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Underwood, J. J., Capt., Eng., to take rank, v. Melbourne.-M. Jan. 8. Underwood, G. A., Senior and 1st Lieutenant, Eng., to be Capt. Sim, v. prom. -M. Jan. 8.
Underwood, J., Surg., to be Cantonment-Surg. at St. Thomas's Mount, v. Mackenzie, on furl.-M. Dec. 28.
Woodward, R. Mr., to be Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate of Belah. -C. Dec. 27.
Wake, W. H., Lieut. and Brev. Captain, to act as Interp. and Quart.-Mast. in absence of Lieut. Wemyss on duty.-C. Dec. 11.
Westmacott, G. E., Lieut. 37th N. I., to be Interp. and Quart.-Mast. v. Smith.
C. Dec. 21.
Warren, C. H., Sen. Ensign 25th N. I., to be Lieut. v. Smith, resigned.
-M. Dec. 28.
Wilson, F. W., Lieut.-Col., rem. from 37th to 38th N. I.-M. Dec. 24.
Wilson, D., Capt. 7th N. I., to be Maj. v. Morgan, prom.-B. Dec. 4.
Wilkinson, W., Mr., to be Collector of Cuttack.-C. Feb. 14.
Webb, N., Esq., to be Post-Master-General.-M. Feb. 1.
Walker, John, Esq., to be Jun.-Deputy-Register to the Court of Foujdarry Udalut.-M. Feb. 1.
Woulf, J., Lient.-Col., rem. from the 26th to the 52d N. I.-M. Jan. 23.
Walker, R. Mr., to be Register of the Zillah Court of Ghazeepore.-C. Jan. 3. Wallace, J., Lieut., 23d Light Inf., to be Post-Master to the Field Force in the
Dooab., v. Wallace, on furl.-M. Jan. 15.
Wallace, J., 45th N. I., on furl. to Belgaum.-M. Jan. 19.
Wilmot, M.. Esq., to be Agent of Government, in the Kandian Prov. of Saffragam, v. Turnour-Ceylon, Jan. 8.
Young, P. B., Cadet, admitted to Inf. and prom, to Ens.-M. Jan. 4.
General Orders by his Excellency the Commander-in-Chief. 'Head-quarters, Choultry Plain, 14th Jan. 1828. THE following Extracts, from the Confirmed Proceedings of a European General Court-Martial, held at Bellary on Thursday the_3d day of January 1828, by virtue of a warrant of authority from his Excellency Lieutenant-General Sir G. T. Walker, G.C.B., and K.C.T.S., Commander-in-Chief, are published to the army.
Lieutenant William Michael Lolly, of the 11th Regiment of Native Infantry, placed in confinement on the following charge:
For being present, aiding and abetting at the wilful murder of Lieutenant James Frazer, of the 11th Regiment Native Infantry, on the 20th of October, 1827.
'By Order of his Excellency the Commander-in-Chief.
Fort St. George, 12th Dec. 1827.'
T. H. S. CONWAY,
Adjutant-Gen. of the Army.
Finding, That the prisoner, Lieutenant William Michael Lolly, of the 11th Regiment Native Infantry, is Not Guilty of the charge preferred against him, and doth therefore acquit him of the same.
JAMES TAYLOR, Lieut.-Col. and President. G. T. WALKER, Commander-in-Chief.
'Lieutenant Lolly is released from arrest, and will return to his duty forthwith.'
Ainsley, the lady of Wm., Esq., of a son, at Calcutta, Jan. 17.
Swinton, the lady of Lieut.-Col., of a daughter, at Barrackpore, Jan. 16.
Wright, the lady of Lieut. and Adj. G., of a daughter, at Vellore, Dec. 11.
Bogaardt, F. D., Esq., Netherland Majesty's Civ. Serv., to Diana Lavinia, youngest daughter of the late Col. T. T. Basset, Hon. Company's Service, at Chandernagore, Dec. 10.
Booker, Lieut., Artill., to Helena, youngest daughter of the late Major Arata, of his Majesty's service, at Madras, Jan. 28.
Goodenough, Edmund, Ens., 35th M. N. I., to Sophia Harriette, youngest daugh
ter of Lieut.-Col. Andrie, at Madras, Jan. 14.
Helsdinger, W. V., Esq., to Miss E. C., Michel, second daughter of Capt. Michel, at Chinsurah, Feb. 5.
Josephus, Jacobus, Esq., to Miss J. Mathews, only daughter of the late Capt. L. Mathews, at Bengal, Feb. 12.
Lightfoot, S., St. Ledger, Assist.-Surg., 47th Foot, to Louisa Harriette, second daughter of C. Corfield, Esq., Knowle Lodge, Taunton, at Berhampore, Feb. 15.
Oldfield, H. S., Esq., to Letitia, eldest daughter of the late Col. R. Scott, Beng. Serv., at Calcutta, Dec. 28.
Stewart, Allen, Esq., Capt., 89th Foot, to Rebecca Amelia, daughter of H. N. Watson, Esq., of Charlton House, near Dover, Kent, at Madras, Jan. 9. Swinhoe, R., Esq., to Caroline, third daughter of the late Major Anderson, 19th Foot, at Calcutta, Feb. 18.
Wallace, James, Lieut. 23d L. Inf., Mad. Army, 3d son of J. Wallace, Esq., Mad. Civ. Serv., to Ann Frances, second daughter of the late Daniel O'Flaherty, Esq., Surg. 45th Foot, at Belgaum, Jan. 17.
Barbauld, Cornelia, youngest daughter of Capt., 54th Foot, at Cannanore, Dec. 20.
Clay, Charles Henry, only son of C. H. Clay, Esq., Madras, Jan. 4.
Gordon, the Rev. John, Missionary, aged 49, Madras, Jan. 16.
Gardner, Allan, Esq., eldest son of Col. Gardner, of Gardner's Horse, at Khapgunge, Jan. 30.
Harris, Henry, Esq., Assist. Civil Surgeon at Dacca, Jan. 10.
Mackay, Jane, M. L., relict of the late E. Mackay, Esq., Mad. Serv., at Pondicherry, Jan. 26.
Manuk, Mrs. C. M., relict of the late M. Mannk, Esq., at Bengal, Feb. 10. Robertson, Colin Chas. Forbes, third son of C. R., Esq., of York-place, London, aged 22 years, at Bombay, Dec. 8.
Robertson, C. J. J., Esq., at Calcutta, Jan. 5.
Skipton, T. K., Lieut., 10th Light Cav., at Meerut, Dec. 21.
Wiggins, C., Lieut., (late of the Horse Artill.) aged 25, at Chowringhee, Jan. 1.
Port of Arrival.
June 4 Holyhead..
June 5 Isle of Wight
ARRIVALS FROM EASTERN PORTS.
Jan. 19 Madras
Portsmouth Poole Portsmouth Cowes Downs June 23 Downs June 23 Downs
Port of Arrival.
Commander. Place of Depart. Date. 1827-8.
Kendrew .. South Seas
V. D. Land
Bengal Feb. 6
ARRIVALS IN EASTERN PORTS.
Port of Depart,
M'Callum .. London .. Brown .. Liverpool
Port of Arrival,
Port of Depart.
June 3 Shields
Liverpool Liverpool Portsmouth
June 23 June 24
Calcutta Lady Gordon Wood Lark Nereus Zenobia
Eagle Esther John Taylor Bengal Rockingham Campe Bella Colombia
James and Thomas
Maughan Henning Murphy Tait
Worthington Freeman Dunn Green Bragg Palmer Strachan
GENERAL LIST OF PASSENGERS.
By the St. David, from Bombay:-Lieut. Inglesden, Hon. Comp.'s Marine; Ens. Gray, 41st Foot; Mr. and Mrs. Guttie, and child.
By the Persian, from Van Dieman's Land :-Capt. Jubb, 40th regt. ; Drs. Jas. Barnes, and Jas. Paton, R. N.; Mr. and Mrs. Williams; Mr. Farquharson, and two children; Mr. J. H. Lyons, of Artill.; J. Adams, and wife; James Baker, seventeen invalids, two women, and three children.
By the Governor Ready, from New South Wales :-Dr. Wilson, R.N.; Messrs. Cooper, Smith, Foster, Goode, and Goodwin; Mesdames Cooper, and one child, Telfavo, and two children; Master Chas. Stavely; two servants.
By the John Dun, from the Mauritius :-Capt. M'Donald, Artill.
By the Windsor, from China :-Mr. Jas. Walker, late 3d officer of the Farquharson.
By the Scaleby Castle, from China :-Capt. Ralfe, Bengal Artill.; Messrs. G. Zowell and J. Henries; Mesdames Smitli, Clubley, and Reardy, (servant to Mr. Clubley.)
By the Childe Harold, from Bengal and Madras:-Lieut.-Col. M. Walker; Capts. F. Fuller, 59th Foot, G. H. Johnson, Bengal N. I., and J. Grave, 46th Foot; Lieuts. Hopper, Madras Eur. regt. (died at sea,) Presscott, Madras N. I., Kirbly, Madras N. I., and Wall, 59th Foot; Ens. Smith, Madras N. I., J. P. Stonehouse, Madras Civ. Serv., and W. H. Parry, Esq., Madras Civ. Serv.; Messrs. George Smith, Assist. -Surg., Bengal N. I., and Bellingham, Civilian Mesdames Capt. Fuller, Stonehouse, Sutherland, and Hennessey, (servant ;) Misses Fuller, Stonehouse, two Grants, Sutherland, and Cuppage; Masters Stonehouse, Kirby, Edwin Edwin, (servant,) and six servants.
By the Lady Flora, from Bengal:-Cols. King, 16th Lancers, Cock, 12th N. I., and Price, 11th N. I.; Majors R. Martin, 10th N. I., and H. Cock; Capts. Talbot, R. N., and Manners, 59th Foot; Licuts. Dundas, 4th N. I., and Kelly, 15th N. I., (died at sea;) Messrs. F. Low, Civ. Serv., Phipps, and Hornet; Masters C. King, Low, and W. D. Bishop Mesdames King and Lowther; Misses Hessing, Brightman, E. M. L. Gwatkin, H. J. Gwatkin, C. S. Bishop, J. J. Nicholson, and three Kings.
By the Vansittart, from China :-Lieut.-Col. Barnes, Bengal N. I.; J. Deanes, Esq.. and lady, (from Batavia.)
By the Wellington, from Madras :-Col. Rob. Scott, (C. B.); Lieut.-Col. F. King; Capts. Legett, 3d N. I.; Law Engineers, Nottidge, 12th N. I. and Winbolt; Lieuts. G. Arbuthnot and G. Gregory, 3d reg. Cav., and Rudd., 37th N. I.; Ensigns Budd, 3d N. I., and Littlehales, 52d N. I.; Joseph Clulow and Edw. Griffiths, Esqus.; Masters Moorat, J. Watson, Henry Thomson, John Thomson, J. T. Howell; Mrs. Mary Ann M'Mahon, in charge of Misses Elena, Charlotte, and Sophia Moore, and Charlotte Howell; 4 male servants.
By the Atlas, from China and the Cape:-Gen. Walker, late Governor of St. Helena, and lady; Col. Kinnaird, St. Helena Artillery; Major Cameron (left at the Cape); Messrs. William and James Walker; Welch (Tutor); Masters John Lindsay and Wm. Fraser; Mesdames M'Nab and Ackland from the Cape, and