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No. 93.f 1339 - The flon the Presiilent in Council is pleased Francis Hardwick Warren, Lady. Rames, sailed 180. Febru: to rescind the existing regulations for the supply of the equipary 1938. metits prescribed or remount-borses, in general orders of the 311 Frederick Turuer Wroughton, ditto, ditto. August 1891, and in lieu thereof to direct that in future the pro. William Fraser, Lisander, nailed 21st Powrnary 1833. vision and repair of sach equipments, together with the supply of William Louis Vushirita Bishop, dito, ditto. medicines, mussntial, shoewg, &c. shall be rested in the commis- To rank from the date of the sailing from Portsmouth of the sariat department.

ship by which he procee ted. Superint "udents or officers in charge of studs will, at as early Jobn James Macdouald, Laily Rames, sailed 18th February a period as possible in erery year,apprize the deput commissary 1888, general, of the number of horses 1.kely to be passed into the ser.

(Signed) PHILIP MELVILL, vice at their respective studs by the next ensuiag cumiuilice,

Sec. Mil Dept. and that officer will on receiving such intimation take measures East India House, 28th February 1838. to have the equipmeuts prepared and ready on the spot. for the

(1 true cop!) use of the horses when they are delivered over to the officer re.

JAMES C. MELVILL, ceiving charge of them.

Secreiary.

East India House, Landin, lhe 31 March 133, These equipments are not to be of an expensive description,

N, 2 of 138. but to be suficiently goud to serve during the march of the

List of Rank of Assistant Surgeons for Bengal. horses to their corps, i beu they will of course be suppiied with

To rank (om the date of the sailing from Gravesend of the the appoinments of the horses they replace, as wanting to com shis by which they proceeded, and in the following "ider siz, plete ; wheu horses may be supermumerary, appointinents for

Richid William Faitbful, La Belle Al ance, sailed 10th Fe. then will be provided by the commissariat ou regular indents

bruary 1838. prepared by officers commandiug corps.

Edinund Boult, Abberlon, sailed 11th February 1933. J STUART, Lieut. Col. flenry Charles Eddy, Luly Rames, sailed 18th February 1838. ofg. Sec. to the Guvt. of Ixodiu Hil. Dept. Memo.-Nr. Egerton Baines having returged to this country

to complete his appointment, is to be struck out of the list of

rank No. I otis 37. ECCLESIASTICAL

Luke Kelly, o. baving been appointed an assistant surgeon Pursuant to publlc notice, at the ordination held by the Right to Her Majesty's inces. bis name is to be struck out of the Reve: end the Lord Bishop, at the Catedral on Sunday, the teulb list of rauk No. 1 of 1937. instant, bring I'rinity Sunday.

(Signed) PHILIP MELVILL, The llev. Saloman Casas Molan, B. A., of Saint Edmond's

Sec. Vil Dept. Hall. Oxrosd, l'rofes or of Bishop's college, was ordined Dea. con to whom the Lord Bishop has since grantes his License to East India House 28th February, 1838. Oiticiate at the Collegiate Chapel of Bishop's College.

(A True (ops) The Lord Bishop has also licenced the Rev. Jurnes Bawyer,

(Signed) to officiate as missionary minister at Howrah, ia the archdeacou.

JAMES C. MELVILL.

Secretary ry and diocese of Calcotta.

East India House, London, the 3d March, 1833. By or er of the Lord Bishop, dated at calcutta this 19th day of June, 1838. W, A ABBOTT,

No. 96 of 18.34,-The Hon. the President in Council is pleased Registrar and Secretary. to make the following promotions and aiteration of raok :

16th regiment nat ve lutantry.- Lieutenant Edward Rowland Fort William, 18th June, 138.-No 91 of 131.-The Hou Maia wajing to be captain of a company, and Ensign Frederick The President in Council is pleased to direct, that tae following Benuard Dos;anquet to be lieutenant, from the 20th February 1839 extract of a military letier fron the Hors. the Court of Directors * •uccession lo Caplain Cortiand Skinner Barberie, retired. to the Governor of Bengal, No. 38, da.ed fotb April 1838, be 46th regiment nauve ioinntry:-taplain William Bollon Gir. published in general orders :

Alestone to be majer, Lieutenant Hinry Walker Burl to be cap. • Pain. 20. In our military letter to Bonibay, of the toth April lain of a company, and Ensign Richard Atheluston Herbert to be 1434, (NO 13) Para. 5. We stated, th t we would convey to jou lieutenant, from the ist Marta 1838, in succession to Major our reply to the moorial of Major Moore, the deputy military Alexauder Horsburgh, retired. auditor general at that presidency, relating to his claim 10 sú

47th regiment native infantry-Lieutenant and revet Captain perior house rent or regroental tentage, Aud we take the present Charles Bolton to be captain of a company, vice Captain and opportunity of fulfilling that in:entiva.

Brevet Major Benjamin Blake, deceased, with rank from the 15th 21 We learn fruins that memorial and its accompanying pro- April 1935, vite Captain Henry Tilmau Raban, deceased. ceedings that three different systeins obtain in respect to the Ensigu Arthur Henry Cole Sewell to be lieutenant, vico house rent or bouse.reut ani jeunge, of the staff officers statiog. Licuteuant and Brevet Captain Charles Boulton, promoted with ed at the capitais of each of the three presidencies, Tuese sta rank from the lath #pil 1935, vive Lieutenant James George tioned at Nadras draw regimental tentnge ant regingental bouse. Brown Patoa, deceased rrut, whilst those at Calcutta aud Bombay draw no tentagr bot

N. B. The rank of captain, by brevet, assigned to Lieutenant those at Calcutta receive a superior rate of house-rent, and those Charles Boulton, iu gruerat orders, No. 80, of the 25th altimo, at Bombay arow house-reut according to regimentai rank.

is cancelled. 22. The Bengal system was established on the principle of

Medical Department.--Assistant Surgeon William Stevenson, giving to statlofticers at the presidency bouse reut exceeding 1. D. (junior) to be surgeen, from ile 5tla April 1833, rice by 30 per cent. ibe rates previously drawn by them. This prin Surgeon Thoinas Stoddait retired. ciule received our sanction, and we now diruct that it be extend ed to the stat pflicers stationed, at the capitals of the three pre.

47th regiment native infantıy.--Captain G. C. Armstrong, to sidencies.

runk froin 12th March, 1433, vice B Biake, deceased.

Lieutenant A. G Reid, dittu 12h. March, 1838, ditto 0. C. 23 In our letter to Bombay of the 20 May 1827, we directeil

Armstrong, proipoteu. that others bolding stationary staff appointmeals should not be

Lieutenant R. Henny, ditto 15th April, 1838, litto C. Bolton, allowed to draw lentage; that bemg bullowance intended

proinoted. 80 ely to cover the expense of providing lents and teni-carriage to which such oilicers were no liable. This order ist» bot yet been is promoted to the rank of captain, by brevet, from the 2914

Lieutenant Gevrge Salter, of the 4th regiment native infantry, extended to Madras , but we now desire "that it may be made Julie 1838. appli able to that presjuency also."

Lieutenant William Cumberland, of the 11th regiment watire fort William, 25th June, 1838 No. 95 of 1838.-The follow. infantry, has returued to his duty on this establishment, with. iog ints of rack of cadets of infantry, and of assistant surgeons out prejudice to bis rank, by permission of the Hon. Ide Court appointed for the Beugil presidency, are published for general of Directors. Date of arrivals at Fort William, 21st June. 1818. information :

The undeumeurioned gentlemen are admitted into the service in No. 2 of 1838.

conformity with their appointment by the Hon. the Court of List of Rank of Cariels for the Bengal Infantry. Directors, as cadels of infantry, on this establishment, apu pro: To rank from the date of sailing from Gravesent of the ships moted to the rank of ensign, leaving the daies of their commis. by wbich they proceeded, and in the following order, yiz. sions for future adjustment.

Ellward Leith, Duke of Northumberland, sailed ith Janu- lofantry. - Messrs. William Louis Mosheim Bishop; William ary 1838.

Fraser, and Robert Campbell, date of arrival at Port William, Francis James Smalyage, Larkins, sailed 11th January 1838. 21st June 1838. Arthnr Samael Milie, dito, ditto.

air. Kobert Charles Stevenson, ditto 22d ditto Angsslas Jacob Vanrenen, Bullon, sailed 14th Janúary 1838. Thomas Wilkinson Gordon, ditto, ditto.

No.97 of 1838.-Leiutenant John Laughton, of the corps of Evan Philip Tulgiman Nepean, ditio, ditto.

engincers, is appointed to survey and improve the road from Gume weicer Brodie, abberton, sailed 11th February 1838. Cachas to Mumipore, under the direction of Lientenant Guibrie,

To rank from the date of the transnission by the overland vice Lientenant' J. O. Allardyce, whose state of health compels mail of the paragraph announcing his appointment.

him to give up the appointment. Lieutenant Laughton is dircet. James Copulad Wollen, (abroad) 7th February 1838.

ed to join the stb company of sappers and minors at Luckiporo. To rąuk frown ibe date of the sailing from Gravesend of the The undermentioned indiaiduals are appointed overseers in ships by which they proceeded, and in the folluwiny order, viz. I the department of publice works, on the salaries allwed for that the 39th to the 15th regiment native infantry, as junior of his raok. '60th regiment natire infantry.-Captain C, Cox, from 3d Janu. Headquarters, Simla, 23d May, 1838. The Agrå garrison ary to 3d July, to visit Hussingabed, on private affairs.

ALTERATION OF RASA.

rank fo fill existing vacancies and are placed at the disposal of Jobo Barker, James Price, Williain Jonson, Hộnry Lasceller the superintending engineer, lower provinces.

R biuson, George Matthews, William John Cash, George Wila Juggut Doolub Mujoornlar.

liara Hiyward, John Hopper, Joseph Passos, George Cawood, Corporal D. Rattray, of the Hon: Company's European Jobn Richard Higgins, Peter Pariby Blaney, and Jobn Tiernes. regiment.

After thesr youths sball have served six months in any Earos Assistant overseer W. Nicoll, is removed from the depart pean hospital, special reports of their talents and acquire. ment of public works,

ments are to be inade to head quarters by the superintending sor.

geou of the ditision in which they may be employed ; And should BY THE GOVERNOR GENERAL.

it appear that any of them are not likely to become eticien: M. bordinate midicul attendants, such individuals as may he so con

sidered will either be discharged tbr serviee, or disposed of as his Simlo. 15ih May, 1838. T'he following appointment was made Excellency the Commander-in-Chief may berealier de termine. in the political department, ander dute thr noch instant :

This is to be distinctly explained to the apprentices on their Assistant surgeon W. Brydon, of the 4th light cavalry, to the medical charge of the 24 regionout nalive infantry, in me Oude joining an bospital. auxiliary force, vice assistant surgeon H. Teylor, whose ap. Head quarters, Sim'a, May 21, 1838 – The Benares divisjon pointment is cancelled at his own request.

order of the sth instant, directing assistant Apothecary W. G. Simla, the 23d Jay, 1838. -The following appointment was Carrison, Attached to the artillery bospital at Beniarrs, to join and made on the 21st instant, in the political department :

da duty with Her Majesty's 48h regiment, is confirmed, Mr. Assista..t Surgeon M. M. Rind, of 681 regiment native The Cawnpore divisjon onder of the 11th instant, directing gug. infantry, to the medical charge of the political axency at Mund. Der Elias Lovegrove, of the 4th company Sth battalion of artille. laisir, vice, assistant surgeon A w, Nicart, promoted.

ry, to proceed to Allababnd, for the purpose of being employert as Simla, 5th June, 1933 - Lieuteaant J. R Lumley, of the 9th a labouralory man in the magazine at that station, is confirmed. regiment native infantry, has been placed in the po'itical depart. The leave of absence granted to Ensigt A. Campbell, of ibe medt, at the disposal of bis Excellency ttie ('ommander-in-Chier.

58th regiment oative iufantry, in general orders of the 4th insant, In continution of general orders dat d camp. Merrut, 9th ofis caacelled at his request February last, the Right Hon. the Governor General has much The undermentioned officers have leave of absence .. p'easure in publi-bing the unde mentioned names of forty eight 3d regiment light cavalry.--Lieutenant colouel A. Warde, native officers of the Bengal establishment, wbo bave been select from 15th May to 1st January 18,9, to visit the bills, north of ed for admission, from the 1st May 1857, into the second class Deyrah, of midical certificate. of the “ order of British India," with the title of " Babadoor." 251h regiment native iplantry: -Captain J. D. Kennedy, from

2. The names of two more officers, to complete the number 25th June to 18 November, to visit Cawnpore, on pritatc affairs. to fifty, will be published hereafter,

34th regiment native infantry.- Ensign c. H Wake, from ad Gun lascars, 2d battalion artillery, subadar Ramjaun; ditto, July to 31st January 1839, to visit Allahabad and the presidency 3d ditto, subadar Curreeine ; ditto, itb ditto, sabadar Berriow preparatory to applying for furlough. Khan; ditto, 5th dito, suba dar Et warrie; ditto, 18t ditto, je orih regiment native infantry-Lieutenant S. Nation, from medar Mungloo, :d light cavalry, subadar major Shaick Hussun 1st July to 30th October, to visit Agra, on private affairs. Allik ; 3d uitto, subadar Shaick Enag Bur; 3d ditto, subadar Nudjoo than ; 5th dit o, subadar major Mirza "Monour Bes: Mackenzie, from Bth May to 5th June, iu extention, to remain

Right wing European regiment.-Lieutenant colovel W. G. 6th ditto, subadar major Sahil Sing ; sth ditto. subadar Amerr at the presidency, on nredical certifcate. Sing : 9th uillo, subadar Meer Yacoub Ali ; 10th ditto, suba.

By order of His Excellency the Commander in Chief dar major Basee Sing ; fith native infantry, subadar Pulisou Sing; 8th ditto, subadar major Luchman Sing i 11th ditto,

Headquarters, Simla, 230 May 1833.-The following remor. srbajar major Shaick Ead Allie : Inih ditto, sabadar major als and postings will take place iu the regiment of artillery : Rampersaud Pandy ; 15th ditt., subadar Movtee Missur ; 18th Colonel J. P. Boileau, (now promotion) to the 3d brigade hørse ditto, sobadar Gunga persaud ; 19 h ditto, subada: major Seetit artillery. Sing : 20th ditto, su badar major Hambukus-Sing ; 21st ditto, Lirutegant Colonel G: Everest, (new promotion, and on staff subadur Mrerwnund Sing ; 2211 ditto, subadar Shtkh Chaund; employ) to the 3d brigade borse artillery. 28th ditto, subadar major Jewloil Doobey ; 32d ditto, subadar

Major T. Timbrell, (new promotion, and on staff employ) te major Kultyau Şing ; 330 ditto, sn badar Hampe wan Sing ; 34th the 7ih battaling. ditto, subadar major Ramjevn Khau ; 36th ditto, subadar major. Captain R Roberts, (on furlough) from the 4th company 34 Rosbuu Khan ; 424 ditta, subadar Byjoo Sing ; 430 ditto, su. battalion to the 4th troop 2d brigade horse artiflery. badar Bhooudoo ding; 44th ditto, subadar major Allaud Sing ; Captain A. P. Hughes, (on leave to the Cape) from the 1st 45th ditto, suba dar major Dranb Khan ; 1710 ditt, suhadar Company 4th battalion to the 1st company 18t battalion. major Ramgolam A inhotree; 48th ditto, subalar major Chope Tewary : 59th uitto, subadar major Shaick Kadar Bux; 56th 3d company 5th battalion.

Captain E. P. Day, from the 1st comyány Ist battalion to the dito, subadar major Myce Sing; 57th ditto, subadar Hoola- Captain É Brind, (new promotion) to the 1st company 4th batOustbee ; 59th dittó, subadar Major Shaick Kadur Allie ; 601b

talion. ditto, subadar major Mirza Hussein Ullee ; 624 ditta, su badar

Ist Liedtenant J. Ahbott, (on staff employ) froro the 3d, com Ruttun Sing ; 634 ditto, subadar major Badul Klau ; 64th ditto, subaylar major Sewdeea Sing ; 65h ditto, subadar Mungon pang ist tatialion to the 4th company Zá battalion, Txkoor : 70th ditto, subadar Shaick Khan Mahomed : 730 ditto: 1st brigade horse artiliery to the ?u company yd battalion.

181 Lieutenant E. Buckle, (on staff employ) from the 1st troop subadar Adheen Pandee; 2d local horse, ressaldar Mirza Fazil

Ist Lieutenant K. J. White, (on fnrlough) from the 2d comBeg: 3d ditto, ressaldar Gholam Mabomed Kuan ; 5th Ressaldar

pany Ist battalion to the 3d company nih battalion. Robeen Alli Kban.

Ist Lieutenant W.K. Waruer, (new promotiou) to the 1st com.
WN. CASEMENT, M. G.

pany 6th battaliop.
Sec, to the Govt of India
Mily Dept. with the Rt. Hun, the Govr. Geul. brigade borse artillery.

Ist Lieutenant C. Steward, (new promotion) to toe ist troop ist

1st Lieutenant C. Boulton (now promotion) to the lib comBY THE COMMANDER IN CHIEF.

pauy 7th battalion.

2. Lleutenant T.J. W. Hongerford, (on furlough) from Ibe

3d company 7th battalion to the 3d company Ist battalion. Head-quarters, Simla, 17th May 1938.-" he Benares divi.

2d Lieutenant J Eliot, (brought ou the effective strengbt) to sion order of the 26th ultimo, directing all reports of the division the ist company 4th battalion. to be made to Colonel J. Shelton, o Her Majesty's 41th foot, 2d Lieutenant J. Mill, (brought on effoctive strength) to the 1st consequent on the demise of major general G. Browu, C. B. is company ist battalion. coufirmed.

20 Lieutenant H Lewis (brought on the strength) to to th Drummer Charles Allen, of the 48th, is transferred to the 13th coinpany Ist battalion. regiment of native infantry, and directed to be sent to join.

Ensign T. E. Ogilvie is, at his own request, transferred from The undermentioned officers have leave of absajice :

and station order of the 12th instant, placing the services of bespi: 48th regiment native infantry --Captain D. Sheriff, froin 29th talapprentice William Henry Johnstone, doing dury in the ar. February to 29th August, to remain at the presideucy,ou medi. tillery bospital, at the disposal of the civil surgeon at Agra, in the cal certificate.

room of hospital apprentice E. Ensor, is confirmed. Head-quarters, Simlah, 18th May, 1838.-Lientenant S. J. Bombardier John Hugh O'Neil, of the 2d company 3d battalion Saunders, of the 41st reximent native infantry, and Ensign F. B. of artillery, is promoted to sergeant, and transferred to the town Bosanquet, of the 19th native infantıy, are appointed to do duty major's list, ror the purpose of filliug an existing vacancy in the with the Hurrianah light infantry battalion.

non-commissioned state of the garrison of Fort William; Ensiga Heary Nicoll, of the 47th regiment pative infantry, is By order of His Excellency the Commander in-Chief, appointed to do daty with the Ramgarh light infantry battalion. Head-quarters, Simla, 24th May, 1838. - The Bansi station

Hospital apprentice J B. Hanly, is discharged from the ser order of the 15th instadt, appointing ensign F. B. Bosangget to vice, at his own request.

act as station staff, during the absence, on leare, of lieutenant, The following individuals are appointed hospital apprentices, Colebrooke, or until further orders, is confirmed. to fill existing vacancies in the subordinate medical department, The undermeutioned officers bave leare of absence : and direcied to report themselves within two months from this daje, to the nearest superintending surgeon :

5th regiment native infantry.--Lieutenant R. Dow901, from Ist June to ist September, to visit Calcutta, on private affairs.

70th regiment natire infantry.-Lieut. and brevet captain signs, lately admitted into the service, to join and to duty with E. J. Betts, from 1st May to Ist Jaune, to remain at Cherra Poon the corps specitied opposite their names, is confirined: jee, on medical certificate.

Ensign G. E. Ford, with the 58th regiment native infantry, at Subordinate medical department - Hospital steward W. Priest. Barrackpore. Joy, H. M 49th fout, from 1st Jane to 30th September, to proceed Ensign FT. Paterson, with the 66th regiment native iufantry, on the river.

at Barrackpore. Head-quarters, Simla, 25th May.-The presidency division Ensign c. S. Reynolds, with the 65th regiment native infantry, order of the 10tb instant, appointing Ensign H Hopkinson, reat Barrackpore. cently adinitted to ine service, to do duty with the 15tb regiment Ensign R. R. Mainwaring, with the 18th regiment native native infantry at Barrackpore, is confirmed.

infantry, at Secrole, Benares The Agra garrison and station order duted the 26th March last, Ensign H J. Edwards, with the 15th regiment Dative infantry, directing the provision of two extra doolies, with barers, for the at Barrackpore. removal, to their respective bospitals, of inen on duty in the fort, Ensigu J. P. Citulfleld, with the 56th regiment native infantry, who may be attacked with cholera, is confirmed.

at Berbampore. Assistant surgeon J. A Staig, at present doing daty with the The uodermrptioned officer has leave of absence : troops in Arracan, is posted to the Arracan local battalion, of sd local horse-Captain G. A. Barber, 2d in command, from which he will roceive medical charge.

30th November 1937 to 4th Irecenuber 1837, in estension, to Sergeants Henry Read, of the isi company 5th battalion and cuable hiin to join. Thomas Wallace, of the 4th company 3d battalion of artillery, are

By order of His Excellency the Commander.in. Chief, transferred to the town major's list, and appointed quarter mas Head-quvriers, Simla, 'th June, 1838.-The following remor. ter sergeants, the former to the 5th regiment of native infantry al als and postings will take place in the regiment of artillery : Secrole, Benares, vice Dalton transferred to the Nusseree batta. 1st Lieutenant E P. Master, from the 1st compàuy 2d battation lion, and the latter to the 48th regiment of native ivfantry at Delbi, to the 2d company Ist battalion. vice murphy appointed sergeant major to the 3stb tegiment. 181 Lirat-nant K. d. White, con furlough) from the 34 company

Sergeant James Hunt, of the European regiment, is transferred 7th lattalion to the 8th company 4th battalion. to the town major's list, and appointed quarter master sergeant Int Lieutenant 1. Smith, from the 4th company 4th ba:talion to the bith regiment of native infantry at Dinapore, vice Malou

to the 1st company 211 battalion appointed sergeant major to the 65th Dative infantry.

Major ), Barclay, of the invalid establishment, is permitted to By order of His Excellency the Cominander in Chief.

reside in the hills nrth of Deyrah, and to draw bis pay and allow. Head-quariers, Simlah, 26th Nay 1838.--Ist lieutenant F. A:

ances from the Meerut pay office.

The leave of absence granted in general orders of the 5th ultia Miles, interpreter and quarter master to the 7th battalion of artil. lery, is removed in that situation to the oth battalion vice Mowalt

mo, to Lientenant G. Poit, interpreter and qnarter master of tbe promoted.

34 regiment of antire infantry, is cadrelled at his request

.

Assistant Surgeon W. J. Locb, now doing duty with the 4 Ist lieutenant J, H. Campbell, of the 1st company 3d balta regiment of native infantry, is directed to proceed to Allahabad, lion, is appointed interpreter and quarter master to the 7th batta and to afford medical aid to the 69th regimeut of native infantry. lioni, vice Miles removed to the och battalion.

By order of His Excellency the Commander-in-Chief, Lieutenant Miles will continne with the 7th battalion, until re

Head quarters, Simla, 8th June 1938.-Whenever a casualty lieved by lieuteant Campbell,

Ist Lieutonant A M Seppings, of the arillery, now doing duty occurs of a nature oficer (whether of the effective branch of the with the Assau ligbe infantry battalion, is permitted, at his own service, or on the iovalid establishment,) holding rank in either the request, to rejoin his regiment.

Ist ar 2d class of the order of British India, the same is to be imAssistant surgeon Henry Taylor is posted 10 the 33dregiment mediately reported to the adjataut general of the army, for the datire infantry at Jubbulpore, and Jirected to join.

information of his Excellency the Commander-in-Chief The permission granted in general orders of the 5th March

His Excellency the Commander-in-Chief is pleased to make the

following anpointment : last, to conductor R Sault, of the invalid pension establishment to reside and draw his stipend at Agra, is cancelled at his request

Nih regiment light cavalry.-Lieutenant George Murray, to Drum major George Flyun, of the pension establishment, is,

be adjutant, vice joore, who is permitted to resign the appoint.

ment, with the sanction of Goverument, transferred to the veteran coin pany at Chupar, on bis present pay and allowances,

The genrral oriler of the 18th ultimo, appointing Ensign H. The under mentioned officers buve leave of absence :

Nicoll, of the 60tb regiment native infantry, to do duty with the 51st regimeut native infautry.-Major J. Trelawny, from Rainghur light infantry battalion, is cancelled at his request.

The undermentioned officer has leave of absence : 20th June to 20th October, to visit the presidency, on private affairs.

3d company 20 battalion artillery. 2d Lieutenant T. Brough. 70th regiment dative infantry.-Lieut. C. L. Edwards, do. ham, from 1st June to 1st November, to proceed to the hills, ing duty with the Arracan local battalion, froin 8th March to north of Deyrh, ou medical certificate. 8th June, on medical certificate, to visit the presidency.

By order of His Excellcacy the Commander-in-Chief, By order of His Excellency the Cominauder in Chief,

J K LUMLEY, Major General, Head quarters, Simia, 301h May, 1838. - His Excelledcy the

Adjutant General of the Army. Commander in Chief is pleased to make ibe following remorals and postings of field officers :

Lieutenant-colonel H, L. White, on furlongh, from the 36th GENERAL ORDERS TO THE QUEEN'S TROOPS. to the 67th regiment of native infantry.

Lieutenant colonel W.O, Mackenzie, proceeding on Pirlongh from the right wing European regiment to the 86th regiment of native infantry.

Head quarters. Simla, 17th May, 1838,-No. 128 - Her Mai Lieutenagt-colonel R. Chalmers, from the 67th to the right jesty has been pleased to make lhe following promotions and ap. wing of the european regiment.

pointments in the regimenis serving in India. The under mentioned officers have leare of absence :

3911 Foot.-Captain Horativ Walpole to be Major, by purchase 35th regiment native iofantry. Ensiyn C. H. Jenkins, from vice Symth, who retires, 17th November, 1:37. 30th May to 30th November, to proceed to Mussoorie, on medical Lientenant Robert Spencer Boland to be caplaid by purchase certificate.

vice Walpole, 17th November, 1837. 60th regiment paitre infantry. -Ensiga A. B. Fenwick, from Cancels his promotion Ensign Edward Croker to be lieute. 9tb December 1837 10 7th June, tu reunain at the presidecy, on vice Lesley retired. nant, by purchase, vice Boland, 17th medical certificate.

November 1837. Headquarters, Simla, 31st May, 1839—The Agra garrison and George Einlay, gent. to be ensigo, by purchase, vice Croker atation order of the 18th instant, appointing corporal A. Blakeley 17th November, 1837. of the European regiment, to act as church clerk, during the ab 441h Foot.-Ensign Robert Stuart to be Lieutenant, without sence of sergeant Rivett, is confirmed.

purchase, vice Hallhide deceased, "11th June, 1837. Ensign W.E. Mulcaster, of the 28th,is, at his own request, re Ensign Augustus Hallifax Ferryman, to bej lieutenant, with moved to the 64th regiment native infantry, as junior of bis rapk out purchase, vice Hadfield appointed to the 3d light dragoops, The underinentioned officers have leave of absence.

30th June, 1837. 30th regiment native icfantry-Captain T. McSherry, from 1st Gentleman cadet, Henry Cadett, from the Royal Military Col. June to 15th November, to visit Nusseerabad, on private affairs. lege, to be ensign, vice Ferryman, 28th November, 1837.

46th regiment native infantry-Captain W. T. Savary, from 57th Foot-Gentlewan Cadet John Abmaty, from the Royal 15th May to 15th November, on medical certificate, to visit the Military College, to be ensigo, without purchase, vice Morgan presidency, preparatory to submitting an application for leave to daceased; 17th November, 1837. proceed to sea.

620 Foot. - Lieutenant Valentine Langmead Lewes to be cap. By order of His Excellency the Commander in Chief. tain, by purchase, vice Gwynne, who retires, 28th November 1837. Head quarters, simla, 1st June, 1838.-Assistant Surgeon J. Cancels his promotion Ensigo John Grant to be lieutenant, J. Boswell, on furlough, is removed from the 32d to the 3d revice Buchanan.

by purchase, vice Lewes, 28th Novemgiment of native infantry.

ber 1-37. Assistant Surgeon T, W. Wilson, M. D., who was placed at the Charles Young, gent, to be Ensigo, by purchase, vice Grant, disposal of the Commander-in-Chief, in Governmeul general or. 28th November 1897. ders, No 71, of the 14th ultimo, is posted to the 32d regiment of The commander in chief has been pleased to make the follownative infantry at Dacca.

ing promotion untill Her Majesty's pleasure sball bo know : Head quarters, Simla, 3d June, 1838 - The presidency divi. 62d foot.-Ensign Arthur M. Herbert to be lieutenant, with sion order of the loth ultimo, directing the undermentioned En. out purchase. Tico Buchanan promoted, 15th May 1838.

manik po 611 existing racancies and are placed at the disposal of Jobo Barker, James Price, Willinin Jonson, Henry Lasceller Che superintei ding engineer, lower provinces.

R biuson, George Matthews, William Joba Gash, George Wild Juggut Doolub Mujoonn.lar.

liam Haywa dl, John Hopper, Joseph Passos, George Cawood, Corporal D. Rattray, of the Hon. Company's European Jobn Richard Biggins, Peter Pariby Blaney, and dobn Tierney. regiment,

After these youths shall have served six months in any Earoc Assistant overseer W. Nicoll, is removed from the depart pean hospital, special reports of their talents and acquire. ment of public works.

ments are to be maile to head quarters by the superintending sur

geou of the difision in which they may be employed; and should BY THE GOVERNOR GENERAL.

it appear that any of them are not likely to become efficient su. bordinate midical attındants, such individuals as may be so con

sidered will either be discharged tbr service, or disposed of as his Simla, 15ih May, 1838. The following appointment was made Excellency the Commander-in-Chief may bereafter de termjue. in the political department, ander dute the 10th instant :

This is to be distinctly explained to the apprentices on their Assistant surgeon W. Brydon, of the 4th light cavalry, to the medical charge of the 24 regiment native infantry, in the Oude joining an bospital. auxiliary force, vice assistant surgeon H. Teylor, whose ap. order on the oth instant, directing assistant Apothecary W.C.

Head quarters, Sim'a, May 21, 1839 – The Benares division Simla, the 23d May, 1838 - The following appointment was Carrison, nitached to the artillery bospital at Benarus, to join and made on the 21st instant, in the political department :

de duty with Her Majesty's 48h regiment, is contirmed. Mr. Assistant Surgeon P. M. Rind, of 681 regtinent native The Cawnpore division order of the 11th instant, directing pun. infantry, to the medical charge of the political axency al Mund. Der Elias Lovegrove, of the 4th company 5th hattalion of Arlille: laisir, vice, assistant surgeon A W. leart, promoted.

ry, to proceed to Allahabad, for the purpose of briog employeil as Sinla, 5th June, 183, Lieutenant L. R Lumley, of the 9th a labouratory man in the magazine at that station, is contirmed. regiment nalive infaptry, has been placed in the political depart. The leave of absence granted to Ensigtr A. Campbell, of Ibe mene, at the disposal of bis Excellency thie ('ommander-in-Chief. 58th regiment native infantry, in general orders of Ibu Ath in sant),

In coutinntion of general orders dats al camp. Meerut, 9th of is caacelled at his request February last, the Right Hon. the Governor General bas much The ndermentioned offieers bare leave of absence : p'easure in publi-bing the unde mentioned names of forty eight 3d r'rgiment light cavalry.--Lieutenant colonel A. Warde, native officers of the Beogal establishment, wbo have been select from 15th May to Ist January 18.9, to visit the bills, north of ed for admission, from the 1st May 1857, into the second class Deyrah, of midical certificate. of the order of Britiah india," with the title of Babadoor.” 25th regiment native ipfantryCaptain J. D. Kepnedy, from

2. The names of two more oflicers, to complete the number 25th June to 1st November, lo visit Cawn pore, on private affairs. to fifty, will be published bereafter.

34th regiment rative infantry.- Ensign c. H Wake, from 2d Gua lascars, 2d battalion artillery, subadar Ramjaan; ditto, July to 31st January 1839, to visit Allahabad and the presidepcy 3d ditto, subadar Curreemne ; ditlo, ttb ditto, subadar Berriow preparatory to applying for furlough, Khan ; ditto, 5th disto, suba dar Et warrie; ditto, ist ditto, je. oxid regiment native infantry.- Lieutenant S. Nation, from medar Mungloo, 9d light cavalry, subadar major Shaick Hussun ist July 10 30th October, to visit Agra, on private affairs. Allik ; 3d ditto, sabadar Shaick Emau Bus ; 3d ditto, sabadur Nedjoo than ; 5th dit o, subadar major Mirza Munour Bes: Mackenzie, from 6th May to 6th Juno, iu extention, to remain

Right wing European regiment.--Lieutenant colonel W. G. 6th ditto, subadar major Sahih "Sing : 8th ditto. subadar Ameer at the presidency, on nredical certificate. Sing; 9th dillo, subadar Meer Yacoub Alli ; t0th ditto, suba.

By order or His Excellency the Commander in Chief dar major Busce Sing ; Gith native infantry, subadar Palison Sing; 8th Ditto, sobadar major Luchman Sing: Ilth ditto, Head quarters, Simla, 232 May 1533,- The following remov. srbajar major Shaick End Allie : 11h ditto, sabadar major als and postings will take place in the regiment of artillery : Rampersaud Pandy ; 15th ditt., subadar Mootee Missur ; 18th Colouel J. P. Boileau, (new promotion) to the 3d brigade horse ditto, sabadar Gunga persaud : 19 h ditto, suhadar major Seetill artillery. Sing : 20th ditto, subadar major Hambukus Sing Ist ditto, Lirutenant Colonel G: Everest, (new promotion, and on staff subader Meerwaund Sing ; 22.1 ditto, subadar Shekh Chaund ; employ) to the 3d brigade borge artillery. 28th ditto, subadar major Jewloul Doobey ; 3rd ditto, subadar

Majur T. Timbrell, (new promotion, and on staf employ) to major Kullyau Sing ; 3.3d ditto, subadar Rampe wan Sing ; 340h the 7ih battalion. ditto, subadar major Ramjevn Khau ; 36th ditto, subadar major. Captain R Roberts. (on furlough) from the 41b company 3d Koshuu Khan ; 424 ditta, sabadar Byjoo Sing; 434 ditto, sa.

battalion to the 4th troop 2d brigade horse artillers. badar Bhooudoo Sing; 44th ditto, subadar major Allaud Sing ; Captain H. P. Hughes, (on leave lo the Cape) from the 1st 45th ditto, suba tar major Draub Khan ; 471b ditt, sahadar Company 4th battalion to the 1st company ist battalion. major Ramgolam Asichotree ; 48h ditto, sibular mujor Chope

Captain E F. Day, from the 1st copyany Ist battalion to the Tewary : 591h uitto, subadar major Shaick Kadar Bux; 56th 3d company 5th battalion. ditio, subadar major Myce Sink : 57th ditto, subadar Hoola,

Captain F Brind, (new promotion) to ibe 1st company 4th bat(ustbeo ; 59th ditto, Subadar Major Shaick Kadar Allie ; 6011

talion. ditto, subadar major Mirza Hussein Ullee ; 624 gitto, subadar

Ist Lieutenant J. Ahbatt, (on staff employ) from the 3d com, Rutrun Sing ; 63ů ditto, subadlar major Badul Khau ; 64th Jitto, snbadar major Sewdeep Sing : 65th ditto, subadar Mungos pany Ist latalion to the 4th company za battalion,

Isi Lieutenant E. Buckle, (on staff employ) from the 1st troop Takoor : 70th Ditto, snbadar Shaick Khan Mahomed ; 734 ditto,

181 brigade horse artillery to the %d company zd battalion. subadar Adheen Pandec ; 2d local horse, ressaldar Mirza Fazil

Ist Lieutenant K. J. White, (on forlough) from the 2d comBeg: 3d ditto, ressaldar Gholam Mabomed Kuan; 5th Ressaldar Robeea Alli Khaa.

pany 1st battalion to the 3d company 7ih battalion. W». CASEMENT, M. G.

1st Lieutenant W.K. Waruer, (new promotiou) to the 1st com."

pany 6th battalion.
See, to the Govt of India
Mily Dept. with the Rt. Hon. the Govr. Genl. brigade horse artillery.

Ist Lieutenant c. Steward, (new promotion) to läe 1st troop ist

Ist Lieutenant c. Boulton (Dew promotion) to the 4th com. BY THE COMMANDER IN CHIEF.

pauy 7th battalion.

2d Lieutenant T.J. W. Hangerford, (on farlough) from the

3d company 7th battalion to the 3d company Ist battalion. Head-quarters, Simia, 17th May 1938.—1 he Benares divi: 22 Lieutenant J Eliot, (brought on the effective strenght) to sion order of the 26th ultimo, dirccting all reports of the division the 1st company 4th battalion. to be made to Colonel J. Shelton, o Her Majesty's 44th foot, 24 Lieutenant J. Mill, (brought on effoctive strengtb) to the lat consequent on the demise of major general G. Browu, C. B. is company Ist battalion. confirmed

2d Lieutenant H Lewis (brought on the strength) to to 4th Drummer Charles Allen, of the 48th, is transferred to the 13th company Ist battalion. regiment of native infantry, and directed to be sent to join. Ensign T. E. Ogilvie is, at his own request, transferred from The undermentioned officers have leave of absence :

the 39th to the 15th regiment oative infantry, as juuior of his raok. 66th regiment natire infantry. -Captain G. Cox, from 30 Janu.

Head-quarters, Simla, 23d May, 1838 - The Agrá garrison ary to 31 July, to visit Hussiogabed, on private affairs.

and station order of the 12te instant, placing the services of hospi: 48th regiment native infantry.--Captain D. Sheriff, from 29ıb talapprentice Williain Heory Johnstone, doing duy in the ar. February to 29th August, to remain at the presideucy, on medi. tillery bospital, at the disposal of the civil surgeon at Agra, in the cal certificate

room of hospital apprentice E. Ensor, is confirmed. Head quarters, Simlah, 18th May, 1838. --Lientenant S. J. Bombardier John Hugh O'Neil, of the ad company 3d battalion Saunders, of the 41st reviment native infantry, and Ensiga F. B. of artillery, ts promoted to sergeant, and transferred to the town Bosanquet, of the 19th dative infantıy, are appointed to do daty major's list, for the purpose of filling an existing vacancy in the with the Hurrianah light infantry battalion.

pon-commissioued stad of the garrison of Fort William; Ensign Heary Nicoll, of the 47th regiment oative infantry, is By order of His Excellency the Commander in-Chief, appointed to do duty with the Ramgurh light infantry battalion. Head-quarters, Simla, 24th May, 1838. - The Hansi station

Hospital apprentice J B. Hanly, is discharged from the ser order of the 15th instadt, appointing ensign F. B. Bosanguet to vice, at bis own request. The following individuals are appointed hospital apprentices, Colebrooke, or mit further orders, is confirmed.

act as station staff, during the absence, on leare, of lieutenant, to fill cxisting vacancies in the subordinate medical department, The undermeutioned officers bave leare of absence : mod direcied to report themselvos within two months from this daje, to the acarest superintending surgeon :

5th regiment native infantry. - Lieutenant R. Dowson, from Ist Jano to 1st September, to visit Calcutta, on private affair.

70th regiment natire infantry,-Lieaf. and brevet captain | signs, lately admitted into the servica, to join and to daty with E. J. Betts, from 1st May to 1st June, to remaiu at Cherra Poon the corps specited opposite their names, is coufirined: jee, on medical certificate.

Ensign G. E. Ford, with the 55th regiment native infantry, at Subordinate medical department.-Hospital steward W. Priest. Barrackpore. Jey, H. M 49th fout, from 1st Jane to 30th September, to proceed Ensign FT. Paterson, with the 66th regiment native infantry, on the river.

at Barrackpore. Head-quarters, Simla, 25th May. The presidency division Ensign c. $. Reynolds, with the 65th regiment native infantry, order of The 10an instant, appointing Ensign H Hopkinson, re- at Barrackpore. cently admitted to ine service, to do daty with the 15tw i egiment Ensign R. R. Mainwaring, with the 18th regiment native native infantry at Barrackpore, is confirmed.

infantry, at Secrole, Benares The Agra garrison and station order duted the 26th March last, Ensign H J. Edwards, with the 15th regiment native infantry, directing the provision of two extra doolies, with barers, for the at Barrackpore. removal to their respec ive bospitals, of men on duty in the fort, Ensigu J. P. Caulfield, with the 56th regiment native insavtry, who may be attacked with cholera, is confirined.

at Berbampore. Assistant surgeon J A Staig, at present doing duty with the The undermrptioned officer has leave of absence : troops in Arracan, is posted to the Arracan local battalion, of 8d local horse - Captain G. A: Barber, 2d in command, from which he will roceive medical charge."

30th Noveinber 1937 to 4lb llecember 1837, in extension, to Sergeants Henry Read, of the ist company 5th battalion anat enable him to join. Thomas Wallace, of the 4th company 2d battalion of artillery, are

By order of His Exrellency the Commander.in. Chief, transferred to the town major's list, and appointed quarter mas Head-quvriers, Simla, th June, 1838.—The following remor. ter sergeants, the former to the 5th regiment of native infantry at als and postings will take place in the regiment of artillery : Secrole, Benares, vice Dalton transferred to the Nusseree batta Ist Lieutenant E P. Master, froin the 1st company 2d battation lion, and i he latter to the 48th regiment of native infantry at Delhi, to the 20 company Ist battalion. vice murphy appointed sergeant major to the 3sth regiment. 181 Li-ut:pant K. J. White, (on furlough) from the 3d company

Sergeant James Hunt, of the European regiment, is transferred 7th lattalion to the 4th company 4th battalion. to the town major's list, and appointed quarter master sergeant Ist Lieutenant E. Smith, from the 4th company 4th batalion to the Sith regiment of native infantry at Dinapore, vice Makou to the ist company 21 hattalion appointed sergeant major to the 63th native infantry.

Major J. Borclay, of the invalid establishment, is permitted to By order of His Excellency the Cominander in Chief.

reside in the bills nerth of Deyrah, and to draw bis pay and allow. Head-quariers, Simlah, 26th Nay 1838.-Ist lieutenant F. A.

ances from the Meerut pay ofice. Miles, interpreter and quarter master to the 7th battalion of Artil.

The leave of absence granted in general orders of the 5th ulti. lery, is removed in that situation to the 6th battalion vice Mowali mo, to Lientenant G. Poit, interpreter and gnarter master of the promoted,

34 regiment of native infantry, is caprelled at his reguest.

Assistant Surgeon W. J. Locb, now doing duty with the aid Ist lieutenant J. H. Campbell, of the 1st company 3d balta regiment of native infantry, is directed to proceed to Allahabad, Jion, is appointed interpreter and quarter master to the 7th batta and to afford medical aid to the 68th rogimeut of native infantry. lioll, vico Miles removed to the 6th battalion.

By order of His Excellency the Commander-in-Chier, Lieutenant Miles will continue with the 7th battalion, until re

Head quarters. Simla, 8th June 1938.-Wbenever a casualty Heved by lieutennt Campbell, Ist Lieutonant A M Seppings, of the arillery, now doing duty occurs of a native officer (whether of the effective branch of the with the Assain light infantry battalion, is perinilted, at his own

service, or on the javalid establishment.) holding rank iv either the reqnest, to rejoin his regimeot.

Ist or 2d class of the order of Biiusha India, the same is to be im. Assistant surgeon Henry Tay for is posted to the 33d regiment mediately reporied to the adjatant general of the army, for the

information of his Excellency the Commander-in-Chief Datire infantry at Jubbulpore, and directed to join. The perioission granted in general orders of the 5th March

His Excellencv the Commander-in-Chief is pleased to make the last, to conductor R Sault, of the invalid pension establishment

following appointment : to reside and draw his stipend at Agra, is cancelled at bis request be adjutant, vice soore, who is permitted to resign the appoint.

oth regiment light cavalry.--Lieutenant George Murray, to Drum major George Flyun, of the pension establishment, is,

ment, with the sanction of Goverument, transferred to the veterau com pany at Chupar, on his present pay and allowances,

The gen'ral oriler of the 18th ultimo, appointing Ensign H. The undermentioned officers have leave of absence :

Nicoll, of the both regiment native infantry, to do daty with the 51st regiment native infautry.--Major J. Trelawny, froin Rainghur light infantry battali.o, is cancelled at his request. 20th June to 20th October, to visit the presidency, ou private

The undermentioned officer has lease of absence :

3d company 2d battalion artillery, 2d Lieutenant T. Brough. aflairs.

70th regiment native infantry -Lieut. c. L. Edwards, do. bam, from 1st June to ist November, to proceed to the hills, ing duty with the Arracan local baltalion, froin 8th March to north of Deyrh, ou medical certificate. 8th June, on medical certificate. to visit the presidency.

By order of His Excellency the Cominander-in-Cbier, By order of His Excellency the Comioauder in Chief,

J. K. LUMLEY, Major General, Head quarters, Simla, 301h Mar. 1838. - His Excellency the

Adjutant General of the Army. Commauder in Chief is pleased to make the following removals and postings of field officers <

Lieutenant-colonel H. L, White, on furlongh, from the 36th GENERAL ORDERS TO THE QUEEN'S TROOPS. to the 67th regiment or native infantry.

Lieutenant colonel W. G. Mackenzie, proceeding on furlough from the right wing European regiment to the 86th regiment of native infantry.

Head quarters. Simla, 17th Nay, 1838.-No. 128 - Her Maf Lieutenant-colonel R. Chalmers, from the 67th to the right jesty has been pleased to make the following promotions and ap. wiog of the european regiment.

pointments in the regimenis serving in India. The under mentioned officers bave leare of absence :

39th Font.--Captain Horatio Walpole to be Major, by purchase 35th regiment native infantry. -Ensiyn C. H. Jenkins, from vice Symth, who retires, 17th November, 1:37. 30th May to 30th November, to proceed to Mussoorio, on medical Lieutenant Robert Spencer Boland to be captain by purcbase certificate.

rice Walpole, 17th November, 1837. 60th regiment naitre infantry. -Ensign A. B. Fenwick, from Cancels his promotion Easiga Edward Croker to be lieute. 9th December 1837 10 7th June, to remain at sbe presidecy, op vice Lesley retired. nant, by purchase, vice Boland, 17th medical certificate.

November 1837. Head-quarters, Simla, 31st May, 1838- The Agra garrison and George Einlay, gent. to be ensigo, by purchase, vice Croker station order of the 18th instant, appointing corporal A. Blakeley 17th November, 1837. of the European regiment, to act as church clerk, during the ab. 44th Foot.- Ensigo Robert Stuart to be Lieutenant, without sence of sergeant Rivett, is confirmed.

purchase, vice Hallbide deceased, 11th June, 1837. Ensign W.E. Mulcaster, of the 28th,is, at bis own request, re Ensign Augustus Hallifax Ferryman, to bej lieutenant, with moved to the 64th regiment native infantry, as junior of bis rank. out parchase, vice Hadfield appointed to the 3d light dragoous, The undermentioned officers have leave of absence.

30th June, 1837. 30th regiment native iufantry-Captain T. McSherry, from 1st Gentleman cadet, Henry Cadett, from the Royal Military Col. June to 15th Nuvember, to visit Nusseerabad, on private affairs. lege, to be ensign, vice Ferryman, 28th November, 1837.

46th regiment native cufantry-Captain W. T. Savary, from 57th Foot.-Gentleman Cadet John' Almaty, from the Royal A5th May to 15th November, on medical certificate, to visit the Military College, to be ensign, without purchase, vice Morgan presidency, preparatory to submitting an application for leave to daceased, 17th November, 1837 proceed to sea.

620 Foot. -Liculenant Valentine Langmead Lewes to be cap. By order of His Excellency the Commander in Chief, tain, by purchase, vice Gwynne, who retires, 28th November 1837. Head.quarters, Simla, 1st June, 1838.- Assistant Sargeon J. Cancels his promotion Ensigo John Grant to be lieutenant, J. Boswell, on farlougb, is removed from the 32d to the 3d re. vice Buchanan. by purchase, vice Lewes, 28th Novemgiment of native infantry.

ber 137. Assistant Surgeon T, W, Wilson, M. D., who was placed at the Charles Young, gent. to be Ensigo, by purchase, vice Grant, disposal of the Commander-in-Chief, in Government general or. 28th November 1897. ders, No 71, of the 14th ultimo, is posted to the 32d regiment of The commanderiu chief has been pleased to make the follow patise infantry at Dacca.

ing promotion untill Her Majesty's pleasure sball be known : Head quarters, simla, 3d June, 1838 — The presidency divi. 620 foot. -Ensign Arthur M. Herbert to be lieutenant, withsion order of the lolh ultimo, directing the underwentioned En. I out purchase. vice Buchanan promoted, 15th May 1838.

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