MILITARY GAZETTE. WAR-OFFICE, July 18.-4th Regt. Drag. Guards—Lieut. M. M'Creagh
to be Capt. by purchase, vice Nicolls, who retires ; Cornet J. R. Scott to be Lieut. bypurchsse. ice M Creagh ; Cornet R. J. Henry to be Lieut. by purchase, vice W. W. It. Wil- liams, who retires. 3d Light Drags.—Capt. E. Fellowes, from half-pay Unattached, to be Capt. vice W. H. Hadfield, who exchanges, receiving the difference between full-pay of Cavalry and Infantry. 7th Light Drags.—Cornet H W Meredyth to be Lieut, by purchase, vice Farrell, who retires ; Cornet F. Coates, from the 14th Light Drags. to be Cornet, vice Meredyth. 11th Light Drags.—Serg.-Mqjor R. IL H. Dun- gate to be Cornet (Riding Master) by purchase, vice Inglis, promoted. 17th Light Drags.—Lieut. W. H. K. Erskine to be Capt. by purchase, vice Hamilton, who re- tires; Cornet Sir W. Gordon, Bart, to be Lieut. by purchase, vice Erskine. 31st Foot—Staff Sorg. of the Sec. Class J. B. St. Croix Crosse to be Sorg. vice alillingen, Who exchanges. 58th Foot—Capt. C. L. Nugent to be Major, by purchase, vice Arney, promoted to an Unattached Lieut.-Coloneley; Lieut. I., II. Cooper to be CePt• by purchase, vice Nugent; Ensign F. Palmer to be Lieut. by purchase, vice Cooper. 96th Foot—Ensign A. J. Ford to be Lieut, by purchase, vice Rogers, who retires.
Royal Canadian Rifle Regt.-C. T. Castle, Gent. to be Ensign, by purchase, vice Lane, promoted. Unattached-Major C. A. Amey, from the 58th Foot, to be Lieut.-Col. by purchase. Hospital Staff.-Surg. J. C. MiBingen, from the 31st Foot, to be Staff-Surg. of the Second Class, vice Crosse, who exchanges. Memoranda.-The six Cadets of the Hon. the East India Company's Service, in- serted in the Gazette of the 27th ult. are to be placed under the command of Lieut.- Col. H. D. Jones, of the Royal Engineers, instead of Lieut.-Col. Sir F. Smith, for field-instructions in the art of Sapping and Mining; Lieut.. Cutting, on half-pay of the 34 Line Battalion King's German Legion has been permitted to retire from the service by the sale of his commission, he being about to become a settler in South Austndia; Lieut.-Col. S. D. Pritchard, upon half-pay Shwa. has been permitted to retire from the Army, by the sale of his commission, hc being about to become a set- tler in Canada.