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MARRIAGES. 24. Richard, son of H. Smith, 20. At Chester, Roger Bamston, esq. of Peckham, to Mary, daughter esq. only son of col. Bamston, to of the rev. E. R. Williamson, of Selina, daughter of Dr. William Catmpon, Beds.
Thackeray. At Rosehill, Hants, col. 29. At Benenden, rev W. Marriott Thackeray, Royal Engineers to lady Smith Marriott, of Trinity college, Eliz. Carnegie, daughter of the earl Cambridge, son of sir John Wildof Northesk.
bore Smith, of Dorsetshire, rector Lately, At Clifton, Edward Mar- of Horsemonden, Kent, to Julia tin, esq. to Eliz. D. daughter of the Elizabeth, daughter of Thomas L. late Richard Zouch, of the Irish Hodges, esq. of Hemsted. treasury, cousin to earl of Lonsdale, and niece to Dr. Zouch, late prebendary of Durham.
GAZETTE PROMOTIONS. Harrowby.
4. J. H. Forbes, esq. lord of sesa
sion in Scotland, vice sir A. CampDECEMBER.
14. War-office. - 6th regiment 1. Donald, son of Alexander Foot : lieut -col. H. Sullivan, to be Tullock, esq. of Charles-street, St. lieut.-col. vice Gardiner, ret. James's-square, tc Anna, daughter Ceylon regiment: lieut.-col. H. F. of the late Christopher Foss, esq. of Muller to be lieut.-col. vice Sullivan. Portman-street.
17. Admiral sir Edward ThornAt Bath, John Ormond, esq. of borough, and adm. sir Eliab Harvey, Belmont, to Eliz., daughter of the to be knights grand crosses of the late H. Church, esq. of Twicken- bath.-Rear-admiral W. C. Fahie, ham.
to be K. C. B. At St. Mary's, Mary-le-bone, 22.-Right hon. Percy Clinton baron Lorentz, to Miss Mills, daugh- Sydney, viscount Strangford, amter of the late James Mills, esq. of bassador extraordinary and plenipoJamaica.
tentiary to the Ottoman Porte,created John Fell, esq. of Alverstone, by patent a baron of Great Britain banker, to Isabella, daughter of and Ireland, by the title of baron Samuel Gregson, esq. of Lancaster. Penshurst, of Penshurst co. Kent,
3. Alexander Robert Sutherland, to him and his heirs male. M. D. of Parliament-street, to 24. War-office.—2nd foot, brevet Maria, daughter of H. L. Thomas, lieut. col. James Florence de Burgh esq. of Leicester-place.
to be lieut.-col.-Capt. John John5. At Southampton, capt. Ander- stone to be major. son, R. N. to Miss Brett.
31st ditto: lieut.-col. Jas. Cassidy At Cheltenham, George Best to be lieut.-col. Robinson, esq.
eldest son of sir G. Abercrombie Robinson, bart. to NAVAL PROMOTIONS. Louisa, daughter of the late maj.
Commanders to be post captains.gen. Douglas.
William Simpson, Robert Heriot At dowager lady Saltoun's
Barclay, Alexander Dundas Young cottage, near Inverness, William
ECCLESIASTICAL PREFERMENTS. 17. In London, baron de Kolli, to Miss Marian Hammersley, formerly Rev. T. Nayler, domestic chaplain of the Liverpool theatre.
to the duke of York. VOL.LXVII.
PROMOTIONS. Rev. E. J. Crawley, chaplain to the Donegal County.-Earl of Mount household of the duke of Clarence. Charles, vice his brother, deceased.
Rev. J. Sandford, chaplain to the Newport.--Hon.John Stuart, 2nd marquis of Queensbury.
son of the earl of Moray, vice Holmes, Rev. E. J. Keane, chaplain to the deceased. colony of New South Wales and dependencies.
1. Office of Ordnance.-Royal reg. Militia, of East Riding, county of husband to be lieut.-col. vice Brome,
of Artillery, major Charles Younge York, John Broadley, esq. to be
deceased. lieut.-col.-comm. vice Wray, dec.Earl of Kellie to be colonel of the
- War-office.-The 24th foot to Fifeshire Militia, vice earl of Morton, in addition to any other badges or
bear on its colours and appointments, resigned. 8. Foreign-office.-The duke of devices heretofore granted, the word
• Peninsula,” in commemoration of extraordinary and plenipotentiary 2nd battalion in the Peninsula, under to the king of France, on occasion of his coronation.
the duke of Wellington, from April
1809 to July 1814. Right hon. Frederick Lamb, envoy
4. Unattached. extraordinary and minister plenipo- M Caskill to be lieutenant-col. of
Major John tentiary at the Court of his most Catholic majesty.
Infantry. 11. War-office. --2nd foot : lieut.- lieut. col.
Ray to be colonel.-Major
22. War-office.-Royal Artillery: col. John Williams, from half-pay, Crawford to be lieut.-col. ; and capt. to be lieut.-col. vice De Burgh. 26. Edward Cromwell Disbrowe,
and brevet lieut.-col. sir John May
to be major. esq. late secretary to his majesty's legation, and chargé d'Affaires 'in
Foreign-office. Charles Rich. Switzerland, to be "secretary to the Vaughan to be his majesty's envoy embassy at St. Petersburgh.
extraordinary and minister plenipoHon. William Henry Fox-Strang- tentiary to the United States of
America. ways to be secretary to his majesty's
23. Carlton House.-Sir Thomas legation at Florence.
Phillips, of Middle-hill, bart. be
sheriff of Worcestershire ; and F. Civil PREFERMENTS. Roberts, of Gerddibluog, to be
sheriff of Merionethshire. G. W. Ricketts, esq. puispe judge The duke of Northumberland, and at Madras; since knighted. right hon. Charles Vaughan, sworn
G. Franks, esq. puisne judge at of his majesty's privy council. Calcutta.
25. Office of Ordnance.-Corps of
Royal Engineers : major general MEMBERS RETURNED TO PARLIA- Humfray to be col. To be colonels :
lieut.-col. E. Durnford, and G.
Whitmore. To be lieutenant-cols.: Brackley.-James Bradshaw, esq. brevet majors T. Fyers, H. M. G. captain R. N. vice Wrottesley, dec. Vigoreaux, and G. Buchanan, col.
Bramber.-Hon. Arthur Gough C. G. Ellicombe ; brevet major E. Calthorpe, vice Wilberforce, Chiltern Fanshaw; brevet lieut.-col. Macleod; Hundreds.
brevet major Douglas.
the royal Portuguese military Order
of the Tower and Sword. GAZETTE PROMOTIONS.
Sir T. J. Cochrane, knight, capt.
in R. N. to be governor and com2. Office of Ordnance.--Royal reg. mander-in-chief of the island of of Artillery: sir A. Dickson, K.C.B. Newfoundland and its dependencies. tobelieut. col.-Brevet major Rogers to be major.
MEMBERS RETURNED TO PARLIALieutenant-colonel Fearon of the 31st foot, to be a companion of the Order of the Bath.
Carlisle.-Sir P. Musgrave, vice
Clifton Dartmouth Hardness.-J. and Samuel Edward Cook, com
H. Cooper, esq. vice Stanhope,
Chiltern Hundreds. mandant, to wear the insignia of
Berkshire.-R. Palmer, esq. vice honorary knights commanders of
Neville. the royal military Order of the Tower and Sword.
Petersfield. - Col. Lushington,
vice Musgrave. 5. Captain Dashwood, to wear the insignia of a knight grand cross,
Wigan.-James Lindsey, of Baland captain Elliot, of the Lively, carras, county
of Fife, vice Lindsay,
Chiltern Hundreds. that of a knight commander of the Portuguese Order of the Tower and
MAY. Sword. 8. War-office.—27th regiment of
GAZETTE PROMOTIONS. foot, brevet lieut.-col. Hare to be lieut.-col.
9. Whitehall.-William Woods, Major De Bathe, from the 85th esq. Bluemantle, to be Norfolk foot, to be lieut.-col. of Infantry. herald extraordinary.
9. Office of Ordnance. Royal 13. War-office.-Coldstream Gds : Engineers : brevet major Cunning- captain C. Shawe, to be captain and ham to be lieut-col.
lieutenant-colonel. 10 Lord Chamberlain's Office. 50th foot : breyet, lieut.-col. J. Windsor Edwin Baynton Sandys, Campbell to be major. esq. eldest son of sir Edwin 'B. 80th foot : lieut.-general sir R. S. Sandys, bart. knighted.
Donkin, K.C. B. to be colonel. 12. Sir W. Clinton to be lieut.- Cape Corps : lieutenant-col. H. general of the Ordnance.
Somerset, to be lieutenant-colonel. Lord Forbes to be high commis- Unattached.-Captain J. Simpson sioner to the general assembly of to be lieut.-col. of Infantry. the Church of Scotland.
Brevet.-M. W. Forest, of the 19. Foreign-office.-Sir Richard East India Company's service, to Clayton, bart. to be his majesty's be lieut. col. in the East Indies only. consul at Nantes, and the ports and Staff : Major D. M‘Dougall to be places in the departments of the inspecting field officer of Militia in Lower Loire and of La Vendée. Nova Scotia, with the rank of lieut.
Captain Edward Brace, R. N. to col. wear the insignia of the royal Sar- 14. Sir Benjamin Bloomfield, K. dinian military Order of St. Maurice C. B. to be a peer of Ireland by the and St. Lazare.
title of baron Bloomfield, of OakLieuts. W. Walker, J. Somerville, hampton and Redwood, county of C. R. Dashwood, E. Pitts, and J. Tipperary. De Courcey Dashwood, and R. 24. Viscount Strangford, K.B. to Purkis Hillyar, M. D. surgeon, all be ambassador extraordinary and of his majesty's ship Windsor Castle, plenipotentiary to the emperor of to wear the insignia of a knight of Russia.
PROMOTIONS. The right hon. Stratford Canning, The hon. W. Cust to be a comto be ambassador extraordinary and missioner of the Customs. plenipotentiarytothe Ottoman Porte. Major-general Ralph Darling, to
Major-gen. 'sir James Campbell, be governor and commander-in-chief K.C. B. to be governor of Grenada. of New South Wales and Van Die
Major-gen. sir Patrick Ross, to be men's Land. governor of Antigua.
27. War-office. -- An extensive ECCLESIASTICAL PREFERMENTS. brevet has taken place in the higher grades, which has caused promotions The rev. J. Rudge, D.D. has been to the rank of general: From lieut.- appointed, by the duke of York, one gen. William Scott, to lieut.-gen. of his royal highness's domestic lord Beresford, G.C.B. inclusive. chaplains. To that of lieutenant-general: From The rev. G. Vanbrugh, B.C.L. major-gen. Raymond,
to major-gen. rector of Aughton, to a prebend in lord Aylmer, inclusive. To that of Wells cathedral. major-general, as far down as col. The rev. E. G. A. Beckwith, M.A. Chas. Manners; and proportionably to a minor canonry in the church of in the lower rank.
St. Peter's, Westminster.
The rev. J. Timbrell, D.D. to the ECCLESIASTICAL PREFERMENTS. archdeaconry of Gloucester, with
the rectory of Dursley annexed. Dr. Burgess, bishop of St. David's, translated to the see of Salisbury,"
JULY. vice Fisher, deceased. Dr. John Banks Jenkinson, dean
GAZETTE PROMOTIONS. of Worcester, promoted to the see of St. David's.
Unattached, Rev. Chas, Pilkington, prebendary Major Fitzgerald, 95th Foot, to be of Eartham, in the cathedral of lieut.-col. Infantry, vice Pratt. Chichester, a canon residentiary of 2. Major-generals sir J. Campthat cathedral, vice Toghill. bell, sir E. Blakeney, sir J. Mac
Rev. W. Hewson, chancellor and lean, sir R. D. Jackson, sir H. F, canon residentiary of the cathedral Bouverie, lord H. Somerset, and church of St. David's.
rear-admiral sir T. M. Hardy, to
be knts. comm. of the Bath. Maj.MEMBER RETURNED TO PARLIA- general sir T. Munro, governor of
Madras, to be a bart. of the United
Kingdom. Beeralston.- Hon. Percy Ash- 4. Major-general Bourk, to be burnham, vice Percy deceased. lieutenant-governor of the Eastern
District of the Cape of Good Hope. JUNE.
9. War-office. Unattuched.
Major Drummond, 72nd Foot, to GAZETTE PROMOTIONS.
16. Coldstream regiment, of Foot Lieutenant-general sir H. Turner, guards, colonel J. Macdonnell to be K.C and K. Č. H. to be governor lieutenant-colonel ; lieut.-colonel J. and commander-in-chief of the Ber. Hamilton to be inajor, with the mudas or Somers Islands.
rank of colonel ; lieutenant-colonel J. H. Hudson, esq. a page of W. H. Raikes to be major, with the honour to his majesty in ordinary, rank of colonel, vice Macdonnell ; in the room A. W. Torrens, esq. brevet lieutenant-colonel G. Bowles, promoted.
and brevet major sir C. A. F. BenViscount Maynard, to be lord tinck; lieutenant-colonel G. Fitzlieutenant of Essex.
Clarence, vice Hamilton; lieut..
PROMOTIONS. colonel F. Russel, vice Raikes, to Rev. John Langley, of Worcester, be captains and lieutenant-colonels. domestic chaplain to the earl of
95th ditto, major W. G. Cameron, Stirling. 1st or Gren. regiment to be lieut.colonel vice Brown; lieutenant
AUGUST. colonel A. C. Wylly, to be lieut.colonel vice Cameron.
Gazette PROMOTIONS. Unattached. -Captain J. H. J. 2. The hon. Algernon Percy, to Stapleton, 3rd regiment Foot guards, be minister plenipotentiary to the to be lieutenant-colonel ; captain J. confederated Swiss Cantons ; HaA. Schreiber, 6th Dragoon guards, milton H. C. Hamilton, esq. to be to be major. Brevet: to be aides- secretary to the embassy at Paris; de-camp to his majesty, with the and hon. John Bloomfield, to be rank of colonel in the army; lieut.. secretary to his majesty's legation colonel R. C. St. John lord Clinton ;
at Stutgardt. and lieutenant-colonel C. Morland,
12. War-office. — Unattached.9th light Dragoons.
Captain Hall, 3rd Foot guards, to 16. Sir Philip Egerton, of Egerton, be lieutenant-colonel. and Oulton-park, Cheshire, to be a
13. Foreign-office.-John Tasker baronet, to use the surname of Williams, esq. to be commissary Grey, in addition to, and before, judge to the several mixed commisthat of Egerton, and bear the arms
sions established at Sierra Leone, of Grey de Wilton, quarterly with for the prevention of the illegal those of Egerton; as his late bro
traffic in slaves, ther did.
William-Sharp M'Leay, esq. to 29. War-office. — Unattached.- be commissioner of arbitration to To be lieutenant colonels, majors the mixed British and Spanish court R. N. Nickle, from 88th regiment, of commission established at the and Benjamin Harding, from 6th
The hon. and rev. Geo. Neville,
master of Magdalen college, CamMEMBER RETURNED
bridge, to use the name of Grenville, in addition, and after that of
Neville, and also to bear the arms Tyrone.—The hon. Henry Thos. of Grenville. Lowry Corry, of Ahenis, county
26. War-office.-Ceylon regiment, Tyrone, and of Castlecoole, Fer
brevet lieutenant-colonel Hook, to managh, vice Stewart.
Unattached. — Brevet lieutenant. ECCLESIASTICAL PREFERMENTS.
col. Hare, 12th Foot, to be lieut..
colonel of Infantry. Rev. Walter Fletcher, to a prebendal stall in York cathedral.
ECCLESIASTICAL PREFERMENTS. Rev. James Johnson, to the prebendal stall of Hampton, in Here- Rev. Jas. Hooke, LL. D. deanery ford cathedral.
of Worcester. Rev. C. Nixon, to a prebendal Rev. J. D. Coleridge, a prebend stall in Southwell collegiate church, in Exeter cathedral. Notts.
Rev. J. Lonsdale, a prebend of Rev. J. Cross, to be precentor, Lincoln cathedral. and rev. W. Miller a minor canon Rev. T. Gaisford, 2nd prebend of of Bristol cathedral.
Worcester cathedral. Rev. R. Richards, domestic chap- Rev. Jos. Algar, chaplain to lord lain to the duke of Sussex.
Clinton. Rev. G. G. Smith, domestic chap- Rev. D. Clementson, chaplain to lain to the duke of York.