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Wan-orrice, Jan. SO.—Royal Regt. of Horse Guards—Lieut. J. I. Jones, from the 1st Drags. to be Cornet, by purchase, vice Mills. whose retirement was announced in the Gazette of 23d Jan. 6th Drag. Guards—AssisL-Surg. S. Moore, from the *Stuff, to be Assist.-Surg. vice Cameron, who resigns. 8th Light Drags.—Ensign R. Niers, from the 80th Foot. to be Cornet, by purchase. 20th Regt. of Foot—Ensign J. W. D. Adair to be Lieut, without purchase, vice Beatty, dec.; Sergt.-Major J. Clarke, to be Ensign, without purchase, vice Adair. 324 Foot—Lieut. J. W. Bois- sier to be Capt. by purchase, vice Wemyss, who retires ; Ensign P. J. Dunbar to be Lieut. by purchase, vice Boissier; Ensign J. G. bl`Donald Tullock, froze the 25th Foot, to be Ensign. vice Dunbar. 35th loot—Ensign W. G. Massey to be Lieut. by purchase, vice Dawkins, who retires. 36th Foot—Capt. M. Geale, from half-pay late Portuguese Officers, to be Capt. vice Fleury, who exchanges; Lieut. G. L. R. Berkeley to be Capt. by purchase, vice Geste, who retires; Ensign A. Macdonald to be Lieut. by purchase, vice Berkeley--40th Foot—Capt. A. G. Moorhead, from half- pay Unatt. to be Capt. vice J. W. Graves, who exchanges. 85th Foot—Lieut. W. A. Fader to be Capt. by purchase, vice Warburton, who retires; Ensign N. Byerott to be Lieut. by purchase, rice Filder.

Brevet.—Major-Gen. the Hon. G. Cathcart to have the local rank of Lieut.-Gen. at the Cape of Go.id Hope and its dependencies; Capt. H. Gentle, of 36th Foot, to be Major in the Army.

Orrice OF ORDNANCE, Jan. 29.—Royal Reg,t. of Artillery—First Lieut. C. W. Grey to be Sec. Capt. vice Russell, deceased ; Sec. Lieut. F. T.. Whinyates to be First Lieut. vice Grey; Brevet Major T. P. Flude to be Lieut-CoL vice Hyde, retired on full-pay; Sec. Capt. H. P. Christie to be Capt. vice Flude; First. Lieut. F. M. lit Ommanney to be Sec. Capt vice Christie; Sec. Lieut. J. H. Blaekburne to be First Lieut. vice Ommaruiey. Memorandum—The date of the promotion af the undermentioned officers has been altered to 14th Jan. 1852: Sec. Capt. C. W. Grey; First Lieut. F. T. Whtnyales.