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19. At Buxar, Mrs. J. W. David, of a son.

13. At Kurnaul, Lieut. W. Heysham, 53d N.I. 20. At Dacca, the lady of Lieut. G. Burford, 17. At Ghazeepore, Ens. J. P. Sharpe, 54th N.I. acting adj. 27th N.I., of a daughter.

20. Emily, infant child of W. Money, Esq. 21. At Ghazeepore, the lady of John Hunter, 22. The Rev. John Lawson, pastor of the BapEsq., civil service, of a son.

tist Church, Circular Road, author of Orientat At Doodpatlee, in Cachar, the lady of J. S. Harping, the Lost Spirit, &c. Sullivan, assist. surg. 16th Local Bat., of a son. 28. Julia, infant daughter of Mr. J. Llewelyn.

28. The lady of J. D. D. Dombal, Esq., of a Lately. On board the Waterloo, on the passage daughter.

to China, G. S. Jackson, son of James Jackson, 29. At the Calcutta academy, Mrs. F. Linstedt, Esq. of a son.

At Hussingabad, Lieut. E. R. Jardine, 1st N.I. Oct. 2. At Chowringhee, the lady of C. Mower- At Arracan, Mr. Coxe, chief officer of the son, Esq., of a son.

Caroline.-Mr. Waghorn, ditto Research; and Mr. 4. The wife of Mr. J. P. Parker, of the firm of Lamb, ditto, Volunteer. Andrew and Co., of a son.

6. At Cosipore, the lady of Capt. C. H. Campbell, agent for gun carriages; of a son.

7. At Ballygunge, the lady of Capt. C. Cowles, of a daughter.

Madras. At Ďum-Dum, Mrs. H. W. Beddy, of a son. 14. At Allahabad, the lady of Lieut. Col. Bowen, GOVERNMENT GENERAL commanding 14th N.I., of a daughter. At Cooley Bazaar, Mrs. Dutton, of a daughter.

ORDERS 16. The lady of Capt. P. D. Frezivant, country service, of a son.

REVISED REGULATIONS FOR HIS MAJESTY'S 18. The lady of Assist. Surg. J. P. Reynald, civil

FORCES. station of Dinapore, of a daughter. 24. At Kishnagur, the lady of E. T. Harpur, Fort St. George, Aug. 5, 1825.-The Esq., of a son.

Hon. the Governor in Council is pleased 27. At Chowringhee, the lady of J. W. Templar, Esq., of a daughter.

to direct, that the revised rules and regu

lations for the field exercise and evolutions MARRIAGES.

of his Majesty's forces, published by his Oct. 8. At St. John's Cathedral, W. Limond, Majesty's command, and directed to be Esq., to Janette Ann, eldest daughter of the late established in General Orders by his Royal John Gilmorę, Esq.

14. At St. John's Cathedral, Mr. J. D. J. Ship- Highness the Commander-in-Chief, dated pey, to Miss Elizabeth Susanna, eldest daughter of Horse Guards, 10th March 1824, be the late Mr. G. Crump, of Calcutta.

adopted without any deviation in the army

of this establishment, and that all such DEATHS.

orders, hitherto issued, as are found to inAug. 22. At Arracan, Mr. Joseph Wood, latê terfere with or to counteract their effect chief officer of the schooner Marianna. Sept. 1. At sea, Mr. A. Robertson, a passenger

and operation be hereby annulled. on board the H.C.'s Ketch Trusty, for Ramiree, to join his uncle, T.C. Robertson, Esq., at that place.

MEDICAL AID TO SURVEYS. 10. At Dinapore, Lieut. H. P. Ridge, adj. to 39th N.I.

Fort St. George,

Sept. 9, 1825.- The 11. At Arracan, Lieut. F. Considine, H. M.'s

Hon. the Governor in Council deems it 54th regt., aged 21.

12. At Rangoon, Capt. W. Dolge, of the ship expedient to authorize medical aid to be Shah-ool-Ahmed.

afforded to surveyors, assistant-surveyors, - 16. Mr. J. Joyce, assist. com. of ordnance. 18. On board the H.Ç.'s ship Royal George, in

and the establishments attached to surveys Penang Roads, John Trotter, Esq., jun., of the under this presidency in the department of Bengal civil service, aged 25. 20. At Intally, T. Brae, sen., Esq., aged 69, late

the deputy surveyor general; the surveyors indigo planter of Kisenaghur.

and assistant surveyors to be drawn for aš · 21. At Dinapore, Mr. Walsingham, riding master

Europeans; the establishments as natives of the 6th L.C. 23. At Koomarparah, Assam, Lieut. R, E. I.

—the bills of the medical officers to be Kerr, 57th N.I., youngest son of the the late Lieut. authenticated by the commanding or staff Gen. James Kerr, of the Bombay estab., aged 21. 25. On board the Lady Campbell, off Calcutta,

officers of the stations where the indiviMr. E. Slatterthwaite, midshipman, aged 17. duals may receive medical aid, agreeable 26. Joseph, son of Mr. A. G. Paterson, aged 6.

to the general regulations of the service. Mr. Þ. Breton, of cholera. 27. At Bhaugulpore, Lieut. Col. John Swinton. 28. At Midnapore, Capt. H. Whinfield, 39th N.I. STRENGTH OF NATIVE REGIMENTS.

29. At Moorshedabad, s. Marshall, Esq., son of the late Lieut. Gen. Sir D. Marshall.

Fort St. George, Sept. 13, 1825.- The 30. At Kidderdore, Mrs. W. H.L. Hind, aged 17. Hon. the Governor in Council has been

At Chittagong, the Rev. Dr. Joseph Vincent, aged 56.

pleased to direct that all the regts. of naOct. 1, off the Sand Heads, on board the Wood- tive infantry not on foreign service be ford, Eliza, the lady of the Rev. E. Ray, returning recruited five men per company, making to India, aged 25.

5. Capt. P. Dudgeon, 14th N.I., commanding each company consist of ninety men. Sylhet Local Bát., aged 36.

- At Diamond Harbour, E. N. Briggs, Esq., 3d oíficer of the H.C.'s ship Minerya, aged 24.

ECCLESIASTICAL APPOINT-At Cawnpore, Miss L. D. Norris, eldest daugh

MENT. ter of the late Lieut, Col. John Norris, Madras engineers.

Sept. 22. The Rev. E. P. Lewis, military chap6. At Garden Reach, Lieut. J. R. Greene, of lain at Nagpore. artillery 9. At Agra, Assist.surg. Burnett. J. Gottlieb Albrecht, Esq., aged 27.

MILITARY APPOINTMENTS, 10. At Meerut, Capt. J. J. Gordon, 35th N.I. Mr. P. Drayner, midshipman of the H.C.'s

PROMOTIONS, &c. .shh Minerva, aged 19.

Hlead-Quuriers, Sept. 12, 1825.-- Cadets appointed 11. Mrs. L. Bagshaw, the lady of John Bagshaw, to ete duty. Cornet J. W. Strettel with 1st L.C. Esq., aged 26.

Ens. C. A. Cosby with 24th N.I. Ens. W. Strick

land

land and G. A. Harrison with 32d N.I. Ens. R. bid the idea of any aid from private sub. Bullock and L. O'Brien with Ist N.I.

scriptions; and suggests that the work Capt. J. C. Stedman, 34th N.I., to do duty with . inf. recruiting depôt at Wallajabad.

should be wholly undertaken by GovernLieut. Col. H. Raynsford, removed from 3d to ment, and, when finished, remain the Oth, and Lieut. Col. J. Collette, from 6th to

property of the Hon. Company, though 3d L.c. Sept. 18.-Assist.surgs. J. Richmond and G. W.

the management of it would be committed Scheniman ordered to place themselves under

to trustees for the time being," orders of garrison surg. of Fort St. George.

Heartily approving of its object, the Sept. 20.--Lieut. C. H. Græme, 5th L.C., to

Hon, the Governor in Council has been join and do duty with 2d L.C. at Bangalore. Sept. 22.-Lieut. Col. Com. J. Vicq (late prom.)

graciously pleased to order, that a copy posted to 7th N.I. Lieut. Col. J. M. Coombs re- of the memorial, together with a commumoved from 38th to 21st N.I. Lieut. Col. D. C.

nication of the sentiinents of the GovernSouth (late prom.) posted to 38th N.I. Sept. 23.-Capt. T. C.S. Hyde, 43d, and Lieut. J.

ment respecting it, shall be speedily transH. M.Braire, 9th N.I., directed to join Major mitted to the Hon, the Court of Directors, Kelso's detachment about to embark for Rangoon. whose sanction is indispensable. --(Bom.

Sept. 24.-Ens. W. C. M‘Leod, 30th N.I., appointed to lst bat. pioneers, V. Geoghegan re

Cour., Sept. 13. signed. Removals. Lieut. Col. F. P. Stewart from 13th

COMPANY's SOLICITOR. to 46th N.I., and Lieut. Col. F. Bowes from 46th to 13th N.I.

Thomas Teed, Esq., Solicitor in the Sept. 27.-2d-Lieuts. of artillery J. Maitland, Supreme Court, has been appointed Soli.. A. E. Baillie, and F. J. Brown, posted to 2d bat. citor to the Honourable Company at this Sept. 28.-Capt. T. Y. B. Kennan, 2d or nat.

presidency. brig. of horse artil., recently returned sick from Rangoon, directed to join his troop at Bangalore. Sept. 20.--Lieut. J. Aldritt, adj. of 2d bat. artil.,

CRICKET MATCH. recently returned sick from Rangoon, directed to join his corps at St. Thomas's Mount.

We hear a grand cricket match was

played at Palaveram, by the officers of the MISCELLANEOUS.

cantonment, on Saturday last. The bat

ting was, we understand, of a superior MADRAS TOWN HALL. Our readers at the presidency will be

description.-[níad. Cour., Sept. 13. much gratified in learning, that the memo

COLLEGE IN TASMANIA. rial regarding the Town Hall, which was so generally patronized, has been gracious

We feel great satisfaction in stating, on ly received by the Honourable the Gover

good authority, that no less considerable a nor in Council. A most satisfactory an

sum than £200,000 has been raised by swer has been returned for the informa

public sybscription at Madras, for the purtion of those who supported it with their

pose of founding a college in Tasmania signatures. It will be remembered, that

(where health is protected by perhaps the

finest climate in the world, and where, of one of the objects of the memorial was to draw the atiention of the Government

course, it is desirable that every Asiatic to the difficulties and impediments which

resident should fondly establish his prohave long retarded the establishment and geny) for educating the natives of India, operations of useful institutions at Madras,

instead of sending them to England. in consequence of the absence of proper

| Van Diemen's Land Paper. accommodation. Another object was to solicit the aid of providing an cdifice con

SHIPPING. taining apartments suitable to the want of

Arrivals. all useful associations instituted at the pre

Oct. 13. H.M.'s schooner Champion, from Eng

land and Cape of Good Hope. - 16. Kingston, sidency. These wants were detailed in

Bowen, from London. the memorial, and they have been specifi.

Departures. cally recognized by the Government.

Oct. 17. Maria, Thomson, for Calcutta.--21. The Hon. the Governor in Council ob- Kingston, Bowen, for Calcutta. serves, that the subject of the memorial bearing the names of above a hundred per

Sept. 16. At Bellary, the lady of A. Cheape, sons, among whom are nearly all of the

Esq., civil service, of a daughter. first rank and respectability at Madras,

DEATH. can scarcely fail to be deserving of the

Oct. 23. At Arcot, J. Stephenson, Esq., superhighest consideration and regard from

intendant of the veterinary establishment at that Government; that whatever is an object station. of desire to such and so large a portion of the European community at this presi. dency, must be presumed to be in itself

Bombay. important avd worthy of the 'advocacy

GOVERNMENT GENERAL which it has received; and that in tlie object of the memorial these qualities are at

ORDERS. once recognized.

FORTRESS OF ASSEERGHUR. The Governor in Council is pleased to Bombay Castle, Aug. 19, 1895.- The observe, that “many considerations for- political control of the fortress

BIRTH.

prOFFICERS.

ghur having been vested by the Supreme class of officers, one pattern to be kept at Government in the Resident at Indore, the office of the Clothring Board, and anothe Hon. the Governor in Council is pleased ther to be sent home for our inspection and to direct, that in its military character it approval, and that no alteration be subsebe separated from the Poona division of quently made in any part of the dress or the army from the first of next month, equipment of European commissioned and placed under the command of the officers without our previous sanction; we officer commanding the Malwa field force. further direct that no deviation from the

No change is to be made in the mode regulation pattern be permitted in the uniof paying the troops at Asseerghur until form of our officers without reference to further orders.

the Government.

7th. With reference to our orders on OFF-RECKONING FUND. UNIFORM OF the future succession of officers to the

benefits of the off-reckoning fund, we Bombay Castle, Aug. 20, 1825.--The

find it necessary to direct that the amount Hon. the Governor in Council is pleased of the annual advance to be made to offito publish, for general information, the cers who may succeed to half-shares the following extracts of despatches from the 1st May 1824 and the 1st May 1826, shall Hon. the Court of Directors.

be the same as they would have received Extracts of a Letter from their Despatch on the old system, viz. £543 from the of the 25th Feb. 1825.

fund so long as they would have continued Para. 2d. Referring to the orders con

on the junior list, and that £750 shall be

the amount of the advance from the date veyed in our letter of the 2d Feb. 1825, we have now to apprize you, that the

when they would have passed through this

list. Of this last advance £400 is to be share of off-reckoning of any officer transferred to the senior list between the

made by the fund, and £350 from our Ist of May 1824 and the 1st May 1826,

treasury. will be divided from the date of the trans

8th. Those who succeed to half shares fer between the two senior lieut. colonels

after the 1st May 1826, and who will not in that branch of the service to which he

be entitled to the benefits of compensation belongs, in the same way as is directed in

for the difference between a half and a full our letter of the 25th Nov. 1823 (Para. share, are to receive an advance from the 86) with respect to the division of shares

fund at the rate of £400 per annum. on the occurrence of each vacancy amongst the present colonels of the regiment.

3d. The lieut. colonels so succeeding Bombay Custle, Sept. 13, 1825.—The will be entitled to compensation for the

Hon. the Governor in Council is pleased difference between a half and a full share

to direct that the orange facings of the under the instructions of 25th November light cavalry be changed to white. 1823 (Para. 103d) from the dates at which The facings of the 2d European regithey would, under the former system, have ment are likewise to be changed to white respectively ceased to draw the fixed share with gold lace. These alterations to be of £540 per annum, and been admitted to made in the clothing due on the 1st Jan. a full share of off-reckonings.

next. Extract of a Letter from the Hon.the Court of Directors, dated 23d March 1825.

CIVIL APPOINTMENTS. Para. 5th. Having had under our con

Judicial Department. sideration the great and needless expense

Oct. 5. Mr, G. W. Anderson, judge and criminal to which the officers of the Madras esta

judge of Poonah and Sholapore.

Mr. S. Marriott, ditto ditto of Ahmednuggur blishment are said to have been exposed in and Candeish. providing their uniforms and military Mr. W. A. Jones, ditto ditto of Surat. equipments, we transmitted the orders, of 8. Hon. M. A. H. Harris, acting register at Dharwhich the following is a copy, to that Pre

17. Mr. John Kentish, judge and criminal judge sidency, and we desire that you will con- of Ahmedabad. sider the directions therein contained to be Mr. E. Grant, ditto ditto of Broach. equally applicable to yours.

Mr. W. Stubbs, register to Court of Sudder

Adawlut and Sudder Foujdaree Adawlut. " We have reason to believe that the

Mr. J. Vibrat, acting judge and criminal judge of clothing of the European commissioned

Ahmedabad. officers upon your establishment is not

General Department. only unnecessarily expensive, but fre

Writers P. W. Le Geyt, H. A. Harrison, R.T. quently altered, by which means the offi- Webb, H. Brown, J. W. Muspratt, and G. C. cers, and particularly the junior officers,

Wraughton to be fuctors, from 14th Oct. 1825. are liable to heavy and improper expense. We desire that this subject may at

ECCLESIASTICAL APPOINT.

MENTS. tract your immediate attention, and that

Oct. 25. The 'Rev. R.Y. Keays to officiate as you will direct suitable pattern uniforms

chaplain of Surat, in room of the Rev, H. Jeffreys and accoutrements to be prepared for each proceeding to Europe.

The

FACINGS OF REGIMENTS.

war.

AJMERE.

The Rev. G. C. Jackson, chaplain of Kaira, to had crossed the Runn into Jhalawar, was visit Baroda occasionally for performance of divine service at that station.

pursued by Lieut. Graham with fifty sepoys of the 2d grenadiers, for fifty-four

miles without a halt, and though the MILITARY APPOINTMENTS,

plunderers had only one man killed and PROMOTIONS, &c.

one wounded, and lost a few horses, they Bombay Castle, Oct. 17. Mr. D. Craw to be staff were still prevented from doing the mis. surgeon to field force assembled in Cutch, and Mr.

chief they intended.-(Bom. Cour. Sept. 24. Assist. Surg: C. Scott to be deputy medical storekeeper to dittto; dated 1st Oct.

The latest advices from Cutch were Oct. 18.-Capt. P. D. Ottey, Ilth N.I., to act as brought by the vessels lately detached with an assist. in department of quart. mast. gen. at troops in that direction.

The predatory presidency

bands from Scind had not molested the Cadets admitted. Messrs. H. L. Salmon and G. K. Erskine, for cav., and prom. to cornet.-Messrs. British territory, but continued their atA. A. Drummond, T. M. Dickinson, C. Birdwood, tacks against Cutch. A report was in H. C. Morse, C. Rooke, E. W. C. Parry, J. Broad hurst, J. C. Heath, and C. Gilberne, for inf., and

circulation that the Scindians had at prom. to Ensign respectively.

tacked Nugher Parkur, but had been Messrs. J. Goss and J. Crawford admitted as repulsed. As this is the principal haunt assist. surgeons. Oct. 22.--Lieut. S. Slight, of engineers, to be

of the plundering hordes, if the above executive engineer of Surat div. of army.-Capt. report is true, it shows a disposition Waddington, acting executive engineer to Baroda on the part of the Ameers to pre.. subsidiary force is confirmed in that situation, v. Slight.

vent them finding, for the future, an Oct. 27.-Assist.surg. G. Davis to act as deputy asylum in any part of their territories, or medical storekeeper at presidency.

those of their tributary chiefs. His MaLieut. W. F. Allen, 24th N.I., appointed tem. jesty's 4th dragoons, a troop of horse artilporarily an extra subaltern to bat. of pioneers, and will place himself under orders of Capt. Hart, dep. lery, and the 8th regiment native infantry, assist. quart. mast. gen., on Khoomarlie Ghaut. marched from Kaira for Cutch on the

3d October.- Bom. Paper, Oct. 15.
MISCELLANEOUS.
PREDATORY BANDS IN CUTCH.

Accounts from the Upper Provinces In a former number we mentioned that

mention that the political agent had been the banditti who have lately infested Cutch obliged to leave Ajmere, and that the had succeeded in plundering the village of

Nuserabad field.force would probably have Bheemasseer. On this intelligence being to move in that direction. The Bhurtpore received, Capt. Sandwith, with a troop of people continued restless, and kept our the 1st cavalry, and about forty sepoys of

troops on the alert.-[Bom. Cour. Oct. 8. the 21st regt., marched in pursuit, and came up with the plunderers near Paddanan, but found them posted among some bushes in the Runn, while the interven- We understand, that at their last meeting space was a muddy plain, in which ing, the Session of the Scotch church at the horses sunk up to their knees, and this presidency, in concurrence with the which was, in fact, almost impracticable church sessions of Calcutta and Madras, for cavalry. An advance was, however, appointed the Rev. James Clow, senior made with the sepoys, and forty dismount- minister of the Scotch church of Bombay, ed troopers under Lieut Fawcett. The and John Stewart, Esq., an elder of the enemy (about 300 in number) shewed a said church, to be their commissioners to disposition to become the assailants, but the General Assembly of their national when they had advanced within about a church, which is to be held at Edinburgh, hundred yards of our troop, who steadily in May 1826.-[Bom. Cour. Aug. 27. waited without firing a shot, they began to waver; they received a well-directed vol

MISREPRESENTATION. ley, which did them some injury, and im- We have perused the number of the mediately dispelled their doubts as to how Oriental Herald for April, but really a it was best to act. They took to flight, voyage to England appears to torture every pursued by the troopers and sepoys, but piece of intelligence so terribly from the from the very difficult nature of the ground, truth, and every page relating to India is and it being nearly dark, they suffered so tainted with the spirit of party and comparatively little injury,

partizanship, that no interest is excited, We have also seen a letter which men- and all confidence destroyed. There is a tions that Lieut. Kennett, with a party of long article from India, entitled “ Barrackthe 21st regt., had fallen in with a party pore Massacre, B rmese War, and Pre of these marauders, and had killed and sent State of the Native Army in Bengal," wounded about thirty of them, taking ten the merits of which will be better underprisoners. Four of the prisoners were stood and more correctly commented upon tried, found guilty of rebellion by the in that part of India to which it more Rao's government, and executed.

particularly relates, than where we are ner-Another party of these marauders, which writing. The following piece of inf..

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OFFICERS.

ghur having been vested by the Supreme class of officers, one pattern to be kept at Government in the Resident at Indore, the office of the Clotlring Board, and anothe Hon. the Governor in Council is pleased ther to be sent home for our inspection and to direct, that in its military character it approval, and that no alteration be subsebe separated from the Poona division of quently made in any part of the dress or the army from the first of next month, equipment of European commissioned and placed under the command of the officers without our previous sanction; we officer commanding the Malwa field force. further direct that no deviation from the

No change is to be made in the mode regulation pattern be permitted in the uniof paying the troops' at Asseerghur until form of our officers without reference to further orders.

the Governinent.

7th. With reference to our orders on OFF-RECKONING FUND. UNIFORM OF the future succession of officers to the

benefits of the off-reckoning fund, we Bombay Castle, Aug. 20, 1825,- The

find it necessary to direct that the amount Hon. the Governor in Council is pleased of the annual advance to be made to offito publish, for general information, the cers who may succeed to half-shares the following extracts of despatches from the 1st May 1824 and the 1st May 1826, shall Hon, the Court of Directors.

be the same as they would have received Extracts of a Letter from their Despatch on the old system, viz. £543 from the of the 25th Feb. 1825.

fund so long as they would have continued Para. 2d. Referring to the orders con

on the junior list, and that £750 shall be

the amount of the advance from tbe date veyed in our letter of the 2d Feb. 1825, we have now to apprize you, that the

when they would have passed through this

list. Of this last advance £400 is to be share of off-reckoning of any officer transferred to the senior list between the

made by the fund, and £350 from our 1st of May 1824 and the 1st May 1826,

treasury. will be divided from the date of the trans

8th. Those who succeed to half shares fer between the two senior lieut. colonels

after the 1st May 1826, and who will not in that branch of the service to which he

be entitled to the benefits of compensation belongs, in the same way as is directed in

for the difference between a half and a full our letter of the 25th Nov. 1823 (Para. share, are to receive an advance from the 86) with respect to the division of shares

fund at the rate of £400 per annum. on the occurrence of each vacancy amongst the present colonels of the regiment.

3d. The lieut. colonels so succeeding Bombay Custle, Sept. 13, 1825.— The will be entitled to compensation for the

Hon. the Governor in Council is pleased difference between a half and a full share to direct that the orange facings of the under the instructions of 25th November light cavalry be changed to white. 1823 (Para. 103d) from the dates at which The facings of the 2d European regithey would, under the former system, have ment are likewise to be changed to white respectively ceased to draw the fixed share with gold lace. These alterations to be of £540 per annum, and been admitted to made in the clothing due on the 1st Jan. a full share of off-reckonings.

next. Extract of a Letter from the Hon. the Court of Directors, dated 23d March 1825.

CIVIL APPOINTMENTS. Para. 5th. Having had under our con

Judicial Department. sideration the great and needless expense

Oct. 5. Mr. G. W. Anderson, judge and criminal to which the officers of the Madras esta

judge of Poonah and Sholapore.

Mr. S. Marriott, ditto ditto of Ahmednuggur blishment are said to have been exposed in providing their uniforms and military Mr. W. A. Jones," ditto ditto of Surat. equipments, we transmitted the orders, of 8. Hon. M. A. H. Harris, acting register at Dharwhich the following is a copy, to that Pre

17. Mr. John Kentish, judge and criminal judge sidency, and we desire that you will con- of Ahmedabad. sider the directions therein contained to be Mr. E. Grant, ditto ditto of Broach. equally applicable to yours.

Mr. W. Stubbs, register to Court of Sudder " We have reason to believe that the

Adawlut and Sudder Foujdaree Adawlut.

Mr.J. Vibrat, acting judge and criminal judge of clothing of the European commissioned

Ahmedabad. officers upon your establishment is not

General Department. only unnecessarily expensive, but fre

Writers P. W. Le Geyt, H. A. Harrison, R.T. quently altered, by which means the offi. Webb, H. Brown, J. W. Muspratt, and G. C. cers, and particularly the junior officers,

Wraughton to be fuctors, from 14th Oct. 1825. are liable to heavy and improper expense. « We desire that this subject may at

ECCLESIASTICAL APPOINT

MENTS. tract your immediate attention, and that you will direct suitable pattern uniforms

Oct. 25. The Rev. R. Y. Keays to officiate as

chaplain of Surat, in room of the Rev, H. Jeffreys and accoutrements to be prepared for each proceeding to Europe.

The

FACINGS OF REGIMENTS.

and Candeish.

war.

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