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Ramsay Drinkwater Bethune, C.B., to be Rear-Admiral of the White.

Captain William Hargood, Captain Sir Thomas Raikes Trigge Thompson, Bart., to be Rear-Admirals on the Reserved Half-pay List.

Captain Robert Smart, K.H., to be Rear-Admiral of the Blue.

Captain William Robertson, on the Retired List, has also been promoted to be a retired Rear-Admiral on the terms proposed in the London Gazette of September 1,1846, without increase of pay.

PROMOTIONS.

Commander — Joseph M. Mottley (1843) to be Captain.

Lieutenants—J. H. Bairdto be Commander; T. B. Christopher and A. Royer to be Commanders on the Reserved List.

Second Master—C. G. Johnston confirmed to Master.

APPOINTMENTS.

Captains—R. B. Watson, C.B., to "Chesapeake;" Claude H. M. Buckle, C.B. (1845; to "Chesapeake;" Michael De Courcy (1852) to "Pylades j" Fredk. Beauchamp P. Seymour (1854) to "Pelorus."

Commanders—Jn. Seccombe to " Vulcan;" Francis Marten (1854) to " Roebuck;" Patrick C. C. M'Dougall (1856) to " Mohawk;" John C. Byng (1856) to "Sparrowhawk;" Hugh T. Burgoyne (1856) to "Ganges;" C. M.Aynsley to "Assurance;" E. R. Power to" Geyser;" Henry C. Harston (1845) to "St. Vincent."

Lieutenants—W. F. Wentworth to Greenwich Hospital; G. R. Miall to "Mohawk;" G. F. Parker to " Ganges;" W. A. Cambier to" Princess Charlotte;" P. Blackiston (1854) to "Excellent;" H. B. Phillimore (1854) to " Ganges;" J. M. Jackson to " Impregnable;" H. S. Hamilton to " Ganges;" W. Stone to "Leopard;" George Borlase to "Vulcan ;" E. Mansell to command " Lizard;" Charles D. Saunders (1856) to "Excellent;" E. C. Symons, W. F. Ruxton, C. Woodman, and G. Parsons to " Chesapeake;" G. H. Parkin and E. Garforth to " Pelorus;" W. T. Mudge and C. A. Paget to "Pylades;" H. T. Cleaveland to " Assurance;" G. D. Duff to "Sparrowhawk;" W. G. England and P. Luxmore to " Roebuck;" and C. Bush to " Mohawk."

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ance;" G. Bruce and J. Harvey to "Victory;" J. Juylis to " Roebuck;" J. Silverlock to " Sparrowhawk."

Assistant Clerks—Edward B. Pillons to " Vulcan;" H. Kooystra to " Atholl;" H. Lary to " Boscawen;" R. L. Harris to " Ganges;" C. R. Rodham to "Ajax;" J. N. Cobborne to " Mmander;" W. A. Martin to "St. Vincent."

Acting Second Master—Silas Vicary to " Vulcan."

Midshipmen—W. H. M. Molyneux, H. lzod, J. B. K. Tynte, J. Houghton, G. Parish, Viscount Marsham, J. Eliot, E. Bradshaw, W. F. Wheatley, Augustus B. C. Booth to " Ganges;" A. Anderson, W. C. Shuckburgh, G. H. F. Boves, and T. Howes to "Pylades ;" E. B. Wadlow, K. Kerr, C. A. G. Bridges, and B. S. Hamilton, to " Pelorus;" C.

B. Charlewood to "Ganges;" H. G.
Audoc and H. B. Creagh to " Devasta-
tion;" W. E. S. Brome to "Leopard;"
W. Bell to " Hastings."

Naval Cadets—J. R. Marsden and

C. R. Smith to "Boscawen;" J. G. Jones to "Ganges;" C. H. Taylor to "Devastation;" M. R. M. Griffiths, C. B. P. Kelso, and G. H. Lawson, to "Pylades;" G. H. Borton, W. E. Garnett, and John Anderson, to " Pelorus;" E. Hotham and W. B. M'Hardy to "Ganges."

Masters' Assistants—W. J. Taylor to "Hastings;" F. Taylor to " Boscawen."

COAST GUARD.

APPOISIMENTS.

Commanders—Gabriel Johnston, R.N., has been appointed to Wadebridge Division; William L. Partridge, R.N., to Wexford Division; G. Johnson, R.N., to a Division.

Master, R.N.—Benjamin J. Hooper to command Downderry Station.

Mr. Francis B. Henwood, Master, and Mr. Elijah J. Kemp, Master, R.N., to command stations. Mr. Francis B. Henwood, Master, R.N., has been appointed to command Studland Bay Station.

REMOVALS.

Lieutenant—Spencer Maryon Wilson, R.N., from Hunstanton to Brancaster.

Master, R.N.—Mr. Henry D. Burney from Studland to Challaboro'.

Commander—Patk. Campbell, R.N., from Wexford to Clifden.

Mr. Robert McMasters, Chief Officer, from Swallow ClifftoKillough. Mr. Edward Fennings, Chief Officer, from Stosyth Tower, to Newton, vice Mr. Greig.

ARMY.

THE MILITIA GAZETTE.

South Nottinghamshire Yeomanry Cavalry—Cornet Francis George Rawson to be Lieutenant, vice Hildyard, resigned; Francis Sntton, late Captain Royal Horse Guards, to be Cornet, vice Rawson, promoted.

Royal Lancashire Artillery—Captain and Brevet Major George Hall to be Major, vice Atchison, promoted; First Lieutenant William Graham Furnivall to be Captain, vice Hall, promoted; Second Lieut. Alexander McCandie Campbell to be First Lieutenant, vice Furnivall, promoted.

Kent Artillery — Robert Alured Denne, Gent., late of the Royal Navy, to be Second Lieut., vice Stannard, promoted.

Queen's Own Yeomanry Cavalry— Assistant Surgeon John Good to be Surgeon, vice Buckland, resigned; George Williamson Daniell, Gent., to be Assistant Surgeon, vice Good, promoted.

WAR OFFICE, June 80.

2nd Dragoon Guards — Captain Thomas Barrett, from the 14th Light Dragoons, to be Captain, without purchase; Lieutenant Alfred Stowell Jones, from the 9th Light Dragoons, to be Lieutenant, vice Rich, whose appointment, as stated in the Gazette of the 16th of June, 1857, has been cancelled; Lieutenant James Goldie, from the 9th Light Dragoons, to be Lieutenant, vice Willis, whose appointment, as stated in the Gazette of the 10th of June, 1857, has been cancelled; Gentleman Cadet Harvey John de Montmorency, from the Royal Military College, to be Cornet, without purchase.

3rd Dragoon Guards—Lieutenant Alfred Henderson White, from the 6th Dragoons, to be Lieutenant, vice Thesiger, whose appointment, as stated in the Gazette of the 16th of June, 1857, has been cancelled; Edward Maunder, Gent., to be Cornet, by purchase.

4th Light Dragoons—Cornet William Chaine, jun., to be Lieutenant, by purchase, vice Winstanlcy, who retires; Ensign Frank Hodgkinson, from the 72nd Foot, to be Cornet, paying the difference, vice Fyfe, who has resigned; Arthur Watson De Capell Brooke ,Gent., to be Cornet, by purchase, vice Chaine.

6th Dragoons—Lieutenant Charles Wemyss Thesiger, from the 14th Light Dragoons, to be Lieutenant, vice A. H. White, appointed to the 3rd Dragoon Guards.

9th Light Dragoons — Lieutenant William Hamilton to be Captain, without purchase, vice Brevet LieutenantColonel Pratt.

Royal Artillery—The commissions, with temporary rank, of the undermentioned Officers have been cancelled:— Lieutenant James Colquhoun, Lieut. Nathaniel William Oliver Townsend.

The surname of the Lieutenant appointed on the 15th of May, 1857, in the GazetU of the 2nd inst., is "Bonnor," and not " Bonner," as previously stated.

The second Christian name of Lieut. Bowen is " Rice." and not" Price," as stated in the Gazette of the 2nd inst.

Grenadier Guards—William Robert Gamnl Farmer, Gent., to be Ensign and Lieutenant, by purchase, vice Sir Edmund Filmer, Bart., who retires.

13th Foot—Ensign Thomas McNeille Gill to be Lieutenant, without purchase, vice J. P. Miller, deceased.

14th—Lieut. Charles Costin to be Instructor of Musketry.

18th—Gentleman Cadet William Albert Le Mottee, from the Royal Military College, to be Ensign, without purchase, vice Motherwell, who was superseded, being absent without leave; Gentleman Cadet Malcolm John Robert Macgregor, from the Royal Military College, to be Ensign, without purchase, vice Hutchings, who has resigned.

20th—Lieutenant Herbert Burrows Adcook, from.the 79th Foot,to be Lieut., vice Wimberlev who exchanges.

25th—Ensign Gerald Fitzgerald to be Lieutenant, by purchase, vice Poyntz, who retires; Louis Jones Lambert, Gent., to be Ensign, by purchase, vice Fitzgerald.

33rd—Ensign John E. F. Aylmer to be Instructor of Musketry.

37th—Ensign Samuel Hawkes to be Instructor of Musketry.

05th—Ensign Henry Stratton Bates to be Lieutenant, by purchase, vice Servantes, who retires.

69th — Lieutenant Robert Aufrtre Leggett to be Captain, by purchase, vice Fenwick, promoted; Ensign H. C. De la Poer Beresford to be Lieutenant, by purchase, vice Leggett; Frederick Hotliam Dyke, Gent., to be Ensign, by purchase, vice Beresford; Lieutenant Ceorge Ernest Bulger to be Inspector of Musketry.

77th—Ensign John Henry Blakeney fa as been permitted to resign his commission.

79th—Lieutenant Douglas Wiraberiey, from the 20th Foot, to be Lieut., vice Adcock, wbo exchanges.

82nd — Assistant Surgeon William Henry Muschamp, from the Static to be Assistant Surgeon, vice Jacob, who resigns.

flsth—Ensign Eustace Cay to be Lieutenant, by purchase, vice Rekl, promoted, without purchase, to an Unattached Company; Thomas Thomson Simpson, Gent., to be Ensign by purchase, vice Cay.

99th—Lieutenant John Bennett Williams to be Captain, by purchase, vice Isdell, who retires; Ensign Thomas Lowrie Grenville to be Lieutenant, by purchase, vice Williams.

2nd West India Regiment—Ensign Charles T. Edwards to be Lieutenant, without purchase, vice Grigg, appointed to the 5.r,th Foot; Ensign Edward Thomas Oldfield to be Lieutenant, by purchase, vice Carvel], who has retired; Ensign John Bellamy to be Lieutenant, by purchase, vice Lye, who has retired.

To be Ensigns, by purchase—Arthur James 1'lunkett, Gent., vice Edwards; Francis Adam Knapp, Gent., vice Oldfield; Ernest Lewis, Gent, vice Bellamy.

3rd West India Regiment—Captain Richard Hussey Vivian, from Half Pay 14th Foot, to be Captain, vice Waddell, who exchanges.

Unattached.—Brevet Major Donald A. G. Darroch, from Adjutant of a Depot Battalion, to be Major without purchase; Lieutenant Charles Steele, from the 15th Light Dragoons, to be Captain, by purchase.

Brevet.—Colonel Duncan Alexander Cameron, C.B., Half Pay 42nd Foot, to have the temporary rank of Major General while acting as Vice President to the Council of Army Education. Brevet Lieutenant Colonel James Kennard Pipon, Half Pay, 68th Foot, Assistant Adjutant General to the Forces, having completed three years' actual Service in the rank of Lieut. Colonel on the 20th of June, 1857, to be promoted to be Colonel in the Army, under the Royal Warrant of October 6, 1854.

The undermentioned Officers, having completed three years' actual service in the rank of Lieutenant Colonel, to be Colonels in the Army, under the Royal Warrant of the 3rd of November, 1854: —Lieut. Col. William Harrison Askwith. Royal Artillery; Lieut. Col. Franklin Dunlop, Royal Artillery; Lieut. Col. Charles James Dalton, Royal Artillery; Lieut. Col. Hugh Manley Tuite, Royal Artillery; Lieut. Col. Frederick Maron Eardley Wilmot, Royal Artillery; Lieut. Col. William E. Delves Broughton, Royal Engineers; Lieut. Col. Richard John Nelson, Royal Engineers; Lieut. Col. George Burgmann, Royal Engineers.

The undermentioned Cadets of the East India Company's Service to have the local and temporary rank of Ensign during the period of their being placed under the command of Col. Sandham, of the Royal Engineers, at Chatham, for field instruction in the art of sapping and mining:— Keith Alexander Jobb, Gent.; Henry Ravenshaw Thuillier, Gent.; Alexander John William Gumming, Gent.; Thomas Claridge Manderson, Gent.; Alexander Francis Baillie, Gent.

For "Captain Robert Playne, 25th Regiment Bombay Native Infantry, to be Major in the Army," as stated in the Gazette of the 10th of June, read " Capt Robert Phayre," 4c

Memorandum—Captain Ernest Randolph Mackesy, upon Half Pay of the 97 th Foot, has been permitted to retire from the Service by the sale of his commission, he being about to become a settler in New Zealand.

THE MILITIA GAZETTE. King's Own Light Infantry — Wellington White, Gent., to be Quartermaster.

Stirlingshire, A-c, Highland Borderers — James Hollis Gent., to be Quartermaster.

2nd Royal Cheshire—George West Barnes, Gent, to be Ensign, vice John Smart Evans, resigned.

Royal Glamorgan Artillery — Joseph Morley Dennis, Gent, to be Lieutenant; Robert William Acheson Sortis, Gent, to be Lieutenant

WAR OFFICE, Jcly 7. 3rd Dragoon Guards—The removal of Cornet William Richard Corballia from the 16th Light Dragoons, as stated

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in the Gazette of the I9th of June, 1857, has been cancelled. Cornet Burton J. Daveneny, from the 5th Dragoon Guards, to be Cornet.

7th Dragoon Guards—Robert Stevrart Oleland, Gent., to be Cornet, by purchase, in succession to Lieut. Costello, promoted.

Royal Artillery—Second Capt. Lambert Henry Denne, to be Adjutant, vice Farmer, who resigns the Adjutancy only.

The undermentioned Assistant Surgeons, from the Hospital Staff, to be Assistant Surgeons: — Assistant Surgeon James Homidge Ffnnemore, Assistant Surgeon Jeffery Allen Marston, M.D.,Assistant Surgeon Stephen Henry Dickerson, Assistant Surgeon Alfred Joseph Lumbey Hepworth, Assistant Surgeon William Fletcher, Assistant Surgeon Francis Hyde Forshall.

28th Foot—Ensign Edward Brett to be Instructor of Musketry; Lieutenant Henry Thackwray has been permitted to resign his commission.

32nd—Ensign John Garforth, from the 46th Foot, to be ensign, without purchase, in succession to Lieutenant Rudman, promoted to an Unattached Company.

38th—Ensign John Mayo to be Lieut, without purchase, vice Robert Charles Franks, who resigns.

47th—Ensign GeorgePigott has been permitted to resign his commission.

48th—Captain Francis Constantine Trent, from Half Pay 48th Foot, to be Captain, vice Brevet Major Cam Sykes, whose Brevet rank has been converted into substantive rank under the Royal Warrant of the 9th of October, 1^54.

00th—Captain the Hon. John Colborne, from Half Pay 77th Foot, to be Captain, vice St. John, who exchanges.

85th—The second Christian name of Ensign Frederick A'Court, appointed from Gentleman Cadet, Royal Military College, on the 19th of June, 1857, is "Holmes."

91st—Charles Holloway, Gent., to be Ensign, by purchase, vice Blackall, who retires.

95th—Ensign Alexander Fawcett to be Lieutenant, without purchase, vice James G. Johnson, who resigns.

9flth—Ensign J. Alexander Browning to be Lieutenant, by purchase, vice Day, who retires.

99th—Henry Richmond Sayce, Gent., to be Ensign, by purchase, vice Grenville, promoted.

Unattached. — Brevet Major Cam Sykes, of the 48th Foot, to have his Brevet rank converted into Substantive rank, under the Royal Warrant of the 6th of October, 1854.

Brevet.—Lieutenant Colonel Robert N. Philips, of the Provisional Depot Battalion at Chatham,having completed three years actual service m the rank of Lieutenant Colonel on the 1st of June, 1857, to be Colonel in the Army, under the Royal Warrant of Oct. 6,1854.

Lieutenant Colonel John Henry Franekly, of the Royal Artillery, having completed three years actual service in the rank of Lieutenant Colonel on the 28th of June, 1857, to be Colonel in the Army, under the Royal Warrant of November 3,1854.

THE MILITIA GAZETTE.

Northumberland Artillery— Charles Clementson, Esq., to be Major.

Ross, Caithness, Sutherland, and Cromarty—John Calder, Gent., to be Ensign, vice Smith, promoted.

3rd Royal Surrey—Lamorock Flower, Gent., to be Ensign.

(This Appointment is substituted for that which appeared in the Gazette of the 30th of June.)

Royal Glamorgan Artillery — Robert William Acheson Shortis, Gent., to be Lieutenant.

2nd Derby Rifles—Ensign Thomas John Poyser, resigned; Ensign John Frederick Hort, resigned.

WAR OFFICE, July 14.

3rd Dragoon Guards — Gentleman Cadet Joseph William Fitzgerald, from the Royal Military College, to be Cornet, without purchase.

4th Dragoon Guards—Lieut. Robert Rintoul, from the 12th Light Dragoons, to be Lieutenant, vice Goldie, who exchanges.

12th Light Dragoons — Lieutenant William Clefden Goldie, from the 4th Dragoon Guards, to be Lieutenant, vice Rintoul, who exchanges.

Military Train—Lieutenant George Alleyne Rogers to be Captain, without purchase, vice Braybrooke, who retires; Ensign John Wm. Beatty to be Lieu tenant, without purchase, vice Rogers; George John Charles Whittington, Gent., to be Ensign, by purchase, vice Beatty.

The name of the Paymaster appointed on the 1st of April, 1857, in the Ga

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