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Bond. Mrs. P. Hocks. Mrs. M. Le riner, ship, Jenny. Mrs. A. O’Brien. Gorde. Mrs. M. E. Friend. Lady of Mr. M. Featherston. Miss F. C. Forster. the late Mr. R. Duncan. Lieutenant D. C Trewer, esq. Mr. A. Thomson. Sharp, 15th regiment Native infantry. Mrs. J. Elliott. Ensign J. Baseman. Lieutenant W. Jolly, 11th Native infantry. Mrs. J. C. Adams. Mr. H. Amor". J.
Mrs. C. Kended. Mr. L. Johnson, ma
January.—Lieutenant R. Jones to Miss M. JUN F.—Lieutenant C Rundall, head assisA. Freshbier. J. Irwing, esq to Miss C. tant in the depa trnent of military audistory. Captain N. Allen, of the country tor-general, to Miss H. Bell. W. Peyton, service, to Miss J. Lanoy. esq., surgeon, to Eliza, youngest daughter
FE BRUARY.-J. Goldie, esq. to Miss Lat- of the late J. Robertson Captain Groube, ter. royal navy, to Mrs Watson, daughter of
Ma a c H.—Captain J. Warren, of his ma- the late J Dodson, esq. jesty's 33d regiment, to Miss A. L. Mar- JU i v —W. Cook, esq. of the honourable
cilly. I.ieutenant R. A. Willis, 2d battalion, 9th regiment of foot, B. N. I. to Miss A Brown. J. Annesly, esq., surgeon, to Miss C Oliver. Power, 2d battalion, 26th regiment, to Miss Power. Captain J. Carter, his majesty's 84th regiment of foot, to Miss C. A. R. Von Albedyh. Mr. G. Miles to Mrs. D. Johnson. A P R 1 —A. H. Kelsc, esq. to Miss M. R. Colbeorusen. . MAY. – R Alexander, esq. 2d member of the board of revenue to Miss G Blacker. Captain Kelly, 2d egiment, native infantry, to Miss M-Dowall. Lieutenant W. B Spry, of the honourable company's service, to Miss M. Carey R. H. Young, esq. to Miss E. Wetherell. Lieutenant J Mathews, 2d battalion 19th reciment, Native infantry, to Miss A. V. Adam, Lieutenant J. H. Frith, 2d bat alion. artillery, to Miss S. Notley. Captain R. Sale, of his majesty's 12th legiment of foot, to Miss F. Wynch.
company's service to Miss Scouler. Lieut. and adjutant Ewing, 2d battalion, 24th regiment, native infantry to Miss J. E. John. Quarter master T. Hubbart of his majesty's 22d iight dragoons, to Mrs. Gunning. Lieutenant W. L. Cane, his majesty's 80th regiment, to Harriet fifth daughter of E 1.ucas, esq.
sens. Mr. quarter-master and adjutant
son. The lady of captain R. H. Fotheringham of engineers, of a daughter, The lady of lieutenant Michael Smith, of the 3d regiment, Native infantry, of a son, The lauy of captain C. H. Powell, of the 21st regiment, Native infantry, of a daughter, The lady of lieutenant Gwatkin, 7th regiment Bengal Native infantry, of a son The lady of captain Molesworth, 5th regiment, Native infantry, of a daughter March.--The lady of H. Spottiswood, esq. of the civil service, of a son. The lady of captain Prendergast, of a son. The lady of G. Moore, esq. of the civil service, of a daughter. The lady of H. Taylor, esq of the civil service, of a daughter. The lady of A. Falconer, esq. of a son. At Cochio, be Lady of Lieutenant James Browne, 2d bat, 13 h Regt. of a daughter. At Pongicherry, the Lady of Lieutenant-colonel H. Hall, of a stillborn child. At Tianquebar, the Lady of Capt. Marett, 24th Régt. N. I. of a son. AP kit.—At Soringapatam, the Lady of }. Middleton, Esq. Quarter-master of H. M. 8oth regiment, of a son. At Vizagapatan: the lady of S. Skinner, Esq. 3rd judge of the circuit court, at Chittoor, of a son. At Pondicherry, the Lody of Major VVelch, of a daughter. At 1 richiropoly, the Lady of Capt. Robbins, of II. M. so regiment, of a daughter. At Masuspatam, the Lady of C plain H Yarde, of a daughter. As Ganjam, the Lady of Major G. A. Muat, of a son. Val Y I
of the 13th regiment, Native infantry, of a
son. AU cus r.—At the Mount, the lady of captain Taynton, of the artillery, of a son. At Columbo, the lady of R. Wheeler, esq. of a son. At Nagore, lady E. Richardson, of a daughter. At the Presidency, the lady of T. Goad, esq. of a son. At the Presidency, the lady of A. Kennedy, esq. of a son. At Arcot, the lady of cornet Ellis, his majesty's 22d light dragoons, of a son. See T E M B ; R.—At Hydrabad, the lady of captain Orrok, his majesty's 33d regiment, of a son. . At Cuddalore, the lady of J. G. Ravenshaw, esq. of a son. At Gooty, the lady of lieutenant-colonel Bowness, of a daughter. At Negapatam, the lady of J. Cotton, esq. of a daughter. ... At Pondicherry, the lady of major T. Gurnell, of the 2d batt. 25th regiment Native infantry, of a son. At Negapatam, the lady of captain J. B. Wainhouse, of invaiids, of a son. The lady of J. Brown,
. Carr, of the 1st batt. 8th regiment of
stive infantry. Avadanum P. Braminy. Mr. Z. Połock, o assessor. At Masu'ipatan, unajor Godfrey, of the non-effective establishment. The infant daughter of J. Plunkett, csq. . At Bangalore, major Davis, his majesty's 25th dragoons. Mr. J. Myers. FEBRUARY. — Cornet King, of his majesty's 8th light dragoons. Captain Vincent, 1st bat. 20th regiment Native infantry. Rev. J. Laurence, superior of the Roman Catholic church. G. R. Moss, aged 12 years, son of Mr. C. Moss, At Canilaunre, lieutenant J. S. Cole, 1s: batt. 2d regiment Native infantry. M.A. &c H.-At Salem, the lady of J. Rich, csq. assistant surgeon. A. Madras, ensign Newtnan, 19th segiment Native infantry. At Rangoon, Mr. C. Burns, formerly in his majesty's service in Ceylon. With colonel Wallace's detachment, lieutenant J. Key, 1st batt: 6th regiment B. Native infantry. Mrs. E. Heal, and her infant daughter. At Seringapatan, major T. Whone, 2d batt. 19th Native infantry. C. Maxtone, esq. senior merchant in the **::curable company's civil scivice. At
Camp, in Travancore, captain G. Birch, of the 1st batt. 4th regiment Native in: fantry.
15th regiment. At Seringapatan, ensign Cleland; 2d batt, 12th regiment N. I. At Hydrabad, Mrs. M. C. Heyne, lady of B. Heyne, esq. surgeon. At Madura, lieutenant J. Carroll, his majesty's 69th regiment. At Chittoor, Mrs. Whitlie, relict of the late major Whitlie, of the 19th regiment Native infantry. At Palam. cottah, J. Stock, esq. assistant-surgeon, 1st batt, 4th regiment Native infantry. At Poonamallee, lieutenant P. Newall, M. E. regiment.
MA. Y. —At Ganjam, the infant son of mu
jor G. A. Muat. At the Presidency, C. Westcott, esq. senior merchant and member of the board of trade. At Seroor, col. Wallace, commanding the subsidiary force. At Trichinopoly, captain Corry, paymaster of his majesty's 69th regiment. At Cannanore, the infant son of J. Middleton, esq. quarter master of his majesty's 80th regiment. At Ganjam. Mr. J. Veyrnot. At Cuddalore, E. Campbell, esq. At Pulicat, the infant daughter of J. C. Vischer, esq. Dutch fiscal.
miniature palater. At Masulipatapo, J.
Street, esq. surgeon of the zillah of Masuli .. At Bellary, lady Ogilby. At Waltair, near Vizagapatam, caused by an apoplectic fit. Mr. J. Turing, son of Sir R. Turing, bart. Mrs. C. Limb. Mrs. H. Mags. Lately at the Cape of Good Hope, lieutenant J. H. Hamilton, of his majesty's 93d regiment, formerly lieutenant in the Native infantry, on this establishment. July.—At Seringapatam, B. Hodgson, esq. of the Bombay civil service, 3d judge of the provincial court of appeal and circuit for the western division. At Madura, lieutenant Thompson, of his majesty's 12th foot. At Madras, H. Inman, esq. At the Mount, Mrs. V. Cabau. At Cuddalore, R. Kinchant, esq. commercial resident at that factory, . a senior merchant on this establishment. At Wallajahbad, the infant son of major T. Gurnell, of the 2d batt: 25°h regiment Native infantry, aged 11 months. At Pulicat, Dr. C. Latouche. At Madras, Mr. Salkeld, teacher of the Harp. Mrs. J. Birkes. AU cus T.-At his Garden-house, Dr. J. Anderson, physician-general and president of the medical board at this presidency. At Vizagapatam, B. Roebuck, esq. of the hon. company's civil service. At Gooty, Mrs. Johnson, wife of captain G. Johnson, his majesty's 34th regiment. SEPT EM B E R.—T. Malcolm, esq., brother of brigadier-general Malcolm, of this establishment. At Jaggeraaickporam, Miss A. D. Topander, daughter jo. S. Topander, esq. in the Dutch civil service. At Seringapatam, the infant son of major
Freese. At Palamcottah, H. Wise, esq. staff surgeon, Travancore. Mr. J. #. Talbot.
Oct on F. R.—Lieutenant Yule, of his majesty's 69th regiment. At Poonamalle,
the lady of W. M'Intosh, esq. surgeon on this establishment. At Mangalore. captain T. C. Gordon, 1st batt, 8th regiment Native infantry. In Camp, near Canoul, on the left bank of the Tumboodra, lieutenant M. De Salaberry, of the 2d battalion Royal regiment. At Jaggernaik pooram, the youngest son of Dr. Heyne, of the hon, company's 8th regimeat Native cavalry. At Bangalore, ensign C. Charlesworth, 2d batt, 15th regiment Native infantry. At Wallajāhbad, quarter-master and acting paymaster A. Stewart, of his majesty's fath regiment. . At Seringapatam, captain J. Turner, of the 2d batt. 15th regiment Native infantry. At Yanam, J. Aucet, esq.
Brasette, engineer and Dutch prisoner of war. At Bellary, captain Bourke, of his majesty's 86th regiment. Mr. G. Bold, merchant. At Onore, major A. Muirhead, 1st batt. 18th regiment Native infantry. At Rajahmundry, lieut. Bruce, 1st batt. 11th regiment Native infantry. At Chittledroog, lieutenant Jeffries, od batt. 3d regiment Native infantry. At Tachinore, near Palancottah, C. W. Young, esq. free merchant. At Patnah, at the house of C. Keating, esq. Mrs. Keating, the lady of the Rev. W. A. Keating, of the Madras establishment, aged 30 years.
esq. At Bellary, captain J. Campbell, 12th regiment of Native infantry, and deputy judge advocate of the ceded districts. Mr. J. Baggot, master attendant at Tuticorin. At Chittledroog, lieutenant J. Stewart, 2d batt. 13th regiment Native infantry. Mr. A. Goodall, tailor. Mr. J. Gordon, cadet of cavalry.