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zette of the 29th of May, 1857, is Obe Willans, and not Obe Williams, as previously stated.

1st Foot—Assistant Surgeon John Wild Hulseburg, from the 8th Light Dragoons, to be Assistant Surgeon. 19th—Assistant Surgeon James Castor Smith, from the Staff, to be Assistant Surgeon.

25th—Lieutenant Francis Kegan Cox to be Captain, by purchase, vice Pretyrmiri, who retires; Ensign Horatio Bland to be Lieutenant, by purchase, vice Cox; Nathaniel Chrichlow Ramsay, Gent., to be Ensign, by purchase, vice Bland.

3Sth— Assistant Surgeon Thomas Wright, from the 20th Foot, to be Assistant Surgeon.

43rd—Lieut. Vere Fane has been permitted to assume and use the name of " Benett," in lieu of that of his present surname of Fane.

46th — Richard Fletcher Armytage Howorth, Gent., to be Ensign, by purchase, vice Garibrth, appointed to tho 32nd Foot.

55th—Lieut, and Adjutant Henry Burke, to be Paymaster, vice Lys, who resigns; Lieutenant Francis Williams to be Adjutant, vice Burke, appointed Paymaster.

59th—Lieutenant William Hamilton Thompson to be Captain, without purchase, vice Tom, deceased; Ensign Francis Kington Statham, to be Lieutenant without purchase, vice Thompson.

63rd — Captain William Rainforth, from Half-pay Unatt,, to be Captain, repaying the difference, vice Bouverie, deceased; Lieutenant Charles Augustus Hand to be Captain, by purchase, vice Rainforth, who retires; Ensign De Lancey R. Anderson to be Lieutenant, by purchase, vice Hand; Ashley George Westby, Gent., to be Ensign, by purchase, vice Anderson.

69tli—Ensign Robt Boucher Clarke to be Lieutenant, by purchase, vice Malton, who retires; George Edward Brace, Gent., to be Ensign, by purchase, vice Clarke.

79th—To be Assistant Surgeons— Assistant Surgeon Edmund Hamphrey Roberts, from the 72nd Foot; Assistant Surgeon Patrick Kilgour, from the 51st Foot, vice Bell, appointed to the 93rd Foot.

1st West India Regiment—Ensign Arthur William C. Nowlan to be Lieu

tenant, without purchase, vice Gosling, who resigns.

3rd West India Regiment—Ensign Robert Eckford to be Lieutenant, by purchase, vice M'Curdy, promoted; John Robert Mather, Gent., to be Ensign, by purchase, vice Eckford.

Depot Battalion — Captain John Martley, from Half-pay 56th Foot, to be Adjutant, vice Brevet Major D. A. G. Darrock, promoted without purchase to an Unattached Majority. The exchange between Lieut.-Colonel the Hon. R. A. G. Dalzell, upon Half-pay of a Depot Battalion, and Brevet Col. John T. Hill, which appeared in the Gazette of the 5th of June, 1857, has been cancelled.

Hospital Staff — Staff Assistant Surgeon Charles Buckley has been permitted to resign his commission.

Brevet—Brevet Lieutenant-Colonel George Thurles Finucane, retired Fullpay as Major, to be Colonel in the Army, the rank being honorary only; Captain William Rainforth, 63rd Foot, to be Major in the Army; Brevet Major William Rainforth, 63rd Foot, to be Lieut.-Colonel in the Army.

Unattached — Lieut. David Reid, from the 61st Foot, to be Captain without purchase.

Memorandum — Brevet Lieut. - Col. George Thurles Finucane, Major upon Half-pay Unattached, has been permitted to retire upon Full-pay as Major.

WAR OFFICE, July 17.

89th—Major-General Chas. George James Arbuthnot to be Colonel, vice General Sir Charles Bulkeley Egerton, G.C.M.G., deceased, July 9.

2nd Life Guards—Cornet and SubLieutenant Henry John Lloyd Wynne to be Lieutenant, by purchase, vice Townsend, who retires.

2nd Dragoon Guards—The surname of the Lieutenant-Colonel promoted on the 16th June, 1857, is Brisco, and not Briscoe, as previously stated.

6th Dragoon Guards — Lieutenant Henry John Wilkin, from the 11th Light Dragoons, to be Lieutenant,vice Shells, who exchanges.

2nd Dragoons—Lieutenant Duncan M'Neill to be Captain, by purchase, vice Sir G. F. Hampson, Bart.., who retires; Ensign William G. Blake, from the 89th Foot, to be Cornet, paying the difference, vice Armstrong, who exchanges; Francis Lamb Philp, Gent., to be Cornet, by purchase, in succession to Lieutenant M'Neill.

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PROMOTIONS AND APPOINTMENTS.

•itli Light Dragoons—Assistant Surgeon William Carte, from the Staff, to be Assistant Surgeon, vice Cullen, appointed to the Rifle Brigade.

7th Light Dragoons—Lieut. Charles Francis Gregg, from Half pay as Paymaster of a Depot Battalion, to be Paymaster, vice Barton, who retires upon Half-pay as Captain.

11th Light Dragoons—Lieutenant Frederick Shells,from the 6th Dragoon Guards, to be Lieutenant, vice Wilkin, who exchanges.

15th Light Dragoons—Cornet Henry B. Wright to be Lieutenant, by purchase, vice Steele, promoted to an Unattached Company; Arthur Randolph Mullings, Gent., to be Cornet, by purchase, vice Wright.

Royal Artillery—Lieutenant Richard Roynon Jones to be Second Captain, vice Parkin, who retires, upon Halfpay, July 6.

Gentlemen Cadets to be Lieutenants —Arthur Harness, June 23; Eugene Hay Cameron, June 23; Henry de Stuteville Isaacson, June 23; Henry Cole Magennis, June 23.

Corps of Royal Engineers—Gentlemen Cadets to be Lieutenants—Alex. Charles Hamilton, June 23; Harry Parnell Cole, June 23; Baynard Clarke Cochrane, June 23.

Grenadier Foot Guards—Lieut.-Col. the Hon. Robert Alex. George Dalzell, C.B., from Half-pay of a Provisional Depot Battalion, to be Captain and Lieut.-Colonel, vice Brevet Colonel the Hon. George Cadogan, C.B., who exchanges; Lieutenant and Captain Chas. Wilson Randolph, to be Captain and Lieut.-Colonel, by purchase, vice the Hon. R. A. G. Dalzell, C.B., who retires; Ensign and Lieutenant William Lewis Stuckley Buck to be Lieutenant and Captain, by purchase, vice Morant, who retires; Ensign and Lieutenant Edward Henry Clive to be Lieutenant and Captain, by purchase, vice Randolph; Thomas Ferdinand Fairfax, Gent., to be Ensign and Lieutenant, by purchase, vice Buck.

15th Foot—Ensign Henry P. Shafto Orde to be Lieutenant, by purchase, vice Mortimer, who retires.

19th—Lieut-Colonel George Valentine Mundy, C.B., from Half-pay 93rd Foot, to be Lieutenant-Colonel.

25th—Major Andrew Pitcairn, from

the 42nd Foot, to be Major, vice Priestley, who exchanges.

28th — Lieutenant Daniel Antoine Baby, from the 98th Foot, to be Captain, by purchase, vice Garstin, who retires; Lieutenant William E. Harness, from the 94th Foot to be Lieutenant, vice Collum, who exchanges.

29th — Ensign William Montague Cochrane, from the 89th Foot, to be Ensign, vice Mitchell, who exchanges.

31st—Lieutenant Arthur Trefusis Jones to be Instructor of Musketry, June 27.

38th—Lieutenant-Colonel Thomas Conyngham Kelly, from Half-pay 31st Foot, to be Lieutenant-Colonel.

39th—Lieutenant William Gammell to be Captain, by purchase, vice Adams, who retires; Ensign Charles Hereford to be Lieutenant, by purchase, vice Gammell.

42nd—Major Edw. Ramsden Priestley, from the 25th Foot, to be Major, vice Pitcairn, who exchanges.

46th—Lieutenant William Thomas Waldy to be Captain, by purchase, vice Lyons, who retires.

47th—Lieut. Ernest Peake Newman to be Instructor of Musketry, vice Brevet Major Elgee, who has resigned the appointment, June 17.

52nd—Surgeon Andw. Acres Stoney, from the 94th Foot to be Surgeon, vice Cowan, who exchanges.

54th — Lieutenant Charles Cullen Maunsell to be Captain, by purchase, vice Powell, who retires; Ensign Win. Kerr Grey to be Lieutenant, by purchase, vice Maunsell.

55th—Ensign Thomas Dunn to be Instructor of Musketry, June 8.

67th—Ensign Thomas Dawson to be Lieutenant, by purchase, rice Welland, who retires; Gentleman Cadet Charles William Creyke, from the Royal Military College, to be Ensign, without purchase, vice Dawson.

76th—Lieut.-Colonel William Blet- terman Caldwell, from Unattached, to be Lieut.-Colonel, rice Brevet Colonel Clarke, who exchanges; Major and Brevet Lieut-Colonel Robeit Clifford Lloyd to be Lieut-Colonel, by purchase, vice Caldwell, who retires; Captain and Brevet Lieut-Colonel George Frederick Cooper Scott, to be Major, by purchase, vice Lloyd; Lieutenant John William Preston, to be Captain, by purchase, vice Scott; Ensign George Edward Corrance to be Lieutenant, by purchase, vice Preston; Alexander Jason Hassard, Gent., to be Ensign, by puichase, vice Corrance.

77th—Lieutenant Humphrey Mungal Lamont Colquhoun to be Captain, by purchase, vice Chawner, who retires.

79th—Lieut.-Colonel Richard C. H. Taylor, C.B., from a Provisional Depot Battalion, to be Lieut-Colonel; Captain Thomas Bromhead Butt to be Major by purchase, vice Brevet Lieut. Colonel Clephane, who retires; Lieut. Donald M'Donald to be Captain, by purchase, vice Butt

87th—Lieutenant John Hallowes to be Captain, by purchase, vice Robertson, who retires; Second Lieutenant Walter Carr Mackinnon, to be Lieutenant, by purchase, vice Hflllowes.

88th—Capt. Lewis John Fillis Jones, from Half-pay, 7th Foot, to be Captain, vice Bereslord, who exchanges.

89th—Ensign Robert Bulkeley Bald win to be Lieutenant, by purchase, vice Parsons, who retires; Cornet Jas. J. Armstrong, from the 2nd Dragoons, to be Ensign, receiving the difference, vice Blake, who exchanges: Ensign Thomas Stanley Mitchell, from the 29th Foot to be Ensign, vice Cochrane, who exchanges.

91th — Lieutenant William Collum, from the 28th Foot, to be Lieutenant, vice Harness, who exchanges; Surgeon Thomas Cowan, M.D., from the 52nd Foot, to be Surgeon, vice Stoney, who exchanges.

1st West India Regiment—William Ormsby, Gent,, to be Ensign, without purchase, vice Nowlan, promoted.

2nd West India Regiment—Lieutenant Richard Henry Wi lcocks, from the 64th Foot, to be Captain, by purchase, vice Rookes, who retires; Lieut. Rokeby Steele Wilkinson Jones to be Adjutant, vice Carvell, who has retired.

Brevet—Lieut-General Sir Colin Campbell, G.C.B., to have the local rank of General in the East Indies, July 11. The undermentioned Officers of the Royal Artillery having completed three years' actual service in the rank of Lieutenant-Colonel, to be Colonels in the Army, under the Royal Warrant of 3rd November, 1854, viz.:—Lieut.Colonel Robt. Fitzgerald Crawford, May 17; and Lieut.-Colonel Francis Dick, June 20. The undermentioned promotions to take place consequent on the death of the following Officers :— Major-General the Hon. George Anson, Colonel of the 55th Foot, General and

Commander-in Chief in theEastlndies, died May 27 ; Lieut.-General Sir Wm. Lewis Herries, C.B., Colonel of the 08th Foot, died June 3.

To have the rank of Major-General — Brevet Colonel T. R. Swinburne, upon Half-pay as Major Unattached, June 4; Brevet Colonel George Whichcote, upon Half-pay as Major Unatt, June 4; Brevet Colonel James Arthur Butler, upon Half-pay as Major Unattached, June 4.

To be Major-General—Brevet Col. Thomas Henry Johnston, from Halfpay 70th Foot, June 4.

To be Colonel—Brevet Lieut.-Col. the Hon. Arthur C. Legge, upon Halfpay as Captain Unattached, June 4.

To be Lieutenant-Colonel—Major Charles Higginson Teush-Hecker, 15th Light Dragoons, June 4.

To be Major—Captain Geo. Butler Stoney, upon Half-pay, 20th Foot, and Staff Officer of Pensioners, June 4.

The undermentioned promotions to take place consequent upon the death of General Sir Charles Bulkeley Egerton, G.C.M.G., July 8, 1850 :—Brevet Colonel Henry Aitchison Hankey, from Half-pay Unattached, to be MajorGeneral, July 9; Brevet Lieut.-Colonel William Long, upon Half-pay as Captain, 9th Foot, to be Colonel, July 9; Major John Ward, upon Half-pay Unattached, to be Lieut-Colonel, July 9; Captain William Ready, upon Half-pay Unattached and Staff Officer of Pensioners, to be Major, July 9.

THE MILITIA GAZETTE.

Ayrshire Yeomanry Cavalry—Robt. Morrice Pollok, Gent, to be Cornet, vice Lang, promoted.

Hampshire Militia—Ensign Henry Edwards to be Lieutenant; Ensign Reginald Charles Riddell to be Lieutenant.

76th or Highland Light Infantry Regiment—Adjutant William Donaldson to be Captain.

Royal Glamorgan Artillery—Henry Frederick Freke Evans, Esq., formerly Lieutenant in Her Majesty's 21st Royal Fusiliers, to be Captain.

Royal Rifle Denbigh — Boscawen Trevor Griffith, Esq. (late Lieutenant 23rd Royal Welsh Fusiliers), to be Lieutenant, vice Hesketh, resigned. [This appointment is substituted for

that which appeared in the Gazelle

of the 7th inst]

98th North British, formed by the shires of Ross, Caithness, Sutherland, and Cromarty—John Calder, Gent., to be Ensign, vice Smith, promoted.

WAR OFFICE, July 21.

Royal Artillery—Brevet Major Joseph Godby to be Captain, vice Gregory, retired upon Half-pay; Lieutenant John Wheler Collington to be Second Captain, vice Godby.

Royal Engineers—Lieutenant Robert Murdoch Smith, with temporary rank, to be Lieutenant with permanent rank; Lieutenant Charles William Wilson, with temporary rank, to be Lieutenant with permanent rank.

Brevet—Lieut.-Colonel Gloucester Gambier, C.B., of the Royal Artillery, having completed three years' service as Lieut-Colonel, to be Colonel in the Army, under the Royal Warrant of the 3rd November, 1854.

For Lieut. Colonel Frederick Maron Eardley Wilmot, Royal Artillery, to be Colonel, which appeared in the Gazette of the 30th ult., read Lieut.-Colonel Frederick Marrow Eardley-Wilmot to be Colonel.

WAR OFFICE, July 24. Memorandum—The transfers of the following Officers have been cancelled: —Major Ouvry, from the 9th Light Dragoons, to 2nd Dragoon Guards j Captain Thomas Barrett,from the 14th Light Dragoons, to 2nd Dragoon Guards; Lieutenant Mills, from Oth Light Dragoons, to 2nd Dragoon Guards; Lieut. Upton, from 9th Light Dragoons, to 2nd Dragoon Guards; Lieut. Jones, from Light Dragoons, to 2nd Dragoon Guards; Lieutenant Goldie, from 9th Light Dragoons, to 2nd Dragoon Gds.; Captain Johnson, from 9th Light Dragoons, to 3rd Dragoon Guards; Lieut. Gordon, from 14th Light Dragoons, to 3rd Dragoon Guards; Lieut. Gowan, from 14th Light Dragoons, to 3rd Dragoon Guards; Lieut. Haldane, from 14th Light Dragoons, to 3rd Dragoon Guards; Lieutenant Mackenzie, from 14th Light Dragoons, to 3rd Dragoon Guards.

WAR OFFICE, July 24. 2nd Dragoon Guards — Lieutenant Orlando Frederick Cavendish Bridgeman, to be Captain, without purchase, June 10; Lieutenant Francis Graham

Powell to be Captain, by purchase, vice Thornhill, who retires. To be Lieutenants, without purchase — Cornet Walter Colquhoun Grant, Cornet Geo. Eden Jarvis, June 16. To be Lieutenant by purchase—Cornet Thos. Wm. Sneyd, vice Jarvis, whose promotion by purchase has been cancelled. To be Cornets, without purchase — Ensign Henry Patrick Johnstone Mackenzie, from the 68th Foot; William Jones Thomas, Gent.

3rd Dragoon Guards—Captain Henry Marsh to be Major, by purchase, vice Carlyon, who retires; Lieut. Charles Blood Mulville to be Captain, by purchase, vice Marsh. To be Lieutenants, without purchase—Cornet Robert Norwood, Cornet Edmund Waldegrave Park, June 18. To be Cornet, without purchase—Arthur Charles Van Cortlandi, Gent., vice Norwood.

17th Light Dragons—Assistant Surgeon York Hobart Jolin3on, from the Staff, to be Assistant Surgeon, vice Stanley, appointed to the 3rd Dragoon Guards.

Scots Fusilier Guards—Brevet Col. Henry Vaughan Brooke, C.B.,from the 32nd Foot, to be Captain and LieutColonel, vice Brevet Colonel Berkeley, who exchanges.

ltth — Lieutenant Thomas Prittie Cosby to be Captain, by purchase, vice Smythe, who retires; Ensign George Money Bright to be Lieutenant, without purchase, vice Cosby.

15th—Alfred Wintle, Gent., to be Ensign, by purchase, vice Orde, promoted.

16th — Captain Christopher James Magnay, from the 03rd Foot, to be Captain, vice Retnllack, who exchanges.

19th—Lieutenant Edward St. John Griffiths to be Captain, by purchase, vice Lidwill, who retires; Ensign Edward Hales to be Lieutenant by purchase, vice Griffiths.

20th — Assistant Surgeon Francis John Shortt, from the Staff, to be Assistant Surgeon, vice Wright, appointed to the 38th Foot; Assistant Surgeon John Monday, from the Staff, to be Assistant Surgeon.

25th —Captain William Patterson, from the 32nd Foot, to be Captain, vice Priestley, who exchanges.

28th—Captain Hill Faulconer Morgan, from Half-pay, of the 28th Foot, to be Captain, vice Malcolm, who exchanges.

31st—Ensign Kenrick Hill to be Lieutenant, without purchase, vice Jeffcock, deceased, April 8.

32nd—Captain and Lieut.- Colonel and Brevet Colonel Charles Assheton Fitzhardinge Berkeley, from the Scots Fusilier Guards, to be Lieut.-Colonel, vice Brooke, who exchanges; Captain Horatio Priestley, from the 25th Foot, to be Captain, vice Patteson, who exchanges.

34th—Assistant Surgeon Wm. Thos. Paliologus, from the Staff, to be Assistant Surgeon.

39th—Ensign Samuel Fyson has been permitted to retire from the Service by the sale of his commission.

42nd—Assistant Surgeon Thomas Allen Thornhill, M.B., from the Staff, to be Assistant Surgeon.

43rd—Major Rolla Gillespie Burslem, from Half-pay, Unattached, to be Major, vice Greene, who exchanges; Captain Francis Hutchinson Synge to be Major, by purchase, vice Burslem, who retires; Lieutenant John Bardoe Bowers Elliott to be Captain, by purchase, vice Synge; Ensign Hugh Osborne Bateman to be Lieutenant, by purchase, vice Elliott; Ernest Villiers, Gent., to be Ensign,by purchase, vice Bateman.

54th—Warren Edward Evans, Gent, to be Ensign, by purchase, vice Gray, promoted; Assistant Surgeon Daniel O'Donovan, M.D., from a Provisional Depot Battalion, to be Assistant Surgeon.

03rd — Captain Francis Retallack, from the 16th Foot, to be Captain, vice Magnay, who exchanges.

Oith—Ensign John Thomas Pack to be Lieutenant, by purchase, vice Wilcocks, promoted in the 2nd West India Regiment; Henry Davies, Gent., to be Ensign, by purchase, vice Pack.

87th—Richard Throgmorton, Gent., to be Ensign, by purchase, vice Mackinnon, promoted.

89th—William John Holt, Gent., to be Ensign, by purchase, vice Baldwin, promoted.

91st—Ensign Allan William Stewart has been permitted to resign his commission.

90th — James Morrison Kirkwood, Gent., to be Ensign, by purchase, vice Browning, promoted.

97th—Lieutenant Hales Wilkie to be Captain, by purchase, vice Dawes, who retires; Ensign Harman Hardy to be Lieutenant,by purchase, vice Wilkie; Assistant Surgeon William Dumbreck, from the Staff, to be Assistant Surgeon.

98th—Ensign Everard Montagu to be Lieutenant, by purchase, vice Baby, promoted in 28th Foot; John Barrett Lennard Nevinson, Gent., to be Ensign, by purchase, vice Montague.

Rifle Brigade — Lieutenant James Singer to be Adjutant, vice Heywood, who resigns the Adjutancy only; Assistant Surgeon Alexander Frederick Bradshaw, from the Staff, to be Assistant Surgeon.

2nd West India Regiment—For Ernest Lewis, " Gent," to be Ensign, by purchase, vice Bellamy, as stated in the Gazette of 30th June", 1857, read, Cornet Ernest Lewis, from Half-pay of the late Land Transport Corps, to be Ensign, by purchase, &c.

Brevet—The undermentioned officershaving completed three years'actual service in the rank of Lieut.-Colonel, on|the dates stated against their names, to be promoted to the rank of Colonel under the Royal Warrant of 6th Oct.,

1854, viz.: — Lieut.-Colonel William Muuro, C.B., 39th Foot, Feb. 20; Lieut.Colonel William Cockell, 10th Foot, April 21.

The-promotion of Brevet Colonel William Irwin, Half-pay, 80th Foot, as Lieut.-Colonel, to the Brevet rank of Colonel, to bear date 7th September,

1855, instead of 22nd February, 1850, as stated in the Gazette of 25th March, 1856.

Deputy Inspector-General of Hospitals Daniel Armstrong, on Half-pay, to have the honorary rank of InspectorGeneral of Hospitals, July 13.

To be Lieutenant-Colonels in the Army—Captain and Brevet Major Horace William Montagu, of the Royal Engineers, Nov. 2, 1855; Major Thos. Addison, of the 2nd Foot, July 24, 1857; Major Fowler Burton, of the 97th Foot, Dec 26,1856.

THE MILITIA GAZETTE.

1st Devon Regiment—Richard Anson Brine to be Ensign.

Devon Artillery—Frederick Dunsterville to be Second Lieutenant.

Prince of Wales's Renfrew—Assistant Surgeon William Frederick Lewis Gompertz to be Surgeon, vice Bell, resigned.

Hampshire Regiment—Ensign Reginald Charles Riddell to be Lieutenant; Ensign Henry Edwards to be Lieutenant.

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