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Elliott, W. lieutenant; 27th regt. n. i. appointed to act as adjutant to the detach

ment, may 28.

Falconer, A. M. and M. D. Hugh, assistant surgeon; medical department, to rank

from 7th april 1830, may 20. Falconer, H. assistant surgeon; appointed to perform the medical duties at Seha

runpore, vice surgeon Royle, absent, may 17. Forsyth, John, assistant surgeon; medical department, to be surgeon, vice J. Cas.

tell, retired, with rank from the 7th may, 1831, vice C. Hunter, deceased, june 10. Fraser, A. W. W. lieutenant; 8th regt. I. c. leave from Ist may to 1st nov. in ex

tension, to remain at the presidency on medical certificate, may 18.

Gale, T. C. hospital steward; subordinate medical department, leare from 15th

may to 15th oct. to visit saugor on private affairs, may 17. Gerrard, John Grant, ensign; Right Wing European regt. to be lieut. from the 15th

dec. 1830, vice R. Ledlie, retired, june 10. Gilbert, Charles, mr.; appointed an assistant overseer in the department of public

works, may 27. Ginders, Thomas, assistant surgeon medical department; to rank from 30th sept.

1830, may 20. Ginders, T. assistant surgeon; appointed to do duty with the 35th regt. n. i., may 28. Graham M. D. James, surgeon; to rank from 18th april 1831, vice J. Wooley, de

ceased, june 10. Grainger, George, sergeant major ; 58th regt. n. i. removed to the kemaoon local

battalion, may 23. Graves, J. S. assistant surgeon; 16th light dragoons, 38th foot, to be assistant sur

geon, vice Murray, who exchanges, 19th may 1831, may 21. Green, William Abbott, assistant surgeon medical department; to rank from 6th

june 1830, may 20.
Griffiths, John, surgeon; to rank from 24th july 1830, vice J. Smith, deceased,
Guthrie, M. D. Hugh, surgeon; posted to the 59th regt. n. i, may 23.
Guthrie, M. D. Hugh, surgeon; to rank from 21st jan. 1830, vice A. Ogilvy, retir.

ed, june 10.

june 10.

Hampton, J. H. lieutenant; 50th regt. n. i. leave from Ist april to 10th may, ir

extension on medical certificate, to enable him to rejoin, may 4. Handyside, M. D Charles Baird, assistant surgeon medical department; to rank

from 12th may 1830, may 20. Hay, Patrick Martin, major, infantry; to be lieut.-col. vice E. Simons, deceased,

with rauk from the 21st jan. 1831, vice G. P. Baker, retired, june 10. Hayes, Marshall, Private; European regt. appointed an assistant apothecary, vice

McAuliffe, dismissed, from the service, may 27. Hennessy, J. ensign ; 20th regt. n. i. leave from 2d march to 2d march 1832, in ex

tension on medical certificate, to remain in the hills North of Deyrah, may 12. Herring, J. captain and brevet major; 37th regt. n. i. leave from 15th may to 15th

nov. to visit Simla and Kinnour, on medical certificate, may 23. Hickey, J. lieutenant; 10th regt. I. c. leave from 15th march to 30th april, in exten

sion to enable him to rejoin, may 25. Hickman, G. W.J. Captain ; 70th regt. n, i. to rank from 26th dec. 1830, vice E.

Simons, deceased, june 10. Hollings, Henry, supernumerary ensign; brought on the effective strength of the

regiment, june 10.

Ingram, J. W. captain ; 19th regt. n. i. leave from 20th may to 20th june, to visit

Simla, on private affairs, may 18. Innes, J. C. ensiga; 61st regt. n. i. leave from 1st july to Ist aug. in extension to

enable him to rejoin, may 31.

may 20.

may 28.

Jackson, Isaac, surgeon; posted to the 26th regt. n. i., may 25.
Jackson, John, assistant surgeon, medical department; to rank from 22d june 1830
James, William, captain; 66th regt. n. i. to be major, from the 21st jan. 1831, vice

P. M. Hay, promoted, june 10.
Keir, M. D. Adam, assistant surgeon medical department; to rank from 30th aug.

1830, may 20. Kennedy, W. lieutenant-colonel; infantry, to rank from 2d jan. 1831, vice F. P.

Raper, promoted, june 10. Laing, M. D. Alexander, assistant surgeon, medical department; to rank from 27th

june 1830, may 20. Lamb, J. assistant surgeon ; attached to the civil station of Maldah, leave for four

months from the 1st july, on urgent private affairs, june 3. Lane, C. R. W. captain ; 2d regt. n. i. appointed to the charge of the commissariat

of the Dinapore division, vice captain Hull, appointed a major of brigade, may 17. Lawrence, H. captain ; 67th regt. n. i. appointed to do duty with the 55th n. i., Lawrence, H. M. lieutenant; appointed to act as adjutant to the left wing of the 20

battalion of artillery, vice lieutenant Abbott, absent, may 10. Limond, Robert, superintending surgeon ; to officiate as 3d member of the board,

june 10. Liptrap, J, lieutenant ; 42d regt. n. i. leave from 10th april to 15th november to re.

main at Chittagong, on medical certificate, may 5. Lowis, Ninian, lieutenant; 63d regt. n. i. to be captain of a company from the 10th

may 1831, vice W. Bignell, deceased, june 10. Macdonald, Colin, John, assistant surgeon; posted to the 49th regt. n. i., may 25. Macdonald, John Bannatyne, assistant surgeon ; medical department, to rank from

12th feb. 1830, may 20. Macdougall, A. lieutenant ; 73d regt. n. i. leave from 20th june to 20th jan. 1832,

to visit the presidency on urgent private affairs, may 4. Mackay, Æ. J. lieutenant; 16th regt. p. i. leave from 1st may to Ist aug. to visit

gurrawarrah, on urgent private affairs, may 4. Martin, A. cadet; infantry (doing duty with 33d regt. n. i.) leave from 1st jane to

5th sept. to visit Azimgurh, on private affairs, may 24. Master, R. S. lieutenant; engineers, leave from 28th aug. 1830, to 7th sept. 1830,

in extension to enable him to rejoin, may 12. Mathias, John, lieutenant; 33d regt. n. i. to rank from the 25th may 1827, vice J.

W.J. Robertson, deceased, may 20. McClelland, John, assistant surgeon; medical department, to rank from 7th april

1830, may 20. McKinnon, c. assistant surgeon ; appointed to the medical charge of the 49th regt.

n. i., may 25. McKinnon, M. D Campbell, assistant surgeon ; medical department, to rank from

30th march 1830, may 20. McMullin, R. captain; 44th regt. n. i. and officiating executive officer department

of public works, leave for ten months to proceed to the Mauritius, on private af

fairs, may 20. McPherson, G. G. surgeon; to rank from 15th aug. 1830, vice P. Mathew, deceas

ed, june 10. McPae, J. assistant surgeon; appointed to do duty in the hospital of his majesty's

26th foot, may 4. McRae, J. assistant surgeon ; appointed to do duty with the horse artillery at Mee

rut, vice assistant surgeon Campbell absent, may 25. Miller, - local ensign ; permitted to return to his former situation as a sub-conduc

tor, in the ordnance department, may 27. Minto, Alexander Muir Mackenzie, assistant surgeon; medical department, to rank

from 20th july 1830, may 20.

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may 18.

Mitchell, William St. Leger, ensign; 13th regt. n. i. to be lieut. from the 6th may

1829, vice R. McMurdo, retired, may 20. Murray, D. assistant surgeon; 39th foot, 16th light dragoons, to be assistant sur

geon, vice Graves, who exchanges 19th may 1831, may 21. Murray, John Oliphant, ensign the hon'ble; 47th regt. n. i. to be lieut. from the 6th

july 1828, vice H. C. Williams, struck off, may 20. Norwood, — Drill corporal; of the european regt. appointed quarter master ser

geant to the 70th regt. n. i. vice Ivers, mag 4. Nugent, George, ensign ; 66th regt. n. i. to be lieut. from the 21st jan. 1831, vice

P. M. Hay, promoted, june 10. O'Conner, Thomas, sergeant; 3d company 5th battalion artillery, appointed an

overseer, in the barrack department, fort william, vice Paterson, may 24. Orchard, Joseph, captain and brevet major ; right wing european regt. to be Major

from the 15th dec. 1830, vice R. Ledlie, retired june 10. Ouseley, Richard, supernumerary lieutenant; brought on the effective strength of

the regiment, may 20. Parker, Richard, ensign; 48th regt. n. i, furlough to europe, for health, may 27. Pennefather, R. P. lieutenant; 3d regt. I. c. to be adjutant, vice lieut. Christie, on

leave to europe, may 24. Pitts, John Staniforth, lieutenant; Right Wing European regt. to be lieut. from the

15th dec. 1830, vice R. Ledlie, retired, june 10. Pocock, John, sergeant major ; of the late furruckabad provincial battalion, trans

ferred to the bareilly provincial battalion, vice Suell, deceased, may 17. Pott, G. ensign; 3d regt. n. i. leave from 1st july to Ist oct. to remain at Muttra, Price, R. cadet, infantry: doing duty with the 13th regt. leave from Ist june to 30th

sept. to visit Ghazeepore, on private affairs, may 12. Price, Richard, lieutenant; 41st foot, to be adjutant, rice Dyer, who resigns the

adjutancy only, 3d jan. 1830, Rainey, A. C. ensign; 25th regt. n. i. leave from 1st may to 5th june, in extension

to enable him to rejoin, may 11 Rainey, Arthur Crowe, ensign ; 25th regt. n. i. to be interpreter and quarter mas

ter, may 26. Reilly, T. B. sub-conductor ; ordnance commissariat. leave from 15th may to 15th

aug. to visit the hills in the vicinity of Landour, on private affairs, may 10. Renny, Thomas, 2d lieutenant; engineers, to rank from 15th march 1831, may 20. Rigby, Henry, 2d lieutenant; engineers, to rank from 12th june 1829, may 20. Rind, J. N. lieutenant; 37th regt. n. i. appointed to do duty with the Pioneers, vice

lieut. Alston, absent, may 23. Robe, W. G. J. lieutenant ; 58th regt. n. i. leave from 15th april to 15th nov. to

visit the presidency, may 19. Royle, J. F. surgeon; posted to the 42d regt. n. i., may 19. Royle. J. F. surgeon; to rank from 18th nov. 1830, vice P. Breton, deceased, june 10. Russell, M. D. David, assistant surgeon; medical department, to rank from 13th

may 1830, may 20. Saurin, W. lieutenant; 31st regt. n. i. leave from 15th june to 15th sept. to visit

the presidency, on urgent private affairs, may 24. Seaton, Douglas, ensign; to rank from the 5th june 1829, vice lieut. R. McMurdo,

retired, may 20. Sharp, John, Nixon, 2d lieutenant; engineers, to rank from 12th dec. 1828, may 20. Sinclair, Charles Alexander, gentleman ; 31st foot, to be ensign without purchase,

vice Dickson, promoted 8th march 1831, may 21. Smith, John, quarter master sergeant; 2811 regt. o. i. appointed sergeant major to

the regt. vice Roe, deceased, may 23.

may 21.

may 6.

Somerville, J. T. lieutenant; 51st regt. n. i. appointed to do duty at the depot at

Landour, may 10: Spottiswood, A. C. lieutenant; 37th regt. n. i. to be adjt. vice Barstow, promoted, Starkey, S. C. ensign; appointed to officiate as interpreter and quarter master to

the 63d regt. n. i., may 23. Stewart, James, assistani surgeon; appointed to the european regt. at Agra, may 17. Stokes, J. D. captain ; 4th regt. n. i. on the Madras establishment, to be his milita

ry secretary and an extra aid-de-camp, op his personal staff, may 20. Taylor, A. W. lieutenant; european regt. leave from 1st march to 30th march, in

extension to enable him to rejoin, may 5. Thatcher, Robert, ensign; to rank from the 5th june 1829, vice lieut. H. C. Willi.

ams, struck off, may 20. Thomas, F. lieutenant and adjutant; 73d regt. n. i. leave from 20th june to 20th

nov. to visit Tirhoot on private affairs, may 4. Thomas, G. P. lieutenant; 61th regt. n. i. leave from 10th june to 10th sept. to visit

the presidency on private affairs, may 19. Todd, John Mitchell, surgeco; posted to the 25th regt. n. i. Todd, J. M. surgeon ; to rank from 29th july 1830, vice J. Adam, M. D. deceased,

june 10. Torrens, F. ensign ; 52d regt. n. i. leave from 15th june to 15th oct. to visit Simla,

on private affairs, may 25. Troup, Hugh, lieutenant; 66th regt. n. i. to be captain of a company from the 21st

jau. 1831, vice P. M. Hay, promoted, june 10. Tweedie, Thomas, surgeon; to be a superintending surgeon on the establishment

vice J. Brown, permanently appointed to the board, june 10.

Vincent, G. F. F. captain ; 8th regt. n. i. leave from 20th april to Ist sept. to re

main at burdwan and the presidency, on private affairs, may 5. Vincent, G. F. F. captain; 8th regt. n. i. to rank from 24 jan. 1831, vice F. V. Ra.

per, promoted, juue 10.

may 20.

may 20.

Webster, W. B. assistant surgeon ; 48th regt. n. i. leave from 16th june to 16th

sept. to visit Blaugulpore, on urgent private affairs, may 31. Welchman, C. W. surgeon ; medical, to rank from 11th may 1831, vice J. Castell

retired, june 10. Weller, Joseph Alexander, 21 lieutenant; engineers, to rank from 12th dec. 1828, Western. James Roger, 2d lieutenant; engineers, to rank from 12th dec. 1828, Whitefoord, J. 2d-lieutenant ; 6th battalion artillery, leave from 1st june to lst aug.

to visit Agra and Muttra, on urgent private affairs, may 25. White, Humphrey Jervis, lieutenant ; 50th regt. n. 1. to be captain of a company

from the 21st june 1830, vice J. Drysdale, retired, may 20. Wilkie, J. major; 8th regt. n. i. to rank from 2d jan. 1831, vice F. V. Raper, pro

moted, june 10. Wilkinson, H. W. J. lieutenant; 6th regt. n. i. appointed to officiate as interpreter

and qnarter master, may 17. Williamson, Francis Alexander, supernumerary lieutenant; brought on the effec

tive strength of the regiment, june 10. Wilmot, Samuel, assistant surgeon; medical department, to rank from 24th july

1830, may 20. Wilson, H. lieutenant; 4th regt. n. i. leave from 1st june to 30th july, to visit be

nares, on private affairs, may 18. Widtour, C. H. lieutenant'; appointed to officiate as interpreter and quarter master

to the 53d regt. n. i., may 25. Worseley, T. lieutenant-colonel ; 33d regt. n. i. leave from 15th april to 1st july, to

rewain at Neemuch on medical certificate, may 6.

THE COMMERCIAL PRICE CURRENT.

CALCUTTA JUNE 18, 1831.

COUNTRY PRODUCE.-Indigo ; Prospects generally favourable.-Cotton ; in very moderate demand, but prices are steady.-- Rice; scarce.--Gram ; stock small and the price very high.-- Sugar ; demand continues to improve, and considerable transactions going forward for the English market.–Saltpetre; in steady enquiry.--Silk ; in exten. sive inquiry.- Shell Lac ; market very heavy. -- Lac Dye ; without enquiry. - Borax ; demand improving: -- Tincal ; dull.-- Opinn; sales have been effected during the week at Sa. Rs. 1810 for Patna, and 1790 to 1795 per Chest for Benares.

EASTERN PRODUCE.-Pepper, in demand, and the market looking up.-Block Tin ; prices have experienced a slight improvement.

EUROPE Goods.- Cotton Piece Goods.-Long Cloths ; the finer qualities are in ex. tensive enquiry.- Chintz ; of good patterns are selling freely.--Lappett Muslins ; of a coarse description are in steady demand.-Metals.- Copper ; considerable sales have been effected during the week of Sheathing, Tile and Togots at our quotations.-Old Copper ; market falling. --Speltre ; a sale of some thousand maunds was made two days ago at Ct. Rs. 5-10 per Factory maund. - Iron, Swedish; prices on the decline.- Eng. lish; market firm.- Lead; looking down.

Freight to London.-25 for Dead Weight and £5.10 to £6-10 for Light Goods

THE DOMESTIC PRICE CURRENT.

CALCUTTA, JUNE 20, 1831.

Meat, (Gosht)-Rather yellow and spongy in general-Beef, Ist sort, scarce - Patna and country Sheep Mutton, Goat Matton Lamb and Kid : prime pieces of these can be had only during the early part of the morning-Fresh Pork, of the 1st quality come to the market every inorning.

RABBITS, (Khurgosh)--come to the bazar every morning.
MUSHROOMS, May be had during the early part of the morning.
Fowls, (Moorghee) ---of the lesser kind somewhat dearer.

FISH, (Mutchlee) -- Mango-Fish, (Tubsah Mutchlee) with Roes, come to the market every morning in great abundance but not in sound condition-Cockup, (Bekhtee) Bonspottah and Kankeelah Fishi, scarce,-Roo-ee, and "Cutlah, plentiful--Baugda and Moclia Prawns, (Burra Chingree) come to the market every niorning.

VEGETABLES (Turkaree)— Asparagus, (Paragras) come to the market every morning. Yong Radish, (Moolee) come to the market every morning--Pulwul, plentiful-Potatoes, (Belatee Aloo) both Batavia and DC. ia abundance-Sweet Potatoes, (Shukurkund Aloo) scarce - Turnips (Shulgh’um), indifferent, a few procurable--Cabbage, (Cobee) small, and indifferent, a few procurable every morning-Punkins, (Kuddoo) plentiful Sweet Piimkins, (Kuddema) plentiful -Water Cresses, (Halim) procurable every morning-Spinpage, scarce-Greens, (Saug) of all kinds, plentiful.

Fruit,(Phull)--Peaches, (Peech Phul) gone out-Jumrools come to the market every morning - Ripe Mangoes, getting scarce, and come to the market every morning Mask. Melons, (Phootee) plentiful-Water-Melons, (Turbooj) rather small, and indifferent--Bull's Heart, (Nona-Attah) scarce-Guavas, Geeaboo) scarce and indifferentKasoor, plentiful - Sagar Canes, (Ook) scarce-Cucumber, (Khetrah) plentiful- Plantains, (Kellau) in perfection - Country Almonds, Desse Badan) plentiful- Papialas, plentiful.

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