent. -- Assistant Apothecary R. Bean, attached to LIM 10th lancers, from 1st May to Ist No. vember, to proceed to the hills north of Deyrah, on medical cer.

The nodermentioned officers have leave of absence : tificate.

16th lancers -Captain P. T. Robinson, from 10th April to 10th November, to Simia, on medical certificate.

13th light infantry.--Surgeon D. Murray, M. D. from Ist May Head-quarters, Simla, 15th May 1838.-The leave of absence to 15th November, ditto ditto. for six inouths granied to Captain K. Campbell, of the 45th regi.

By order of the Commander tu Chief. ment native infantry, in general orders of the 12th uliino, is to commence on the 29th April, and terminate on the 29th October, instead of the dates therein specified,

Head-quarters, Simla, 26th April, 1838.- No. 123.-Her Ma. The leave of absence granted in general orders of the 12th ultimo. jesty has been pleased to make the following promotions and to Lieutenant 11. D. Van Homrigh, the 48th regiment native infan appoiutments in the regiments serving in lodia : try, is caucelled at his request.

4th foot.-Major William Beetham, from half pay, unaitached, Shaik Ibrabiin, native doctor, of the 45th regiment native in. to be major, vice James Henry Phelps, promoterl, loth Novemfantry, having been reported unworthy of being retained in his ber 1837. present situation, is to be discharged the service from the date of promulgation of this order at the head-quarters, his regiment.

Ensign Frederick Charles Erelegh, to be Lieutenant by pnr.

chase, vice Persse, appointed to the 20 dragoon guards, loth Drummer Simon Lyons, of the invalid pension establishment November 1837. having been pronounced by a medical committee to be fit for active service, is transferred to the 11th regiment natire infautry, and

William Mark Campbell, gent. to be epsigo by purchase, directed to be sent to join.

vice Erelegh, 10th November 1837. The undermentioned officers have leave of absence :

7th foot.- 'Injor Charles John Deshon, from the 2014 foot, 1st company ist batialion artillery-Cantain E, F. Day, from to be major, vice Georre James Romney, who retires upon balr 26th April to 15th July, to remain at Beuares, on private affairs, par; nhattaclied, receiving the difference, J0th November 1837. and to enable hiin to rejoin his company.

634 foot. - Captain D'Arcey Wentworth, to be major by pur.

clase, vice Brigg, who retires, 30 November 1837. 20th regiment native infantry.--Lieutenant C. Rattray, from 3d may to 30th November, to visit Simla, on medical ceruiticate.

Lieutenant John Hodson Fearan, to be captain, by purchase,

vice Wentworth, 30 November 1837, 55th regiment native infantry.- Lieutenant S. D. Agar, froin Cancels his pro. Ensign Conan Hopton, to be lieutenant Ist October 1837 to 20th November 1837, to visit the presidency, motion vice Pralt. by purchase, vice Fearon, 30 November 1837. on medical cervicale, preparatory to submitting an application for furlongh.

Willian Keny, gent, to be Ensign by purchase, vice Hopton,

30 November 1837. 38th regiment native infantry --Lieutenant A. C. Dewar, from 15th May to 15th October, to visit the bills, north of Deyralt, on private affairs.

MEMORANDUM.

The Christinn names of Easign, Postlethwaite, of the 26th foot, Head-quarters, Simla, lhth May 1938. -The presidency divi.

are Henry James William. sion order of the 25th ultimo, appointing native doctor Kissen Chunder to the Arracan local battalion, is confirined.

The Agra garrison and station order of the 20 instant, directing hospital apprentice W. H. Johnstone, arrived from presidency,

The Commander in Chief has been pleased to make the follow. with a detachment of recruits, to do duty in the artillery hospital, ing promocion until Her Majesty's pleasure shall be knowa : 18 confirmed.

17th Foot.- Ensigu T. 0. Rutledge, to be lieutenant by pur.

chase, vice De Burgh, who retires, 23d April 1838. The Allygurh station order of the 16th ultimo, appointing Lieu. tenant interpreter and quarter master W.F. Campbell, of the

Ilis Excellency the Commander in Chief has been pleased to 64th regiment of natire infantry, lo act as station staff, is con. firmed.

direct the publication of the following Government general order

for the information of Her Majesty's forces serving in India : His Excellency the Commander in Chief is pleased to make the following appointement :

The Commander in Chief in India, has been pleased to grant to

Captain James Brown, or the 57th foot, who had served fifteen years 7th regiment of native infantry. - Lieutenant F. C. Brooke, to and upwards as a subaltern, previously to bis promotion to corde be adjutant, vice Revell, promoted.

pany, the rank of captain, by brever, in the East lodies only, Gun Corporal Martin Scanling, of the Ramgurh light infantry fiom the 14th of June 1830, battalion, is promoted to sergeant, and appointed quarter master

The committee of paymastersbip in Her Majesty's 630 regi. sergeant to the corps, vice Cooper.

ment, --consisting of Lieutenant Colonel Fairtlough, Major Bay. By order of His Excellency the Commander in Chief, lee, and (aplain Mahon, appointed to act during the absence of J. LUMLEY, Major General,

pa master i Lane, and of Lieutenaut Crompton, to continue to

perform the duty, on the responsibility of that committee, is Adjutant General of the Army. confirmed,

The regimental order by the officer com- Head-quarters, Simla, 10th May 1838.-The Commander in Bt. Capt. Kerr. manding 9th foot, dated 30ih uitimo, directing Chief has been pleased to make the following promotions until

Batine, the officers, named in the margin to proceed Her Majesty's pleasure shall be knowu :
Lieut. Metcalfe, to Calcutta, by water, on general Court.rar.
-Farrant. tial duty, in complianc. with a division order,

2d foot. - Lieutenant H. D. Keith, to be captain without pur. Lieut. 900 Adjt. and to return to Chiusurah in the same man- cbase, vice Jackson, deceased, 291h June 1837. Robinson, ner after its completion, is confirmed.

Ensign G. N. K. A. Yonge, to be lieutenant, vice Keith, proThe division order by Major General Sir Willoughby Cotton, moted, 29th June 1837. C. & anil K. C. 11., dated 6th April, granting leave of absence to Ensigl G. Piercy, to be lientenant without purchase, vice Ensign W. Shelton, 44th foot, io proceed to England, for two years Dalway, deceased, 15th April 1838. from the date of embarkation, on medical certificste, is confirmed 54th foot.- Ensign M. Barbauld, to be lieutenant without

purchase, vice Harvey, deceased, 4th April 1838. The undermentioned officer has leare of absence :

The Commander in Chief in India, has been pleased to ap.

point Colonel J. Thackwell, u. K., of the 3d light dragoons, 13th light infantry.–Lieutenant Colonel Dennie, c. B, from io take rank as major geveral by brevet, in the East Indies the date of his leaving th regiment to Ist December 1838, to only; commission to be dated 10th January 1837. Missorie, on medical certificate.

The appointment of Ensign Sims, fi24 foot, to act as adjutant Ry order of the Commander in Chief.

to that corps during the absence, on leave of Lieutenant and Adjutant morfield, is confirmed, from the 3d March last.

The regimental order by the officer comHead quarters. Simla. 3d Vay 1838. - No. 126 – Assistant Bt. Capt, Kerr. manding 9th foot, dated 14th April, direct. Surgeon Knox, 3d light dragoons, is appoint'd to the medical

Batine, ing the oficers, named in the margin, to charge of H. M. 13th light infantry, during the absence of Sur. Lient., Metcaise, proceed to Fort William, by water, on geon Murray, on mendical certificate, and assistant Surgeon

Duane. Court martial dnty, and to return io liko Menzies, 16th fios, lo he attached to, and to be duty with H

Robingun, mauuer, after its completion, is confirmed. 11. 31 light diagoons, during the absence of assistant Surgeon acting adjutant. Knox.

Surgeon McCreary, H. M 9th regiment, doing duty with H. The leave of absence granteil to Lieutenant Fitzgerald, 1616 M. 160 Lucers, will proceed to Chiusural, and assume the medi. foot, in the general order of the 25th January last, No. 98, to cal charge of the corps 10 which be belongs. proceed to Landoar, on private affairs, is cancelled.

The regimental order by the officer commanding H. M. 19th His Excellency the Commander in Chief has been pleased to regiment, dated 13th April, appointing assistant Surgeon Harvey, promote the andermentioned oficer to the rank of capiain, by to the inedical charge of that Corps, vice assistant Surgeon Ro. brevet, in the East Indies only.

bertson, (19th regiment) deceased, as a temporary appointmen63d foot. - Lieut. C. D. C. O'Brien, from the 25th March 1835. until the arrival of Surgeon McCreary, is confirmed. The undermentioned officers have leave of absence :

Assistant Surgeon Ross, 16th lancers, will assume the medical 3d light dragnons.-Lieatenant s. Fisher, for one mouth from

charge of the corps, until further order. 10th April, to enable him to rejoin.

By order of the Commander in Chief, 16th lancers.-Lieutenant Colonel W. Persse, from 5th May

R. TORRENS, Major General, to Ist October next, to Landour, on private affairs.

Adjt. Genl, to Her Majesty's Forces in India.

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

ARRIVALS AT KEDGERBE.

15th.-English ship Forth, J. H. Landers, from the Mauritius

91h January, and Rangoon 31 May. April 29th - English ship Samdany, Nacoda, from Bombay 12th, and Caunanore 26th March ; English birque Burong, R.

234 -English ship Larkins, C. Ingram, from London 16th Gordon, from Bombay 3d, Tellicberry 9th, Ain Aleppee 13th January, and Madras 19th May ; English barque Isabella, c. April; American ship Osage, W. Heining, for Philadelphia Munro, from Portsinouth 10th January, and Madras 17th May. 26th December.

24th.-English ship Bolton, Young, from Londou 13.5 January 30th.--English ship David Scoll, R' Spence, from London

25th. - English barque Susanna, J.P. Ridley, from the Mauritius 26th November, Cape 224 February, and Madras 25th April ; 24th April, Point de Calle 14th, and Madras 20th May ; English English ship Justina, C C Young. fro'n London 12th Decem brig Freak, J. W. Singult, froin the Mauritius 24th April. ber; French ship Houghly, Roubin, from Bourbon 22 March. May Ist. -- English ship Favorite, T. Robinson, from Liver. April, and Madras 21 May, and Dutch barque Maas, from Bata

26th.-English barque Cuba, A. Gray, from the Maritius 26th pool 25th October, and Madras 26th April: Englisli barque via d May. Frankland, J. Webh, from Liverpool 27th D ceinber ; English skip Margaret Connal, D. Morris, froin Gieen ck 1016 Decem

ARRIVALS OF PASSENGERS. ber : English ship Forth, W. Baxter, froin Greenock 23th No

Per Burong, from Bombay : Mrs. Wilson and Mrs. Heones. vember

sey; Mr. William Fawning ; P. M. farnworth, Esq. 20.- English ship Mary Anne Webb, R. Lloyd, from Liver. Per Osage, from Philadelphia : Thos. Ryan, Esq., mer. pool 8th January ; American ship Mary and Susan, W. Fichaut; Messrs. Joseph Caldwell and J. Caldweli, missionaries. Parrott, from Portsmouth 4th December, Rio de Janeiro 8th February, and Madras 28th April.

Per David Scott, from London : Mrs. Craigie ; Mr. and Mrs.

Whitmore, and Mr. and Mrs. Taylor, B C. S. ; Bosign Sbaw, 6th.- English ship Waterloo, J. Cow, from Sydney lith H. M. 31st ; Ensigu Pstlethwaite, H. M 261b; Mr. Hopkinson, March, and Madras 1st May.

cadet ; Mr. Oakes; Graham, privale 26th regt.- From Madras : 7th.- English barque Raj Ranee, J. A. Harding, from the Mau. W. R. White, Esq, H. M. 16th Lancers ; Capt. Shernan. ritias 9th March ; English barque Kyle, T. Fletcher, from Londou Per Waterloo, from New South Wales.-Mrs. Vicamy and 14th Deceinlar.

child ; Mrs. Rose ; Lieut. Vicamy, 4th N. I., and Rev. Mr.

Rose. 8tb.--English ship Indian Oak, R. Rayne, from Port Louis 6th March, and Madras Ist May ; English scho'ner John Hepburne, u. c. s., and John P. Caulfield, cadet, ditto.

Per Kyle, from London : Dr. J. A. Dunbar, assist. sarg. M.D. B. Robertson, froin Moulmein 15th, and Rangoon 24th April. 9th.--Euglish ship Malcolm, J. Eyles, from London 191h De.

Per Raj Ranee, from Port Louis ; Monsieur, Purdran. cember, and Madras 3d May: English barque Princess Vic. Per Indian Oak : Mrs. Rayne and child, and Misses Rayno torin, J. Lee, from London 271b August.

and Anna Clapperton. Ilth.- English barque Donna Carmelita, T. Foss, from the Per John Hepburne : Mr. A. Nicol, mariner, from Rangoon, Mauritius 12.b March, and Poiul-de-Galle ist May; English barque Per Malcolm, from London : Mrs. Malan, Mrs. Jos. Ouseley Eamoni, N. Burtsal, from Moulmein 21st April.

and Mrs. Longdou ; Misses Wall, Barlow, and A. Wilson ; two 12th - English barque Vary, Munyard, from

Masters Malan ; S. G. Malan, B. A. Professor, Bisbop's College,

Hobart Town 3d March,

Calcutta ; Messrs. F.T. Paterson, H. J. Edwards, E.S. Rey.

nolds, R. R. Mainwariog, and G. E. Ford, cadets. From Ma. 13th-English barque Edward, s, Morton, froin Portsmouth dras : Mrs. Ellerton; Capts, Birch and Martin, B. N. I., and 4th December, and Madras 9th May.

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The Sirhind division order of the 5th justant, directing Shaikh GENERAL ORDERS TO THE QUEEN'S TROOPS. ColomGhoas, native doctor, attached to the hospital of the 21st regiment of native infantre, to proceed to Hansi, and do duty with the 1st local horse, during the absence, on leave, of Munnuo, native doctor of that corps, is contirmed.

Head-quarters, Simla, 191h April, 1838.-No. 122.-The Com. The Neemuch station order of the 25th ultimo, directing Go.

mander in Chief has been pleased to make the following appoint. vind Loll, native doctor, of the 301h regiment of uatise infantiy,

ment and promotions until Her Majesty's pleasure shall be to proceed to Saugor with the left wing of the 3: local horse,

known: during the absence, on duty, of Klyroollah Kuan, Dative ductor 3d light dragoons.-Captain G. H. Lockwood, to be major, of that corps, is confirmed.

without purchases, rice Andrews, deceased, 3d April 1838. Bhoodoon, a native dresser, employed at hea l.quarters, is ap- Lieutenant M. Jones, to be captain, vice Lockwood, promoted, pointed a native doctor, stom the 11th iustant, ant directed to 30 April 1838. proceed in Kurnaul, and du duty under the superioteuding sur. geon at the station.

Cornet J, Wyld, to be lieutenant, vice Jones, promoted, 3d The undermentioned officers have leave of absence :

April 1838. 25th regiment native infantry.-Lieutenant G. Ramsay, from

3d Foot-Ensign William Duncan Hilton, from the 9th foot, 20th April to 30th April, to remain at Jubbulpore, on inedical cer: 10 be Ensigo, vice Dorebill, promoted, 10th March 1838. ificate.

91h Foot.-Ensign D. M. Brthune, to be lieutenant, without 26th regiment native infantry. - Lientenant T. H. Hunter, purchase, vice Cook, deceased, 21st ajarch 1838. from 1st May to 31st October, to visit the hills, north of Deyrab, 13th Foot.-Ensign the Hon. E, J. W. Forester, to be on private affairs.

lieutenant, without purchase, vice Shakespeare, deceased, 9th 27th regiment native infantry :-Captain P. Hopkins, from

April 1838. 30th June to 31st December, on private affairs, to visit Simla and The leave of absence granted in extention, by His Excellency the presidency, pieparatory to subunitting an application or fur Lieutenant General Sir P. Maitland, K, C, B., to Lieutenant R. lough.

Hawkes, 4th foot, to the 31st August next, is confirmed. Subordinate medical departinent. - Assistent Apothecary R. Bean, attached to H. M. 16th lancers, from Ist May to 1st No vember, to proceed to the hills north of Deyrah, on medical cer. The nndermentioned officers have leave of a bsence : tificate.

16th lancers -Captain P. T. Robinson, from both April to 10th November, to Sima, on medical certificate.

13th light infantry.--Surgeon D. Murray, M. D. from 1st May Head-quarters, Simla, 15th May 1838.-The leave of absence to 15th November, ditto dito. for six mouths granied to Captain K. Campbell, of the 1511 regi.

By order of the Commander iu Chief. ment native infantry, in general orders of the 12th uliino, is to commence on the 20th April, and terminate on the 29th October, instead of the dates therein specified.

Head-quarters, Simla, 26th April, 1838.- No. 123.-Her Ma. The leave of absence granted in general orders of the 12th ultimo, jesty bas been pleased to make the following promotions and to Lieutenant 11. D. Van Homrigh, the 48th regimeut native iufan appoiutments in the regiments serving in ludia : try, is cancelled at his request.

4th foot-Major Williain Beethain, from half pay, nnattached, Shaik Ibrahiin, natire doctor, of the 45th regiment native in. to be major, vice James Henry Phelps, promoteri, loth Novemfantry, having been reported unworthy of being retained in his ber 1837. present situation, is to be discharged the service from the date of promulgation of this order at the head-quarters, bis regiment. Ensign Frederick Charles Erelegh, to he Lientenant by pur.

chase, vice Persse, appointed to the 2d dragoon guards, loth Drummer Simon Lyons, of the invalid pension establishment November 1837. having been pronounced by a medical committee to be fit for active service, is transferred to the 14th regiment native inlautry, and

William Mark Campbell, gent. to be epsigo by purchase, directed to be sent to joiu.

vice Erelegh, 10th November 1837. The undermentioned officers have leave of absence :

7th foot.- Hajor Charles John Deshon, from the 2014 foot, Ist company ist battalion artillery-Captain E, F. Day, from to be major, sice Georee James Romney, who retires upon ball 26th April to 15th July, to remain at Benares, on private affairs, pay, unattached, receiving the difference, 10th November 1837. and to enable bin to rejoin his company.

63d foot. Captain D'Arcey Wentworth, to be major by pur.

chase, vice Brigg, who retires, 30 November 1937, 20th regiment native infantry.-Lieutenant C. Rattray, from 30 May to 30th November, 10 visit Simla, on medical carliticate.

Lieutenant John Hodson Fearon, to be captain, by purchase,

vice Wentworth, 30 November 1837. 55th regiment native infantry.-Lieutenant S. D. Acar, froin Cancels his pro. Ensign Conan Hopton, to be lieutenant 1st October 1837 to 20th November 1937, to visit the presidency, motion vice Prall. by purchase, vice Fearou, 30 November 1937. on medical certificate, preparatory to submitting an application for furlongh.

Williain Keny, gent, to be Ensign by purchase, vice Hoptos,

30 Novembir 1837. 38th regiment native insantry - Lieutenant A. C. Dewar, from 15th May to 15th October, to visit the hills, north of Deyrali, on private affairs,

MEMORANDUM,

The Cliristian names of Casign, Postlethwaite, of the 26th foot, Head-quarters, Simla, 16th May 1938. —The presidency divi.

are Henry James Filiiam. sion order of the 25th ultimo, appointing native doctor Kissen Counder to the Arracan local battalion, is confirmed.

The Agra garrison and station order of the 21 instant, directing hospital apprentice W. H. Johnstone, arrived from presidency.

The Commander in Chief bas been pleased to make the follow. with a detachment of recruits, to do duty in the artillery hospital, ing promo'ion until Her Majesty's pleasure shall be knowo: is confirmed.

17th Foot, - Ensign T. 0. Rutledge, to be lieutenant by pur.

chase, vice De Burgh, who retires, 230 April 1838. The Allyçurh station order of the 16th ultimo, appointing Lieu. tenant interpreter and quarter master W.F. Campbell, of the 64th regiment of native infantry, to act as station staff, is con.

His Excellency the Commander in Chief has been pleased to firmed.

(lirect the publication of the following Government general order

for the information of Her Majesty's forces serving in India : His Excellency the Commander in Chief is pleased to make the followiug appointement :

The Commander in Chief in India, has been pleased to grant to 7th regiment of palive infantry.--Lieutenant F. C. Brooke, to and upwards as a subaltern, previously to bis promotion to con

Captain James Brown, or the 57th foot, who had served fifteen years be adjutant, vice Revell, promoted,

pany, the rank of captain, by brever, in the East ludies only, Gun Corporal Martin Scanling, of the Ramgurh light infantry from the 14th of June 1830, battalion, is promoted to sergeant, and appointed quarter master sergeant to the corps, vice Cooper.

The committee of paymastersbip in Her Majesty's 634 regi.

ment, --consisting of Licutenant Colonel Fairtlougb, Major Bay. By order of His Excellency the Commander in Chief, lee, and Captain Mahon, appointed to act during the absence of J. LUMLEY, Major General,

pay master R. Lanie, and of Lieutenaut Crompton, to continue to

perform the duty, on the respousibility of that committee, is Adjutant General of the Army. conurmed,

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The regimental order by the officer com- Head-quarters, Simla, 10th May 1833. The Commander in Bl.-Capt. Kerr, mauding 9th foot, dated 30ih ultimo, directing Chief has been pleased to make the following promotions until

Batine. the officers, named in the margin to proceed Her Majesty's pleasure shall be known : Lieut. Metcalfe. to Calcutta, by water, on general Court.war- Farrant. tjal duty, in complianc: with a division order,

2d foot.-Lieutenant H. D. Keith, to be captain without pur. Lieut. and Adjt. and to return to Chiusurah in the same man- chase, vice Jackson, deceased, 29th June 1837. Robinson, ner after its completion, is confirined.

Ensign G. N. K. A. Yonge, to be lieutenant, vice Keith, pro

moted, 29th June 1837, The division order by Major General Sir Willoughby Cotton, G. R anıl K. 0. 8., dated 6th April, granting leare of absence to Ensign G. Piercy, to be lieutenant without purchase, vico Ensign W. Shelton, 44th foot, io proceed to England, for two years Dalway, deceased, 15th April 1838. from the date of embarkation, on medical certificsle, is confirmed

54th foot.- Ensign M. Barbauld, to be lieutenant without purchase, vice Harvey, deceased, 4th April 1838.

The Commander in Chief in India, has been pleased to ap. The undermentioned officer has leare of absence:

point Colonel J. Thackwell, H. K., of the 3d light dragoons, 131h light infantry.–Lieutenant Colonel Dennie, c. 8, from to take rank as major geueral by brevet, in the East Indies the date of his leaving th: regiment to 1st December 1838, to only; commission to be dated 10th January 1837. Missourie, on medical certificate.

The appointment of Ensign Sims, 621 foot, to act as adjutant Ry order of the Commander in Chief,

to that corps during the absence, on leave of Lieutenant and Adjutant Mortield, is confirmed, from the 3d March last.

The regimental order by the oflicer comHeadquarters. Simla. 3d Vay 1838.-No. 126 - Assistant Bt. Capt, Kerr. manding 9th root, dated 14th April, direct. Surgeon Knox, 3d light dragouns, is appoint'd to the medical

Batine. ing the oflicers, pamed in the margin, to charge of A, M. 13th light infantry, during the absence of Sur. Lient., Metcalle. proceed to Fort William, by water, on geon Murray, on merdical certificate, and assistant Surgeon

Drone, Court martial duty, and to return io liko Menzies, 16th fiol, lo he attached to, and to be duty with H.

Robinson, mauzer, after its completion, is confirmed. 11. 3d light diagoons, during the absence of assistant Surgeon acting adjutant. Knox.

Surgeon McCreary, H. M gih regiment, doing duty with H. The leave of absence granteil to Lientenant Fitzgerald, 1616 m. To ih Lucers, will proceed to Chiosurab, and assume the medi. fooi, in the general order of the 25th January fast, No. 98, to cal charge of the corps to which be belongs. proceed to Landour, on private affairs, is cancelled.

The regimental order by the officer commanding H. M. {9th His Excellency the Commander in Chief bas been pleased to regiment, dated 13th April, appointing assistant Surgeon Harvey, promote the undermentioned officer to the rank of captain, by to the medical charge of that Corps, vice assistant Surgeon Ro. brevet, in the East Indies only.

bertson, (19th regiment) deceased, as a temporary appointmen. 63d foot. - Lieut. C. D. C. O'Brien, from the 25th March 1835. until the arrival of Surgeon McCreary, is confirmed. The undermentioned officers bave leave of absence :

Assistant Surgeon Ross, 16th lancers, will assume the medical 3d light dragoons.-Liegtenant s. Fisher, for one month (rom

charge of the corps, until further order. 10th April, to enable him to rejoin.

By order of the Commander in Chief, 16th lancers.--Lieutenant Colonel W. Persse, from 5th May

R. TORRENS, Major General, to Ist October eext, to Landour, on private affairs,

Adjt, Genl. to Her Majesty's Forces in India.

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.

ARRIVALS AT KEDGEREE.

15th.-English ship Forth, J. H. Landers, from the Mauritius

9th January, and Rangoon 311 May. April 29th - English ship Samdany, Nacoda, from Bombay 12th, and Caunanore 26th March ; English birque Burong, R.

231 -English ship Larkins, C. Ingram, from Loodon 16th Gordon, from Bombay 30, Tellicberry 9th, and Alepper 13th January, and Madras 1911 May ; English barque Isabella, c. April: Americau ship Osage, W. Heining, from Philadelphia Muaro, from Portsinouth 10th January, and Madras 17th May. 26th December.

24th.-English ship Bolton, Young, from London 13.b January 30th.-English ship David Scott, R. Spence, from London

25th. - English barque Susanna, J.P. Ridley, from the Mauritius 26th November, Cape 224 February, and Marras 25th April ; 24th April, Point.de. Calle 14th, and Madras 20th May ; English English ship Justina, C C Yong, fro'n Landan 12th Decem brig Freak, J. W. Sinoult, froin the Mauritius 24th April. ber; French ship Houghly, Roubin, from Bourbon 2211 March. May Ist. - English ship Favorite. T. Robinson, from Liver. April, and Madras 21 May, and Dutch barque Maas, from Bata.

26th.-English barque Cuba, A. Gray, from the Mauritius 26th pool 25th October, and Madra« 26th April ; English barque. via d May. Prankland, J. Webh, from Liverpool 27th D cember ; English skip Margaret Connal, D. Morris, froin Gieen.ck 10th Decem

ARRIVALS OF PASSENGERS. ber; English ship Forth, W. Baxter, froin Greenock 23th No

Per Burong, from Bombay : Mrs. Wilson and Mrs. Hennes. vember

sey; Mr. William Fawning ; P. M. Farnworth, Esq. 2d.-English ship Mary Anne Webb, R. Lloyd, from Liver. Per Osage, from Philadelphia : Thos. Ryan, Esq., merpool sth January; American ship Mury and Susan, w. F. chant; Alessrs. Joseph Caldwell and J. Caldwell, missionaries. Parrott, from Portsmouth 4th December, Rio de Janeiro 8th

Per David Scott, from London : Mrs. Craigie ; Mr. and Mrs. February, and Madras 28th April.

Whitmore, and Mr. and Mrs. Taylor, B S. ; Ensign Shaw, 6th.-- English ship Waterloo, J. Cow, from Sydney 11th H. M. 31st ; Ensign Pustlethwaite, H. M. 26th; Mr. Hopkinson, March, and Madras 1st May.

cadet ; Mr. Oakes; Giabam, private 26th regt.– From Madras : 7th.-Eoglish barque Raj Ranee, J. A. Harding, from the Mau. W. R. White, Esg , H. M. 16th Lancers ; Capt. Shernan. ritias 9th March ; English barque Kyle, T. Fletcher, from Londou Per Waterloo, from New South Wales.- Mrs. Vicamy and 14th Deceilor.

child; Mrs. Rose ; Lieut. Vicamy, 4th N. I., and Rev. Mr.

Rose. 8th.--English ship Indian Oak, R. Rayne, from Port Louis 6th March, and Madras Ist May ; English schoner John Hepburne, u. c. s., and John P. Caulfield, cadet, ditto,

Per Kyle, from London : Dr. J. A. Dunbar, assist, surg. M.D. B. Robertson, from Moulmein 15th, and Rangoon 24th April. 9th.-Euglish ship Malcolm, J. Eyles, from London 19th De

Per Raj Ranee, from Port Louis ; Monsieur, Purdran. cember, and Madras 3d May: English barque Princess Vic. Per Indian Oak : Mrs. Rayne and child, and Misses Rayno toria, J. Lee, from London 27th August.

and Anna Clapperton. Ilth.- English barque Donna Carmelita, T. Poss, from the Per John Hepburne : Mr. A. Nicol, mariner, from Rangoon. Mauritius 121 March, and Point-de-Galle 1st May; English barque Per Malcolm, from London : Mrs. Malan, Mrs. Jos. Ouseley Eamont, N. Burtsal, from Moulmeia 21st April.

and Mrs. Longdon ; Misses Wall, Barlow, and A. Wilsou ; two 12th - English barque Mary, Munyard, from Hobart

Masters Malan; S, G. Malan, B. A. Professor, Bishop's College, Town 3d March,

Calcutta ; Messrs, F.T. Paterson, H. J. Edwards, E.S. Rey.

nolds, R. R. Mainwaring, and G. E. Ford, cadets - From Ma. 13th-English barque Edward, s, Morton, froin Portsmouth dras : Mrs. Ellerion; Capts, Birch and Martin, B. N. I., and 4th December, and Madras 9th May.

John Hall.

Per Mary, from Hobart Town : Mrs. Cafter and Mrs. Gor.

DEPARTIRES TROY CALCCTTA. dop ; Misses J. Gordon, C. Gordon, M. Gordon, L. Gordon, and G. Gordon ; E. Caster and A. Gordon, Esqrs ; Master F. Gor

May 20.-Lancier, Aubin, for the Mauritius, don; F. Webber Smith, lieut. H. M. 40th regt. ; Messrs. H Warwick, Thompson, and Fergusson.- Willmouth, from Portland

3d. --Rob Roy, J. McKinnon, for Singapore and China. Bay; and Louis, a servant.

9th.— Theresa, White, for China. Per Edword, from London : Miss L. Young, Mrs. Morton Provie, Nacuda, for Penang,

10th - Frederick Huth, J. Toby, for the Mauritins ; Sabandor and Mr. Kelly, steerage passenger. - Prom Madras : Miss Deal

13th-Wm. Gray, Bartoll, for Boston; Betscy, T. J. Per Forth, from Mauritius.-Wm. Barnhard, Esg., me chant,-suffield, and Sullina, J. Page, for Bombay. From Rangoon : Capt. Cowasjee Shoporjev,

15th. - Hooghly, Rawlins, for Bourbon. The Maltabangah. Accommodation vessel in tow of the 171h.-Cherebon Pucket, c. Kenrish, for Batavia. Thames, steamer, arrived at “ Lowvre," about 6 miles distant from the Jumua-ghaut, on the afternoon of the 9th inst.

20th.- Alfred, Thos. Jameson, for London.

Boats were immediately despatched by the agent to convey the cargu 21st.-Hintoo, John McGill, for Liverpool, and Nouvelle to Allababad.

Louise, Le Flock, for Havre.
List of passengers arrived at Allahabad : E. Watson, Esq 234.- Lady Clifford, R. Crainger, for London,
Lieuts. Fisher and Woollen, and Mr. Clise and 3 children.

24th.-Edward, J. It. Cheynee, for l'hiladelpbia. Per Larkins, from London --Mrs Fyler ; ('apt. Fyler, 16th

DEPARTURES OF PASSENGERS.
Lancers ; Messrs. Mills, Lockeit, and Smalpage, cadets ; and
Messrs. Milner, Bedford, and Ross -- From Jarras : Mrs. Wil

Per Waler Wilch, for China : Mrs. Regbell and A. A. De Mel. liamson

10, Esq i Miss Stafford ; Licats. Hungerford and Walker, H.C. artillery, and Mr. Winsor.

per (ou asjee Family, for Singapore and China : Mrs. Fear. Per Isabella, from London : Misses Isabella Morgan and son, Mrs. Lowis, and child en ; Captain Pearson, Lowis, Esq.; Sarah Masson ; Charles Morgan and John M. D. Masson, Esgrs. Captain Stavers, and air. Fraser. merchants ; and Wm. Rhodes, steerage passenger.

Per Robarts, for London : Mrs, an 1 Miss Shakespear, and to

chidren: Mr. and Mrs. Waiters and child; Mr. and Mrs. Peter Per Bolton, from England : Major Richard Benson, nth and 3 ci ildren; Mujor and Mrs. Baunilton ; Captain Bracken regt. B. NI; M. Gwynne, Thos F. Powell, and F.C Trower, and child ; Mr Bruce ; Mrs sivright ; Lieuts. Lamb and Otto cornets, H. M. 16th Lancers ; F. Crossman, R R. Bruce, ley; Messrs. Farmer and Fraser, and diaster Amos, Thos. W. Gordon, E Nepean, E. D. Vanrenen, A. J. Vanrenen, cadets ; Robt, Lyall, Esq., werebant, and Mr. William Young. Per Sultana, for Bumbay : Capt. White, Horse Artillery.

DOMESTIC OCCURRENCES.

BIRTHS.

At Renares, on the 4th May, the lady of A. K. Liudsay, Esq.,

Civil Surgeon, of a daughter. At Mittra, on the 6th April, the lady of Captain Free, both

At Chittagong, on the 6th May, the lady of Adam S. Annand, Light Cavaliy, of a daughter.

Esq., of the Civil Service, of a daughter. At Pultoopoor Factory, on the 9th April, the wife of Mr.

At the Residency, Hyderabad, on the 6th of May, the lady of Edward F. Greenway, of a son.

Major J A. More, of a daughter, which survived only a few hours At Bamunhar Factory, Tirhoot, on the 19th April, the lady of At Hingolee, on the 7th May, the lady of Capt. Edward RayasAJames Cosserat, Esq., of a son,

ford, of a son. At Dinapore, on the 22d of April, the lady of C. C. Fussell,

At Hazaree Baugh, on the 8th May, the lady of Lieutenant C. Esq., of Lollsiria Factory, Tirhoot, of a daughter.

B, P. Alcock, Bengal Engineer, of a son. At Patna, on the 27th of April, the lady of J. S. Dumergue, At Barrackpore, on the 14th May, ibe lady of Captain William Esq., Civil Service, of a daughter.

Alexander Troup, of the 15th Regiment Native Inf ry, of a son

and heir. In Foit William, on the 29th April, the lady of Major Mountain, Cameronions, of a daughter.

At Calcutta, on the night of tbe 12th May, the lady of J. A.

l'aris, Esq., of a son. At Chandernagore, on Sunday the 29th April, the wife of Mr. W. Wilson, Schoolmaster, of a daughter.

At Calcntta on the 13th May, Mrs. P. K. Elphinstone, of a son. At Calcutta, on the 20 May, Mrs. J. L Carrau, of a son.

At Chowringbee on the 16th May, the lady of J. P. Grant, Esq.,

of a daughter. At Calcutta, on the 4th May, the lady of F. J. Halliday, Esq. of a daughter.

At Landour, od the 8th May, the lady of W. J. Conolly, Esq.

Civil Service, of a daughter.
At Monghyr, on the 28th April, the lady of George Battye,
Esq. of a son.

At Delhi, on the 11th May, the lady of Lieutenant Colone
At Ghazeepore, on the 28th April, the lady of Lieutenant T. Moseley, commanling the 35th regiment, of a son.
A, Souter, of Her Majesty's 41th Regiment, of a daughter.

At Arrah, on the 12th May, the lady of C, D. Wilkins, Esq., of

lie Civil Service, of a daughter. At Meernt, on the 30th April, at the residence of W. H. Ben son, Esq., the lady of Captain T. A. Scott, 38th Regiment Native

At Jamaulpore, on the 14th May, the lady of Captain Carleton, Infantry, of a son,

36th Regiment Native Tufantry, ol a son. At Benares, on the 1st May, at the residence of G. Manwaring. At Nessindpore Factory, Jessore, on the 15th May, the lady of Esq., the lady of A. P. Currie, Fsq., Civil Service, of a daughier, P. Durand, Esq., osa sou,

At Calcutta, on the 6th May, the lady of A. D. Kemp, Esq. At Calcutta, on the 19th May, Mrs James Eede, of a daughter. Attorney at Law, of a son.

At Calcutta, on the 21st May, at the Ballygunge Tannery, Mrs. At Calcutta, on the 6th May, Mrs. R. Z. Shircore of a daughter. W. Scott, of a son. At Calcutta, on the lith May, Mrs. W. Greenway, of a son. At Calcutta, on the 220 May, Mrs. C. Lefever, of a son.

At Musoorie, on the 30th April, the lady of Captain Thomas At Calcutta, on Wednesday, the 230 May, the wife of Mr. P. Roberts, lovalid Establishment, of a son.

Swaris, of a son. At Penang, on the 20th of March, the wise of Mr. Sub-Conduc- At Chowringhee, on the 24th May, the lady of William Mackentor M. Connor, of a son.

zie, Esq., of a daughter, At Simla, on the 2d may, the lady of J. Tbomason, Esq., Civil

MARRIAGES. Service, of a son,

At St. Peter's Church, on Thursday, the 26th April, by the At Bnvar, on the 4th May, the lady of A. Matthews, Esq., of a Reverend W. 0. Ruspini, M. A., mr R. Norris, an Assistant daughter,

in the Sudder Dewanny Adawlut, to Mrs. C. Steward.

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