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and I had the »atisfaction of seeing the whole of the baggage out of the pass without a single thing having been obtained by them; and on the arrival of Lieutenant-Colonel Richmond with the rear guard, I resigned the position to him and marched on to protect the baggage, which had then become placed between the advance and the main column.
Lieutenant-Colonel Richmond, who had been directed by me to remain in position for a quarter of an hour after my departure with the rear guard, consisting of six hundred and nineteen rank and. file and two guns, reports that on his withdrawal, the enemy, to the extent of about six hundred men, came forward in a very determined manner and followed him up for a considerable distance, although frequently driven back by the fire of the troops and guns.
Enclosed I beg to transmit a return of killed and wounded, and ammunition expended in the main column and rear guard during the day.
Return of Killed and Wounded, in Action with the Enemy in the Jugdulluch Pass, on the 18th October 1842.
Camp, Gundamuck, 19th October 1842.
3d Irregular Horse—1 rank and file killed; 1 Serjeant wounded.
Her Majesty's 31st Regiment—1 officer, 1 serjeant, 4 rank and file, wounded.
2d Regiment N. I.—2 rank and file killed ; 9 rank and file wounded.
16th Regiment N. L—2 rank and file killed; 1 officer, 1 serjeant, 12 rank and file, wounded.
33d Regiment N. I.—1 officer, 1 serjeant, 4 rank
and file, wounded. 60th Regiment N. I.—2 rank and file killed; 1
rank and file wounded.
Total—7 rank and file killed ; 3 officers, 4 ser-
Grand Total—44 killed and wounded.
Brevet Captain Pender, severely wounded.
T. MONTEATH, Brigadier,
Brigadier T. Monteatk, C. B., Commanding 4th Brigade, to Captain Havelock, Deputy AssistantAdjutant- General.
Camp, Gundamuck, October 20, 1842.
I HAVE the honour of transmitting a report of the occurrences which took place with that portion of the force under my command, in the Jugdulluck pass, on the 18th instant.
As from what I have learnt, I have reason to think, that the reports of the former march from Soorkhab to Tezeen, when the casualties of the force amounted to sixty-two, have not been forwarded to Government; and as I consider it very desirable it should be on record, that the toils, dangers, and deserts of my brigade have not been in any degree less than those of the other portions of the army, I have to request, that Major-General M'Caskill will be good enough to express to Major-General Pollock my wish, that my three reports may be forwarded for the information of the GovernorGeneral.
Crown-Office, April 11, 1843.
MEMBERS returned to serve in this present PARLIAMENT.
Town of Nottingham. Thomas Gisborne the younger, of Horwich-house, near Buxton, in the county of Derby, Esq. in the room of John Walter, whose election for the said town has been determined to be void.
City of Durham.
The Right Honourable Arthur Trevor Viscount Dungannon, of Brynkinalt, in the county of Denbigh, in the room of Robert Fitzroy, Captain R. N. who has accepted the office of Governor of New Zealand.
Borough of Athlone. John Collett, of No. 7, Upper Belgrave-street, in the County of Middlesex, Esq. the last election for the said borough having been declared to be void.
Office of the Poor Law Commissioners,
In pursuance of an Act, passed in the session held in the fourth and fifth years of the reign of His late Majesty King William the Fourth,
cap. 76, intituled "An Act for the amendment and better administration of the laws relating to the poor in England and Wales," this is to give notice, that the Poor Law Commissioners have appointed Alfred Austin, of the Middle-temple, Esq. Barrister at Law, to-be an Assistant Commissioner of the Poor Laws; and that the said Alfred Austin, on this 10th day of April instant, took the oath required by the said Act, before the Right Honourable Lord Abinger, Chief Baron of Her Majesty's Court of Exchequer, at his chambers, in Rolls'-garden, Chancery-lane.
LONDON GAZETTE of APRIL 14,
Westminster, April 11, 1843.
THIS day, the Lords being met, a message was sent to the Honourable House of Commons by the Gentleman Usher of the Black Rod, acquainting them, that The Lords, authorized by virtue of a Commission under the Great Seal, signed by Her Majesty, for declaring Her Royal Assent to several Acts agreed upon by both Houses, do desire the immediate attendance of the Honourable House in the House of Peers to hear the Commission read; and the Commons being come thither, the said Commission, empowering the Lord Archbishop of Canterbury, the Lord High Chancellor of Great Britain, and several other Lords therein named, to declare and notify the Royal Assent to the said Acts, was read accordingly, and the Royal Assent given to
An Act for removing doubts as to the punishment which may be awarded under the provisions of an Act, of the fourth and fifth years of Her present Majesty, "for taking away the punishment of death in certain cases," for certain offences therein specified.
An Act to enable Her Majesty to provide for the Government of Her settlements on the coast of Africa and in the Falkland Islands.
An Act for carrying into effect a treaty between Her Majesty and the Republic of Bolivia for the abolition of the slave trade.
An Act for carrying into effect the treaty between Her Majesty and the Oriental Republic of the Uruguay for the abolition of the slave trade.
An Act for carrying into effect the treaty between Her Majesty and the Republic of Texas for the suppression of the African slave trade.
An Act for the more convenient holding of coroners' inquests.
An Act to indemnify witnesses who may give evidence before the Lords Spiritual and Temporal on a bill to exclude the borough of Sudbury from sending burgesses to serve in Parliament.
An Act to enable the Hull and Selby Railway Company to raise a further sum of money, and to amend the Act relating to the said railway.
An Act to authorise certain alterations in a portion of the line of the Great North of England Railway, and for vesting the same in the Newcastle and Darlington Junction Railway Company.