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The officers promoted by the following arrangement are not entitled to any additional allowances whatsoever, or to the exercise of the authority of the rank to which they are promoted, until the date of the order for them
to join corps respectivel
y, agreeably to the orders of government, of the
Ensign. Promotion. Rank in the army. ‘...." Regiment. John Tullock.............! Lieutenant. 1st Feb. 1807. Same. 1st. George Moore...........I Do. Do. Do. 4th. John Morris... Do. Do. Do. 5th. Thomas Wishart Do. Do. Do. 5th. William Price............. Do. Do. Do. 5th. Wm. Gregory............] Do. Do. Do. 5th. Andrew Christie......... Do. Do. Do. 6th. Walter Palk............... Do. Do. Do. 6th. John Jacob..... -- Do. Do. Do. 7th. Edward Fell......... - Do. Do. Do. 10th. Wm. Grant........ --- Do. Do. Do. 10th. James Flushard......... Do. Do. Do. 19th. FrederickLloyd Massie. Do. Do. Do. 22d. Edward Pettingal........ Do. Do. Do. 22d. Peter Grant........ ------- Do. Do. Do. 23d. March. blished in the districts of Bauglepore,
5th Regiment Native Infantry.-Cap- and Tirhoot, from the 23d Feb. tain Archibald Campbell, to be fort 1806, vice lieutenant-colonel Wilton, adjutant from the 24th February, on Furlough. 1806, vice captain J. P. Johnson, on Artillery.—Captain Thomas Hill, to be Furlough. Capt.-lieutenant George garrison store-keeper of Fort William. Becher, to be deputy agent for camels Medical Department.— Mr. W. R.
Munro, third member of the medical
7th Regt, Native Infantry.—Captain board, is appointed second member David Lumsden, to be regulating of that board, vice Mr. F. Balfour, officer of the invalid Tannahs, esta- on Furlough.
Fort William, fan. 22, 1807.-The following is the arrangement and assignment of rank to Lieutenant-colonels and Majors, ...; from the anterior pro
motion and rank, granted by the orders of government, dated the 4th of December, 1806, founded on priority of succession tot
e rank of Major.
: MAJORS. Lieutenant-COIONELS. # Rank arranged according to Promotion. Present Rank. Rank to be assigned. Remarks. 8|Lambert Loveday,..... Jan. 1, 1803, Stuart, promoted. Sept. 21, 1804. ) g n & 9|Thomas T. Basset,...... ditto, Ball, ditto. ditto, - B 6|William Sandys,........ ditto, Williams, ditto. ditto. o. -- r 14|Lewis Thomas,......... 12, MoCullock, ditto. ditto. # 3. E9|Richard Mabert,....... 21, Ashe, ditto. ditto. # * : 10|Robert Bowie,.......... 23, Scott, ditto. ditte. • 23 5 11|Samuel Palmer, ... .... Feb. 4, Taylor, ditto. ditto. 7 * 12|Robert Gregory.,..... March 18, biolony, ditto. 25, Clayton, deceased 13|John Hibbald Forster,. April 21, Reid, ditto. 28, Hawkeshaw, prom. Sept. 28, 1804, Edwards, deceased 15|Benjamin Cuthbert,... May 7, Willett, ditto. Oct. 17, 1805, Rawstrone, deceased. 28, Hawkeshaw, prom. 16|Philip D'Auvergne,... 19, Grant, ditto, Nov. 19, 1804, Ralph, ditto. No alteration. 17|David T. Richardson, July 1, Marcer, invalided. Sept. 23, Edwards, ditto. Feb. 27, 1805, Hamond, deceased. 21|Joseph Wade,......... 13, 21st Regiment, ditto. Feb. 27, 1805, Hamond, ditto. Oct 17, Rawstrone, ditto. 20|George Hutchinson... ditto, Broughton, promoted. | Feb. 19, 1806, Baker, retited. 19, Powell, ditto. 21|John Arnold, ....... ... ditto, Shaw, ditto. May 8, Wetherstone, deceased. 20, Marshall, promoted. E. George Wilton,......... ditto, Calcraft, ditto. Nov.27, 1805, Dunkley, ditto. Nov. 14, Cunningham, ditto. 16|Charles Crawford,..... ditto, Dubois, removed. Oct. 20, Marshall, promoted. ditto. Sandys, retired. 17|Andrew Charton...... ditto, W. Duff, promoted. I-Nov. 14, Conyngham, ditto. 27, Dunkley, deceased. 4|John Malcolm, ... Sept. 8, Gascoyne, ditto. Feb. 19, 1806, Baker, retired. 3|John Owen,............. ditto, Hume, retired. June. 8, 1806,Simpson, deceased.|May 8, Wetherstone, deceased. 6|Charles Brietzcke...... ditto, Hiffernan, promoted. I to be promoted. June 8, Simpson, ditto. 19|Frederick Marsden,... 30, 22d and 23d Regiments. I no rank assigned. Sandys, retired. 4|Charles Gladwin,...... ditto, Edwards, promoted.Y 19|John Duff.......... ditto, Baker, ditto. 4|William Scott,. -- ditto, Malcolm, removed. 8|John Campbell,....... ditto, Wetherstone, promoted. 11|George Hunbury Pine ditto, Allen, ditto. 13|William Bedell,....... Nov.2, Colebrooke, ditto. Mai 10|John M'Grath,......... 5, Burmett, ditto. ! ajors, next in 14|James C. Mitchell,... Jan. 15, 1804. Lawrie, ... [succession for pro21|James Tetley.......... 27, Dubois, ditto. motion15|Littlus Burrell,.. ditto, Haldane, ditto. 22|George Dick,'........... March 5, Malcolm, retired. 18|Henry Lennon,........ 22, Rind, ditto. I. 27, Rawstrone, promoted.
Eu opean Regiment.--Capt. S Kelly, 15th Native Regiment.—Captain H. v. Ordered, that the following staten:ent of the proportion of off-reckonings
from ditto, vice Lennon, promoted. Lieutenant W. Hamilton, to be captain-lieutenant, from ditto, vice Watson, promoted. 16th Native Regiment.—Capt. J. Dawson, to be major, from June 18th, 1806,
lieut. G. Herbert, to be ca tain, vice Marsden promoted. Captain from ‘tto vi e Benson promoted. Lieutenant C. L. Showers, to be capLieute ant Charles Poole, to be tain, from ditto, vice Dawson, pro
captain-lieutenant, from ditto, vice moved. Licut. Francis Walter, to be Horbet, promoted.
captain lieutenant, from ditto, vice Showers, p omoted. 20th Native Regiment.--Captain James Dewar, to be major, from October 19th, 1895, vice Hutchinson, promoted aptain Lieuten: at Hoary Oake, to be captain, from ditto, vice Dewar, promote ". Lieutenant Lewis Wiggins, to be captain-litute...at from di.to, vice Oakes, promoted. 21st Native Regiment.--Capt Alexander Mor’son, to be major, October 17th, 1805, vice Wade, promoted. Captain Lieutenant James Sharpe, to be captain, fron ditto vice Morrison, promoted. I.ieutenant James Coco, to be captain-lieut. from d.tto, vice Sharpe, promoted The toregoing arrangement of rank, made in contormity to the order of the honourable the court of directors, having caused Captain Charles Brietzcke to succee to the rank of major from the 8th of September, 1803, that officer becoines entitle, to the rank of lieutenantcolouel from the 8th of May, 1806, which supercedes the promotion made on the 21st of Augus, 1806, of Major Charles Glodwin, to the rank of lieutenant-co onel, with the re! tive promotions made on that occasion in the 4th Native Infantry; Major Charles Gladwin being only entitled to rank as major from the 30th of September, 1803, and, ther fore, with re; rence to the standing of his seniors in the line, is not yet entitled to be promoted to the rank of lieutenant-colone! Ordered therefore, that the promotions which were made in he 4th native regiment by minutes of cous. of the 21st August last, o, Mojor Charles Gladwin,
to the rank of lieutenant colonel, Capt. W. A. Thompson to major, CaptainLieutenan. D 1. Lindsay, to be captain of a company, and Licutenant James John Leith, to be optain-lieutenant, be cancelled "rom that date; a > , the promotion made by the minutes of council of the 6th of November, p omoting captain Lieutenant Jones J. Leith, to be capt m of a company, in the room of Captain Lindsay, creased, and Lieutenant W. C. Faith, ul, to be captainlieutenant, in the room of Leith, promoted, be cancelled from that date, and that the following promotions be made : th Native Regiment. – Lieutenant J. John Leith, to be captain-lieutenant, with rank from the 2.st of October, 1°06, vice Lindsay, deceased. Cth Notive Regiment.-- Major Charles Brietzcke, to be lieutenant-colonel from the th of May, 1806, vice Wetherstone, deceased, Captain George Benson to be major from the same date, vice orietzcke, promoted. Captain-Lieutenant George Herbert, captain of a company from the same date, vice Benson, promoted. Senior Lieutenant Charles Poole, to be captain-lieutenant from the same date, vice Herbert promoted. 12th Native Regiment.—The name of Captain Fletcher Dalston, having, by mistake, been inserved in the arrangement of rank published in the minutes of conic, of the 4th December, in- " stead of Captain Joseph Fletcher, the name of Captain Joseph Fletcher is to be inserted, to rank as captain of a company from the 19th of Oct. 1803, vice Radcliffe, promoted.
for the year 1805, be published in general orders.
Statement of the pro
portion of off reckonings, for the year 1805, due in advance to Colonels of regiments and other officers, whose accounts are adjusted with the general fund, for eight months of that year, viz from the 1st of May to 31st December, 1805, on a vance on account of the first four months of the same year, or from the 1st of January to the 30th April 1805, having already been made, as authorized by the general orders of the governor-general in council,
dated 13th February, 1806
Major Gen. T. Ticho's, on Furlough, from 1st May to 31st Dec. 1805. Sic. Rupees.
ditto - ditto, 2666 10 8 ditto - ditto, 2666 10 8 ditto - ditto, 2666 10 8 ditto - ditto, 2666 10 8 ditto - ditto, 2666 10 8 ditto - ditto,
ditto - ditto,
1st May to 31st July, 1805, 1001 5 9 1st May to 81st Dec. 1805, 2666 10 s John
John Horsford, (vice Greene deceased) 1st Aug to 31st
to 31st Dec. 1805.
E. S. Broughton, ditto Rhamgur battalion, 1st May to
Lieutenant J. Alexander, comp. the two.com: anies
Dyson Marshall, (vice Grueber deceased) 20th Oct. to 31st Dec. 1805, Daniel Conninghame, (vice Noke deceased) 14th Nov. to 31st Dec. 1805. Captain D. Sloane, in temporary command of the Hill Rangers, from the 1st May to 5th June, 1805. Lieut.-col. Toone, from the 6th June, (the date of his appointment to the command of the corps of Hill Rangers,)
ditto - ditto, 2666 12 &
Ordered, that a treasury order be issued in favour of the pay-master at the presidency, for sicca rupees 65,220, to enable him to discharge the shares above-men
6th regt. Native Infantry.—Captainlieutenant Charles Poole, to be captain of a company, from the 5th October, 1806, vice Gill, deceased.
Lieutenant Simon, to be captain-lieutenant, from the same date, vice Poole, promoted.
The under-mentioned cadets and assist
T. Hill, Acting Sec. Mil. Dept.