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The leave granted by His Excellency lieutenant general Sir John Keane, to Dr. Collier deputy inspector general of hospi tals, to proceed to England, is confirmed. The leave of absence granted by His Excellency lieutenant ge. neral Sir P Maitland, to the following officers of Her majesty's 45th regiment, to proceed to England, via Egypt, is confirmed : Captain F. Pigott; capt H Cooper; ensign W. R. Lewis. The undermentioned officers have leave of absence : 13th light dragoons captain R Ellis, to England, for 2 years from date of embarkatiou, on private affairs. Ditto—-aptain TAtkinson, in extension from the 1st November 1836 to the date of joining the regiment from England. 16th foot—Lientenant J. Lomax, from 1st October to lst Decem ber 1837 in extension, on medical certificate. 31st ditto—Ensign t J Bourke, from 10th December to 9th Fro ruary 1838, to calcutta, for the purpose of appearing before * medical board. o, 49th ditto.-Lieutenant J. L. Bennis, from 15th December to 4th June 1838, to visit Meerut, on urgent private affairs.
Head Quarters, Camp, Kurnaul, 18th December, 1837 -*.e. 87 – Her majesty has been pleased to make the following Proloot ons and appointments in the regiments serving in India : 3 Light dragoons —Lieutenant Richard Blagden Halo to be captain, by purchase, vice Philips, who retires. 10th July $37 Cornet Richard A Moore to be lieu enaut, by purchase, vice Hale, 10th July 1837. To be cornets, by porchase —Henry Wood, gent 10th July asso. Edmund Roche, gent vice Ital-ton who retires, 11th July isor. Horati, Hol ingo orth, gent vice Moore, 12th July 1837. Quarter Mast, r Thomas Adams, from the 7th Dragoon Guards* to be Quarter Alas-er, vice Higgins, who exchanges, a July 1837. sergeant Major—Sullivan to be Aliutant (with the R* k of Corner) vice Jones, who resigns the Adjutancy only, 9th July 1-3: 13th Light Dragoons –Cornet James Hussey to be Lieutenant. by purchase, vi e veinn, who retires, 7th July 1837. Thomas william Smith, gent. to be cornet, by purchase. vice Hussey, 7th July 1837.
17. At Chowringhee, the lady of T Savi, Esq., of a son
At Calcutta, the wife of Mr S Clarke, of the Conservancy department, of a still-born son. At calcutta, Mrs J P Dowling, of a daughter. 20 At Calcutta, Mrs D. Ross, of a daughter. At Calcutta, Mrs N Campbell, of a son. 21 At Calcutta, Mrs T. C. Howe, of a daughter.
At Calcutta, the lady of Henry Chapman, Esq., of a soll
At Purncah Catholic Church, by the Revd Florian, Mir A A Thomas, to Miss H Carnal. Dec. 26 At Agra, by the Reverend R chambers, Mr J. F. • Pinto, assistant in the office of the political and general department, to Aliss Louisa Scott. At Calcutta, at the Principal Roman Catholic church
by the Revd Mr Oliver, Mr Thomas Scallan, of H C Marine, to Miss Anna Simonin.
Jan. 1. At Delhi, at St James's Church, by the Reverend ot. Everest. A M, Captain William Ramsay, Major of Brigade, to Harriett Doveton, second daughter of Lieutenant Colonel Mosely, 38th regiment native infantry.
At Dhooly, by the Revd. C Rawlins, A B, Captain"J Finnis, 5:st regiment native infantry, to Sarah, }. daughter of the late Captain Roche, engal Army.
At the Old Church, by the Venerable the Archdeacon, Captain Robert Guthrie MacGregor, of the artillery, 1st Assistant Military Auditor general, to Alexina, second daughter of Colonel Archibald Watson, of the Light Cavalry.
At Calcutta St Andrews's Kirk, by the Rev. James * Mr George Grant, to Miss Sarah Mary Iills.
At Calcutta, at the Cathedral, by the Revd H S Fisher, Mr Samuel Heather, to Miss Isabella Mannion.
At Calcutta, at the Cathedral, by the Revd H S Fisher, Mr William Bails, to Miss Marian Staple. ton.
At Allahabad, by the Revd H. Pratt, A M Alexander Beattie, Esq., to Jane, daughter of William Watson, Eaq.
At Calcutta, at the Principal Roman Catholic church, by the Reverend Sumners, R. Cruise, Esq, to Charlotte, second daughter of the late Geo. Shillingford, Esq., of Purneah.
At Kurnal, by the Revd. Mr Parish, Mr C Bowline
writer to the political agent of Ambala, to Sophia second daughter of Mr James Winn, Apothecary
at Calcutta, at the Old Church, by the Venerable the Archdeacon. Monsieur A Charnier, to Harriett, Widow of the late Captain William Souter, of the 66th regiment native insantry. At Calcutta, at the Cathedral, by the Reve-end H s Fisher, Mr Oliver smith to Mrs Mary Barbara Caxton. At the Cathedral, by the Revd H. Fisher, C P Norton, Psq., of Colgong, to Miss Eliza Isabella Hasleby. At Calcutta, at the Cathedral, by the Rev. H. s. Fisher. Mr. John Graves, Conductor of Ordnance, to Mrs Isabella Miller. At the Cathedral, Col. M. Beresford, millitary Se cretary to the commander-in-chief, to Caroline, daughter of W. Fane, Esq., of the civil service. At Calcutta, at St. James's Church, by the Rverend
- At Calcutta, Master Terraneau Fisher, aged smonths and 11 days.
- At Entally, Mr A Hughes, aged 25 years and s months.
At Seharunpore, Cecelia Eyelina, the infant daughter of John and Caroline Powell. At Calcutta, Sarkies owen, E. aged 72 years At lntally Mr. P. Jaco i, formerly coach builder. At Mhow, Conductor Charles, Gale, in charge of the o Ordnance Depot at that station At Calcutta, mr. Charles James Daniel Murray, aged 37 years. At Howrah, Miss Sophia Smith Read, of cholera, aged 30 years and 6 months. At Calcutta, Mr F. C. v Minx, aged as years. At the Howrah Hospital, Mr. John May, Boatswaia of the Windsor, axed 36 years At the Howrah Hospital, mr. John May, Boatswain of the Windsor, aired 36 years. At Calcutta, at the residence of C. M. Latour, Esq., C. M. Baz're, Esq., aged 35 years. At Calcutta, Mr. harles Smith, an assistant in the Financial Department, aged 35 years. At Calcutta, Maste, William Halhed Terraneau, Esq. aged 2 years and 3 months. At Calcutta Miss_Louisa Sarah Nisbett, daughter of Mr John Wm. Nisbett, aged 1 month, and 5 days. At Kidderpore, the infant child of Mr. William Cleo horn, of the Government Steam Department, aged 5 months and 2 days. At Calcutta, George Thomas, fourth son of Mr. and M 's Samuel Smith, aged 4 years, 6 months and 26 days. At Howrah, Mrs. Margaret Le Fevre, aged 64 year, At the General Hospital, Calcutta, Mrs Maria An-e Barbara Wiltshire, wife of Apothecary G. D. Wiltshire, aged 37 years and 13 days. At Burdwan, James Dumoulin, Esq., Principal sud der Aumeen. At Cawnpore, Frances Qclanis, the infant daughter of Captain and Mrs. Lennox, aged 7 months and 7 days At Meerut, Mary, daugher of Lieut.-Col. Wallace, 53d Regt., aged 3 years. At Cal. utta, mr John Richael Martin, aged 17 years and 10 days.
At Intally, the infant son of Mr. T. s. Sheppard, aged 7 days. At Calcutta; Mr. Vincent Castello, aged 35 years, 4 months and 24 days At Calcutta, FitzGerald Charles Wintour, aged a years and 1 month. 18 At Calcutta, Miss Jane Andrew, aged 42 years 19 At Kishnathur, Georgeana, the beloved wife of Ed ward William Ravenscroft, Esq. of the 72d No. 1. 23 at Calcutta, Ensign W. H. James, H. M. 26th Regt aged 20 years.
Anbury, Sir James, Lieutenant Mount Baronet
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