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INSOLVENT COURT,-MAY 17, 1831.

IN THE MATTER OF MESSRS. PALMER AND CO.

Nothing particular was done in this case except that the Insolvents filed an account of the amount of their debts to the several individuals of the firm from which account it appears, that the whole of their debts sworn to and for which the Creditors have had no security or satisfaction amounts to Sa. Rs. 76,86,012.

The case stands over.

IN THE MATTER OF WILLIAM PRINSEP.

Mr. Turton having on a former day obtained a Rule Nisi why Messrs. Cullen and Brown, the constituted Attornies of Alexander Brodie, the Executor, and certain persons, the Legatees under the Will of William David Brodie, should not make their election of either the joint Estate of Messrs. Palmer and Co.or of the separate Estate of W. Prinsep, from which to receive their dividends; appeared this day to have it made absolute. Mr. Cleland on behalf of Messrs. Cullen and Brown was heard in opposition. He contended that his clients did not hold sufficient authority to make the election and that the present application was made too soon. The Court ordered that the dividend of this claim be postponed till the 17th August ; but afterwards Mr. Turton, with consent of Mr. Cleland, applied to the Court to withdraw that order and give leave to argue the case on the merits, Mr. Cleland admitting the sufficiency of the power to his clients. Leave was granted to renew the motion on Friday next, when the case will be heard on the merits.

MAY 20, 1831.

IN THE MATTER OF MESSRS. PALMER AND CO.

Mr. Strettell on behalf of Baboo Dwarkanauth Tagore applied for the confirmation of the purchase of Nundolollpen Indigo Factory by the Baboo froin the Assignces. Sale confirmed.

IN THE MATTER OF W. PRINSEP. The application in this matter was again resumed this day, when the Court ordered that no dividend should be paid on the claim of the executor and legatees of Browdie, without further leave of the Court, and that if any dividend should be made before the 17th Aug. by order of Court, such dividend should be made without reserving any thing in respect of this claim except the third part of the monies in the hands of the Assignee, which by act is directed to be reserved until one year shall have elapsed for the publication in the London Gazette, of the notice of the Insolvent's petition hav. ing been filed.

CIVIL APPOINTMENTS.

GENERAL DEPARTMENT. Houlton, G. F. Mr.; assistant under the commissioner of revenue and circuit 11th

er Patna division, may 3.

MILITARY APPOINTMENTS, &c.

(FROM THE 1ST APRIL TO 13th MAY.]

Agar, S. D. ensign; 55th regt. n. i. leave from 1st may to 15th june, in extension to

remain at the presidency for the purpose of submitting an application for leave to

proceed to Europe, for one year, april 29. Aitken, R. lieutenant; 6th I. c. appointed to act as adjutant to the regt. vice lieut.

and adjutant Watt, absent, april 25. Alcock, C. B. P. lieutenant; engineers, leave from 15th april to 15th nov. on medi

cal certificate, to visit the hills North of Deyral, april 5. Alexander, Robert, ensign ; to be lieut. without purchase, 29th sept. 1830, april 18. Allan, A. T. gentleman; to be ensign vice E. Lockyer, 29th sept. 1830, april 18. Andrews, C. captain ; 64th regt. n. i. to officiate as major of brigade, april 12. Ball, Robert, lieutenant; from half pay 591h foot, to be lieut. without purchase, 28th

sept. 1830, april 18. Barker, Joba, Private, of the European regt. is, at his own request transferred to the

artillery, april 12. Baynes, Francis, ensign; from the 88th foot, to be liegt. without purchase, 30th sept.

1830, april 18. Bevan, Rowland, ensign; from the 11th foot, to be lieut. without purchase, 30th

sept. 1830, april 18. Bignell, William, captain ; 63d regt. n. i. leave for eighteen months to proceed to

the Mauritius and to the Cape of Good Hope, for health, april 21. Blackwood, J. assistant surgeon ; 50th regt. n. i. leave from 15th april to 15th july,

to visit the presidency on urgent private affairs, april 8. Blythe, John David, ensign; from the 1st West India regt. to be ensign, vice W.

Lockyer, 29th sept. 1830, april 18. Boscaven --- lieutenant; commanding the Mug Sebundy corps, an extension of leave

for health until the 1st nov. next, to remain at the presidency for health, may 13. Bradshaw, William, sergeant; appointed quarter master sergeant to the 22d regt.

n. i. at Keitah, april 13. Briggs, W. T. lieutenant; 74th regt. n. i. leave from 20th jan. to 10th march to visit

Akyab, on medical certificate, april 12. Brown, C. B., C. brigadier ; horse artillery, leave from Ist may to 1st Aug. to visit

Mussoorie, on private affairs, april 19. Brown, James, lieutenant; 57th foot, to be captain, vice Hunt, 28th sept. 1830,

april 18. Bruce, H. A. assistant surgeon; appointed to do duty with the artillery at Dum

Dum, april 12. Campbell, R. lieut. interpreter and quarter master ; 43d regt. n. i. leave from 15th Campbell, A. assistant surgeon; 3d brigade horse artillery, appointed to do daty

april to 15th sept. to visit the hills in the vicinity of Landour, on private affairs, april 7.

at the convalescent depot at Landvur, vice Fisher, april 25. Campbell, R. M. lieutenant; appointed to officiate as interpreter and quarter mas

ter to the 33d n. i. vice eusign Sandeman, absent on medical certificate, april 20. Charteris, R. L. R. lieutenant ; 65:b regt. n. i. appointed to officiate as interpreter

and quarter master, april 21. Clapperton, J. B. surgeon; 6th 1. c. appointed to officiate as superintending surgeon

to the Cawnpore circle, april 22. Colebrooke, Thomas Elliott, supernumerary ensign ; 13th regt. n. i. brought on the

effective strength of the regt. from the 220 april 1831, vice D. R. Brodie, deceas.

ed, may 6. Conolly, Edw. rd Barry, supernumerary lieutenant : 6th regt. I. c. brought on the

effective strength of the regt. from the 10th april 1831, vice W. Parker, deceased,

april 22. Conran, J. W. lieutenant; 64th regt. n. i. to act as station staff at Dacca, april 2. Cooke, Bryan William Darwin, lieutenant ; 56th regt. n. i. furlough to Europe, for

health, april 22. Cooper, Henry, color sergeant; appointed quarter master to the 59th regt. n. i. ut

Allahabad, april 13. Cooper, J. C. ensign; appointed to officiate as interpreter and quarter master, to

the 49th regt. n. i. vice litut. Elwall, absent, april 14. Coventry, C. captain ; 32d regt. n. i. leave from 28th feb to 31st aug. tn remain at

Bareilly and visit Cawnpore on private affairs, april 8.
Craigie, G. assistant surgeon; attached to the civil station of Azimgurh, to officiate

as assistant marine surgeon, may 6. Barling, Charles Henry, ensign; to be lieut. without purchase, 29th sept. 1830,

april 18. Davidson, A. captain ; 13th regt. n. i. and assistant to the political agent North

East frontier, leave for eighteen months to proceed to New South Wales via Islo

of France, for health, may 13. Davidson, M. D. Alexander, assistant surgeon; appointed to the 32d regt. n. i.,

april 2. Day, J. L. captain ; 8th regt. n. i. leave from 10th may to 10th nov. to visit Simla,

and Kotgurb, on medical certificate, april 26. DeSąumarez, S. F.gentleman; to be ensign, vice Darling, 1st oct. 1830, april 18. Dixon, F. G. P. M. cadet; infantry, (doing duty with 2d n. i.) leave from 10th may

to 10th july to visit the presidency, preparatory to applying for permission to re

sign the service, april 26. Eckford, J. surgeon ; appointed to officiate as superintending surgeon, vice mr.

Tweedie, absent, april 22. Ellis, R. R. W. ensign; appointed to officiate as interpreter and quarter master, to

the 23d n. i. vice lieut. Platt, absent, april 4. Elliott, E. K. ensign; appointed to officiate as interpreter and quarter master to

the 43d regt. n. i. vice lieut. Campbell, absent, april 15. Fisher, F. H. assistant surgeon ; 1st regt. n. i. doing duty at Landour, leave from

ist may to 15th nov. to remain in the mountains, North of Deyrah, on private

affairs, april 25. Garden, A. surgeon; garrison surgeon, Agra medical staff, leave from 30th april to

30th oct. to visit the hills North of Deyrah, on private affairs, april 27. Garstin, H. captain; 10th regt. I. c. to the temporary command of the 5th local

horse, april 29.

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Gascogne, C. M. cornet; 5th regt. I. c. leave from Ist april to 15th nov. to visit the

hill provinces, in the neighbourhood of Kotgurh, on medical certificate, april 4. Ginders, T. assistant surgeon; appointed to do duty with his majesty's 3d Buffs,

april 22. Gould, T. lieut. interpreter and quarter master; 11th regt. n. i. leave from 20th

march to 20th may, to visit the Sand Heads, on medical certificate, april 5. Graham, M. D. James, assistant surgeon; medical department, to be surgeon from

the 7th may 1831, vice C. Hunter, deceased, may 13. Green, James, acting corporal; European regt. promoted to sergeant and appoint

ed quarter master sergeant to the 74th regt. n. i. at Chittagong, april 13. Griffiths, G: lieutenant; 13th regt. n. i. leave from 15th may to 15th dec. to visit the

presidency, preparatory to making application for furlough to Europe, april 29. Gullan, D. assistant surgeon; appointed to act as garrison surgeon and medical

store keeper at Agra, vice surgeon Garden, absent, april 27. Guthri”, M. D: Hugh, assistant surgeon ; medical department, to be surgeon from

the 18th april 1831, vice J. Woolley, deceased, may 6. Hall, T. major; commanding the Bareilly provincial battalion, leave for eight months,

to proceed to Mussoory in the hills, for health, may 6. Hart, T. B. assistant surgeon ; 37th regt. n. i. leave from 20th april to 20th nov. to

remain in the hills North of Deyrah on medical certificate, april 7. Hopkins, P. lieutenant; appointed to officiate as interpreter and quarter master to

the 27th regt. n. i. vice lieut. Plumbe, absent, april 5. Horner, J. ensign ; 55th foot, to be lieut. by purchase, vice Cary promoted 7th jan.

1831, cancels ensign Wake’s promotion to this vacancy, april 8. Hunt, Robert, brevet major; 57th foot, to be major, vice Shadforth, 23th sept. 1830,

april 18. Hurley, C. assistant steward; subordinate medical department, leave from 16th

april to 16th jan. 1832, to proceed to Landour on medical certificate, april 26. Huthwaite, E. «aptain ; 3d battalion artillery, leave from 2d may to 2d nov. on me

dical certificate, with permission to remain at Bareilly and to visit Simla, april 18. Hyslop, M. lieutenaut; 59th regt. n. i. appointed to officiate as interpreter and quar

ter master to the 11th regt. n. i. vice lieut. Gould deceased, april 18. Ivers, Thomas, sergeant; appointed quarter master sergeant to the 70th regt. n. i. at

Baitool, april 13.

Jackson, J. assistant surgeon; appointed to do duty with his majesty's 16th foot,

april 19. Jenner, B. W. R. ensign; 64th regt. n. i. leave from 25th march to 30th april, to re

main at Sheerpore, on urgent private affairs, april 19. Keeir, M. D., A. assistant surgeon ;' appointed to do duty with his majesty's 3d regt.

or Buffs, april 19. Keiller, D. C. lieutenant; 6th regt. n. i. leave from 8th april to 15th jane to remain

at the presidency on private affairs, april 22. King, J. lieutenant; European regt. leave from 15th Jan. to 28th march, in exten

sion to enable him to rejoin, april 12. Laing, A. assistant surgeon ; attached to his majesty's 49th regt. to proceed by wa

ter and do duty with the 64th regt. n. i., april 22. Lamb, Y. lieutenant ; 51st regt. n. i. to be interpreter and quarter master, vice

Somerville, resigns the appointment, april 13.

Lane, Edward, captain ; 57th foot, from the 1st foot, to be captain, vice Daveney,

who exchanges, 21st sept. 1830, april 18. Laughton, R. assistant surgeon ; 2d regt. I. c. leave from 10th may to 10th oct. to

visit Simla, on medical certificate, april 30. Lewis, H. T. ensign; to be lieut. without purchase, vice Richardson, promoted, 220

feb. 1831, april 8. Lightfoot, S. assistant surgeon; appointed assistant surgeon to the civil station of

Juanpore, vice Davidson, resigned, april 29. Lockyer, Edmund, ensign ; to be lieut. without purchase, 29th sept. 1830, april 18. Lockyer, William, ensign ; to be lieut. without purchase. 29th sept. 1830, april 18. Loft. Thomas Capel, ensign; from the 92d foot, to be lieut. without purchase, vice

Brown, 30th sept. 1830, april 18. Lomer, O. lieutenant; 21st regt. n. j. to the officiating situation of 2d in command

of the Mhair warrah local battalion, april 29. Longhnan, J. M. cornet; 10th regt. I. c. leave from 15th way to 20th nov. on medi

cal certificate, to remain at Jubbulpore, april 20. Lowis, J. T. captain; 28th regt. n. i. leave from 1st april to 1st july, to remain at

the presidency on medical certificate, april 12. MacCarthy, William Justin, 22 lieutenant; from the Ceylon regt. to be lieut. with

out purchase, 30th sept. 1830, april 18. Macdonald, J. B. assistant surgeon; appointed to do duty, until further orders, with

the 3d regt. I. c., april 11. Macdonald, J. B. assistant surgeon; permanently posted to the 3d regt. I. c. vice

Spry, appointed to a civil station, april 19. Macdonnel, James, assistant surgeon; from the 55th foot, to be surgeon, vice Evans,

promoted 21st sept. 1830, april 18. Mackenzie, H. captain ; 74th regt. n. i. leave for 10 months to proceed to Singapore

aud China, via Bombay, for health, april 22. Mackenzie, R. captain ; 15th regt. n. i. leare from 22d march to 22d jnne, to remain

at the presidency ou urgent private affairs, april 7. Macra, J. M. surgeon ; 27th regt. n. i. leave from 11th april to 13th july, to remaia

at the presidency on medical certificate, april 25. Magrath, J. assistant surgeon; appointed to assume medical charge of the 4 h com.

pany of pioneers, april 29. Maidman, W. R. lieutenant; appointed to act as adjutant to the 2d brigade horse

artillery, vice lieut. Dashwood, absent, april 20. Mainwaring, H. G. ensign; 13th regt. n. i. leave from 15th april to 15th july, to vie

sit Saugor on private affairs, april 8. Mann, John, captain; of the 57th foot, brevet, to be major in the army, 22d july

1830, april 18. McGrath, F. V. lieutenant ; 624 regt. n. i. (doing duty with the 52d regt. n. i.) leave

from 15th may tu 15th oct. to visit Patna and the presidency on urgent private

affairs, april 21. McKinnon, C. assistant surgeon ; appointed to assume medical charge of the 12th

n. i. vice surgeon Eckford, absent, april 22. McNaghten, R. A. captain ; 61st regt. n. i. leave from 5th feb. to 5th aug. to visit

the presidency on urgent private affairs, april 7. Miles, F. A. lieutenant; 3d battalion artillery, leave from 2d june to 2d nov. to visit

Lucknow, on private affairs, april 29. Milner, F. C. lieutenant; 36th regt. n. i. leare from 15th june to 15th oct. to visit

Mirzapore and Dipapore, on private affairs, april 22. Money, E. K. cornet; appointed to officiate as interpreter and quarter master to the

2d I. c. vice lieut. Burton, april 7.

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