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3rd West India Regiment, Captain Vere Webb, from half-pay Unattached, to be Captain, vice George William Molyneux Lovett, who exchanges, receiving the difference. Dated the 17th January 1851.
Lieutenant Henry Crofton to be Captain, by purchase, vice Webb, who retires. Dated 17th January 1851.
Ensign James Dugald Thomson to be Lieutenant, by purchase, vice Crofton. Dated 17th January 1851.
William Henry Wilson Hawtayne, Gent, to be Ensign, by purchase, vice J. D. Thomson. Dated 17th January 1851.
Assistant-Surgeon Francis Smith, from the 86th Foot, to be Assistant-Surgeon to the Forces, vice Bone, who exchanges. Dated 17th Jannary 1851.
Major Henry Phipps Raymond, from the 1st Foot,
to be Lieutenant-Colonel, by purchase. Dated
17th January 1851. Lieutenant John Henry Grant, from the 2nd
Foot, to be Captain, without purchase. Dated
17th January 1851.
Major Lawrence Brown, of the 1st or Grenadier Regiment of Foot Guards, to be LieutenantColonel in the Army. Dated 9th November 1846.
Captain Lawrence Brown, of the 1st or Grenadier Regiment of Foot Guards, to be Major in the Army. Dated 22nd July 1880.
CaptainiVere Webb, of the 3rd West India Regiment, to be Major in the Army. Dated 9th November 1846.
Assistant Commissary-General Edward Alphonso
Frederick Cowan, Assistant Commissary-General William Flockaart
to be Deputy Commissanes-General. Deputy Assistant Commissary-General William
Spearman Archer, Deputy Assistant Commissary-General John
Salusbury Davenport, Deputy Assistant Commissary-General James
Augustus Erskine, Deputy Assistant Commissary-General Henry
Clarke to be Assistant Commissaries-General. Commissariat Clerk Thomas Forsyth Moore, Commissariat Clerk Lathan William Blacker, Commissariat Clerk George B Bennett, Commissariat Clerk Frederick George Swan, Commissariat Clerk George Augustus Dougan, Commissariat Clerk George SheermanDwight, Commissariat Clerk Frederick Peter Woollcombe, to be Deputy Assistant Commissanes-General. The said several Commissions to bear date the 28th December 1850.
The Christian names of Lieutenant Robertson, of the 60th Foot, are "Robert Jameson Eustace," not Jamieson, as previously stated.
The Christian names of Brevet Colonel Hoys, of the 45th Foot, are "Edmund French," not "Edward," as previously stated.
Lieutenant-Colonel George Cochrane, upon halfpay of the Ceylon Rifle Regiment, has been permitted to retire from the Army, by the sale of an Unattached Lieutenant-Colonelcy, he being about to become a settler in Ceylon. Dated 17th January 1851.
Commissions signed by the Lord Lieutenant of the
Prince Alberts Own Leicestershire Yeomanry
Cornet Sir Frederick William Heygate to be
Lieutenant, vice Martin, resigned. Dated 23rd
October 1850. Frederick Palmer, Esq. to be Lieutenant, vice
Burnaby, resigned. Dated 23rd October 1350. Thomas Henry Pares, Gent, to be Cornet, vice
Coleman, appointed to 3rd Light Dragoons.
Dated 23rd September 1850. Charles Bosworth Martin, Gent, to be Cornet,
vice Heygate, promoted. Dated 23rd October
1850. William Seddon, Gent, to be Cornet, vice Tailby,
promoted. Dated 20th November 1850.
LONDON GAZETTE of JANUARY 2 J, 1851.
Foreign'Office, January 17, 1851.
THE Queen has been pleased to approve of Mr. John Hellicar as Consul at Newport for His Majesty the King of Hanover.
Commission signed by the Lord Lieutenant of the County of Worcester.
The Queen's Own Worcestershire Regiment of Yeomanry Cavalry.
Robert Charles Courtenay Throckmorton, Gent. to be Cornet, vice Watson, deceased. Dated 8th January 1851.
Then follows a warrant of the Lorda Commissioners of Her Majesty's Treasury, dated, the 16th day of January 1851, appointing, under the authority of "An Act to amend the laws relating to the Customs," an additional legal quay for the lading and unlading of goods within the port of Glasgow.
COURT OF QUEEN'S BENCH.
Hilary Term, 14th Victoria.
January 21, 1851. This Court will, on Saturday the 1st day of February next, Monday the 3rd, Friday the 7th, Saturday the 8th, Monday the 10th, and five following days, hold Sittings, and will proceed in disposing of the business now pending in the Special Paper, and the business now pending in the Paper of New Trials, and will also hold a Sitting on Saturday the 22nd day of February next, and give judgment in cases previously argued. The business taken will be the Country New Trials, and the demurrers in the Special Paper, and any other appointed cases.
By the Court.
LONDON GAZETTE of JANUARY 24, 1851.
Foreign-Office, January 21, 1851.
THE Queen has been pleased to approve of Mr. Augustus Dreutler as Consul at Sydney for the Free Hanseatic City of Bremen.
War-Office, 24th January 1851.
2nd Regiment of Foot, Lieutenant John Richard Jackson, from the 20th Foot, to be Lieutenant, vice Grant, promoted. Dated 24th January 1851.
3rd Foot, Captain John Floyd, from the 54th Foot, to be Captain, vice Swetenham, who exchanges. Dated 24th January 1851.
13rt Foot, Ensign William Henry Kerr to be Lieutenant, by purchase, vice Stanhope, who retires. Dated 24th January 1851.
30«A Foot, Captain Fowler Burton, from the 97th Foot, to be Captain, vice Robert William Smith, who retires on half-pay 97th Foot Dated 24th January 1851.
40rt Foot, Lieutenant Richard John Lechmere Coore to be Captain, by purchase, vice Todd, who retires. Dated 24th January 1851.
Ensign John Edward Brodhurst to be Lieutenant,