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Military Promotions.

Bourbon Regiment.

Cornet John Morshead, from the 18th Light Dragoons, to be Lieutenant, vice Hill house, promoted.

Watteville's Regiment.

Major Rodolphe de May, to be Lieutenant-Colonel, vice Watteville, appointed to the command of the Regiment.

Captain Charles de Villatte to be Major, vice May.

Lieutenant Rodolphe Steiger to be Captain of a Company, vice de Villatte.
Ensign Samuel de la Pierre to be Lieutenant, vice Steiger.

The King's German Legion.

1st Battalion of Light Infantry.-To be Ensigns.-Nicholas de Miniussir, Gent. vice Fincke, promoted; Harry Leanhart, Gent, vice Breyman, promoted.

2d Battalion of Light Infantry.-To be Ensigns.-George Drummond, Gent. vice Fincke, promoted; John William Home, Gent. vice Mervede, promoted; Henry Van Dyck, Gent. vice Carey, promoted.

6th Battalion of the Line.-Lieutenant George Schrader to be Captain of a Company, with temporary rank, vice Horn, who retires,

Ensign Lewis Benne to be Lieutenant, vice Schrader.

Francis Baron Acton to be Ensigu, vicë Hurtzig.

Staff.

The Reverend John Cracroft, A.B. to be a Chaplain to the Forces.

Hospital Staff.

Assistant-Surgeon David Christie, from the 17th Light Dragoons, to be AssistantSurgeon to the Forces, vice Blicke, promoted in the 10th Foot.

To be Hospital-Mates for General Service.

Duncan M'Gregor, Gent. vice Forrest, promoted in the 56th Foot.
James Kinnier, Gent. vice Steele, promoted in the 8th Foot.

John Adam, Gent. vice Stockdale, promoted in the 81st Foot.
Benjamin Scutt, Gent. vice Cummins, placed on half-pay.
John Riach, Gent. vice Brown, placed on half-pay.

Erratum in the Gazette of the 14th of April last.

64th Foot.-For William Trail Douglas, Gent. to be Ensign, read Edmund Alexander Douglas, Gent. to be Ensign.

Memorandum.

Captain R. B. Webber, of the 7th Royal Veteran Battalion, is superseded, being absent without leave.

The appointment of Quarter-Master Charles M'Intosh, from the 73d Foot, to be Ensign in the Veteran Company stationed in New South Wales, as stated in the Gazette of the 16th of February, 1811, has not taken place.

OFFICE OF ORDNANCE, MAY 25.

Corps of Royal Engineers.

Second Captain Charles F. Smith to be Captain, vice Nicholas, deceased. Dated April 15, 1812.

First Lieutenant William B. Tylden to be Second Captain, vice Smith, promoted. Dated as above.

COMMISSIONS SIGNED BY THE LORD LIEUTENANT OF THE COUNTY OF SOMERSET.

Somerton and Langport Regiment of Local Militia.

John Frederick Pinney, Esq. to be Lieutenant-Colonel Commandant. Dated Sep

tember 24, 1808.

William Pyne, Esq. to be Lieutenant-Colonel. Dated as above.

Dated May 6, 1810.
Dated Jan. 14, 1809.

Richard Welch, Esq. to be Major. James Parsons, Esq. to be Captain. William Brame Elwyn, Esq. to be dittu, VOL. IV. No, 21.

Dated as above.

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Military Promotions.

William Popwell Brickstock, Esq. to be ditto. Dated Nov. 25, 1809.
Azariah Elswood, Esq. to be ditto. Dated as above.

Thomas Lockyer, Esq. to be ditto. Dated July 21, 1810.
Joseph Bishop, Esq. to be ditto. Dated Oct. 23, 1810.
George Pinney, Esq. to be ditto. Dated August 6, 1811.
Robert Uttermare, Esq. to be ditto. Dated Sept. 30, 1811.
Richard Harman, Gent. to be Lieutenant. Dated Sept. 24, 1808.
Robert Jesse, Gent. to he ditto. Dated as above.

James Westcote, Gent. to be ditto. Dated as above.

Frederick Axford, jun, Gent to be ditto. Dated March 29, 1809.
John Penny, Gent. to be Ensign. Dated Sept. 24, 1808.

John Board, Gent. to be ditto. Dated Jan. 14, 1809.

John Turner, Gent. to be Quarter-Master. Dated Sept. 24, 1808.

Polden Hill Regiment.

Henry Bull Strangeways, Esq. to be Lieutenant-Colonel Commandant. Dated Sept. 24, 1808.

William Gould, Esq. to be Lieutenant-Colonel. Dated as above.

Shuckbrough How, Esq. to be Major. Dated as above.

Robert Tucker, James Dawbin, Henry Sherrin, William Lovell, and John Parker, Esquires, to be Captains. Dated as above.

Nathaniel Harden, John Dawbin, John Trutch, and Thomas Parker, Esquires, to be ditto. Dated Jan. 14, 1809.

John King, Esq. to be ditto. Dated Oct. 11, 1809.

William Bridge, Gent. to be Lieutenant.

Dated Sept. 24, 1808.

Thomas Jones, John Dawbin, jun. James Rood, John Gillett, and William Warry, Gents. to be ditto. Dated Jan. 14, 1809.

Benjamin Giblett, Gent, to be ditto. Dated May 15, 1809.

John Hailstone Gardner, John Dawbin, (2), jun. and William Barter, Gents. to be ditto. Dated May 31, 1809.

George Brown, Gent. to be ditto. Dated August 21, 1810.

William Hoddy Hare, Gent. to be ditto. Dated May 13, 1811.
Henry Quintine Winwood, Gent. to be Ensign. April 10, 1811.
Levi West, Gent. to be ditto. Dated May 9, 1811.

Charles Brown, Gent. to be Adjutant and Captain by Brevet.

1809.

Dated May 15,

Richard Doidge, Gent. to be Quarter-Master, and Battalion-Clerk. Dated Sept.

24, 1808.

Joseph Barker, Gent, to be Surgeon. Dated as above.

East Somerset Regiment.

William Woodforde, Esq. to be Lieutenant-Colonel Commandant. Dated Sept, 24, 1808.

George Tuson, Esq. to be Lieutenant-Colonel. Dated as above.
Richard Leir and William Wilson, Esq. to be Majors. Dated as above.

Joseph Fowler, John James Burge, John Rendall, William Ashford, George Bailey Tuson, William Poole, and George Templeman, Esquires, to be Captains. Dated as

above.

Robert Chaffey and Robert Carey, Esquires, to be ditto.
Birchel Perran, Esq. to be ditto. Dated April 30, 1811.

Dated Feb. 20, 1810.

Theophilus Bartlett, Richard Howell, Jeremiah Penny, and George Pippett, Gents.

to be Lieutenants. Dated Sept. 24, 1808.

Robert Bartlett, Gent. to be ditto. Dated April 20, 1809.

William Bickuell, Gent. to be ditto. Dated May 15, 1811.
William Greenham, Gent. to be ditto. Dated as above.

John Crean, Gent, to be Quarter-Master and Lieutenant, by Brevet. Dated Sept. 24, 1808.

West Somerset Regiment.

Thomas Buckler Lethbridge, Esq. to be Lieutenant-Colonel Commandant. Dated Nov. 12, 1808.

John Fownes Luttrell, jun. to be Lieutenant-Colonel; and John Ashley Warre Esq. to be Major. Dated Dec. 3, 1811.

Military Promotions.

Langley St. Arbyn, Samuel Day, and Edward Jefferies Esddile, Esqrs. to be Captains. Dated Jan. 14, 1809.

Dated June 13, 1811.

Thomas Malet Charter, Esq. to be ditto. Dated March 29, 1809.
Charles Poole, Esq. to be ditto. Dated April 18, 1809.
Thomas Giles Worthington, Esq, to be ditto. Dated April 25, 1809.
Henry James Leigh, and John Bluett, Esqrs. to be ditto.
John Brown, Gent. to be Lieutenant. Dated April 25, 1809.
Lyddon, Gent. to be ditto. Dated May 13, 1809.
Matthew Wasbrough, Gent, to be Ensign. Dated Jan. 14, 1809.
Richard Morgan, Gent. to be Adjutant, and Captain by Brevet. Dated May 13,

1811.

S. Harwood, Gent, to be Quarter-Master, Dated January 14, 1809.

Bridgewater Regiment.

Jefferys Allen, Esq. to be Lieutenant-Colonel Commandant. Dated Sept. 24, 1808.

Joseph Jeffery, Esq. to be Lieutenant-Colonel; Robert Codrington, Esq. to be Major. Dated March 14, 1811.

Joseph Buscombe Poole, Francis Adams Stradling, John Chapman, and Edward Sealy, Esqrs. to be Captains. Dated Sept. 10, 1808.

John Sealy, John Lyndon, John William Trevor, Joseph Gatcombe, and Richard Woodland, Esqrs. to be ditto. Dated Feb. 4, 1809.

James Knight, jun. Esq. to be ditto. Dated March 14, 1811.

Jacob Watson, Gent. to be Lieutenant. Dated Sept. 10, 1808.

William Stradling, Morley Chubb, William Woodland, Frederick Lyng, Gents. to be ditto. Dated Feb. 4, 1809.

George Wood Coombe, Gent. to be ditto. Dated April 18, 1809.

John Silke, and Alford Coombe, Gents. to be ditto. Dated May 5, 1809.
William Jones, Gent. to be Quarter-Master. Dated Sept. 24, 1808.

John Woodforde, Gent. to be Surgeon. Dated Nov. 1, 1809.

COMMISSIONS SIGNED BY THE VICE-LIEUTENANT OF THE COUNTY OF SURRY.

2d Regiment of Local Militia.

Michael Brian, Gent. to be Lieutenant, vice Chitty resigned. Dated May 19,

1812.

William Holmes, Gent. to be ditto, vice Scarlett resigned. Dated May 20, 1812. Edward Hannam, Gent, to be ditto, vice Mowatt, resigned. Dated May 21, 1812. Watney, Gent. to be Ensign, on a vacancy. Dated May 19, 1812.

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COMMISSION SIGNED BY THE LORD LIEUTENANT OF THE COUNTY OF CARMARTHEN.

Royal Carmarthen Regiment of Militia.-William Squance, Gent. to be Second Lieutenant, vice Weir, promoted in the 1st Royals. Dated May 11, 1812.

COMMISSION SIGNED BY THE LORD LIEUTENANT OF THE NORTH RIDING OF

YORKSHIRE.

4th Regiment of North York Local Militia.-Lieutenant Charles Walker, to be Captain. Dated May 3, 1812.

COMMISSION IN THE SOUTH-EAST REGIMENT OF HANTS LOCAL MILITIA, SIGNED BY THE LORD LIEUTENANT OF THE COUNTY OF HANTS.

William Hawkesworth, Gent. to be Ensign, vice Lister, promoted. Dated May 14,

1812.

COMMISSION IN THE NORTHERN BATTALION OF PEMBROKESHIRE LOCAL MILITIA, SIGNED BY THE LORD LIEUTENANT.

Ensign Samuel Highway to be Lieutenant, vice James, resigned. Dated April 30,

1812.

COMMISSION SIGNED BY THE LORD LIEUTENANT OF THE COUNTY OF ESSEX,

4th Regiment of Essex Local Militia.-John Beddell, Gent to be Ensign, vice Bur rel, promoted. Dated May 5, 1812.

Military Promotions.

5th Regiment.-Lieutenant William Snow to be Captain, vice Hughes resigned. Dated May 10, 1812.

Ensign Henry Greenhill to be Lieutenant, vice Snow, promoted. Robert Tierney, Gent. to be Ensign, vice Greenhill, promoted, Dated as above.

Erratum in the Gazette of the 19th Instant.

North York Regiment of Militia.-For Thomas Shafts, Esq. to be Captain, read Thomas Shafto, Esq. to be Captain.

The under-mentioned Gentlemen are appointed Ensigns in the 52d Regiment of Foot, and not Lieutenants, as erroneously stated in the Gazette of the 19th Instant. Snodgrass, J. Stewart Cargill, Volunteer Thomas Cottingham,

William Hunter, William Crawley Yonge.

Fraser,

COMMISSION STONED BY THE LORD LIEUTENANT OF THE COUNTY OF NOTTINGHAM.

Henry Gally Knight, Esq. to be Deputy Lieutenant. Dated May 18, 1812.

COMMISSION IN THE 1ST REGIMENT OF HEREFORDSHIRE LOCAL MILITIA, SIGNED BY THE LORD LIEUTENANT OF THE COUNTY OF HEREFORD.

Philip Cox, Esq. to be Captain. Dated May 28, 1811.

COMMISSIONS IN THE 3D WESTERN REGIMENT OF NORFOLK LOCAL MILITIA, SIGNED BY THE LORD LIEUTENANT OF THE COUNTY OF NORFOLK.

George Crofts, Gent. to be Lieutenant, vice Stevens, resigned; and Francis E Allison, Gent. to be Ensign. Dated May 20, 1812.

COMMISSION IN THE WESTERN BATTALION OF DORSETSHIRE LOCAL MILITIA,, SIGNED BY THE LORD LIEUTENANT.

Ives Harvey Urquhart, Gent. to be Ensign. Dated May 23, 1812.

Royal North Lincoln Militia.

George Dakin, Gent. to be Ensign. Dated April 14, 1812.

Loveden Local Militia.

John Goude Stevenson, Esq. to be Captain, vice Cust, resigned. Dated May 18, 1812. Lindsey Local Militia.

James Hutchinson, Esq. to be Captain. Dated May 19, 1812.

Stamford Local Militia.

John George de Merveilleux, Gent. to be Surgeon's-Mate. Dated May 20, 1812.

Louth Volunteer Infantry.

Stephen Gray, Esq. to be Lieutenant-Colonel Commandant, vice Clarke, resigned. Dated April 22, 1812.

Richard Bellwood, Esq. to be Major, vice Gray, promoted; and William Pelch Kime, Esq. to be Captain, vice Bellwood, promoted. Dated May 11, 1812.

Boston Yeomanry Cavalry.

Charles Keightley Tunnard, Esq. to be Captain, vice Linton, resigned. Dated May 16, 1812.

WAR OFFICE, JUNE 6.

Royal Regiment of Horse Guards.

A Charles Augustus Fitzroy, Gent. to be Cornet, by purchase, vice Riddlesden, pro- . moted.

3d Regiment of Dragoon Guards.

Lieutenant Alexis Pellichoddy, from Watteville's Regiment, to be Lieutenant; without purchase, vice Young, promoted in the 5th Garrison Battalion.

5th Ditto Lieutenant William Keary to be Captain of a Troop, by purchase, vice Wallis, who retires; and Alexander Lucas, Gent. to be Cornet, without purchase, vice Lee, who resigns.

Military Promotions.

14th Regiment of Light Dragoons.

Cornet William Richard Ellis, to be Lieutenant, by purchase, vice Wainman, pro

moted.

16th Ditto-Lieutenant John P. Buchanan, to be Captain of a Troop, by purchase vice Lygon, promoted.

24th Ditto-William White, Gent. to be Cornet, without purchase.

1st Regiment of Foot.

Ensign Robert Greene, from the Clare Militia, to be Ensign, without purchase. 5th Ditto-Ensign S. H. Wilkinson, to be Lieutenant, vice Fairtlough, killed in action.

To be Ensigns-Ensign William Henderson, from the 1st Garrison Batallion, vice Evans who exchanges; Philip Johnson, Gent. vice Wilkinson.

6th Ditto-Lieutenant George Burrell, from the North Lincoln Militia, to be Ensign, without purchase.

10th Ditto.-Lieutenant Dennis Fairchild, from the North Lincoln Militia, to be Ensign, without purchase.

12th Ditto-Captain James Nestor, from the 29th Foot, to be Captain of a Company, vice Coker, who exchanges.

15th Ditto-Ensign William Carroll to be Lieutenant, vice Hemsworth, deceased; and George Stanley, Gent. to be Ensign, vice Carroll.

18th Ditto-Serjeant-Major Andrew Mulhollaud to be Quarter-Master, vice Simmons, deceased.

25th Ditto-Assistant-Surgeon Francis Kelly, from the 1st West India Regiment, to be Assistant-Surgeon, vice Owen, promoted in the 4th West India Regiment.

29th Ditto Captain Thomas L. Coker, from the 12th Foot, to be Captain of a Company, vice Nestor, who exchanges.

32d Ditto-Adam Mellis, Gent. to be Ensign, by purchase, vice Turquand, promoted. 33d Ditto-Ensign J. Westmore, from the 1st Royal Lancashire Militia, to be Ensign, without purchase.

36th Ditto-Captain William Gillam, from the 4th Ceylon Regiment, to be Captain of a Company, vice James, who exchanges.

40th Ditto.-James Ross, Gent. to be Ensign, by purchase, vice Gorman promoted. 42d Ditto.-Lieutenant William Middleton to be Captain of a Company, vice Monro, killed in action; Ensign Donald M'Kay to be Lieutenant, vice Middleton; and James Watson, Gent. to be Ensign, vice M'Kay.

43d Ditto. Ensign George Hood to be Lieutenant, by purchase, vice Oglander, promoted in the 47th Foot.

44th Ditto.-Captain Henry Martin, from the Worcester Militia, to be Ensign, without purchase.

50th Ditto.-Lieutenant Andrew Alexander M'Couchy, from the Worcester Militia, to be Ensign, without purchase.

60th Ditto.-Surgeon A. L. Loinsworth, from the 4th West India Regiment, to be Surgeon, vice Morrice, appointed to the 16th Foot; and Hospital-Mate Arthur Johnson to be Assistant-Surgeon,

66th Ditto.-Assistant-Surgeon John Murray, from the 39th Foot, to be Surgeon, vice Wasdell, promoted.

7 1st Ditto. To be Lieutenants.--Ensign John Coote, without purchase, vice Gem who resigns; and Ensign Charles Heuderson, vice M'Donald, dead of his wounds. To be Ensign — Johnston, Gent, vice Coote.

73d Ditto.-Captain Archibald John Maclean to be Major, vice Cleaveland decea sed; and Lieutenant Richard Drewe, from the 61st Foot, to be Captain of a Company, without purchase, vice Maclean.

79th Ditto.-Alexander Michael Macdonnell, Gent. to be Ensign, by purchase, vice Kynock, promoted.

80th Ditto.-Lieutenant P. W. Harness to be Captain of a Company, by purchase, vice St. George, who retires.

85th Ditto.-Lieutenant Edward Bayntun, from the 2d Regiment of Life Guards, to be Lieutenant, vice Bourne, who exchanges.

101st Ditto.-Lieutenant A. Dalgety (Adjutant of a Recruiting District) to be Lieutenant, without purchase.

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