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Office of Ordnance, 15th March 1851.
Lieutenant-General George Wright to be Colonel
Commission signed by the Lord Lieutenant of the County of Nottingham.
John sVessey Machin, Gent, to be First Lieutenant, vice Granville Edward Harcourt Vernon, Esq. promoted.
Commissions signed by the Lord Lieutenant of the County Palatine of Chester.
The Earl of Chester's Regiment of Yeomanry Cavalry■
Lieutenant Edward Marsland to be Captain, vice Tatton, resigned. Dated 10th March 1851.
William McEwen, M.D. M.R.C.S. to bs AssistantSurgeon, vice Deane, deceased. Dated 10th March 1851.
Commission signed by the Lord LJentenant of the County of t/ie City of Edinburgh.
Edinburgh Regiment of Militia.
William Nathaniel Fraser, Gent, to be Lieutenant, vice Harvey, deceased. Dated 13th March
LONDON GAZETTE of MARCH 21, 1851.
THIS Gazette contains two Orders in Council) dated the 7th day of March 1851, approving the schemes duly prepared by the Ecclesiastical Commissioners for England—
For substituting a money payment to the prebendary of Bishop's Norton, in the cathedral church of Lincoln, for the property belonging to his prebend.
For authorizing the sale of certain property formerly belonging to the prebend of Litton, in the cathedral church of Wells.
War-Office, 21st March 1851.
7th Regiment of Dragoon Guards, Lieutenant James William Balfour, from the 89th Foot, to be Lieutenant, vice Gray, who exchanges, Dated 21st March 1851. 13th Regiment of Foot, Charles William Woodroffe. Gent, to be Assistant-Surgeon. Dated 21sl March 1851. 19th Foot, Lieutenant Maurice Lynch Blake, . from half-pay 57th Foot, to be Lieutenant, vice JoJohn Phillipps, who exchanges. Dated 21 si and parch 1851.
Surgeon Duncan Affleck, from the 74th Foot, to be Staff Surgeon of the Second Class, vice Fraser, appointed to the 74th Foot. Dated 21st March 1851.
Assistant-Surgeon John Rambaut, from the Ceylon Rifle Regiment, to be Assistant-Surgeon to the Forces, vice Croft, appointed to the Ceylon Rifle Regiment. Dated 21st March 1851.
The Christian names of Ensign Adams, of the 20th Foot, are "George IJewish," not "Uuish* as previously stated.
The date of the commission of Lieutenant Geddes Sansoni Twynam, of the 61st Regiment of Foot, is the 14th March 1851, and not 12th March 1851, as stated in the Gazette of 14th instant.
Horse Guards, 21st March, 1851.
The Queen having been pleased to signify her assent to a measure, which has been proposed by the Court of Directors of the East India Company, of granting, a Medal to the surviving Officers and Soldiers of the Crown, who were engaged in the services in India enumerated in the accompanying list:—
Officers and Soldiers, who consider thai they may have a claim to receive such Medal, are eaeh to apply,—the General Officers, through the So eretary of the Commander-in-Chief of the Army;—
The Staff Officers, through the General Officers under whom they served,—if alive,—if no* aim. through the Adjutant General of the Arnvy}—«