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Agra, to be hung up in the Metcalfe testimonial. It is the one BAZELY, Capt. F. R. art. to 1st co. 6th batt. July 24 ; to be dept. subscribed for by his friends and admirers at Agra, who also con, prio. com. of ordnance, to have ch. of arsenal at Fort Willia.n, ¥. tributed to the establishment of a scholarship, in honour of him,
Capt. Dyke. at the. Agra College. The painting is in oil, and was taken by
BIDdULPĖ, Lieut. col. E. c.b. to 2nd brig: H. A. July 24. an eminent Italian artist at Rome. The likeness is considered
BLACK, Lieut. G. A, 69th N.I, to act'as adj. Aug. 2. excellent, and the execution is admirable. Mr. R. is represented
BLAKE, Lieut. col. G. art, to gth batt. July 24.
BLOOMFIELD, 1st Lieut. F. G. art. to 2nd co. 6th batt. July 24. in a standing posture, with a book in one hand. The picture is
BODDAM, 2nd Lieut. H. M. art, to 2nd co. Ist batt. July 24. in a splendid gilt massive frame, made in England,
BOILEAU, Capt. F. B. to com. 2nd co. Ist batt. arts at Nusseera. JESSORE, AUG. 9. -We liad a very severe earthquake here, on bad, July 24 the night of the 6th, which alarmed the inmates of my house ex- BONNY, 2nd Lieut. A. art. to 1st comp. 1st batt. July 24. ceedingly. Its approach was indicated by a noise from the Boswell, Lieut. N.C, 2nd N, 1, to be adj., 8. Maigwaring, decil. eastward, resembling very much the distant rumbling sound of July 23, carriage-wheels in Calcutta, and a sudding lulling of the wind, BOURchier, Lieut, G. to be int, and gr.mr. 8th batt. art: July 24. which had previously blown strong. The shoek itself was ex
Bowie, Ist Lieut. C. V.' to 3rd troop 3rd brig. H. A. July 21. ceedingly violent, and rocked the house about as if bent on its
BRADFORD, Ist Lieut. E. O. art. to 3rd co. 7th batt. July 24. destruction. , It lasted, in all, about thirty seconds, as nearly as
BRIND, Capt. J. art. to 3rd comp. 9th batt. July 24. I could guess. This is the fourth or fifth visitation of the kind
BRIND, Bree. maj. to 1st troop 3rd brig. H.A: July 24. that has been experienced in this quarter within the last fort.
BRISTOW, 1st Lieut. D'o. R. art. 6th co. 9th batt. July 24.
BROOKE, Lieut. col. G. to 1st brig. H.A. July 24. night or three weeks.
BROOME, Capt. A. art. to 6th co. 9th, batt. July 24. RUNGPORE.-We had smart shocks of an earthquake on BROUGHAM, Lieut. T. to be adj, and qr, mr. to 6th batt. art. July the night, of the 23rd and the morning of tlic 26th July. 24. Again, on the 6th of August, at twenty minutes past eleven BROWN, 2nd Lieut. G, R. art. to 3rd co. 3rd batt, July 21. P. M., a very severe shock was experienced. A smart puff of
BROWNE, Major B. art. to sih bait. ; to corn, art. at Saugor, July wind followed a dead calm; this, in lialf a minute, was suc
24. ceeded by a shock that set the chairs in motion, and made my old
Bruce, ist Lieut. H. Le G. to 3rd troop 2nd brig. H:A. Julg 24. bungalow creak like a ship rolling in the trougle of the sea. It
Bruce, 1st Lient. R. R. to 1st troop 2nd brig. H.A. July 24. appeared to move from N. W. To S. E. Indigo prospects any
Buckle, Capt. E. (on stati employ) toʻlst troop and brig. H.A.
July 24. thing but good; still Rungpore will far exceed last year's out.
BURNETT, Capt. F. C. art. to 1st co. 3rd batt. July 24. turn.
BURNETT, Japt. F. to com. Ist comp. 3rd batt. sub. at Dum Dum,
July 24. »
CARLETON, Brev. capt. H. A. Art. to 2nd co, 3rd bait. July 24,
CAMPBELL, Brev, maj. A. to 3rd troop 3rd brig. H. A. July 24. Best, W. qual. for pab. serv. attach. to .colli, of Ft. William,
CAMPBELL, Cart. I. H. Art. to 2nd co. 4th batt. July 24. Aug, 13.
CARRINGTON, Lieut. A. 24th N.I: to do duty with Syllet it. inf. BRANLY, W. J. to be an assist. under the com., of the Agra. div.
batt. v. Williams, July 25. Aug. 6.
CAULYIELD, Lieut. J. P. 2nd N.I. to the 2nd batt. - 15. inf. of the CAMPBELL, Geo. to off. as jt. mag. and dep. coll. of Budaon, fr.
Bandlecund legioniv. Reid, dec. July 24. date on which C. T. Le Bas inay quit that sta. Aug. 5.
CAUTLEY, Capt. P. T. art. to 4th co, 3rd batt, July 24. » D'OGILVY,
CHANNER, Capt. G. G. art. to 1st co. 4th batt. July 24. qual. for pub. serv, to N. W. provinces, Aug. 9. FORD, W. to off. as jt. mag. and dep. coll. of Paneļput, Ang. 5.
July 24, GALLAWAY, A. to be an 'assist. under comm. of Meerut div.
Christie, Capt. E. art. to 1st co. 5th batt. July 24. July 29.
CLAY, Ens. E. to join and do duty with 23rd N.I. at Dinarice.;. GRAY, W. reg. ch. of office as off. mag. of Digagepore, Aug. 2.
July 23, GUTHRIE, J. to be an assistunder the com. of Delhi div. July 305
CliTPORD, 1st Lieut. G. H. art. to 2nd co. 2nd batt.' July 21. LIND, F. M. to offic. as jt. mag. and dept. coll. of Goruckpore,
COXran, ist Lieut, H. M.art. to 1st co. 6th batt. July 24.91172 July 29.
COokes, 2nd Lieut. C. H. art. to 3rd err. 2nd batt. July 24. 107 LUSHINGTON, E. H. off. mag. of Chittagoog, asg. ch. of off.
COOKWORTHY, 1st Lieut. C. art, to 4th co. 6th batt. July 24.9 Aug. 4.
COOPER, Capt. G. L. to be com. of 'ordnance v. Capt. Battley'; to NACWHIRTER, J. P. to off, as jt. mag. and dep. coll. of Furrruck
..1st troop, 2od brig. H.A. July 24. 1 abad, Aug. 5.
CORNISH, Capt. F. W., to com. 200 comp. 3rd batt, art. at Dinals- . SAUNDERS, C. B. to 'off. as jt. mag. and def. coll, of Paneéput,
b! pore, July 24. appt. cancelled, Aug. 5.
, Ist Lieut. H. R. SPANRIE, R. to be an assist. under comm. of Agra div.
to 4th co. 5th batt. July 24. STAINFORTH; R. civ. and sess. judge of Chittagong, res. cb. of off.
Cox, 1st Lieut. C. V. to 1st troop, 3rd brig. H. A. July 24. 1 - Aug. 4.
X22 Lieut. col. G. R. art. to ist batt. July 24.
Capt, 11. B. art. to 1st co. 1st batt. July 24.
DANIELL, Capt. "Y. FI. to com. Ist comp. &ti batt. art, at Norge, GARRETT, R. B. permitted to reside at Cuttack fr. Sept. 1 to Nov.
Jaly 24. 30, Aug. 6.
DashWOOD, Capt. P. to'Isttr. 1st brig. 5. art. July 24:
puh. piesty is Dawes, 1st Lieut. Mart. to 2nd co. 7th batt. July 24.
nointi APPOINTMENTS, &c.
DELAFOSSE, Major H.'c.B. to 1st brig. b. art. July 24. QUÁRTLEY, Rev. C. J. serv. pl. at disp. of 'lieut. gov. of N. W.
DELAMAIN, Brev. capt.;W. H. to continue as adj. gr. nar. to 1st
batt. art. July 24. prov. Aug. 9.
DENNISS, Lieut,,col. G. G. art. to 2nd batt. July 24.
De Teissier, Lieut. H. P. to be int. and gr. mr, 7th batt, art.
Dickens, Lieut C. H. to be adj. and qr. mr. tó 3rd balt. art. v.. ABBOTT, Major A. C. B. art. to 9th batt, July 24.
Burnett, prom. Julý 24. *** ABBOTT, Capt. J. art. to 3rd co. 7th batt.
Dixon, Major C. G. art. to 6th batt. July 24. ABERCROMBIE, 1st Lieut. J. to 3rd tr. 3rd brig. h. a. July 21, Douglas, 1st Lieut. C. art. to 1st co. 5th batt. July 24. AHMUTY, Col. 'J. art. to 1st batt. July 24.
D'OYLY, ist Lieut. E. A. C. to 2nd tr. 3rd brig. b. art. July 21. ALEXANDER, Brev. Lieut. col. J. to 3rd tr. 20d briĝ. b. a. July 24. DUNCAN, Capt. F. K. to 4th tr. 2nd brig. h. a. July 24. ALEXANDER, 1st Lieut. F. art. to 4th co. 7th batt. July 24. Dundas, Maj. gen. Sir J. F. Bart. to be col. of 2nd batt. art. ALLEN. Ist Lieut. E. art. to 4th co. 4th batt. July 24.
July 24. ANDERSON, Capt. J. art. to 3rd co. Ist batt. July 24.
DUNDAS. Ist Lient, C.S. art. to 4th co, 5th batt. July 24. ANDERSON, Brev, major W, C.B. to be capt. Ist tr, 1st brig, b., a. Dyke, Capt. G. H. art. to 2nd co. 5th batt. July24; to be superint. July 24,
Cossypore foundry, v. Maj. A. Wilson.
EWART, Maj. D. to 2nd brig. b. a. July 24,
EYRE, Brev. capt. V. (on detached employ) to 2nd tr. 2nd brig. AUSTEN, 1st Lieut. A. G. art. to 2nd co. 7th batt. July 24.
h. a. July 24, AUSTIN, Brev. capt. E. G. to continue as adj. and qr. mr. to 2nd FAGAN, 1st Lieut. R. C. H. B. art. to 1st co.5th batt. July 24: brig. art. July 24.
FAITHFUL, Ist Lieut. H. J. to 1st tr. 2nd brig. h. a. July 21. Baker, Major O. art. to 2nd batt. July 21.
PARRINGTON, Lieut. col. J. J. art. to 7th batt. July 24. BALDVIN, Brev, capt. R. H. to 2nd troop 1st brig. H. A.; to be FENNING, Capt. S. W. to com. 2nd comp. 8th batt. art. at Neeadjt. of art. at Loodianah, July 24.
much, July 24. BARR, Brev. capt. W. to 3rd troop 2nd brig. H. A. July 24.
FITZGERALD, Capt. G. F. art. to 4th co. 2nd batt. July 21. Battine, Maj. gen. c.B. to be lieut. col. com. 3rd batt. art. FITZGERALD, 2nd Lieut. W, R, art. to lyt co. 7th batt. July 24.
Cox, 2nd Lieuten Biart to ist co. ist bat. July 21,
FITZGERALD, Capt. A. art. to com. 2nd co. 9th batt, July 24,
Loodianah, July 24.
and permitted to reside at Meerut, Aug. 8.
gen. G. Hunter, c.B. Aug. 2.
Lieut. Rees, prom.
art. July 24.
pore, July 24. HUNGERFORD, 1st Lieut. T. J. W. art. to 1st co. 2nd batt. July
24. HUTCHINSON, 1st Lieut. A. C. art. to 1st co. 2nd batt. July 24. HUTCHINSON, 1st Lieut. W. C. to 1st troop Ist brig. H. A. July
rut, July 23.
to act as adj. to div. and 3rd brig. Aug. 2.
h. a. July 24.
Kelat-i-Ghilzie, to rejoin his own corps.
Dickens, from July 24.
Agra, July 24.
M'GREGOR, Capt. G. H. C.B. art. to 1st co. 2nd batt. July 24:
rianah it. inf. batt. Aug. 2.
at Meerut, July 24.
Maj. Wilson, prom. fr. June 10.
bę dep. com, of ordnance v. Cooper.
morency, prom. fr. June 10.
1st. brig. H. A. July 24.
capt. L. Grant, July 23.
nah it. inf. batt. Aug. 2.
TENNANT, Lieut. Col. Com. J. art. to 8th batt. July 24.
CROLY, Lieut. G. A, 26th L.I. fr. July 25 to Oct. 5, to Simla and TAUILLER, Ist Lieut. H. E. L. art. to 3rd co. 2nd batt. July 24, hills n. of Deyrah, July 22. TIMBRELL, 2nd Lieut. H. V. art. to 1st. co. 3rd batt. July 24, CUBItt, Eng. T. 49th N.l. fr. Aug. 2 to Oct. 30, to vis. pres. TIMBRELL, Ist Lieut. C. W. to 5th troop ist brig. to H. A. July 23. July 24,
DOUGLAS, Ens. C. R. G. 32nd N.I. in ext. fr. July 1 to Dec. 1 to Todd, Capt. E. D, A. to com, 2nd comp. 7th batt. art. at Delhi, hills n. of Deyrah, on m. c. July 23. July 24.
GRAHAM, Lieut. S. F. 6th N.I. fr. June 10 to Sept. 10, to vis. TOMBS, 1st. Lieut. H. to 1st troop 1st brig. H.A. July 24.
Bareilly, July 22., TRAVERS, Ens. E. J. fr. 23rd to 53rd N.I. at Meerut, July 22. Hall, Lieut. G. W. M. 26th N.I. fr. July 20 to Oct. 15, to Simla. TROWER, Capt. J. to com. 3rd comp. 4th batt. art. at Umbala, HERRING, Maj. E. inval. estab. fr. Aug. 15 to Dec. 15, to vis. pres. July 24.
prep. to apply for perm. to retire. TULLOH, 2nd Lieut. J. S. art. to 2nd co. 7th batt. July 24.
Johnston, Lieut. J. C. 29th N.I. fr. Aug. 15 to Oct. 15, to pres. TURNER, 1st Lieut. E, for detach. employ. to 3rd troop, 2nd brig. prep. to applying for furl. to Eur. H.A. July 34.
Kennedy, Lieut. E. S. 64th N.I. fr. Aug. I to Oct. 15, to FutteyTURTON, Capt. J. to 1st troop 2nd brig. H.A. July 24.
gurh, July 23. TWEMLOW, Maj. G. art, to 7th batt, July 24.
KNYvett, Capt. A. 64th N.I. fr. Aug. 1 to Feb. 1, 1846, to Agra, VANRENEN, 1st Lieut. D. C. art. to 1st. co. 6th batt. July 24. prep. to ret. fr. serv. July 23. VIBART, 1st Lieut, M.J. art, to 6th co. 7th batt. July 24.
MOIR, Capt. J. De W. C. 28th N.I, fr. Aug. 15 to Dec. 15, to Cal. VOYLE, 1st Lieut. G. E. to 3rd troop 2nd brig. H.A. July 24.
cutta. WADDY, 1st Lieut. W. P. to 3rd troop 1st brig. H.A. July 24, OGILVIE, Lieut. W. F. 69th N.I. fr. July 2 to Nov. 1, to Kurra. WALLACE, Lieut. W. F. N. 74th N.I. to proc. to Jhansi, and act chee, prep. to apply. for furl, to Eur. July 23.
as adjt. to 2nd L.I. batt. of the Buddlecund Legion, July 26. Paton, Lieut. R. M. 1st troop 3rd brig. fr. July 1 to Oct. 1, to WALLER, Capt. R. to com. 1st comp. 4th batt. art. at Meerut, rem. at Delhi. July 24.
PATTINGAL, Lieut. col. E. 39th N.I. fr. July 15 to Feb. 15, 1846, WARBURTON, 1st Lieut. R. art. to 4th co. 5th batt. July 24.
to Bhopawar, prep. to app. for furl. to Eur. July 23. WARNER, Brev, capt. W. K. to continue as adj. and qr.-mr. to 4th READE, Lieut. W. W. 49th N.I. 6 mo. to Singapore and Straits, batt. art. July 24.
Aug. 8. WATSON, 2nd Lieut. J. E. art. to 3rd co. Ist batt, July 24.
ROBBINS, Capt. W. P. 15th N.I. fr. Sept. 1 to Mar. 1, 1846, to WHELER, Ens. T. fr. 32nd to 56th N.I. at Agra, Aug. 1.
bills north of Deyrah and Calcutta, prep. to app. for furl. to Eur. WHEELWRIGHT, 1st Lieut. C. A. to 5th tr. 1st brig. b. a. July 24. SHUTTLEWORTH, Lieut. F. Ist Eur. Lt. I. fr. Dec. 1 to April 1, Whish, Maj. gen. W. S. C.B. to be col. 6th batt. art. July 24. 1846, to Calcutta, prep. to applying for furl. to Europe. WHITEFOORD, Capt. J. art. to 1st comp. 2nd batt. July 24.
SMITH, Lieut. J. W. 2200 N.I. 3 mo. to Darjeeling, cancelled. Wilson, Major R, C.B. to be lieut. col. from June 10.
STAPLES, Lieut. J. 7th L.C. fr. June 30 to June 30, 1846, to hills WINTLE, 1st Lieut. A. to 1st tr. 3rd brig. h. a. July 24.
north of Deyrah, on m. c. Wood, Lieut. col. H. J. to 6th batt. art. July 24.
SUTHERLAND, Lieut. A. G. C. 25th N.I. fr. July 4 to Sept. 4, to Woodcock, 1st Lieut. S. C, art. to 4th comp. 3rd batt. July 24. Calcutta. WROUGHTON, Ens. H. R. fr. 13th to 43rd N.I. at Saugor, July 22. TERNAN, Lieut. A. H. dep. com. 3rd class Saugor and Nerbudda WYMER, Lieut. col. G. P. C.B. to be col. fr. June 10, v. Sir J. terr. 7 mo. fr. Apr. 26, on m. c. Bryant, knight, and c.B. deceased.
TWYSDEN, Ens. H. D. 23rd N.I. to Kemanoon, cancelled July 22. YOUNG, 1st Lieut. C. M. to 3rd comp. Ist batt. July 24.
WEDDERBURN, Lieut. J. 69th N.I. fr. July 2 to Nov. 1, to Kur. YOUNG, 1st Lieut. J. art. to 4th comp. 9th batt. alv 24,
rachee, on m. c. July 23. WHITELOCKE, Capt. G. F. 19th N.1. fr. Aug. 19 to Nov. 15, to
rem. at Simla, on m. c. PASSED THEIR EXAMINATION IN NATIVE LANGUAGES. WILLIAMS, Capt. G. W. 29th N.I. fr. Sept. 5 to Jan. 10, 1846, to ANGELO, 2nd Lieut. art. JACKSON, Ens. 12th N.I.
Darjeeling and Calcutta prep. to applying for furl. to Europe. BACON, Lieut. 3rd N.I. JOHNSON, Lieut. 29th N.I.
Wilton, Maj. G. R. to Europe, on furl. on m. c.
MACKENZIE, Lieut. 26th L.I. BANNISTER, Assist. surg. G. to Sirhind div. July.
BoYES, Assist. surg. W. R. M.D. to med. ch. of batt. 2nd Assam, BURT, Brev. capt. 6th L.C. MARQUIS, Lieut. 3rd N.I.
it. inf. Aug. 2. DAVIDSON, Lieut. 29th N.I. MAXWELL, Lieut, art.
BROWN, Surg. G. G. M.D. fr. 4th to 6t' batt. art.
CULLIMORE, Vet. surg. D. 3rd brig. H. art. to aff. prof. aid to ELTON, Brev. capt. 59th N.I. MILL, Lieut. art.
horses arrived at Ferozepore for Nos. 13 and 19 lt. field batteries. EWART, Ens. 12th N.I. MOCATTA, Ens. 26th L.I.
DOUGLAS, Assist. surg. F. M.D. to Meerut div. July 23. FAIRLIE, Cornet, 3rd L.C. NEPEAN, Lieut. 38tb. Lt.I.
Garter, Assist. surg. H. S. to Sirhind div. July 23. FARRE, Lieut. 72nd N.I. Nicholson, Ens. 54th N.I. HODGSON, Assist. surg. R. to Sirhind div. July 23. FRASER, 2nd Lieut. engs. REID, Lieut. 51st N.I.
HOMAN, Assist. surg. S. A. 7th L. C. to aff. med. aid to staff at GARDINER, Lieut. 29th N.1. RUSSELL, Ens. 7th N.I.
Shikarpore dur, abs. of Assist. surg. Kirk, July 24.
KUMP, Assist. surg. J.G. M. D. to Meerut div. July 23.
LEE, Assist. surg. J. M. D. to Meerut div. July 23.
MANN, Assist. surg. G. S. 28th N.I. to med. ch. of Sylhet It. inf. GORDON, Brev. capt. 3rd L.C. SMITH, Lieut. 51st N.Í.
during abs. of Assist. surg. Davenport, Aug. 2. Gossett, Ens. 38th. Lt.I. STEEL, Lieut. 17th N.I.
RANSFORD, Surg. J. fr. 65th N.I. to sth batt. art.
Sissmore, Assist. surg. C. N. to do duty at depot H.M.'s troops Hoste, Lieut. 55th N.I. THOMPSON, Ens. 7th N.I.
at Chinsuran, July 22. IREMONGER, Lieut. 21st N.I. WALLACE, Licut. 51st N.I. STEEL, Surg. J. M.D. fr. 2nd to 4th batt. art. IRVINE, Ens. 51st N.I. WATERMAN, Licut. 13th N.I. SYMMONS, Assist. surg. I. S. C. to do duty in hosp. det. Ist and
4th batt. of art, July 23. ADMITTED TO THE SERVICE-ARRIVED AT THE DATES
TARING, Assist. surg. R. S. O. M.D. to Meerut div. July 23.
TURNBULL, Assist. surg. F. m.p. to Sirhind div. July 23.
WARNEFORD, Assist. surg. C. F. M.D. to do duty with 9th L.C.
· July 23.
Wood, Surg. A. posted to 7th batt. art.
WATSON, Assist. surg. I. C. m.v. to do duty at depot H.M.'s troops ALDERSON, R. G. Aug. 2. LEES, W. N. Aug. 2.
at Chinsurah, July 22. BAILEY, C. Aug. 2. MacGREGOR, R. M. Aug. 4.
PASSED THEIR EXAMINATION IN NATIVE LANGUAGES. LEAVE OF ABSENCE.
ALLAN, Asst. surg. J. ABERCROMBIE, Lieut. J. art. fr. July 8 to Sept. 30, to Simla, on
Anderson, Asst. surg. F., M.D.
DOUGLAS, Asst. surg. C., M.D. BARLOW, Ens. G. R. P. 50th N.I. fr. Aug. 5 to Oct. 15, to Luck
Thomson, Asst. surg. T., M.D. now.
WALLICH, Asst. surg. G. C., M.D.
WINBOTT, Asst. surg. S.
LEAVE OF ABSENCE. pres. prep. to app. for furl. to Europe.
DOLLARD, Surg. W.7th N.1. fr. Nov. 30 to Ape, sh, 1946, to y COLEBROOKE, Capt. T. E. 13th N.l. fr. Aug. i to Oct. 1, to Cal. prep. to appl. for furl to Eur. Meerut.
DUNBAR, Asst. surg. W., M.D. to Eur. for 3 years, on farl,
prices, has been
HER MAJESTY'S FORCES IN THE EAST.
BIRTHS. Dragoons.--3rd. regt. Cornet Bruce, leave prol from the 1st Aug. to the 15th Oct. 1845, to remain at Simla, on m. c. 15th ÁTKINSON, the lady of Lieut. H. M. 39th regt. at Landoar, a. regt. Lieut. J. Brett, to be capt. without purchase, v, Chambers, dec. July 26. 9h Feb, 1815 ; Corpet J. L, S. Lumsdaine, to be lieut. v. Brett, Bailey, Mrs, T. at Agra, d. July 17. 9th Feb, 1845.
BATTYE, the lady of G. w. at Chúpraki
, 8. June 29. INFANTRY.--2nd regt. Lieut. Faulkner, to England, for 2 year's
V, at Calcutta, d.
10. from date of embarkation. 31st regt. Lieut. and adj.: Deare, pro, longed from the 17th July to the 17th Aug. to remain at Poona, on
BROWNE, the lady of Major B. art. at Meerut, s. Aug. 7. m. g.–25th regt. Ens de Washetan; 1915F. B. Drew, gent., to
BUBRỌW8, Mrs. M. at Gwalior, d. July 20. Staveley, ,
Christie, the wife of Henry, at Cawnpore, s. July 1Y. be ens. by purchase, V. Shelton, 23rd May, 1845.
CLARIO Hile of adj. police batt. at Meerut, s. Jalgs Lieut. L. Farrington, from " 39th : foot, to be lieut.
CRAWFORD, the wife of James, at Humeerpore, d. ang. 9. Lieut. and adj. Wilton, Tor 5 mo. from 18th June, to enable DARLEY, the lady of Capt. W. B. at Sylhet, s. August 4.
Davis, the lady of Major G. L. H.^.'s 9th, at Kussortee, L from 29th foot, to be lieut. v. Farrington, who, exchanges, to
Dick, the lady of John C.c.s. at Calcutta, Aug. 13. 63rd foot, to be capt. y. Oliver, 22nd February, 1845.- 40th bho apez A, R. Seymour, from
PERRIS, the the lady of Lieut. 8th L. C. at Ferozepore, d. Joly 25. 50th regt. Ens. R. M. Barnes, to be lieut. without purchase, s.
lady of Lieut. W. 12th N.1. at Ferozepore, d. Fuly s. Mulen, app, adj. 5th July, 1945; Lieut. E. C. Mullen, to be adj, Come be .
Goan, v. Crowe, dec. 5th July, 1845.- 63rd ręgt. Brev. maj. J. B. Oliver,
lady of Capr:1st L. C. at Simla, s. July 20. from the 40th foot, to be capt. v, Seymour, who
Grant, the lady of Maj, dep. adj. gen. of the army, at Şimla,
"Jăly 23. chase, v. Maclaine, dec. 23rd May, 1845. -soih regt. Lieut. Harvey, the lady
of Capt. H. M. 9th, at Kussowice,
d. Joly 27, Hunter, to Sukkur, from the 22nd July to 22nd Nov. 1845.-84th
Hill, the lady of Capt. Ř. 6th Ir. Cay. at Simla, d. July 8. fegt. Lieut. Bentinck to England for a year from the date of embar
HORNBROOK, the lady of Thomas B. at Calcutta, s. Aug. kation.-84th regt. Ens. w. F. A. Colman, to be heut: without pur. Huish, the lady of Capt. H. Art. at Mussoorie, 1. Aug. 21 chase, 10th March, 1845. '; Serj. maj. George Bodle, to be ens. v.
Hunt, Mrs. B. at Calcutta, s. Aug. 14, Colman, 23rd May. 1845 ; Lieut. H.: A. Welman, to be adj. v.
Hutton, the lady of Capt. at Mussoorie,'s: July 1. "uid Lightbody, promoted, 10th March, 1845.-84th regt. Capt. D. KENDALL, the lady of Brev. capt. 1st Eu. L. 1. at Subattoo, Russell, to be maja without purchase, v. Clarke, dec. 7th July,
July 29. 1815; Lieut. D. Davison, to be capt. v. Russell, 7th July 1845 ;
LLEWELLYN, the lady of Capt. J. J. at Calcutta, s. July Ens. C. C. Rolleston, to be lieut. v. Davison, 7th July, 1845.
LYONS, the lady of Capt. S. A, of the late 34th N. I. at Almoral, 86th regt. Ens. D. Gerahty, to be lieut. by purchase, v. Sparks,
3. June 28. who retires 28th July, 1845,+94th Yegt. Surg. Thompson, to Eng.
Lyons, the lady of Capt. S. A. of the late 34th N.I. at Almorah, s.
June 28. land, for 1 year from the date of embarkation,
MALLOCK, the lady of Capt. art. at Saugor. July 8
MAXWELL, Mrs. Hugh, at Azimgarh, d. (still-born), Jaly 19. PROBATES AND ADMINISTRATION TO ESTATES.
Moffat, the lady of Licut. and Adjt. Bundelk und Legion, at Khar.
ghur, s. July 23, J. W. Joxes ate a patrol officer in the Mirzapore customs Money, the lady of G. P. c.s. at Shahjehanpore, d. Aug. 8. establishment, Registrat, Supreme Court.
O'Brien, the lady of Capt. Nusseeree Batt. at Jutog, s. July 5. EDWARD Capes, formerly of Calcutta, gentleman, Ditto..
OMMANNEY, the lady of M.Ç. at Mirzapore, d. Aug. 9. THOMAS Ross, late a preventive officer attached to the custom
Perce, Mrs. J. D, at Ghazeeporę, d. July 12,
RABAN, Mrs. T. A. s. Aug. 10. house. Ditto.
RANSFORD, the lady of J. Surg. 65th N.I. at Allababad, s. Aug. 2, CHARLES BURDON, late a patrol officer stationed at Shewrajpore, Ress, the lady of Lieut. and Adj, at Sultanpoor (Oude), d. July 7, in the district of Allahabad. Ditto.
RICKARDS, the lady of Capt. W. H. 14th N.İ. at Neemuch, s. ANNA MARIA BARRETTO GONSALVES, late of Dhurrumtollah- July 22. 1 street, in the town of Calcutta, a Christian iohabitant, to tho Re- Ripple, Mrs. James, at Entally, d: Aug: 8. gistrar, Supreme Court. Thompson and Allan, proctors.
Roberts, Mrs. Alexander, at Calcutta, Aug. 9. JAMES MORTO, Esq. fate of Kyouk Phyoo, in the province of Ar
Ross, the lady of Alexander, c. 3. at Allygurb, d. July 30. racan, in the East Indies, a surgeon in the service of the Honour.
SCANLAN, the wife of C. at Joodalpore, near Hurdwar, s. Aug. 8. able the East India Company, on their Bengal establishment, to
Shaw, the lady of W. D. at Calcutta, s. Aug. 14, Lewis Balfour, of Calcutta, Esq. a member of the firm of Messrs.
STEEL, the lady of Maj. J. at Agra, d. June 30. Smith, Huffnagle and Balfour, of the same place, merchants '
SWINLEY, the lady of Capt. G. H. h.art. at Simla, d. Aug. 4. agents. Thompson and Allan, proctors,
Taylor, the lady of John, at Umballah, d, July 7. ALEXANDER BRYCE, Esq. late of Affghanistan, in the East Indies,
THORNTON, the lady of John, c. s. at Agra, s. July 9.
TROLLOPE, the lady of Fred. 62nd N.1. at Mizapore, s. Jaly 31. a surgeon in the Artillery of the Honourable the East Iodia Company on their Bengal establishment, to the Registrar, Supreme
UNWIN, the lady of Lieut. R. 16th gren. at Etawah, s. July 30. Court. Thompson and Allan, proctors.
WARNER, 'the wife of Brev. capt. W. B. at Cawnpore, d. July 29, MARY WILSONE, the widow of Henry Charles Robert Wilsone,
Wemyss, the lady of Capt, J. at Lucknow, d. July 19, Jate of Jungypore, in the zillah of Morshedabad, indigo planter, to Charles Michael Wilsone, of Calcutta, gentleman. Baillie,
MARRIAGES, Molloy, and Mackintosh, proctors.
BAKER, Asst. apoth. (J. A. to Miss A. L Senior, at Umballah, GEORGE KING, formerly of Agra, and afterwards of Darjeeling,
FEBY, W. to Miss S. Kellonas, at Dacca, Aug. 4. in the East Indies, and late of No. 35, Bedford-square, Brighton,
FitzPATRICK, T. to Miss Lydia Quantrill, at Umballah, July $. -in the county of Sussex, in that part of Great Britain called
MAYHO, T.J. to Miss Matilda Kelly, at Agra, July 28, England, Esq. to John Allan, of Calcutta, Esq. a member of the Pain, Thomas, 8. of Rey. R, of Aspley, Bedfordshire, to Ellen, d. firm of Messrs. Allan, Deffell, and Company, of the same place,
of the late B. Dickenson, of Lydgate, Yorkshire, at Calcutta. merchants and agents. Frith and Sandes, proctors.'
SAXTON, Lieut. G. H, 38th N.I. to Fanny Maria, d. of P. H. AbJAMES SOUTH BARWISE, Jate of Jauopore, in the North Western
bott, at Secunderabad, July 23, ; provinces of India, deputy opium agent, to William Denny Ruck, Smith, Edwin, to Mrs. Margaret Kelly, widow of the late M. 1 of the same place. Thomas and Campion, proctors.
Kelly, of Belfast, Ireland, at Calcutta, Aug. 1. JOHN CARISTOPHER ROBINSON, heretofore of Şumbalpore, in WALLER, J. T. 16th Queen's Lancers, to Sophia Margaret, d. of the province of Orissa, to Alexander Grant Glass, of Chowringhee,
Col. W. Yates, C.B, 51st N.I. at Meerut, July 29.12.0 in the town of Calcutta, merchant. Baillie, Molloy, and Mackin.
WARNER, Lieut. E. C. lith L.C. to Eliza Hamilton, d, of Lient. tosh, proctors.
col. Salter, at Nusseerabad, August 4. HENRY STAPLETOX, tate a captain in her majesty's fiftieth (or
Wright, G. to Mrs,, relict of the late E. Horneman, at Calcuita. queen's own) regiment of foot, to William Pringle Downing, of
Hastings-street, in Calcutta, solicitor. W. II. Owen, proctor.
of Chowringhee-road, in the town of Calcutta, a surgeon in the ANDERSON, Cornet R. 6th L.C. at Loodianab, aged 20, Aug. 7.
BROWNFIELD, Charles, at Calcutta, aged 31, Aug. 11. Rev. HENRY FIShtr, sen., late senior presidency chaplain in Cal- | CHARISTIE, s. of Henry, at Cawopore, July 12.
cutta, and afterwards of Mussoorie, to the Rev. Henry Sanderson CHOPIN, James, s. of James, at Calcutta, aged 2, July 20, Fisher, now a senior presidency chaplain ia Calcutta, aforesaid, CONGREVE, W. K. at Calcutta, aged 21, Aug. 9.
the Rev. Frederiek Fisher, of Chinsurab, an assistant chaplain Cosar, Harrett Amelia, d. of E. R. at Calcutta, aged 8, Aug. 12. in the Bengal establishment, two of the sons of the deceased. Baillie, Molloy, and Mackintosh, proctors.
CROSSMAN, Francis Studdy, s. of Capt. at Mussoorie, aged 4.
and Madame Brochon ; Mr. G. Donby, Mr. H. D. Littlemove, Mrs. Murphy, in charge of Master and Miss Sandys, who were wrecked in the Hyderabad; W. Westroat, Esq.; D. Mackellar, Esq., and Mr. Jacob.
Per Madagascar, for London. - Mrs. Maitland, Mrs. Carnish, Mrs. Webb, Mrs. Baithe, Misses Riddell, Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Johnson, Majors Thompson and Milton, Dr. Macnisky, Lieut. Hill, Capt. Michell, Messrs. Stolyenburg, Forest, and Bibrore.
DAVENPORT, Lieut, W. H., H.M. 39th, at Dinapore, Aug. 8. Dessa, Julia, wife of J. P., on the river near Rajmebal, aged 28. FABIAN,"
Frederick, 8. of E. D. at Calcutta, aged 22, Aug. 6. GRIMES, Frances Matilda, wife of Capt. at Gwalior, aged 28. Hodges, Isabella, d, of R. at Loodianah, aged 2, Aug. 6. HUMBERT, Charles, at Calcutta, July 16. HUTCHINS, Capt. Joho, H. T. H.M. 62od regt. at Landour. KENNEDY, Agnes Eliza, d. of Capt. J. D. 25th N.L. at Landour,
aged 9. mo. July 30. LEAcock, John Augustus, s. of Capt. H. 74th N.I. at Nowgong,
aged 1, July 30. LINDSTEDT, Marianne Rose, 1. of the late C. W. at Calcutta, aged
20, Aug. 12, LUMSDEN, G. J. s. of J. J. at Cálcutta, aged 1, Aug. 10," MACLEOD, Noeman, s. of D. at Mozufferpore, Tirhoot, aged 11 mo. MAGRATH, John, surg. 8th L.C. at Feroze pore, of cholera, July 6. MARRIOTT, George Keary, s. of Rev. G. W. at Allahabad, aged 3. MARTLEY, Eos. John R. 66th N.I. at Dipapore, Aug. 5. MASTER, Marian Jane, d. of Capt. A. 7th L.c. at Massoorie, aged
15 mo. July 5. MILNER, Capt. F. C. 36th N.I. at Meerut, aged 44, July 17. MORRIS, Herbert, W. S. of the late F. T. at Chowringhie, aged 1. Muir, James Shawe, s. of W. c.s. at Futtehpore, aged 2, July 21. PORTER, Riding, Mr. W. 8th L.C. at Ferozepore, July 3. RABAN, the infants.
#T. A. Aug, 10. SHEERAN, E. C.F. s. of P. H. Riding, Mr. L. C. at Umballah, Smith, Maj. Ralph, 28th N.I. at Barrackpore, Aug. 10, SMITH. W. at Calcutta, aged 68, Aug, 6. SMITH, Robert Felix, at Calcutta, aged 45, Aug. 7. SMITH, W, at Entally, aged 68, Aug. 6. STARREY, Arthur A. S. of Brev. capt., at Meerut, aged 19 mo. WILSONE, Mrs. Mary, relict of the late H. C., R, at Calcutta,
Calculla, August 18, 1845.
Sell. Buy. Transfer 5 per cent.
23 0 Bombay 5 do.
60 Old Sicca 5 do, according to numbers.. do. New Co.'s 5 do..
7 12 Third 4 do.
2 12 New Co.'s 4 do. 2
12 Bank Shares, Bank of Bengal (Co.'s Rs. 4,000)
2650 Union Bank (Co.'s Rs. 1,000)
225 Agra Bank (Co.'s Rs. 500)
276 Mussoorie Bank (Co.'s Rs.500)
200 Oriental Bank (Co.'s Rs. 500)
ni do. 290
300 * Bank of Bengal Rates. Discount on government acceptances, within 3 months.. 5 per cent. Do. on private bills and notes, within 3 months 8 per cent. loterest on loans on deposit of Co.'s paper, opium, salt, metal, and indigo....
7 per cent. Do. on deposit of other goods
.. 9 per cent. MONEY MARKET. The market is certainly more quiet than for the last two or three weeks, and the demand for accommodation has a good deal subsided. The Bombay
Overland is expected to bring considerable remittances in Treasury Bills.
Goyeroment Securities are steady are steady at our quotations.
In Exchange we have not heard of any large transactions at a more favourable rate than Is, 11d, at ten months' date. Business is brisk through the Export Warehouse.'
ARRIVALS. Aug. 2.- Mandarin, Cleland, Greenock; Candahar, Ridley, London; Gemini, Benny, Liverpool, London, Michael, Liverpool ; Eliza Warrick, Balch, Boston.-8. Wm. Prouse, Thomson, Liver pool; Champion, Handley, Mauritius ; Adele Marquard, Britton, Pedir; Fatima, Wilson, Liverpool John Calcin, Knox, Madras. 9. Steamer Fire Queen, McKeller, Siogapore'; Royal Consort, Legge, Sydney ; Hector, Flockhard, Pedir.–10. John Bibby, Caw. kitt, London ; Duchess of Argyle, Phillips, Bombay.-11. Julia, Herring, Bombay.-12. Agnes, Jones, Penang; Polly, Reed, Ennore.-13. Flora Kerr, McMidder, Glasgow; Forth, Nacoda, Bombay ; Suffren, Weisbrud, Bourbon.
wel To London and Liverpool, 5l. to 5l. 58. per ton of 20 cwt.
Per B liza "Warwick.-W.B. Tremere, Esq.
Per Jonn Calvin, from England.-Mrs. Koos. From Bombay.Lieut. McNede, Bengal N.I. ; Mr. Charles Brady, mércliant.
Per Fire Queen, from Penang.-Mrs, Edwards and child, and w. Edward s, Esq. B.C.S. From Singapore.-Mrs. Betts, 3 Misses Betts, Master Betts, Mrs. Reynell and child, Miss Carmichael; Messrs. McKellar, Westerhout, Darby, Littlewood, Bright, aod Jacob.
Per Royal Consort.-Lieut. Wilkinson, R. N., Mrs. Wikinson, and 4 cbildren ; Miss Wilkinson, and Miss P. Wiikinson ; Lieut. F. Coventry, H. M. 29th regt. ; Lieut. G. P. Drought, H. M. 62nd regt.; Ens. J. L. Fraser, H. M. 80th regt.; Dr. Stokes ; Messrs. E. McPherson, W. H. Lensley, and w. Jones. Steerage Passengers. -Thondas Hawkins, Edward Goodbody, Jacob Abraham, James Conner, Peter McKeon, Josiah Stevenson ; privates W. Smith, and G. Mason, H. M. 80th regt. ; Joseph Raddenbury, and Jobu Wil. liams. Per Hector, from Halifax.-Mr. William Hare, mercbant. Per John Bibby.--Mr. Brewett. Per Agnes. Mrs. Eede.'
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IMPORTS.E52 COTTON PIECE Goods. There is little change of any moment to record in our market for Cotton Goods since our last. Recent arrivals have brought a considerable accession to our stocks,, and buyers are, if any thing, rather more cautious in their purchases.
SHIRTINGS.-Sales of both Grey and Bleached are to a fair extent without the smallest change in either demand or prices. Good stout cloths are inquired for.
JACOnets.- Bleached descriptions continue in good demand, and sales, are, at full prices, but Grey remain extremely dull, and with no signs of a revival in demand.
COLOURED GOODS.-Turkey red Cambrics of 24 and 33 in. bave beca in fair demand, the former 5 to 6 anpas per yard, the latter, 7 to 7 anpas per yard. Twills of similar width have also been enquired for, but all the wider descriptions of these fabrics are at present neglected.
PRINTED Goods. There has been a fair inquiry for suitable styles, and sales of such have been effected at full prices.
MULE Twist.-Though arrivals have been rather large, the sales of the week have been at steady prices, and the article continues to command a ready sale at our quotations.
TYRKEY-RED TWIST.-This yarn continues in good request, and saleable at full prices.
WOOLLENS.-The improved demand noticed in our last for these goods has been continued, though obtainable prices are still low.
Copper.—There has been a good inquiry for this metal since our last. Tile is steady at our last quotations, while Sheet and Braziers have advanced about two andas.
DEPARTURES. AUG. 5. Meg of Meldon, Piskerty, Liverpool ; Kyle, Alexander, Liverpool ; Dhur, Cumberland, Singapore, and Chion ; Sir Robert Seppings, Trail, Mauritius; Water Witch, Douglas, Singapore and China.-7. Alibi, Rhodes, Mauritius.-8. Enterprise, Arracan.
PASSENGERS DEPARTED. Per Plantagenet, for London.--Lient. W. St. Jobn; H.M.'s 18th for the Cape ; Ricbard Houston, Esq. for Madras ; - Irelaod, Esq.
Per Sir Robert Seppings, for Mauritius.-J. H. Blackwell, assist. surg. Madras med. ser.
Per Enterprize, for Arracan.- Capt. Mocansland and family; Capt. and Mrs. Buckle and two children ; Capts. Latter and Sutherland; Dr. Johnstope, J. Norman, and C. Rattray.
Per Fire Queen.-W. Edwards, Esq., and lady ; Mrs. Betts, Misses Betts, L. Betts, aod S. Betts, W. Betts, Esq. ; Mrs. Rey. nell, Miss Carmichael, Mrs. White and three children ; Monsr.
INDIGO.-The oat-turn of the Indigo crop promises to be less than seemed likely to be the case ten days ago. The estimate we then gave was contingent upon a favourable change in the weather. This desideratum has not, however, taken place, our advices from the Mofussil generally reporting continued rain, and but little im. provement in the yield of the plant. The rivers in some places have been rising rapidly, and a further rise of no great extent would lay a good deal of plant under water.
SUGAR.-This staple has been in active request, and arrivals from the ioterior continuing free, a large busioess has been transacted in Benares, at our quotations. The native dealers seem quite willing to realise at current rates, and the stock of fine quality in the bazaar is by no means large.
Raw Silk.-Extensive sales have again been made at full prices, and in some instances, an advance of 2 to 3 annas per scer has been