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or offence, had been committed in any other part of his jurisdiction. Second. Under the foregoing clause, the magistrates are, of course, empowered to issue their warrants, and summonses against any person residing in the cantonments and military bazars, in the same manner as if such persons resided in any other part of their jurisdiction; and the commanding officers of stations are hereby required to afford every protection to the officers of the iudges, magistrates, and justice of the peace, in the discharge of the duty entrusted to them, whether any special a plicatio shallhave been made to them for such aid or support, or otherwise. IV. On receipt of this regulation, the limits of the cantonments, including the military bazars attached thereto, at which any division or corps of the army, or any considerable detachment, not being less than half a battalion, may be quartered, shall be fixed by the conmanding officer in conce it with the magistrate. The commanding officer at each of those stations will accordingly submit to government, through the usual channel, as soon as circulost.inces may conveniently admit, a report, framed in concert with the magistrate of the districts, in which the cantonments may be situated, upon the local
limits of the cantonments, forwarding,
at the same time, any separate remarks which the magistrate may wish to make on the subject, for the final orders of the governor general in council. V. The above rules shall be considered applicable to all cantonments, in which any considerable body of the troops, not being less than half a cattalion, is quartered, whether the cantonments be situated at the place of residence of the judge and magistrate, or in any other part of the district.
7th regiment of Native infantry, to be Aide-de-canop to his lordship, in the room of lieutenant Mathew Stewart, from the 6th of May last General orders, by the honourable the vice-president in council. G. O. Fort Willi AM, Oct 17, 1800. Ordered, that the following paragraphs of general letters from the honourable court of directors, dated the oth and 21st April, 1809, be published in general orders.
General letter, dated 6th April, 1800. 08. Having maturely considered the representations from the officers of the engineer corps, and being convinced that the promotion in that branch of our service has been unusually retarded; some of the captain lieutenants and subalterns having served from 24 to 26 years. We have agreed to the following establishment for the engineer corps, which is to take place from the 1st of January, 1808, but the officers promoted in consequence, are to receive the difference of pay only from that date. Presentestablishment. 1 colonel. 1 lieut. colonel, 1 major, 4 capt. lieuts. 8 lieute. norts, Sensigns; total 27. Establishment now directed : 1 colonel, 2 lieut.-cols, 2 roajors, 9 captains, 8 lieutenants. * ensigns. Total 30.
Fort St. George, Feb. 21, 1 S00.— The honourable the governor in council is pleased to direct, that when commanding officers of corps shall be absent on duty, they shall be permitted to draw the full batta of their rank, without deduction, and that the allowance granted under these circumstances by the general order of the 9th of december last to the next senior officer in the temporary command of such corps, shall be considered as a public charge.
The honourable the governor in cons. cil is pleased to direct, that from and after the 1st of March next, the allowance of 30 fanan's per month, granted to officers commanding, or in charge of, troops of cavalry, European and Native. for providing shoes, head and heel ropes,
das, at the rate of 45 fanams per pagoda, and discharged as such by the different paymasters. Aug 18, 1809 –The honourable the governor in council is pleased to cancel the 1st and 2d paragraphs of the G. O. under date the 13th October 1807, and to establish tie following reles instead; 1st. Every officer, proceeding on duty on board a ship of war, Indiana.1, or country ship, shall lective, ouring the period he continues on board, the difference between the half and full batta of his rank, and four rupees a day as passage, money, exclusive of his ordinary garrison allowances. 24. Officers proceeding on duty on board Indiamen or country ships, shall pay to the commanders of these vessels the allowance of 4 rupees per diem above-mentioned, in consideration of which the commandels shall supply the of cers with accommodation, and a suitable table Officers of corps being in command of a division, detachment, [consisting of not less than three corps] or brigade of the army, shall be considered entitled to the difference between the half and full batta of their regimental rank, notwithstanding the regiment or battalion may be stationed within the division, or composing a part of the detachment or brigade of the army commanded by the senior officer of such corps; and that, when in the field, the officers above-mentioned shall be considered entitled to superior batta, agreeably to the G.O. of 10th June, 18.
Frequent applications being made to the inilitary board for supplies of station ary from the import warehouse, for the use of officers and departments not authorized to receive it, the honourable the governor in council is pleased to publish, for general information, that the following departments only are in future to receive stationary without payment, on indents passed by the military board.
Commander-in-chief's office, military board office, military auditor general's, military paymaster general's, adjutant general's othce, quarter master general's, chief engineer's, super
stations.—To be applied for through tho chief engineer, commandant of a tillery, commissary of stores in charge of the arsenal at the presidency, town-major's office. The G. O. of the 4th October, 1806, direct, that adjutants of corps in the h ncompany's service shall receive a certain quantity of stationary at prime cost, and it is not intended that this order should prevent a continuance of that indulgence. General orders l is government. Fort St Georch, Oct. 13.−The attention of government being unnecessarily interrupted by the frequent applications for advances of cash, made by officers about to rejoin the corps from which they were removed by the general orders, dated August 5th ; the right honourable the governor in council is pleased to direct, that every officer, proceeding to join his corps at the distance of 150 miles, shall receive an advance of cash in proportion to His rank, at the rates under-mentioned for every hundred miles exceeding the dis
Every officer proceeding from the
presidency to join his corps, and requiring an advance of cash, is to address the military auditor-general by lette (stating the distance of his corps and anyount of advance), who is authorized to pass an order upon the military paymaster at the presidency, to issue the amount. Officers proceeding from out-statious are to make similar application to #e paymasters within whose range of payment they may be situated, who are at thorised to pay the amount. These advances are to be made in the usual manner on regular abstracts, which are to be entered in the disbursements of the paymaster, who is directed to make them.
above directed, are to furnish the officer with a certificate, specifying the amount of the advance, and the date of which it is made, which shall be a voucher for the pay master, from whom he is to receive his next pay and allowances, to issue then. Public DEPARTMENT.-The right honourable the governor-general in council, having taken into consideration the peculiar circumstances in which a portion of the subscribers to the loans of the 10th June, 1808, and 5th May, 1800, are placed, in consequence of the measures of government for discharging the debt of this presidency, has come to the resolution of making a return of 3 per cent. on all cash subscriptions to the loan of June, 1608, which were, according to the 4th clause of that advertisement, subjected to the payment of a premium to that amount ; provided that the bond, at the period of its discharge at the treasury, continued to be the property of the original subscriber. A similar return of premium will
be made to all those creditors who made transfers of the public securities, and who paid the premium of two per cent. prescribed by the 6th clause of the same advertisement.
The premiuin of 4 per cent., taken from the original holders of bonds issued for cash subscriptions to the loan of the 5th May, 1809, will be repaid, on those bonds being discharged at the treasury, provided that they collanue to be the property of the origi, a sobscriber: the accountant-general, on application, will issue the necessary certificate for the return of premium to the parties entitled to it by this adWertiseulent.
In the event of any question arising regarding the return of premium under this advertisement, the governorgeneral in council reserves to himself the right of determining the same.
Published by order of the right honourable the governor-general in council.
A. FAlconAR, Chief sec. to govt.
JANUARY. The hon. J. R. Elphinstone, 3d judge of provincial court of appeal, &c. at Dacca. J. Ahmuty, judge and magistrate at Behar. C. Dumbleton, do. do. at Goruckpore. J. W. Grant, collector at Cawnpore. G. Hartwell, collector of Rageshahye. F. Morgan, assistant judge of Jessore. N. B. Edmonstone, chief secretary to goVernment. H. St. George Tucker, secretary in the public department. R. Beecher, salt agent at Tumlook. C. R. Crommelia, do. at Hidgellee. C. Sweedland, cominercial resident at BeIlares R. Brooke, do. at Luckipore, &c. C. Bayley, do. at Santipore. J. Ewer, assistant salt agent at Tumlook. W. B. Gordon, do. at Hidgellee.
C. Shakespear, collector of land revenue at Chittagong. G. Warde, assistant secretary to board of revenue. W. Money, deputy collector of Calcutta town duties. W. J. Harding. — R. Barlow. — H Robertson. — J. Lyon.—W. Forrester, and J. Furneaux, assistants in the office of the register of the Sudder Dewanny Adawlut, and Nazamut Adawiut. T. J. Plowden, assistant secretary to the board of trade. H. Chippendale, assistant to the collector of government custonis. G. Tod, and R. H. Tulloh, assistants to the secretary to the board of revenue. Mr. Moore, and R. Chamberlain, assistants to secretary to the board of commoSloners. T. B. S. Wilder, assistant to the collector of Mooradabad. T Brown, assistant to collectorat Cawnpore. T. Inglis, assistant to commercial resident at Soonamooky. N. McLeod, assistant to commercial resident at Patna. P. Brady, marshal of vice admiralty court. J. Wordsworth, proctor of do. J. Stanley, attorney and proctor, supreme Coult.
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Mr. M. Ricketts, deputy collector of customs at Mirzapore.
N. McCleod, assistant commercial resident, Pattia.
C. Moncton, 2d commercial assistant, RungPore.
MA. Y. E. Pond, assistant to salt agent at Cuttack. R. Morrison, a sistant to register of the Sudder Dewanny Adawlut, &c. &c. D. Morrison, assistant judge at Juanpore.
Capt. W. Franklin, regulating officers of the invalid Tannahs, at Bhau gulpore, and Tirhoot. Capt. L. Wiggins, 20th N I. to be deputy paymaster at Chunar. Capt. Sherwood, commissary of stores. Capt. M. W. Brown, assistant to do. Lieut. M. C. Webber, 7th N. I to be aid-de camp to the governor general. Hon Lieut. J. T. Aylmer, 8th N. I. do. Lieut. J. Maling, 9th N. I. Supernumerary, do.
E. Reg. Capt. lieut. E. Morris, to be capt. Lieut. H. Wood, to be capt, lieut. En. Irwin, to be lieut. Ensign P. Carleton to be lieut.
22d Reg. N. I. Capt lieut. L. H. Davy, to be capt. Lieut. J. F. Blackney, to be
Ensign E. Jeffreys, to be