FROM THE LONDON GAZETTE JUNE 15. Wan OFFICE, Pall Mall, June 15.—Caratry—Ito;a1 Regt. of Horse Guards—
Cornet F. G. A. Fuller to be Lieut. by purchase, vice Williams, promoted.
4th Drag. Guards—Capt. J. E. Brodhurst, from the 40th Foot, to be Capt. paying
the difference, vice Shawe, who exchanges, receiving the difference.
9th Light Drags.—Capt. C. C. Brooke, from the Royal London Militia, to be
Riding-Master. 10th Light Drags.—To be Lieuts. by purchase—Cornet E. L. Lovell, vice Mayne.
promoted ; Cornet Lord Ralph D. Kerr. 17th Lancers—Troop Serg.-Major G. Pumfrett to be Riding-Master. Military Train—Major H. R. Browne to be Lieut.-Col. without purchase, vies G. Robeson, who retires ; Capt. G. Cooper to be Major, by purchase, vice Browne;
Ensign B. H. Burke to be Lieut, without purchase, vice Murphy,- appointed to the
5th Light Drags. Infantry-4th Regt. of Foot—To be Lieuts. without piirchase—Ensign A. C., Twentyman ; Ensign F. Rynd. 5th Foot—W. F. Longbourne„ Gent, to be Ensign, without purchase. 9th Foot—Capt.,G. Spaight, from half-pay Unatt. to be Capt.
10th Foot—Lieut. J. E. Whaite to be Capt. without purchase. 11th Foot—Capt. It. V. Dickens, from half-pay Unatt. to be Capt.; Limit. W. K. Clarkson to be Capt. by purchase, vice Boyd, who retires ; Ensign W. T. collie to Lieut. by purchase, vice Clarkson; Quartermaster D. Simpson to be Paymaster, Igee Boyd, who retires upon half-pay.
14111 Foot-To be Lieutenants, without purchase-Ensigns S. Watson, G. L. Bryce, J. Wilson. Lieut. H. W. Heaton to be Instructor of Musketry, in sue-
s:es. to Lieut. Costin, appointed Adjt. --15th Foot-Lieut. J. Smyth to be Capt. by purchase, vice Butler, who retires ; tient. B. B. Fry to be Capt. by purchase, vice Synge, promoted in the 1st West bidia Ent.; Ensign A. Wintle to be Lieut. by purchase, vice Saryth. - 17th Foot-To be Lieutenants, without purchase-Ensign T. It. Hunt, vice J. Lee, appointed to the 100th Regt. ; Ensign D. F. Allen. 19th Foot-To be Lieutenants, without purchase-Ensigns G. D. Harris, T. D. Rm. W. B. Islis, 11. H. Hackett. 20t3 Foot-To be Lieutenants, without purchase-Ensigns S. Egan, R. Blount, T. IL Hoblyn, C. K. Chatfield. W. W. Goodrich, Gent, to be Ensign, by pur- chase, in succession to Lieut. Rochfort, promoted. A. B. de Lasalle, Esq. formerly Paymaster in the British German Legion, to be Paymaster. 21st Foot-Lieut. A. Cassidy, from the 78th Foot, to be Capt. without pur- chase. To be Lieutenants, without purchase-Ensigns G. W. Furlong, E. T. Bain- bridge, F. W. Hamilton, .1. H. Patrickson, E. W. Pearlman, R. B. Gaskell. 22d Foot-Lieut. H. A. Norris, from 73d Foot, to be Capt. without purchase ; Lieut. G. Collins, from half-pay 4th Foot, to be Lieut. vice H. A. M. Deane, who exchanges; Ensign T. G. Gilling, from the 48th Foot, to be Lieut. by purchase, vice Collins, who retires ; F. Trotter, Gent, to be Ensign, by purchase, vice Holy- sake, promoted.
24th Foot-Ensign W. W. Goodrich, from the 20th Foot, to be Ensign. The Christian names of Ensign Henznessy are Alexander Carden. 37th Foot-Brevet-Major E. D. Atkinson to be Major, without purchase, vice Lewis, who retires upon full-pay. 99th Foot-Ensign F. Trotter, from the 224) Foot, to be Ensign, vice Gosselin, appointed to the 234 Foot. 40th Foot-Capt. C. F. Shawe, from the 4th Drag. Guards, to be Capt. vice Brod- horst, who exchanges. 41st Foot-To be Ensigns without purchase-T. P. A. Bracken, Gent. vice Jemmett, promoted in the 151h Foot ; J. Caulfield, Gent. vice Rene, promoted in the 16th Foot. 47th Foot -Lieut. J. A. Bloomfield to be Capt, by purchase, vice Lowry, who retires ; Ensign J. Stanley to be Lieut, by purchase, vice Bloomfield. Hi Foot-Lieut. T. A. Julian to be Adjt. vice Stopford, who resigns the Adju- tancy only.
60th Foot-To be Lieutenants, by purchase-Ensigns A. H. Woodgate, vice promoted ; W. H. Moseley, vice Sewell, who has retired ; W. L. K. Ogilvy, vice Denny, who retires.
61st Foot-C. H. Atkinson, Gent, to be Ensign, by purchase, vice Boileau, prom. 64th Foot-Lieut. H. E. Couper, from the 824 Foot, to be Lieut. vice Dickens, promoted without purchase to an unattached company. 67th Foot-Capt. J. S. Howard, from half-pay Unatt. to be Capt. vice D. Thomp- son, seconded, being appointed Capt.-Instructor of Musketry at Hythe ; Lieut. A. H. Coney to he Capt. by purchase, vice Howard, who retires ; Ensign G. M. Cardew to be Lieut. by purchase, Vice Coney. 68th Foot-Lieut. S. Grace to be Capt. by purchase, vice Wilkinson, who retires. 734 Foot-Sergt. J. Kirk, from the Royal Marines, to be Ensign, without purchase, vice Bayley, promoted. 75th Foot-Ensign J. Streets to he Lieut. without purchase, vice Faithful', dec. 86th Foot-Assist-Sorg. .T. Sawyers, M.D. from the 24th Foot, to be Surg. vice Stack, killed in action.
95th Foot-Lieut. R. Wield to be Capt. without purchase, vice Bazalgette, killed in action ; Ensign R. Macnee to be Lieut. without purchase, vice Wield.. 1000 Foot-The transfer of the undermentioned officers, as stated in the Gazette of the lit of June 1858, has been cancelled -Lieuts. C. F. Grant, from the 62d Foot, C. J. Hampton, from the 56th Foot.
Rifle Brigade-To be Ensigns, without purchase-G. E. Boyle, Gent. vice Rams- bottom, promoted' C. H. Tumor, Gent. vice Phillips, promoted. 1st West India Regiment-Capt. R. F. Synge, from the 15th Foot, to be Major, by purchase, vice Chamberlas ne, promoted in the 3d West India Regt. 24 West India Reginsent-Lieut. R. S. W. Jones to be Capt. without purchase, vice Lake, appointed to the 100th Foot ; Ensign C. E. Russell to be Lieut. without purchase, vice Jones.
Royal Canadian .14/10 Regiment-Ensign W. H. Surtnan to be Lieut. without pur. Gold Coast Artillery Corps-E. Hewett, Gent, to be Ensign, without pur. vice Clark, whose appointment, as stated in the Gazette of Slay 7, has been cancelled. Royal Malta Fencible Regiment-Ensign T. E. Bonavia to be Instructor of Musketry. Cisattached.-Major and Brevet Lieut.-Col. J. Villiers, of the 97th Foot, to bare the substantive rank of Lieut.-Col. under the Royal warrant of 6th Oct. 1854. "The undermentioned officers to have their brevet rank converted into substantive rank, under the Royal warrant of 6th Oct. 1854-Brevet-Major C. E. Mansfield, of the 33d Foot ; Brevet-Major W. Worry, of the 34th Font; Lieut. It. V. Dickens, from the 64th Foot, to be eapt.without purchase.
Brevet.-The following promotions to take place consequent upon the death of Major-General T. Falls, on the 26th May 1858-Major-Gen. Sir W. R. Mansfield, K.C.B. Chief of the Staff in the East Indies, promoted on the 18th May 1858, for distinguished service, to be placed on the permanent establishment of general offi- cers; Brevet-Lieut.-Col. C. Wise, upon half-pay as Major Unattached, to be Col.; Brevet-Major J. Sampson, upon half-pay as Capt. 8th Garrison Battalion (Staff Officer of Pensioners), to be Lieut.-Col. ; Capt. H Reynolds, 58th Foot, to be Major. The undermentioned officers, having completed three years' actual service in, the rank of Lieut.-Cols. to be promoted to be Cols, in the Army, under the Royal war- rant of 6th Oct. 1854-Brevet-Lieut.-Col. E. C. Wilford, Chief Instructor of the School of Musketry, Hythe ; Brevet-Lieut.-Col. J. D. Johnstone, C.B. 334) Foot ; Capt. and Lieut.-Col. the Hon. A. E. Harding,e, C.B. Coldstream Guards, Assist.- Quartermaster-Gen. in Dublin ; Major J. 0. Lewis, retired full-pay 37th Foot, to be Lieut.-Col, in the Army. the rank being honorary only.
Mentorandum.-Her Majesty has been pleased to command that the two follow- ing officers be appointed additional members of the Council of Military Education- Brevet-Col. T. Elwyn, of the Royal Artillery ; the Rev. H. Moseley, M.A. Canon of Bristol.
FROM THE LONDON GAZETTE, JUNE 18. WAR OFFICE, Pall Mall, June 18.-Royal Regt. of Artillery-Brevet-Col. E. C. Warde, C.B. to be Col. vice Fraser, who retires upon full-pay ; Capt. M. 0. Nixon to be Lieut.-Col. vice Warde ; Second Capt. and Brevet-Major J. E. Michell to be Capt. vice Nixon ; I.ieut. A. W. A. Ogilvie to be Second Capt. vice Dowse, who re- signs; Lieut. R. H. Newbolt lobe Second Capt. vice Michell. Infantry-19th Foot-The surname of the third Ensign, who was promoted to a Lieutenancy in the Gazette of the 15th inst. is Iles, not Islis, as then stated.
49th Foot-The surname of the Ensign appointed in the Gazette of the 30th March 1856, is Dolmage, not Dalmage, as then stated.
Brevet.-Col. W. Fraser, on the retired full-pay list of the Royal Artillery, to be Major-General, the rank being honorary only.