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ton, esq. appointed paymaster-general of his majesty’s forces. 4. Brevet: col. Hugh Lyle Carmichael, to be biolor: ral in the island of Jamaica only. 5. Right hon. Sylvester lord Glenbervie, appointed surveyorgeneral of bis majesty’s woods, oaks, forests, and chaces. 29. Wm. Drummond, esq. to be his majesty’s ambassador-extraordinary and plenipotentiary to the sublime Ottoman Porte; Hugh Elliot, esq. to be his majesty's envoy-extraordinary and ministerplenipotentiary to the court cf Naples; Anthony Merry, esq. to be his majesty’s envoy-extraordinary and minister-plenipotentiary to the united states of America; Edward Thornton, esq. to be his majesty’s secretary of legation at the Hague. Feb. 2. Major Charles Holloway, of the royal engineers, knighted. 5. Hon. ă rev. George Pelham, D. D. recommended, by congé d'elire, to be elected bishop of Bristol. — Colonel Thomas Hislop, appointed lieutenant-governor of the island of Grenada and its dependencies. —. Brevet: colonel Thomas Hislop, to be brigadier-general in the Leeward and Windward Charibbee islands only. 11. Edmond-Henry viscount Limerick, created earl of Limerick; and William Power Keating viscount Dunlo, earl of Clancarty, county of Cork: Charlotte baroness Newcomen, wife of sir William Gleadowe Newcomen, bart. created viscountess Newcomen, of Moss Town, county of Longford. 16. Right hon. John Hiley Addington, sworn of his majesty's most honourable privy-council.
22. Marquis of Donegal, sworn of his majesty's most honourable privy-council. —. Brevet : col. Robert Brereton, of the 63d foot, to be brigadier-general in the Windward and Leeward Charibbee islands only. March 4. George Harrison, esq. morroy king of arms, appointed clarencieux king of arms, and principal herald the south, east, and west parts of England. 5. Staff: John Sweethand, to be principal commissary of stores and provisions at Gibraltar; lieutenant-colonel James Butler, of the invalid artillery, to be commandant of the junior department of the royal military college; major Benjamin D'Urban, of the 89th foot, to be superintendant of the junior department. 12. Staff: brevet-major Chas. Irvine, to be deputy quarter-master-general to the forces serving in Jamaica, with the rank of lieut.col. in the army; lieut.-col. Willoughby Gordon, to be deputy-adjutant-general to the said forces; brevet-major Wm. Gifford, to be deputy adjutant-general to the troops at Malta, with the rank of lieutenant-colonel in the army; major Charles Phillips, to be deputy quarter-master-general to the said troops, with the rank of lieut.col. in the army. 15. Staff: major-general Robert Brownrigg, to be quartermaster-general to the forces. 16. William Paxton, , William Blizard, and Charles Blicke, esqrs.
30. James Duberley, of Gainshall, Huntingdonshire, esq. Francis Searle, of Kingston-uponThames, esq. and John Duma
resq, esq. knighted. April 4. Ralph Bigland, esq. Richmondherald, appointed morroy king of arms, and principal herald of the north parts of England. 9. Right hon. Francis lord Napier, appointed his majesty's high commissioner to the general assembly of the church of Scotland. —. Staff: lieut.-col. Lewis Lindenthal, of the queen's German regiment; Daniel Patterson, on the retired list of the invalids; Wm. Eden, of the 79th foot; George Murray, of the 3d . ment of foot-guards; and John Brown, of the royal staff corps; to be assistants to the quarter-mastergeneral of the forces: George Williamson, esq. to be commandant of the royal military asylum, with the rank of lieutenant-colonel in the army, so long as he shall retain the situation of commandant. 19. Richard earl of Cavan, major-general of his majesty’s forces, permitted to receive and wear the badge of the order of the Crescent, transmitted to him by the grand signior. —. James Gambier, esq. appointed his majesty’s consul-general at Lisbon. —. Hospital staff: Ralph Green, M. D. to be assistant-inspector of hospitals; John Webb, M.D. to be assistant-inspector of hospitals. 30. Staff: major Thomas Birch, to be an assistant to the quartermaster-general to the forces, with the rank of lieut.-col. in the army; major Edward Henry Bunbury, to be an assistant to the quartermaster-general to the forces. May 4. Wm. earl of Mansfield, appointed lord-lieutenant of the shire of Clackmannan, in N. Britain ; colonel Charles Green, Wm. Bulkeley Hughes, esq. and Francis Hartwell, esq. knighted. 7. Staff: colonel Frederick Au
gustus Weatherall, to be deputy adjutant-general to the forces serv. ing in Nova Scotia; lieutenant Richard Leonard, to be fort-major of Frederick Town, New Brunswick. 9. Major-general David Douglas Wemyss, to be commander of all his majesty's land forces serving in the island of Ceylon. 21. Garrison; major-general John Doyle, to be lieutenant-governor of the island of Guernsey. 23. Sir James Pulteney, bart. lieutenant-colonel Francis Whitworth; captain Robert Bolton, of the royal navy; Rupert George, esq. and Richard #. esq. knighted, as proxies to five of the knights of the Bath at the late installation. * 24. Reverend Fdward Bowyer Sparke, D. D. appointed dean of the cathedral church of Bristol; rev. Wm. Nelson, D. D. prebendary of the metropolitical church of Canterbury. 28. Rev. Howel Holland Edwards, M.A. prebendary of the collegiate church of St. Peter, Westminster, — Staff: lieutenant-general the hon. H. E. Fox, to be command. er of his majesty's forces in Ireland; major Wm. Nicholson, of the 72d foot, to be deputy adjutant-general to the king's troops serving in India, with the rank of lieut.-col. in the army. Assistants to the quarter-master-general of the forces: lieut.-col. W. Gordon, from the 85th foot; major H. Lowe, from the royal fusileers; major W. H. De Lancey, from the 45th foot; and capt. H. F. Brownrigg, from the staff corps, with the rank of major in the army. Hospital staff: Dr. Alexander Robertson, to be a deputy- inspector inspector of hospitals in the island of Jamaica; L. Krazelsen, to be surgeon to the forces. June 1. Right hom. George Tierncy, treasurer of his majesty's navy, sworn of his majesty’s privycouncil. 4. Henry duke of Beaufort, confirmed in the barony of Bottetourt, and created baron de Bottetourt. 11. Brevet: col. Martin Hunter, to be a brigadier-general in North America; col. Wm. Dyott, to be a brigadier-general in the Windward and Leeward Charibbee islands. Staff: capt. the hon. D. G. Hallyburton, to be assistant to the quarter-master-general of the forces in Great Britain, with the rank of major in the army.Assistants in the quarter-mastergeneral's department in Ireland: major Ch. Harcourt; capt. John Pine Coffin, with the rank of major in the army. 14. Richard Brooke de Capell Brooke, of Great Oakley, county of Northampton, and of Ahadoe and Roxborough, county of Cork, esq.; right hon. John Stewart, of Athenrec, county of Tyrone; and the rev. James Stronger, M.A. of Tynan, county of Armagh, and of Thornhill, county of Dublin ; created baronets of the unitcd kingdom. 17. George earl of Dorchester, appointed lord-lieutenant of the county of Dorset. 18. His royal highness prince Adolphus Frederick, K. G. late lieutenant-general in the Hanoverian service, appointed lieutenantgeneral in the army. —. The king has granted to Francis Plaistow, esq. barrister at
law, his royal licence to take the
surname and bear the arms of Trapaud. 25. Spencer Smith, esq. ap
pointed envoy-extraordinary at the court of his serene highness the elector of Wurtemburg; and H. Watkin Williams Wynn, esq. at the court of his serene highness the elector of Saxony; Spiridion Foresti, esq., resident to the republic of the Seven Islands; Henry Savage Yeames, esq. consul-general in the Russian ports in the Black Sea; Waller Wright, esq. consul in the several ports of the republic of the Seven Islands; and Charles Denis, esq. consul at Civita Vecchia. 25. George Hilario Barlow, esq. a member of the council of Fort William in Bengal, created a baronet; rev. Thomas Burgess, D.D. prebendary of Durham, recommended, by congé d'elire, to be elected bishop of St. David's ; rev. John Fisher, D. D. prebendary of Windsor, recommended, by congé d'elire, to be elected bishop of Exeter. 28. Sir Rupert George, knt. Ambrose Serle, and Thomas Hamilton, esqrs. the hon. Edward Bouverie, and James Bowen, esq. appointed commissioners for conducting the transport service, and for the care and custody of prisoners of war. —. Garrison: brevet-major Colin Dundas Graham, to be fortmajor of Edinburgh castle. July 5. Barracks: Alexander Walker, esq. to be barrack-master in Great Britain. 11. Staff: major-general Geo. Hewett, to be inspector-general of the royal army of reserve. Assistant-inspectors of ditto: lieut.col. John James Barlow; captain Peter Carey. . Superintendant of clothing, &c. of ditto: lieut.-col. George Williamson. Deputy-inspector in North Britain: col. Thomas Scott.
12. Staff: col. George Horsford, to be deputy-adjutant-general to the forces serving in Jamaica.Hospital staff: assistant-inspector William Greaves, to be an assistant-inspector to the forces; John Buffa, M.D. to be physician to the forces. 19. Rev. William Beaumont Busby, M. A. appointed a prebendary of Windsor. —. Hospital staff: W. Domcier, M.D. to be physician to the foreign
depôt in the Isle of Wight.
26. Brevet: captain Thomas Hardyman, to be major in the army. Staff: James Fisher, esq. late lieut.-col. of the 62d foot, to be paymaster of a recruiting district. Assistant commissaries to the forces in Ireland: assistantcommissaries W. Dillon, Arthur Ormsby, and Thomas Gilston.— Royal Military College: capt. J. MoDermott, to be inspector of the 2d company of cadets in the junior department, and instructor of tactics. Barracks: assistant-barrackmaster-generals, with the rank of major so long as their services shall continue in the barrack department—Charles W. Thornton, esq. late an assistant-barrack-master-general; John Baddeley, esq. captain of the 22d light dragoons. Hospital staff: assistant-inspectors of the forces—assistant-inspectors J. Borland, A. Baillie, J. M'Niell, R. Patrick, A. Jamieson, R. Walters. Physicians to the forces: James Rogerson, M.D. and James Tellows, M.D.
29. Major-general John Doyle, lieutenant-governor of the island of Guernsey, permitted to receive and wear the insignia of the order of the Crescent, transmitted to him by the grand signior.
30. Brevet : capt. Levett Ibbetson, to be major in the army.
Staff: Charles Gordon, esq. to be
paymaster of a recruiting district. Aug. 9. Staff: major-general Richard England, to be lieut.-governor of #. col. sir Samuel'Achmuty, to be commandant of the Isle of Thanet. Brevet: capt. Henry Bromley, to be major in the army. 13. Staff: major Wm. Wilson, to be paymaster of a recruiting district. 16. Brevet; col. George Moncrieffe, and col. An. Dunlop, to be brigadier-generals in the West Indies only. Staff: assistant-quarter-masters-general to the forces in Ireland: lieut.-col. G. Airey, lieut.-col. A. R. Dillon, capt. R. Owen, and major James Forster. 17. Right hon. Charles Yorke, sworn one of his majesty's principal secretaries of state. 20. David Wedderburn, of Ballindean, county of Perth, esq. created a baronet. --. The earl of Cardigan, elected high steward of the borough of Windsor. —. Martin Davy, M.D. F.R.S. elected master of Caius college, Cambridge. 30. Brevet-majors: capt.T. Dorrington, of the 15th battalion of reserve; capt. J. Dumaresque, of the 9th ditto; capt. G. Wade, of the 30th foot; and capt. Charles Morley Baldero, of the 53d foot. Sept. Right rev. Dr. Wm. Knox, bishop of Killaloe and Kilfenora, alias Tanabor, translated to the see of Derry. 8. His excellency Wm. Drummond, his majesty’s ambassadorextraordinary and plenipotentiary at the sublime porte, permitted to receive and wear the insignia of the order of the Crescent, transmitted to him by the grand sigIll Cr.
10. Right hon. George Keith, baron Keith of Stonehaven-Marischal, co. Kincardine, in Scotland, K. B. and admiral of the blue, created a baron of the united kingdom, by the title of baron Keith of Banheath, co. Dumbarton; with remainder, in default of issue, with the dignity of a baroness, to Margaret Mercer Elphinstone, only daughter of the said baron Keith, and the dignity of a baron to the lawful heirs male of her body. —. Dr. James Cowper, appointed professor of practical astronomy and observer in the university of Glasgow. 13. Wm. Wass Langford, esq. appointed his majesty’s agent and consul-general at Tripoli. —. Hospital staff: Edw. N. Bancroft, M.D. to be physician to the forces. 24. Staff: inspecting-field-officers of yeomanry and volunteers, with temporary rank of lieut.-col. in the army so long as they continue to hold these appointments— col. Charles Mac Murdo; lieut.col. John Jenkinson ; lieut.-col. Wm. Thomlinson; major Ralph Gore; Wm. Harris, esq.; John C. Cowell, esq.; Henry Harnage, esq.; John D. Kane, esq.; Heneage Twysden, esq.; James Kirkman, esq.; W. Dalrymple, esq.; John Stewart, esq.; J. Hugh M“Leroch, esq.; Wm. Gore, esq.; col. H. M. Clevering ; lieut.col. Robert Garden ; lieut.-col. G. Duke ; and major Frederick Metzner. 27. Brevet-majors : captain Wyndham Quinn; capt. Thomas Mellor; capt. Robert Campbell; capt. Nathaniel Myott; and capt. Edward Draper. Staff: captain Wm. Macondy Harvey, to be de
puty-adjutant-general to the forces serving in the Charibbee islands, with the rank of major in the army. Oct. 1. Lieutenant-generals Wm. Shirreff, William Grinfield, Samuel Hulse, Albemarle Bertie, Charles Vallancy, John earl of Clanricarde, sir James Steuart, bart. Thomas Carleton, James Marsh, Cavendish Lister, James Ogilvie, sir Robert Lawrie, bart. Wm. Edmeston, David Home, Hugh Debbieg, Montgomery Agnew, Alexander earl of Balcarres, Cornelius Cuyler, Charles earl of Harrington, the hon. Rich. Fitzpatrick, Nisbet Balfour, Edmund Stephens, sir Thomas Trigge, K. B. Francis earl of Moira, and Peter Craig, to be generals in the army. —. Maj.-generals Geo. Bernard, George Nugent, John Bowater, Thomas Averne, James Barker, John Campbell, Charles Tarrant, John Barclay, William Macarmley, John Freke, sir Robert Stuart, bart. Richard England, William Keppel, John Hely lord Hutchinson, K. B. John Hamilton, Alexander Hay, Thomas Goldie, Simon Fraser, James Stewart, Chas. Hastings, Thomas Davis, Robert Mariners, William Loftus, William Mycus, Oliver Nichols, Alexander Mercer, Geo. Hewett, and Charles baron Hompesch, to be lieutenantgenerals in the army. —. Colonels Geo. Elliott, Duncan Campbell, Patrick Wauchope, Baldwin Leighton, Patrick Sinclair, Richard Chapman, John Coffin, Richard Armstrong, John
Murray, sir Charles Green, knt.
William St. Leger, Henry Magan, Richard N. Hopkins, John Smith, Alexander Mackay, Thos. Hartcup, William O. Huddlestone, George Tead, James Sow