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Emily, daughter of the late Lieut. col. Ferris, treasurer of the Island of Mauritius, at the hotel of the British embassy, Paris.

Nov. 6. William Henry Whitbread, to Harriet, widow of the late Major Turner Macan, at St. James's, Westminster.

8. William Frederic Baring, Esq. to Emily, eldest daughter of Sir Richard Jenkins, G.C.B. at the British embassy, in Paris.

12. Rev. D. M. Mackintosh, E.I.C.'s service, to Rosamond, daughter of Major Willowes, E.I.C.'s service, at Colchester.

20. Captain Arundel Barker, Madras Fusileers, to Catherine Anne, daughter of Charles Parker, esq. at Gassorth, Cumberland.

Ensign James P. Knowles, 5th L.I. overland,

3rd December. Lieut. col. David Forbes, 9th N. I. 'overland,

3rd December. Surgeon Richard J. Benhan, overland, 3rd

December Surgeon William B. Taylor, overland, February. Assist. Surgeon William Collum, overland, Dec.

GRANTED AN EXTENSION OF LEAVE.

CIVIL.

EAST-INDIA HOUSE,

5th to 19th November, 1845. ARRIVALS REPORTED IN ENGLAND.

Bengal Estab. – Mr. Robert Alexander, 6 months.

Mr. William T. Trotter, 6 months.

Mr. William Strachey, 6 months. Madras Estab.—Mr. Charles H. Woodgate, 6 months. Bombay Estab. - Mr. Richard Y. Bazett, 6 months.

Mr. Frank Sims, 3 months.

CIVIL.

MILITARY

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Bengal Estab. -Mr. Edward Stirling.

Mr. Arthur Grote.
Bombay Estab. - Mr. Thomas Ogilvy,

MILITARY
Bengal Estab. - Capt. Proby T. Cautley, artillery.

Brevet Capt. Robert Munro, 10th N.I.
Lieut. John C. Johnston, 29th N.I.
Lieut. William F. Ogilvie, 69th N.I.

Capt. Gabriel H. Whistler, invalids.
Madras Estab.Cornet John C. Mayne, 2nd lt. cav.

Lieut. Henry H. Freeling, 8th lt. cav.
Lieut. Robert Shawe, 2nd N.I.
Lieut. John May, Ilth N.I.
Lieut. Charles H. Winfield, 18th N.I.
Capt. Claude A. Roberts, 29th N.I.
Capt. Patrick Oliphant, 35th N.I.
Major William Bremmer, 47th N. I.
Major Thomas J. Johnstone, invalids.

Capt. Charles A. Moore, invalids.
Bombay Estab. - Major Thomas C. Parr, 7th N.I.

Capt. James Pope, 17th N.I.
Lieut. Christopher Kean, invalids.
Assist. Surgeon William P. Gillanders.

MARINE.
Bombay Estab.–Lieut. Francis W. Hopkins, Indian navy.

Bengal Estab.-Brevet capt. John Erskine, 40th N.I. 6 months

(his application for permission to retire having

been cancelled). Capt. John S. Knox, 42nd N.I. 6 months.

Capt. Edward J. Watson, 59th N. I. 6 months. Madras Estab. --Lieut. David Hay, 6th lt. cav. 6 months.

Capt. Thomas Fair, 3rd It. cav. 6 months.

Capt. Colin Mackenzie, 48th N.I. 6 months. Bombay Estab.–Lieut. William G. C. Hughes, 4th N.I. 6

months. Lieut. colonel William Spiller, 23rd N.I. 6

months.

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PERMITTED TO RETURN TO THEIR DUTY.

ECCLESIASTICAL.

CIVIL.

The Rev. Fitz Henry William Ellis, m. A. has been appointed an assistant chaplain on the Bengal establishment.

Madras Estab.– Mr. M‘Kenzie Murray, per Southampton

steamer, 20th November. Mr. George A. Smith, mail steamer, 20th January.

MILITARY. Bengal Estab. - Lieut. James Irving, 1st It. cav. overland, Nov.

Capt. Frederick B. Wardroper, 21st N.I. over

land, December. Major Thomas M‘Sherry, 30th N.I. overland,

20th December.
Capt. William B. Legard, 31st N, I, overland,

January or February.
Lieut. Monckton N. Coomus, 35th N. I. over-

land, December.
Lieut. Theodore Gordon, 65th N.I.
Surgeon Charles Llewellyn, overland, 20th Jan.

Assist. Surgeon Thomas Russel, overland. Madras Estab. - Cornet Edward H. Power, 7th It. cav. over

land, 3rd December.
Capt. Arundel Barker, Ist Eur. reg. overland,

January.
Lieut. Walter Swinton, 6th N. I.
Lieut. Archibald M. Campbell, 16th N.I. over.

land.
Lieut. Vyvyan Scobell, 20th N.I. overland, 1st

February. :
Capt. William H. Marcer, 37th N.I. overland,

20th February
Capt. William H. Freese, 37th N.I. overland,

in December,

Surgeon De Burgh Birch, m.), overland.
Bombay Eslab.—Lieut. William Davidson, artillery.

Capt. James H. G. Crawford, engineers.
Capt. Phillip C. N. Amiel, 1st N.I.
Capt. Robert H. Wardell, 5th L.I. overland,

3rd December.

CHANGES AND PROMOTIONS IN H.M'S REGIMENTS SERVING IN INDIA.

WAR OFFICE, 11th NoNEMBER, 1845. Bengal, 39th Foot. - Easign Henry Elmhurst Reader, to be

Jieutenant, without purchase, v. Daven.

port, deceased ; dated 9th August, 1845. Bliss Hume, gentleman, to be ensign, v.

Reader; dated 11th Nov. 1845. Madras, 57th Foot.- Captain William Frederick Harvey, from

the 84th Foot, to be captain, v. Mac Carthy, who exchanges; dated 13th

August, 1845. 84th Foot.--Capt. William Justin MacCarthy, from

the 57th Foot, to be captain, v. Har. vey, who exchanges; dated 13th Au.

gust, 1845. Ensign George Muriel to be lieutenant without purchase, v. Somerville, dec.;

dated 29th July, 1845. Ensign Robert Crosse Stewart to lieutenant,

without purchase, v. Muriel, whose promotion, on the 16th September, 1815, has been cancelled ; dated 16th Septem

ber, 1845. Charles Collins, gentleman, to be ensign, v.

Stewart; dated 11th November, 1845.

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WAR OFFICE, 14TH NOVEMBER, 1845. Bengal 18th Foot.-Joseph Hamilton Dwyer, A. B., to be assist.

surgeon, v. Fraser, who resigns ; dated 14th Nov. 1815.

East India House, 29th Oct. 1845.

IMPORTED FROM

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to go on nearly as well without such a functionary SUMMARY and REVIEW OF EAST- Marine Department....

as with one. The Ranee exercises the powers of the

717 ERN NEWS

705 Births, Marriages, and Deaths 717 state, as far as such powers can be said to be exercised BENGAL:

Shipping and Commercial InMemorial of the Bengal Medi.

telligence

717 where every thing is at the mercy of an insubordinate cal Service

706 CEYLON, &c. .................. Miscellaneous Intelligence. ... 707

and licentious soldiery.

LALL Singh appears to CHINA Civil, Ecclesiastical, Military, & CAPE OF GOOD HOPE Medical Establishments.... 710 Notices to Correspondents..

have some measure of authority, but GOLAB Singh Shipping and Commercial In. ORIGINAL ARTICLES :

keeps his distance, having, it may be presumed, a telligence 710 Railways in India.

722 Her Majesty's Forces in the Education in India

reasonable regard for his life. A short time must now East.

711 Internal Gorernment of Hong Births, Marriages, and Deaths 711 Kong

724

bring the affairs of the Punjaub to a crisis of some sort, and DIADRAS :HOME INTELLIGENCE:

it would, therefore, be as foolish as it would be vain to Madras Bank-Proxies..... 711 Orerland Communication with Miscellaneous Intelligence.... 712

India

725 waste words in speculation. Government General Orders .. 713 The Profligacy of " Punch" Civil, Ecclesiastical, Military,

Attack on the Borneo Pirates.. 728 Scinde is quiet, but the reports as to health in the Upper and Medical 'Establishments 714 Vice-Chancellor's Court.. 730 Births, Marriages, and Deaths 714 Court of Queen's Bench. 731 country are not so favourable as could be wished. Shipping and Commercial In. Miscellaneous Intelligence.... 731 telligence

The Nizam's dominions continue disturbed, and his 715 Prices of Indian Railway Shares BOMBAY:

and Securities

792

finances embarrassed. It is the general impression that there, Miscellaneous Intelligence.... 715 Shipping Intelligence

732 Court-martial

716

Births, Marriages, and Deaths 733 as well as in the Punjaub, the employment of British inter-
Civil, Military, and Medical Arrivals, &c. reported at the
Establishments..

717
East-India House. ......... 783

ference is inevitable.

The Governor-General had reached Agra, having perARRIVAL OF MAILS.

formed the journey with unexpected rapidity. On the 22nd The Hon. Company's steamer Alalanta arrived at Suez on the 18th of November, with the Bombay mail of Nov. Ist.

of October he gave a grand dinner to the Lieut.-Governor The mail which arrived at Alexandria on the 19th was despatched and the principal civil and military officers. On the thence to Malta in the Iberia on the 22nd, at which place it arrived morning of the following day the troops were reviewed, and through France was forwarded to Marseilles by H.M.'s steamer the Governor-General is reported to have expressed great Acheron. The Achilles, Peninsular and Oriental Company's steamer,

satisfaction at the manner in which their evolutions were may be expected at Southampton with the remaining portion acout the 10th instant.

performed. In the evening there was another dinner, and

on the 24th the Governor-General held a levee in the DEPARTURE OF MAIL.

morning, and was present at a splendid ball given in his A mail for Bombay, vil Marseilles, will depart on the evening of honour in the evening :the sth inst..

A mail for Ceylon, Madras, Calcutta, the Straits, and China, also These gaieties must soon be followed by occupations of a carrying letters for Bombay, will leave Southampton on the morning

graver character, either negotiation or war, or both. But of Saturday, Dec. 20. Letters to be in time must be posted in London on the previous evening, or, if marked riá Marseilles, on the soldiers are as gay on the eve of a battle as in the “ piping evening of Wednesday, Dec. 24.

time of peace," and we may be quite certain that if an The Hon. Company's steamer Queen, with the London mail of Sept. 24, arrived at Bombay on Oct. 27.

appeal to arms be requisite, it will be made with as much The Hindoostan, with the London mail of Oct. 24, sailed from spirit as was displayed in the festivities at Agra. Whether Suez for Aden, Ceylon, Madras, and Calcutta, on Nov. 11.

.or not it may be requisite to deal with other parties as well DATES OF ADVICES.

as the disputants within the Sikh dominions, may be doubtBengal.. Oct. 22 | China ....

ful; for, from the following passage extracted from a local

Oct. 1
Madras
Oct. 25 Singapore

Oct. 9 paper, there seems some ground for suspecting that Dost
Bombay
Nov. 1 Ceylon

Oct. 21 Mahomed Khan and his precious son AKBAR KUAN,
Cape..
Oct. 24.

may yet be looking with longing eyes towards the province

of Peshawur, and may not despair of once again annexing SUMMARY & REVIEW OF EASTERN NEWS. it to the Affghan dominions. The Bombay Mail was somewhat late in its arrival, and

The news from Cabool is to Sept 5. The constant desire which the delay is by no means compensated by the importance of seems to agitate the breast of both the Ameer Dost Mahomed Khan its contents.

and of bis son, the Wuzeer Mahomed Akbbar Khan, 'of resuming

the once Affghan province of Peshawur, has been fanned to a con. The Punjaub is much in the same state as at the date of

siderable degree by the rebellion, so long as it lasted, of Prince our last advices from that miserable country. It is at Peshora Singh; and it seems beyond a doubt, that a correspondence present (or lately was) destitute of a Wuzeer, but it seems

was kept up between the ameer and the prince, the latter urging the former to assist him by an invasion of Peshawur, the amrer

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