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The Reverend James Young. Dated 16th October, 1858.

The Reverend John Dick. Dated 16th October, 1858.

The Reverend George Ruggles Fisher. Dated 30th October, 1858.

BREVET.

Lieutenant-Colonel Julius Edmund Goodwyn, C.B., 41st Foot, having completed three years' actual service on the 19th March, 1858, in the rank of Lieutenant-Colonel, to be promoted to be Colonel in the Army, under the Royal Warrant of 6th October, 1854. Dated 19th March, 1858.

The promotion of Lieutenant-Colonel Charles William Dunbar Staveley, C.B., 44th Foot, to be Colonel in the Army, to bear date the 9th March, 1858, instead of 6th May, 1858, as stated in the Gazette of 17th September, 1858.

The undermentioned promotions to take place in the Indian Military Forces of Her Majesty, consequent on the death of Major-General Henry John Wood, C.B., Bengal Infantry, on 12th November, 1858, and Charles Waddington, C.B., Bombay Engineers, on 22nd November, 1858:

To be Major- Generals.

Colonel CEneas Shirreff, Madras Artillery.

Dated 13th November, 1858. Colonel Edward Messiter, Madras Infantry.

Dated 23rd November, 1858.

The undermentioned Officers of the Indian Military Forces of Her Majesty, retired on fullpay, to have a step of honorary rank as follows, vix.:

To be Major- Generals.

Colonel Stephen Glynne Wheeler, Bengal Infantry. Dated 18th January, 1859.

Colonel George Tylee, Bengal Infantry. Dated 18th January, 1859.

Colonel Arthur Cleghorn Wight, Madras Infantry. Dated 18th January, 1859.

Colonel Archibald Neil Maclean, Bombay Infantry. Dated 18th January, 1859.

Colonel George Hutt, C.B., Bombay Artillery. Dated 18th January, 1859.

To be Colonels.

Lieutenant-Colonel George Munro Arthur, Madras Infantry. Dated 18th January, 1859.

Lieutenant-Colonel James Ramsay, Bengal Infantry. Dated 18th January, 1859.

Lieutenant-Colonel Thomas William Hicks, Bombay Artillery. Dated 18th January, 1859.

Lieutenant-Colonel George Fleetwood Charles Fitzgerald, Bengal Artillery. Dated 18th . January, 1859.

Lieutenant-Colonel Stuart Bayley, Madras Infantry. Dated 18th January, 1859.

To be Lieutenant-Colonels.

Major John Alexander Church, Madras Infantry.

Dated 18th January, 1859. Major Henry Lawford, Madras Artillery. Dated

18th January, 1859. Major John Macdonald, Bengal Infantry. Dated

28th November, 1854.

Commission signed by the Lord Lieutenant of the

County of Salop. South Salopian Regiment of Yeomanry Cavalry. Baldwin Leighton, Gent., to be Cornet, vice Henry George Harnage, promoted. Dated 12th January, 1859.

Commission signed by the Txird Lieutenant of the

County of Middlesex. 5th or Royal Elthorne Light Infantry Regiment

of Middlesex Militia.
Charles May Hayes Newington, Gent., to be
Ensign, vice Baylis, resigned. Dated 10th
January, 1859.

Commission signed by the Lord Lieutenant of the
County of Southampton.
Hampshire Militia Artillery.
James Walkinshaw Bell Alder, late an Assistant-
Surgeon of Her Majesty's Royal Regiment of
Militia, of the county of Berks, to be Assistant-
Surgeon. Dated 14 th January, 1859.

Commission signed by the Lord Lieutenant of the

County of Stafford. 2nd Regiment of King's Own Staffordshire Militia. Thomas Bradney Shaw Hellier, Gent., to be

Ensign, vice Disney, resigned. Dated 19th

November, 1858.

Commission signed by the Lord Lieutenant of the
County of Oxford.
Oxfordshire Regiment of Militia.
Albert Maxwell Harte, Gent, to be Lieutenant,
vice Severne, promoted. Dated 15th January,

Commissions signed by the Lord Lieutenant of the Eait Riding of the County of York, and of the Borough of Kingston-upon-HulL

East York Regiment of Militia.

Lieutenant Francis Garden Fraser to be Captain, vice Lloyd, superseded. Dated 13th January, 1559.

Ensign Frederick Caldwell Hamilton Parks to be

Lieutenant, vice Fraser, promoted. Dated

13th .January, 1859. Ensign William Henry Dean to be Lieutenant,

rice Ramsey, retired. Dated 13th January,

1859.

Commission signed by the Lord Lieutenant of the County of Lincoln.

Royal North Lincoln Militia.

Lionel Wentworth Atkinson, Gent., to be Ensign, rice Augustus Charles Short, promoted on 6th of April. 1858. Dated 11th January, 1859 .

Royal South Lincoln Militia.

Lieutenant Theodore Ingram, struck off the strength of the Regiment, he having been absent without leave from the recent training of the Regiment.

Local Government Act, 1858.

Notice is given in this Gazette, by the Right Honourable Spencer Horatio Walpole, one of Her Majesty's Principal Secretaries of State, that the Local Government Act, 1858, was adopted within the Upper Hamlet of Tring, in the county of Hertford, on the 2nd day of December, 1858, and that in accordance with the provisions thereof, the said Act will, at tl e expiration of two months from the date of the passing of the resolution, have the force of law within the said Upper Hamlet of Tring.—Dated 15th January, 1859.

FROM TUK

LONDON GAZETTE of JANUARY 21, 1859.

Downing-Street, January 18, 1859.

THE Queen has been pleased to appoint the Reverend Edward Mooyaart, B. A„ to be Chaplain of Galle, in the Island of Ceylon.

Her Majesty has also been pleased to appoint Austin William Cox, Esq., to be an Unofficial Member of the Executive Council of the Settlement of Honduras; Frederick Dunbar Sutherland, Esq., to be a Member of the Executive Council of the Is'and of Saint Vincent; Frederick Henry Alexander Forth, Esq., to be a Member of the Executive Council of the Island of Hong Kong, during the temporary absence of the Colonial Secretary; and Edward Morris and Nicholas Stabb, Esquires, to be Members of the Legislative Council of the Island of Newfoundland.

(68.)

Board of Trade, Whitehall, January 20, 1859. The Right Honourable the Lords of the Committee of Privy Council for Trade and Plantations have received, through the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, a copy of a Despatch from Her

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