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"The 8th June, 1838. Mr. A. 'Littledale to be assistant 10 tbe Polisteal department, 13th June, 1838. Colonel Pedro Joe magistrate and collector of Dacca.

DaCosta Pacheco has been appointed by the Brazilian Go. Judicial and revenue department. The following officers bave kernment to be Brazilian Consul General in the British dominiete obtained leave of absence from their stations :

in Asia, and under the orders of the Hon Court of Directors, the

authorities of the several presidencies in ludia are hereby reJune 6, 1838.-Mr. R. Finney, deputy collector under Required to recognize the said Consul General as representing the gulation iX of 1838, in zillah Midnapore, an exteution of two said Government of Brazils accordingly months leave of absence from the 19th altimo.

General department, 13th June, 1838.- Mr William Brown Fort William, general department, the 6th June, 1635--The uncovenanted deputy collector at Balasore, is appointed ox-oficio Hon. the Deputy Governor of Bengal is pleased to make the post-master at that station. following appointments :

U.T. PRINSER, Mr. William Balhetchet to be aassistant to the resident coun.

Sec. to lhe Gout. of India. oillor at Singapore, vice Mr. R. F. Wingrove proceeded to Europe.

Mr. William Thomas Lewis to be assistant to the resident June 18th, 1838.-Garneepersand Pundit, first sudder ameen councillor at Penang, vice Mr. Balhetchet.

of east Burdwan, for two months, ou aceount of ili bealth, Mr. J. B. Westerboat to be assistant to the resident council.gal, has been pleased to make the following appointments :

June, 19th 1838.-The Hon. the deputy Governor of Bee lor at Malacca

Mr. G. P Leycester, has been autborized to exercise temporaThe extension of leave "granted under the orders of Govern rily the powers of joint-magistrate and depoly collector in ment, dated the path February last, to Mr. J. W Saloond, presi zilíah Hoogbly. dent councillor at Prince of Wales' Island, to the 6th of April, is Mr. T.e. Trotter, bas been authorized to exercise similar cancelled from the 28th March, the date on which he resumed powers of zilab Midpapore, outill further orders. charge of his office.

The following officers have obtained leave of absence from tbelt The leave of absence granted under the orders of Government stations : * dated the 9th August, 1837, to Mr. Samuel Garling, resident Mr. T, Young, oficialing joint-magistrate and deputy collector councillor at Malacca, for six months, is cancelled froin the 20th of a Noacolls, for one month, on private affairs, from the fat April last, the date on which he resumed charge of his office. proximo. Separate department.-The Hon. the Deputy Governor of Charles Metcall ochteriony, Bart., having passed an examination

Fort William, general department, 20th June, 1833 -Sir Bengal is pleased to make the following appointments: Mr. John Trotter to be temporary member of the board of cus service by

proficiency in two of the native lauguages, the order

on the Asth instant, and being reported qualified for the public toms, salt and opium, and of the marine board. Mr. H. S. Lane to be opium agent of the Benares division, is cancelled.

issued on the 9th ultimo, for that gentleman's ieturo to England. vice Mr.J. Trower.

Mr. H. Aubert is Appointed to officiate, rice Mr. Williain Ecclesiastical department. The Hon. the Deputy Governor Adam, for Mr J. B. Marrige, as clerk to the committee for conof Bengal is pleased to permit the Rev. Charles Rawlins, officiat. trolling the expenditure of stationery. ing district chaplain at Patna, to proceed to the hills for a

June, 22nd, 1838 - Mr. Stanilorth, special deputy collector period of one year, on medical certificate.

of Rajeshahy. &c. for two years, on medical certiticate, to proLeave for one month has been granted to the Rer. Richard reed to the Cape of Good Hope, and eventually to New South Arnold, district chaplain at Cuttack, by the Right Rev. the Wales. Lord Bishop of Calcutta, to take effect from the 2d instant.

Nir. G. A. C. Plowden, officiating deputy secretary to the ameen in Jessore, for a fortnight, from the 140b instant, on 18th instant, the date on which the pilot left the veszti at sea. June, 8, 1838.---Baboo Ryjnath Sen, second principal sudder Government of Bengal, in the judicial and revenue department,

has reported bis departure on the Sylph, 1o Singapore on the private affairs. June 12, 1838.-The Hon, the depnty Gorernor of Bengal

FRED. JAS, HALLIDAY has been pleased to make the following appointments :

Secy. to Govt. of Bengal, Moula vee Najjumool Huk, to be sudder ameen of Moorsheda. bad, vice Moglavee Mohummud Khoorsbed. Shaik Obedoollah, to be principal sudder a meen in Chittagong,

BY THE GOVERNOR GENERAL.
Vice Mr. G Doucett, deceased.

Moulavee Ashraf Alee, to be sudder ameen in Chittagong, vice
Shaik Obedoollah.
Roy Radha Govind Soom to be principal sadder ameen of the

Political department, Simia, the 22d May, 1938. Mr. Assis. 24 pergunnabs, vice Hafeezooddeen Abmed dismissed.

tant Surgeon M. M. Rind, of the o8th reginent natire infantry. The following officers bare obtained leave of absence from was appointed on the 21st instant, ta the snedical charge of the tbeir station.

political agency at Mundlaisir, vice assistant surgeon A. W. Mr G. N. Cheek, assistant surgeon, attached to the civil sta. Steart promoted. tion of Burdawn, for four days, for the purpose of visiting the

By order of the Right Hon the Governor General of India, presidency, on private affairs.

Political department, Simla, 4th June, 1835.-Lieutenant Judicial and Revenne department, the 12th June, 1838. The John Maitland, of the ladras artillery, has this day been appointHon, the deputy Governor of Bengal has been pleased to make ed to be an assistant to the commissioner for the Government of the following appointments :

the territories of his Highness the Rajah of Mysore. Hassan Alli Khan Bebadoor, to he deputy collector under Re. Lieuteqant R. Cannon, of the 40th-regiment Ma Iras native gulation IX. of 1833, in zillah of Hidgellee.

infantry, to be ditto to ditto ditto. Baboo Omachurn Bhuttacharjee to be ditto ditto under "ditto, Political department, Simla, 14th June, * 1833,-Lieutenant in ditto.

W.F. Elen, the 3d assistant to the resident'at Iodore, joined Mahomed Irfan Kban Bebadoor, to be ditto ditto under ditto, in his station on the 15th ultimo. ditlo.

By order of the Right Hon. the Governor General of India, Baboo Radhanath Gangoolec, to be ditto ditto under ditto, in

H TORRENS, ditto.

Dep. Sec. to the Govt. of India, with the Goer. Gent. Mr. J. R. B. Bennett, to be ditto ditto under ditto, in ditto. Baboo Harreehur Dutt, to be ditto ditto under ditto, in ditto. Boboo Rogeovath Buse, to be ditto ditto uuder ditio, in zillah

BY THE GOVERNOR GENERAL FOR THE N. W. P. Chittagong, vice Moulvee Busburwoolla resigned.

Baboo Issur Chunder Sein, to be ditto ditto uuder ditio, in ditto, Tice Baboo Goluckchunder Boll resigned.

Baboo Doorgapursaud Ghose, to be ditto ditto under ditto, in ditlo. General department Simla," the 16th May, 1838.- Separate.

Baboo Ram Chunder Mitter and Baboo Oomacaunt Sein, de revenue.-Mr. G. H. Smith, collector of customs, N, W. frouputy collectors under Regulation IX. of 1833, have exchanged tier, is vested with the powers of a depnty opium agent under districts, the former having been transferred to Mymunsing, and clause 1, section xix,

Regulation VII. of 1824, in the districts he letter to the 31-pergunnahs.

of the Delhi and Meerut divisions, Mr. W. N. O'B Dennebey, a ditto ditto under ditto, in Jessore, Revenue.-Mr. J. Thornton, settlement officer in zillab Ally. has been placed under the commissioner of the Sounderbuns, and shar, bas obtained leave of absence, on medical certificate, from Mr. G. Herklots, a ditto dito under ditto transferred to Jessore the date on which be left bis station, under leave granted by tbe under Mr. K. Lowth.

officiating commissioner, to the 1st November next, for the par The following officers bave obtained leave of absence from pose of proceeding to the hills. heir statious :

Judicial 19th May 1838. -Mr. A. Reid, civil assistant surgeda Mr. John Fitzpatrick, assistant revenne surveyor, in charge of Boolundshuhnr, bas obtained leave of absence, ou his private of Balasore survey, for two months, ou privute affairs

affairs, for one month, from the Ist proximo.

Judicial and Revenue. -Mr. W. c. S. Cunninghame, ir ap. secretary to the Government of Bengal, in the judicial and repointed to officiate as joint-magistrate and deputy collector of venue department, has been permitted to proceed to Singa Ghazeepoor. pore, on medical certificate, and to be absent on that account for General department, Simiah, the 21st May, 1938.- Revenue. six months, for the restoration of his health.

- Mr. M. P. Edgeworth is appointed to be a deputy collector for FRED. JAS. BALLIDAY. the investigation of claims to hold land exempt from paymcat See, to the Govt, of Bengal. of revenue, in the dis.rict of Moozoffarouggur.

, doput:

The 26th Vay, 1838.-Judicial. Khadim Hogsein Khan, sud

No I of 1838. der a meen of Cawapoor, las obtained leave of absence on bis List of Rank of an assistant surgeon for Bengal, private affairs, for two months, commencing from the 18th March To rank from the date of the sailing from Gravesend of the Jast.

ship by which he proceeded. General department, Simla, the 28th May, 1838.-Judicial - James Alexander Dunbar, M.D., Kyle, sailed 12th Dec. 1837. The following officers bave obta ned leave of absence from their

(Signed)

PÄILIP MELVILL, stations :

Secy. Mily, Dept. Mr. G. W. Bacoq, judge of Saharunporr, "for fifteen days, on East India-Horse, 5 h January, 1838. his pri, ate affairs. Mr. Bacon bas been authorized to make over

(A trne copy.) charge of his office to Mr. E. Thomas, who will conduct the cur.

(Signed) JAMES C. MELVILL, Secy. rent duties thereof during Mr. Bacon's absence.

East India House, London, the 16th January 1838. Mokund Sivg Pucbooree, principal sudder ameen of Agra, for No. 77 of 1838.-The Hon. tbe President in Council is pleased four days,

to direct that the followin circular letter from the war office, 291h May, The 1838.- Mr. T. P. B. Biscoe, is placed at the dis: dated 13th December, 1837, on the subject of the wills of soldiers posal of the Hon'ble the deputy Governor of Bengal.

of Her Majesty's service, dying in hospital, be published for Simla, Jure, 4th 1838.-Judicial and Revenne.-The Right gen:ral information : Hon the Governor General having been pleased to revise the list

Circular, No. 822. of officers exercising the powers of joint magistrate and deputy

War Office, 13th December, 1837. collector, bas resolved, that a certain number of tbem shall con.

Sir,-There being reason to believe that the wills of soldiers stitnte a lower grade of joint magistrates and depnty collectors, dying iu hospital are sometimes obtained in favour of their comwith tbe salaries formerly alloted to head'assistants. The follow

rades by undue means, I am directed to request ing officers are accordingly appointed joint magistrates and

G, 86,513, that you will give the necessary instructions, that, deputy collectors of the second grade, at the stations noted below : assistant surgeon shall in every instance, when practicable, be

in addition to any other witness, the surgeou or Mr. F. Williams

Bareilly. Mr. T. H. Sympson

Bijuore.

present at the execution of the wills of soldiars in bospital, and Mr. J. A. Craigie

Braon

that be affix a declaration to such wills, stating whether the Mr. C. Tucker ..

Azimgurh.

parties were in a fit state of inind at the time to execute the Mr. E H C. Monckton

Sha hjehan poor. Mr, H.St. G. Tucker

Juanpoor.

I am further instructed to request that whenever a will not Mr. F R Davidson

Benares.

coutaining such a declaration, shall in futurc be transmitted to Mr. S. J. Beehir

this office, you will aonex thereto an explanation of the circum.

Fottehpoor. Mr. R Alexander ........

stances, and will withhold all payments at the regiment arising

Agra. Mr. E Thomas .............

thereon until the decision of the secretary at war be notified.

Saharanpoor. Mr J. Maberly

Moozuffarouggur.

The soldiers serving in the regiment under your cammand Mr. H S. Ravenshaw

Paneepat.

inust be apprized of the adoption of these regulations, and their General department, Simla, 61h June, 1838. -- R-venue.- substance must be stated in written, or printed notices, to be Rao Ma nick Chaud, deputy collector under Regulation ix. of struck up in conspicuous places in the different hospitals. 1838, in Goruckpoor, bas obtained leave of absence for liteeu

I have, &c. days, from the 28th April last, on his private affairs

(Signed) L, SULIVAN. J. THOMASON,

Officer commaudinig
Ofo. Sec. to the Govr. Genl. N. W. P.

Regt. of

same.

MILITARY.

No. 78 of 1838.-The following paragraphs of military letters,

Nos. 18 aud 28, dated the 21st February and 14th March 1938 BY THE PRESIDENT IN COUNCIL.

from the Hon. the Court of Directors to the address of the Gov.

ernor of Bengal, are published for general information : Fort William, 20th May, 1*34.No. 76 of 1838. The follow.

Letter from Court, No. 18, dated 2 1st February, 1838. Tng lists of raak of cadets of artillery and infautry, and of an

“ Para 3. We have granted additional leave to the following assistant surgeon, appointed for the Bengal presidency, are pub- officers, viz. lished for general information :

Brevet colonel George Hanter, and, liegtenant colonel Joba No. of 1838.-List of rank of cadets for the Bengal artillery Anderson, for six months. and infantry.

Major A. F Richmond, to post poue bis departure until Ist For the artillery. To rank from the Nih December, 1837, the September, 1838. day ou wbieb they passed their public exanization, and in the

Captain Robert Taylor, licutenants W. S. Pillans, Thomas following order, provided the shipg hy which they proceed sail Goddard and William Juues, ensigu Frederick Adams, and su. from Gravesend on or before the lith March, 1838.

perintending surgeon Tweedie, for six months. Heury Price de Teissier, and Robert Robertson Bruce.

4. We bave placed lieutenant G. C. S. Goodday on the re. For the infantry. - To rank from the 11th December 1837, the tired list. This vacancy has effect from the 29th July, 1836. day on which they passed their public examination, and in the

5. We bave permitted brevet captain John Hochain to retiro following order, provided the ships on which they'embark sail froin the service. This vacancy bas effect from the 19th Aug. from Gravesend on or before the 11th March, 183

1837 Edward Wil'iano Salusbury; Geor:e Oyle Jacob ; William

6. Assistant surgeon Julius Jeffreys, of the invalid establish Baillie : John Lambert ; Johu Arıbur Howard Gorges; Donald ment at your presidency, has been placed on the retired list. Macleod-; Humpbray Thomas Repton ; Ellward John Boileau ;

7. Surgeon Alexander Scott, of your establishment, has been Robert Reynolds ; William Frederick Newton Wallace : Charles permitted to retire from the service. This vacancy has effect Samael Jubn Terrot ; Wiliam Spiller Ferris ; Edward Donald fro the 8th July, 1836." Vooreseen ; Francis Geach Crossinan ; James 'vetcalfe Lockett : Letter from Court, No. 28 dated 14th March, 1838. William Campbell ; Charles Metcalfe Sneyd ; Robert Campbell ;

" Para. 2. We bave granted additional leave to the following: Charles Newton; Edward Newton Dickenson

officers, viz. To rank from the 12th Hecember 1887, agrecable to the reso.

Lieutenant colonel P. M. Hay, for six mouths. bition of Court of the 4tb December, 1833, and in the following

Ditto

D. Hawthorne, till June. order ; vis

Surgeon Andrew Murray, m. 1., asst. surg. Ebenezer Mitchell Crawford Trotter Chamberlain, A ppd. 4th Oct. 1837, Robarts, and Eusign Robert Hay, for six months.". sailed 28th Oct. 1837.

No, 79 of 1838.-In conformty with the instrucitons of the Hon. Henry Hopkinson, Appd. 8tà Nov. 1837, David Scott, sailed the Court of Directors, the following paragraps of their military 260 Nov. 1837.

letter, No. 29, da the 11th March, 1838, are published in gene. To rank from the date of the sailing from Gravesend of the ral orders: Ship by which he proceeded.

6). We have the satisfaction to announce to you ibat Her John Palmer Caulfeild,' Kyle, mailed 12th Doc. 1837.

Majesty bas been graciously, pleased to nominate and appoint To rank from the date of the sailing from Gravesend of the inajor general Sir Henry Worseley, K.C.B., to be a knight ship by which the paragraph announcing luis appointment, was grand cross of the most bon military order of the Batb, in the despatched : viz:

room of major general Sir John W. Adams, deceased ; and Andrew Georgo Colebrooke Sutherland, (abroad,) para. per major general Donald Macleod, c. 3., to be a knight coinman Justina, sailed 12th December, 1837.

der of the above order, in the room of major general sir Henry To rank from the date of the sailing from Gravesend of the Worsely. Ship by which they proceeded, and in ibe following order ; viz. 2. You will be pleased 10 publisha Ibis dispatch in general

George Edward Ford, Malcolm, sailed 21st December, 1837, orders.
Frederick Thomas Paterson, ditto, ditto.

su da No. 80 of 1838 -Lieutenant Charles Boulton, of the 47th regi. Roland Rees Mainwaring, ditt, ditto.

ment native infantry, is promoted to the rank of captaiu by bre. Charles Sheppard Reyuolds , dilto, ditto.

vel, from the 230 May, 1838. Henry Jonn Edwardes, ditto, ditto.

Major Richard Benson, of the 11th regiment natire infantry, (Signed) PHILIP MELVILL,

bns returned to his daty on this establisbment, without prejndice

Secy, Mily. Depl. to his rank, by permission of the Hon. the Court of Directars, * East India. House, Bth January, 1838.

date of arrival at Fort William, 24th May, 1838. (A trae copy)

The undermentioned gentlemen are admitted to the service in (Sigoed) JAMÉS C. MELVILL, Secy. conformity with their appointment by the Hon. the Court of East India-House, London, the 16th January, 1838.

Directors, as cadets of artillery and infantry, on this establiah. "The 8th June, 1838. Mr. A. 'Littledale to be assistant 10 tbe Polistcal department, 131h June, 1838 --Colonel Pedro Jose magistrate and collector of Dacca.

DaCosta Pacheco has been appointed by the Brazilian GoJudicial and revenue department. The following officers bave vernment to be Brazilian Consul General in the British dominions obtained leave of absence from their stations :

in Asia, and under the orders of the lion Court of Directors, the

authorities of the several presidencies in India are hereby reJune 6, 1838.- Mr. R. Finney, deputy collector under Re quired to recognize the saidi Consul General as representing the gulation 1x of 1838, in zillab Midnapore, an extention of two said Government of Brazils accordingly months leave of absence from the 19th ultimo.

General department, 13ih June, 1838. - Mr William Browu Fort William, general department, the 6th June, 1838-The uncovenanted deraly collector at Balasore, is appointed ex-officio Hon. the Deputy Governor of Bengal is pleased to make the post-laster at that station. following appoint monts :

H. T. PRINSEP, Mr. William Balbetchet to be aassistant to the resident cann

Sec. to the Govt. of India. oillor at Singapore, vice Mr. R. F. Wingrove proceeded to Europe.

Mr. William Thomas Lewis to be assistant to the resident June 1812, 1838.-Tarneepersaud Pundit, Arst sadder ameen councillor at Penang, vice Mr. Balhetchet.

of east Burdwan, for two months, on account of ilt bealth. Mr. J. B. Westerbout to be assistant to the resident council.gal, has been pleased to make the following appointments :

June, 19th 1838.-The Hon. the deputy Governor of Betlor at Malacca.

Mr. G. P Leycester, has been authorized to exevelse tempora. The extension of leave "granted under the orders of Govern. rily the powers of joint-magistrate and deputy collector in ment, dated the 28th February last, to Mr. J. W Saloood, presì. zillah Hooghly. dent councillor at Prince of Wales Island, to the 6th of April, is Mr. T. c. Trotter, bas been authorized to exercise similar cancelled from the 28th March, the date on which he resumed powers of zillab Midnapore, *utill further ordera. charge of his office.

The following officers bave obtainąd leave of absence from their The leave of absence granted under the orders of Governnient stations : dated the 9th August, 1837, to Mr. Samuel Garling, resident Mr. T, Young, officia ing joitt-magistrate and deputy collector councillor at Malacca, for six months, is cancelled from the 20th of a Noacolly, for one montb, on private affairs, from the Ist April last, the date on which he resumed charge of his office. proximo. Separate department. The Hon. the Deputy Governor of Charles Metcalf Ochterlovy. Bart., having passed an examination

Fort William, general department, 20th June, 1838.—Sir Bengal is pleased to make the following appointments: Mr. John Trotter to be temporary member of the board of cua service by proficiency in two of the native Inuguages, the order

on the Isth instant, and being reported qualified for the public toms, salt and opium, and of the marine board. Mr. H. S. Lane-to be opium agent of the Benares division, is cancelled.

issued on the 9th ultimo, for that gentleman's ieturo to England, vice Mr.J. Trofter,

Mr. H. Aubert is Appointed to officiate, vice Mr. Williain Ecclesiastical department. The Hon. the Deputy Governor Adam, for Mr J B. Marriga, as clerk to the committee for cop. of Beogal is pleased to permit the Rev. Charles Rawlins, officiat. trolling the expenditure of stationery. ing district chaplain at Patna, to proceed to the bills for a

June, 22nd, 1838 - Mr. Staníforth, special deputy collector period of one year, on medical certificate.

of Rajeshaby, &c. for two years, on medical certificate, to proLeave for one month has been granted to the Rer. Richard reed to the Cape of Good Hope, and eventually to New South Arnold, district chaplain at Cuttack, by the Right Rev, the Wales. Lord Bishop of Calcutta, to take effect from the 2d instant.

Air. G. A. C. Plnwden, officiating deputy secretary to the June, 8, 1838.Baboo Ryjnath Sen, second principal suilder Government of Bengal, in the judicial and revenue de partent, ameen 'in Jessore, for a fortnight, from the 14lb instant, on 18th instant, the date on which the pilot ieri the ves-ei at sea.

bas reported his deparıure on the Sylph, lo Singapore on the private affairs. June 12, 1898.-The Hon. the deputy Gorernor of Bengal

FRED. JAS. HALLIDAY,, bas been pleused to make the following appointments :

Secy. to Govt. of Bengal, Moulavee Najjumool Huk, to be sudder ameen of Moorsheda. bad, vice Moulavee Mohummud Khoorshed. shaik Obedoollah, to be principal sudder ameen in Chittagong,

BY THE GOVERNOR OENERAL. vice Mr. G Doucett, deceased.

Moulavee Ashruf Alee, to be sudder ameen in Chittagong, vice Shaik Obedoollah.

Roy Radba Govind Soom to be principal solder ameen of th - Political department, Simia, the 22d May, 1838. Mr. Assis. 24- pergunvabs, vice Hafeczooddeen Ahmed dismissed.

taut Surgeon M. M. Rind, of the 68th regiment natire infantry. The following officers have obiained leave of absence from was appointed on the 21st instant, to the inedical charge of the tbeir station.

political agency at Mundlaisir, vice assistant surgeon A. W. Mr G. N. Cheek, assistant surgeon, attached to the civil sta- Steart promoted. tion of Burdawn, for four days, for the purpose of visiting the By order of the Right Honthe Goreriior General of India, presidency, on private affairs.

Political department, Simla, 4th June, 1835.- Lieutenant Judicial and Revenne department, the 12th June, 1838.-Thr John Maitland, of the Madras artillery, tras this day been appoint. Hon. the deputy Governor of Bengal has been pleased to make ed to be an assistant to the commissioner for the Goveronient of the following appointments :

the territories of his Highness the Rajah of Mysore. Hassan Alli Khan Bebadoor, to be deputy collector under Re. Lieutenant R. Cannon, of the 10th regiment Ma Iras native gulation IX. of 1833, in zillah of Hidgellee.

infantry, to be ditto to ditto ditto. Baboo Omachurn Bhuttacharjee to be ditto ditto under ditto, Political departntent, Simla, 14th June, 1833..Lieutenant in ditto.

W.F. Eden, the 3. assistant to the resident at Indore, joined Mahomed Irfan Khan Bebadoor, to be ditto alito under ditto, in his station on the 15th ultimo. ditto.

By order of the Right Hon. the Governor General of India, Babou Radhanath Gangoolee, to be ditto ditto under ditto, in

A TORRENS, ditto.

* Dep. Sec. to the Govt. of India, with the Gorr. Gent. Mr. J. R. B. Bennett, to be ditto ditto under ditto, in ditto. Baboo Harreehur Dott, to be ditto ditto uuder ditto, in ditto.

Boboo Rogoonath Buse, to be ditta ditto uuder ditio, in zillab Chittagong, vice Moalvee Busburwoolla resigned.

BY THE GOVERNOR GENERAL FOR THB N. W. P. Baboo Issur Chunder Sein, to be ditto ditto under ditio, in ditto, Tice Baboo Goluckchunder Boll resigned.

Baboo Doorgapursaud Ghose, to be ditto ditto under ditto, in ditto. General department Simla, the 16th May, 1838.- Separale.

Baboo Ram Chunder Mitter and Baboo Domacaunt Sein, de revenue:-Mr. G. H. Smith, collector of customs, N. W. fronputy collectors under Regulation IX. 1833, have exchanged lier, is rested with the powers of a depnty opium agent under districts, the former having been transferred to Mymansing, and clause 1, section xix, Regulation VII. of 1824, in the districts he letter to the 31-pergunnahs.

of the Delhi and Meerut divisions, Mr. W. N. O'B Dennebey, a ditto ditto under ditto, in Jessore, Revenue.-Mr. J. Thornton, settlement officer in zillab Ally. has been placed under the commissioner of the Soonderbuns, and glur, bas obtained leave of absence, on medical certificato, from Mr. G. Herklots, a ditto dito under ditto transferred to Jessore the date on abich be left bis station, under leave granted by the under Mr. K. Lowth.

officiating commissioner, to the 1st November next, for the purThe following officers bare obtained leave of absence from pose of proceediog to the hills. heir statious:

Judicial. 19th May 1938.- Mr. A. Reid, civil assistant sırgeon Mr. Jobn Pilz Patrick, assistant reveane surveyor, in charge of Boolundsbubor, bas obtained leave of absence, on his privato of Balasore survey, for two months, ou privata affairs

affairs, for one month, from the Ist proximo. June, 13, 1838 - Mr. O. A, C Plowden, officiating deputy Judicial and Revenue --Mr. W. c. S. Cunningbame, is apsecretary to the Government of Bengal, in the judicial and re pointed to officiate as joint-magistrate and deputy collector of vende department, has been permitted to proceed to Singa Ghazeepoor. pore, on medical certificate, and to be absent on that account for General department, Simlah, the 31st May, 1938.- Revenue. six mouths, for the restoration of his health.

- Mr. M. P. Édgeworth is appointed to be a deputy collector for FRED, JAS. HALLIDAY. the investigation of claims to hold land exempt from payment

Seo, to the Govt, of Bengal. of revenue, in the dis.rict of Moozutfuruuggur.

The 26th Vay, 1838.-Judicial. Khadim Hossein Khan, sud.

No I of 1838. der ameen of Cawapoor, has obtained leave of absence on his List of Rank or an assistant surgeon for Bengal. private affairs, for two months, commeucing from the Isth March To rank from the date of the sailing from Oravesend of the last.

ship by which he proceeded. General deparlment, Simla, the 28th May, 1838 Judicial - James Alexander Dunbar, M. D., Kyle, sailed 12th Dec. 1837. The following oflicers have obta ned leave of absence from their

(Sigaed) PÄILIP MELVILL, stations :

Secy. Mily. Dept. Mr. G. W. Bacon, judge of Saharunporr, "for fifteen days, ou East India House, 5 h January, 1938. his pri ate affairs. Mr. Bacon bas been authorized to make ovor

(A trne copy.) charge of his office to Mr. E. Thomas, who will conduct tho cur.

(Signed) JAMES C. MELVILL, Secy. rent duties thereof during Mr. Hacon's absence.

East India House, London, the 16th January 1838. Mokund Sing Puchooree, principal sudder ameen of Agra, for No. 77 of 1838.-The Hon. the President in Council is pleased four days.

to direct that the following circular letter from the war office, 29th May, The 1838. — Mr. T. P. B. Biscoe, is placed at the dis dated 13th December, 1837, on the subject of the wills of soldier's posal of the Hon'ble the deputy Governor of Bengal.

of Her Majesty's service, dying in hospital, be published for Simla, June, 4th 1838 -Judicial and Revenne. -The Right gen-ral information : Hon the Governur General having been pleased to revise the list

Circular, No.822. of officers exercising the powers of joint magistrate and deputy

sin: War Office, 13th December, 1837. collector, bas resolved, that a certaio puber of them shall.com dying iu hospital are sometimes

obtained in favour of their com.

Sir, -There being reason to believe that the wills of soldiers stitnte a lower grade of joint magistrates and deputy collectors, with tbe salaries formerly alloted to bead'assistants. The follow.

rades by undue means, I am directed to request ing officers aro accordingly appointed joint magistrates and

G. 36,513, that you will give the necessary instructions, that, deputy collectors of the second grade, at the stations noted below: assistant surgeon shall in every instance, when practicable, be

in addition to any other witness, the surgeon or Mr. F. Williams

Bareilly. Mr. T. H. Sympson ..........

Bijuore.

present at the execution of the wills of soldiars in hospital, and Mr. J. A. Craigie

that he atliv a declaration to such wills, stating whether the Bidaon

Azimgurh. Mr. H. C. Tucker ..

parties were in a fit slate of iniud at the time to execute the Mr. E HC. Monckton

Shehjehan poor.

I am further instructed to request that whenever a will not Mr. H.St. G. Tucker

Juaupoor.

coutaining such a declaration, shall in future be transmitted to Mr. F. R Davidson

Benares.

this office, you will aonex thereto an explanation of the circum. Mr. S. J. Becher

Futtehpoor. Mr. R Alexander

stances, and will withhold all payments at the regiment arising

Agra. Mr. E Thomas .................

Saharunpoor.

thereon until the decision of the secretary at war be notified. Mr J. Maberly

Moozuffarnuggur,

The soldiers serving in the regiment under your cammand Mr. H S. Ravenshaw ....

must be apprized of the adoption of these regulations, and their

Panee pat. General department, Simla, 61h June, 1838.-Revenue.- substance must be stated in writtea, or printed notices, to be Rao Manick Choud, deputy collector under Regulation 1x. of struck up in conspicuous places in the different hospitals.

I have, &c. 1838, in Coruckpoor, has obtained leave of absence for fifteeu

(Signed) L, SULIVAN. days, from the 28th April last, on his private affairs.

J. THOMASON,

Officer commanditis
Ofo. Sec. to the Govr. Geni. N, W. P.

Regt. of

.

same.

MILITARY.

No. 78 of 1838. The following paragraphs of military letters,

Nos 18 and 28, dated the 21st February and 14th March 1938, BY THE PRESIDENT IN COUNCIL.

from the Hoo, the Court of Directors toithe address of the Gov.

ernor of Bengal, are published for general information : Fort William, 28th May, 1938.-No. 76 of 1838. The follow.

Letter from Court, No. 18, dated 21st February, 1838. fhg lists of raak of cadets of artillery and infautry, and of an

• Para 3. We have granted additional leave to the following assistant surgeon, appointed for the Bengal presidency, are pub- officers, vis.. hushed for general information :

Brevet colonel George Hanter, and lieutenant colonel Joba. No. of 1838.-List of rauk of cadets for the Bengal artillery Anderson, for six months, and infantry.

Major Å. F Richmond, to postpone his departure until ist For the artillery -To rank from the Nih December, 1837, the Septeinber, 1838. day oo wbicb they passed their public examination, and in the

Captain Robert Taylor, licutenants W. S. Pillans, Thomas following order, provided the shipp-by which they proceed sail Goddard and William Inues, ensigu Frederick Adams, and sile from Gravesend on or before the lith March, 1838.

perintending surgeon Tweedie, for six months. Henry Price de Teissier, and Robert Robertson Bruce.

4. We bare placed lieutenant G. C. S. Goodday on the re. For the infratry.-To rank from the ilth December 1837, the tired list. This vacancy has effect from the 29th July, 1836 day on which they passed their public examination, and in the

5. We have permitted breyet captain John Hothain to retiro following order, provided tbe ships on which they embark sail from the service. This vacancy bas ellect from the 19th Aug. from Gravesend on or before the ilth March, 183,

1837 Edward Wil'iann Salusbury; Geor!e Ogle Jacob ; William

6. Assistant surgeon Julius Jeffreys, of the invalid establish Baillie, John Lambert ; Joha Aribur Howard Gorges; Donala ment at your presidency, has been placed on the retired list. Macleod : Bumpbray Thomas Repton ; Edward John Boileau ;

7. Surgeon Alexander Scott, of your establishment, bás been Robert Reynolds ; William Frederick Newton Wallace : Charles permitted to retire from the service. This vacancy has effect Samuel John Terroi; Wiliam Spiller Ferpis ; Edward Donald fro the 8th July, 1836." Vooredeen; Francis Geach Crossman ; James vetcalfe Lockett ;

Letter from Court, No. 28 dated 14th March, 1838. William Campbell ; Charles Metcalfe Sneyd ; Robert Campbell ;

** Para, 2, We have granted additional leave to the following Charles Newton : Edward Newton Dickenson

officers, viz. To rank from the 12th Wecember 1887, agreeable to the reso.

Lieuteuaut colonel P. B. Hay, for six months, bution of Court of the 4th Deceunber, 1833, and in tba following

Ditto

D. Hawthorne, till June. order ; vis

Surgeon Andrew Murray, m. 0., asst. surg. Ebenezer Mitchell Crawford Trotter Chamberlain, Appd. 4th Oct. 1837, Robarts, and Eusign Robert Hay, for six months.". sailed 28th Oct, 1837. . **

No, 79 of 1838.-In conformty with the instrucitons of the Hon. Henry Hopkinson, Appd. 8th Nov. 1837, David Scott, sailed the Court of Directors, the following paragraps of their military 26th Nov. 1837.

letter, No. 29, dated the 11th March, 1838, are published in genta To rank from the date of the sailing from Gravesend of the ral orders: Ship by which he proceeded.

We have the satisfaction to announce to you that Her John Palmer Caulfeild,'Ryle, sailed 12th Dec. 1837.

Majesty has been graciously pleased to nominate and appoint To rank fiom the date of the sailing from Gravesend of the najor general Sir Heary Worseley, K. c. B., to be a knight ship by, which the paragraph ápnouncing his appointment, was grand cross of the most bon military order of the Batb, in the despatched ; vis."

room of major general Sir Johni' w. Adams, deceased; and Andrew George Colebrooke Sutherland, (abroad,) para. per major general Donald Macleod, c. 8., to be a koight comman Justina, sailed 12th December, 1837.

der of the above order, in the room of major general bir Henry To rank from the date of the sailing from Gravesend of the Worsely. Sbip by which they proceeded, and in the following order ; viz.

2. You will be pleased 10 publisi ebis dispatch in general George Edward Ford, Malcolm, sailed 21 st December, 1837,

orders." Frederick Thomas Paterson, ditto, ditto,

No. 80 of 1838 -Lieutenant Charles Boulton, of (be 47tb regiRolaad Reos Mainwaring. ditt, ditto.

ment dative infantry, is promoted to the rank of captain by brc. Charles Sheppard Reynolds, ditto, ditto.

ret, from the 230 May, 1838. Henry Jonn Edwardes, ditlo, ditto.

Major Richard Benson, of the 11th regiment native infantry, (signed) PHILIP MELVILL, bas returned to his daty on this establishment, without prejndice

Secy. Mily. Dept. to his rank, by permission of the Hon. the Court of Directars, East India-House, 5th January, 1838.

date of arrival at Fort William, 24th May, 1838. (A tige copy )

The undermentioned gentlemen aro Admitted to the service in (Signed) JAMÉS C. MELVILL, Secy. conformity with their appointment by the Hon. the Court of East India-House, London, the 16th January, 1838. Directors, as cadets of artillery and infantry, ou this establish.

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ment, and promoted to the rank of 2d lieutenant and ensign res do. Ist March 1838 ; do. T. M. Munro retired ; do. J. Smyth, N. D., pectively, leaving the dates of their commissions to be adjusted do. Ist mareli ;1838, do. J. Turner ditto. hereafter :

No. 6 of 1838.--Mr. Francis Ceach crossman, is admitted to Artillery --Mr. Robert Dobertson Bruce, date of arrival at the service in conforunity with his appointment by the Hon, Fort William, 241h May, 1838.

the Court of Directors, as a cadet of infautry on this establishInfantry.-Messrs. Thomas Wilkinson Gordon, Francis James ment, and pretpoted to the rank of essign, leaving the date of btw Smalpage, Evan Philip Tighman Neptan, James Metcalfe Loc. commission for future adjustuent.-Date of arrival at Fort Wil. kett, and Arthur Samuel Mills, date of a rival at Fort William liam, 26th May, 1838. 21th May, 1838 ; Augustus Jacob Vanrenen, and Edward Donald 2d Lieutenant l'ownsend James William Hungerford, of the Vanrenen, ditto 25th ditto.

regiment of artillery, has returned to his dnty on this estahlsti. Mr. James Goodtad Wollen having satisfied Goverament on ment, without prejudice to bis rank, by permission of the Bout. the points of qualification prescribed by existing regulations, is the Court of Directors.-Date of arrival at Fort Williard, zeth admitted to the service as a cadet of infantry on this establish. May, 1838. ment, agreeably to instructiove from the fon the Court of Directa Lieutenant Edward Pinckard B.yant, of the 68th regiment. ors, Mr. Wollen is proinoted to the rank of ensigo, leaving the native infapury, is permitted to proceed to Europe, ou furlough, date of his commission for future adjastmeo. Mr. Wollen on account of luis private affairs. reported bis arrival to the town major of Fort William on the The leave of absence granted to Captain Richard Courtenay 19th May, 1838.

Johnson, of the soul regiment native in ant y, in G.0. Ne. 41 Ensign Charles Gustavns Walsh, of the 14th regiment native of the 224 February, 1836, to visit Van Dicmao's Land, is extend. infantry, is permitted to proceed to Europe on furlouglu, on ac-ed to twenty-vine days beyond the period therein stated, count of his private affairs,

The Hon. the President in Council is pleased to make the Gunner Da Ponte, of the artillery, was appointed on the 14th following promotions in the Calcutta native militia instant, an assistant overseer in the department of public works Jemadais Hunsraj Doss and Motec Sing, to be subndars, rice on the sidary allowed for that rank, and placed at the disposal of Sex dial Sing and Kampsuai cing, transferred to the invalid estaba the superinieuding engiueer north western provinces.

lishinent. Fori William, 28th May, 1838.-No. 82 of 1838.—The Hon. Havildars Ralbay Doss and Mabarnj Manto, to be Jemadars, iu the President in Council is pleased to direct, that the following succession to Hunsraj Doss and Molee Sing, promoted. extraet of a military despatch from the Honourable the Court of

Fort William, 11th June, 1838, No. 87 of 1838. -The following Directors to the Government of Fort St. Geoge, No. 17, dated appointment was made by the Hon the President in Council, 2181 February, 1539, the directions contained in which are declar: in the secret and separate departinent, under date the 3. tb ed to be equally applicable to this presidency, be published in ultimo. general orders:

1. Major Richard Benson of the 11th regiment native infantry to Exiract mililary lelter to Fort St. George, No. 17, daled 31st be resident at Ayn, with the official rauk of colouel.

February, 1838 Reply to letter daled 30th March 1837, (No. 15.)

The oudermentioned officers are promoted to the rank of 19. We observe that you had permitted an officer, (Lieutenant captain by brevet, from the date expressed opposite 'o their

Pearson ) to retire in Judia upoo half pay. names : 4. Certaiy officers No anthority to permit of such retirements Regiment of artilery.-15€ lieutenants Francis Dashwood, permitted to retire bas yet been given by 18. 10 the local Co. Ceorge campbeil, William Soltan Pillaus, Gtogo Henry Swiu from the service. Verüments; and as we think it undesirable ley, Williain Elward John Aodusen, George Ellis, Francis Rud.

that officers whose health requires them to 'dle Bazely, James Abbutt, and Francis Burton Boileau, 6th return to Europe should be granted a pension op retirement ex. juue, 1838. cept upon their satisfying us at the close of their furlough that

Nr. Thomas Pottinger having satisfied Government on the their health will not permit their continuing to serve in ladia, we points of qualification prescribed by existing regulations, is desire that you will not again graut a similar permission.

admitted to the service as a cadet of infantry, on this establishNo. 83 of 1838. -The Hon. the President in Council is pleased ment, Agreeably 10 justructions from the Hon. the Court or to direct, that the following extract paragraph 34, of a nilitary Directors. Mr. Pottinger is promoted t. the rank of «nsiga, letter from the Hon. the Court of Directors, No. 30, dated Ifth leaving the date of luis commission for future ndjustmurut, Nr. March, 1835, be published in general orders :

Puttinger reported his arrival to the town major of Fort William, Letter No. 30 dated 19th March, 1838.- Para, 84" We take on the 7th June, 1835. this opportunity of apprizing you, that Colonels of regiments No. 88 of 1038.-& special committee of inquiry, composed of who have succeeded to off-reckoniuge, inay be permitted to the officers bereinafter named, will assemble al Beuares, as reside in India anemployed in the same manner and with the soon as may be practicable, for the investigation of such matter same allowances as major generals similarly circumstanced. as will be commouicated to the president, with fuil instructions

Fort William 4th June, 1838.--No. 81 of 1:38.-The Hon. by the orice ting secretary to the Government of India in the The President in Council is pleased to make the following promo. nilitary department. tions and alteration of lank :

President. - Major J Thomson, 31st regiment native infantry Regiment of artillery -21 Lieutenant Alfred Cooper Hut.

Members ---Cautain Lewes assistant comunissary general, and chinson, to be Ist Lieutenant, vice ist Lieutenant and Breset Cap captain Baru, ta regiment native infauti ya tain Johor Hotham, retired, will rank from the 25th April, 1838, The deputy judeo ndiocate geveral of the Dinapore and Device 1st Licutenant and Brevet Captain John Lealand Mowatt, bares divisions will attend the committee and conduct the pro. promoted.

credings under the justructions to be conveyer to the p'csidene Left wing European regiment.-Ensign John Fagan, to be by the colliciting military secretary to the Goverument of India Lieutenant, vice Liutenant George Christopher Smyth Goodday, For! Wilam, 1814 June, 19.3.-No:. !0 of 1818.-Lieutenant retired, with rauk from the 5th March, 1838, vice Lieutenant llamiltou Veich, of the 5 h regiment native infantry, is premor. Alister Stewart, promoted.

ed to the rank of captain by brevet, from the 19th June 18.38. Medical department. --Assistant Surgion Robert Rankine, to Surgeon George Smith, or the inedical department, is permitted be surgeon, vice Surgeon Alexander Scott retired, with rank to proceed to New South Wales, for the recove y or his health from the 17th March, 1838, vice Surgeon Robert Tytler, M. D, and to be absent from Bengal, on that account so iwo years. deceased.

| Captain Alexander McKinnon, of he 424 regiment notive in. ALTERATION OF RANK.

tantry, is permitted :o retire from the service of the East Indian Regiment of artillery.— Ist Lieutenant J. L. C. Richardson, Company, on the pension of a numjor, from the date of sailing of to rauk from 1911 Aug. 1837, vice J. Hotham, retired ; do. M. the siip on which he may embark for furope. Mackenzie, do. 11th Oct. 1837 ; do. W. Anderson, promuted ; do. Breset Capitolul and Liente pant F, Dashwood, of the regimeot W. Timbrell, do 16th Oct. 1837; do J. Turton ditto; do. W.K• of artillery, assistant secretary to the mil tory board, is promitted, Warner, do. 17th Nov. 1837 ; do A. Cardew, des ensei; do C in anticipativa of the leare applied for rough his Excelleney Stewart, do: 20th Feb. 1838 ; do. G. J. Cookson, eitto; and do. C., the Commander-in-Chief to proceed to siugapore, in urgent Boulton do. 2016 April 1838; do. F. Brind, promoted.

private aflinis, and to be absent on that at conut for six monthus. Left wing European regiment.--Lieutenant D. Senton, to rank No. 01 of 1838 –Tue foliowing paras. of militry letters from from 20th July 1886, vice G. C. S. Gondday, retired; do. E. the Hon, the Court of Di ectors to the Governor of Bengal, are Magnay, do, 5th Nov. 1838 ; do. W. Shortreed, promoted; and do. published for geueral information : H. A. Walker, do, 11th Nov. 1837 ; do. T. Lysight, dito.

Leller No. 39, dated 10th April, 19.38. Medical department.-Surgeon J. F. Steunrt, D., to rank 2. Additional teave bas been granted to the following ollicers from 8th July 1836, rice A. Scott, retired; do. A McK Clark, 19. viz Ilth Nov. 1836; do. J. Clarke, deceased ; do. J. Coivin, M. D. Captains E. E. Ludlow and William Hunter, Lieutenants do, 25th Dec, 18-6; do. W. A Venour, retired ; do. W. Steve? - Charles Lowth and PW. Cornish, for six months. 800, Sr. do. Ist Feb. 1837; do N. Maxwell, M, D., do; do. W, Lieutevant A. Barry, for three months. Bell, do, 5th March 1837 ; do. J. Tytler deceased ; do. I Grieg, The following oflicers have been permitted to retire from do. 21st March 1837 ; do. d. J. Paterson, ditto, ; do. J. S. Sulic the service from the dates specified, viz ved, do. Ist May 1837 ; do. R. Grabame, invalided ; do. J. W. Major Alexander Horsburgh, from the 1st March 1888. Grant, do, 31 May 1837 ; do. Joseph Duncan, deceased ; do R Captaiu C. S. Bai berie, from the 2016 February 1838: Shaw, do. 13111 July, 1837; do. D. Renton, ditu; do. A. W Ensign Cosmo A. Hepburne, from the 25th February 1839. Steeri, do 31th July 1x37; W.P. Mustoa, ditto; no C. c. lagert,

Letter Na. 41, dated 11th April, 1*39. on, "lo. Ist Aus, 1837 ; do. W. Thoinas,retired; tlo. J. Menzirs We have permitted surgeon Thomas Stogart, of year establish. do 31st Dec. 1837; do. J. Swinry, M. D., ditto ; do. B. Wilson, oeut, to retire from the Company's service ; his retirement wu wv, 1964 F¢b, 1838 ; do. J.A, Todudeceased; do. J. McCaveston, ftake efft ut from the oth April 1838.

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