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PROMOTIONS AND CHANGES and J. P. Martin; Mrs. and Miss Doyly; two
IN THE BRITISH ARMY,

Masters Doyly; two Masters Maxwell; “Master

Edwards. (SERVING IN THE EAST.)

Per Cormonll, from Bombay: Capt. O'Conner; 16th Light Drags. To be Lieuts, by purch.,

Mrs. L. Gosley; Miss A. Henry, and Mrs. Jane
Corn. W. V. Jillard, v. M'Mahon xon., (16

Morrison.
Nov.); Corn. J. P. Seward, y. Cureton prom. (17 Per Royal George, from Bombay: Mrs. Hut-
Nov.); D. Burges to be corn. by purch., V. Seward

chinson; Rev. H. Collinson; Lieut. Laing; ani! (17 Nov.)

one servant. 14th Foot. Ens. John Lord Elphinstone, from

Per General Palmer, from Madras: Mesdames h.p. 32d F., to be ens., V. M. H. Grant, who exch. Cemetien,

Kensington, Phillips, Forbes, and Mun(8 Dec.)

dell; Sir E. Stanley, late Chief Judge of Madras ; 16th Foot. Hosp. Assist. N. W. Giffney to be

Col. Cemetien, H. M.'s 48th regt.; Col. Mallett, assist.surg., v. Tighe app. to 220 F: (8 Dec.)

H. M.'s 89th regt. ; Capt. Ryves, R.N., late of 30th Foot. Ens. G. Mansell to be lieut. by purch.,

H. M.'s ship Sophies ; Capt. Murray, H. M.'s 48th

regt. ; Capt. Mundell, 69th ditto; Lieut. Codd, v. Steuart prom. (1 Dec.); W. H. Mounsey to be 48th ditto; Captains Smyth and Gill; Doctors ens. by purch., v. Mansel prom. (1 Dec.)

Griffiths and Stokes; Lieut. Spry, and the Rev. 40th Foot. J. B. Boyer to be ens. by purch., V. J. Bott, of the H. C. service; two Misses Phillips, Marsham apr. to 37 h F. (16 Dec.)

Misses Kensington, and Mundell; two Masters 418t Foot. To be Lieuts: Lieut. L. Versturme,

Mundell; Masters Phillips and Kensington. from h. p. Ist Hussars K. Germ. Leg., v. Harrison, Per Grenada, from Bengal: Mrs. Capt. Young app. to 75th F. (7 Dec.); Ens. A. Guinness, from

and family. 37th F., v. Read, who rets. (16 Dec.)

Per Olive Branch, from the Cape: Mrs. Betham, 46th Foot. To be Lieuts. : Lieut. G. Tarwell, from and servant; Mr. and Mrs. Pope; Mr. Carlisle : h. p., v. Madigan, app. quart. mast. (24 Nov.); Mr. Churton, Mr. Wisefore, and Mr. Alder, Chief Ens. F. Ingram by purch., v. H. Stuart prom. Officer of the Mulgrave Castle. (3 Dec.).-To be Ens. by purch.: J. Davis, v. In

.Per H. M.'s ship Espiegle, from the Cape: Col. 3 )

Bird, late Colonial Secretary at the Cape : Lieut,

Rutherford, Royal Engineers. - To be Paym. : Paym. J. Grar from 89th F., V. Anderson, who exch. (24 Nov.)--Capt. A Clarke

Per Palmyra (expected) from Bengal: Mrs. to be maj. by purch., v. Wallis who rets.; and

Colonel Browne; Mrs. Major Malony and family; Lieut. A. G. Parker to be capt., v. A. Fraser, who

Major Blacker ; R. Robertson, Esq.; Lieut. Smith, exch. (both 8 Dec.)

H. M.'s 87th regt., in charge of invalids; Lieut.

Matthews, H. M.'s 30th regt. ; Mr. O'Brien, Purser 48th Foot. Capt. A. Stuart, from h.p. to be capt., of H. M.'s ship Tamar; thirty-eight soldiers and v. F. Allman, who exch. (15 Dec.); Ens. — Mack

two children invalids. worth to be lieut. by purch., v. Swecny app. to 25th F. (8 Dec.); Ens. J. Thompson, from 62d F., to be ens., v. Mackworth (8 Dec.); Lieut. M.

PASSENGERS TO INDIA. Morphett to be adj., v. Weston prom. (15. Dec.) 59th Foot. Capt. H. Courtayne, from h. p., to be

Per Perseverance, for Madras and Bengal: Capt.

G. Lestrange, capt., v. Doran, who exch. (24 Nov.)

H. M.'s 31st Foot; Capt. John

Tritton ; Misses H. E. and C. Tritton; Messrs. 89th Foot. Paym. J. J. Anderson, from 46th F.,

E. Tritton, R. E. Jones, W. H. Yarde, C. Grant, to be paym., v. Grant, who exch. (24 Nov.)

C. W. Bendett, F. Mackeson, C. Patterson, M. N. Brevet. Corn. B. M'Mahon, 13th L. D., to have Ogilvy, and H. Meredith. local rank of lieut., he having been app. rid. mast.

Per Rainbow, for the Cape: Gen. Bourke, Deto cav. depôt at Maidstone (1 Dec.)

puty Governor. The under-mentioned officers have been allowed to dispose of their half-pay: Lieut. W. Walker, 16th L.D.; Lieut. W. Fraser,

MISCELLANEOUS NOTICES. 830 F. (both 3. Dec.); Capt. W. Barney (maj.), The Lotus (late Field), from Rangoon to Cal. 89th F.; Capt. J. Allman, 48th F. (both 10 Dec.) cutta, was lost on the Sand Heads 29th July, and

only 23 persons out of 100 were saved.
INDIA SHIPPING.

The Hon. Company's ships were to sail froin
Arrivals.

Madras, 3d Aug., with troops for Penang, on their

way to China. Nou. 25. Earl St. Vincent, Middleton, from Ba

The Gilmore, Lawes, has been taken up by the tavia 29th July; at Deal.-26. Cambrian, M'Pherson, from Macao; at Liverpool.--Dec. 1. Houqua,

Bengal Government, to convey stores to Arracan.

His Majesty's ship Tamar is struck with lightNash (American), from China; at Cowes.-6.

ning, and will be obliged to repair to Calcutta. General Palmer, Truscott, from Madras 30th July;

The Aurora, Spanish ship of 700 tons, was lost at Gravesend. -—8. Royal George, Ellerby, from

11th June, in the Island of Zanzibar. Bombay 26th_July; at Gravesend. - 13. Jane, Agnew, from Bengal and Mauritius, at Deal.-13.

The Stedcombe, Barnes, from London to Van

Diemen's Land, was lost at Melville Island, after Duke of Lancaster, Hanney, from Bengal 1st Aug. ;

discharging part of her cargo. at Liverpool.–14. Corsair, Robinson,

from Singa

The Maria, Moffatt, from Batavia to Europe, pore and Rotterdam; at Liverpool.-18. H. M.'s

having fallen in with a tiffoon, and lost seven men, ship Toes, Marryatt, from Madras, Ceylon, &c.; at Portsmouth. — 18. Cornwall, Morrison, from

and ten more disabled, bore up for the Mauritius.

She would sail froin thence about the 20th of SepBombay; at Liverpool.-19. Grenada, Anderson,

tember. from Bengal Ist Aug. ; at Gravesend.-22. Harriet, Anderson, from N. S. Wales; at Gravesend.-24.

The crew of the Mary, of London, wrecked on Ganges, Mitford, from Bombay 31st Aug. (out and

Jervis Island, had arrived at Sydney, in the Van

sittart. home in seven months and twenty days); at Liver

The Nereide, cutter, Forbes, from New South pool.

Wales to Manilla and Singapore, was totally lost
Departures.

22d June, a few miles to the north of Heneta river, Nov. 30. Ganges, Boultbee, for Madras and Ben

The Arab ship Fulke, which sailed from Bomgal, and H.M.S. Rainbow, Rous, for Cape, Ceylon, bay on the 28th July for Penang, has been driven and Madras; from Portsmouth.-- Dec. 1. Princess on shore on some part of the coast of the Northern Charlotte, M'Kean, for Bengal; from Liverpool.- Concan, near Killie Mehim. The crew, with the 7. Perseverance, Best, for Madras and Bengal, and

greater part of the cargo, including some treasure, Padang, Rodgers, for Padang; from Deal.-8. have been saved, Suffolle, Endicott, for Batavia; from Portsmouth. The Athol frigate, Capt. Murray, has been re-13. Asia, Stephenson, for Bombay and China; moved from the coast of Africa to reinforce the from Portsmouth.—18. Runneymede, Kemp, for squadron in the East-Indies. Bengal; from Gravesend. - 26. Clydesdale, Rose, Capt. George King, of the Noormuhull, was for Madras and Bengal; from Deal.

drowned off Che Cape in July last.

The Betsy and Caroline, from Batavia tó PASSENGERS FROM INDIA.

Amsterdam, was totally lost off the Texel on the Per Duke of Lancaster, from Bengal: Messrs.

loth Dec: the Captain and all the passengers H. Maxwell, Jas. Stewart, Jas. Brooke, A. Davis,

drowned; twenty-one of the crew saved.

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BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND of J. P. Grant, Esq., of Rothiemurchus, member

of Parliament for Tavistock. DEATHS.

21. At St. Pancras, Lieut. J. Gordon, R.N., to

Eliza Humphreys, relict of Arthur Humphreys,
BIRTHS.

Esq., late of Bombay.
Dec. 7. At Cleasby, Yorkshire, the lady of Capt.
Wray. late of the Bengal military establishment,

Lately. At Cheltenham, G. B. Robinson, Esq.,

eldest son of Sir G. Abercrombie Robinson, Bari, oi a son. 12. The lady of George Owen, Esq., of the

to Louisa, youngest daughter of the late Major

Gen. Douglas. Secretary's Office, East India House, of a son and heir. 18. At Eltham, the lady of Capt. Abdy, Madras

DEATHS. artillery, of a daughter. - In Portland-Place, the lady of J. B. Ricketts,

Nov. 13. At Aberdeen, Lieut, A. Mackenzie, H. Esq., of a son.

M.'s 4th Ceylon regt.

23. At Penzance, Emma Caroline Amelia, in

fant daughter of J. G. Moyle, Esq., surgeon BomMARRIAGES.

bay establishment. Nov. 29. At Brighton, Edward Parry, Esq., of 28. At Twickenham,. Capt. J. Foy, late com. the Hon. E. I. Company's civil service, to Cathe- mander of the Osterly East-Indiaman, in his 70th rine Harriet, eldest daughter of E. Isaac, Esq., year. formerly of Brook Heath, county of Southamp.

Dec. 1. At Southampton, Capt. Edward Bird, ton.

late of the Hon. E. I. Company's service. Dec. 10. At Stoke Church, T. Gahagan, Esq., of

Gen. Arch. Campbell, aged 67, the Madras civil service, to Elizabeth Ordidge, 7. In Wimpole Street, Alex. Robarts, youngest eldest daughter of R. Bromley, Esq., of Stoke son of the late J. T. Robarts, Esq., of the Hon. Villa, Devon.

E. I. Company's service. 12. At Paris, E. T. Downes, Esq., of the Hon. 10. Rear-Admiral Bingham. He was E. I. Company's medical service, to Clara Frances, point of proceeding to the East-Indies, as Comsecond daughter of the Rev. E. Forster, chaplain

mander-in-chief of his Majesty's ships on that stato the British embassy.

tion. 13. At Edinburgh, Francis Grove, Esq., lieut. 11. In Maddox Street, John Stutely, Esq., of R.N., second son of E. Grove, Esq., of Shenstone

Bombay, aged 31. Park, Staffordshire, to Emily, only child of the 20. At Canterbury, Mr. Thomas Dashwood, of late George Ure, Esq., of the Bengal Medical

the Bengal civil service. establishment.

23. Samuel Parkes, Esq., F.L.S., &c. &c. au15. At Paris, G. W. Lefevre, M.D., to Frederica thor of " The Chemical Catechism,” in his 65th Clavering Fraser, daughter of Col. Chas. Fraser, year, of the Hon. E. I. Company's service.

28. At Camberwell, aged 34, Elizabeth, the wife 17. In the Doune of Rothiemurchus, Gervain of Mr. D. P. Hart, of the East-India House. Pennington, Esq., Col. of horse artillery in the Lately. At St. Petersburgh, the celebrated 25Hon. Company's service, to Jane, second daughter tronomer Schrubert, in his 68th year.

on the

NEW PUBLICATIONS.
LONDON.

Oriental MSS. By the Rev. Dr. Wait, of Trinity The Mission to Siam and Hue, the Capital of

College, Cambridge. 3 vols. post &vo. Cochin-China, in the Years 1821-2. From the

Preparing for Publication. Journal of the late G. Finlayson, Esq., Surgeon

An Original Map of the Roads and Territory of and Naturalist to the Mission. With a Memoir of the Author, by Sir T. S. Raffles, F.R.S. 8vo. 15s.

India. Dedicated, by Permission, to the Riglit

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The Road-Book of India : or East-Indian TraPart I. of Researches in Fossil Ostéology. By veller's Guide through the Presidencies of Bengal, the Baron Cuvier : translated by - Edw. Griffith, Madras, and Bombay, containing an Account of ail F.L.S. Plates. 4to. £2. 10s. To be completed the principal Roads, Cities, Forts, &c. of India, in Ten Parts.

with those of the adjoining States; from actual Specimens of Ancient Decorations from Pompeii.

Surveys,"made and collected by Capt. Seely. InBy J. Goldicut, architect. 8vo. £2. 88. Proofs,

tended as an accompaniment to his Map. Royal

8vo. in 4to. £4. 43.

Vindiciæ Christiané; or, a Comparative Esti. P. Virgilii Maronis Bucolica ; containing an Ordo, and interlineal Translations accompanying

mate of the Genius and Tendency of the Greek,

the Hindu, the Mahometan, and the Christian the Text; a Treatise on Latin Verufication, &c.

Religions. By the Rev. Jerome Alley. By P. A. Nuttall, LL.D.

Hebrew Tales, selected and translated from Ancient Hebrew Works, to which is prefixed, an

CALCUTTA. Essay on the still-existing remains of the Hebrew

In the Press Sages of a later period than the Maccabees. By

* Futawa Humadee ; an Arabic work on Moond. Ilyman Hurwitz. 8vo. 78. 6d.

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A Table ; exhibiting in one connected View the of a speech delivered in the Court of East-India

Divisions, Subdivisions, and Measures of such Proprietors on the 27th Feb. 1824. By Robert Arabic Nouns, as are found to be of frequent ocGrant, Esq., with additions. 8vo.

currence in the Persian and Hindoostanee Lan. In the Press.

guages, with Examples of Formation, and Ex

planations. The History of the Dominion of the Arabs in Another ; as far as it resembles Arabic, the same': Spain, taken from the Spanish of Senor Condé, the Explanations, however, being in English for and the French of M. de Marlés. 2 vols. 8vo. the use of the English Student.

The Arabian Nights' Entertainments ;- a New Ruseedee Burdah; Arabic; with Persian EsSeries, selected and translated from unpublished planations and Notes, in 1 vol. royal 8vo.

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PRICE CURRENT OF EAST-INDIA PRODUCE, December 25, 1825.

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£. . d. £. s. d. Cochineal

. 1b 0 3 0 to 0 4 0 Coffee, Java

cwt. Cheribon

2 14 0 3 2 0 Sumatra

2 12 0 2 15 0 Bourbon Mocha

4 5 0 6 10 0 Cotton, Surat..

0 0 6 0 0 7 Madras

0 0 6 007 Bengal

0 0 6 0 0 Bourbon

0 0 10 0 1 3 Drugs, &c. for Dyeing.

Aloes, Epatica .cwt. 15 00 20 00 Anniseeds, Star..

4 0 0 Borax, Refined...

2 15 0 3 00 Unrefined, or Tincal 2 15 0 Camphire, unrefined 900 Cardamoms, Malabar..tb0 4 0 0 5 0 Ceylon

0 1 0 0 1 3 Cassia Buds

cwt. 11 0 0 13 0 0 Lignea

6 6 0 7 00 Castor Oil

ib 0 0 6 0 1 3 China Root.

cwt. 1 8 0 1 10 0 Coculus Indicus

4 10 0 50 0 Columbo Root

8 0 0 Dragon's Blood.

6 0 0 31 0 0 Gum Ammoniac, lump.. 30 0

£. e. d. £. &. d. Turmeric, Bengal ..cwt, 1 10 0 to 1 15 0 China ...

3 00 4 0 0 Zedoary Galls, in Sorts

6 0 0 Blue

6 10 0 7 0 0 Indigo, Fine Blue

Ib 015 8 0,15 9 Fine Blue and Violet.. 0 14 9 0 15 3 Fine Purple and Violet 0 14 0 0 14 6 Fine Violet

0 13 6 0 14 0 Middling Ditto

0 11 6 0 12 6 Good Violet & Copper 0 12 0 0 13 6 Fine and Good Copper 0 12 0 0 12 9 Good ord. & brok.ship. 0 11 0 0 12 6 Fine Oude squares

0 6 6 090 Good mid. and mid. do. 0 5 3 0 6 3 Low and Bad

0 2 0 0 5 0 Consuming Qualities.. 0 9 0 0 12 6 Madras Good

0 10 6 0 11 2 Do. Mid. & Ordinary.. 0 9 6 0 10 0

Middling ord. & bad ( 5 6 08 6 Rice, White

.cwt. 0 18 0 1 1 0 Safflower

2 0 0 9 0 0 Sago

3 0 0 3 100 Saltpetre, Refined

1 3 0 190) Silk, Bengal Skein lb 011 6 0 14 0 Novi

0 14 1 1 1 9 Ditto White

0 13 1 0 19 0 China

0 17 2 1 4 5 Organzine

1 4 0

1 8 0 Spices, Cinnamon. b 0 4 6 0 80 Cloves

0 2 3 0 39 Mace

0 6 0 07 0 Nutmegs

0 3 6 0 39 Ginger

cwt. 1 80 1 10 0 Pepper, Black

. Ib 0 0 6 White

0 4 0 04 3 Sugar, Yellow

.cwt. 1 12 0 1 14 White...

1 12 0 2 0 0 Brown Siam and China

1 15 0 2 0 Tea, Bohea...

.lb 0 2 0 0 2 5 Congou

0 2 7 0 3 6 Souchong

0 39 0 4 7 Campoi

0 2 9 0 3 0 Twankay

0 3 6 0 3 11 Pekoe

0 3 5 0 4 2 Hyson Skin

0 3 4 0 3 11 Hyson...

0 4 0 0 5 6 Gunpowder

050 0 5 8 Tortoiseshell

1 5 0 2 10 0 Wood, Saunders Red ..ton 1200 -13 00

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6 0 0 Arabic

2 10 0 5 0 0 Assafotida

2 0 0 8 00 Benjamin

2 0 0 55 00 Animi.

3 00 10 00 Galbanum Gambogium

16 0 0 16 10 0 Myrrh

3 0 0 17 0 0 Olibanum

2 0 0 4 10 0 Lac Lake..

.lb 0 0 3 0 2 0 Dye.

0 5 3 0 6 0 Shell, Block... .cwt. 3 10 0 5 10 0 Shivered

3 5 0 6 0 0 Stick

2 0 0 3 0 0 Musk, China

..Oz. 09 0 0 16 0 Nux Vomica.

cwt. 0 12 0 0 130 Oil, Cassia

OZ. 0 0 6 0 0 7 Cinnamon

0 8 0 0 10 0 Cloves Mace

0 0 5 0 06 Nutmegs

0 2 0 0 2 4 Opium : Rhubarb

0 1 9 06 0 Sal Ammoniac .cwt. 3 15 0 4 0 0 Senna

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0 2 6 Turmerick, Java... .cwt. 2 0 0 2 6 0

GOODS DECLARED FOR SALE AT THE EAST INDIA-HOUSE.

For Sale 11 January 1826- Prompt 10 March. Company's.-Bengal and Coast Piece Goods.

Private-Trade. - Long Cloths - SallamporesBlue Sallampores — Blue Succatoons — Punjum Cloths-Callico Wrappers — Nankeens-BaftaesBandannoes Choppahs-Cuttannees-GurrahsMammoodies-Sannoes-Cotton Sashes - Madras Handkerchiefs — Ventapollam Handkerchiefs Silk Handkerchiefs - Shawl Handkerchiefs Shawls-Cashmere Shawls-Crape Shawls-Crape Scarfs-Crapes—Silk Piece Goods-Wrought Silks -Lustrings-Sarsnets-Hand Screens - Towels Carpets.

* The above were declared for Sale on the 14th December last, but postponed--the Prompt to remain as previously fixed.

For Sale 17 January-Prompt 7 April. Company's and Licensed.-Indigo. *** The Prompt Day of the Company's Indigo sold in October last, which stood for the 13th January, has been postponed to the 17th March, the Buyers making a further deposit of 25 per cent. on the Sale value of the Indigo on the 13th January, and the Balance being chargeable with Interest at the rate of 5 per cent.

For Sale 20 February-Prompt 9 June.
Company's.-China and Bengal Raw Silk.

The Court of Directors have given Notice, that the rates for Landing, Housing, Management, and Sale of Piece Goods imported by Private Merchants from and after the 13th December, and warehoused by the Company, and also for Warehouse Rent on the same Goods, and on Company's Goods of the same denomination after the Sale, are modified and reduced in manner following: Private Piece Goods passing the Company's Sales.

Bengal and Coast White Piece Goods will be. charged 1. per cent. for Landing, Housing, Management, and Sale; the Accountant's fee 58. per cent. as at present; Warehouse Rent 1 d. per bale per week.-Bengal and China Silk Piece Gouds, I per cent. for Landing, &c. ; Accountant's fees is. per cent. ; Warehouse Rent 11/1. per bale per week- Bengal and Coast mixed Silk and Cotton and Coloured Cotton Piece Goods, 14 per cent. for Landing, &c. ; Accountant's fee 58. per cent. ; Ware. house Rent 1 d. per bale per week.-Brown and Blue Nankeens, li per cent. for Landing, &c.; ACcountant's fee 58. per cent.; Warehouse Rent ld. per bale per week.-Shawls, 1 per cent. for Landing, &c.; Accountant's fee 58. per cent.; Warehouse Rent 1 d. per bale per week. Private Piece Goods sold by Private Bargain, and

not at the Company's Sales. Bengal and Coast White Piece Goods, Itd. per, cent. for Landing, Housing, and Management ; Accountant's fee 28. 6d. per cent. ; Warehouse Rent as above.-Bengal and China Silh Piece Goods, #

per

LIST of SHIPS trading to INDIA and Eastward of the CAPE of GOOD HOPE.

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Goods in transitú, and not intended for Sale. per cent.; Warehouse Rent as above. cent. for Landing, &c.; Acconntant's fee 2s.6d. cent. ; Warehouse Rent as above.-Shawls, i per for Landing, &c.; Accountant's fee 28. 6d. per as above.-Brown and Blue Nankeens, 11 per cent. Piece Goods, 14 per cent. for Landing, &c.; AcCoast mixed Silk and Cotton, and Coloured Cotton per cent.; Warehouse Rent as above.- Bengal and per cent. for Landing, &c.; Accountant's fee 2s. 6d. countant's fee 28. 6d. per cent.; Warehouse Rent 38. 6d. per bale for Landing and Housing ; Ware

above.
whatever dates of importation.
now remaining in the Company's warehouses, of
apply to all Company's and Private Piece Goods

The reduced Rates of Warehouse Rent will Landing and Housing; the Warehouse Rent as house Rent as above. --Shawls, 40s. per bale for house Rent as above.-Brown and Blue Nankeens, 6s. 6d. per bale for Landing and Housing ; WareSilk and Cotton, and Coloured Cotton Piece Goods, China Silk Piece Goods, Bengal and Coast mixed

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