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Judicial and Reventre Department, the 21st April, 1838.—The Honorable the Deputy Governor of Bengal has been pleased to make the following Appointment. Mr. Assistant Surgeon John. Arnott, M. D., to the temporary charge of the Medical duties of the Civil Station of Gowaiparah. The following Officer has obtained leave of absence from his Station. Lieutenant H. Siddons, Revenue Surveyor in Chittagong, for six weeks on private affairs. The 24th April, 1838.-The Honorable the Deputy Governor of Bengal has been pleased to make the following Appointments : Mr. J. Marley to be Deputy Collector under Regulation IX o 1833 in Patna. Baboo Degumber Mitter to be ditto ditto under ditto in ditto, tak ing effect from the 19th December last. Mr. J. Macleod to be ditto ditto under ditto in Shahabad, ditto from the 1st January last. Mr. G Dixon to be ditto ditto under ditto in ditto, ditto fom the 1st January last. Moulavie Shakawut Ally to be ditto ditto under ditto in Sarun, ditto from the 1st January last. Mr. L. H. Boilard to be ditto ditto under dito in ditto, ditti from the 28th December last. The following officer has obtained leave of absence from his station: Mr. W. B. Jackson, Commissioner of Revenue of the I4th 0. Moorshedabad Division, for five days, to visit the Presidency, on private affairs. Mr. C.J.H. Graham, Joint Magistrate and Deputy collecto of Rajeshahye, reported his departure for the Cape of G. od Hop, on the ship Rorburgh Castle, which vessel was left by the Pilot on the 15th instant.
Fort William, Legislative Department, the 26th March, 1338 -The hon. the Court of Directors having, with the approbation of the Right Hon. the Commissioners for the affairs of India, re commended the appointments of Frederick Milett, Esq., of the Bengal Civil Service, as member, and James Charles Colebrook Sutherland, Esq., as secretary, of the Indian Law Commission.
The Hon. the President of the Council of India in Council, with the concurrence of the Right Hon. the Governor General of India has this day been pleased to appoint Frederick Millett, Esq., to be a member of the Indian Law Commission, and James Charles Colebrooke Sutherland, Esq., to be secretary to the said Counmis sion in the place of Mr. F. Millett.
Judicial and revenue department, the 27th March, 1838 – The Honorable the Deputy Governor of Bengal has been pleased to make the following appointments : Mr. A. Ross to be an assistant to the register of the Courts of Sudder Dewanny and Nizamut Adawlut. " Mr. H. Atherton to officiate as joint magistrate and deputy col lector at Rajeshahy during the absence of Mr. Dirom or until further orders. The following officers have obtained leave of absence from their stations: Mr. G. C. Cheap, civil and session judge of Shahabad, for three days, in addition to that granted to him on the 3d ultimo. Mr. J. T. Mellis. officiating joint magistrate and deputy collec. tor of Burdwan, for one month, on medical certificate.
The 30th March, 1838.-Mr. Charles Francis, deputy collector of Calcutta, sor three months, to proccod to Singapore on medical
certificate, Mr. Wale Byrn will officiate as deputy collector during Mr Francis' absence or until further orders. Rai Doorganarain Roy, Ist principal, sudder ameen of west Burdwan, for twenty days, in additiou to the period of the Moourren vacation Moulvie Mahomed Rafiq, acting sudder ameen of Monghyr, for the period of the Mohurrom vacation. Mr. T. R. Davidson, commissioner of revenue of the 11th or Patna division, has reported his departure from Bengal for the Cape of Good Hope on board the ship Marion, which vessel was left by the pilot on the 23d instant.
Judicial and revenue department, the 27th March, 1838.-The !onorable the Deputy Governor of Bengal has been pleased to make the following appointment : Syed Hosseyn Buksh to be Sudder ameen in zillah Beerbhoom.
The following oil, cer has obtained leave of absence from his station : vir. W. Luke, officiating magistrate and collector of Sarun, for our days, in addition to that granted to him on the 16th January 1st, to enable him to rejoin his station. The 31st Ma, ch, 1838 –The Hon. the Deputy Governor of 3engal has been pleased to make the following appointment : Wr assistant Surgeon J. S. Login. M. D., to perform the medi'al duties of the civil station of Hooghly, during the absence of octor Wise. The 3d April, 18 is —The following officers have obtained leave f absence from their stations:
Mr. R. P. Nizoet, judge of Nuddeah. during the remainder of he Mo'urrem vacation, on medical certifieate. Mr C. Grant, magistrate and depaty collector of Hooghly, for wenty days, in extension of the leave granted to him on the 2d ultimo. Mr C. Steer, officiating magistrate of Nuldeah, for one week, on private affairs. Vir “. C. Loch will officiate in the above office during the absence of Mr. Steer. Mr. W. M. Dirom, joint magistrate and deputy collector of taieshahy, has reported his departure to sea on board the ship to iel, which was left by the pilot on the 25th ultimo.
Judicial and revenue department, the 27th March, 1838.sr. C. Tottenham, deputy colio tor of Tirhoot. for two years. on medical certificate, to proceed to New South Wales, via Mauriius or the Cape of Good Hope The 3d April, 1838.-The Hon. the Deputy Governor of Bengal was been pleased to make the following appointinent. Mr. C. Grant to officiate, until further orders, as joint magistrate and deputy collector at Noacoily, in the room of Mr. C. T. Davidson. The 11th April, 1838—The following officer has obtained leave of absence from his station: Mr. H. Athe, ton, assistant under the Conmissioner of Cuttack for one month, from the 14th ultimo, oil in dical certificate Th. 1, thqpril, 1838 –The Hon. the Deputy Governor of *engal has been pleased to make the following appointineuts. vor. Assistant surgeon James Pagan to the charge of the Medi'al Duties of the Civil Station of Gyah, vice ilr. Assistaat Surgeon Taylor. Mr. Assistant Surgeon John Wool to the charge of the netliral luties of the civil station of Rungpore, vice Mr. Assistaut Surgeou Pagan. The 12th April, 1338–Mr. C. Tottenham, deputy collector of Tirhoot. has reported his departvre for the Cape of Good Hope, on board the Roxburgh Castle, on the luth instant. fit Ed. JAS. HALLIDAY,
gence to be exercised at their discretion) Packets of reasonable weight at the ordinary bangy rates of table 4. schedule A, for despatch, by the letter post of any cross road on which a bangy p st may not be established, or to the nearest station whence they can be conveyed by bangy, provided that the party ‘ending the same shall satisfy the post master that the packet contains no letter or writing, and provided that the mail be not thereby loaded above the maximum gross weight to be conveyed by a single run uer, viz. 9 szers, or 13|bs.
Bauzy parcels of moderate weight, received for transmission to p'aces beyond a bangy range, will in like manner be received at bangy rates for the whole distance. They will then be forwarded by bangy as far as such bangy post travels, and thence be sent on by letter poet, should such transmission be possible without overloading the runners; otherwise their further transmission will be completed by means of extra bangies to be hited for the purpose.
By order of the lion, the President in Council, h. T. Piti NS EP. Secy, to the Govt. of India'
Fort William, legislative department, the “d April, 1838 – The following draft of a proposed act was read in Council for the first time on the 2d April, 1838. Act No. – of 1888.
It is hereby enacted, that from the – day of all powers vested by regulation XI. of 1831 of the Madras code in zillah or assistant judges, shall be vested in every principal suilder ameen
within the territories subject to the Government of the presidency
of Fort St. George, in respect of all hidden reasure of any of the kinds specified in section II. of that regulation, which may be found within his jurisdiction ; and all rules applicable to zillah or assistant judges, shall be applicable to every such principal sudder ameen, in respect of such treasure. Ordered, that the draft now read be published for general infor. mation. Ordered that the said draft be re-considered at the first meeting of the legislative council of India after the 15th day of May next.
Fort Wil iain, legislative department, the 2d April, 1838.The following draft of a proposed act was reau in Council fur the first time on the 2d Apr 1, 1838. Act No. — of 1838.
I. It is hereby enacted that it shall be competent to the Gover nor General of India in Council by an order in council, to ex tend any part of the provisions of regulation XII of 1838, to the court of any principal sudder ameen, suider auneen, on moonsis?
II. And it is hereby enacted, that it shall be lawful for the Governor General of India in Council to delegate the powe, given to him by section t. of this act to the Governor of Bengal, and to the Lieutenant Governor of the north western provinces, or to any functionary exercising the authority of Government in the nurth western provinces.
Major J. G Drummond, of the 6th regiment native infantry, is placed at the disposal of the right Hon. the Governor General, for the purpose of Surveying a line of road from Agra to Bombay.
The following temporary arrangement is made in the subordi. nate branch of the drpartment of Public works during the absence o: Conductor E. Townsend, from the 11th February last, the date on which he proceeded to Europe on furlough, on medical celtiscate.
Sub-conductor Walter Synnott is promoted to the rank of act. ing conductor, and Oversecr Pigott to that of Acting Sub conductor.
Gunner Michael Carroll, of the 1st troop 3d brigade horse artillery, is admitted to the henetits of the pension sanctioned by minutes of Council of the llth January 1797, and General orders da ed 5th February 1820, subject to the confirmation of the Hon. the Court of Directors, with perinission to receive his stipend at Dum Dum,
Fort William, 9th April, 1833.-No. 51 of 1833.-The Hon. the President in Council is pleased to make the following promotions :
8th regiment native infantry.—Captain George Hicks to be Major, Lieutenant and Brevet Captain George Gordon to be Captain of a Company, and Fnsign Charles Ginkell Landon to be Lieutenant, from the 8th of January 1838, in succession to Major James Leslie Day deceased.
29th regiment native infantry.—Captain John Satchwell to be Major, Lieutenant and Brevet Captain Henry FitzSimons to be Captain of a company, and Ensign Henry Shaw Stewart to be Lieutenant, from the 6th of April 1838, in succession to Major David Dalrymple Anderson retired on the pension of a Colonel.
His Honor in Council is pleased to make the following appoint. Inent:
Fort William, General Department, the I4th April, 1838.Mr. J. P. Grant has resumed his situation of deputy secretary to the Government of India in the judicial and revenue departments, and has been directed to officiate as deputy secretary in the General, secret and political departments of the Government of India.
Mr. G. C. Plowden will continue to officiate as deputy secretary to the Government of Bengal in the judicial and revenue departments.
Mr. H. W. Bayley is appointed to be special assistant in the general, secret and political departments.
H. T. PRINSEP. Secy. to the Government of India.
The Hon. the president in Council is pleased to appoint Mr. Assistant Surgeon Henry Taylor, Post-Master at Gyah.
Fori William, 16th April 1833.-No. 58 of 1834 – Assi-tant Surgeon John Arnott, M.D., is placed at the disposal of the Gvernment of Bengal, for the purpose of being appointed to tes temporary charge of the medical duties of the civil station of Gowalparah.
Fort William, 23d April, 1838.-No. 59 of 183s.—The Henthe President in Council is pleased to make the following promotion :
58th regiment native infantry.—Ensign George Dalston, to be Lieutenant from the 16th April 1838, vice Lieutenant Frederick Baratty Lardner resigned the service of the East India Company. “
Lieutenant William Anderson, of the 59th regiment native infantry, is promoted to the rank of Captain by Brevet, from the 21st April 1838.
Major Charles Hamilton, of the 22d regiment native infantry. is permitted to proceed to Europe on Furiough, on account of his private affairs.
Captain Ninian Lowis, of the 63d regiment native infantry. assistant to the general superintendent for the suppression of Thuggee, is permitted to proceed to Singapore, on Medical Certificate, and to be absence from Bengalou that account for six months
Ensign David Clark Scott, of the 3d regiment native infantry is permitted to proceed to Singapore on account of his private, affairs, and to be absent from Bengal on that account for five months.
RY THE G overt Nort. General.
Revenne department, camp at Rajghat, the 32d March 1835. – The services of Mr. H. Stokes, lately Superintendent of Nugger, under the Commissioner of Mysore, have this day been. replaced at the disposal of the Guvernment of Fort St. George.
Political department, camp at Rajghat the 24th March isss —Wir. Assistant Surgeon H. Taylor, at present civil surgeon at Gyah, is posted to the 2d regiment of infantry in the ouie auxiliary force.
Mr. B. H. Hodgson. the resident at Nepal. reported his havin: resumed charge of the residency from Mr. A. Caupbell on the 5th instant. o
Political department, camp, at Nahun, the 26th March. 1838.- The Right Hon the Governor General has been pleased to make the following appointments, triz.
Lieut. R. S. Dobbs to he super intendent of the Nugzar dirision of the Mysore territory, vice Mr H. Stokes. Lieutenant Dobbs will continue to ossiriate as superintendent of the Cuittledroog division, until further orders.
Captain I. Briggs is promoted to be 3d assistant to the commis. sioner for the Government of the territories of his Highnes the Itajah of Mysore, vice Lieutenant Dobbs.
The Hon. H. B. Devereux is promoted to be 4th assistant to ditto ditto, vice Captain Briggs, and is to nificiate as 3d assist. ant: and Lieutenant H. Montgomery is appointed to officiate as 4th assistant to the commissioner.
Political Department, camp, Ranghur, the 30th March, 1833 Mr. Assistant tsurgeon W. Stevenson, M. D., attached to the Lucknow residency, has been permitted to proceed to the hills, on medical certificate, for the period of eight mouths, from the 1st proximo to the 1st of December next.
By order of the Right Hon. the Governor General of India,
Political department, camp, at Pinjore, the 31st March 1838 —Mr. H. Stokes, superintendent of the Nuggur division. deliver. ed over charge of his office on the 22d ultimo, to Captain A. Macleod. By order of the Right Hon'ble the Governor General of India. W. H. MacNAGhten. Secy, to the Govt. of India with the Gov. Gen.
Judical, revenue and general department. Simla, the 2d Apriv. 1838, revenue.—Mr. G. F. Edmonstone is appointed to conduct the revision of settlements under Regulation IX of 1833, from the 1st instant, and will be employed for the present in the Diatrict of Allahabad.
His Excellency the Cnmmander in Chief is pleased to maks the following appointment :
10th regiment native infantry.-Lieutenant R. Ramsay to be interpreter and quarter master, vice Grange, who has proceeded to Euro e on furlough.
The appointinent of Sergeant Peter Montogomery, of the 2d company 4th battalion of a tillery, to be quarter-maste: Sergeant to the 57th regiment of native infantry, published in general orders of the 0th instant, is cancelled ; and that non commissi no-d officer is appointed an Overse-r in the gun pew der works at Ishapore, vice Prussia, who has obtained his discharge.
Sergeant John Forrest, of the 1st company 1st hattalion of artillery, is transferred to the Town Major's list, and appointed quarter-master Sergeant to the 57th regiment of native infantry at Barrackpore, vice Montgomery.
By order of His Excellency the Commander in Chief.
Head Quarters, Simla, 23d March 1833.-His Excellency the Commander in Chief having had under his consideration the weekly and reduced state in which native soldiers are reported to reach their regiments at the head quarters of the Rajpootanah, wey war and Malwah field forces. on their return from furioush. occasioned by their protracting their stay at their homes, until it is rendered difficult for them, except by the greatest possible exertion, to rejoin their regiments before the termination of their leave of absence, and being desirous of applying a remedy to this evil, is pleased to direct, that, previous to the departure of their men on furlough, the officers commanding regiments at Nusserrabad, Neemuch and Mhow shall warn them to leave their hones so as to admit of those for Mhow reaching Agra by the 3d of October, those for Neemuch by the 10th, and those for Nusseerabad by the 21st of that month.
2. The men, as they arrive at Agra, will report themselves to the Brigade Major, who, under the orders of the Brigadier Cornmandant, will provide tents for their accommodations, so long as they may remaiu at that station.
3. The Mhow party will proceed on the 6th Oct. under the senior native commssioned oshcer, by the regular marches; and the parties for Neemuch and Nusseerabad will move on the 12th of that month respectively
4. The Brigade Major at Agra will furnish the native officers commanding parties with routes; and will make the necessary communitations to the officers of the political department, to ensure supplies being provided for the men at the different stages.
5. The superintending Surgeon of the Agra circle will make such arrangements as will enable him to hold a native dortor available to proced with each party, supplied with such medicines as may be thought necessary; and on the anival of the men at their destinations. the brigadiers commanding the field forces will inspect the report, for this excellencies information, the state in which they unay find them.
6. Officers commanding regiments are required to notice, as a disobedience of orders, any instance in which a soldier may fail to join at Agra in time to move with the patty to which he may belong.
7. Commading officers of corps from which men are about to proceed on leave, are to take care that every one is made acquaintcd with the date on which he is required to quit his house, in order to reach Agra at the appointed time ; and the calculation for this purpose is to be made as nearly as possible, so as to allow the individual one day for every 16 miles from his home to the place of general rendezvous.
8. It is to be considered a general rule throughout the service, that men returning from furlough, who, from having over-marched themselves, arrive in a debilitated state, rendering their admis- sion into hospital necessary shall continue on the same allowances as if absent on leave, until they returu to their duty perfectly recovered,
-His Excellency the Commander in chief is pleased to order the following removals and postings of medical officers:
Surgeon N. Morgan, on furlough, from the 62d to the 7th regiment of native infantry.
surgeon J. Menzies, new promotion, to the 62d regiment of native infantry.
Assistant Surgeon E. Tritton, on furlough, to the 5th regiment of native infantry.