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Legist utive Department, 20th January, 1838.-The following Act is passed by the Hon’ble the President of the Council of india in Council, on the 28th January is 38, with the assent of the tight Hon'ble the Governor General of India, which has been read and recorded ordered, that the Act be promulgated for general information:
Act No. iv. or 1888.
It is hereby enacted. that it shall appear to the Court of sudde, Adawlut of B mbay. that any person has been guilty of perjury, in any matter depending in that Court, that Court may immediately commit the off-nder to custody, and transin it him to the zillah court nearest to the presidency, in order to his bring brought to trial before the Sission Court of the zillah in which such court is situated ; and such person shall be dealt with in the same manner, as if the nerjury had been committed within the limits of the local jurisdiction of such Court of Session
29th JANtAity. 1338 –The following Act is passed by the Hon. the President of the Council of India in Council on the 29th January is is, with the assent of the tight Hon'ble the Governer General of India, which has been read and recorded. Ordered, that the Act be promulgated for general information :
Act No. iv. of 1838.
It is hereby enacted, that if it shall appear to the Court of Sud. der Alawlut of Bombay, that any person has been guilty of perjury, in any matter depending in that Court, that Court may im: mediately commit the offender to custody, and transmit him to the zii'ah Court nearest to the presidency, in o der to his being brought to trial before the Session conrt of the zillah in which such zillah Court is situated ; and such person shall be dealt with in the same nanner as if the perjury had been committed within the limits of the local jurisdiction of such Court of Session.
5th pent UARY, 1838.-The Calcutta Gazettes, published on wednesday the 31st January last, and Saturday the 3rd Instant, are hereby cancelled, as far as Act No. 1 W. of 1838, is coucerned, in consequence of some errata
PILOTS, ADDITIONAL RULE.
arsea al DepartMeNT. 24th IAN wary, 1834.—The Allowances stated in the 14th and 15th paragraphs of the Rules published in this departinent under date the 3d instant, as to be drawn by members of the pilot service will be paid in sicca rupres to those Members only who were in the service before the 17th June is 35, and to those who entered the service after that date, they will be passed for the sam- amount in Company's rupees. The passage money to members of the pilot service of both the above classes will be passed in Company's rupees The entry of sicca rupees before these allowances being an erratum.
arp ARATE departMeNt, 21 rh 1ANUARY, 1838. —For the infor. mation of parties engaged in the traie in sal', it is hereby declared that exporters of this article from any port or place of manufacture in the Bombav Presidency for import at Calcutta wil be allowed credit insettling for the import d -ty at "alcutta, for any amount of duty duly certified to have been paid on such salt to the Government officers of the Bonbay presidency. It will be necessary, therefore, that shippers of this salt should obtain and send with each cargo of salt a certificate of the specific sums of duty paid thereupon. Credit in Cal utta will be given for the precise amount of the certificate. subject to the condition that the out-turn in Calcutta does not fall short of the quantity shipped, after making the usual allos ances s r. wastage, &c. If the de. ficit exceed 5 per cent. credit will only be allowed on the net out turn on weighinent at Calcutta. If a surplus he foun', credit will only in like manner be allowed upon the actual quantity speci fied in the certificate, wiz. The Calcutta duty being ass: ssed on the whole quantity, the amount duty certified to have been paid at Bombay will be allowed in deduction without reference to the quantity delivered. . The above allowance will only be granted when the certificate is produced at the time of entry of the ship for passing the cargo through the custom house inwards.
31st JANUARY, 1838.-John Master has been permitted to resign the East India Company's Civil Service from the 25th instant. Mr. J. F. M. Reid, post master general, is permitted to be absent for a period of four months, on private affairs. Mr. George Alexander is appointed to act for Mr J. F. M. Reid during his absence,—the appointment to take effect from the date on which Mr. Reid makes over charge of his office. The Hon’ble the President in council is pleased to attach Mr.H Uuwin, of the civil service, to the north western proviuces. separate DepartMeNt.— Mr George Gough, salt agent of Bulloonh and Chittagong, is permitted to proceed to the Cape of Good Hope, or New South Wales, for the benefit of his health, aud to be absent on that account for a period of two years. genen AL DEPARTMENT, 1st pra. 1838 –The Hon’ble the President of the Council of 1 modia and Deputy Governor of Bengal has this day appointed Surgeon James Hutchiuson to act as his private secretary, until further Orders.
5th pebau ARY, 1838–The hon’ble the President of the Council of India in council directs, that the following letter No 52 of 1837, from the Hon'ble the Court of Directors in the public department, dated the 8th November, be published for general information . Para. 1. “Instances having occurred of letters addressed by parties in India, to the individual members of our court, being transmitted to this country by the Mediterranean mails, under the in pression that such letters are exempt from the duty of Postage, it is necessary that we should apprize you that the privilege of receiving letters so addressed free of postage does not attach to letters sent from the East indies by packet via the Mediterranean, and we direct that you forthwith take the necessary measures for giving public notice thereof throughout your presidency * 2 * You will however clearly understand that the privilege of franking enjoyed by insiidual Directors and other public functionaries, so far as respects the ludian duties of Postage, couti. nues in full force. 2d FEBRUARY, 1838.-Mr. Charles Harding has been permitted to resign the East 1 udia Company's civil service, fruin the 2d proxiino 5th February, 1838,-The leave of absence granted under Orders of Government, dated the luth ultimo to Mr George Alexander, for two months, is cancelled at his request from ti is date. \lr. Alexander has returned fron Saugor, and resumed charge of Mr. Alexander has returned from Saugor, and resumed charge of his duties as Deputy Secretary to Goverument in the General Department. The Hon’ble the Deputy Governor of Bengal directs that the followin: letter, No 55 of 1:37, from the Honourable the Court of Directors in the Public Department, dated the 15th November, be published for general information From a desire to promote to the utmost of do. power, the convenience and advantage of the Members of our rivil, Military and Marine Services when resident in this country, we have been induced to make a change which we have reason to believe will be highly beneficial to those interested, by determining that their Pay be in future issued quarte, Iy instead of half yearly as heretofore. 7th pesauary, 1838.-The Honorable the Deputy Governor of “engal was pleased on the 3d ultimo, to grant to Mr. W. R. Kenna way, or the civil service, proceeding on furlough, an extension of the leave of absence granted to him under the orders of the Honorable the Lieutenant Governor of the north western provinces, dated the "d November last, till the date of the depar. ture of the ship Ortent, which vessel was left by the pilot at sea on the 19th ultino. The Honorable the Deputy Governor of Bengal is pleased to permit Mr. S. G. Smith, of the civil service, proceeding on fur. iough, to remain at the presidency, in extension of the leave of absence granted to him under the orders of the Honorable the Lieutenant Governor of the north western provinces, dated 28th october and 7th December last, till the date of the departure of the ship Robert Small. 9rn rebauany, 1838.-The following gentlemen have been permitted to resign the East India Company's civil service from the date in which the Pilot may quit the ship St. George at sea, viz. The Hon’ble Sir Charles Theophilus Metcalfe, Bart., G. C. B. Mr. William Flemiug Dick.
genen AL Department, 31st JANUARY. 1838—The Hon'ble W. H. L. Melville, of the Civil Service, embarked for England board the ship Charles Grant, which ship was left by the pilot on at sea on the 28th instant, from which date his resiguation will take effect.
Sir Charles D'Oyly, Bart, has been permitted to resign the East India Company's civil service from the late on which the pilot may quit the Ship Thomas Grenville at sea.
Mr. C. r. Trevely an, of the civil Service, embarked for Eng land on board the Ship Lord Hungerford, which vessel was left by the pilot at sea on he 7th instant.
Mr. G. D. Raikes, Writer, attached to the north western provinces, is permitted to remain at the presidency for one month roun this date.
fort william, financial DEPARTMEMt, 5th PERRUARY, 1838.Mr. Assistant Surgeou Henry John Thornton is appointed to collect the balances at the Commel colly factory.
14th rom 1838 –The Hon’ble the president in Council has been
pleased to make the following additions to the lists of public officers entitled to frank official correspondence appended to the post office rules :
To be added to List No, I.
Joint remount agent, Bombay. Officers appointed in general orders by the Government of any presidency to conduct special enquires or researches on mat ters connected wit such enquiries or researches, Registrar of Shipping—“On her Majesty's Service.” To be added to List No. 11. Sub-Deputy To opium agent or deputy opium Opium Agent. Agent. His Honor in Council is further pleased to direct that the Arch deacon of any presidency, when head of the ecclesiastical esta bishment of that presidency, shall be entitled to receive and send all letters free of postage. The Hon'ble Sir Edward Ryan, Kt., has taken his seat as President of the general committee of public instruction. Mr. David Scott has been permitted to resign the East India Company's civil service srom the 1st instant. Mr George Adams, of the civil service, is permitted to proceed to Europe on furlough. Messrs. S. G. Smith and F. E. Read, of the civil service, em barked for England on board the Ship Bobert Small, which ship was left by the pilot at sea on the 13th instant. Mr. George Edmonstone, Junior, is permitted to proceed to Mirzapore, and prosecute his study of the Oriental languages at that station under the superiutendence of Mr. W. Woodcock
ser ARAte DepartMeNt.—Mr. G. Gough, salt agent of Butlooah and Chittagong, embarked for the Cape of Good Hope on the ship Robert Small, which vessel was left by the pilot at sea on the 13th instant.
Mr G. R. Berney has been perinited to resign the East India Company's civil service, from the 10th instant
separate departMENT.-Mr. W. Bracken, Deputy Collector of Government customs at calcutta, is permitted to be absent from his office, from the 12th instant, for a period of one month, on private affairs.
21st renau any, 1833 –The Honorable Sir Charles Theophilus Metcalfe, Baronet, G. C. B., and Mr W. F. Dick, of the eivi service, embarked for England on board the ship “ St. George which ship was left by the pilot at sea on the 17th instant
The Honorable the Deputy Governor of Bengal is pleased to. permit Mr. Alexander Cumming, a civil servant of the Bengal presidency, employed in the north western provinces, to pro. ceed to England on Furlough, under medical certificate.
sepaaate DEP artMeNT — Mr. J. Trotter, opium agent at Bena res, has obtained an extension of the ieave granted to him under date the 6th December last, for a further period of a fortnight The Hon'ble the President in council is" pleased to appoint Mr. Assistant Surgeon Thomas Leckie, post usaster at Bhau gulpore. H. T. PRINSEP, Secy. to the Govt.
BY THE GOVERNOR GENERAL. .
camp at Furredpore, the 18th Junmar, 1838.-Lieutenant E. P. Lynch, of the 16th Regiment Bombay Native Infantry, has been nominated to serve with the British Detachment in Persia under the Command of Major General Sir Henry Bethune. This appointment to have effect from the date on which Lieutenant Lynch reported his arrival to the Officer Commanding at Sheeraz
camp at Mona o Aead, to s 27th manuary, 1838.-raptain A. Macleod, of the 5th Regiment Madras Light Cavalry, is appointed to Officiate as Superintendent of who sauzur Division of the Mysore Territory until further orders, in the room of Lieutenant Dobbs.
cAMP, At Meerur, 6th Frb. 1838.-Lieutenant Colone! J. Stewart reported his having uelov. red over charge of the Residency at Hydrabod to Major Cameron on the 14th ultino.
Captain F. Chalmers, the Superinteudent of the Ashtagram Division, delivered over charge of his Office of Captain Brigg’s, the Fourth Assistant, on 30th ultimo.
By order of the 1: ight Honorable the Governor General of India.
W. H. M. ACNA GT EN, Secw. to the Gort.
Political DEPARTwent, 31st JAN. 1838. – Lieutenant Colonel Caulfield, Superintendent of the Mysore Princes, has been this day appointed Agent to the Governor General at Moorshedabad. vice the Houorable Mr M -1 ville resigned
Captain Ouseley will take charge of the office of Superintendent of the Mysore Princes, retaining his prese it office, until further orders.
14th frn.—Lieutenant rolen-1 Stewart Resident, at Hydrabad, reported his eruba kation for the ape of Good Hopc on board the Carnatic, from Bombay on the 1st instant.
fix A.Ncial departur Nt, 14th fee 103s—Mr R. Richardson, Itesident at Commercolly is permitted to be absent from his Office for a period of one inonth on account of ill health
H. T. PRINSEP, Secy. to the Govt. of India.
Eccl. 1st Astical per Antment.—The Hon’ble the Deputy Governor of Bengal is pleased to make the following app, intments: The Reverend Henry Fisher to be Senior Presidency Chaplain and Chaplain to the jail. The appointments to take effect from the 7th ultimo. The Iteverend H. S. Fisher to be District Chaplain at Berham. pore, from the 6th December, last. Mr. Fisher will continue to officiate as Junior Presidency Chaplain until furth or orders Mr. W. H. Abbott, the Risgistrar of the Arche, eaconry of Calcutta, has been permitted by the it ight Rever end the Lord Bishop of Calcutta, to be absent so two month , on urgent pri. vate affairs. Mr. M. A. Biznell will perform the duties of Registrar during
BY THE GOVERNOR GENERAL FOR THE N.W. P.
Judicial AND REve Nue Dep at MENT, camp, futtre-GUNce, 17 rh 1A Nu ARY. 1838 — or Wilmot is appointed to exercise the powers of Joint Magistrate and Deputy Coll ctor at Meerut. The Collector of Customs North Western Frontier Delhi, has been directed to make an arrangement for his relief frum the duties of his appointment at Horul.
cAMP RAR pilly. 24th IAN. 1838.-Mr. R. J. Tayler, Additional Judge of Goruckpore, is transsarret from zllah Goruckpore, to Mirzapore, and appointed Additional Judge in the latter Dis rict.
c MP, Merhou’ ar, 24th JAN. 1838 –v'r G. P. Thompson, special Communissioner under Act III. of 1835, has obtained leave of absence for ten days, in extension of the leave already granted him to enable him to rejoin his Station.
cAMP, MooRADARAD, 27th JAN. I*38.—Mr. N. B. Edmonstone to officiate as Magistrate and Collector of Ghazeepore. Mr. J. J. W. Taunton to officiate as Magistrate and Collector of Hameerpoor. Mr. G T Lushington to officiate with the powers of a Magistrate and Collector in Bareilly. Mr. C. T. LeBas to be an Assistant under the Commissioner of the Agra Division. Mr T. J. Turner to officiate as Member of the sudder Board of Revenue, during the absence of Mr. W. Fane on leave to proceed to the Gape of Good Hope, or until further orders. Mr. J. Davidson to officiate as Commissioner of the Rohilkund Division — Mr. I avidson to make over chai ge of the current duties of the Judge's Office at Furruckabad to Mr. J. Mercer, the Principal Sudder Ameen of the District. Mr. J. T. Rivaz, Judge of Futtehpore, has phtained leave of absence for one month, on his urgent private affairs, to commence trom the 15th proximo-Mr. Rivaz to make over charge of his office to Mr. S. J. Becher, the Officiating Joint Magistrate and Deputy Collector of the District, who will conduct the current duties thereof during Mr. Rivaz's absence.
Political departMENT –Camp at Baire//y the 20th Jan. 1838. —Ensign M. E. Sherwill, of the 69th Regiment Native Infantry, has been appointed to be 2d Subaltern to the Ist Regiment of Infantry of the Oude Coutingent, vice Ensigu R. Hill posted to the Cavalry, By order of the Right Honorable the Governor General.
Camp Futtehgunge, January 17, 1838.-The Right Hon’ble the Governor General is pleased to appoint Colonel J. Cock, of the 51st Regiment Native Infantry, to the Dinapore Division of the Army, with the rank of Brigadier, during the absence of Major General W. Richards, C. B., on Medical Certificate, or until further orders.
cAMP, BARREILLY, JANUARY 22d, 1838. —The Right Hon'ble the Governor General is pleased to appoint Captain P. Craigie, of the 38th Regiment Native Infantry, and 1st Assistant Adjutant General, to be deputy Adjutant General of the Army, with the Official Rank of Major, from the 18th ultimo, vice Lieutenant Colonel Anquetil nominated to the command of the Oude Auxi. liary Force.
WM. CASEMENT M. G. Secg. to the Govt. of India,
Asily. Dept with the Right Hon. the Gopr. Gent.
Jubicial, Revs Nus AND owner AL DEPARTMENT.-cAMP, MoRADABAD, 17th JAN. 1838.-Ecclesiastical. – The Reverend Mr. J. J. Tucker. Captain of Saugor, has obtained leave of absence for twelve months, to visit the Hills on medical certificate, from the 10th instant.
cAMP Monadabad, 29th JAN. 1838.-Mr. R. Cathcart is appoint. ed to officiate, till further orders, as an Additional Sessions Judge in Rohilkund, and to hold the Sessions in zillahs Shahje. hanpore and Dudaon.
Mr. H. Armstrong, Magistrate and Collector of Futtehpore, has obtained fifteen days' leave of absence, in extension of the leave granted him under Orders of the 7th November, 1837, to enable him to rejoil, his Station.
camp umnona, 31st JAN. 1838 – The following officers have obtained leave of absence : Mr. Webly Jackson, Judge of Goruckpore, for one month, on his private affairs, commencing from the 15th current. Mr. R J Taylor, the Additional Judge of the District, has been authorized to officiate for Mr. Jackson, Ataoollah Khan, Sudder Ameen of Hissar, for one mouth, for the recovery of his health in extension of the leave granted him under Orders dated the 20th ultino. Mr. F. O. Wells, Accountant N. W. P., for fifteen days, on his private affairs. Mr. E. H. Morland, officiating Ci Auditor and Deputy Accountant, has been directed to assume charge of the Accountant's Office during the absence of Mr. Wells
Mr. C. Allen quitted the limits of the NorthWestern Provinces in progess to Europe via Bombay, on the 4th January 1838, in con. formity with the leave of absence granted him on the 23d Decem. er last.
BY THE DEPUTY GOVERNOR
judicial, AND REVENUR DEPARTMENT, 30th JAN. 1838.-The H noble the Deputy Governor of Bengal is pleased, with the sanc. tion of the Supreme Government to appoiut Mr J. R. Hutchinson as a Temporary Judge of the Courts of Sudder Dewanny and Nizamut Adawlut, in the room of Mr. D. G. Smyth.
The following Officers have obtained leave of absence from their Stations: Mr. J. F. rathcart, Civil and Session Judge of Purneah, an ex tension of leave, on medical cértificate, to the 16th instant. Mr. G Adams, Joint Magistrate and Deputy Collector of Mid napore for twenty days, in extension of the leave granted to him, on medical certificate, on the the 18th July last preparatory to his applying for permission to proceed to England on Furlough. 1st rebit catv., 1838—Mr J. Curtis, Judge of Burdwan, for one week. on private affairs, from the 5th ins'ant, Mr. J.T Alellis will conduct the current duties of Mr. Curtis' office.
20 Febar Aoy, 1833. – Mr. R. M. Skinner, officiating Magistrate of viy munsing, for six days, from the 9th instant, on private as fairs in extension of the time allowed to join his Station.
OF BEN GAL.
The following Officers have obtained leave of absence from their stations: * . Ponni, Ahv, 1833 —Mr. F. Gouldsbury, Civil and Session Jud-e of West Burdwan, for ten days, on private affairs, in addition to the time allowed to join his Station. 3D fight ARY, 1838. --Mr. C. Harding Officiating Judge of the Courts of Sud ler Dewanny and Nizamnut Adawlut, for one month on private affairs, from the 5th instant, preparatory to his apply. in for pormissision to retire from the Service and proceed to England. Mr. G. C. Cheap, Civil and Session Judge of Mymunsing, for one month, on private affairs, Mr. J. M. Hay, or in his absence Mr. J. Wheler, will couduct the curreut duties of the Judge's Office 6th featu ARY, 1838 –The Honorable the Deputy Governor of Bengal has been pleased to make the following appointments: Mr. H. C. Hamilton to be a Joint Magistrate and Deputy Col. lector in Zillah Behar. Mr. Mamilton will continue to officiate as Collector of that District until further orders. Mr. A. T. Dick to be Joint Magistrate and Deputy Collector of Daeca. Bahon K, las Chunder Dutt to be Deputy Collector in the Dis. trict of Hidgelee, under the Provisions of Regulation IX. of 1838.
The following officers have obtained leave of absence from their stations :
Mr G. N. Cheek, the Assistant Surgeon attached to the Civil Station of Burdwan, for seven days, to visit the Presidency from the 10, h instant, on private affairs.
Mr. T. Huron, Suh Assistant to the Commissioner of Assam, on medical certificate, from the 20th ultimo to the 1st May next, preparatory to his applying for permission to proceed to Sea. Mr. C. R. Streng will act in the rootu of Mr. Hugon during his absence
The Honorable the Deputy Governor of Bengal is pleased to determine that Ramsoonder D-b, late Treasurer of the Sylhet collecto ate, who has beeu convicted and sentenced to imprisonment for einbezzlement of the public money, shall under section IV. Itegulation 11 of 1813, be declared incapable of seiving Government in future in any public capacity.
10th peb., 183s.—The Honorable the Deputy Governor of Bengal has been pleased to make the following Appointment :
Mr. R. E. Cunliffe to officiate until further orders, as Collector of Patna, vice Mr. J. S. Duuergue, who is at present officiating in that office.
The following officer has obtained leave of absence from his Station . - Mr. C. W. Full or Assistant Surgeon, attached to the civil station. of Nuddea, for three days, in extension of the leave grant. ed to him on the l6th ultimo.
13th Feb., 1838.-The Honorable the Deputy Governor of Ben. gal is pleased to make the following Appointment :
Mr. W. B. Jackson to be Commissioner of Revenue of the 14th or Moo; ashcaabad Division.
The following Officers have obtained leave of absence from their Station Mr. R. M. Skinner, Officiating Magistrate of Mymunsing, for five days, on private affairs, in extension of that granted to him on the 2d instant. Mr. F.A. Lushington, Assistant to the Magistrate and Collector of Rajeshahy, for two months, from the 14th , ultimo, on medical cer ificate. Mr. I. I. Jordan, Sudder Ameen and Moonsist of Backergunge, an extension of leave of absence for fifteen days, from the 16th to enable him to rejoin his station.
The following Officers have obtainedleave of absence from their stations :
Mr. C Tottenham, Deputy Collector of Tirhoot, for the conduct of suits under Regulations II, of 1819 and III, of 1s2s, for one month, on medical certificate, Mr. W. Vansit tart will officiate during Mr. Tottenham's absence.
16th pen. 1838—Mr. G Adam, Joint Magistrate and Deputy Collector of Midnspore unt I the sailing of the Ship Thomas Grenville, on which vessel he has taken his passage for Eugland, in extension of the leave granted to him on the 30th ultimo.
Mr. A. Cumming, Magistrete and Collector of Mynpooree, reported his return to this Presidency from the Cape of Good Hope on the 27th ultiuno.
16th Febar Aay, 1838.-Mr. F Gouldsburv. Civil and session Judge of Burdwan West for ten days, in extension of the leave granted to him on the 6th instant, to enable him ro join his Station.
20th Febar ARY, 1838 –Wr R P Harrison has been authorized to exercise the powers of a Joint Magistrate and Deputy Collee tor in zillah Chittagong, Baboo Madhobanund Ghose is appointed a Deputy Collector under to egulation IX 1833, in the Province of Cuttack, B boo Sousunt Raie do do under do in do. Uhdool Roaf do in do. Rajah Atulbeharree Sing Roy Behndoor do. do. under do. in de. Mr S. M. Chill, lit to ditto under ditso in ditto. B boo Kalachund Buse ditto ditto under ditto in ditto. Raboo Issure huntier Citter ditto ditio under ditto in ditto. Baboo Shewa Chunder Dewa ditto ditto under ditto in ditto. Baboo Shant hund-r Sirkar dit to ditto under ditto in ditto. Baboo Radhanah Day ditto ditto under ditto in ditto. baboo, it adhanath Bose ditto ditto under ditto in ditto. Baboo Jaudob Chander Seth ditto ditto under ditto in ditto. Baboo Rajnarain Bysak ditto ditto under ditto in ditto. Baboo Neel Coinal Ghose ditto ditto under ditto in ditto.
The following Officers have obtained leave of absence from their Stations : Mr. T. R. Davidson, Commissioner of Revenue of the 18th or Patna Division, for two years, to proceed to the Cape of Good Hope, on medical certificate Mr W. C. diron, Officiating Magistrate and Collector of Ra. jeshahy, for four months to procee to Singapore, on private af. fairs, in extension of the leave granted to him on the 23d ultimo. Mr D. Pringle will officiate as Magistrate and Collector of Itajeshahy, during Mr. Dirom's absence or until further orders. Captain H. Rutherford, Principal Assistant to the Commis. sioner of Assam, an extension of leave of ab ence from the 26th October last to the ist instant, being the date of his receiving charge of the Gowalparah Division, Mr. R. T. W. Cetts, Deputy Collector under Regulation IX. of 183? in Burdwan, having returned to his duties on the 31st December last, the unexpired portion of his leave of absence has
been cancelled at his request.
The undermentioned. Officers are permitted to proceed to Europe on furlough : Captain Federick Abbott, of the corps of Engineers. Exoco tive Engineer 12th or Kurnaul division department of public works, Lieutenant Godfrey Thomas Greene, of the Corps of Eii gineers, executive engineer 7th or rawnpore division of public works. Lieutenant Neville Anbury Parker, of the 5°th it “gion ont Native infantry, Lieutenant Thomas Caldecott Walker, of the 26 h it egionent Native Infantry, and Surgeon Isaac Jackson, of the Medical Department, on account of private affairs. Assistant surgeon Edmund Tritton, of the Medical Depart; ment, attached to the civil station of Ally Ghur, on medical •ertificate. Brevet Captain Faward Brace, of the 48th Regiment Native Infantry, for one year without pay, on urgent private affairs. The unexpired portion of the leave of absence obtained by Cap. tain Andrew Charlton, of the 74th Regiment Native infantry. 2" in command of the Assam Light infantry, in General Orders No. 116, of the 12th June last, is cancelled from the 23d instant The unexpired portion of the leave of absence obtained by Sur. geon Joseph Langstaff, 1st Member of the vi edical Board, in Gene. ral Order. No. 55, of the 16th March last, is cancelled from the 28th instant. Conductor David Wheeler, of the ordnance commissariat dr. partment, is permitted to retire from the service of the East India Company, on the pension of is rank, from the date of his sailing for Europ-. Overseer Serjeant wichael Omeara, of the 18th division department of public works, is admitted to the brnefits of the Prn sion sanctioned by the minutes of Council of the 11th Jan "ay. 1797, and general orders dated 5th February 1820, subject to the confirmation of the Hon’ble the Court of Directors, with perin is: sion to receive his stipend in Europe.
No. 18 of 1838,-Sargeon John Grant, Apothecary to the East India Company, having reported his return to the Presidency, is directed to assume the duties of his office from the 1st proximo. Fort William, 7th February, 1838 - No. 21 of 1838.-The fol. lowing paragraphs of a military letter, No. 80, dated the 22d No. vember 1837, from the Hon'ble the Court of Directors, are pub. lished for general information : “Para. 2. We have granted additional Officers; viz. Lieutenant Colonel Hugh Caldwell, till July next, and then to return Overland. Captains Lewis Burroughs, G. E. Westmacott and Lieutenant Richard Ouseley, for six months. 3. we have permitted Major Charles Christie to retire from the service. The vacancy has effect from the 9 h July, isso.”
leave to the following
fort William, 12th February, 1838–No. 24 of 1838—The Honourable the President in Council is pleased to make the fol. lowing promotions: Cavalry.—Lieutenant Colonel and Brevet Colonel Samuel Smith to be Colonel, from the 15th November 1837, vice Colonel George Becher deceased. Major James William Roberdeau to be Lieutenant Colonel, from the I5th November 1837, vice Lieutenant Colonel and Brevet Colonel Samuel Smith promoted. 4th Regiment Light Cavalry —captain and Brevet Major John Barclay to be Major, Lieutenant and Brevet Captain Willian Benson to be captain of a troop, and Cornet Mathew Richard onslow to be Lieutenant : from the 15th November 1837, in succession to Major James William Roberdean promoted.
The following Officers are permitted to proceed to Europe on Furlouah : Brevet colonel William Battine, of the regiment of Artillery. principal commissary of Ordnance, Captain Edward Herring, of the 57th regiment native innfantry, Lieutenant Zachary viudge | Mallock of the regiment of Artillery, Lieutenant John Torton. of the 3d regiment native infantry, Lieutenant James Higginson, of the 58th regiment N. L., and Assistant Surgeon Hu h Maclean, of the medical department, on account of private affairs. Lieutenant Colonel Henry Burney, of the 19th regiment N. 1 , Lieutenant Francis Edward Smith, of the tooth Regiment N. I. and Surgeon Edward Jordon Yeatman, M.D., of the medical department, on medical certificate. onsign Charles Fitzroy Mitter Mundy, of the 34th regi ment native infantry, is permitted to proceed to New South Wales on medical certificate, and to be absent from Bengal on that account for two years. The permission granted by the Bombay Government to Ceptain William James Symons of the Bengal Artillery, to proceed thence to Europe on furlough, on medical certificate, is confirmed by the Supreme Government. The furlough is to be calculated as having commenced from the date on which captain Symons left the Bengal presidency.
supernumerary Cornet Mathew Ward is brought on the esses tive strength of the cavalry. 7th Regiment Native Infantry.—Captain and Brevet Major Stephen Moody to be Major ; Lieutenant and Brevet Captain Joseph Leverton Revell to be Captain of a company, and Ensign Arthur Purves Phayre te be Lieutuant; from the 9th of July 1835, in succession to Major Charles Christie retired. The undermentioned officers are perinitted to proceed to Europe on furlough : Lieutnant William James Rind, of the 71st Rigiment Native Infantry, and Ensign George Sackville Henry Brow ue, of the 70th regiment native, infantry, on medical certificate. surgeon Alexander Russeil Jackson, M. D of the medical department and Assistant Surgeon Willian Spencer, of the Mle. dical Department, on account of private affairs. Lieutenant Goodricke Armstron: Fister, of the 1st Regiment Native Infantry, is permitted to proceed to Europe on Furlough, for one year, without way, on account of his private affairs. The leave of absence granted to Captain George Cox, of the 60th Regiment Native Infantry, in general orders No. 244 of the lith December last, is to commence from the 3d ultino instead of the date therein specified. The permission granted by the Government of Prince of Wales Island to Assistant sugeon Richard John Brassey, attached to the settlements of Malacca, to proceed thence to Europe on furlough, on medical certificate, in confirmed, by the Suprein" Government.
No. 17 of 1839.-The undermentioned men of Her Majesty's . service are permitted to reside in India as out pensioners of chelsea hospital, and draw their pay at the stations specified opposite to their respective names, according to the 55th article of the Pension warrant of the 14th November 1829, pruding a reference to the Horse Guards as to the amount of their pensious : 11th Light Dragoons.—Private George scales, Meerut. 26th regiment Foot.—Privates William Graut, R bert Palmer and John Wilkinson, Calcutta. 31st Regiment Foot.—Private John Scott, Calcutta. No 22 of 1838—The undermentioned Gentlemen are admitted to the service in conformity with their appoinment by the Hon ble the court of Directors as Cad, ts of cavalry and insantry on this Establishment, and promoted to the rank of Cornet and Ensign resrectively : Rank has been assigned to them in General Orders No 255 of the 29th December last. Cavalry —Mr. Archibald Stewart Galloway, date of arrival at Fort William 27th January 1838. Infantry.— Mr. William Henry Williams, ditto 37th ditto. Mr. James Pattulo, ditto 30th ditto. The undermentioned officers have returned to their duty, on this ...stablishment, without prejudice to their rank, by perms.ssion of the Hon'ble the Court of Directors: Lieutenant Colonel Thomas Dundas, of the 62d regiment N. 1. date of arrival at Fort Wiliiam 5th February 1838. Major John Thomson of the 31st ditto, ditto, 30th January 1848 Lieutenant James Richard Benson Andrews, of the 52d ditto, ditto 5th February 1838. Ensign William Hayes Lewis Bird, of the 12th ditto ditto 30th January 1838.
No. 23 of 1838.-Assistant Surgeon J. Lamb, attached to the civil station of Malda, obtained in the judicial and revenue departments, under date the 19th December last, leave of absence for six weeks, on medical certificate. Assistant Surgeon Robert Christie, garrison Assistant Snrgeon at Allahadad, was nominated in the political department on the 18th Decembrr last, to officiate, until turther cruers, as surgeon to the Resident at Nepal.,
Lieutenant A. Ramsay, of the 34th regiment native infantry, was appointed by the Lieutenant Governor north western pro vinces, under date the oth recenaer last, an Assistant to the Commissioner in Kumaoon.
surgeon John Forsyth of the 45th regiment native infantry station-d at Shajehan pore, was appoined by the Lieutenant Go vernor north western provinces, on the 16th December last, to take medical charge of the civil station, vice Assistant Sur geon J. F. Bacon, transterred to the civil station of \loradabad
Assistant Surgeon H I. Tucker, M. D Officiating civil Assis tant Surgeon at Moozuff is nuzzur, was, at his own request, placed by the Lieutenant Governor north western provinces, on the 16th December last, at tue disposal of His Excellency the Commauder in Chief.
No. 25 of 1838. – The following appointment by the Honoura. ble the De uty Governor of Fort William, is published in General Orders :
Brevet captain william Stuart Monteath, of the 69th regiment native infa try, to Oficiate as Fort Adjutant of Fort Willian during the absence of Lieut. Loughnau, or until further orders
his rank, by permission of the Honourable the Court of Directors —Date of arrival within the limits of the Bengal Presidency, 18th January, 1838.
His Honour in Council is pleased to make the following Appts.
2d Lieutenant S. Pott, of the Corps of Engineers, who was ap. nointed in General Orders No 213, of the 16th October last, Assistant to the Superintendent of Feroze Shah's Canal, is re appointed as assis, ant to the Sut. of the ourdwan and Benares Road.
2d 1.ieutenant C. L. Spitta, of the Corps of Engineers, to be Acting Assistaut to the Supe, intendent of the Canals, West of the Juinia.
The following Proundtion is made in the Subordinate Medical Department :
Hospital apprentice Richard Bean to be Assistant Apatheca. ry, from the 21st January 1838, vice Dempsey deceased.
No. 30 of 133S.-Captain F. H. Sandys, of the 36th Regiment Native Infantry, Principal Assistant in charge of Ninaur, obtained in the political Department, under date the 31 January last, one month's leave of absence from the 5th mltimo.
Lieutenant A. Itamsay, of the 34th Regiment Native In"antry, Assistant to the Commissioner at Kumaon, obtained from the Lieutenent Governor North Western Provinces, under date she 29th Dece inber 1837, leave of absence, on medical certificate, to remain at Meerut for the re-establishment of his health, from the 23d of that ino,ath o the 1st of Alarch next.
Lieutenant Colonel Burney, of the 16th Regiment Native Iusautry, Resident at Ava, obtained in the Political Department, under date the 24th ultimo, leave of absence for two months, fruin the 6th Decembe.
Assistant surgeon J. Lamb, attached to the Civil Station of Malda, obtained leave of absence in the Judicial and Reveaus Department, under date the 16th ultimo for two months, on medi. cal certificate, in extension of the leave granted to hitu on the 19th December last.
Lieuten in Colonel James caulfield. C. B., of the 1st Regimeet Light Cavalry, was appointed in the Political Dep ortment, under date the 31st ultino, a gent to the Governor General at Morshed. abad, vice the Honorable \lr. Melville resigned.
surgeon James Hutchinson was appointed in the General Departin, nt under date the 1st instant, to act as Private Secretary to the Deputy Governor of Bengal, until further orders.
BY THE COMMANDER IN CHIEF.
No. 26 of 1838.-The Hon'ble the President in Council is pleased to make the followin: promotions :
33d Regiment Native Infantry – Lieutenant Robert Turnbull
Santi-man to be captain of a company, and Ensign George Don
nithorne Elliott to be Lieutenant, from the 12th Feb 1838, in
26th December, 1837 – Assistant Surgeon John McCosh, Officiat. ing Second Assistant Presidency General Hospital, to the medical charge of the 1st Regiment of Cavalry of the Oude Auxiliary Force, on the 22d Instant
4th January 1838 –Lieutenant R Morrieson, of the 52d Regi. ment Native infantry to be Assistant to the Agent to the Governor General for the states of Itajepootanah, vice Lieutenant Con”) ly. This Appointment to have effect from the date of Lieutenant Conolly's embarkation for Europe,
6th January, 1833 –Cornet C. G. Becher, of the 1st Regiment Light Cavalry, to be Adjutant of the 1st Itegiment Cavalry in the Oude Auxiliary Force, vice Lieutenant Hailes resigned.
Ensign Rowley Hill, of the 4th Regiment Native Infantry, from the 1st Regiment of Infantry to the 1st Regiment of Cavalry in the Oude Auxiliary Force as 1st subaltern, vice Cornet Becher.
15th January, 1838 –Captain J. W. Douglas, of the 5td Regiment Native Infantry, to be Second Assistant to the Resident at indore This Appointment to take effect from the dote of Alajor Johnston's resignation.
20th January, 1838 –Ensign E. M. She will, of the 69th Regi. ment Native Infantry, to be 2a Subaltern to the 1st Itegiment of Infantry of the Oude Contingent, vice R.Hill posted to the Cavalry. No. 29 of 1838 –The Honorable the President in Council is pleased to make the following Promotions. 72d Regiment Native Infantry —Lieutenant Hugh Hughes Lloyd to be Captain of a company; and Ensign Charles Henry 1)eane Spread to be Lieutenant, from the 7th of Feb 1838, in succession to Captain Charles Henry Boisragon deceased. The undermentioned Officers are permitted to proceed to Europe on Purlough : Colonel James Fullarton Dundas, of the Regiment of Artillery; and Assistant Surgeon James Stokes, M. D., of the Medical De. partment, on account of private affairs.
The undermentioned Officers have leave of absence on medical
Ecclesiastic AL.-ARCH Do Ato Not Y or calcutta.
pore. in the above Arch leaconry, for granting Episcopal Licences
Dated at calcutta, this 3d day of November 1837.
Head Quarters, Camp, Thanaisur, December 24, 1837.- on. drew Inglis, a recruit, “cently arrived in the ship 1: epulse, is placed on the Town viajor's list, and directed to be sent to Meerut for employment under the orders of the Major Genera command. ling the division.
3d Battalion Artillery.-Captain A. Abb "tt from 1st December to 1st March 1838 to remain at Meerut, on private affairs, and en. able him to join. | 2 | Itegiment Native infantry. —Lieutenant J. shaw, from 1st December to 31st December in extention, to remain at the Presi. idency, on medical certificate.
Head Quarters, Camp. Thanaisur, Dec. 25, 1837.-the regi. mental order dated the 15th instant, by Major C R. W. Lane commanding the 2d native infantry, appointing Lieutenant or. Young to act as Adjutant, during the absence, on leave of Lieut Kay, is comfir wed.
The Presidency division order of the oth instant, directing the transfer of Asistant Apothecary A. Desegrady, from the h spiral of Her Majesty's 9th regiment to that of the 4th battalion of a til. lery at Dum Dunn, is confirmed.
The Saugor division order of the 9th instant, annointine capt. R. D. White, of the 69th native infantry, to officiate as Deputy Judge Advocate General to the division, on the departure on inty" of Capt. Macdonald, is confirmed as a temporary arrangement.
The leave of absence, for six months, granted to Major C. J. C. Davidson, of Engineers, in General Orders of the .9th ultimo, is to have t flect from the 1st of September last, instead of from the date thereins, ecified.
His Excellency the Commander in Chief is pleased to make the following appointment:
20th Regt, Native Infantry.—Lieut. A. B. Morris to be Interpreter and Quarter Master, vice Scott appointed to the commissariat department.