FROM THE LONDON OARRITE, NOVEMBER 9.
WAR OFFICE, Pall Mall, November 9-Caralry-2d Regiment of Dm.% Guards- E. Metcalfe, Gent, to be Cornet, by purchase, vice Renshaw, jimmieci in au, Light Drags. 4th Light Drags.-The -first Christian name of Cornet Doherty is Daniel, and not
David, as previously stated. ' ; ' • 9th Light Drags.-H. A. Bushman, Cent. to be Cornet, avithoat purchase, is suc- cession to Liettt. F. R. C. Grant, promoted in 5th Light Dregs.
Military Train—Capt, G. P. Blake, from the 100th Foot, to be Capt. ricaSwift who exchanges.
Royal Artillery-Quarterwaster-Serg. W. ,Lloyd, to be Quartermaster, vice Clark, retired upon half-pay. The commissions of the undermentioned Paymasters of the Royal Artillery and Royal Engineers to be antedated to Sept. 1,1853-vii.; Paymaster J. Sargent; Paymaster C. Wilkinson ; Paymaster E. Gibbs.
infantry-Grenadier Guards-William A. F. Viscount Uffington, to be Ensign and Lieut. by purchase, vice D. Loftus, who retires. Coldiliream Guards-Major and Brevet-Col. Lord F. Paulet to be Lieut.-Col, without purchase, vice Brevet-Col. the Hon. G. F. Upton, promoted to the rank of liejor-Gen. ; Capt. and Lieut.-Col. and Brevet-Col. S. Percival lobe Major, aithout purchase, vice Paulet ; Lieut. and Capt. aid Brevet-najorThArmytage lobe Capt. and Lieut.-Col. without purchase, vice Perceval ; Ensign and Lie.ut. Hi. B. Lane to be Lieut. and Capt. without pucrhase, vice Armytage. Scots Fusilier Guards-F. Ouvry, Esq. to be solicitor, vice Weiner. deceased. 4th Regt. of Foot-L. Maclaine, Gent, to be Ensign, by purchase, vice Middktoa, promoted. 5th Foot-The second Christian name of Ensign Troup is Igglesden. 9th Foot-Lieut. G. Cox, from the Royal Limerick County Militia, to be Ensign, withont purchase, vice Jeffares, promoted. 10th Foot-Brevet-Lieut.-Col. M. G. Sparks to be Lieut.-Col. without purchase, vice Brevet-Col. .7. S. Cotton, promoted to the rank of Major-Gen.; Brevet-Major S. F. C. Annesley to be Major, without purchase, vice Sparks; Lieut. T. C. Robert- eon to be Capt. without purchase, vice Annesley ; Ensign J. Rudge to be Lieut. without purchase, vice Robertson ; Lieut. J. B. Marston, from 1st King's Own Stafford Militia, to be Ensign, without purchase, vice Betson, promoted.
Ilth Foot-Lieut. W. S. Dickenson from 29th Foot, to be Capt. without pur- chase, vice Tighe, appointed to the 58th Foot ; J. Boyce, Gent, to be Ensign, by purchase, vice Arthur, promoted.
13th Foot-G. Remain, Gent, to be Ensign, by purchase, vice Yardley, pro- moted. 16th Foot-Lieut. J. H. Crosse, from the 58th Foot, to be Capt. without purchases vice Ferris, appointed to the 29th Foot. 17th Foot-The promotion of Ensign J. W. Hussey, from the 39th Foot, as stated in the " Gazette" of the 10th of Sept. 1858, has been cancelled. 22d Foot-J. D. C. Thomas, Gent, to be Easign, by purchase, vice Wilson, pro- moted. 23d Foot-J. F. Sparrow, Gent, to be Ensign, by purchase, vice Gerard, pro. moted. 25th Foot-E. H. P. Vivian, Gent, to be Ensign, by purchase, vice Stubbs, pree moted. 27th Foot-F. Coffey, Gent, to be Ensign, by purchase, vice Clay, promoted. 29th Foot-Capt. E. H. Weetropp to be Major, without purchase, vice Brevet. Col. Sir E. Lugard, promoted to the rank of Major-Gen. ; Capt. G. A. Ferris, from the 16th Foot, to be Capt. vice Westropp ; Ensign G. E. Fursdon to be Lieut. without purchase, vice Dickinson, promoted in 11th Foot. 31st Foot-A. C. Crow, Gent, to be Ensign, by purchase, vice James, promoted la the 18th Foot,
32d Foot-Lient. R. T. Knox to be Capt. without purchase, vice Clapcott. Pr' moted; Ensign C. G. Stanley to be Lieut. nithout.purchase, vice Knox; Ensign C. H. Trueman, from the 47th Foot, to be Ensign, vice Stanley.
35th Foot-Lieut. R. C. Lee, lobe Capt. without purchase, vice Elkington, dec.; Ensign and Adjt. R. H. Ross to be Lieut. without purchase, vice Lee. 37th Foot-Capt. II. M. Sall to be Major, without purchase, vice Brevet-Col. Dames, promoted to the rank of Major-Germ.; Lieut. G. W. Saver to be Capt. without purchase, vice Sail; Ensign F. C. Forbes to be Lieut. wi out purchase, vice Savage.
38th Foot-Ensign J. P. Boyd to be Lieut. by purchase, vice Wardlaw, who re,- tires ; J. B. Brady, Gent, to be Ensign, by purchase, vice Byron, promoted in 110I Foot.
426 Foot-A. F. Kidston, Gent, to be Ensign, by purchase, vice Ceely, promoted. 44th Foot-Assist.-Surg. E. G. M'Dowell, from the Staff, to be A55ist-85'P vice J. Johnson, dismissed the service by the sentence of a General Court Martial. 50th Foot-T. H. Fernley, Gent. to be Enidgn, by purchase, vice Edge, lee' moted in Ilth Foot.
mo5lat.Foot-J. V. Nugent, Gent. to be Ensign, by purchase, vice Tompsoo' n, pr ted 52d Foot-Lieut. J. C. W. Lever, from the Royal Sussex Light Infant], to be Ensign, without purchase, in succession to Lieut. Stopford, promoted, 54th Foot-Ensign W. P. Hodnett, from the Ceylon Mee Regiment, to be E0 etr,
vice Fawcett, appointed to the 33d Foot. 55th Foot-F. H. Tate, Gent, to be Ensign, by purchase.
58th Foot-Brevet-Lieut.-Col. C. Bridge to be Lieut.-Col. without riBrcrIler:, vice Brevet-Col. R. H. Wynyard, promoted to the rank of Major-Ge Lieut.-Col, A. H. Russell to be Major, without purchase, vice Bridge; Capt. Tighe, from 11th Foot, to be Capt. vice Russell; Ensign R. W. Archibald te tO Lieut. without purchase, vice Crosse, promoted in the 16th Foot. - 60th Foot-Ensign H. St. George Barton to be Lieut. by purchase, vioc. promoted ; J. Miller, Gent. to be Ensign, by purchase, vice Barton, prom te. 62d Foot-J. H. Pagan, Gent, to be Ensign, by purchase, vice Reade, piorse,T, 1663thdEF0000t.t-
B. Hermon, Gent. to be Ensign, by purchase, vice Powys, Pronww"
m1LieBi-L-L-P-agl"-b"1iLligt-ala4"14-Promoted in the 15th FreL 100t-A, Tabuteatt. Gent. to Reilltidtn, by purchase, vice Leonard, Pro- ng yoot-II. P. DIE116011, G0Ilt. LO be Ensign, by purchase, vice Butt, pro. Iltroot-Ettsign A. J. !Lessard to be Lient. by purchase, vice Corranee, who Gent. to be Ensign, by purchase, vice Clarke, promoted. 00or-h1ajor C. W. Austen to be Lieut.-Col. without purchase, vice Brevet- csr.f,dell, promoted to the rank of Major-Gen.; Capt. J. Y. Murray to be ier• purchase, vice Austen ; Lieut. E. Murant to be Capt. without pur- tft.' chageittiF- :cec-, t-- uHrTa. Cullinan, Gent, to be Ensign, by purchase, vice Sewell, pro-
elth Foot-Major B. O'Brien, to be Lteut.-Col. without purchase, vice Brevet- ed:V. C. Johnstone, promoted to the rank of Major-Den.. Capt. W. P. Lea to be 31 • r, without purchase: vice O'Brien ; Lieut. A. Fitz Gerald to be Capt. without base, ,ice Lea ; Ensign B. D'Urban Musgrave to be Lieut. without purchase, ,irieree Wall, killed in action Ensign G. W. ?darsden to be Lieut. without purchase, Musgrave, whose promotion, without purchase, on the 7th of September, 1858, has been cancelled Ensign 3.0. Leadbitter to be Lieut. without purchase, vice mwde,,, whose promotion, without purchase, on the 17th of September, 1858, has been cancelled.
gist Foot-A. S. Leathern, gent. to be Ensign, by purchase, vice Edwards, whose zppoilitment, as stated in the " Gazette" of the 30th of July, 1838, has been can- celled.
• ffith Foot-Brevet-Lieut.-Col. P. Limply tube Lieut.-Col without purchase, vice rkeret-Col. J. N. Jackson, promoted to the rank of Major-Gen. Capt. R. B. wing to be Major, without purchase, vice Smyly Lieut. E. G. K. Ravenhill to be opt. without purchase. vice Deering; Ensign M. 3. Browne, to be Lieut. with- out purchase, vice Ravenhin. ,10091 Foot--Capt. W. A. Swift, from the Military Train, to be Capt. vice Blake, Who eXchanges. edyros RV° Regiment-Serg. J. W. Arrowsmith, from Corps of Permanent In- structors of Musketry, to be Ensign, without purchase, vice Rodnett, appointed to the 54th Foot, Royal Canadian Rifle Regiment-Lieut. W. F. Marson, to be Capt. by purchase, vice Moffatt, promoted. Falkland Island's Company-Capt. C. C. Abbot, from half-pay L'uatt. to be Commanding Officer of the detachment of troops employed in the Falkland Islands. Hospital Staff-The following Surgeons, having completed 20 years' full-pay acr- dee, to be Surgeons-Major, under the Roval warrant of the lot October 1858- Staff-Surg. of the Second Class T, fRoysil /f,qatip; Stiff-Surg. of the Second Class, J. S. Glares; Sure. J. Maitland, M.D Canadian Rifle Regiment; Staff-Surg. of the Second Class T. C. Gaulten,,SI.D. ; Staff,-Sorg. of the Second Class A. T. Jack- son, M.D.; Sorg. A. Macleati,LM.D. DiipAt Battalion, Chatham Surg. G. Dot- nage, Military Train 1 liairpsf. C. Cameron, M.D. 37th Foot Surg. A. Alexander, 4th Light Drags.. ; Surg. E. II. Blackeny, Royal Hibernian School Staff-Surg. of He Second Class F.- it Staff-Surg. of the Second Class R. K. Prender- gast ; Surg. J. Savage, M.D. Royal Artillery Staff-Surg.. of the Second Class J. Ommte Staff-Surg.:Jalteavartr:SbaillSkttg. of-the Second Class E. Mockler Surg. W. Dick, 12th Foot ; Avert tit„T.,Seott, 76th Foot Staff-Surg. of the Second CimIA. D. g'syloyd NON; Sorg. J. T. O. Johnston. M.D. Depat Battalion Surg.
A.Stemart, 141h Light Surg. S. Currie, M.D. 70th Foot ; Staff-Surg. of the pd flo a on, M.D.: Surg. F. W. Innes, M.D. 84th Foot Surg.
O. Royal Artillery ; Sitrg. J. S. Lille, Royal Artillery; M•y ; Sorg. H. B. Gallwey-, Royal Artillery ; Surg. H. reAiRn74n . ; Staff=Surg. of the Second Class, M. Neale, M.D.
/,et.-The undermentioned promotions to take place in succession to Col. B. F. Dalton Wilson,`promotest to be Major-Gen. vice Major-Gen.-Lord Charles Welles- ley,deceased; Lient.-Cole J. Fraser, half-pay Unatt. Fort-Major at Jersey, to be Col.j.hiejoe T. Lillie, Ceylon Rifle Regiment, to be Lient.-Col. ; Capt. J. W. Boyd 14117yay 14th Foot, Staff-Officeepf Pensioners to be Major Lieut.-Col. J. W. Arm- stiornt,C.B. Woe. Battalion, having completed three years' actual service in that lank on the 1st of October 1855, to have the rank of Col. in the Army, under the Royal a arrant of the 5th of October 1854. In consequence of the promotion of Col. Harding°, Col. Willis, and Col. Andtr-, ma, of the Royal Artillery, lobe Major-Gens. the undermentioned officers on the retired full-pay list O1-t1& iegiment. who stood before them on the effective list at the time of their retirement, to be promoted as follows-Col. G. Durnford, to be Major.Cen.; Col. J. Hanwell to be 'Major-Gen.; Col. P. Sandilands to be Major- Gen. ; Col. B. H. V. Arbuckle to be Major-Gen. ; Col. J. H. Freer to be Major- Gen.; Col. A. W. Hope, to be Major-Gen. ; Col. J. L. Smith to be Major-Gen. The date of the promotions of the undermentioned officers on the retired full-pay piffle Royal Artillery and Royal Engineers to be altered to the 28th of Nov. 1854, in consequence of' that antedate having been given to the Brevet-Cols, who stood below them on the effective lists of their respective corps at the time of their re- tirement, according to the provisions of the 14th and 35th clauses of the Royal warrant of the 14th of October 1858, viz.-Col. G. II. Hyde, retired full-pay Royal Artillery; Col.T. A. Shone, retired full-pay Royal Artillery Col. C. H. Burnaby, retired full-pay Royal Artillery • Col. J. G. Walker, retired full-pay Royal Artil- lery; Coil. Jebb,, C.B. retired full-pay Royal Engineers ; Col. R. K. Dawson, C.B. retired full-pay Royal Engineers; Lieut.-Col. J. H. Lefroy, of the Royal Artillery, haring completed three years' service in that rank on the 24th of Sept. las. to be Col: tit the Army under the provisions of the Royal warrant of the 3d of Nov.1854 ; Quartermaster G. Clark, half-pay Royal Artillery. lobe Capt. the rank being honorary only, under the provisions of the Royal warrant of December 17, 1855.
[The Military Gazette of the 12th November will appear next week.]