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bont halfway between them, will take them over the bar in the deepest part where there is dopth 12 feet at high water spring "ides, and they must then bear away for the small buoy, which is laid down on the point of a sandba, k projecting from the north point of the entrance, and pass it on the right or South side. At low water there are heavy breakers right across the month whenever the wind is from the Westward, and even at high tide the swell that rolls in across the bar is extremely high The Kedy waree month is situated 4 miles E. S. E of the Hojamar-e entrance in latitude 24 6. 30 north, and has a b-aron in the shape of a slender pyramid 25 feet high on its no the oint. It is approach-d by a channel about 5 miles long, and from 600 to -00 yards broad, at the entrance of which a large buoy has been placed in 34 fathem ... rom this buoy, the beacon at the mouth of the river hears N. E. A. N., and that at the Huja. marre month N + W. After the buoy is passed steer N. E. b. N }. N. keeping the beacon a point open to the leastward,

until the Hujamaree ben on hears N W 4. N. then steer for

the former Along this line there is no where less than 10 feet at hi:h water spring ti "es waree mouths it is high water on the sull and change at 1 hours (-ig. ed.) T. G. CAR LESS, Lieut. Commanding H. C. S. Brig Palinurus

Dr. Christie assumed medical charge of the Nipaul Residency on the 1st Instant.

JAN 24–Lieutenant colonel Burney, resident at Ava, has obtained leave of absence for 2 months, from the 0th of Dec last

Fo t wilt 1 AM. Militany drpantment, 17th Jan. 1838.-Notice is hereby given, that the Pay Batta, and other Allowances for January 1848 of the Troops at the Presidency, and at the other Stations of the Army, will be issued on or after Saturday, the 10th Proximo. -"

ecclesiastical, per ARTMENT —The Reverend J. C. Proby Chaplain on the Bengal establishment, is permitted to proceed to Europe on surlough. eccles. Altic l orpant went —The Honorable the Deputy Go. vernor of Bengal is pleased to appoint the Revd H. S. Fisher to officiate as junior presidency chaplain, until further orders. H. T. PRINSEP, Serv. to Govt. font will to M fix ANcial DepartMENT, decryib h, 28th – Mr. J. A. oriu, the deputy accountant general and accountant in the revenue and Judicial departments, is permitted to be absent from his offices for ten days, from the 4th proximo. Mr G. F. McClintock will conduct the duties during Mr. Dorin's absence.

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Jontriat. AND REvente depant MENT, December, 26th.-The Hon'ble the Deputy Governor of Bengal has heen pleased to make the following nppointments: Mr. J. Curtis to be civil and session judge of Hooghly, vice Mr. C. R. Martin removed. c Mr. R. Barlow to be ditto ditto of east Burdwan, vice Mr. urtis. Mr W. A. Pringle to be ditto ditto of Rajeshahye, vice Mr. Barlow. Mr. B. Golding to be ditto ditto of Purneah, vice Mr. Pringle.

Mr. W. J. H. Money to be magistrate and collector of Tippe rah vice Mr. Golding.

Mr. C. Garstin is relieved from the office of additional judge of

Patua in which he is otliciting, and is directed to give his attention solely to the trial of Thogs. Mr. G. G. Ma kintosh has been authorized to receive charge o the office of magistrate and collector of Puri.eah Iron Mr. F. E. Itead, and to conduct the duties until further order. Mir, James Reily to be Principal Sudder Ameen of Dacca, vice Moulvie Muhummed Yacoob deceased syn's Junab Aii to be Principal Sudder Ameen in Rungpore, vice Mr. Reily. *6th becombe", 1837—The following officer has obtained leave of absence from his station : Moulvie Mohummul Suffee, Sudder Ameen of Beerbhoom, for one month ; Kooer Jry Gopal sing, moonsist of Singhan, will take temporary charge of that office. FR i.D. JAS. HALLiDAY.

offo. Secy. to the Govt. of Bengal.

2n JANdARY, 1833.- The Honorable the Deputy Governor of

Bengal has been pleased to moke the following appointments: Mr. W. Dampier to be commissioner of revenue of the 18th or Jessore division, vice Mr. H. M. Pigou, who has resigned the service. The Honorable it. Forbes to officiate, until further orders, as civil and session Judge of Dinage pore. Mr. P. G. E. Taylor to officiate as collector of Moorshedabad, during Mr. Forbes' absence, or until further orders. Mr. F. Stanifornh to be magistrate and deputy collector of Beerbhoom, vice Mr. W. J. H. Money, Mr. staniforth, will

continue to officiate as collector of the above district, unlil further orders.

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Mr. R. M. Skinner to officiate until further orders, so magis. trate of My munsing Mr. E. W. Irwin will continue to officiate as collector of that district, until further orders. Mr. F. B. Kemp to officiate ss joint magistrate and deputy collector of Tipperah, until further orders. Baboo Russomoy Dutt to officiate as a commissioner of the Court of itequests, vice Mr J. W. Macloed, who is about proceeding to the tape of Gooi Hope, on medical certificate. Baboo Chnsterbhooj Putnan to be reputy collector in the southern division of Cuttack, uder the provisions of Regulation iX of 1833 The following officers have obtained leave of absence from their stations : Mr. J. B. Elliott, special commissioner of Patna, for one month, on private affairs, from the 10th instant, or as soon aster as the return of the steamer from Allahabad moy permit. Mr. J. J. Harvey, commissioner of revenue of the 16th or Chittagong division. for two months, to remain at the presidency. on urgent private affairs, from the 5th instant, retaining charge of | his office. Mr. W. Luke, officiating magistrate and collector of Sarum, for one month, from the 5th ultimo, to visit the presidency, on private affairs Mr. J. Alexander will officiate during Mr. Lucke's abso nee. The leave of absence granted to Mr. H. Moore, civil and session judge of Chittagong, under date the 2: th November last, for six weeks, on medical certificate, is cancelled at his request. It is herebv notified for general information, that the jurisdiction of the Superintendent of Police in the lower provinces, extends to the following districts: Backergunge ; Bancoora ; Baraset ; Behar : Beerbhoom ; Bhaugulpore ; Bogra; Burdwan; Dacca : Dinagepore; Furreed pore.. Hooghly ; Jessore ; Malda ; Midnapore; Moon:hyr; Moorsheda bad; \ly mensingh . Noncolly ; Nuddea ; Patna ; Pubna : Purnea Rairshallye : Rungnore : Sarun ; Sircar; Chumparum; Shahabad; Sylhet ; Tipperah ; Tirhoot and 24-Pergundahs.

8th J. Nu Any —The following officer has obtained leave of absence from his station. Mr. F. E stead. Joint magistrate and deputy collector of Parneah, for two months, to visit the Presidency, preparatory to his preceeding to Europe on Furlough. 9th Janualty — the Honorable the Deputy Governor of Bengal has been pleased to nake the following appointment : Mr. W. J. Morgan to be an assistant to the magistrate of the 24-Pergunnahs. Mr. W. Adam to officiate as a commissioner of the Court of Requests during the absence of Mr. C. W. Brietzeke. Mr H. J. Thornton, late assistant surgeon of commercolly, is transferred to the civil station of Pubna Mr T. A. Dearman to be deputy collector in the District of Darca and Mymensing under the provisions of Regulation IX of 1833. Baboo Joynarain Doss to be deputy collector in the district of Banroorah unter dit to ditto. The following officers have obtained leave of absence from their stations : Mr T. Wystt, officiating civil and session Judge af Bhaugulpore for one month, to visit the Presidency, on private affairs. Mr A. R Young will conduct the current duties of the office. Mr It Torrens, additional judge of Chittagong, for six weeks on urgent private affairs Mr. Thos. Hugan, sub-assistant to the commissioner of Assam, to proceed to the Presidency, on unedical certificate.

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1A. No any, 16th.-The Honorable the Deputy Governor of Bengal has been pleased to make the following Appointments : Mr. A. E. Campbell to be deputy collector in Zillah 24-Pur gunahs ; ander the provisions of Regulation IX. of 1833. Baboo Ramdhone Ghose to be ditto ditto in Zil, all Nuddea, under ditto. JANuaa 18th –Mr. J Dunbar, officiating commissioner of the i-th or Jessore division, to proceed to the Cape of Good 11ope for two years, on medical certificate, Mr. Dunbar has like wise obtained leave of absence, on sick certificate, until the sailing of the ship on which he may take his passage to the Cape. JUrict AL AND Rev ENU R Department, November 21st.-The Honorable the Deputy Governor of Bengal has been pleased to make the following appointment. Mr. F. Arrouch to be deputy collector in zillah Sarun, under the provisions of regulation IX. of 1833 1A. Nu Any Itil –The following officer has obtained leave of absence from his station : Mr. R. T. W. Betts, deputy collector under regulation IX of 1 33 in zillah Burdwan, for six weeks, from the 1st ultimo, on medical certificate JANUA, Y ~3d.—Bahoo Doorgachurn Chutterjee to be ditto ditto in Zillah Decca under ditto. Pundit Hurreehur Goonsee to be Deputy Collector in Chittagong, under the provisions of Regulation IX. of 1833. Baboo Goluck Chunder Boll to be ditto ditto in ditto under ditto. Raboo Ransoonder Rai to be ditto ditto, in ditto under ditto. Baboo Nobin Chunder Ghosal to be ditto ditto in di to under ditto. Baboo Govind Chunder Bysack to be ditto ditto in ditto under ditto. Baboo Ketree Mohun Mokerjee to be ditto ditto in ditto, ditto. Baboo Hurryhur Mookerjee to be ditto ditto in Bullooah, under ditto. - The following officers have obtained leave of absence from their stations : Mr. G. F. Brown officiating Commissioner of Revenue of the 12th or Bhaugulpore Division, sor one week, to visit Gyah, on private affairs Mr. H. T. Raikes. Magistrate and Collector of Chittagong, up to the date on which the Itiver Steamer Experiment may reach Chittagong, in extension of the leave granted to him ou tue 3d of November lost. M. W. M. Dirom, officiating Magistrate and Collector of Raje. shahye, for one month, on private affairs. Alr. C. J. H. Graham will conduct the duties of the above office during Mr. Dirom's absence. Mr. R. Houstoun, officiating Collector of Midnapore, for one month, from the date of his delivering over charge of the current duties of that office. Mr. T. C. Trotter, Assistant mnder the Commissioner of Revenue of the 19th or Cuttack Divisiod, an extension of leave, on pri. wate affairs, to the 10th proxiuno. The unexpired portion of the leave of ahsence for two months ; granted to Mr. J. J. Harvey, Commissioner of revenue of the 16th or Chittagong Division, on the 2d instant, to remain at the presidency on private private assairs, in charge of his office, is cancelled at his request. J N ARY 26th. — Mr Assistant Surgeon J. Lamb, at. tached to the Civil Station of "lalda, has obtained leave of ab sence for two months, on m-dical certificate, in extension of the leave fur six weeks, granted to him on tuo 19th ultimo.

under

BY THE GOVERNOR GENERAL.

political D or , RTMENT, camp at Putra reone, nrceMaza, 19ts —Lieutenant Colonel J Stewart, resident at Hydrabad, has ob. tained twelve months' leave of absence, to proceed to the Cane of Good Hope, for the benefit of his health.

Major Cameron, first assistant to the resident, will receive charge from Lieutenant-colonel Stewart and will officiate as resi. dent at Hydrabad, until further orders.

cAMP At Mulw A, 1 EcoMBER, 18th. – Ensign L. T. Forrest

received charge of the Nepal Escort from Lieutenant Gordon on the 5th ins ant.

Mr A Campbell received charge of the Nepal itesidency from Mr. Hodgson on the 5th instant.

camp at caw spone, Decembra, 23d —Lieutenant G. Timins, of the 34th regiment native infantry, is appointed to be 2d in command to the western via wa contingent under Major Borth wick, political agent at Mahidpore.

camp at caws pour, protubeu, 26th – Vir. Assistant Surgeon John McCosh officiating 2d Assistant Presidency General Hos pital was appointed on the 22d instant, to one inelical charge of the Ist regiinent of cavalry of the Oude Auxiliary Force.

Camp, Cawnpore, D, cember 30th.

Captain R. G. Roberts, commissary of ordnance, is appointed to officiate as deputy principal commissary, from the 1st proxi mo, during the absence of captain E. P. Gowan at the Cape of Good Hope, or until further orders.

WM. CASEMENT. M. G.

Secy, to the R. B. the Govr, Gent. Mily, Dept.

cAMP. At chobeypore. JAN. 3D.-Lieutenant. Dobbs, the 3rd assistant to the commissioner for the Government of the terri. tories of His Highness the sajajah of Mysore, is appointed to be superintendent of the Nugger division, vice Mr. H Stokes resigned. Lieutenant Dobbs will continue to officiate as superinten. dent of the Chittledroog division until further orders cAMP, At Poon Ah, JAN 4th.-Lieutenant R. Morrieson, of the 52d regiment native infantry, is appointed to he assistant to the agent to the Governor General for the states of Ralpontana, vice Lieutenant Conolly. I his appointmeut to have effect from the date of Lieutenant Conolly's embarkation for Europe. cAMP, At MEsoka UM NUgguit, 6th JAN, 1838 –Cornet C. G. Becher has been appoiuted adjutant of the 1st regiment of cavalry in the Oude Auxiliary force, vice Lieutenant Hailes resigned. Ension Rowley Hill, from the 1st regt of infantry to the 1st regt-of cavalry in the Oude Auxiliary force as 1st subaltern, vice cornet Becher. JANUAt , 3D —Lieutenant-colonel Low Resident at Luc. now, made over charge of the duties of the Ites idency to captain Paton, his assistaut, on the 18th utiuno.

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Notification, genen Al DepartMeNt.—Head. Quarters, Camp, sawnpore, 1st Jan. Isos.-The Honarable Sir Charles Metcalfe, Bart., G c s having this day received the sanction of the Gover nor General to relinquish his charge of the othce of Lieutenant Governor of the N. W. Provinces, with perini'sion to proceed to the presidency, preparatory to his embarkation for Europe, the Governor General has, in confirmity with the resolution recorded in the Legislative Department on the 4th September 1437. assum d the immediate superintendence of the Affairs of those provinces. The Governor General is pleased to direct, that Sir Charles Metcalfe shall continue to receive all the honors due to the station of Lieut-Governor, and that the officers of his personal staff shall ***in attached to him until he may finally vacate that office by his embarkation for Europe, Mr. C Macswren is appointed to be secretary to the Governor General for the N W Provinces, in the Judicial, Revenue and General Department. \l r. J Thomason to officiate as ditto di to during the absence of Mr Marsween, or until futher orders By Order of the Itight Hon’ble the Governor General of India's

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BY THE LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR OF THE N. W. PROVINCES.

JUDictat. Awd REvenue of PARTMENT, Acm A, profun on, 11th —Mirza Aka Nawab is appointed deputy collector under Regulalation IX. of 1833, in Zillah Ghazee pore. 13th pec.— Mr. W. R. Timins to officiate as magistrate and collector of Budaon. Mr. R. Montgomery to officiate as Magistrate and collector of Allahabad. Mr. Montgomery is authorised to make over charge of his present office as officiating magistrate and collector of Azin. ghur to Mr. H. C. Tucker, who will officiate in those capacities wntil tuther orders Mr. E. T. Colvin to be an assistant under the commissioner of the vieerut division. Mr. J. J. W. Taunton to officiate as magistrate and collector of Ghazeepore, Mr. Taunton will make over the cases under regula ton II. o. 1819 and 11 , of 1828 now on his file as deputy colloctor to Mr M. Sinith at Allahabad, who is anthetised to exercise the powers h ther to possessed by Mr. Tuanton in the districts of . Benares, Jaunpore, Mirzapore and Ghazro pore. 16th Dec., 1837 – Mr E C Monckton is appointed to be an assistant under the corntnissioner of the Itohilkuni division. Mr F urie, commissioner of the Leonares division, has obtained lease of absence for ten months, or in run a certificate, to visit the H is North of Dehra Mr. E. P. Smith is authorised to conti. nue to officiate as commissioner of the Beuares division during air Currie's absence Camp Chuppera Mow, December, 26th —Nawab Mohummud Abdoolla Kn, n, Dahadoor, Principal Sudder Aumeen of My "poory has obtained leave of absence for ten days, to visit Futteeghur on his private affairs. (amp Goorsaigunge, December, 27th–Ahmud Oollah Khan is appointed Deputy gollector under regulation IX of 1833,

camp steerin Ka Serai, December, 28th.-The following officers have obtained leave of absence : Mr. G w Racon, judge or seharunpore, for fifteen days, from the sth proxime, 1838, to visit Agra on his private affairs, Mr W. J. Conolly, magistrate and collector of the district, to conduct the current duties of the Judge's office, until Mr. Bacon's return. Mr. A W Begbie Judge of Mynpoory, for fifteen days. from the 5th proximo, 1838, to visit Futter hur on his private affairs. ( a mp Arrors, 29th December, 1837—Mr. R N C Ham, ton is appointed to officiate as commissioner of the Agra division.

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Mr. assistant surgeon J F Bacon, attacht d to the civil station of Shajeehanoor, to assierred to Mooradabad in the sain. to parity. Mr surgeon John Forsyth, of the 58th regiment, so attooed at Shajehan poor, appointed to take medical charge of tue civil station. or writal nep ArtMENT.-Camp Schoa bad, 2nto December 1837. —Mr. R Woodward, of the civil service, is persuitted to proceed to Europe, sor one year, on private affairs. cAMP RRotol orch Meet 29th —Lieutenant A. Ramsay. Assistant to the commissioner at Kumaon, has leave of absence, on medical certificate, to remain at Meerut, for the re establish ment of his health, from the 23d instant to the 1st of March 18.js.

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Fort William,27th December,1837.-No. 252 or 1837.-In consequence of the severe illness of Major Stodda, t, Brevet major Charles Rogers, of the 20th regiment native infantry, is directed to take charge of the olice of the pay inaster at the presidency, until the pleasure of the Goveruo General shall be known.

Frt William, December 29th —No. 253 of 1837.-With advertence to reneral orders, No 57 of 1835 and No 5 of 1837, the Hon’ble the President in council is pleased to direct, that the special prize committee at Meerut be in future composed of the senior regimental officer, the pay master of n valid", the deputy assistaut adjutant general and the brigaue major at the station.

No. 751 of 1837.—The undermentioned men of Her Majesty's service are permitted to reside in India as out pensoners of Clel sea hospital and draw their pay at the stations specified opposite t their respective names, according to the 55th a ticle of the pen. son warrant of the 14th November 1829, penuing a reference to

horse guards as to the amount of their pensions.

11th Light lyra soons.—Farrier Major George Walker Calcu ta

11th Regiment Foot.—Color Serjeant Ephrain Eurou do, Doum major Daniel, Pulsou, Private Sainuel Ball, and Private George Potts, Calcutta.

No 255 of 1337 –The Hon'ble the President in council is pleased to assign rank to the undermentioued 21 lieutenants, cor nets, ensions, and assistant surgeons, sium the dates specisied opposite their respective names : Artillery —John Mill, 9th December, 1836 and Henry Lewis. J2th June, 1837. Cavalry.-Francis Walker Drummond, and Frederick Neil Edmonstol e, 2d June 1837; 1 rederick James Alexander, 26th July ; Junn James Galloway, John Munro, 1st August ; Robert Christie, 27th ditto, and Archibald Stewart Galloway, (not arrived 21st Septemper, 1837. infontry.—Riehard William Henry Fanshawe, William Mayne, Orfeur Cavenagu, Tuomas Cole, Athull Turner, James Pao tu o

Fort William, December 29th —No 256 of 1837 —The under mentioned officers of Infantry are promoted to the rank of aptain by brevet, it on the dates expressed opposite to their intil int's . 6 d Itegiment native infantry—Lieuteuant Henry Beaty, 16th December 1847 69th dit o–Lieutenant Wm. Stuart Monteath, 1sth December 1837. 47th Ditto—Lieutenant William Biddulph, 25th December 1837. to is honor in council is pleased in compliance with the appoirs. tiou of Assistant Surgeon John S with, of the edical depart tient to direct that he shall he reaster appear on the streeth of the army under the name of John Smith and as a doctor of one-ocioe. The underinentioned othcets have returned to thei duty on this establishment, without proju ice to their rauk, by per unission cs the Honorable the Court of D, rectors: Captain John Fitzge, all of the 2d regiment light cavalry, date of arrival at 1 ort William, 13th I he euber 18, 7. Captain Charles Griffin, of the 51st regiment native infantry, dit to 2 st ditto. Lieut, nant John Bott, of the 5th regiment light cavalry, ditto 17th ditto. Surgeon John Turner, of the medical department, ditto 17th

(not arrived) Deane Chistian Shute John rominelin Lamb,
“ecil Plowden rower, Arthur Corington, Henry James W. 11
11am - art, r, Richard John Faree, Byain Martin Loveday, James
Keith Forbes, Walter Willian Davis Woyle, John Cooper Fitz.
marrice and John Stafford Paton, 12th June, 1837; Thomas
Spankie R. A., John to obinson, Peter lienry Knight Dewaal,
11, ctor Alexander Sandeman, Alfred hichely Plowden, Alexander
Skene, Martin Boileau Wish, Willian smith, Edward Close,
Peter Diuluinond, James Grant Stephen, Dunsiles Crawford

ditto.
Assistant Surgeon John Smyth, M D , of the medical depart-
ment, dit to 16th du to.
Assistant Surgeon Andrew Henterson, of the medical depart-
inent, tilt to 2- d ditto.
The following gentlemen are admitted to the service, in con-
formity with their applintment by the Honora'ie the court of
10irectors as callets of artillery and infantry on this establishment.
and protuoted to the rank of 2d lieutenaut aud ensign respecuvel»,

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leaving the dates of their commissions for future adjustment : Artillery — Mr. Henry Lewis, date of arrival at Fort William, 17th December 1837, and Mr. John Mill, ditto 18th ditto. Infantry.— Messrs. Deane Christian Shute, Arthur Carrington and Athill Turner, ditto 16th December 1837; Walter William Davies Voyle and Orteur Cavenagh, ditto 17th ditto, and Byam Martin Loveday ditto 18th ditto. The underinentioned officers are permitted to proceed to Europe on furlough: Brig idier Gabriel Richard Penny, of the II th regiment N i , comm unting the station of Barrackpo e : Lieutenant colonel Joseph Harris, of the 63d regiment No. 1 , and ensign Robert In. glis, of the 37th re-iment N. I , on medical certificate. B evet colonel Forster Walker, of the 33 i regiment N I ; captain Frederick Gov. ntry, of th: 6th regiment light cavalry : Lieutenant Georye Richard siddons, of the 1st regiment light cavalry, and Lieutenant Prinole Short reed, of the 17th regiment N. L., on account of private affairs. | Surgeon Nathanial Morzan, of the m-dical department and of the Nizam's service. is permitted to proceed to Europe on sur. lou oh, on account of his private affirs, from Bombay, Colonel John Peter Boile au. of the regiment of artillery, is permitted to proceed to the Cape of Good Hope, on medical certificate, and to be absent from Bengal on that account for two years. Lieutenant John Michael Loughnan, of the 10th regiment light cavalry, sort adjut,nt of Fort William, is permitted to procees to New South Wales, on medical certiacate, and to be absent fron Bengal on that account for two years. 1st ieutenant R. Walker, of the regiment of artillery Aide de camp to Major General Sleigh, of the staff of the Madras army, has leave of absence from the 15th January to the 15th July next, to enable him to rejoin his company. Major Peter Johnston, of the 5th regiment native infantry, 2d assistant to the resident at in fore, is permitted to retire from the service of the East India company, from the 15th instant, on the pension of a Lieutenant colonel, agreeably to regulation of the 23d May 1836. Captain William Ellis, of the 45th regiment native infantry, is permitted to retire from the service of the East India company, on the half pay of his rank, from the date of departure of the ship on which he my embark for Europe. His honor in council is pleased to make the following promotions : Ordnance commissariat department.—Sub-conductor Joseph Vyal to be co ductor, an I serjeant Patrick Bentley to be sub conductor, from the 29th November, 1837, vice Irish deceased Sub conductor Henry Michell to be conductor, and Srrjeant major Joseph Higginbottom of the 65th regiment native infant y to be Sub conductor, from the 30th November, 1337, vice Carn decessed Con suctor Edward Townsend, attached to the 5th division

department of public works, has leave of absence for three

Inonths from the 10th ultimo, to visit the presidency, preparotory to applying for leave to proceed to Europe, on meltical certificate.

The ervices of apothecary Francis Peterson, at present attached to the garrison dispensary in Port William, are placed at the disposal of the Honorable the Deputy Goveruer of Bengal, for the performance of medical duties in racan.

Assistant Apothecary James Hifferan is appointed by the De. puty Governor of Fort Willian, to the g or is on dispe usary in Fort William, vice Peterson.

Mem orandum —The date of the return from the furlough of Major G. N. C. Campbell, of the regiment of a tille, y, and Cantain W. Saurin, of 31st regiment native infantry, is the 15th instant, instead of the 16th, as announced in general orders No. 250, of the 18th instant. The o der books to be altered accord.

ingly.

Fort William, December, 20th 1837 —No 757 of 1837.-In rontinuation of General Orders No 75, of the 17th April last, the following para. of a vilitary Letter, No 3, from the Hon’ble the Court of Directors to the Governor General of India in to ouncil unde date the 5th July 1837, and the further warrant, dated the 26th May 1857, granting additional advantages to so I liers in Her Majesty's Service, for good conduct, therein referred to, are publisted in General 0 ders

Para. I. In continuation f our Letter in this Department dated the 19th October 1856, No. 12, we t ansmit a forther War. ant received iron He, Majesty's Secretary at War dated the 26th May 1837, granting additional advantages to Soldiers for good conduct, you will adopt similar measures for bringing this Warrant into operation to those pursued by you on carrying into effect the previous War ant which accompanied our Letter of October 1-36 above quoted.

[Here follows the Good conduct warrant dated 25th May 1837, which was inserted in the India Gazette of the 13th ultimo...]

Fort Wilam, De 20th —No. 253 of 1837.—The Hon'ble the President in Council has much pleasure in publishing to the Army the following extract paragraphs 2 to 5) of the letter from the lion be the Court of Directors, to tie Government of India. No. 5, dated 20th September 18.7, announcing the grant of auditional avantages to the Senior officers of the, Army in respect of Reiring Pension

• Para. 2. In our letter of the 23d D cember 1835, we announc. ed to you that as we considered it hopeless to expectolia: any

Military Retiring Fund could be successfully formed, we had thought it right so far as we could feel justified in doing s to rovide for the object contemplated in schemes of that nature by an enlargement of the Retiring Regulations, and that we had in consequence resolved to grant the full pay of Captain to every officer who should have served in India 23 years, (3 years furlough included) whether he had a taine that rank itesimentally or not, and the full pay of each of the superior ranks of Major. Lieutenant colonel and colonel after the coln le; ion of an 3. Iditional period of 5 years service for each of tuose ranks in such ces-lon, viz. l . \lajor's pay, 23 years service, including 3 years for a furougn. For Lieut. Colonel's pav 33 ditto ditto. For Colonel's pay, 3-, ditto ditto. being to v of opinion that some additional advantage in resct othe periods of retirement may properly be granted to the Senior Oili cers w o would have been more esoecially the immediate objects of benefit from a tetir ng Fund hat such a fund been esta lished, we have resolved that the period of service to qualify an ostic r for the pay of each advoc a rank after that of v: aptain, s all be reduced from five to four years, the periods of service in India reluired for ech rank being consequently hereafte- as follows, v z. Eve y O fice, who so all have served 23 years (3 years furiough includ (1) shall be allowed to reire on he way of a Cat' ain winether he shal have attained that rank Regimen ally or not. Eve y Oficer who shall have served -7 years ( ;wears furlongh included shall be allow oi to retire on the pay of a Major winehter he sh ll have attaine that rank or n ot. F very () ificer who shall have served 31 years (3 years furlongh include ) shall be a owed to retire on the p of Lieutenant Colonel whether he shall have attained th t rank or not Every officer who sha 1 h ve served 35 years ( ; years furlough include 1 shall be allowed to retire on the ful pay of a to lonel whether he shall have attained that rank or not. 4 The earrano conents to have eff ct without "rejudice to any claims at is ng out of the Retiring tieg lations as established in the year 1796. ... we desire that i may be distinctly understood that the present is final me asure You will accordingly decline to forward to us any application which may have in is w a further extension of the text to ions now established with regard to the reti, ein nt of our Milita y Servants. Fort William, December 29th.-No 250 of 1837.-The hon’ble the presi sent in C uncil is peased to direct that the following paras. of a nuit or y letter from the Honorable the Court of Direc. to s to the Ben at it, No 71, dated 30th August 1847, and its enclosures, be published in general orders.

Para. I. We forward for your information the copy of a reso. lution adopted by us on the 30th November 1336, for granting honorary certificates of diligence and good conduct to these gentlemen cadets at a military seminary, who although they may have been unsuccessful in obtaining engin - or appointments, may yet be considered as met it in: some testimony of approbation for the r exertions in study and regularity of behaviour whilst at the institution 2. We have now to inform you that at the public examination which was held at the military semina y on the 12th June 1 ist, Messrs. Henry Lewis and Robert Christie were sound to have renoleted themselves worth v of the listinction of receiving the honorary certificate which was presented to thein in our name accordingly. In conformity with the last part of our resolution of the 30th November is 6, we forward for your observation, and also for pub ication in general orders, a copy of the repo t of Major General Sir A. Dickson on the inrrots of Messrs, Lewis and no istie, who were selected for the ar, illery and stationed to your presidency, but Mr. Christie has since been all, wed to resign that branch of the service for a cavalry appointment At a Court of Directors hot on Wednesday the 30th Nurember 1836 Resolved.—That this court entirely concur in the propriety and expediency of the suggestions which are offered in the lette, from Colonel str Alexan Irr Dickson and Colonel 2 tannus, with a view to the ent our 2 ement cf young men of talent at the in tary se. minary, to persevere in the 'liligent study of the various branches of scence pur-u roi at that ius it ution That as, from the want of vacancies in the scientific corps, there is not at the present period suthcent object so emula ion, it is de ble as an incitement to encreased a pplication on , he part of the gentlemen cadets, to grant honorary certificates of diligence and wood conduct to those who, although they Inay have been unsuccessful in attaining engineer a point men s, may be considered to merit some testimony of approbation (or their exertion in study and regularity of behaviour while at the institu. tion. That honorary certificates be accordingly granted to such cadets appointed to the artillery and infantry as may have at ained to the required standard of qualification by the sulfilment of the fol. lowing conditions w ich shall be deemed requisite to render a cadet eli ible thereto, viz. in Mathematics—to have gone through the course to the end of fluxious ,, Fortification—to have completed the course. ,, Military draw iug—the surveys to be well and correctly finished and to have attained a fair proficiency in military drawing.

,, Civil drawing—to have obse, ved unremitting diligence and industry.

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BY THE LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR OF THE N. W. PROVINCES.

JUDictat. Awd Reventor drpartment, agna, necembton, lith —Mirza Aka Nawab is appointed deputy collector under Regula. lation IX. of 1833, in Zillah Ghazee pore. 13th to ec.-wir. R. Tinuins to officiate as magistrate and collector of Budaon. Mr. It. Montgomery to officiate as Magistrate and collector of Allahabad, Mr. Moutgomery is authorised to make over charze of his present office as otheiating magistrate and collector of Azin. ghur to Mr. H. C. Tucker, who will officiate in those capacities wntil i uther orders Mr. E. T. Colvin to be an assistant under the commissioner of the vleerut division. Mr. J. J. W. Taunton to officiate ns in agistrate nind collector of Ghazee pore, Mr. Taunton will innke over the cases under regula ton II. o. 1819 and 11 , of 1828 now on his file as deputy col; octor to Mr M S in ith at A lahabad, who is authoriseu to exercise the owers h the to possessed by M. r. Tuanton in the districts of - Benares, Jaunpore, Mirzapore and Gnaze pore. 16th dec, 18 7 — Mr E C Monckton is appointed to be an assistant under the commission-r of the it ohilku not division. Mr F urie, commissioner of the Lenares division, has obtain. ed lease of absence for ten m nths, or in edit at certificate, to visit the H is Not thof Dehra Mr. E. P. Smith is authorised to conti. nue to officiate as coinini-soner of the Beuares divis, on during air Currie's absence Camp Chuppera Mow, December, 26th —Nawab Mohum mud Abdoola Kn, n, Bahadoor, Principal Sudder Aumcen of Myr poory has obtained leave of absence for ten days, to visit Futteeghur on his private oftoirs. ( amp Goorsaigunge, December, 27th.-Ahmud Oollah

camp Meerun Ka Serai, December, 28th.-The following officers have obtained leave of absence : Mr. G W Pacon, Judge of seharunpore, for fifteen days, from the sth proxime, 1838, to visit Agra on his private affairs, Mr W. J. Conolly, magistrate and collector of the district, to conduct the current duties of the Judge's office, until Mr. Bacon's return. Mr. A W Begbie Judge of Mynpoory, for fifteen days. (rom the 5th proximo, 1838, to visit Futter hur on his private affairs. Camp Arrotto, 29th December, 1837—Mr. It N C Hamilton is appointed to officiate as coininissioner of the Agra division.

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Mr. assistant surgeon J F Bacon, attachrd to the rivil station of Shajrehannoor, to ansferred to Mooradabad in the same capacity. M. r. surgeon John Forsyth, of the 58th regiment, sationed at Shaiehaupoor, appointed to take medical charge of tue civil statium. of writ All nor ArtMeNt.–Camp Sekoa bad, 2nth December 1837. —Mr. R. Woodward, of the civil service, is permitted to proceed to Europe, sor one year, on private affairs. cAMP Raoul orch whet 29th —Lieutenant A. Ramsay, Assistant to the cominissioner at Kumaon, has leave of absence, on medical certificate, to remain at Meerut, for the re establish tueut 0, his lealth, from the 23d instant to the 1st of March 1833.

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Khan is appointed Deputy collector under regulation IX of 1833, 1u Zillah Beuares,

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MILITARY APPOINTMENTS.

BY THE PRESIDENT IN COUNCIL.

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Fort William,27th December,1837.-No. 252 or 1837.—In con. sequence of the severe illness of Major Stoddart, Brevet major Charles Rogers, of the 20th regiment native infantry, is directed to take charge of the office of the pay master at the presidency, until the pleasure of the Goveruo, General shall be know u.

Fort William, December 29th —No. 253 of 1837.-With adventence to general orders, No 57 of 1835 and No 5 of 1837, the Hon'bie the President in council is pleased to direct, that the special prize committee at Meerut be in future composed of the senior regimental officer, the pay master of invalids, the deputy assistant adjutant general and the brigaue major at the stativu.

No. 251 of 1837–The undermentioned men of Her Majesty's service are permitted to reside in India as out pensoners of Chel sea hospital and draw their pay at the stations specified opposite t their respective names, according to the 55th article of the pen. sion warrant of the 14th November 1829, pending a reference to

horse guards as to the annount of their pensions.

11th Light 10ra soons.—Farrier Major George Walker Calcutta

11th Regiment Foot.—Color Serjeant Ephrain Edmu di. Drum major Daniel. Polson, Private Sainuel Ball, and Private George Putts, Calcutta.

No 255 of is 37-The Hon'ble the President in council is pleased to assign rank to the undermentioned 2d lieutenants, cor nets, ensigns, and assistant surgeons, from the dates specified opposite their respective maines : Artillery—John Mill, 9th December, 1836 and Henry Lewis, 12th June, 1:37. Cavalry.-Francis Walker Drummond, and Frederick Neil Ed. monstol e, 2d June 1837; 1 rederick James Alexander, 26th July ; Jonn James Galloway, John Munro, 1st August ; Rouert Christie, 47th ditto, and Archibald Stewart Galloway, (not arrived 21st Septemper, 1837. Inf,ntry.—Riehard William Henry Fanshawe, William Mayne, Orfeur Cavenagh, Tiboinas Cole, Athill T unner, James Partu o (not arrived) Deane Christian Shute John to rominelin Lamb, toecil to Iowden rower, Arthur Corrington, Henry James Wii liam r art, r, l\ichard John Faree, Byam Martin Loveday, James Keith Forbes, Walter William Davis Voyle, John Cooper Fitz. marrice and John stafford Paton, 12th June, 1837; Thomas Spankie R. A., John it obinson, Peter Henry Knight Dr waal, 11, ctor Alexander Sandeman, Alfred to hichely Plowden, Alexander Skene, Martin Boileau Wish, Willian smith, Edward Close, Peter Di uninond, Jaines Grant Stephen, Dunsiles Crawford

Fort William, December 29th.-No 256 of 1837 —The
unier inentioned officers of Infantry are promoted to the tank of
aptain by brevet, from the dates expressed opposite to their
natues :
6 d Itegiment native infantry—Lieuteuant Henry Beaty, 16th
December 1837.
69th Dito-Lieutenant Wm. Stuart Monteath, 1sth December
1837.
47th Ditto—Lieutenant William Biddulph, 25th December
1837.
His honor in council is pleased in compliance with the applica.
tion of Assistant Surgeon John S with, of the “ edical departinent
to direct that he shall hereafter appear on the strength of the
army under the name of John Smith and as a doctor of neolicine.
The undermentioned othcet's have returned to their duty on this
establishment, without proju ice to their rank, by pelinission of
the Honorable the Court of I), rectors:
Captain John Fitzge, all, o' the 2d regiment light cavalry, date
of arrival at I ort W II, m, 13th 19ecember 18.7.
Captain Charles Griffin, of the 51st regiment native infantry,
dit to 2 st ditto.
Lieut, nant John Bott, of the 5th regiment light cavalry, ditto
17th ditto.
Surgeon John Turner, of the medical department, ditto 17th
ditto.
Assistant Surgeon John Smyth, M. D., of the medical depart-

ment, litto 16th di to.
Assistant Surgeon Andrew Hen Herson, of the medical depart-
ment, dit to 2' ti ditto.
The following gentlemen are admitted to the service, in con.
for unity with their appintment by the Honora', ie the court of
Directors as cadets of artillery and infantry on this establishment,
and proudted to the rank of 2d lieutenaut and ensign respectively,

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