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LONDON GAZETTE of FEBRUARY 10, 1843.

India Board, February 7, 1843.

THE dispatches, of which the following is a copy, have been this day received at the East India House:

Major-General Pollock, C.B., Commanding West of the Indus, to Major-General Lumley, Adjutant- General of the Army.

SIR, Chumkunnee, Nov. 9, 1842.

I HAVE the honour to report, for the information of his Excellency the Commander in Chief, the arrival of Major-General Nott, with the troops under his command at Jumrood, on the 6th instant, and to inclose his dispatches, with a return of casualties.

I had directed the Major-General, after bringing away the guns left for the protection of the garrison, to destroy the fort of Ali Musjid, the engineer's report of which I have now the pleasure

to forward.

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Major- General Nott to Captain Ponsonby, Assistant-Adjutant- General.

SIR, Camp, near Peshawur, Nov. 8, 1842.

I HAVE the honour to acquaint you, for the information of Major-General Pollock, C.B., that the rear guard of my force, under the command of Major Browne, of Her Majesty's 41st regiment, was attacked by the enemy on marching to and from Ali Musjid. The arrangements made by Major Browne, assisted by Major Simmonds, of Her Majesty's 41st regiment, appear to have been admirable, and the enemy were speedily defeated.

I enclose a return of killed and wounded. I directed the fort of Ali Musjid to be destroyed— the engineer's report is herewith transmitted.

W. NOTT.

Return of Killed and Wounded during the Attacks on the Rear Guard of General Notts Force, on the 4th and 6th of November 1842.

.Bengal Foot Artillery—1 havildar wounded. Bombay Foot Artillery—1 lieutenant, 1 horse, wounded.

Christie's Horse—1 sepoy, 4 horses, killed;

1 lieutenant, 1 sepoy, 2 horses, wounded. H. M. 40th Foot—3 privates wounded. H. M. 41st Foot—4 privates wounded. 2d Regt. Bengal Grenadiers—3 sepoys wounded. 16th Regt. Bengal Grenadiers—1 drummer, 2

sepoys, wounded. 38th Bengal Light Infantry—3 sepoys killed. 43d Bengal Light Infantry—2 sepoys wounded.

Total—4 men, 4 horses, killed; 19 men, 3 horses, wounded.

Grand Total of Killed and Wounded-— 23 officers and men, 7 horses.

Officers wounded.

Lieutenant and Adjutant Terry, Bombay Foot

Artillery, severely. Lieutenant Chamberlain, Christie's Horse, severely.

W. NOTT.

Major Sanders, Engineers, to Major-General Nott.

SIR, Camp, Jumrood, Nov. 6, 1842.

I HAVE the honour to report that, agreeably to your directions, the defensive works on the hill at Ali Musjid, consisting of the fort and of a square of buildings, recently erected by the British authorities at that post, have been entirely destroyed. I have, &c. E. SANDEES, Major, Engineers.

Duchy of Lancaster, February 7, 1843.

The Queen has been this day pleased to appoint William Garnett, of Lark-hill and Bleasdale-forest, Esq. to be Sheriff of the county palatine of Lancaster for the year ensuing.

Downing-Street, February 8, 1843.

The Queen has been pleased to appoint G. P. F. Gregory, Esq. to be Prothonotary and Registrar of the Supreme Court of New South Wales.

COURT OF EXCHEQUER.

Friday, February 10, 1843.

This Court will, on Saturday the 25th instant, hold a Sitting, to give judgment in such cases as stand over for the judgment of the Court in the New Trial and Special Papers.

By the Court.

Read in open Court, February 10, 1843,
Stepn. Richards, Master.

CIRCUITS OF THE COMMISSIONERS FOR THE RELIEF OF INSOLVENT DEBTORS.

SUMMER CIRCUITS, 1843.

sOUTHERN CIRCUIT.

Henry Revell Reynolds, Esq. Chief Commissioner.

Berkshire, Reading, Friday, June 23.
Oxfordshire, Oxford and City, Monday, June 26.
Worcestershire, Worcester and City, Wednesday,
June 28.

Herefordshire, Hereford, Friday, June 30.

Radnorshire, Presteigne, Monday, July 3.

Brecknockshire, Brecon, Wednesday, July 5.

Carmarthenshire, Carmarthen . and Borough, Friday, July 7.

Cardiganshire, Cardigan, Monday, July 10.

Pembrokeshire, Haverfordwest and Town, Wednesday, July 12.

Glamorganshire, Swansea, Friday, July 14.

Glamorganshire, Cardiff, Monday, July 17.

Monmouthshire, Monmouth, Wednesday, July 19.

Gloucestershire, Gloucester and City, Friday, July 21.

City and County of the City of Bristol, Tuesday,
July 25.

Somersetshire, Bath, Friday, July 28.
Somersetshire, Taunton, Monday, July 31.
Cornwall, Bodmin, Friday, August 4.
Devonshire, Plymouth, Saturday, August 5.
Devonshire, Exeter, Tuesday, August 8.
City and County of the City of Exeter, the
same day.

Dorsetshire, Dorchester, Friday, August 11.

Wiltshire, Salisbury, Monday, August 14.

Town and County of the Town of Southampton,

Tuesday, August 15. Southampton, Winchester, Wednesday, August 16

NORTHERN CIRCUIT.

John Greathed Harris, Esq. Commissioner.

Rutlandshire, Oakham, Saturday, June 10.
Yorkshire, Sheffield, Tuesday, June 13.
Yorkshire, Wakefield, Friday, June 16.
Town and County of the Town of Kingston-upon-

Hull, Tuesday, June 27.
City and County of the City of York, Thursday,

June 29. • Yorkshire, York, Friday, June 30. Yorkshire, Richmond, Monday, July 3. Durham, Durham, Tuesday, July 4. Northumberland, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Friday,

July 7.

Town and County of the Town of Newcastle-
upon-Tyne, the same day.
Cumberland, Carlisle, Tuesday, July 11.
Westmorland, Appleby, Thursday, July 13.
Westmorland, Kendal, Friday, July 14.
Lancashire, Lancaster, Monday, July 17.

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