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signs, lately admitted into the service, to join and to duty with the corps specified opposite their names, is confirmed:
Ensign G. E. Ford, with the 58th regiment native infantry, at Barrackpore.
Ensign F T. Paterson, with the 66th regiment native infantry, at Barrackpore.
Ensign Ĉ. S. Reynolds, with the 65th regiment native infantry, at Barrackpore.
1st Lieutonant AM Seppings, of the arillery, now doing duty with the Assam light infantry battalion, is permitted, at his own request, to rejoin his regiment. Assistant Surgeon Henry Taylor is posted to the 33d regiment native infantry at Jubbulpore, and directed to join.
Ensign R. R. Mainwaring, with the 18th regiment native infantry, at Secrole, Benares
Ensign H J. Edwards, with the 15th regiment native infantry, at Barrackpore.
Ensigu J. P. Caulfield, with the 56th regiment native infantry, at Berhampore.
The undermentioned officer has leave of absence:
Bd local horse-Captain G. A: Barber, 2d in command, from 30th November 1837 to 4th December 1837, in extension, to enable him to join.
By order of His Excellency the Commander in. Chief, Head-quarters, Simla, 5th June, 1838.-The following remov. als and postings will take place in the regiment of artillery : 1st Lieutenant E P. Master, from the 1st compauy 2d battation to the 2d company 1st battalion.
1st Lieutenant K. J. White, (on furlough) from the 3d company 7th battalion to the 4th company 4th battalion.
1st Lieutenant E. Smith, from the 4th company 4th battalion to the 1st company 24 hattalion
Major J. Barclay, of the invalid establishment, is permitted to reside in the bills north of Deyrah, and to draw his pay and allowances from the Meerut pay office.
The leave of absence granted in general orders of the 5th ultimo, to Lientenant G. Poit, interpreter and quarter master of the 34 regiment of native infantry, is cancelled at his request.
Assistant Surgeon W. J. Locb, now doing duty with the 41d regiment of native infantry, is directed to proceed to Allahabad, and to afford medical aid to the 68th regiment of native infantry. By order of His Excellency the Commander-in-Chief, Head quarters. Simla, 8th June 1938.-Whenever a casualty occurs of a native officer (whether of the effective branch of the service, or on the invalid establishment,) holding rank in either the 1st or 2d class of the order of British India, the same is to be immediately reported to the adjutant general of the army, for the information of his Excellency the Commander-in-Chief
The permission granted in general orders of the 5th March last, to conductor R Sault, of the invalid pension establishment to reside and draw his stipend at Agra, is cancelled at his request Drum major George Flynn, of the pension establishment, is, with the sanction of Government, transferred to the veteran company at Chunar, on his present pay and allowances,
The undermentioned officers have leave of absence:
5ist regiment native infautry.-Major J. Trelawny, from 20th June to 20th October, to visit the presidency, on private afiairs.
70th regiment native infantry-Lieut. C. L. Edwards, do. ing duty with the Arracan local battalion, from 8th March to 8th June, on medical certificate, to visit the presidency.
By order of His Excellency the Cominauder in Chief, Head quarters, Simla, 30th May, 1838.-His Excellency the Commander in Chief is pleased to make the following removals and postings of field officers
Lieutenant-colonel H. L. White, on furlongh, from the 36th to the 67th regiment of native infantry.
Lieutenant-colonel W. G. Mackenzie, proceeding on furlough from the right wing European regiment to the 86th regiment of native infantry.
Lieutenant-colonel R. Chalmers, from the 67th to the right wing of the european regiment.
The under mentioned officers have leave of absence:
35th regiment native infantry-Ensign C. H. Jenkins, from 30th May to 30th November, to proceed to Mussoorie, on medical certificate.
60th regiment naitve infantry-Ensign A. B. Fenwick, from 9th December 1837 10 7th June, to remain at the presidecy, on medical certificate.
His Excellency the Commander-in-Chief is pleased to make the following appointment:
8th regiment light cavalry.-Lieutenant George Murray, to be adjutant, vice Moore, who is permitted to resign the appoint.
The general order of the 18th ultimo, appointing Ensign H. Nicoll, of the 50th regiment native infantry, to do duty with the Raghur light infantry battalion, is cancelled at his request.
The undermentioned officer has leave of absence:
3d company 2d battalion artillery. 2d Lieutenant T. Broughham, from 1st June to ist November, to proceed to the hills, north of Deyrh, on medical certificate.
By order of His Excellency the Commander-in-Chief,
Head-quarters, Simla, 31st May, 1838-The Agra garrison and station order of the 18th instant, appointing corporal, A. Blakeley of the European regiment, to act as church clerk, during the ab sence of sergeant Rivett, is confirmed.
Ensign W.E. Mulcaster, of the 28th,is, at his own request, re moved to the 64th regiment native infantry, às junior of his rank. The undermentioned officers have leave of absence. 30th regiment native infantry-Captain T. McSherry, from 1st June to 15th November, to visit Nusseerabad, on private affairs. 46th regiment native ufantry-Captain W. T. Savary, from 15th May to 15th November, on medical certificate, to visit the presidency, preparatory to submitting an application for leave to proceed to sea.
By order of His Excellency the Commander in Chief. Head quarters, Simla, 1st June, 1838.-Assistant Surgeon J. J. Boswell, on furlough, is removed from the 32d to the 3d regiment of native infantry.
Assistant Surgeon T. W. Wilson, M. D., who was placed at the disposal of the Commander-in-Chief, in Government general or ders, No 71, of the 14th ultimo, is posted to the 32d regiment of native infantry at Dacca.
GENERAL ORDERS TO THE QUEEN'S TROOPS.
Head quarters. Simla, 17th May, 1838.-No. 128-Her Mai jesty has been pleased to make the following promotions and ap. pointments in the regimens serving in India.
39th Foot.-Captain Horatio Walpole to be Major, by purchase vice Symth, who retires, 17th November, 1837.
Lieutenant Robert Spencer Boland to be captain by purchase vice Walpole, 17th November, 1837.
Cancels his promotion Ensign Edward Croker to be lieute. nant, by purchase, vice Boland, 17th vice Lesley retired. November 1837.
George Einlay, gent. to be ensign, by purchase, vice Croker 17th November, 1837.
44th Foot.-Ensign Robert Stuart to be Lieutenant, without purchase, vice Halfhide deceased, 11th June, 1837.
Ensign Augustus Halifax Ferryman, to be lieutenant, with out purchase, vice Hadfield appointed to the 3d light dragoons, 30th June, 1837..
Gentleman cadet, Henry Cadett, from the Royal Military College, to be ensign, vice Ferryman, 28th November, 1837.
57th Foot-Gentleman Cadet John Ahmaty, from the Royal Military College, to be ensign, without purchase, vice Morgan daceased, 17th November, 1837.
62d Foot.-Lieutenant Valentine Langmead Lewes to be cap. tain, by purchase, vice Gwynne, who retires, 28th November 1837. Cancels his promotion Ensign John Grant to be lieutenant, by purchase, vice Lewes, 28th Novemvice Buchanan. ber 1 37. Charles Young, gent. to be Ensign, by purchase, vice Grant, 29th November 1887.
The commander in chief has been pleased to make the follow-
Head quarters, Simla, 2d June, 1838-The presidency divi.
The leave of absence granted to assistant surgeon Grant. 4th light dragoons to proceed to England, for 2 years from date of embarkation, on tuedical certificate, is confirmed.
The appointment by His Excellency lieut.-general Sir P. Maitland, K. C. B., of Assistant surgeon Morgon, 55th regi fuent, to the medical charge of the 57th, during the absence of surgeon Macdonnel, on medical certificate, is confirmed.
The appointment of lieuennut I. R. Nagrate, 55th regiment, to act as adjutant to that corps, from the 9th June 1837 to the 17th March 18.7, is confirmed.
The under mentioned othcers have leave of absence :
Head quaters, Simla, 24th May 1838.-No. 129.-His Excel· lency the Commander in Chief is pleased to direct the pubii a tion of the following letter from the Adjutant General. Horse Guards, together with the copy of the 5th Clause of the Act of Victoria the 1st, Cap. 90th, therein referred to:
5th clause of the Act 1st Victoria, Cap. 90.
And whereas by the laws now in force it is lawful for the court before whom any person shall be convicted of certain offences for which imprisonment or imprisonment with hard. Jabour may be awarded, to direct, that the offender shall be kept in solitary confinement for the whole or any portion or portions of such imprisonment, or of such imprisonment with hard la bour, as to such court in its discretion should seem meet, it is hereby enacted, that from and after the commencement of this act it shall not be lawful for any court to direct that any offen der shall be kept in solitary confinement for any longer periods than one month at a time, or than three mouths in the space of one year."
40th Foot.-Lieutenant John Willock, from the 45th reri. ment of fact, to be lieutenant, vice Stanley appoited to the 19th regiment of oot, 6th December, 1437.
13th light dragoons -Major Long, in extension, from 1st De cember 1837 to the 22d April 1837
3d foot.Captain G. L. Christie, from 5th May to 10th Novice Harrison, Ist December, 18:7. vember, to Simla, on medical certificate.
By Order of the Commander in Chief,
63d Foot.-Major Sir Edmund Sanderson Prideaux, Bait. from the half pay, unattached, to be major, vice D'Arcy Weat wort, who exchanges, st December, 1837
3d Foot.-Lieutenant Robert Manners Sparks, from the Cape mounted riflemen, to be lieutenant, vice Peshall, who exchanges, 26th December, 1837.
Captain Arthur Cunliffe Pole, to be major, by purchase, vice Prideaux, who retires, 1st December, 1837.
9th Foot-Robert Harthill, gent, to be assistant surgeon, vice Griffin deceased, 29th December, 1937.
17th Foot-Lieutenant John Brady, from the 22d regiment of foot, to be lieutenant, vice Kelly, who exchanges, 8th December, 39th Foot. Ensign John Fitz
Cancels the promotion of Ensign Croker to this Roy Dalrymple to be lieutenant, vacancy, and that of En- by purchase, vice Leslie, who re sign Smith, vice D. Werge. tires, 8th December, 1837.
William Merces Lockhart, gent. to be Ensign, by purchase, vice Dalrymple, 8th Deceber, 1337.
Gentleman cadet Thomas Serjeant Little, from the Royal Mi litary College, to be ensign, without purchase, vice Lockhart appointed to 78th foot, 9th Dec. 1837,
chase, vice Pole, 1st December, 137.
His Excellency the Commander in Chief has been pleased to promote the under metioned officer to the rank of explain, by brevet, in the East Ladies only:
Horse Guards, 16th December, 1837.
4th Foot-Lieutenant l'homas Gibson, from tho 16th May, 1828.
St-I have the honor, by desire of the general commanding in chief to transmit to you a copy of th- 5th Clause of the Aci 1st Victoria, Cap. 90, from which it will be preceived it is enact-White, 16th lancers, having reported his retain from Madras to ed, That from and after the commencement of the act it shall Calcutta, will proceed to Weerut, by dawk, and on his arrival not be lawful for any court to direct that any offender shall be will assume the medical charge of the regiment. kept in solitary confinement for any longer periods than one The division order by major general Sir W. Cotton, c. B. and month at a time, or than three months in the space of one year."K. 0. H, dated the 13th May, adding the name of liente. Although the proceedings of Courts Martial do not appear to nant Barnes, 3d light oragoons, to the detachment of that corps, have been intended to be included within any of the provisions which embarked froin Calcutta for the upper provinces, on the of the act in question, yet as the seuse of the legislature has 14th February last, under the command of lieutenant Hadbeen expressed, in the 5th Clause, as to the extent to which solifield, is confirmed. tary confinement may safely be carried, and the manner in which it should be restricted, I am now to signify to you His Lordship's desire, that Courts Martial in future, in any sentence in which solitary confinement is included, shall conform to the limitations in that respect laid down by the clause abovementioned. I have, &c. JOHN MACDONALD, Adjutant General.
Cancel, his promotion, Ensign Gustavus Nicolls Harrison, vice Fairtough, deceased. to be lieutenant, by purchase, vice Adamson, Ist December, 1937. William Frederick Carter, geut to be ensign, by purchase,
The Commander in Chief has been pleased to make the follow. ing promotion until Her Majesty's pleasure shall be known: 6. Feot.-Ensign E Croker to be lieutenant, by purchase, vice Werge promoted, 23d May, 1838.
The appointment, on the 10th January, 1837, by captain O'Neill, 44th regiment, commanding a detachment of that exps, of sergeant Brien to act as sergeant major, and of sergeant Doran, to act as quarter-master sergeant to the same, during its progress from Calcutta to Gaze‹pore, is confirmed.
The leave of absence granted to captain Meldrum, 2d foot, to proceed to England, for 2 years from date of embarkation, on medical certificate, is confirm-d.
The leaves of absence granted by His Eellency Lieutenant Ge. neral Sir P. Maitland, K. C. B., to the following officers, are confirmed:
55th foot-Captain C. B. Daubeney, to England, for 2 years from date of embarkation, on medical certificate.
Ditto-Captain A. Sharpin, ditto ditto.
The undermentioned officer has leave of absence:
16th lancers.-Cornet H. D. Swetenham, from 23d May to the 10th November next, to proceed to Landour, on medical certificate. R. TORRENS, Maj. Genl. Adjt. Genl. to Her Majesty's Forces in India.
The leave of absence granted by major general Sir Willoughby Cotton, C. B. & K C. H., to captain L'Estrange, 44th foot, to proceed to England, for 2 years from date of embarkation, on medical certificate is confirmed.
The leave of absence granted by His Excellency lieutenant general sir P. Maitland, K c. B., to the following officers, are confirmed:
13th light dragoons.-Cornet H. Hamilton, to England, for 18 months from date of embarkation, on private affairs. 55th foot.-Lieutenant S. B. Lamb, from 20th May to 20th September next, to Bengal on private affairs. Lieutenant J. S. Shortt, 4th foot, bas leave to proceed to Eng-tuting another act of nabitual drunkenness. land, for 2 years from date of embarkation, ou private affairs. Head quarters, Simla, 28th May, 1838.-No. 130.-Her Majes ty has been pleased to make the following promotions and ap pointments in the regiments serving in India:
13th light dragoons.-Lieutenant Denis Hanson, from the 17th light dragoons, to be lieutenant, vice Burdett, who exchanges, 26th December, 1827.
Head quarters Simlah, June 4, 1838-No. 183.-At a general court-martial held in Fort William, on Monday the 24 day of April, 1838, Private John Mealy, No. 787, Her Majesty's 9th regiment of foot, was arraigned on the following charges:
Charges," 1st. With having been drunk and out of barrack after hours, at Chinsurah on or abouth the night of the 21st March 838, this being the eleventh instance of drunkenness within six months, after a conviction for habitual drunkenness, had, at Chinsurah, on the 30th of October 1837,-viz. on the 27th December 1837, 1st January, 7th January, 11th January, 21st January,11th February, 18th February, 19th February, 28th February, 10th March 1939, and the present instance, and thereby consti
"2d-With mutinous and insubordinate conduct," about ten o'clock on the morning of the 228 March 1838, when leaving the orderly room after the case of drunkenness detailed in first charge, had been investigated by the commanding officer, in bar. ing struck with his clenched first, No. 572, Sergeant Maurice Fitzgerald, Her Majesty's 9th regiment, his superior ofleer, a
violent blow on the head which knocked him down.
Upon which charges the Court came to the following decision: Finding" The court, upon the evidence before them, are of opinion, that the prisoner Private John Meaty, No 787, of Her Majesty's 9th regiment of foot, as guilty of the charges preferred against him.
Sentence. The court sentence the the prisoner Private John Mealy, No. 787, Her Majesty's 9th regiment of foot, to be transported, as a felon, for the term of bis natural life." Disapproved.
The court are required to revise their finding and sentence because they are liigal, as found under the ith article of war, as implied by the decision of the court, noted on the proceedings, The offence of the prisoner comes under the 70th article.
21st April 1835.
H. FANE, General, Commander-in-Chief, East Indies.
Revised Finding." With much deference to the opinion of the Commander-in-Chief, the court beg to observe, with regard to their finding, that it appears, the prisoner broke from his escort voilently struck his superior officer, Sergeant Fitzgerald, threatening, that he would take his life, and declaring, that the ser geant was the whole canse of his being in so much trouble.' The act, therefore, in the opinion of the court was one of extreme in subordination directed against Sergeant Fitzgerald, intentionally in his capacity of the prisoner's superior officer, whose vigilance on duty had caused him annoyance, and it appears to the court to bear a highly mutinous tendency, short only of the actual offence of mutiny by the circumstance of the sergeant not having been on duty at the time. The conrt therefore repectfully adhere to their finding.
ARRIVALS AT KEDGEREE.
years, over and above any former forfeitures of liquor money, or
Revised sentence "Under the decision given by his Excellen-passed had it been legal. cy the Commander-in-Cheif, that the offence of the prisoner comes under the 70th article of war, the court cancel their former sen. tence, and do now sentence the prisoner Private John Mealy, No. 787, of Her Majesty's 9th regiment of foot, to suffer solitary im prisonment for twelve (12) calendar months, in such place as his Excellency the Commander-in-Chief may be pleased to direct; and to be deprived of one penny a day of his pay for two!
30th May 1838.
REMARKS BY HIS EXCELLENCY THE COMMANDER-IN-CHIEF,
I entirely agree with the court in their opinion as to the serious nature of the prisoner's offence, and as to the punishment he deserves, and I would gladly have approved the first sentence
I cannot assent to the distinction the court desire to draw between mutiny and mutinous conduct, and therefore I am of opi nion, that the court has erred in adhering to its original flading. H. F. (Signed) By order of the Commander-in-Chief, R. TORRENS, Major Genl. Adit Genl. to Her Majesty's Forces in India.
22d.-English barque John Panter, J. Elsdon, from the Mauritius 25th May; English ship Herefordshire, H. S. H. Isaacson, from Madras 17th and Ganjam 20th June; English brig Liver. pool, E. Row, from Liverpool 6th February.
June 2d.-English barque Stalkart, Jellicoe, from Moulmein 13th May; American ship Carthage, A. Perry, from Boston 23d Feb. 3d.-English barque Rosalind, Little, from Liverpool 13th January; French brig Mappe Monde, Bondias, from Nantes 4th December and Bourbon 23d April.
June 25th-The English barque Ariadne, Geo. McLeod, froma Greenock 22d March, the English ship Abberton, H. Shuttle. worth. from London 17th Feb., Cape of Good Hope 13th May. and Madras 21st June; the English Brig Ann, McGowan, from China 14th May; the English brig Mary Eliza, R. Patterson, from Mauritius 24th May; the English schooner Margaret, D. Tapley, from Rangoon 4th June; and the English schooner Tom Thumb, J. McGill, from Penang 6th June.
4th-English barque Falcon, D. Anstruther, from Glasgow 31st January.
6th-English ship Ernaad, J. Hill, from Judda 13th April and Mocha 6th May; English brig Diadem, J Walker, from Tutaraine 12th and Colombo 24th May; American ship Gentoo, L. G. Hollis, from Boston 24th January.
Sth-English ship Mermaid, J. Koche, from Rangoon 30th
9th-English brig Sarah, J. Lyster, from Rangoon 13th May; English barque Dorothy Gales, G. Moore, from the Mauritius 11th May.
10th-H. M. ship Rattlesnake, Capt. Hobson, from Madras 3d June; English barque Seymour, G. J. Dare, from the Mauri tius 17th May.
26th.-English Ship Upton Castle, S. Williams, from Sydney 18th April and Madras 21st June; English barque Augustina, W. Perry, from Newcastle 23d December, Cape of Good Hope 30th April, Mauritius 28d May, and Madras 21st June.
28th.-English ship Patriot Queen, W. Hoodless, from Liver. pool 24th March.
12th-English brig Samuel Baker, R. Wild, from the Mau. ritius 11th May: English ship Lord Auckland, J. Willie, from the Mauritius 12th May, and Madras 7th June.
H. FANE, General,
29th-English brigantine Lynher, H. Browse, from London 10th January and Mauritius 1st June
John Panter arrived off Calcutta on the 23d; Esther on the 25th, Ann, Mary Eliza; and Liverpool on the 26th; and Nouvelle Louise on the 29th June.-Burong arrived off Cooley Bazar on the 25th ditto.
11th.-English brig Mary Mallaby, J. Grey, from the Mauman; ritius 16th May.
From Monghyr: W. R. Young, Esq., C. s.
Per Ganges: Mrs. Johnston; Capts. Johnston and Welsh-
Per Imogen, from Liverpool: Mr. Henry, cadet; Ensign
Per ship Neptune: Charles Moore, from Hobart Town.
Per Antonio Pereira: A. Laughois.
14th.-English barque Clyde, J. Kerr, from the Cape of Good Hope 27th April; H. C. ship Amherst, R. Jump, from Bombay 7th May, and Madras 10th June.
16th.-English barque Irt, H. Ludlow, from Liverpool 6th February; H. C. steamer Ganges, J. M. Dicey, from Moulmein 2d June.
18th-English barque Lysander, W. Currie, from London 25th February.
19th-English ship Tamerlane, D. McKenzie, from London 8th March; English barque Janet, P. H. Holmes, from Penang 8th May, and Acheen Ist June; English barque Addingham, J. Sedgwick, from Madras 11th June; English barque Standard, J. Peile, from Demerara 8th February; English barque Verginie, C. Whiffen, from Ganjam 3d February.
20th.-English barque Gaillardon, J. Rapson, from Sydney 30th April: English barque Haidie, A. Symers, from the Mauritius 13th English May, Pondicherry (no date) and Madras 13th June ; brig Courier, A. S. Smith, from Liverpool 25th February: English ship Esther, J. Pickering, from Liverpool 25th February. 21st.-English ship Bombuy, G. Waugh, from Amberst 17th
Per Sylph, from Singapore: Mrs. Francis, son and child; Mrs. Viall, and Mr. Styant, mariner.
Per Aunundchunder: Mr C. B. McCubber, merchant
Per Stalkart: Lieuts. R. Gibson, F. E. Scobele, and J. Grant, H. M. 62d regiment.
Per Krishna, from Arracan: Captain Burney; Lieuts. Rainsford, Abbot, and Kaye; Master McLean; Mrs. Keelan, steer. age passenger; Corporal Hay; 2 subadars and 6 sepoys. Per Mermaid: Mrs. Roche.
Per Lysander, from England: Lieut. Cumberland and Lady; Mr. Alexander Geo. Coles; Messrs. W. L. M. Bishop and William Fraser, cadets; Mr. James Graham.
Per Tamerlane: Robert Campbell and Robert C. Stevenson, cadets.
Per barque Janet: Mrs. Gregory; Mrs. Holmes and child; Major W. Gregory, 6th regt. B. N. I; M. McLeod, Esq. free merchant: Master J. H. Davis; Mary and John Yates, children. Per barque Addingham: Mr. Audibert and Mr. G. P. Lam. bert from Madras.
Per Herefordshire, from Madras: Mrs. Isaacson ; Miss Conways; Chas. C. Hy de, Alexander Grant, aud James H. Young. Esqrs. civil service, and Mr. Brown.
DEPARTURES FROM CALCUTTA.
May 25th-Washington, L. F. Thurber, for Philadelphia; Eugene, D. R. Glass, for Boston.
27th-New Grove, W. Johnstone, for London; Favourite, bertson, for Madras.
29th, William Gray, W. Bartell, for Boston; John Hepburne, B. Robertson, for Moulmein and Rangoon.
Per Mary Ann Webb, for Singapore and China: Ensign Beggs, Madras N 1. and Okeford, Esq. merchant.
Per Hanna, for Bombay: Mrs. Frazer; Lieutenants SbakesRo-peare and Smith.
Per Waterloo, from London: Lieut. Col. Mackenzie; Lieuts Scobell and Gibson, H. M. 62d.
30th.-Burrong, R Gordon, for Moulmein.
June 1st.-Gasper, N. Pool, for Boston; English schooner viz. for Allahabad: Miss Wall, Captain and Mrs
The Mattebonga in tow of the Jamna steam vessel, left
Per Kyle, for London: Mrs. Sewell and 2 children.
15th.-Antonio Pereira, W. T. Christie, for China; Water. son.-For Berhampore: Lieutenant McLeod. too, John Cow, for London. June 16th Cuba, A. Gray, for the Mauritius. 17th.- Victory, W. B. Blakely, for Liverpool. 19th-Maas, M. Velthoven, and Cherebon Packet, C. Kemp, ser, Esq.; Ensign C. H. Walsh, 14th regt. N. I.; H. Maling, for Batavia. Esq-For the Cape J. Staniforth, Esq., C. S.
Per Larkins, for London: Mrs. Briant; Miss Tucker; Capt. McKinnon; Lieut. Briant, 68th N. 1.;-Pearce, Esq.; J. Win
May 14. At Agra, the lady of J. D. D. Bean, Esq. of twin daughters.
17. At Hussingabad, the lady of J. H. Chowne, Esq. of the 66th regt. N. I. of a son.
At Nusseerabad, the lady of Major Spens, 74th N. I. of a daughter.
At Boolundshuhur, the lady of G. H. M. Alexander, Esq. civil service, of a daughter. 20. At Cuttack, the lady of the late Mr. J. W. Pritchard, assistant in the salt department, of a son.
At Dinapore, the lady of Edward Lugard, Esq., Her Majesty's 31st regiment, of a daughter.
At Allyghur, the lady of Captain F. Knyvett, 64th native infantry, of a son.
22. At Balasore, the lady of W. S. Dicken, Esq., civil surgeon, of a daughter.
At Calcutta, the wife of Mr. R. Jacob, of a
25. At Entally, the lady of Captain D. Sheriff, 48th regiment native infantry, of a daughter.
27. At Calcutta, the wife of Mr. F. Lavellette, of a daughter.
21st. Snarle You, R. S. Heron, for China; Justina, C. C. Young, for London.
June 25-The English ship Ernaad, J. Hill, for Bombay; ant the English brig Elizabeth, Starling, for Swan river 27th Mary and Susan, W F. Parrott, for Boston. 29th.- Mappe Monde, Boridias, for Bourbon.
At Calcutta in Middleton-Row, the lady of Charles Lyall, Esq., of a daughter.
28. At Calcutta, Mrs. Rayne, of a daughter.
At Purneah, Singhehsur Factory, the lady of William Duff, Esq. of a daughter.
29. At Calcutta, the wife of Mr. J. Gash, assistant to Cook and Co. of a daughter.
31. At Calcutta, the lady of A. A. Apcar, Esq., junior, of a son.
At Calcutta, Mrs W. P. Madge, of a son. June 1. The lady of George Alexander Esq., civil service, of a son.
DEPARTURES OF PASSENGERS.
The Soorma, in tow of the Megna steamer, left for Alla habad on the 28th instant, with the following passengers, viz. for Allahabad: Colonel and Mr. Cheape; Miss Plowden and Mr. Young-For Benares: Miss Deane; two children and Ensign Mainwaring.-For Ghazeepore: Miss Young, and Mr. and Mrs.
2. At Calcutta in Chowringhee, the lady of W. Linton, Esq., of a daughter.
3. Mrs. F. Dormieux, junior of a son.
At Garden Reach, Mrs. James Low, of a daughter.
At Calcutta, Mrs. B. F. Harvey, of a son.
. At Hingolee, the lady of Major George Twem
low, (captain, Bengal artillery) commanding Hin. golee division, nizam's army, of a son.
At Monghyr, the wife of J. W. Caston, Esq., merchant, of a daughter.
9. At Serampore, the wife of Mr. N. J. Gantzer, of a daughter.
At Calcutta, the lady of the late H. F. King, Esq.. of a son, still-born.
At Tirhoot, Shahpore, the lady of George Drummond, Esq., of a daughter.
At Calcutta in Chowringhee, the lady of E. Macnaghten, Esq., of a daughter.
10. At Calcutta, Mrs. G. E. Rodgers, of a son. 11. At Calcutta in Chowringhee, the lady of James Colquhoun, Esq., of a daughter.
12. At Bowsing Factory, the lady of Geo. Rogers, M. D., of a daughter.
At Calcutta, the lady of W. Trevor Taylor, Esq. civil service, of a daughter.
18. At Calcutta, the wife of Mr. Samuel Webb, in
At Chinsurah, the lady of the Rev. W. Morton, of a daughter.
At Kurnaul factory, Tirboot, the lady of John Howell, Esq., of a son.
At Rungpore, the lady of H. C. Metcalfe, Esq., C, S., of a son.
At Midnapore, the lady of T. C. Trotter, Esq., C. S. of a daughter.
27. At Garden Reach, the lady of W. F. Douron, Esq. of a child, still-born.
At Calcutta, the wife of Serjeant John Tratt, of the town-guard, of a daughter.
April 10. EUROPE.-At Dartford, the wife of Mr. Tomas Place, superintending engineer, E. I. C. steam department, Bengal, of a son.
Feb. 25. At Macao, John Smith, Esq., (late of Calcutta) of the firm of Markwick and Smith, Canton, to Miss Barrados.
April 17. At Malacca, by the Rev. Josiah Hughes, assistant Apothecary Patrick Crummey, of the Madras
medical establishment, to Miss Hannah Smith, only Lieut. Robert Walker, artillery, to Mary, the only ser. daughter of Mr. conductor John Smith, of the Bengal ordnance commissariat department.
viving daughter of the late William Curling, Esq. of Sandwich, Kent.
16. At Calcutta, at the Cathedral, by the Reverend H. S. Fisher, Captain William Tilden, to Miss Amelia Jane Smith.
May 14, At Mhow, in Malwa, Captain George Lawrenson, Bengal horse artillery, to Charlotte Bowen, niece of brigadier Herbert Bowen, commanding Malwa field force.
15. At Simla, at the house of General Sir Henry Fane, G. c. B. Commander-in-Chief, Captain Michel, nephew and aid-de-camp to his Excellency, and eldest son of General Michel, of Dulish in Dorsetshire, to Louisa Anne, only daughter of Major General Churchill, quarter master general of her Majesty's forces in India. The ceremony was performed by the Reverend C. Wimberley, chaplain to the Govornor General, and was attended by Lord Auckland, the Misses Eden and the friends of the families.
2. At Mynpoorie Park, at the residence of Colonel Everest, surveyor general of India, Captain G. C. Smyth, 3d cavalry, to Miss Jane Ross.
4. At Calcutta, at the Cathedral, by licence, Capt. Joseph Grimwood, to Caroline, relict of the late Capt. Daniel Sterling.
By the Rev. Mr. Charles, Edward Francis Barker, Esq., to Miss Hannah Lish.
At Calcutta, at the Cathedral, by the Reverend H. Fisher, Mr. Joseph Jacob Grimwood, to Mrs. Caroline Sterling.
17. At Cawnpore, the Rev. J. J. Carshore, A. B. of Trinity College, Dublin, to Hannah Maria, eldest daughter of the Rev. R. P. Brooke, B. A., officiating joint chaplain of that station.
23. At Calcutta, at the Cathedral, Captain Edward A. Cumberlege, of the 73d native infantry, to Charlotte, third daughter of the late Captain George Hunter, S. A. commissary general.
March 1. At sea, on board the Ermouth, Alexander William, the son of Captain Watt, D. A. C. G. aged 6 years, 11 months and 22 days.
24. At Chandernagore, Monsieur F. Debois de Saran, to Mademoiselle Lise Perine Saubolle, daughter of Doctor Saubolle, of that place.
April 16. At Moulmein, Mr. Francis Lopez, late of the firm of Phillips and Lopez, of that place, aged 33 years.
26. At Calcutta, license, at the Old Church, by the Rev. the Archdeacon, Mr. D. Wilson, to Mrs. Mary Mandy.
21. At Singapore, Mary, the beloved wife of W. M. Dirom, Esq. of the Bengal civil service.
29. Between Penang and Malacca, on his passage to Singapore, Charles Francis, Esq. deputy collector of Calcutta, aged 45 years and 4 months.
29. At Calcutta, at the Cathedral, by the Rev H. Fisher, Lieut. T. C. H. Birch, 31st N. I. to Dorothy, youngest daughter of James Curtis, Esq., civil service. May 4. At Agra, of small-pox, at the residence of At Burdwan, James Thornhill Mellis, Esq., W. M. Woollaston, Esq. Agra college, Miss Olivia civil service, to Jane, youngest daughter of George Maria Pierce, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Stedman, Esq., of Kinross, Scotland. Pierce, of Sehore, in Bhopal Malwa, aged 9 years, 9 month and 7 days.
At Calcutta, at the Cathedral, by the Reverend H. Fisher, Mr. Conrade Christopher Rabeholm, uncovenented assistant in the salt department, to Miss Louisa Duchosoin.
16. At Meerut, the wife of Mr. George Simmonds, assistant apothecary in the hospital of Her Majesty's 3d regiment or Buffs, aged 24 years, sincerely and deeply lamented.
June 2. At Calcutta, at the Principal Roman Catholic Church, by the most Rev. Dr. Olliff, D. D., 18. At Futtehgurh, Margaret, the beloved daugh. Mr. Richard Rebello, to Miss Mary Phillippina Skin-ter of Lieut. and Mrs. Chiene, aged 1 year, 8 months ner, the only daughter of the late Wm. Skinner, Esq., and 14 days. officer in charge of the Hon'ble Company's powder 21. At Rajeshey, Poolsoorah Factory, the infant son magazine, at Moyapore. of Mr. A. C. Monnier, aged 2 months and 5 days. At Calcutta, Duncan MacNaught Liddell, Esq. merchant, aged 36 years.
23. At Calcutta, in the fever hospital, Mr. Thomas Stone, aged 32 years.
24. At Calcutta, in the fever hospital, Mr. William Gilbert, aged 34 years.
At Cawnpore, Mrs. A. Hay, the wife of T. W. H. Hay, Esq. of Cawnpore, aged 64 years.
8. At Calcutta, St. James' Church, by the Reverend R.B. Boswell, Philip D'Ormieux von Sireng, Lieutenant H. M. 13th light infantry, to Mary Catherine, youngest daughter of the late Major General Carnegie, Bengal artillery.
11. At Calcutta, at the Circular Road Chapel, by special license, by the Reverend W. Yates, Mr. S. G. Wyatt, to Miss S. Gallagher.
14. At Calcutta, at the Cathedral, and afterwards at the Principal Roman Catholic Church, Charles C. Bruce, Esq., to Miss Louisa Du Bois de Jancigny.
At Calcutta, at the Cathedral, by the Reverend H. S. Fisher, Mr. Edward Johnson, of the firm of Ranken and Co., to Miss Eliza Mary Bennett.
18. At Calcutta, at the Cathedral, by the Reverend H. S. Fisher, Mr. Emil Von Dehn, to Miss Anna Matilda Read.
23. At Calcutta, at the Cathedral, by the Rev. H.. Fisher, Mr. William Hawkesworth, assistant to Messrs. Burn and Co., to Miss Flora Sanches.
25. At Calcutta, at the Cathedral, by the Rev. H. Fisher, L. T. Watson, Esq., assistant surgeon H. C. service, to Miss Margaret Julia Dove.
At Calcutta, at the Cathedral, by the venerable Archdeacon T. Dealtry, Mr. Henry Peter Caspersz, to Miss Coroline D'Rozario.
At Agra, spasmodic cholera, Susan Lucretia, the youngest daughter of Major W. R. Pogson, com.. manding the 47th regiment native infantry, aged 1 year and 11 months.
26. At Calcutta, James Calder, the beloved child of Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Rose, aged 3 years and 7 months. At Howrah, J. Thomas, Esq. aged 50 years, 3 months and 11 days.
27. At Calcutta, in Russell-street, Miss Georgiana Thompson, daughter of G. P. Thompson, Esq. of the Bengal civil service, aged 10 months and 23 days.
At Calcutta, Sophia Jane, fourth daughter of Mr. Robert Campbell, aged 8 months and 22 days.
At Calcutta, Maria Zelia Chill, wife of Mr. RoWilliam Chill, aged 22 years 4, months and 5 days: At Calcutta, in Sooterkin's lane, Mr. John Hobbs, aged 29 years.
At Calcutta, at the Old Church, by the Vene-bert rable Archdeacon Dealtry, William Clode Braddon, Esq., to Margaret Selina, eldest daughter of the late Capt. John Wogan Patton, Bengal native infantry. 15. At Calcutta, the Cathedral, Mr. R. W. Chew, son of G. Wood, Esq. aged 14 months.
to Miss L. S. Newton.
28. At Calcutta, at Colvin's ghaut, John Dungate
At Dum Dum, by the Rev. H. Hylton, A. B. Watt, Esq. surgeon of the ship Justina, aged 25 years.