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Military Promotions.

103d Ditto.- Lieutenant Thomas Curran M.Question, from the East Essex Militia, to be Ensign, without purchase, vice Jagger, whose appointment has not taken place.

41h West India Reginient.-- Assistant-Surgeon Edward Owen, from the 25th Foot, to be Surgeon, vice Loinsworth, appointed to the 60th Foot.

6th Ditto.'-Lieutenant William Jeffrce to be Adjutant, vice Walsh, appointed to the 12th Foot; Lieutenant Robert Gregg, from the Royal West India Rangers, to be Lieutenant, without purchase; Hospital-Mate Thomas Ketule, to be Assistant-Surgeon.

8th Ditto.-Hospital-Mate Alexander Hamilton, to be Assistant-Surgeon."

4th Ceylon Regiment.--Captain Thomas James, from the 36th Foot, to be Captain of a Company, vice Gillam, who exchanges.

1st Garrison Battalion. ---Etisign John Evans, from the 5th Foot, to be Ensign, vico Henderson, who exchanges.

4th Ditto.- Major Alexander Lawrence, from the 191b Foot, to be LieutenantColonel, vice Sir Charles Imuliaff, appointed Inspector of the Militia in Guernsey.

5th Royal Veteran Battalion- Assistant-Surgeon Thomas Batt, from the 2d Foot, to be Assistant-Surgeon, vice Macredie, promoted in the 71st Foot.

The King's German Legion. 1st Dragoons.-To be Cornets.-Regimental Serjeant-Major William Fricke, and Troop Serjeant-Major Henry Bosse.

24 Battalion of Light Infantry.---Lieutenant William Schaumann to be Captain of a Company, viçe Neussell, who resigns,

The Duke of Brunswick Oel's Corps,
Infantry.—Major, F. A. de Hutzberg to be Lieutenant-Colonel, with temporary
rank; Major Frederick de Dornberg, from the retired list, to be Major, with tempo.
rary rank, vice Hutzberg.

De Roll's Regiment.
Captain Nicholas Mulur 10 have permanent rank in the Army.

Chasseur's Britanniques.
Joseph Ignace de Goussencourt, Gent, to be Ensign, without purchase, vice Schmitt,
appointed to the York Light Infantry Volunteers,

Sicilian Regiment.
Lieutenant Charles William Thompson to be Captain of a Company, by purchase,
vice Wright, who retires.

York Light Infantry Volunteers.,
To be Lieutenants, without purchase. — Ensign Mark Clancey, vice De Brainey,
killed in action; Enrigns R. J. Hanley, John C. Roberts, William Chambers, and
Hamilton Morgan.

To be Ensigns. — Ensign Alexander Schmitt, from the Chasseurs Britanniques, vice
Clancey; Ensign Symkath, from dirlo, vice Hanley; Johr Walker, Gent. vice
Roberts; John Garden, Gent, vice Chambers; Thoinas Fitz Gibbon, Gent, vice Mor-
'gan.

Staff
Captain Thomas O'Neil, of the 9th Foot, to be an Assistant to the Quarter-Vaster-
General of the Forces, (with the rank of Major in the Army) vice Licutenant-Colonel
Paterson,

Ensign John Allen, from the Royal Scots, to bé Adjutant of a Recruiting District (with the rank of Lieutenant) vice Dalgety, appointed to the 101st Foot.

Colonel Sir Charles Imhoff, Knt, from the 4th Garrison Battalion, to be Inspector of the Militia in Guernsey, vice Major-General Sir Thomas Saumarez.

Hospital Staff
To be Deputy Inspectors of Hospitals.-Doctor Thomas Gray, Physician to the
Forces; Staf Surgeon John Robb.

To be Surgeons to the Forces.-Surgeon John Wasdel), from the 66th Foot, vice
Rubb. Surgeon John A. Knipe, from the 15th Light Dragoons.

To be an Apothecary to the Forces.—Thomas Morton, Esq.
.To be Hospital-Mate for General Service. Robert Goodrick, Gent.

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Military Promotions.

Memorandum, Lieutenant George Mills, of the 54th Foot, is superseded, being absent without leave. The under-mentioned Appointments, as stated in the Gazettes of the 12th nf March, 1811,

and the 26th of May 1812, have not taken place, Ensign Herring to be Lieutenant in the 30th Foot.

Mr. Henry, lan Dyck to be Ensign in the 2d Light Infantry Battalion King's Ger. wan Legion. Mr. John Adam to be Hospital-Mate for General Service.

Erratum in the Gazette of the 26th of May 1812.

The King's German Legion, 20 Light. Infantry Battalion.---For George Drummond, Gent, to be Ensign, vice Fincke, promoted, read George Drummond Grame, Gent. to be Ensign, vice Fincke, promoted.

COMMISSION SIGNED BY THE LORD LIEUTENANT OF THE COUNTY OF LINCOLX.

Royal North Lincoln Dsilitia.
Richard Ellison. jun. Esq. to be Captain. Dated May 27, 1812.
Bartholomew Bean, Gent. to be Ensign. Dated May 30, 1812.

Holland and Boston Looal Militia,
John Saul Byron, Esq. to be Captain, vice Tatam resigned. Dated May 29, 1812.
Thomas Bruughton, Esq. to be ditto, vice Thirkhill, resigned. Dated as ahove.
Joseph Smith, Esq. to be ditto, vice Gee, resigned. Dated as above.

George Fitzwilliam Hodgson, Esq. to be ditto, vice Calthorpe, resigned. Dated as above.

Robert Waldegrave, jun. Esq. to be ditto, vice Hart, resigned. Dated as above,
Francis Robinson, Esq. to be ditto, vice Tunnard resigned. Dated as above.
John Smith, Esq. to be ditto, vice Hill, promoted. Dated as above.

COMMISSIONS SIGNED BY THE LORD LIEUTENANT OF THE COUNTY OF XANTS.

South Hants Yeomanry Cavalry.
Richard Cattley, Gent, to be Cornet. Dated May 29, 1818.

Emsworth Volunteer Infantry.
Ensign James Whitley to bc Lieutenant. Dated May 29, 1819.
Joseph Lane, Gent, to be ditto. Dated as above.
COMMISSION SIGNED BY THE VICE LIEUTENANT OF THE COUNTY OF SURRY.

First Regiment of Surry Militia.
Alexander Spicer, Esq. to be Captuin, vice Frizell, dismissed the service. Dated
May, 1812.
COMMISSIONS SIONED BY THE LORD LIEUTENANT OF THE COUNTY OF BEDFORD.

First Regiment of Local Militia.
Lieutenant and Adjutant Charles Bayley to have the rank of Captain. Datoit
May 8, 1812.

Francis John Budd to be Ensign. Dated October 10, 1811,
George Jonathan Burnhams to be ditto. Dated as above.
COMMISSIONS $10XED BY THE LORD LIEUTENANT OF TIIE COUNTY UP SUFFOLX.

Local Militia.--Risbridge Battalion.
Gilbert Afleck, Esq. to be Lieutenant-Colonel. Dated May 1, 1812,
Captain Robert Mapletoft

, from the Colneis Battalion, to be Major, vice Afleck, promoted. Dated as above,

Frederick Wing, Esq. to be captain. Dated March 10, 1811,
Robert Marseg Rolfe, Esq. to be ditto, vice Mathew. Dated May 12, 1812.
Adjutant Charles Guest to be ditto, by Brevet. Dated May 1, 1812.
Joha Harvey Payos, Gent, to be lieutenant. Dated March 10, 1811.

Military Promotions.

John Alvis, (seni to be ditto. Dated May 20, 1311.
George Whaley, gent to be ditto, vice Wing, resigned. Dated April 10, 1812.
Simeon Hazlewood and John Parker, gents. to be ensigns. Dated May 20, 1811.

John Dennis, gent, to be ditto, vice Parker, deceased; William Syer, gent, to be ditto. Dated April 10, 1812. Charles Rogers and Bernard Hale, gents. to be ditto. Dated May 1, 1812.

Colneis Battalion.
William Henry Hall, Esq. to be captain. Dated Feb. I, 1812.
Benjamin Keane, gent, to be lieutenant, Dated May 1, 1812.
Charles Dowding, gent, to be ensign.
John R&nby, gent, to be ditto. Dated Feb. 10, 1812.
Thomas Reeve, gent. tu be ditto. Dated May 1, 1812.

Babergh Battalion,
Martin Thomas Cocksedge, Esq. to be lieutenant-colonel. Dated May 1, 1812,
John Parker, Esq. to be captain. Dated April 14, 1812.
John Phillips, Esq. to be ditto. Dated May 1, 1812.
Samuel Rutiell, Esq. to be ditto. Dated as above.

Brevet-Captain Thomas Clay, from the Oxford Militia, to be lieutenant. Daled April 2, 1812.

William Boby, gent. to be ditto. Dated April 10, 1812.
William Fyson, gent, to be ensign. Dated April 3, 1812.
John Pyman, gent, to be ditto. Dated April 10, 1812.

Wright, gent, to'be ditto. Dated as above.
Ezra Dalton, gent, to be ditto. Dated April 20, 1812.
Robert Moore, gent, to be ditto. Dated May 1, 1812.

5th Trood of Suffolk Yeomanry Cavalry. Robert Rede, Esq. to be captain. Dated Feb. 15, 1806.

Joby Lee Farr, gent, to be lieutenant; Glasspoole, gent, to be cornet. Dated Jan. 1, 1812.

2d Corps of Sufiolk Yeomanry Cavalry. Francis Hayle, gent. to be cornet.' Dated Feb. 10, 1812.

Framlingham Volunteer Infantry. Martin Cottingham, gent, to be Ensign. Dated May 8, 1812. COMMISSION IN THE SANDOWN CASTLE VOLUNTEER ARTILLERY, SIGNED BY TIS

LORD WARDEN OF THE CINQUE PORTS.

William Pittock, gent, to be lieutenant. Dated Dec, 7, 1811.

COMMISSIONS SIGNED BY THE LORD LIEUTENANT OF THE COUNTY OF CARMARTHEN.

1st Regiment Royal Carmarthen Local Fusileers. Second Lieutenant Morgon Williains to be first lieutenant, vice J. Thomas, resigned. 2d Regiment.– David Thomas, gent. to be second lieutenant, vice Brown, resigned.

3d Regiment.-Captain Baile, from the late 3d regiment of Carmarthen volunteer infantry, to be captain of a company, rice Harries, resigned.

COMMISSIONS IN THE SOUTI DANTS REGIMENT OF MILITIA, SIGNED BY THE LORD

LIEUTENANT OF THE COUNTY OF HANTS.

Robert Gibert Livingstone M.Donald, gent. to be lieutenant, vice Lewis, promoted. Dated Dec. 20, 1811.

Robert Rashleigh, gent. to be ensign, vice Stopford, promoted. Dated as above. COMMISSIONS IN THE RADNORSHIRE REGIMENT OF LOCAL MILITIA, SIGNED BY THE

LORD LIEUTENANT OF THE COUNTY OF RADNOR. Edward Rogers, Esq. to be Major. Dated June 17, 1811. Henry Pateshall Pyefincb, gent. to be Surgeon, vice Moythan. Dated Jane le 1811.

W. MDUwaN, Printer, Pemberton Row, Gough Souvre, London,

TO CORRESPONDENTS.

SEVERAL letters were received so late in the month that their insertion was necessarily deferred-to the next. The following articles are amongst those thus deferred-Memoir on the operations of Sir R. Wilson iu Portugal; Collection of Letters illustrating the principal battles in the Campaigns of 1809, 10, and 11; Military Topography of the seat of War in Russia; and the Journal of the French and Russian Campaign, which terminated with the peace of Tilsit. All these will be given in our next, together with the continuation of the Journal of the Eighty-third Regiment. It would greatly accommodate us if the excellent writer of this journal would have the kindness to transmit us some more of it with as little delay as possible.

The 12th Number of the Military Classics is published this day; it contains the continuation of Plutarch's Lives.

D'Anville's Maps and GEOGRAPHY of the Ancients is in preparation for the use of the readers of the Classics,

The Spanish GRAMMAR, for the use of officers, will be ready for delivery, price Two Shillings and Six-pence, on Monday the 10th of this month (August).

Ws are employed, at the request of a correspondent, in making a collection, which we think will be acceptable to the greater part of our readers.—The Military Chronicle commenced in November 1810, from which time till the present, all the Gazettes have been given in full. But the present Spanish war commenced in November 1808. It is our parpuse, therefore, to print the Gazettes from this date, (Sir J. Moore's expedition) up to November 1810, so as to join on to the commencement of the Military Chronicle. The Military Chronicle will then contain the complete official history of the war in the peninsula. About eight pages in three of our Numbers will contain them.

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