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RECORD OF SERVICES 



OF THE 



HONOURABLE EAST INDIA COMPANY'S 
CIVIL SERVANTS 



MADRAS PRESIDENCY. 

From 1J4.1 to iSj8. 
5ncluMn9 Cbronologlcal %\eXe ot 

GOVER.WRS, COMMANDERS-IN-CHIEF, CHIEF JUSTICES, AND JUDGES, 
OF THE MADRAS PRESIDENCY, BETWEEN 1652 AND iSjS. 

AS WELL AS 

LISTS OF THE DIRECTORS OF THE EAST INDIA COMPANY; 

CHAIRMEN AND DEPUTY CHAIRMEN OF THE DIRECTION ; 

AND PRESIDENTS OF THE BOARD OF CONTROL. 

eiompiletJ ant dBniteU, from EecorUe in tf?e l^ossesmn 
of tf?e Secretary of €»tate for Ilntiia, 



CHARLES C. PRINSEP, 

Statistical Reportek, and latk biPEKiNTEXDtNT oi- Recui;d», India OincE, 



LONDON: 
TRUE NEE & CO., LUDGATE HILL. 

1885. 

[A([ rt'jJits 7'ei^cricd.] 



BALLANTYNE, HANSON AND CO. 
EDINBURGH AND LONDON 



H&HHY MORSE STEPHEfcf© 



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CONTENTS. 



PAGE 

Preface v 

List of Directors of the East Ixdia Company, 1708 to 

1858 ix 

List of Chairmen and Deputy-Chairmen, 17 14 to 1858 . xix 

List of Presidents of the Board of Control, 1784 to 

1858 xxiii 

List of Governors of the Presidency of Madras, 1652 

to 1858 xxiv 

List of Commanders - in - Chief of the Presidency of 

Madras, 1697 to 1858 xxix 

List of Chief-Justices and Puisne Judges, Madras Presi- 
dency, 1800 to 1858 xxxiv 

Record of Services of Civilians in the Madras Presi- 
dency, 1 741 TO 1858 I 

Supplementary List of Civil Servants . . .161 

Addendum — List of Deaths of Civilians . . .209 



12849 



PREFACE, 



The past History of tlie Old East India Company's service 
is too well known to require any description in this place ; 
suffice it to remark, that it has produced a class of public 
servants not to be equalled by any other nation. No reader 
of Indian History can pronounce this eulogy as undeserved, 
for whether in peace or in war, rebellion or famine, its truth 
has been amply demonstrated. 

The Indian Civil Service may be said to have commenced 
from the time when the Eight Hon. Warren Hastings, who 
had previously served on the Council of the Government of 
Madras, was appointed Governor of Bengal in 1772, and sub- 
sequently became the first Governor-General under an Act 
passed (13 Geo. III., cap. 63) in 1773, when the East India 
Company first determined to take the country's revenues 
into their own hands. It was also resolved that the Presi- 
dencies of Madras and Bombay should l)e subject to the 
Governor-General in political matters. At this date the 
stupendous fabric of the Indian Civil Service fairly began, 
although from that time to the present day each Presidency 
has had its distinctive functions. 

The first English Company for the purpose of trading with 
India was incorporated by Queen Elizabeth on 31st December 



vi PREFACE. 



1599 under the title of " The Governor and Company of Mer- 
chants of London trading to the East Indies^ Courten's 
Association, the Assada Merchants, established in 1635, united 
^Yith the London Company in 1650. The " Merchant Adven- 
t2trers'' chartered in 1654-55, united with the London Com- 
loany in 1656-57. The '* English Company " (or " the General 
Society") ixQ^dimg to the East Indies was incorporated in 1698. 
The aforesaid Company of Merchants of London, and the 
English Company, w^ere finally incorporated under the title 
of " The United Company of Merchants of England trading to 
the East Indies'' in 1708, and thus was founded the East India 
Company, which title it maintained until 1858 (an unbroken 
period of one hundred and fifty years), when the transfer of 
Indian affairs to the Crown was effected. 

Fort St. George, Madras, was erected in the year 1640, 
and in 1653 the possessions of the East India Company along 
the Coromandel Coast, comprising the settlements (as they 
were then termed) of Fort St. George, Fort St. David, Yiza- 
gapatam, and Mechlipatam (Masulipatam), were raised to 
the rank of a Presidency. 

In offering to the public a record of the services of the 
Madras Covenanted Civilians the compiler has no desire to 
credit himself with being the first to have initiated such a 
work, for Messrs. Dodwell and Miles prepared a similar 
register (now out of print and unobtainable), commencing 
with civilians who were in the service in 1780 and ending 
with the year 1839, the date of publication; but notwith- 
standing its excellence, there is a want of completeness 
as a work of reference at the present time to the general 
reader, thus rendering further work necessary, which it 
has been the object of the compiler herein to achieve. 



PREFACE. vii 



The present register will be found to contain the names and 
services of all Civil servants who were on the Madras estab- 
lishment of the East India Company in 1766 (which is the 
earliest date of the Indian Eegisters), and of all those who 
subsequently entered the service up to, and were in the service 
in, 1858, when the change of Government took place. In the 
case of those officers who continued in the service after that 
date, the appointments held by them up to retirement or 
death have also been included. It is to be regretted that 
the present work is still not so complete as it might have 
been made, for since going to press manuscript lists of services 
of civilians from 1700 have been discovered to exist, too late 
however for insertion in the present volume ; but it may be 
hoped that these new sources of information will be placed 
before the public at some future time. 

In all cases the dates of death have been given where the 
information has been accessible. 

The services of civilians not recorded in this work will be 
found in a "History of Services of all Gazetted Officers in the 
Civil Department," covenanted, uncovenanted, and military 
officers in civil employ, annually published by each adminis- 
tration or province in India. 

Further information of a varied character, extracted from 
the Old Court Books of the East India Company, public con- 
sultations of the respective Governments in India, and other 
valuable records in the India Office, has been appended, 
so as to render the w^ork a more useful one for general 
reference, and to increase the interest of officers still 
living, as well as of relatives of deceased persons, in 
those who have played their parts so prominently, and 



viii PREFACE. 

added lustre to a record of services performed by civil 
servants, in India. 

In conclusion, the compiler desires to express his sense of 
the valuable and willing assistance rendered by Colonel 
Laurie, of the Koyal (late Madras) Artillery, in the laborious 
searches that had to be made in following up each individual 
name through nearly 200 volumes of registers and other 
books of reference, and without whose practical experience 
of India, and of Madras in particular, the publication of this 
record of services would have been much retarded. 

India Office, igth February 1885. 



ALPHABETICAL LIST 

OF 

DIRECTORS OF THE UxMTED COMPANY OF MERCHA^sTS 
OF ENGLAND TRADING TO THE EAST INDIES 

{Incorporated under Act, Queen Anne, in i7o8\ 

OTHERWISE ENTITLED THE EAST INDIA COMPANY, 

FROM 1708 TO 1858. 



Note. — Previous to the year 1773, the twenty-four Directors were elected 
every year, and the day of election was in the month of April, In 1773 (Act 
13 Geo. Ill, cap, 63) the system of election was changed. It was then pro- 
vided that six Directors should be chosen for 4 years, six for 3 years, six for 2 
years, and six for I year, and at every Annual Election six new Directors 
were to be chosen for the term of 4 years, and no longei\ Subsequently, Act 
17 Geo. Ill, cap, 8, of 1777, fixed the second Wednesday in April as the date 
of the Annual Election. The qualification of a Director was ^^2000 East 
India stock. In the event of a vacancy by death or otherwise, another 
Director had to be chosen within 40 days of the declaration of such vacancy, 
the new Director succeeding to the unexpii-ed portion of his predecessor's term 
of office. The salaries of Directors were regulated by the Bye-laws. In 
earlier years each Director received ;^I50 per annum, in 1794 the amount was 
increased to ^^300, and in 1854 to ;^50o, a year. 



Names. 



Adams, Robert 
Addams, Abraham . 
Agnew, Patrick Vans (C,B,) 

Aislabie, William . 
Alexamler, Josias du Pre 

Alexander, Henry . 

Allan, Alexander 

Allen, Edward 

Amyard, George 

Andrews, Sir Jonathan (Kut.) 



Period of Service as Director. 



1736; 1737- 

1721 to 1739, 

1833 ; 1835 to 1842 (Lt.-Col, in 1840). 

Died in June 1842. 
1719 to 1726. 
(M,P., Old Sarum); 1820 to 1839. 

Died in Sept. 1839, 
(M.P., Barnstaple) 1826 to 1853, Died 

in Jan, 1861. 
(M.P., Berwick) ; 18 14 to 18 19 (Bart. 

in 1 8 19). Died in Oct. 1820, 
(Director of English Company) 1709. 
1760; 1763. 
(Director of English Company) 1709 ; 

171 1 ; and 1712 to 1716. 



X DIRECTORS OF THE EAST INDIA COMPANY, 



Names. 



Period of Service as Director. 



Astell, William 

As tell, John Harvey 



Baker, William . 
Baillie, Colonel Joliii 

Bance, John 

Bannerman, John Alexander 

Baring, Francis 

Barne, Miles . 
Baron, Christopher . 
Barringtoii, Fitzwilliam . 
Barwell, William 
Bateman, Sir James (Knt.) 

Bayley, William Butter worth 

Baylis, Sir Robert (Knt.) 

Beake, Abraham 

]jebb, John 

Becher, Richard 

Beck, Justus . 

Bensley, William . 

Benyon, Richard 
Betts, William 
Billers, William . 

Bisse, Stephen 
Blount, Richard 
Blunt, John 
Boddam, Charles 
Boehm, Edmund 
Boone, Charles 
Booth, Benjamin 
Bootle, Capt. Robert 
Bosanquet, Jacob (i) 
Bosanquet, Jacob (2) 
Bosanquet, Richard . 
Bosanquet, Joseph . 
Boulton, Capt. Richard . 
Boulton, Henry Crabb 
Boyd, John 
Braddyll, Doddiiig . 
Baund, William 
Brisco, Robert . 
Bristow, Robert 
Browne, Capt. John 
Browne, John . 



(1807 to 1845 (M.P., Bridgewater, 

1809). Died March 1847. 
1851 to 1858. 



Died in 



;i7. 

Died 



(Alderman) 1741 to 1752. 
(M.P., Hedon) 1823 to 1833 

May 1833. 
1722 to 1730. 

1807 to 1816. Disqualified in i 
1779 to 1 8 10 (Bart, in 1799). 

in Oct. 1 8 10. 
1733; and 1736 to 1739. 
1759 ; and 1761 to 1767. 
1759 to 1767. 
1753 to 1766. 
(Director of English Company) 1709 ; 

1 7 10, Alderman. 
1834 to 1858. Died in May 1S60. 
(Alderman) 1731 ; 1732. 
(Director of London Company) 1709. 
1805 to 1829. Disqualified in 1830. 
1775 to 1783. 
1714. 
1786 to 1 8 10 (Bart, in 1801). Died 

in Jan. 18 10. 
1745 to 1748. 
1709 to 1711. 
(Alderman) 1724 to 1742 (Kniglit in 

1727) (Lord Mayor in 1734). 
1732; 1735 to 1741. 
1730 to 1743. 
1709. 
1769 ; 1772 to 1782. 

1784 to 1787. 
1729 to 1735. 

1767 to 1783. 
1741 to 1749; 

1759- 

1790 to 1827. 

1768 to 1772. 

1785 to 1788. 
1718 to 1736. 
1753 to 1773. 
1753 to 1764. 
1728 to 1748. 

1745 to 1753- 
17 1 2 to 1720. 
1716 ; 1717. 
1714 to 1720. 
1757 to 1763. 



1752; 1753; 1755- 
Disqualified in 1827. 

Died in Sept. 1773. 



DIRECTORS OF THE EAST INDIA COMPANY, xi 



Names. 



Bryant, Maj.-Gen. Sir Jere- 
miali (C.B.) . . . . 
Burgess, John Smith 

]3urrow, Christopher 
Burrow, Robert 
Burton, Richard 

Campbell, Robert 
Carnac, James Rivett 



Caulfield, Maj.-Gen. James, C.B, 
Chambers, Cliarles (senr.) 
Chambers, Charles (junr.) 
Chauncev, Richard . 
Cheap, Thomas 
Chikl, Robert . 



CLarke, ^Yilliam Stanley . 

Clerk, Robert . 

Cock, Peter 

Cockburn, Sir James (Bart.) 

Cooke, Richard 

Colborne, Charles . 
Colebrooke, Sir George (Bart.) 
Cooke, John . 

Cornelison, William Henry 
Cotesworth, William 

Cotesworth, Dr. Caleb 
Cotton, Joseph 
Cotton, John . 
Coupland, J(jhn 
Coulson, Thomas 

Creed, Sir James (Bart.) . 

Creswicke, Joseph . 

Cruttenden, Edward Holden 

Cuming, George 

Currie, Sir Frederick (Bart.) 

Cust, Peregrine 

Cutts, Charles . 

Daxiel, James 



Period of Service as Director. 



1841 to 1845. Died in June 1S45. 

1791 to 1802 (Bart, in 1801). Died in 

1803. 
1735 to 1761. 
1762 to 1764. 
1 74 1 to 1746. 

1817 to 1852 (Bart, in 1832). Died in 
1858. 

1827 to 1839 (Bart, in 1836). Ap- 
pointed Governor of Bumbav in 

1839- 
1848 to 185 1. Died in Nov. 1852. 
1755 to 1757; 1763 to 1768. 
1770; 1773. 
1737 to 1754. 
1780 to 1793. 
1709 to 1720 (Alderman in 17 14) 

(Knight in 17 15). 
1718 ; 1722 (Alderman) ; 1732 (Lord 

Mayor); 1733 (Knight). 
181 5 to 1843. Died in Jan. 1844. 
1812 to 1815. Died in Aug. iSi 5. 
1725 to 1730. 
1767 to 1772. 
(Director ot London Company) 1709 

to 1711. 
1734 to 1737. 
1767 to 1772. 
(Director of London Company) 1709 

to 1734. 

1713^01715- 

Director of English Company) 17 10 

to 1713. 
1721 to 1734. 

1795 to 1823. Disqualiiied in 1823. 
1833 to 1853. Died in July i860. 

1713- 

(Director of English Company) 1709 

to 1712. 
1749; 1755 to 1758; 1761. 
1765 to 1768. 
1765 to 1771. 

1764 to 1782, and 1785 to 17S8. 
1854 to 1858. Died in Sept. 1875. 
1767 to 1769. 
1749 to 1754; 1758 to 1766. 

1810 to 1824. 



xii DIRECTORS OF THE EAST INDIA COMPANY 



Names. 


Period of Service as Director. 


Darell, Lionel .... 


1780 to 1803 (Bart, in 1800). Died in 




1803. 


Davis, Samuel 


1810 to 1819. Died in July 1819. 


Dawsonne, William 


(Director of English Company) 17 10 




to 1722. 


Decker, Matthew . 


17 14 to 1732 (Bart, in 1717). 


Dempster, George . 


1769; 1772. 


Dent, William 


1 85 1 to 1853. Died in Dec. 1877. 


Dethick, Thomas . 


1772. 


Devaynes, William . 


1770 to 1805 (1802, M.P., Barnstaple). 


Dorrien, John .... 


1755 to 1763. 


Drake, Ko^er .... 


1738 to 1758. 


Drummond, John . 


1722 to 1733. 


Diicane, Peter (senr.) 


1750 to 1753. 


Diicane, Peter (junr.) 


1764 to 1773. 


Dudley, George 


1757 to 1767 ; 1770 and 1771. 


Du Pre, Josias 


1765 ; 1766. 


Dutry, Sir Dennis (Bart.) 


1724 to 1727. 


Eastwick, Captain William 




Joseph .... 


1849 to 1858. 


Ecclestone, John 


1721 to 1735. 


Edmonstone, Neil Benjamin . 


1820 to 1840. 


Ellice, Russell . ' . 


1832 to 1858. 


Elphinstone, Hon. William 


1791 to 1824. 


Fullarton .... 




Ehvick, John .... 


17 1 3 to 1720. 


Emmerson, John 


1735 to 1745. 


Ewer, Walter .... 


1792 to 1795. 


Eyles, Francis .... 


(Director of English Company) 1709. 


Eyles, John .... 


I7ioto 1713 ; and 1717 to 1720 (Bart. 




in 1717). 


Eyles, Joseph .... 


1714 to 1716 ; and 1721. 


Farquhar, Sir Robert Town- 


M.P., Hythe, 1826 to 1828. 


send (Bart.) 




Feake, Samuel 


1733 to 1751- 


Fergusson, Robert Cutlar 


1830 to 1834 (1832, M.P., Kirkcud- 




bright). 


Fitzhu^h, Thomas . 


1787 to 1800. Died in 1800. 


Fleet, Sir John (Knt.) . 


(Director of London Company and 




Alderman) 1709 and 17 11. Died in 




July 1 712. 


Fletcher, Henry 


1769 to 1774 ; and 1777 to 1785 (Bart. 




in 1783. 


Forbes, John .... 


(M.P., Malmesbury) 1 831 to 1839. 


Fonnereau, Abel 


1749 to 1752. 


Fonnereau, Zachary Philip 


1753 and 1754. 


Eraser, Simon .... 


1793 to 1807. 


Freeman, William George 


1769 ; and 1774 to 1781. 


Fryer, Sir John, Bart. ^ . 


1 7 19 (Alderman). 



DIRECTORS OF THE EAST INDIA COMPANY, xiii 



Names. 



reiiod of Service as Director, 



Galloway, Maj.-Genl. Archi 

BALD, C.B. . 
Gibbon, Edward 

Gildart, Kichard 
Gill, Leonard . 
Godl'rey, Peter 
Gosselin, William . 
Gougli, Richard 

Goiigh, Capt. Harry (senr.) 
Goiigh, Harry (jiinr.) 
Goiigh, Charles 
Gould, John (senr.). 
Gould, Nathaniel 
Gould, John (junr.) . 
Grant, Charles 

Gregory, Robert 

Hadley, Henry . 

Hall, Richard . 

Hall, Urban . 

Harrison, Sir Edmond (Knt.) 

Harrison, Edward . 
Harrison, John 
Hamson, Samuel . 
Hawkesworth, John 
Heath, Thomas 
Heath cote, John 
Heathcote, Henry . 
Heme, Joseph 
Heme, Frederick . 
Heme, Nathaniel . 

Hewer, "William 

Hodges, Joseph 

Hodges, Sir William (Bart.) 

Hogg, James Weir . 



Hope, John 
Hudlestone, John . 

Hudson, Capt. Robert 

Hume, Alexander . 
Humphreys, Sir William (Knt 
Hunter, John . 



1842 to 1849 (K.C.B. in 1849). l^i^cl 

in April 1850. 
(Director of London Company) 1709 

to 1711. 

1759- 

1724 to 1732. 

1710 to 1717 and 1734 to 1760. 

i7i4to 1743- 

(Director ot English Company) 1713 

to 1720 (Knight in 171 5). 
1730 to 1733'^!^^^ 1736 to 1751. 
1735 to 1731. 
1749 to 1762. 

1710 to 1712 and 1715 to 1735. 
(Director of English Company) 1714. 

1724 to 1735. 

1797 to 1823 (M.P., Inverness- shire 
in 1802). Died in November 1823. 
1769 to 1772 and 1775 to 1783. 

1757 to 1765. 
1773 to 1789. 

(Director of London Company) 1709. 
(Director of English Company) 1710, 
1711. 

1718 to 1731. 

1758 to 1771 and 1774 to 1782. 
1759; 1761 ; and 1762. 

1773- 

1 7 13 to 17 1 5 and 17 19 to 1721. 
1716 to 1724 and 1728 to 1731. 

1725 to 1727. 

1719 to 1722. 
1709 to 1713. 

(Director of London Company) 17 10 

to 1718. 
(Director of London Company) 1709 

to 1712. 

1714 to 1716 (Baronet in 1715). 
1712. 

(M.P., Beverley) 1839 to 1858 (1846, 
Baronet), (1850, M.P., Honiton). 
Died in May 1876. 

1738 to 1 74 1 and 1744 to 1752. 

1803 to 1826 (1805, M.P., Bridge- 
water). Disqualified in 1826. 

i72itoi729; 1732 to 1734; and 1745 
to 1748. 

1737 to 1748. 

(Alderman) 171 1 to 17 14. 

1781 to 1802. 



xiv DIRECTORS OF THE EAST INDIA COMPANY. 



Names. 



Period of Service as Director. 



Hurlock, Joseph 
Hyde, Samuel . 



IiDglis, Hugh 

luglis, John 
Irwin, James 



Jackson, William Adair 
Jackson, John . 



James, William 
Janssen, Abraham 
Jenkins, Richard 



Kelsey, Henry 

Lascelles, Henry 
Lascelles, Peter 
Law, Stephen . 
LethieuUier, Benjamin 
Lemesurier, Paul 



Lindsay, Honble. Hugh 

Limvood, Nicholas . 
Loch, John 
Lock, Sir John (Knt.) 
Loribond, Edward . 
Lumsden, Jolm 
Lushiugton, Stephen 

Lushington, James Law 



Lyall, George . 

Lyell, Henry . 

Lyell, Baltzar . 

Mabbott, Captain William 
Macnaghten, Elliot . 
Mangles, Ross Donnelly . 



1768; and 1770 to 1773. 
1734 to 1747. 

1736 to 1757. 

1784 to 1812 (Baronet in 1801) (M.P., 

Ashburton in 1802). 
1S03 to 1821. 
1797 to 1800. 

1 803 ; and 1 804. 

1807 to 1820 (1808, M.P., Dover) 
(Baronet in 1815). Died in June 
1820. 
1768 to 1786 (1779, Baronet). 
1725 to 1728. 

1833 to 1853 (M.P., Shrewsbury in 
1837) (G.C.B. in 1839). Died 30th 
Dec. 1853. 

1709 to 1712 ; and 1715 to 1727. 

1737 to 1745. 
1770 to 1775. 
1746 to 1756. 
1730 to 1733. 

(Alderman) 1784 to 1802; and 1805 
(Lord Mayor in I794\ Died in 
1806. 

1814 to 1844 (1826, M.P., Forfar). 
Died in May 1 844. 

1749 to 1754. 

1821 to 1853. 

1733- 

1736; and 1737. 

1817 ; and 1818. Died in Dec. 1818. 

1782 to 1802. (Bart, in 1792) ; (M.P. 

for Penrhyn in 1 802). Died in 1 807. 
(M.P., Carlisle), 1827 to 1853; (C.B. 

in 1830) ; (1837, Major-Gen. and 

K.C.B.); (1847, G.C.B.) Died in 

1859. 
1830 to 1850; (1842, M.P., Loudon). 

Discjualified in 185 1. 
(Director of English Company), 1710 

to 1730. 
1723 to 1740. 

1741 to 1756. 
1S42 to 1858. 

(M.P., Guildlord), 1847 to 1858. Died 
in Aug. 1877. 



DIRECTORS OF THE EAST INDIA COMPANY, xv 



Names. 



Period of Service as Director. 



Hauship, John 

Marjoribaiilis, Campbell . 
Maijoribaiiks, Dudley Coutts . 
Martin, Matthew . 
Masterman, John . 
Mathew, Sir George (Knt.) 
Mead, Richard 

Melville, Hon. "William Henry- 
Leslie 

Metcalfe, Thomas Theophilus . 

Michell, Robert 

Michie, John .... 

Millett, George 

Mills, William 

Mills, Charles (senr.) 



Mills, Charles (junr.) 

Moffat, James . 

Money, William 

Money, William Taylor . 

Moore, Arthur 
Moore, Major James Arthur 
Morris, John . 
Motteux, John 
Muspratt, John Petty 

Newnham, Nathaniel . 
Nightingale, Robert 

Oliphant, Major James 

Owen, Edward 

Page, Ambrose 
Page, Gregory (senr.) 

Page, Gregory, junr. 
Page, John 

Paggen, Captain Peter 
Pardoe, John . 
Parry, Thomas 
Parry, Edward 
Parry, Richard 
Pattison, James 
Pattle, Thomas 
Pavne, John . 



1755 to 1758; 1762 to 1809. Dift- 

qualified in 1809. 
1807 to 1840. Died in Sept. 1840. 
1853. 

1722 to 1729 ; and 1732 to 1740. 
1824 to 1853 ; (1842, M.P., London). 
1710 to 1713. 
1709 ; and 17 12. 
1845 to 1855. 

1 789 to 1 81 2; (1802, M.P., Abingdon); 

(1803, Bart.) Died in 181 3. 
1712 to 1718. 

1770 to 1780 ; and 1783 to 1791. 
1806 to 1812. 

1778 to 1785. Disqualified in 1785. 
1778 to 1781 ; 1793 to 1815 (i^'o2, 

M.P., Warwick). Disqualified in 

1815. 

1823 to 1858 (Bart, in 1868). Died 
in 1872. 

1774 to 1782 ; and 1787 to 1790. 

1789 to 1797. 

(M.P., Wotton Basset), 1818 to 1825. 

Disqualified in 1826. 
(Director of London Company) 1709. 
1850 to 1853. Died in July i860. 

1 814 to 1837. Disqualified in 1838. 
1769 ; and 1784 to 1787. 

1824 to 1853. Died in Aug. 1855. 

1738 to 1758. 

17 12 to 1722 (Bart, in 17 15). 

1844 to 1856 (Lieut.-Col. in 1856). 

Died in June 1881. 
1722 to 1729. 

1714- 

(Director of London Company), 1709 

to 1722 ; (Knt. in 171 5). 
1719 to 1722. 
1730 to 1732. 
1709. 

1765 to 1768. 
1783 to 1806. 
1800 to 1826. Died in July 1827. 

1815 to 1816. Died in July 1817. 
1806 to 1829. Disqualified in 1830. 
1787 to 1795. 

I 1741 to 1757. 



xvi DIRECTORS OF THE EAST INDIA COMPANY. 



Names. 



Peach, Samuel 

Peers, Sir Charles (^Kiil.) 

Phipps, Thomas 

Pigou, Frederick 

Plaut, Henry .... 

Plowden, Richard Chicheley , 

Plowden, Wm. Henry Chicheley 

Pollock, Lieiit.-Gen. Sir George, 

G.C.B 

Pomeroy, William , 
Prescott, Charles Elton , 
Prinsep, Henry Thohy 
Purling, John .... 

Raikes, George 

Ravensliaw, John Goldsborough 

Rawlinson, Lieut.-Col. Sir 

Henry Creswicke, K.C.B. 
Raymond, Jones 
Raymond, John 
Reid, Thomas .... 

Rider, William 
Robarts, Abraham . 

Roberts, John .... 

Robertson, Major-Gen. Archi- 
bald 

Robinson, George Abercrombie 



Rokeby, Benjamin 
Rooke, Giles . 
Rous, William 

Rous, Thomas . 
Rous, Thomas Bate.- 
Rumbold, Thomas 

SatteRj John 

Saunders, Thomas 
Savage, Charles 

Savage, John . 
Savage, Henry 



Scawen, Sir William (Knt. 



Period of Service as Director. 



1773 to 1784. 

(Director of English Company and 

Alderman) 1 712 to 17 14. 
1742 to 1758. 
1758 to 1776. 
1745 to 1758- 
1803 to 1829. 
1841 to 1853. 
1854 to 1858. 



Died in Feb. 1830. 
Died in March 1880. 
Died in Oct. 1872. 



173610 1744. 

1820101832. Died in June 1832. 

1850 to 1858. Died in Feb. 1878. 

1763 to 1 77 1 ; and 1777 to 1780. 

1817 to 1836. Disqualified in 1836. 
1 819 to 1839. Died in June 1840. 
185610 1858. 

173410 1757. 

1757 to 1760. 

1805 to 1824. (Biu'onet in 1824.) 

Died in March 1824. 
1738 to 1754. 
1788 to 1814 (1802, M.P., Worcester.) 

Disqualified in 181 5. 

1764 to 1772 ; 1775 to 1778 ; 1784 to 
1787 ; and 1790 to 1808. 

1 84 1 and 1844 to 1847. Died in June 

1847. 
1808 to 1829 (M.P., Honiton in 18 13) 

(Baronet in 1825). Disqualified in 

1829. 
1720. 

1758 to 1764. 

1733 to 1741 (Knight and Alderman 

in 1738). 
1745 to 1771. 
1773 to 1779- 
1772 to 1778. 

Alderman 1734 to 1744 ; (Knight in 
1736) ; (Lord Mayor in 1740). 

1757 ; and 1765 to 1767. 

1725 to 172S ; and 1731 (Disqualified 
for transferring part of his stock). 

^733- 

1755 to 1762 ; 1765 to 1767 ; and 1770 

to 1782. 
(Director of English Comjpany) 1710 

to 1711. 



DIRECTORS OF THE EAST IXDIA CAMPAXY. xvii 



Names. 



Scott, David . 

Scrcafton, Luke 
Seward, Eicliard 
Shank, Henry . 
Sheplieard, Samuel (i) 

ShephearJ, Francis . 
Sliepheard, Samuel (2) 
Shepherd, John 
Smith, Richard 
Smith, Joshua . 
Smith, John . 
Smith, Nathaniel . 
Smith, Samuel 
Smith, George 

Smith, Martin Tucker 

Snell, William 
Sparkes, Joseph 
Stables, John . 
Steele, William 
Steevens, George 
Stephenson, John . 
Stewart, Sir William (Ki 
Stuart, James . 

Styleman, John 
Sulivan, Laurence . 

Sykes, Lieut.rCol. W 
Henrv . 



Tatem, George 
Taylor, John Bladen 
Thellusson, George Woodford 
Theunemans, Simon 
Thompson, St. Quentin 
Thornhill, John 
Thornton, John 
Thornton, William ( i ) 
Thornton, Robert . 
Thornton, William (2) 
Toone, Sweny . 
Tourton, Nicholas . 

Townson, John 
Travers, John . 
Trenchfield, Elihu . 
Tucker, Henry St. George 



Period of Service as Director. 



t.) 



1793 to 1801 ; 1814 to 1819 (Baronet 
in 1 8 19). Disqualified in 1820. 

1765 to 1768. 

1759*0 1763. 

1831 to 1853. 

(Director of English Company) 1709 
to 17 10. 

1712 to 1714. 

1717 to 1719. 

1836 to 1858. Died in January 1S59. 

1759 to 1764. 

1771; 1772. 

1773 to 1789. 

1774 to 1795. 
1783 to 1786. 

1797 to 1832 (M.P., Midhurst in 
1802). Disqualified in I S3 3. 

1840 to 1858 (M.P., Wvcombe in 
1848). Died in October 1880. 

1742 to 1764 ; 1767 to 1769. 

1773 to 1789. 

1774 to 1781. 
1742 to 1748. 
1757 to 1763. 
1765 to 1768. 
(Alderman) 17 16 to 1719. 

rM.R, Huntingdon) 1826 to 1833. 

Died in April 1833. 
1716 to 1718. 
1755 ^o 1758 ; 1760 to 1764 ; 1769 to 

1772 ; 1778 to 1781 ; 1783. 
1840 to 1858 (Colonel in 1857}. Died 

in June 1872. 

1772 to 1784 ; 1788 to iSor. 
1810 to 1819. 

1799 to 1807. 
1720 to 1732. 
1732 to 1736. 

1816 to 1840. Died in February 1841. 

1749; 1750- 

1759 to 1764. 

1790 to 1813 (1802, M.P., Colchester) 

1800 to 1805. 

1800 to 1830. Disqualified in 1831. 
/"Director of London Company) 17 10 
to 1712. 

1785 10 1798. 

1786 to 1809. 
1723. 
1826 to 1851. 



Died in October 1809. 



Died in June 1851. 



xviii DIRECTORS OF THE EAST INDIA COMPANY. 



Names. 



Tullie, Timothy 
Turner, Edward 
Turner, Whichcott . 
Twining, Eichard . 

Van Neck, Gerrard 
Vansittart, Henry . 
Verelst, Harry 
Vivian, Maj.-Gen. Sir Jolm 
Hussey (K.C.B.) 

Walker, John 
Wallis, James . 
Walpole, Thomas . 
Walton, Bourchier . 
Ward, John (Senr.) . 

Ward, John (Junr.) . 
Ward, Edward 
Warden, Francis 
Warner, Richard 
Waters, Thomas 
Webber, William 
Webster, Sir Thomas (Bart.) 
Webster, Sir Godfrey (Knt.) 
Western, Maximilian 
Wheler, Edward 
Whiteman, John Clarmont 
Wier, Daniel . 
Wigram, William . 



Wilberforce, William 
Wilkinson, Jacob . 
Williams, Stephen . 
Williams, Robert 
Willock, Sir Henry (K.L.S.) 
Willoughby, John Pollard 

Willy, William 
Winter, Capt. James 
Withers, Sir William 
Wombwell, George . 

Woodhouse, John . 
AVordsworth, Josias (Senr.) 
Wordsworth, Josias (Junr.) 



Period of Service as Director. 



1750 to 1763. 

1717 ; 1718 ; and 1721 to 1723. 

1742 to 1755. 

1 8 10 to 18 16. Disqualified in 18 17. 

1729 to 1731. 

1769. 

1771. 

1856 to 1858. 

1732. 

1714 to 1716. 

1753 ; and 1754. 

1759 to 1762. 

(Alderman, and Director of English 
Company) 1709 to 171 1 ; and 1718. 
1712 to 1715 ; and 1718 to 1726. 
1762. 
1838 to 1 85 1. Disqualified in 1851. 

1760 to 1763. 
1759 to 1762. 
1762 to 1765. 
1715; 1716. 
1717 to 1719. 

1755 to 1757- 

1765 to 1777. 
1844 to 1852. 
1768 to 1776. 
1809 to 1812 (1810, M.P., New Ross) ; 

18 1 5 to 1853 (M.P., Wexford, in 

1825). 
1753 ; and 1754. 
1782 to 1785. 

1 791 to 1804. Died in 1805. 
1809 to 1812. Died in July 18 12. 
1838 to 1858. 
1854 to 1858 (1857, M.P., Leominster). 

Died Sept. 1866. 
1746 to 1754. 
1737 to 1754. 
1709. 

1766 to 1768 
in 1780). 

1768 to 1781 
1712 to 1739. 
1721 to 1736. 



Died in Au". 1866. 



and 1775 to 1783 (Bart, 
and 1788 to 1791. 



Young, Sir William (Bart.) . j 1829 to 1846. 



LIST OF 

CHAIRMEN AND DEPUTY CHAIRMEN 



OF THE 



UNITED COMPANY OF .AEERCHANTS OF ENGLAND 
TRADING TO THE EAST INDIES. 

I714 TO 1858. 



[Note. — The Chairman and Deputy Chairman were first elected by the 
Directors permanently for a whole year in 1 7 14. Previous to this date a 
Chairman was appointed on each occasion of a meeting of the Court. The 
salaries of the Chairman and Deputy Chairman in earlier years were under 
the Bye-laws ;{^200 a year each. In 1794 they were increased to ;^5oo, and 
in 1854 to ;^ 1 000 a year each.] 



Years 
Elected. 



1714 
1715 
1716 
T717 
1718 
1719 
1720 
1721 
1722 
1723 
1724 
1725 
1726 
1727 
1728 
1729 
1730 

1731 
1732 

1733 
1734 
1735 



Chairman. 


Deputy Chairman. 


Sir Charles Peers (Knt). 


Robert Child (Alderman). 


Sir Robert Child (Knt.) 


Josias Words\Yorth. 


Sir Gregory Page (Bart.) 


Henry Lyell. 


Josias Wordsworth. 


Henry Lyell. 


Heniy Lyell. 


Sir Robert Nightingale (Bart.) 


Sir Robert Nightingale (Bart.) 


William Dawsonne. 


William Dawsonne. 


Sir Mathew Decker (Bart.) 


Henry Lyell. 


Thomas Heath. 


Josias Wordsworth. 


Joseph Heme. 


Josias Wordswortli. 


Edward Harrison. 


Edward Harrison. 


Abraham Addams. 


Sir Mathew Decker (Bart.) 


Henry Lyell. 


Henry Lyell. 


John Gould. 


John Gould. 


Josias Wordsworth. 


Josias Wordsworth. 


Edward Harrison. 


Edward Harrison. 


Sir Mathew Decker (Bart.) 


Sir Mathew Decker (Bart.) 


Josias Wordsworth. 


Sir Mathew Decker (Bart.) 


Edward Harrison. 


Sir IMathew Decker (Bart.) 


Josias Wordsworth. 


Josias Wordsworth. 


John Gould. 


Josias Wordsworth. 


Abraham Addams. 


Josias Wordsworth. 


Sir William Billers (Knt. and 




Alderman), j 



XX CHAIRMEN AND DEPUTY CHAIRMEN. 



Years 
Elected. 


Chairman. 


Deputy Chairman. 


1736 


Sir William Billers (Knt.) 


Harry Gough. 


1737 


Harry Gougli. 


Josias Wordsworth. 


1738 


Josias "Wordsworth. 


Sir William Rous (Knt. and 
Alderman). 


1739 


Sir William Eons (Knt.) 


Samuel Feake. 


1740 


Samuel Feake. 


Harry Gough. 


I741 


Harry Gougli. 


Sir John Salter (Knt. and 
Alderman). 


1742 


Sir John Salter (Knt.) 


Harry Gough. 


1743 


Harry Gough. 


Samuel Feake. 


1744 


Samuel Feake. 


Dodding Braddyll. 


1745 


Dodding Braddyll. 


Harry Gough. 


1746 


Harry Gough. 


Samuel Feake. 


1747 


Harry Gough. 


Richard Chauncev. 


1748 


Richard Chauncey. 


Dodding Braddyll. (Died in 
Jan. 1748-9.) 


1749 


William Baker. 


Richard Chauncey. 


1750 


Richard Chauncey. 


Harry Gough. 


1751 


Roger Drake. 


William Baker. 


1752 


William Baker. 


Richard Chauncey. 


1753 


Richard Chauncey. 


Roger Drake. 


1754 


Roger Drake. 


Richard Chauncey. 


1755 


Roger Drake. 


Peter Godfrey. 


1756 


Peter Godfrey. 


John Payne. 


1757 


John Payne. 


Laurence Sulivan. 


1758 


Laurence Sulivan. 


Pioger Drake. 


1759 


Peter Godfrey. 


John Boyd. 
Thomas Rous. 


1760 


Laurence Sulivan. 


I761 


Laurence Sulivan. 


Thomas Rous. 


1762 


Thomas Rous. 


John Dorrien. 


1763 


John Dorrien. 


Laurence Sulivan. 


1764 


Thomas Rous. 


Henry Crabb Boulton. 


1765 


Henry Crabb Boulton. 


George Dudley. 


1766 


George Dudley. 


Thomas Rous. 


1767 


Thomas Rous. 


Thomas Saunders. 


1768 


Henry Crabb Boultou. 


Sir George Colebrooke (Bait.) 


1769 


Sir George Colebrooke (Bart.) 


Peregrine Cust. 


1770 


Sir George Colebrooke (Bart.) 


John Purling. 


1 77 1 


John Purling. 


George Dudle3^ 


1772 


Sir George Colebrooke (Bart.) 


Laurence Sulivan. 




Henry Crabb Boulton. (Died 


Edward Wheler. 


^773- 


in October 1773.) 






Edward Wheler. 


John Harrison. 


1774 


Edward Wheler. 


John Harrison. 


1775 


John Harrison. 


John Roberts. 


1776 


John Roberts. 


William James. 


1777 


George Wombwell. 


William Devaynes. 


1778 


George Wombwell. 


William James. 


1779 


Sir William James (Bart.) 


William Devaynes. 


1780 


William Devaynes. 


Laurence Sulivan. 



CHAIRMEN AND DEPUTY CHAIRMEN 



XXI 



Years 
Elected. 


Chairman. 


Deputy Cliairinan. 


I781 


Laurence Sulivaii. 


Sir William James (Bart.) 


1782 


Robert Gregory. 


Henry Fletcher. 


1783 


Sir Henry Fletcher (Burt.) 


Nathaniel Smith. 


1784 


Nathaniel Smith. 


William Devaynes. 


1785 


William Devaynes. 


Nathaniel Smitli. 


1786 


John Michie. 


John Motteux. 


1787 


John Mottenx. 


Nathaniel Smith. 


1788 


Nathaniel Smith. 


John Michie. 


1789 


William Devaynes. 


Stephen Lusliington. 


1790 


Stephen Lusliington. 


William Devaynes. 


I79I 


John Smith Burges. 


Francis Baring. 


1792 


Francis Baring. 


John Smith Burges. 


1793 


William Devaynes. 


Thomas Cheap. 


1794 


William Devaynes. 


John Hunter. 


1795 


Sir Stephen Lnshington(Bart). 


David Scott. 


1796 


David Scott. 


Hugh Inglis. 


1797 


Hngli Inglis. 


Jacob Borian(iuet. 


1798 


Jacob Bosanquet. 


Sir Stephen Lusliington (Bart.) 


1799 


Sir Stephen Lusliington (Bart.) 
Hugh Inglis. 


Hugh Inglis. 


_ ^ -^ 
1800 


David Scott. 


180I 


David Scott. 


Charles Mills. 


1802 


John Roberts. 


Jacob Bosanquet. 


1803 


Jacob Bosanquet. 


John Roberts. 


1804 


Hon. Wm. Fnllarton Elphin- 
stone. 


Charles Grant. 


1805 


Charles Grant. 


George Smith. 


ibo6 


Hon. Wm. FuUarton Elphin- 
stone. 


Edward Parry. 


1807 


Edward Parry. 


Cliarles Grant. 


1808 


Edward Parrv. 


Charles Grant. 


1809 


Cliarles Grant, :\I.P. 


William Astell, M.P. 


1810 


William Astell,M. P. 


Jacob Bosanquet. 


1811 


Jacob Bosanquet. 


Sir Hugh Inglis (Bart.) 


1812 


Jacob Bosanquet. 


Sir Hugh Inglis (Bart.) 


1813 


Robert Tliornton. 


Hon. Wm. FuUarton Elphin- 
stone. 


1814 


Hon. Wm. Fnllarton El phi n- 
stone. 


John Inglis. 


1815 


Charles Grant, M.P. 


Thomas Reid. 


1816 


Thomas Reid. 


John Bebl\ 


1817 


John Bebb. 


James Pattisoii. 


1818 


James Pattison. 


Campbell Marj(jribanks. 


1819 


Campbtdl I\[arjoribanks. 


George xVbercrombie Robinson. 


1820 


George Abercrombie Rolnn^on. 


Thomas Reid. 


1821 


Thomas Reid. 


James Pattison. 


1822 


James Pattison. 


William Wigram. 


1823 


William AYigram, :d.P. 


William Astell, M.P. 


1824 


William Asttdl, M.P, 


Campbell Marjorilianks. 


1825 


Campbell Marjoribanks. 

1 


Sir George Abercrumbie Robin- 
son (Bart.) 



xxii CHAIRMEN AND DEPUTY CHAIRMEN. 



Years 
Elected. 



1826 

1827 

1828 
1829 
1830 
1831 

1832 

1833 
1834 
1835 
1836 

1837 



1839 



184] 



1843 

1844 
1845 
1846 

1847 



1849 

1850 

185I 

1852 

1853 
1854 
1855 
1856 
1857 
1858 



Chairman. 



Sir George Abercrombie Ro- 
binson, (Bart.) 

Hon. Hugh Lindsay, M.P. 
(Bart.) 

William Astell, M.P. 

John Loch. 

William Astell, M.P. 

Robert Campbell. 

John Goldsborough Raven- 

shaw. 
Campbell Marjoril)anks, 
Henry St. George Tucker. 
William Stanley Clarke. 
Sir James Rivett Carnac, (Bart. ) 
Sir James Rivett Carnac, (Bart. ) 

Major-Gen. Sir James Law 

Lushington, K.C.B. 
Sir Richard Jenkins, G.C.B., 

M.P. 
William Butterworth Bayley. 
George Lyall. 

Major-Gen. Sir James Law 

Lushington, G.C.B. 
John Cotton. 
John Shepherd. 
Sir Henry Willock, K.L^S 
"r Jan 

M.P. 
Henry St. George Tucker. 

Lieut.-Gen. Sir James Law 

Lushington, G.C.B. 
Major-Gen. Sir Archibald 

Galloway, K.C.B. 
John Shepherd. 

John Shepherd. 

Sir James Weir Hogg, (Bart.), 

M.P. 
Russell Elice. 
Major James Oliphant. 
Elliot Macnaghten. 
Colonel Wm. Henry Sykes. 
Ross Donnelly Mangles, M.P. 
Sir Frederick Currie, (Bart.) 



Deputy Chairman. 



Hon. Hugh Lindsay, M.P. 

James Pattison. 

John Loch. 

William Astell, M.P. 

Robert Campbell. 

John Goldsborough Raven- 

shaw. 
Campbell Marjoribanks. 

William Wigram. 

William Stanley CLarke. 

James Rivett Carnac. 

John Loch. 

Major-Gen. Sir James Law 

Lushington, K.C.B. 
Richard Jenkins, M.P. 

William Butterworth Bayley. 



George Lyall. 
Major-Gen. Sir James 

Lushington, G.C.B. 
John Cotton. 



Law 



John Shepherd. 
Sir Henry Willock, K.L.S. 
James AVeir Hogg, M.P. 
Henry St. George Tucker. 

Lieut.-Gen. Sir James Law 
Lushington, G.C.B. 

Major-Gen. Archibald Gallo- 
way, C.B. 

John Shepherd. 

Sir James Weir Hoofg, (Bart.}, 

M.P. 
Sir James Weir Hogg, (Bart.), 

M.P. 
Russell El lice. 

I Major James Oliphant. 
I Elliot Macnaghten. 

Lieut. -Col. Wm. Henry Sykes. 
I Ross Donnelly Mangles, IVI.P. 
! Sir Frederick Currie, (Bart.) 
1 Capt. Wm. Jopeph Ea^twick. 



LIS)T 

OF 

PRESIDENTS OF THE BOARD OF CONTROL, 



[The Board of Control was established by Law on the 13th August 1784, 
and abolished with the East India Company in 1858.] 



Date of assuming charge 
of Office. 



September 5, 1784 

April 25, 1 801 . 

July 12, 1802 . 
February 11, 1806 
July 15, 1806 . 
September 30, 1806 
April 4, 1807 
July II, 1809 . 
November 7, 1809 

April 4, 1812 . 
June 4, 1 8 16 
January 12, 1821 
February 5, 1822 
February 4, 1828 
September 17, 1828 
November 22, 1830 

December 15, 1834 
April 23, 1835 . 

September 4, 1841 

October 23, 1841 
May 17, 1843 . 
July 6, 1846 
February 5, 1S52 
February 27, 1852 
December 28, 1852 

February 28, 1855 
February 26, 1858 
May 31, 1858 . 



Names of Presidents of the Board of Control. 



Right Hon. Henry Dundas (afterwards Vis- 
count Melville). 

Viscount Lewisham (afterwards Earl Dart- 
mouth). 

Viscount Castlereagh. 

The Earl of Minto. 

Right Hon. Thomas Grenville. 

Right Hon. George Tierney. 

Right Hon. Robert Dundas. 

Earl of Harrowby. 

Right Hon. Robert Dundas (afterwards Vis- 
count Melville). 

The Earl of Buckinghamshire. 

Right Hon. George Canning. 

Right Hon. Charles Bathurst. 

Right Hon. Charles Watkins Williams Wynn. 

Viscount Melville. 

The Earl of Ellenborough. 

Right Hon. Charles Grant (afterwards 
Glenelg). 

The Earl of Ellenborough. 

Right Hon. Sir John Cam Hobhouse, 
"(afterwards Lord Broughton). 

The Earl of Ellenborough (became Governor- 
General of India). 

Lord Fitzgerald and Vesey (died i ith May 1843). 

The Earl of Ripon. 

Lord Brougliton. 

Right Hon. Fox Maule. 

Right Hon. John Charles Herries. 

Right Hon. Sir Charles Wood, Bart, (afterwards 
Viscount Halifax). 

Right Hon. Robert Vernon Smith. 

The Earl of Ellenborough. 

Lord Stanley (became First Secretary of State 
for India). 



Lord 



Bart. 



CHRONOLOGICAL LIST 

OF 

GOYEENOES OP THE MADEAS PEESIDENCY 

FROM 1652 TO 1S58, 

When the Affairs of the East India Company were transferred to the 
Imperial Government. 



Date of Anivul Date of Assuniiug 
at Madras. Charge of Office. 



June — 1665 



July 



July 



1668 

1676 
16S1 



i6;2 



1659 
i66i 



Au'^ 22, 1668 



Jan. 



July 



1670 



167S 



1681 



Xaines. 



Aaron Baker. At first Agent for the 
settlement of Madras, which was 
under the jurisdiction of tlie Presi- 
dency of Bantam in Java, from its 
foundation in 1639 till it was created 
a Presidency in 1653. 

Sir THo:srAs Chambers. 

Sir Edward Winter. Made o\er 
charge 22d Aug. 1668, and em- 
barked for England 19th Jan. 1672. 

George Foxcraft. Three months 
after his arrival with a commission 
to supersede Sir E. Winter, Mr. 
Foxcraft was, on a charge of disloy- 
alty, placed in confinement by Sir 
E. Winter, who resumed the Go- 
vernorship and retained it until Mr. 
Foxcraft was released and reinstated 
by commissioners from England. 
Mr. Foxcraft made over charge in 
1670, and embarked for England 
the same year. 

Sir ■^^'ILLIAM Langhorn, Bart. Made 
over charge 27th Jan. 1678, and em- 
barked for England. 

Streinsham Master. Made over 
charge 3d July 1681. 

WiLLiA3i Gyfford. By the East India 
Gompany's commission dated 14th 
Nov. 1 68 1, received 17th July 1682. 
The Bengal Agency, hitherto attached 
to Madras, became a separate Go- 
vernment. 



GOVERNORS Of MADRAS, 



XXV 



Date of Arrival Dateof Assuunngj 
at Madras. Charge of Office. ' 



June 23, 1672 

Mar. 19, 1684 

July 7, 1698 

Feb. 3, 1693 

16S4 

May 31, 1685 

July II, 171 1 

Aug. 28, 1716 

July 16, 1701 

Feb. 25, 1719 

Aucr. 30, 1724 

Dec. 26, 1724 

June 28, 1733 

June 25, 17 18 



Aug. 22, J 7 13 . Sept. 10, 1746 



July 25, 1687 

Oct. 3, 1692 

July 7, 169S 

Sept. 18, 1709 
Oct. 17, 1709 i 
Nov. 3, 1709 

July II, 171 1 

Jan. 8, 1717 

i 

Jan. 18, 1720 
Oct. 15, 1 72 1 j 

Jan. IS, 1725 I 

i 

May 14, 1730 
Jan. 23, 1735 
Jan. 17, 1744 



Names. 



Elihu Yale. Also Acting Governor in 

Mr. Gytt'ord's absence in Bengal , 8tli 

Aug. 1684 to 26th Jan. 1685. 
Nathaniel Higc;in«on. Made over 

charge 7tli July 1698, and embarked 

for England 251I1 Feb. 1700. 
Thomas Pitt. Made over charge i8tli 

Sept. 1709, and embarked for Eng- 
land 26tli Oct. 1709. 
GuLsTON Addison. Died at Madras 

I7tli Oct. 1709. 
Edmund Montague. Acting Gover- 
nor ; made over charge 3d Nov. 1709. 
AYilliam Fraser. Acting Governor ; 

made over charge and embarked for 

England nth July 1711. 
Edward Harrison. M ade over charge 

on 8th Jan. 17 17, and embarked for 

England. 
Joseph Collet. Made over charge on 

l8tli Jan. 1720, and embarked for 

England. 
Francis Hastings. Acting Governor ; 

made over charge and embarked for 

England 15th Oct. 1721. 
Nathaniel Elwick. Made overcharge 

15th Jan. 1725, and embarked for 

England 17th Jan. 1725. 
James Macrae. Made overcharge 14th 

May 1730; embarked for England 

2ist Jan. 1 73 1. 
George Morton Pitt. Made over 

charge 23d Jan. 1735, and embarked 

for Enifland. 



Eichard Ben yon. 

17th Jan. 1744, 

England. 
Nicholas Morse. 



Made over charge 
and embarked for 

Taken prisoner on 
the capture of Fort St. George by 
the French in 1746. The Govern- 
ment devolved on Mr. Hinde,^ De- 
puty Governor of Fort St. David. 
John Hinde. Deputy Governor at 
Fort St. David, where he died on 
I4tli April 1747, previous to receipt 
of Court's despatch, dated 24th Jan. 
1747, creating Fort St. David the 
head settlement, and a^jpointing 
him Governor and President. 



XXVI 



GOVERNORS OF MADRAS. 



Date of Arrival | Date of Assuming 
at Madias. Charge of Office. 



May 23, 1730 
July 14, 1732. 



July 26, 1737 

Oct. 2, 1 761 
Dec. 30, 1 74 1 
June 10, 1752 
July 12, 1768 
Dec. 9, 1775 



Names. 



June 17, 175] 
Aug. 3, 1752 
Feb. 8, 1778 

(See above) 



April 16, 1747 
Sept. 19, 1750 



Jan. 14, 1755 

Nov. 14, 1763 
Jan. 25, 1767 
Jan. 31, 1770 
Feb. 2, 1773 
Dec. II, 1775 



Aug. 23, 1776 
Aug. 31, 1777 
Feb. 8, 1778 

April 6, 1780 



Charles Floyer. Dismissed from ser- 
vice under Court's despatch received 
6th July 1750. 

TnoMxiS Saunders. Made over charge 
and embarked for England 14th 
Jan. 1755. (The seat of govern- 
ment was re-established at Fort St. 
George on 5th April 1752, four years 
after its restoration under the Treaty 
of Aix la Chapelle.) 

George Pigott. Made over charge and 
embarked for England 14th Nov. 
1763. Became Lord Pigot (see be- 
low). 

Robert Palk. Made over charge and 
embarked for England 25th Jan. 
1767. 

Charles Bourchier. Made over 
charge 31st Jan. 1770, and embarked 
for England 8th Feb, 1770. 

JosiAS Du Pr^. Made over charge 
and embarked for England 2d Feb. 

1773- 

Alexander Wynch. Made over charge 
nth Dec. 1775, a^itl embarked for 
England 15th Feb. 1776. 

Right Hon. Lord Pigot. Governor for 
second time. Placed under arrest 
by order of Mr. Geo. Stratton and 
the majority of the Council, and 
detained at St. Thomas' Mount on 
24th Aug. 1776; allowed to return 
to Garden House for change of air 
on 24th April 1777, and there died 
on 20th May 1777. 

George Stratton. Suspended from 
service 31st Aug. 1777. 

John Whitehill. Acting Governor. 
Made over charge 8th Feb. 1778. 

Sir Thomas Rumbold, Bart. Was 
second in Council under Mr. Warren 
Hastings in Bengal. Made over 
charge, and embarked for England 
6th April 1780. 

John Whitehill. Acting Governor for 
second time, but suspended by order 
of the Governor-General of Bengal 
and his Council under sec. ix of the 
Regulations. Made over charge 8th 
Nov. 1780. 



GOVERNORS OF MADRAS. 



XXVll 



Date of Arrival Date of Assuming 
at Madras. Charge of Office. 



July 10, 1753 
June 22, 178 1 



Nov. 8, 1780 
June 22, 1 78 1 



Sept. 8, 1760. June 18, 1785 
April 6, 1786 



July 26, 1760 



June 5, 1769 



Feb. 7, 1789 



Feb. 13, 1790 



Feb. 20, 1790 Feb. 20, 1790 



Oct. 15, 1790 



Sept. 7, 1794 



Aug. I, 1792 



Sept. 7, 1794 



Mar. — 1797 Feb. 21, 1798 



Aug. 21, 1798 



Aug. 21, 1798 



Aug. 30, 1803 ^ Aug. ^o, 1803 



Jan. 23, 1765 Sept. 11, 1807 



Dec. 24, 1807 Dec. 24, 1807 



Na 



Charles Smith. Acting Governor. 
Made over charge 22d June 1781, 
and embarked for England. 
Lord Macartney, K.B. Embarked for 
the Northern Ports and Bengal 4th 
June 1785, and resigned 8th June 
by letter from Vizagapatam. 
Alexander Davidson. Acting Gover- 
nor. Made over charge 6th April 
1786. Died in Madras 1791. 
Major-Gen. Sir Archibald Campbell, 
K.B. Made over charge, and em- 
barked for England 7th Feb. 1789. 
John Holland. Acting Governor. 
Made over charge and embarked for 
England 13th Feb. 1790. 
Edward Holland, Acting Governor. 

Made over charge 2otli Feb. 1790. 
Major- General William Medows. 
Made over charge and embarked for 
England ist Aug. 1792. 
Sir Charles Oakeley, Bart. Date of 
arrival as writer in Madras 6th June 
1767. Resigned Governorship 7th 
Sept. 1794, and embarked for Eng- 
land 29th Sept. 1794. 
Lord HoBART. Miide over charge and 
embarked for England 20th Feb. 
1798. 
Lieutenant-General George Harris. 
Commander-in-chief and Acting 
Governor. Made over charge 21st 
Aug. 1798. 
Lord Clive (The Second). Made 
over charge 3otli Ang. 1803, and 
embarked for England 12th Sept. 
1803. 

Cavendish 
over charge 
embarked for 
1807. Died 



Ben- 
II th 

Eng- 
17th 



Lord AYillia:*! 

TiNCK. Made 

Sept. 1807, and 

land 27th Sept 

June 1839. 
William Petrie. Acting Governor. 

Made over charge 24th Dec. 1807. 

Died 27th Oct. 18 16 at Prince of 

Wales Island. 
Sir George Hilaro Barlow, Bart., 

K.C.B. Made over charge 21st May 

1 813, and embarked for England 

26th Aug. 1 813.' 



XXVIU 



GOVERNORS OF MADRAS, 



Date of Arrival Date of Assuming 
at Madras. Charge of Office. 



Names. 



March6, 1S13 | May 21, 181 3 



Sept. 16, 1 8 14 
June 10, 1 8 20 

Feb. 3, 1798 
Oct. 18, 1827 
Oct. 25, 1S32 

Aug. 29, 1803 
March 6, I S3 7 



Sept. 24, 1842 I Sept. 24, 1842 



July 5, 1809 I 
April 7, 1848 



Aug. 3. 18 17 



April 28, 1854 



Feb. 23, 1848 
April 7, 1S48 

April 24, 1854 
April 28, 1854 



Sept. 16, 1S14 j 
June 10. 1020 

July 10, 1827 ; 

I 

Oct. 18, 1827 ^ 

Oct. 25, 1832 ^ 

J 

I 

March 4, 1837 
March 6, 1837 1 



Lieutenaut - General the Hon. John 
Abercromby. Commander-in-chief 
and Acting Governor. Made over 
charge i6th Sept. 181 4, and em- 
barked for England 20th Oct. 18 14. 

liight Hon. Hugh Elliot. Made over 
charge loth June, and embarked for 
England i6th June 1820. 

Major-General Sir Thomas Munro, 
Bart., K.C.B. Died at Pattikonda, 
in the Kurnul district, 6th July 
1827. 

Hexry Sullivan Gr.eme. Acting Go- 
vernor. Made over charge i8th Oct. 
1827. Died 14th July 1850. 

Stephen EuMBOLD Lushington. Made 
over charge and embarked for Eng- 
land 25th Oct. 1832. 

Lieutenant - General Sir Frederick 
Adam, K.C.B. Made over charge 
and embarked for England 4th 
March 1837. 

George Edward Russell. Acting 
Governor. Made over charge 6th 
March 1837. Died 20th Oct. 1863. 

Lord ELrniNSTONE, G.C.H. Made over 
charge 24th Sept. 1842, and left the 
Presidency on the 29lh Sept. for 
Bangalore and Nilgiri Hills en route 
to Europe. Died 19th July i860. 

Lieutenant-General the Most Honour- 
able the Marquis of Taveeddale, K.T. 
and C.B. Also Commander-in-chief, 
Made over charge and embarked 
for England 23d 'Feb. 1848. Died 
loth Oct. 1876. 

Major - General Henry Dickinson. 
Acting Governor. Made over charge 
7th April 1848. 

Right Hon. Sir Henry Pottinger, 
Bart., G.C.B. Made over charge 
and embarked for England 24th 
April 1854. Died i8th March 1856. 

Daniell Eliott. Acting Governor. 
Made over charge 28th April 1854. 
Died 30th Oct. 1872. 

Lord Harris. Made over charge 28lh 
March and embarked for England 
31st March 1859. ^^i"^ 23d Novem- 
ber 1872. 



CHRONOLOGICAL LIST 

OF 

C0MMAXDER8-IX-CHIEF IX THE 3IAI)KAS PRESIDEXCY 

FROM 1697 TO 1S58, 

JJ7ien the Affairs of the East India Company -uere transferred to the 
lyipcrial Goi-ernjnent. 



[In the earlier j'earf; the Commi-^sions of Governors also bore the title of 
Commanders-in-Chief.] 



Date of Com- 


Date of Assum- 


Names. 


mission. 


ing Commaud. 


J:ui. 5, 


1697 


July 


7, 


1698 


Thomas Pitt. Also Governor. Em- 
burked for England 20th Oct. 1 709. 


Jan. 20, 


1 70S 


Sept. 


18, 


1709 


Gdlston Addison. Also Governor. 
Died at Madras 17th Oct. 1709. 


Dec. 22, 


1710 


July 


II, 


1711 


Edward Harrison. Also Governor. 
Embarked for England 8th Jan. 
1717. 


Dec. 19, 


1719 


Jan, 


18, 


1720 


Francis Hastings. Also Governor. 
Embarked for England 15th Oct. 
1721. 


April 14, 


1721 


Oct. 


15, 


1721 


Nathaniel El wick. Also Governor. 
Embarked for England 17th Jan. 

1725. 


Jan. 27, 


1724 


Jan. 


15, 


1725 


James Macrae. Also Governor. Em- 
barked for England 21st Jan. 1731. 


Dec. 5, 


1729 


.Alay 


14, 


1730 


George Morton Pitt. Also Governor. 
Embarked for England 23d Jan. 
1735- 


Jan. 29, 


1735 


Jan. 


23, 


1735 


Richard Benyon. Also Governor. 
Embarked for England 17th Jan. 
1744. 


July 24, 


1747 

• 


Sept. 


10, 


1746 


John Hinde. Also Governor at Fort 
St. David, where he died I4tli April 
1747, previous to receipt of commis- 
sion and the orders creating Fort St. 
David the head settlement, in con- 
sequence of the capture of Fort St. 
George by the French. 



XXX COMMA NDERS-IN-CHIEF, MA DRA S. 



Date of Com- 
mission. 



Dec, 24, 1747 
Aug. 21, 1751 

Feb. 15, 1754 

Nov. 14, 1764 

Jan. 4, 1765 
Jan. 12, 1768 

Mar. 17, 1769 
April 12, 1774 

April 12, 1774 
April 4,1775 

June 25, 1777 

Jan. 5, 1 78 1 
Nov. 24, 1784 

Sept. 21, 1784 
Sept. 7, 1785 
Nov. 25, 1789. 



Date of Assum- 
ing Command. 


Apri! 


16, 


1747 


Sept. 


19, 


1750 


Jan. 


14, 


1755 


Nov. 


14, 


1763 


Jan. 


25, 


1767 


Jan. 


3h 


1770 


Feb. 


2, 


1773 


Dec. 


II, 


1775 


June 


22, 


1781 


June 


— 


1785 


July 


21, 


1785 


April 


6, 


1786 


Feb. 


20, 


1790 



Names. 



Charles Floyer. Also Governor. 

Dismissed the service 6th July 1750. 
Thomas Saunders. Also Governor. 

Embarked for England 14th Jan. 

1755. 

George Pigot. Also Governor. Em- 
barked for England 14th Nov. 1763. 
(See below.) 

Brigadier - General John Cailland. 
Commander of the Forces on the 
Coromandel Coast. 

Robert Palk. Also Governor. Em- 
barked for England 25th Jan. 1767. 

Charles Bourchier. Also Governor. 
Embarked for England 8th Feb. 
1770. 

JosiAS Du Pr^. Also Governor. Em- 
barked for England 2d Feb. 1773. 

Alexander Wynch. Also Governor. 
Embarked for England 15th Feb. 
1776. 

Brigadier - General Joseph Smith. 
Commander of the Forces on the 
Coromandel Coast. 

Right Hon. Lord Pigot. Also Gover- 
nor. Placed under arrest by the 
majority of his Council. Died 20th 
May 1777. (See under Governors.) 

Major-General Hector Munro. Com- 
mander of the Forces on the Coro- 
mandel Coast. 

Lord Macartney, K.B. Also Gover- 
nor. Resigned 8th June 1785. 

Lieutenant-General Sir Robert Sloper, 
K.B. Died 13th August 1802 at 
West Green, Hants. 

Lieutenant-General Sir JohnDalling, 
Bart., K.B. Commander of the 
Forces at Madras. Commission re- 
voked 2ist April 1786. 

Lieutenant-General Sir Archibald 
Campbell, K.B. Also Governor. 
Embarked for England 7tli Feb. 
1789. Died March 1791 in London. 

Major-Gen. Sir William Medows, K.B. 
Also Governor. Was Commander- 
in-Chief in Bombay. Quitted com- 
mand and embarked for England 
ist Aug. 1792. Died 14th Nov. 
181 3 in England. 



COMMANDERS-IN-CHIEF, MADRAS, xxxi 



Date of Com- 
mission. 



June 3, 1790 
Feb. 12, 1794 
May I, 1795 



Date of Assum- 
ing Command. 



Oct. II, 1797 

Dec. 10, 1800 
Mar. 16, 1803 

May 7, 1S04 

June 3, 1807 

Jan. 6, 1807 
Mar. 23, 1 810 

May 3, 1809 

Dec. 21, 1813 



Aug. I, 1792 
Sept. 7, 1794 
Jan. 15, 1796 



Mar. 27, 1797 



Names. 



Aug. 30, 1803 
Oct. 17, 1804 

Sept. 17, 1807 

April 10, 1 8 10 
Sept. 27, 1 8 10 

May 21, 18 13 

May 25, 1 8 14 



Sir Charles Oakeley, Bart. Also Go- 
vernor. Embarked for England 
29th Sept. 1794. 
Right Hon. Lord Hobart. Also Go- 
vernor. Embarked for England 
20th Feb. 1798. 
Major-Gen. Sir Alured Clarke, K.B. 
Commander of the Forces Madras. 
Governor of Bengal 6th Aug. 1796. 
Governor-General of Bengal and 
Commander-in-Chief of India 17th 
May 1798. Died Sept. 1832 in 
England. 
Major-Gen. George (afterwards Lord) 
Harris, G.C.B. Commander of the 
Forces; also Governor 21st Feb. 
1798. Quitted command 21st Aug. 
1798. Died 31st May 1829 at Bel- 
mont, Kent. 
Lieut.-Gen. John Stuart. Quitted 

command 17th Oct. 1804. 
Lord William Cavendish Bentinck. 
Also Governor. Embarked for Eng- 
land 29th Sept. 1807. Died 17th 
June 1839. 
Major-Gen. Sir John Francis Cra- 
DOCK, G.C.B., K.H. (afterwards Lord 
Howden). Commander of the Forces. 
Quitted command 17th Sept. 1807. 
Died July 1839 in England. 
Lieut.-Gen. Sir Hay M'Dowall. Com- 
mander of the Forces. Quitted 
command loth April 18 10. 
Lieut.-Gen. Sir George Hewitt, G.C.B. 

Quitted command 27th Sept. 18 10. 
Major-Gen. Sir Samuel Auchmuty, 
G.C.B. Commander of the Forces. 
Governor and Commander-in-Chief 
15th Oct. 181 1. Quitted command 
2ist May 1 8 13. Died 31st Aug. 
1822 -while in command at Dublin. 
Lieut.-Gen. the Hon. John Aber- 
cromby, G.C.B. Also Governor. 
Was Commander-in-Chief at Bom- 
bay. Quitted commaTid 25th May, 
and embarked 20th Oct. 1 8 1 4. Died 
Feb. 1 8 19 in England. 
Lieut.-Gen. Sir Thomas Hislop, G.C.B. 
Was Commander-in-Chief at Bom- 
bay. Captured on his voyage to 



xxxii COMMANDERS-IN-CHIEF, MADRAS. 



Date of Com- 
mission. 



Dec. 6, 1 8 19 

Feb. 12, 1 82 1 

Dec. II, 1824 
May 25. 1825 



Date of Assum- 
ing: Command. 



.Time 15, 1821 
Dec. II, 1824 



1826 



May II, 1 83 1 



Oct. 17, 1830 

April 17, 1836! Oct. II, 1836 

July 4, 1838 i Dec. 21, 1838 



Sept. 18, 1839 



July 


3, 1 841 


Jan. 


20, 1 84 1 


Feb. 


II, 1841 



Aug. 
Jan. 



Jan. 20, 1 84 1 
Feb. II, 1 841 



June 10, 1820 



1840 



— 184] 



Names. 



Madras. Governor and Commander- 
in-Chief, Fort St. George, 2d July 
1 8 1 7. Quitted command 1 5th Jnne 
1 82 1. Died 3d May 1843 ^^ Charl- 
ton, Kent. 

Major-Gen. Sir Thomas Muxro, Bart., 
K.C.B. Also Governor. Died at 
Pattikonda in Kurnul district 6th 
July 1827. 

Lieut.-Gen. Sir Alexander Campbell, 
Bart., K.C.B. Commander of the 
Forces. Died nth December 1824. 

General Bowser. Assumed command 
as senior officer. 

Lieut.-Gen. Sir George Townsexd 
Walker, Bart., G.C.B. Quitted 
command nth May 1831. Died 
Governor of Chelsea Hospital 15th 
Xov. 1842. 

Lieut.-Gen. Sir Eobert William 
O'Callaghan, G.C.B., K.C.H. Quit- 
ted command nth Oct. 1836. Died 
9th June 1840 in London. 

Lieut.-Gen. Sir Peregrine Maitland, 
K.C.B. Quitted command 21st 
Sept. 1838. Governor at the Cape 
of Good Hope 19th Dec. 1843. Died 
30th May 1854 in London. 

Lieut.-Gen. Sir Jasper Nicolls, K.C. B. 
Quitted command 7th Dec. 1839, 
and became Commander-in-Chief of 
India. Died 4th May 1849 at 
Goodrist, Beading. 

Lieutenant-General Sir Samuel Ford 
Whittingham,K.C.B., K.C.H. Died 
19th Jan. 1 84 1 at Madras. 

^Major-General Sir Hugh Gough 
(afterwards Lord Gough), G.C.B. 
Appointed temporarih^, but did not 
assume command. Became Com- 
mander-in-chief of India nth Aug. 
1843. ^i^^^ -^^ March 1869 at 
Dublin. 

Major-General Sir James Allen, 
K.C.B. Temporary command. Died 
17th Feb. 1853 at Clieltenham. 

Major-General Sir PiObert Henry 
Dick, K.C.B., K.C.H. Temporary 
command. Killed at Sobraon loth 
Feb. 1846. 



COMMANDERS-IN-CHIEF, MADRAS, xxxiii 



Date of Com- 
mission. 



April 20, 1 842 

Sept. 29, 1847 
May 20, 1851 

Sept. 7, 1853 
Sept. 23, 1854 

Jan. 23, 1856 
April 24, 1856 



Date of Assum- 
ing Command. 



Sept. 20, 1842 

Mar. 13, 1848 
Sept. 29, 1 85 1 

Oct. 27, 1853 
Sept. 23, 1854 

Jan, 23, 1856 
June 10, 1856 



Names. 



Lieutenant-General the Marquis of 
TWEEDDALE, K.T., G.C.B., G.C.H. 

Also Governor. Embarked for Eng- 
land 23d Feb. 1848. Died loth Oct. 
1876. 

Lieutenant-General Sir George Henry 
FrederickBerkeley, K.C.B. Quit- 
ted command 29tli Sept. 185 1. Died 
1 2th Feb. 1863. 

Lieutenant-General Sir Richard Arm- 
strong, K.C.B.,K.T.,andS. Quitted 
command 27th Oct. 1853. Died 3d 
March 1854 on his voyage home on 
board the " Barham." 

Lieutenant - General Sir William 
Staveley, K.C.B. Died at Ootaca- 
mund 4th April 1854. 

Lieutenant-General the Hon. George 
Anson. Removed to Bengal. Com- 
mander-in-chief of India 23d Jan. 
1856. Died of cholera 2 7 th May 1 8 5 7. 

Major-General Marcus Beresford. 
Temporary command. Died i6th 
March 1876 at Leamington. 

Lieutenant - General Sir Patrick 
Grant, K.C.B. 



LIST 



CHIEF JUSTICES AND PUISNE JUDGES OF THE MADRAS 
PRESIDENCY. 

FROM 1800 TO 1S58. 



[The iNIayor's Court, which existed at Madras for many years, was abo- 
lished in 1797, and in its place was established a Recorder's Court, under 
Act 37 of George III., cap. 142. In 1800 a Supreme Court of Judicature 
was established, under 39 and 40 of George III., cap. 79, to consist of a Chief 
Justice and two Puisne Judges. Letters Patent granting a Charter of Justice 
were issued on the 26th December 1801.] 



Date of 
Appointment. 


Names, 




Chief Justices. 


Dec. 26, 1800 


Sir Thomas A. Strange, Knt. Resigned 4tli June 18 17. 


Sept. 6, 181 5 


Sir John H. Newbolt, Knt. Resigned 31st Aug. 




1820. Died March 1823. 


May 17, 1820 


Sir Edmund Stanley, Knt. Resigned 28th Jan. 1825. 


Jan. 28, 1825 


Sir Ralph Palmer, Knt. Resigned 25th Oct. 1835 




Died 25 th Jan. 1838. 


Dec. 31, 1831 


Sir Robert Buckley Comyn, Knt. Resigned 17th Jan. 




1842. Died 23d May 1853. 


May 22, 1842 


Sir Edward J. Gambier, Knt. Resigned — June 1848. 




Died 31st May 1879. 


April 1 5, 1850 


Sir Christopher Rawlinson, Knt. Resigned i4tli 




Feb. 1859. 


Mar. II, 1859 


Sir Henry Davidson. Died at Ootacamund, 4th 




Nov. i860. 




Puisne Judges. 


Dec. 26, 1800 


Sir Henry Gwillim, Knt. Resigned 28th Oct. 1808. 




Died I2tli Sept. 1837. 


Dec. 26, 1800 


Sir Benjamin Sullivan, Knt. Resigned 7th May 




1809. Died — Nov. 1810. 



JUDGES OF MADRAS. 



XXXV 



Date of 
Appointment. 



Names. 



May 7, 1809 



]\[ay 30, 1 8 10 
July 3, 181 5 
Sept. 6, 181 5 



April 15, 1817 

I 
May 17, 1820 

April 12, 1822 : 
An- 18, 1824 ' 

J:iii. 28, 1825 

Mar. 7, 1825 

Nov. 28, 1S36. 

April 5, 1842 

Aug. 29, 1844 

Mar. 16, 185; 

July 26, 1858 



Sir Francis M'Naughten, Knt. (Baronet in 1836). 

Removed to Bengal 3d July 181 5. Resigned 2d 

March 1825. Died in 1876. 
Sir John H. Newbolt, Knt. Chief Justice 6th Sept. 

1815. 
Sir Edmund Stanley, Knt. Chief Justice 17th May 

1820. 
Sir Anthony Buller, Knight. Removed to Bengal 

loth April 1816. Resigned ist Jau. 1827. Died in 

June 1866. 
Sir Andrew George Cooper, Knt. Died 30th Aug. 

1821. 
Sir Charles E. Grey, Knt. Removed to Bengal i8th 

Aug. 1824. Chief Justice 29th June 1825. Re- 
signed 2d July 1832. Died June 1865. 
Sir WiLLiNGHAM Franklin, Knt. Died May 1824. 
Sir Ralph Palmer, Knt. Chief Justice 28th Jan. 1825. 

Resigned 25th Oct. 1835. 
Sir Robert Buckley Comyn, Knt. Chief Justice 31st 

Dec. 1 83 1. Resigned 17th Jan. 1842. 
Sir George W. Ricketts, Knt. Died at Sea 14th July 

1832. 
Sir Edward J. Gambier, Knt. Chief Justice 22d May 

1842. Resigned June 1848. Died 31st May 1879. 
Sir John David Norton, Knt. Died at sea 24th Sept. 

1843- 
Sir William Westbrooke Burton, Knt. Resigned 

15 th March 1857. 
Sir Henry Davidson, Knt. Chief Justice i ith March, 

1859. 
Sir Adam Bittleston, Knt. Pensioned 3d April 1870. 



RECORD OF SERYICES 



OF 



CIVIL SERVANTS IN THE MADRAS 
PRESIDENCY. 

FROM THE YEAR 1740 TO THE YEAR 1858. 



N.B.— See also Supplementary List, page 161, and Addendum^ 

page 209. 



ABERCROMBY, EoBERT.— 1802 : Writer; Acting Assistant to 
Secretary to the Special Commission, 1803: Assistant to the 
Collector of the Northern Division of Canara. 1805 : Eegister of 
Canara. 1806 : Eegister of the Zillah of the Southern Division 
of Canara. 1808: At home. 1809: Resigned, Wi November, in 
England. {Annuitant, 1836.) Died, 6th July 1855. 

ADAMSON, William David.— 181 3 : Writer. 1816 : Second 
Assistant to Collector and Magistrate of Nellore. 181 7 : Eegister 
of the Zillah of Guntoor. 1819 : Head Assistant to Collector and_ 
Magistrate of Guntoor. Died, s^h June, 1820, at Guntoor. 

AGNEW, John Vans.— 180 i : Writer. 1802 : Assistant to 
Chief Secretary in Secret, Political, and Foreign Departments. 
1803 : Secretary and Accountant to the Commissioners of the 
Sinking Fund. 1804 : At home. 1808 : Out of the service. 

ALCOCK, David.- 1 7 66 : Writer. 1 7 7 1 : Factor and Assistant 
at Masulipatam. ;i774: Junior Merchant. No trace after this 
date. 

ALEXANDER, Egbert.— 1790: Writer ; Assistant to the Secre- 
tary to the Board of Eevenue. 1791 : Assistant at Vizagapatam. 
1794 : Assistant and Accountant under Mr. Chamier in the Vizian- 
agram Zemindary. 1796 : Assistant to the Collector in the 
Northern Division of Yizianagram. 1797 : Assistant to the Eesi^ 
dent at Ceylon. 1798 : Assistant to the Collector in the Second 
Division of Vizagapatam District. 1800: Suh-Secretary to the. 



MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 



Public Commercial and Revenue Departments ; Collector in the 
First Division of the Vizagapatam Districts. 1803 : Judge of the 
Zillah of Vizagapatam. 1806 : Collector in the Zillah of Ganjam. 
1808: Second Member of the Board of Revenue. 1812 : Senior 
Member of the Board of Revenue. 1814 : Member of Council and 
President of the Board of Revenue. 181 8 : At home. 182 1 : 
Resigned, 21st December y m England, {Ammitant, 1819.) Died, 
i^tli July 1 86 1. 

ALEXANDER, JosiAS Du Pre. — 1796: Writer. 1798: Assis- 
tant under the Secretary to the Board of Trade. 1799 : Deputy 
Commercial Resident at Colombo. 1801 : Assistant to the Col- 
lector of Government Customs. 1803 : Leave to Bengal. 1818 : 
At liome. Out of the service in 1820, and elected a Director of the 
East India Comimny, i6th August 1820. {Annuitant, 1822.) 
Died, 20th August 1839. 

ALEXANDER, Henry Stewart.— 1854 : Writer. 1856 : Assis- 
tant to Collector and Magistrate, Coimbatore. 1857 : Third Assis- 
tant to Accountant-General. 1858: Proceeded on furlough ; died, 
6th April, in England. 

ANDERSON, Robert. — 1807: Writer. 1810 : Assistant to 
Secretary in the Revenue and Judicial Department. 181 1 : Fixed 
Examiner in the Office of Register of the Sudder and Foujdarry 
Adawlut. 1813 : Persian Translator to the Carnatic Commissioners. 
1 8 16: Assistant Register to the Sudder and Foujdarry Adawlut, 
and Deputy Persian Translator to Government. 1818 : At home. 
182 1 : Resigned, 2W1 December, in England. {Annuitant, 1843.) 
Died, 2 2d March 1843. 

ANDERSON, William Bensley. — i 8 i 5 : Writer. i8i8 : 
Assistant to the Accountant-General. 182 1 : Register of the Pro- 
vincial Court, Western Division. 1826 : At home on absentee 
alloivance. 1828 : Returned to India per ^^ Lyndoch." 1829 : 
Sheriff of Madras, &c., and Acting Senior Deputy Register of the 
Sudder Court. 1830 : Judge and Criminal Judge of Canara. 
1832 : Acting Judge of the Provincial Court, Western Division ; 
Third Judge of the Provincial Court, Western Division. 1838 : 
Second Judge of the Provincial Court, Western Division. 1842 : 
Resigned the service. Died, 16th July 1863. 

ANDERSON, FiNDL AY.— 1825 : Writer. 1827: Assistant to 
the Principal Collector of Malabar. 1829 : Head Assistant to the 
Principal Collector of Malabar. 1832 : Additional Sub-Collector 
and Joint Magistrate of Canara. 1834: Sub-Collector and Joint 



MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 



Magistrate of Canara. 1835 : Acting Sub-Collector of Canara. 
1836: Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate of Canara. 1837: At 
lioine on absentee alloivance. 1841 : Retimud to India. 1842 : 
Judge and Criminal Judge, Canara. 1 844 : Civil and Sessions Judge, 
Mangalore. 1856 : Civil and Sessions Judge, Calicut. 1857 : 
Resinned the service, 2W1 April. {Annuitant on Company's Fund.) 

ANDERSON, Stuart Murray.— 185 i : Writer. 1853: Pro- 
ceeded onfurhwjlt; Died, gth Decemher in England. 

ANDREWS, John.— 1768: Member of tlie Council of the 
Governor. 1774 : Out of the service. 

ANDREWS, Robert.— 1 778: AVriter. 1790: Senior Merchant. 
1 791; Second in Council at Cuddalore. 1792: Collector in the 
Tricbinopoly District. 1804: At home. 1808: Returned to 
India. 18 10: Acting Judge of the Provincial Court of Appeal 
and Circuit for the Southern Division. 1 8 1 3 : Postmaster-General. 
1815: First Judge of the Provincial Court of Appeal, Southern 
Division. Died, i^th November 182 1, at Trichinopoly. 

ANGELO, Anthony Edward. — i 8 i 5 : Writer. 1 8 1 9 : Assis- 
tant to the Collector of Madras. 1822 : Assistant to the Collector 
of Sea Customs at Madras. 1825: At home. 1829: Returned 
to India. 1832: Assistant Judge and Joint Criminal Judge of 
Guntoor. 1834 : Judge and Criminal Judge of Chicacole. 1836 : 
Judge and Criminal Judge of Bellary ; Acting Judge and Criminal 
Judge of Cuddapah. 1837: Judge and Criminal Judge of Cuddapah ; 
Judge and Criminal Judge, Bellary. 1840: Judge and Criminal 
Judge, Chittoor. 1843 : Resigned the service, 1st January. Died, 
2W1 July 1855. 

ANSTEY, Thomas.— 1789: Writer. 1790: Assistant under 
the Military Secretary. 1791 : Assistant under the Secretary to 
the Board of Assumed Revenue. 1793: Assistant Commercial 
Resident at Ganjam. 1794 : Assistant Export Warehouse -keeper. 
1796: Deputy Commercial Resident at the Presidency. 1800: 
Head Assistant to the Collector of Salem. 1801 : Malabar Trans- 
lator to Government. 1802 : Third Judge of Court of Circuit 
and Appeal, Southern Division. 1806: Commercial Resident at 
Tinnevelly. 1 8 1 1 : Commercial Resident at Ingeram. 1813:^^ 
home. 1 81 5: Resigned, 1st December, in England. 

ANSTEY, John Thomas.— 181 2 : Writer. 1816 : Assistant to 
the Magistrate of Guntoor. 181 7 : Head Assistant to the Collector 
of Guntoor. 1 8 1 9 : Head Assistant to the Collector and Magistrate 
of Bellary. 182 1 : At home. 1824: Returned to India ; ^Mh- 



MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 



Collector and Assistant Magistrate of Ganjam. 1827 : Collector 
and Magistrate of Rajahniundry. 1830 : At home. (Retired on 
the Annuity Fund in 1839.) 

ANSTRUTHER, Thomas Andrew.— 1828 : Writer. 1831 : 
Second Assistant to Principal Collector and Magistrate of Southern 
Division of Arcot. 1832 : Head Assistant to Principal Collector 
and Magistrate of Northern Division of Arcot ; Acting Head Assis- 
tant to the Principal Collector and Magistrate of Madura. 1835 : 
Acting Sub-Collector of Coimbatore. 1837 : Sub-Collector and 
Joint Magistrate of the Southern Division of Arcot ; Sub-Collector 
and Joint Magistrate of Coimbatore ; Acting Assistant Judge and 
Joint Criminal Judge of Salem. 1838 : Acting Judge and Criminal 
Judge of Madura. 1839 : ^^ home on ahsentee alloicance. 1841 : 
Returned to India. 1842 : Judge and Criminal Judge, Kajah- 
mundry. 1844: Civil and Sessions Judge, Honore. 1845: Civil 
and Sessions Judge, Rajahniundry. 1855: On furlough. 1856: 
Resigned the service, 2d April in England. Died, 14th April 1876. 
ANTROBUS, Thomas. — 1781 : Writer. 1783: Assistant to 
the Secretary to the Select Committee ; Leave to China for health. 
Not traced after 1784. 

ARBUTHNOT, William TJrquhart. — 1825 : Writer; Tempo- 
rary Sub-Collector of Vizagapatam. 1827 : Assistant to the Princi- 
pal Collector of South Arcot. 1828 : Head Assistant to the Prin- 
cipal Collector of South Arcot. 1833 : Temporary Sub-Collector 
of Vizagapatam. 1836 : Acting Judge and Criminal Judge of 
Chicacole. 1837 : Acting Collector and Magistrate of Vizagapa- 
tam. 1838: Collector and Magistrate of Vizagapatam. 1840: 
Collector and Magistrate, Vizagapatam, and Agent to Governor. 
1846: Resigned the service, i()th April. 1858: Member of Council 
of the Secretary of State for India. Died, 11th December 1874, in 
England. 

ARBUTHNOT, Coutts Trotter.— 1837 : Writer. 1840: 
Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, Coimbatore. 1843 : Head 
Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, Arcot. 1847 : On furlough. 
1850: Returned to India. 1852: Head Assistant to Collector 
and Magistrate, Sfilloxe. 1853 : On furlough. 1855 : Resigned 
the service, igth December. 

ARDLEY, Samuel. — 1749: Writer. 1768: Member of the 
Council of the Governor. 1774 : Out of the service. 

ASHTON, William.— 1816: Writer. 1818: At Home. 1822 : 
Returned to India, 1823 : Assistant to the Collector and Magis- 



MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 5 

trate of Masulipatam. 1824: At home. 1827: Returned to 
India; Subordinate Collector and Joiitt Magistrate of Tanjore. 
1828 : Deputy Collector of Sea Customs at Madras, and Acting 
Superintendent of Civil Pensions. 1830 : Joint Magistrate on the 
Beach. 1832: Collector of Sea Customs at Madras; Member of 
the Marine Board. 1836 : Acting Principal Collector and Magis- 
trate of the Southern Division of Arcot. 1838: Collector and 
Magistrate, afterwards Principal Collector and Magistrate of the 
Southern Division of Arcot. 1842 : Principal Collector and 
Magistrate, Cuddapah. 1845: On furlough ; resigned the service ^ 
^th December. 

ATKINSON, Edward. — 1783: Writer. 1785: Assistant to 
the Secretary of the Select Committee. 1786 : Assistant to the 
Secretary in the Military Department. 1787 : Clerk to the Court 
of Requests, and under the Secretary in the Secret Department. 
1788: Secretary to the Hospital Board. 1789: Muster-Master of 
the Troops on the Guiitoor Sircar. 1790: Muster-Master of the 
Troops with the Centre Army. 1791 : Assistant to the Collector 
of Trichinopoly. 1793: Old of employ. 1794: Assistant under 
Mr. Gregory in the YizianagTam Zemindary. 1796: Commissary 
of Provisions, with Expedition under General Stewart. 1798: 
Commissary of Provisions at Colombo. 1800: At home. Not 
traced after 1808. 

AUFRERE, Thomas Norms. — 1792: Writer. 1793: Assis- 
tant under the Accountant-General. 1794: Assistant under the 
Secretary to the Board of Revenue. 1796: Assistant under the 
Collector in the 4th Division of Masulipatam. 1799: At home 
for health. 1800 : Returned to India ; Assistant under the Col- 
lector of Ganjam. 1803: Judge of the Zillah of Salem. 18 10: 
At home. 1814 : Out of the service. 

AYLMER, Henry. — 1773: Writer. 1780: Promoted to Fac- 
tor. Not traceable after this date. 

BABINGTON, John. — 1804: Writer. 1805: Assistant under 
the Secretary in the Revenue and Judicial Departments. 1807 : 
Malabar Translator to Government ; Assistant to the General Agent 
for the Salt Monopoly. 1810 : Cashier to the Government Bank. 
1815 : Deputy Collector, afterwards Collector of Sea Customs at 
Malabar and Canara. 1823 : Collector and Magistrate of Chingle- 
put. 1824 : Principal Collector and Magistrate of Canara. 1829 : 
At home on absentee allowance. {Retired on the Annuity Fund 
from 1st May 1833.) 



6 MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 

BABINGTON, Benjamin G.— 1812 : Writer. 18 14: Assistant 
to the Secretary to ther Board of Kevenue. 1815 : At home. 
181 7 : Rehmied to India; Assistant to the Secretary to the Board 
of Kevenue. 1819 : At home. 1822 : Out of the service. 

BABINGTON, William Henry.— 182 i : Writer. 1824: As- 
sistant to the Principal Collector and Magistrate of Canara. 
1827: At home on absentee alloioance. 1831 : Returned to 
India; Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate of the Northern 
Division of Arcot. 1834: Member of the Committee to Keport 
upon the Export, Import, and Transit Duties of the three Pre- 
sidencies. 1836 : Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate of Cud- 
dapah. 1838 : Placed temporarily under the Board of Ee venue ; 
Acting Principal Collector and Magistrate of Coimbatore. 1839 : 
Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate of Cuddapah ; Sub-Collector 
and Joint Magistrate of Malabar. 1841 : Judge and Criminal 
Judge, Madura. 1842 : Third Judge of the Provincial Court of 
Appeal and Circuits, Centre Division. 1844: Civil and Session 
Judge, Cuddalore. 1849 : Resigned the service, ^otli June, in India. 
{Annuitant on the Fund, 1849.) Died, ijth September 1867. 

BAINE, Duncan Andrew.— 177 i : Writer. 1776: Factor. 
1780: Junior Merchant. 1782: Senior Merchant. No trace 
after this date. 

BAKER, Charles.— 1783 : AVriter; Assistant in the Civil 
Department. 1785: One of the Company's Solicitors. 1791 : 
Assistant to the Senior Member of the Board of Revenue in the 
Management of the Beetle Farm. 1792: Manager of the Com- 
pany's Exclusive Privilege for Supplying Beetle Tobacco and 
Ganja. 1801 : CoUector of Revenue on the Sale of Arrack, 
Toddy, and other Spirituous Liquors. 1803: At home. 1807: 
Old of the service. 

BAKER, Joseph. — 1771 : Writer. 1776 : Factor and Assistant 
at Masulipatam. 1780: Junior Merchant ; In England ; No trace 
after this date. 

BALFOUR, James.— 1793: Writer. 1796: Assistant under 
the Secretary in the Public Commercial and Revenue Department. 
1797 : Assistant under the Collector of Polygar Peishcush. 1799 : 
Old of employ. 1800 : Deputy Commercial Resident at the 
Presidency; Suspended the service; Ordered to proceed home. 
1802: Returned to India. 181 2 : At home. 1815 : Out of the 
service. 

BALFOUR, John.— 1772: Writer. 1778: Factor. 1780 1 



MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 



Junior Merchant. 1790: vScnior Merchant; At hoiiie, 1795: 
Out of the service. 

BALFOUR, Walter. — 1777: AVriter. 1782: Factor. 1790: 
Senior Merchant and Paymaster at Chingleput and Permacoil. 
1792 : Collector in the Southern Division of the Jagliir. 1800 : 
Civil Paymaster-General. 1801 : Collector of Government Cus- 
toms. 1809: At home. 181 1 : Out of the service. 

BALFOUR, William. — 1778: Writer. 1790: Senior Mer- 
chant. 1791 : Secretary to Board of Eevenue, and Agent for 
Clotliing Troops. 1792 : Member of the Board of Eevenue. 1795 : 
Out of the service. 

BALMAIN, George. — 1789: Writer. 1790: Assistant under 
the Secretary in the Military, Political, and Secret Departments. 
1793: Assistant under the Collector of the Peishcush in the 
Southern Polygars. 1796: Collector in the Mannargoody Dis- 
tricts of the Tanjore Country. 1799 : Collector at Peddapore, in 
the ist Division of Masulipatam. 1803: At home. 1805: Re- 
turned to India. Died, 16th January 1807, at Fort St. George. 

BANNERMAN, David.— 181 5 : Writer. 1818 : Assistant to 
the Secretary to Government. 1819 : Pegister of the Zillah of 
Masulipatam. 182 1 : Leave to the Caxte of Good Hoj^e. 1822 : 
Register to the Zillah of Madura. 1824: Sub-Collector and 
Assistant Magistrate of Madura. 1826: At home on absentee 
allowance. 1829: Returned to Lidia, 'per ^^ Brunswiclx.'^ 1830: 
Judge and Criminal Judge of Chicacole. Died, ist Septemher 
1832, at Guntoor. 

BANNERMAN, Edward.— 18 16 : Writer. 18 19: Second As- 
sistant after\yards Head Assistant to Collector and ^Magistrate of 
Masulipatam. 182 1 : Head Assistant to Collector and Magistrate of 
Tinnevelly. 1825 : Acting Deputy Persian Translator to Govern- 
ment. 1826 : Assistant to the Chief Secretary to Government. 
1828: Senior Deputy Register of the Sudder Court, 1830: 
Judge and Criminal Judge of Madura. 1833 : Judge and Crimi- 
nal Judge of Salem. 1835: Out of employ. 1836: Acting Judge 
and Criminal Judge of Cuddapah ; Acting Judge and Criminal 
Judge of Salem. 1837 : Judge and Criminal Judge of Salem. 
1840: Out of employ. {Retired on the Annuity Fund, 1843.) 
1844 : Died on his passage to England. 

BANNERMAN, Robert Alexander.— 182 i : Writer. 1824: 
Assistant to the Principal Collector of Tanjore. 1826: Head 
Assistant to the Collector and Magistrate of Tinnevelly. 1828 : 



MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS, 



Junior Deputy Secretary to the Board of Revenue. 1830: 
Senior Deputy Secretary to the Board of Revenue. 1832 : Secret- 
ary to the Commissioners for the Government of Mysore ; 
Acting Secretary to the Board of Revenue; Joint Magistrate 
and Deputy Collector of Salem. 1834: At home on absentee 
alloioance. 1837 : Returned to India, via Egypt. 1838 : Col- 
lector and Magistrate of Ganjam and Commissioner of Goomsoor. 
1840: Agent to Governor, and Collector and Magistrate of Gan- 
jam, and Commissioner of Goomsoor. 1849: Resigned the 
service, 6th June. {Annuitant on the Fund, 1849.) Died, 2gth 
June 1 85 1. 

BARCLAY, Andrew. — 1796: "Writer. 1799: Assistant in the 
Military Secret and Political Departments. 1800: Assistant to 
the Import Warehouse-Keeper; Head Assistant under the Col- 
lector of Dindigul. Died, igth March 1801, at Dindigid. 

BARCLAY, Robert. — 1763: Writer. 1776: Senior Merchant 
and Paymaster at Chicacole. No trace after this date. 

BARKER, William.— 1755 : Writer. 1768: Senior Merchant 
and third in Council at Vizagapatam. 1 7 7 1 : Out of the service. 

BARLOW, Nathaniel. — 1763: Writer. 1776: Senior Mer- 
chant. 1790: Old of the service. 

BARNARD, Thomas. — 1765 : Writer. 1776: Senior Merchant. 
1790 : Out of the service. 

BARNETT, Charles James. — 181 7: Writer. Appointed hut 
never joined the service ; Resigned in England, 'jth January 1820. 

BARRINGTON, Fitzwilliam.— i 7 7 i : Writer. 1776: Factor, 
and Assistant at Ganjam. 1780: Junior Merchant. 1782: Out 
of the service. 

BASKERVILLE, Harry.— >S^ee Viveash, Harry. 

BAYARD, Robert. — 1807: Writer. 1808: Deputy Commer- 
cial Resident at MaddepoUam ; Assistant to the Register of the 
Zillah of Ganjam. 181 1 : Register of the Zillah of Ganjam. 1819 : 
Sub-Collector in charge of the Hill Zemindaries in Ganjam. 1824 : 
Collector and Magistrate of Vizagapatam. 1827 : Collector and 
Magistrate of Ganjam. 1830 : At home on absentee allowance. 
{Ajinuitant on the Fund^ ist May 1833.) 

BAYLEY, Edward Thomas. — 1775: Writer. 1780: Factor. 
1790 : Senior Merchant and Assistant at Tanjore. Died in 1790. 

BAYLEY, William Henry. — 1831 : Writer. 1834: Assistant 
to the Principal Collector and Magistrate of South Arcot. 1837 : 
Acting Head Assistant to the Principal Collector and Magistrate of 



MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 



South Arcot. 1838 : Acting Head Assistant to the Principal Col- 
lector and Magistrate of Salem. 1839 : Deputy Secretary to 
Government under the Chief Secretary's Department ; Commis- 
sioner for Drawing Government Lotteries. 1843: Commissioner 
in Kurnool. 1844: Proceeded mi furlough. 1848: Returned to 
India. 1849: Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate of the North 
Division of Arcot. 1850: Secretary to the Board of Eevenue ; 
Tamil Translator to Government ; Member of the College Board. 
185 1 : Secretary to the Board of Eevenue ; Tamil Trans- 
lator to Government; Member of the Mint Committee. 1855: 
Secretary to the Board of Revenue ; Tamil Translator to Govern- 
ment ; Member of the College Board ; Third Member of the Board 
of Revenue. 1856 : Third Member of the Board of Revenue ; Mem- 
ber of Mint Committee; Proceeded on furlough, 1857 : Returned 
to India; Third Member of the Board of Revenue; Member of 
Mint Committee, i860 : Proceeded on furlough. 186 1 : Resigned 
the service, 10th June. [Annuitant on the Fund, 1861.) 

BAYNES, Charles Robert. — 1828: Writer. 1831 : Assistant 
to the Collector of Rajahmundry. 1832 : Assistant in the Accoun- 
tant-General's Office ; Commissioner for Drawing Government 
Lotteries ; Second Assistant in the Accountant-General's Office ; 
Acting Head Assistant to the Accountant-General. 1834: Head 
Assistant in the Accountant-General's Office. 1835 : Actmg Sub- 
Collector of Nellore. 1836 : Acting Sub-Collector and Joint Magis- 
trate of Cuddapah. 1837 : Acting Assistant Judge and Joint 
Criminal Judge of Chingleput. 1838 : Assistant Judge and Joint 
Criminal Judge of Chingleput. 1 842 : Proceeded on furlough. 1 844 : 
Returned to India. 1845 : Subordinate Judge, CaHcut. 1846 : 
Assistant Judge, Calicut. 1847 • Civil and Session Judge, Madura. 
1856 : Proceeded on furlough. 1857 : Returned to India; Civil and 
Session Judge, Madura. 1858: Puisne Judge of the Sudder 
De-wannee and Sudder Foujdarry Adawlut. 1859 : Resigned the 
service in January. {Annuitant on the Fund, 1859.) 

BEAUCHAMP, George Thomas. — 1830: Writer. 1833: As- 
sistant under Principal Collector, ]S"ell ore ; Assistant to Prmcipal 
Collector, North Arcot. 1834 : Second Assistant to the Accountant- 
General, and Commissioner for Government Lotteries. 1836 : 
Register of the Provincial Court, Northern Division. 1838 : 
Acting Assistant Judge and Joint Criminal Judge, Rajahmundry ; 
Acting Head Assistant to the Accountant General ; and Commis- 
sioner for Government Lotteries. 1 840 : Acting Assistant Judge 



10 MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 

and Joint Criminal Judge, Guntoor. 1843 : Acting Assistant 
Judge and Joint Criminal Judge, Tricliinopoly ; Extra Assistant to 
Collector, and Magistrate at Tricliinopoly ; Acting Sub-Judge, and 
afterwards Civil and Sessions Judge, Combaconum. 1844: Sub- 
Judge at Combaconum. 1845 : Acting Civil and Sessions Judge 
at Combaconum. 1849: Ecgister to the Court of Sudder and 
Foujdaree Adawlut. 185 1 : Member of the College Board. 1852 : 
Acting, afterwards Civil and Sessions Judge, Tinnevelly. 1855 : 
Civil and Sessions Judge, Combaconum. 1859 : Officiating Assis- 
tant Judge of the Sudder and Foujdaree Adawlut. 1861 : Offi- 
ciating Puisne Judge of same Court. 1862 : Resigned the service, 
1st May. {Annuitant on the Fund, 1862.) 

BELL, William. — 1807: Writer. 1808: Assistant to the 
Chief Secretary in the Secret, Political, and Foreign Departments. 
1810 : Assistant to the Collector of Salem; Assistant to the Col- 
lector of Coimbatore. 1 8 11 : Persian Translator to the Carnatic 
Commissioners. 1812: At home. 18 14: Returned to India; 
Head Assistant to the Collector of Tricliinopoly. 18 16: Head 
Assistant to the Collector of Chingleput ; Assistant to the Magis- 
trate of Chingleput. Died ^oth July 181 7, at St. Thomases Mowit. 

BELL, James Hamilton. — 1829 : Writer. 1832 : At home on 
absentee alloivance. 1834 : Returned to India, per "DuJ^e of Buc- 
cleuch.^^ 1835 : Assistant to the Collector and Magistrate of Eajah- 
mundry. 1836: Acting Head Assistant to the Collector and 
Magistrate of Guntoor ; Head Assistant to the Collector and ]\Iagis- 
trate of Eajahmundry. 1 837 : Charge of the Zillah of Eajahmundry. 

1838 : Acting Deputy Collector of Sea Customs at Madras ; Com- 
missioner for Drawing Government Lotteries. 1 840 : Assistant 
Judge and Joint Criminal Judge, Malabar. 1842 : Assistant Judge 
and Joint Criminal Judge, Chingleput. 1844 : Subordinate Judge, 
Chittoor. 1850: Civil and Sessions Judge, Gmitoor. Died at 
Guntoor, in India, 2^th August 185 1. 

BENFIELD, Paul.— 1765 : Writer. 1776 : Senior Merchant. 
Recalled, 1776. Suspe?ided, 1790. 1792: Out of the service. 

BIGSBY, Thomas. — 1797: AVriter. 1798: Assistant in the 
Military, Secret, and Political Departments. Died at sea in 1798. 

BINNING-, EoBERT Blair Monro. — 1833 : Writer. 1835 : Assis- 
tant to the Collector and Magistrate of Masulipata m. 1837 : Acting- 
Head Assistant to the Collector and Magistrate of Eajahmundry. 

1839 : -^^ home on absentee allowance. 1842 : Returned to India. 
1843 : Assistant, afterwards Head Assistant, to Collector and 



MA DRA S CI VIL SEE VA NTS. 1 1 

jMagistrate, ISTortliern Division of Arcot. 1850 : SulD-Collector and 
Joint Magistrate, Northern Division of Arcot. 1856 : Proceeded 
on furlough. 1861 : Resigned the service in England. {Annuitant 
on the Finid, i860.) Died in England. 

BINNY, Edward Dyer. — 1852: Writer. 1855: Assistant to 
Collector and Magistrate, Canara. 1858 : Head Assistant to Col- 
lector and Magistrate, Canara. i860: Proceeded on furlough; 
Died^ i^th January, at Cheltenham. 

BIRCH, Richard. — 1779: AVriter. 1782: Out of the service. 

BIRCH, Sylvester Douglas. — 1830: Writer. 1833: Doing 
duty imder the Collector of Chingleput. 1834 : Assistant to Col- 
lector and Magistrate, Chingleput. 1835 : Assistant to Principal 
Collector and Magistrate, Tanjore. 1838: Acting Cashier at 
Government Bank, and Assistant to Sub-Treasurer. 1839 : Cashier 
at Government Bank, and Assistant to Suh-Treasurer. 1S41 : Com- 
missioner for Government Lotteries, and Acting Sub-Treasurer and 
Superintendent and Treasurer of Government Bank. 1843 : Secre- 
tary and Treasurer of the Bank of Madras. 1845 : Acting Sub- 
Treasurer, Director of the Bank of Madras, and Acting Member 
and Secretary to the Mint Committee. 1847 : Head and Special 
Assistant to the Accountant-General. 1848 : Sub-Collector and 
Joint Magistrate, Xortli Arcot. 1849 • Sub-Treasurer and Member 
of the Mint Committee ; and Director of the Incorporated Bank of 
Madras. 1859 : Accoimtant-General at Bombay; President of the 
Mint Committee ; and Government Director of the Bank of Bom- 
bay. 1865 : Resigned, the service, 2W1 Fehruarij. {Annuitant 
on the Fund, 1865.) Died 4th February 1881, iii England. 

BIRD, John. — 1801 : Writer. 1805 : Assistant under the Prin- 
cipal Collector of Tanjore. 1806 : Assistant under the Principal 
Collector of the Ceded Districts ; Register of the Zillah of the 
Western Division of Ceded Districts. 1814: Secretary to the 
Board of Trade and Reporter of External Commerce; Assistant 
Judge of Zillah of Coimbatore. 1815 : Judge and Magistrate of 
the Zillah of Canara. 1816 : Judge and Criminal Judge of Zillah 
of Salem. 1824 : Third Judge of Provincial Court in the Southern 
Division. 1828 : vSecond Judge of Provincial Court in the Southern 
Division. 1830 : Eirst Judge of Provincial Court in the Southern 
Division. 1831 : Acting Third Puisne Judge of the Sudder and 
Foujdarry Adawlut. 1832 : Second Puisne Judge of the Sudder 
and Foujdarry Adawlut. 1838 : First Puisne Judge of the Sudder 
and Foujdarry Adawlut, and Provincial Member of Council. 1842 : 



12 MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 

Member of Council, and Chief Judge of the Sudder Dewannee and 
Sudder Foujdarry Adawlut. 1845 • Resigned the service^ 2,0th June, 
in India. {AnnuHant on the Fund, 1845.) Died, in 1850, at 
Cheltenham. 

BIRD, Charles. — 1806 : Writer. 1809 : Kegister to the Zillah 
of Bareilly. 181 2: Eegister to the Zillah of Cuddapah. 1815 : 
Register to the Zillah of Yizagapatam. 1818 : Head Assistant to 
the Collector, and Assistant Magistrate, of Ganjam. Died, 2yi 
August 1 819, 7iear Ganjam. 

BIRD, George. — 1821 ; Writer. 1824 : Employed at Dharwar 
under the Bombay Government. 1829: At home on absentee 
alloioance. 1832: Returned to India; Sub-Collector and Joint 
Magistrate of Bellary. 1833 : Acting Assistant Judge of Chingle- 
put. 1834: Assistant Judge of Guntoor; Judge and Criminal 
Judge of Combaconum. 1835 : Judge and Criminal Judge of 
Canara. 1838: Acting Judge of the Provincial Court, Western 
Division. 1839 : Judge and Criminal Judge of Canara. 1842 : 
Third Judge, afterwards Second Judge, of the Provincial Court 
of Appeal and Circuit, West Division. 1844 : Civil and Session 
Judge, Coimbatore. 1847: Proceeded on furlough. 1849: Re- 
turned to India. 1850: Civil and Session Judge, Coimbatore; 
Proceeded on furlough. 1851 : Resigned the service, 2^th Feb- 
ruary, in India. Died, 20th Jidy 1880, in England. 

BIRD, Charles James. — 1830: Writer. 1832 : Assistant to 
the Commissioners for the Government of Mysore. 1833 : Assis- 
tant to Principal Collector of JN'orth Arcot. 1835 : Head Assistant 
to the Collector and Magistrate of Tinnevelly. 1836 : Acting 
Joint Criminal Judge at Madura. 1838 : Sub-Collector and Joint 
^[agistrate of Tinnevelly. 1839 : Sub-Collector and Magistrate of 
Tiimevelly. 1842 : Proceeded on Furlough. 1844: Returned to 
India. 1845': Sub-Collector and Magistrate of Coimbatore. 1850 : 
Collector and Magistrate of Southern Division of Arcot. 1851 : 
Collector and Magistrate of Tinnevelly. 1856 : Proceeded on Fur- 
lough. 1859 : Resigned the service, Sth February. {Annuitant on 
the Fund, i860.) Died, 21st April 1879, ^'^^ England. 

BIRD, John. — 1830 : Writer. 1832 : Second Assistant to the 
Collector and Magistrate of Chingleput. 1835 : Head Assistant to 
the Collector and Magistrate of Chingleput, 1838: Acting Sub- 
Collector and Joint Magistrate of Kellore; Acting Sub-Collector 
and Joint Magistrate of Coimbatore ; vSub-Collector and Joint 
Magistrate of Coimbatore. 1839 : Sub-Collector and Magistrate of 



MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 13 

Coimbatore. 1845: Proceeded on furlougli. 1848; Returned to 
India; Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate, Tanjore. 185 1 : Col- 
lector and Magistrate, Trichinopoly. i860 : Resigned the service 
2,otli April, in India. {Annuitant on the Fund, i860.) Died, 
16th April 1877, i?i England. 

BISHOP, John Fitz-Simmons. — 1827: Writer. 1829: Assis- 
tant to the Collector of Trichinopoly. 1830: Head Assistant to 
the Collector of Trichinopoly. 1831 : Head Assistant to the Col- 
lector of Tinnevelly. 1832 : Acting Head Assistant to Principal 
Collector and Magistrate of Coimbatore. 1835 : Sub-Collector and 
Joint Magistrate of Tinnevelly. 1838 : At home on absentee allow- 
ance. 1841 : Returned to India. 1842: Out of employ. 1843: 
Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate, Tanjore. 1845 : Collector and 
Magistrate, Kellore. 1847 : Collector and Magistrate, Tanjore. 
1854: Proceeded on furlough. 1856: Resigned the service, i^th 
November, in England. {Annuitant on the Fund, 1858.) 

BLACKBURN, John.— 1815 : Writer. 18 18: Second Assis- 
tant to the Collector and Magistrate of Tanjore. 1823 : Assistant 
to the Principal Collector and Magistrate, and Head Assis- 
tant to Principal Collector, Tanjore. 1826: At home on absentee 
allowance. 1830: Returned t-o India. 1831 : Acting Resident 
at Tanjore. 1832 : Acting Collector and Magistrate, afterwards 
Collector and Magistrate of Tinnevelly ; Collector and Magistrate 
of Guntoor. 1834 : Principal Collector and Magistrate of Madura. 
1847: Resigned the service. {An?iuita7it on the Fund, 184"].) Died, 
I'jth June 1850, Sloane Street, Chelsea. 

BLACKETT, Robert Stewart. — 1848 : Writer. 1852 : Name 
removed in England. 

BLAIR, William Thomas. — 1808: Writer. 181 1: Assistant 
to the Accountant-General. 18 14: Deputy Accountant-General 
in the Military Department. 1817 : At home. 18 18: Returned 
to India; Assistant to the Accountant-General. 1819 : Sheriff of 
Madras. 1822: Deputy Accountant-General in the Military 
Department of Accounts. 1826: At home on absentee allowance. 
{Retired on the Civil Service Annuity Fund from 1st January 1828.) 

BLAIR, Henry Martin. — 18 18: Writer. 1823: Assistant to 
the Collector and Magistrate of Chingleput. 1825 : Register of the 
Zillahof Canara. 1826 : Head Assistant to the Princi23al Collector and 
Magistrate of Malabar. 1829: At home on absentee allowance. 1 83 1 : 
Returned to India, ''''La Belle Alliance.^'' 1832 : Acting Secretary 
to the College of Public Instruction ; Collector and Magistrate of 



14 MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 

Trichinopoly. 1838 : Acting Principal Collector and Magistrate 
of Canara. 1839 : Principal Collector and ISIagistrate of Canara. 
1846: Proceeded 071 furlough. 1847: Besigned the service. {A?i- 
7iuitant on the Fund, 1847.) Died, 16th October 1880. 

BLAKE, Arthur Garland. — 1796: Writer. 1799: Assistant 
in the Public Department at Colombo. 1800: Assistant to the 
Collector at Gun^opr ; Assistant under the Collector at Chicacole. 
1802 : Kegister to the Judge of the Zillah of Guntoor. 1803 : 
Register to the Judge of the Provincial Court, Northern Division. 
1806: At home. 1808: Beticrned to India. 1809: Assistant 
Judge at Masulipatam. 181 2 : Collector of Piajahmundry. Died, 
2,0th November 18 12, at Rajahmundry. 

BLAKE, Edward Parker. — 1797: Writer. 1799: Assistant 
under the Commercial Resident at Cuddalore. 1800: Assistant 
under the Commercial Resident at Maddepollam. 1802 : Deputy 
Commercial Resident in the Ceded District. 1 804 : Old of employ. 
1805 : Register of the Zillah of Guntoor. 1808 : Out of emjfloy. 
1809: Assistant Judge at Combaconum. 181 1 : Collector of Sea 
Customs at Malabar and Canara. 1816 : At home. 182 1 : Out of 
the service. 

BLANE, Thomas Law.— 1826 : Writer. 1828: Assistant to 
the Collector of Chingieput. 1830 : Acting Head Assistant to the 
Collector of Tanjore ; Head Assistant to the Principal Collector of 
Tanjore. 1832 : Additional Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate of 
Tanjore. 1835 : Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate of Bellary. 
1837 : Charge of Office of Principal Collector and Magistrate of 
Cuddapah. 1838: Acting Collector and Magistrate of Masuli- 
patam; Acting Collector and Magistrate, afterwards Collector 
and Magistrate of Cuddapah. 1842 : Collector and Magistrate of 
Southern Division, Arcot. 1843 • P'i^oceeded on furlough. 1845 : 
Returned to India. 1846 : Principal Collector and Magistrate, 
Canara. 1851 : Third Member of Board of Revenue. 1854 : Re- 
signed the service, 1st May. {Annuitant on the Fund, 1854.) 

BLANSHARD, John.— 1830: Writer. 1833: Placed under 
the Principal Collector of Xorth Arcot. Died, 6th Se^gtember 1833, 
at Chiitoor. 

BOILEAU, John Peter. — 1765: Writer. 1776: Senior Mer- 
chant and Paymaster at Ishapore. 1790 : Out of the, service, 

BOILEAU, Thomas Ebenezer John. — 1815 : AVriter. 18 18: 
Assistant Register of Provincial Court, Southern Division, and 
Acting Register. 18 19: Acting Register of the Zillah of Trichi- 



MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 1$ 

nopoly. 1820: Acting Register of the Zillah of Salem. 1821 : 
Register of the Zillah of Chingleput. 1824: Acting Judge of 
Chingleput. 1827 : Assistant Judge and Joint Criminal Judge 
of the Zillah of Canara. 1832 : Judge and Criminal Judge of 
Bellary. 1833 : Acting Third Judge of Centre Circuit Provincial 
Court. 1835 : Acting Third Judge of Northern Circuit Provincial 
Court. 1836 : Third Judge of jS'orthern Circuit Provincial Court, 
and Acting Second Judge. 1838 : Third Judge of Western Circuit 
Provincial Court. 1841 : Second Judge of the Provincial Court of 
Appeal and Circuit, Northern Division. 1842 : First Judge of the 
Provincial Court of Appeal and Circuit, Northern Division. 
1844 : Civil and Session Judge, Masulipatam. 1846 : Third Judge 
of the Court of Sudder Dewannee and Sudder Poujdarry Adawlut. 
1847 • Civil and Session Judge, Chingleput. 1848 : Proceeded on 
furlough. 1850: Returned to India. 1851 : Civil and Sessions 
Judge, Guntoor; Resigned the service^ i^th April, in India. 

BOLDERO, Charles. — 1777 : Writer. 1782: Factor. 1790: 
Out of the service. 

BOURCHIER, Charles. — 1741 : Writer. 1768: Became 
Governor of the Madras Presidency. Out of the service prior to 1 7 7 1. 

BOURCHIER, James. — 1751 : Writer. 1768: Member of the 
Council of the Governor. 1 7 7 1 : Old of the service. 
'^r. BOURDILLON, James Dewar. — 1829 : Writer. 1831 : Second 
Assistant to the Collector of Trichinopoly. 1833 : Head Assistant 
to the Collector of Trichinopoly. 1835 : Acting Assistant Judge 
of Salem. 1836 ; Head Assistant to the Collector and Magistrate 
of Trichinopoly. 1837 : Acting Sub-Collector and Joint Magis- 
trate of K'ellore. 1838 : Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate of 
N'orthern Division of Arcot. 1843 : Secretary to the Board of 
Revenue. iZ/i^^\ Proceeded on furlough. 1848: Returned to India ; 
Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate, I^dlore. 1849 : Collector and 
Magistrate of the Northern Division of Arcot. 1855 : Third 
Member of the Board of Revenue; Secretary to Government 
Revenue and Judicial Departments. 1857: Proceeded on furlough. 
1859 : Returned to India; Secretary to Government Revenue 
Department, i860 : Secretary to Government Revenue and Public 
Works Departments. 1861 : Resigned the service in England. 
(^Annuitant on the Fund, i860.) 

BOUTFLOWER, Samuel.— 1796 : Writer. 1798: Assistant 
under the Collector in the First Division of Vizagapatam District. 
1802: At home. 1804: Returned to India; Register to the 



l6 MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS, 

Zillah Judge of Ganjam. 1806 : Kegister to the Zillah Judge of 
Vizagapatam. 1 8 1 o : Assistant Judge at Canara. 1 8 1 2 : Out of 
employ. 1823 : Otit of the service. 

BRANFILL, Benjamin. — 1781 : Writer. 1783 : Assistant to 
the Secretary to the Select Committee ; Assistant to the Secretary 
to the Committee of Circuit. 1789: Old of employ. 1790: 
Sheriff; Land Customer Deputy Commissary-General and Register 
of the Choultry Court. 1791 : Assistant to the Collector of 
Nellore. 1793: Second Member of the Committee of Investiga- 
tion at Nuzeed. 1794 : Superintendent of the Nuzeed Zemindary ; 
Collector in the Third Division of Masulipatani District. 1802 : 
Out of employ. 1804 : At home. 1807 : Out of the service. 

BREEES, Richard. — 1848: Writer. Died, at Trichinopoly^ 
i^th February 1852. 

BRETT, Harry Augustus. — 1831 : Writer. 1832: Assistant 
in Chief Secretary's Office. 1833 : Assistant to Principal Collector, 
Madura. 1834: Assistant to Principal Collector and Magistrate, 
North Arcot. 1836: Acting Register of the Zillah Court of 
Salem ; and Acting Register of the Provincial Court, Centre Divi- 
sion. 1837 : Register of the Provincial Court, Centre Division. 
1839: Register of the Zillah Court of Bellary ; Acting Head 
Assistant to the Collector and Magistrate, Chingleput, and to the 
Principal Collector and Magistrate, Salem. 1 840 : Assistant to 
the Principal Collector and ISIagistrate, Salem. 1842 : Acting 
Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate, Salem. 1843 : Sub-Collector 
and Joint Magistrate, Salem. 1 844 : In charge of the Salem Sub- 
Court. 1846 : Proceeded on furlough. 1849 : Acting Sub-Collector 
and Joint Magistrate, Madura; Acting, afterwards Sub- Judge, 
Chittoor. 1852 : Acting Collector and Magistrate, Xorth Arcot. 
1853: Acting Collector and Magistrate, and afterwards Collector 
and Magistrate, Salem. 1858 : On medical leave to Eurojyefor 21 
months, i860 : Collector of Salem. 1862 : Member of the Board 
of Revenue, and President of the Income Tax Commission. 1865 : 
President of the Income Tax Commission. 1867: Resigned the 
service, 2'jth May. (Annuitant on the Fund, 1867.) Died, 20th 
December 1867. 

BRICKENDEN, Richard. — 1752: Writer. 1768: Senior 
Merchant. 1771 : Member of the Council of the Governor. 
1774 : Out of the service. 

BRODIE, James. — 1789: Writer. 1790: Assistant under the 
Secretary in the Public and Revenue Departments. 1793 : Acting 



MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 17 

Secretary to the Military Board. 1796: Garrison Store-keeper 
and Import "Warehouse-keeper. No trace after 1801. 

BRODIE, Alexander. — 1 773: Writer. 1780: Factor. 1782: 
Junior Merchant. 1790: Out of the service. 

BROOKE, Henry.— 1 75 1 : Writer. 1768 : Chief of Cuddalore. 
177 1 : Member of the Council of the Governor. 1774: Chief of 
Masulipatam. 1776: Eecalled, 1780: Suspended. 1782: Out 
of the service. 

BROOKE, Arthur. — 1793 : Writer. 1796 : Assistant under the 
Secretary in the Military, Political, and Secret Departments. 
1797: Land Customer. 1799: Assistant to the Military Pay- 
master-General. 1800: Assistant to the Collector of Government 
Customs. 1802 : Head Assistant to the Commercial Resident at 
Cuddalore. 1803 : At home. 1808 : Returned to India ; Deputy 
Commercial Resident at Salem. 181 1 : Commercial Resident at 
Cuddalore. 181 5 : Out of employ. 181 7 : Commercial Resident 
at Nagore. 1826 : At home on absentee allowance, 1829 : Re- 
turned to India. 1830: Deputy Warehouse-keeper. 1832: 
Officiating Superintendent of Stationery. 1836 : Superintendent 
of Government Lotteries; Acting Cashier to the Government 
Bank, and Assistant to the Sub-Treasurer. 1837 : Superintendent 
of the Government Lotteries. 1845 • ^"^ ^/ ^^i^P^oy. Died^ 
nth January 1850, in Madras. 

BROWN, William. — 1783: Writer; Assistant to the Secretary 
to the Select Committee. 1786 : Assistant at Masulipatam. 1787 : 
Under the Secretary in the Secret Department. 1790 : Paymaster 
to the Detachment serving with the JSiizam. 1793 : Out of employ. 
1794: Assistant in the Vizianagram Zemindary. 1796: Collector 
in the Southern Division of the Vizianagram Zemindary. 1797 : 
Collector in the Cashimcottah Havelly,, the resumed Pergunnahs of 
Vizianagram and Vizagapatam Farms. 1798: Collector in the 
First Division of the Vizagapatam District. 1800: Collector in 
the First Division of the Ganjam. 1802 : Third Judge of the 
Court of Circuit and Appeal, IS^orthern Division. 1806 : Second 
Judge of the Court of Circuit and Appeal, Northern Division. 
1810: At home. 1816 : Returned to India; Sheriff of Madras- 
patam. 1817 : Commissioner at Rajahmundry. 181 9: Acting 
Third Judge of the Provincial Court, ISTorthern Division. 1820: 
Commercial Resident and Collector of Sea Customs, Vizagapatam 
and Ganjam. 1821 : Out of employ. 1822: Second Judge of the 
Provincial Court, Centre. Division. 1824: Senior Judge of the 

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1 8 MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS, 

Provincial Court, Centre Division. 1828 : Additional Government 
Commissioner for Carnatic Claims. 1831 : Telugoo Translator to 
Government. 1832: Out of employ. 1835: Persian Translator 
to Government. Died, 2'jth June 1837, at St Thome. 

BROWN, Henry. — 1789 : Writer. 1790 : Assistant under the 
Secretary in the Public and Revenue Departments. 1792 : Acting 
Deputy Export Warehouse-keeper. 1793: Deputy Warehouse- 
keeper. 1794: Export Warehouse-keeper. 1796: Commercial 
Kesident at the Presidency. 1801 : Commercial Resident at Ram- 
nad. Died, 2gth December 1808, at Madura. 

BROWN, Charles Philip. — 1816: Writer. 1820: Assistant 
to the Collector and Magistrate of Cuddapah. 1822 : Register of 
the Zillah of MasuHpatam. 1824 : Head Assistant to the Collector 
and Magistrate of Rajahmundry. 1826 : Register of the Zillah of 
Cuddapah. 1829: Register to the Provincial Court, Southern 
Division. 1830: Assistant Judge and Joint-Criminal Judge of 
Rajalimundry. 1835 • -^^ home on absentee allowance. 1837 : 
Returned to India, per ^^ Mary Ann." 1838: Persian Translator 
to Government; Acting Secretary to the College Board, and to 
the Native Education Committee; and Member of the College 
Board. 1839: Acting Register to the Sudder and Foujdarry 
Adawlut; Persian Translator to Government; Member of the 
College Board. 1847 : Persian, Tamul, and Telugoo Translator 
to Government ; Postmaster-General. 1854: Besigned the service, 
ist May, in India. {Annuitant on the Fund, 1854.) 

BROWN, Christian James. — 1824: Writer. 1825: Assistant 
to the Principal Collector and Magistrate of Cuddapah. 1828 : 
Head Assistant to the Accountant-General. Died, loth April 
183 1, on his passage to England. 

BRUCE, Peter. — 1796: Writer. 1799: Assistant to the 
Accountant-General. 1801 : Assistant under the Principal Col- 
lector in the Ceded District. 1 803 : Subordinate Collector in the 
Ceded Districts. 1806 : Judge and Magistrate of Bellary. 1820 : 
Third Judge of the Provincial Court, Southern Division ; Second 
Judge of the Provincial Court, Centre Division. Died^ 2d Septem- 
ber 1 82 1, at Gooty. 

BRUCE, Frederick Hervey.— 1808 : Writer; Assistant to 
Secretary in Judicial and Revenue Department. 1809 : Assistant 
to the Collector of Vizagapatam. 1 8 n : Assistant to the Register 
of the Provincial Court, Northern Division. 1813 : Deputy Com- 
mercial Resident at Maddepollam and MasuHpatam. 1815 : 



MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS, 19 

Register of the Zillah of Cuddapah. Bied^ 10th Sejptemher 181 7, 
at Cuddapah. 

BRUCE, Alexander Fairlie. — 181 7 : Writer. 1820 : Assistant 
to the Collector and Magistrate of Tanjore. 1824: Register of 
the Zillah of Salem. 1825 : Head Assistant to the Principal Col- 
lector of the Northern Division of Arcot; At home. 1829: Be- 
turned to India; Acting Sub-Collector of Xellore. 1830: Sub- 
Collector and Joint-Magistrate of Nellore. 1834 : Acting Secretary 
to the Board of Revenue. 1835: Mint Master. 1836: Acting 
Collector, afterwards Collector and Magistrate of Guntoor. 1837 : 
Acting Police Magistrate at the Presidency ; Acting Civil Auditor ; 
Acting Superintendent of Stamps; Member of Mint Committee. 
1838: Collector and Magistrate of Guntoor (resumed); Acting 
Collector and Magistrate of Chingleput ; Collector and Magistrate 
of Cuddapah; Postmaster-General. 1847: Civil Auditor, and 
Superintendent of Stamps. 1852: Resigned the service^ 1st 
July, in India. {Annuitant on the Fund, 1852.) Died, 26th June 
1875, in EnrjJa7id. 

BRUERE, James Graham Sadleir. — 1826: Writer. 1828: 
Register of the Zillah of Chittoor. 1832 : Acting Assistant Judge 
and Joint Criminal Judge at Salem ; Acting Deputy Collector of 
Madras. 1833 : Secretary to the Marine Board. 1834 : Assistant 
Judge and Joint Criminal Judge of Rajahmundry. 1 836 : Assistant 
Judge and Joint Criminal Judge of Chingleput. 1837 : At home. 
1840 : Returned to India. 1841 : Out of employ. 1842 : Deputy 
Collector of Sea Customs, Madras; Judge and Joint Criminal 
Judge of Salem. 1844: Civil and Session Judge, Salem. 1852 : 
Civil and Session Judge, Cuddalore. 1854: Resigned the service, 
ist May. {Annuitant on the Fund, 1854.) Died, 27^/1 September 
1865, in England. 

BUCHAN, George.— 1792: Writer. 1794: Assistant under 
the Secretary in the Military, Political, and Secret Department, 
and French Translator. 1795 : Assistant Manager for Supplying 
Beetle Tobacco and Ganja. 1796 : Paymaster to the Expedition 
against Malacca. 1799 : Sub-Secretary in the Military, Political, 
and Secret Department. 1801 : Secretary in the PubHc and Com- 
mercial Department ; Secretary in the Mihtary Department. 1803 : 
Chief Secretary to Government. 1809: Private Secretary to 
the Governor. iZio', At home. 1S14: Out 0/ the service. 

BURLTON, John Philip.— 1777 : Writer. 1780: At home. 
1790: Senior Merchant and Muster-Master of the Calcroon. 1795: 



20 MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 

Resident at Negapatam. 1800 : Paymaster at Kistnagheny. 1801 : 
Out of the service. 

BURY, John Fuller. — 1834 : Writer. 1836 : Assistant to the 
Principal Collector and Magistrate of Malabar; Assistant to the 
Principal Collector and Magistrate of Xorth Arcot. 1840 : Assis- 
tant to Agent to Governor ; Collector and Magistrate, Vizagapatam. 
184^ I Proceeded on furlough. 1848: Returned to India. Died, 
nth May 1848, in India {JFaltair). 

BUSHBY, Henry Turner.— 181 i : Writer. 1817 : Assistant 
to the Kegister of the Sudder and Poujdarry Adawlut. 1818: 
Eegister of the Zillah of Chittoor. 1823: Kegister to the Pro- 
vincial Court, Centre Division. 1827 : Assistant Judge and Joint 
Criminal Judge of Cuddapah. 1829 : Judge and Criminal Judge 
of Eellary. 1832 : Third Judge of the Provincial Court, ^N^orthern 
Division; Third Judge of the Provincial Court, JSTellore. 1834: 
Third Judge of the Provincial Court, Eajahmundry ; Out of employ. 
1836 : Acting Judge and Criminal Judge of Bellary ; Acting Judge 
and Criminal Judge of Salem. 1837 : Judge and Criminal Judge 
of Bellary; Acting Judge of Provincial Court, Centre Division. 
Died, lyth May 1838, at Cuddapah. 

BUSHBY, Charles Maitland. — 1817: Writer. 1820: Assis- 
tant to the Collector and Magistrate of Salem. 1823 : Register 
of the Zillah of Chittoor. 1827 : Register to the Provincial 
Court, Western Division. 1832 : Assistant Judge and Joint 
Criminal Judge of Canara. Died, 2,0th January 1835, at Manga- 
lore. 

BYNG, John. — 1796: Writer. 1797: Assistant under the 
Secretary in the Public, Revenue, and Commercial Departments. 
1798 : Deputy Postmaster-General ; Paymaster at Malacca. 1805 : 
Acting Register and Assistant Magistrate to Act in the Zillah of 
Masulipatam. 1806 : Judge and Magistrate of the Zillah of Gun- 
toor. 1807 : Judge and Magistrate of the Zillah of Ganjam. 
1810 : Judge and Magistrate of the Zillah of Trichinopoly. Died, 
2T,d Noveraher 181 1, at Trichinopoly. 

BYRNE, Patrick. — 1789 : Writer. 1790 : Assistant under the 
Military Secretary. 1791 : At home. No trace after 1791. 

CADOGAN, Hon. George.— 177 i : AVriter. 1776: Factor. 
1780 : Junior Merchant. No trace after 1780. 

CALL, John. — 1751 : Writer. 1768: Member of the Council 
of the Governor. 1771 : Out of the service. 

CALL, James. — 1766: Writer. 1 771: Factor. 1774: Junior 



MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 21 

Merchant. 1778 : Senior Merchant, and Provisional Member of 
Board of Revenue. 1792 : Sea Customer. 1800 : Out of the 
service. 

CALL, Jewel.— 1771 : Writer. 1776: Factor. 1780: Junior 
Merchant. 1782: Senior Merchant. 1790: Out of the ser- 
vice. 

CALLAND, John.— 1 75 1 : AVriter. 1768 : Senior Merchant; 
Suspended from service. 

CAMERON, N. S.— 1813 : Writer. 181 6 : Head Assistant to 
the Collector, afterwards Assistant Magistrate, Canara. 1823 : 
Sub-Collector and Assistant Magistrate of Canara. 1825 : ^^ home. 
1828: Returned to India; Collector and Magistrate of Trichi- 
nopoly. 1831 : Principal Collector and Magistrate of Canara. 
1833 : Principal Collector and Magistrate of Madura. Died, 12th 
December 1833, at the Cape of Good Hope. 

CAMPBELL, Frederick.— 1 781 : Writer. 1782 : Assistant to 
the Secretary in the Select Committee. 1783 : Assistant to the 
Secretary in the Civil Department. 1784: Secretary to General 
Campbell. 1786: Deputy Import Warehouse-keeper; Assistant 
to the Committee of Circuit. 1789 ; Muster-Master of the Centre 
Division. 1790: Out of employ. Died, 26th March 1791, at 
GhingJeput. 

CAMPBELL, William.— 1806 : Writer. 1808 : Assistant in 
the Secret, Political, and Foreign Departments. 1809 : Assistant to 
the Collector of Canara. 181 6 : Suspended. Dismissed, i6th 
December 1818, in England. 

CAMPBELL, Alexander Duncan.— 1807 : Writer. 1809 : 
Assistant under the Collector of Bellary ; Fixed Assistant under 
the Secretary to the Board of Eevenue, and Assistant to the 
Superintendent of Stamps. 181 1 : Secretary to the Board of 
Superintendence for the College of Fort St. George. 1812 : 
Deputy Secretary to the Board of Revenue. 181 7: Secretary to 
the Board of Revenue. 1820 : Collector and Magistrate of Bellary. 
1824: Third Judge of the Provincial Court, Centre Division. 
1826 : Third Member of the Board of Revenue. 1827 : Principal 
Collector and Magistrate of Tanjore. 1828: Out of emi^log ; 
Register to the Sudder and Foujdarry Adawlut. 1830 : Telugoo 
Translator to Government. 1831 : At home on absentee allowance. 
1833 : Returned to India per *' Alfred:' 1834 : Acting Judge of 



22 MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 

the Sudder and Foujdarry Adawliit. 1835 : Superintendent of 
Stamps and Civil Auditor ; Acting Judge of the Sudder Adawlut. 
1837: Memher of the Mint Committee; Persian Translator to 
Government; Acting Third Judge of the Sudder Foujdarry 
Adawlut. 1838 : Third Puisne Judge of the Sudder Foujdarry 
Adawlut, and Member of the College Board. 1840 : Second 
Puisne Judge of the Court of Sudder Dewannee and Sudder Fouj- 
darry Adawlut, and Member of the College Board. 1842 : First 
Puisne Judge of the Court of Sudder Dewannee and Sudder Fouj- 
darry Adawlut, and Member of the College Board ; Resigned the 
service^ 6th May, in India. {Annuitant on the Fund, 1842.) Died, 
2$d April 1857, in England. 

CAMPBELL, E. C— 1856 : Writer. 1859 : Proceeded on fur- 
lough. 1861 : Resigned the service, 24th Jidy, in England. 

CAPPER, James. — 1770: Writer. 1776 : Factor. Died, 31s/ 
August 1776, at Calcutta. 

CARPENTER, Charles. — 1789: Writer; Assistant under the 
Secretary in the Secret Department. 1790: Assistant under the 
Secretary in the Military Department. 1791 : Assistant under the 
Collector of Coimbatore. 1792 : Out of emj^loy. 1793: Assistant 
under the Kesident at Maddepollam. 1794: Commercial Resident 
at Salem. Died, 4th June 1818, at Salem. 

CASAMAJOR, James Henry. — 1762: Writer. 1776: Senior 
Merchant; Paymaster at Vellore. No trace after 1782. Died, 
2^d January 181 5, in England. 

CASAMAIJOR, John. — 1792: Writer; Assistant under the 
Secretary in the Political, Secret, and Military Departments. 
1794: Assistant under the Commercial Resident at Tinnevelly. 
1796: Deputy Commercial Resident at Ramnad and Tinnevelly. 
1800 : Commercial Resident at Tinnevelly. 1806 : Third Judge of 
the Court of Circuit and Appeal, Southern Division. 1809 : Third 
Member of the Board of Trade. 1813 : Acting General Super- 
intendent of Investments. 1816 : Senior Member of the Board of 
Trade. Died, 1st February 182 1, at Singapo7'e. 

CASAMAIJOR, James Archibald. — 1802 : Writer. 1803 : 
Assistant to the Secretary to the Board of Trade. 1804 : Secretary 
and Accountant to the Sinking Fund. 1806 : Deputy Secretary 
to the Board of Revenue. 1809: Register of Seringapatam ; 
Judge, Magistrate, and Collector of Seringapatam. 181 1 : Military 
Paymaster at the Presidency and of Extraordinaries. 1813 : 



MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 23 

Judge, Magistrate, and Collector of Seringapatam. 1818: Assis- 
tant to the Kesident at Mysore. 1827: Kesident at Mysore. 
1832 : Occasional Member of Council, and Officiating President of 
the Kevenue and Marine Board. 1834: Resident at Travancore 
and Cochin. 1836 : At liome on absentee allowance. {Annuitant 
071 the Fund from 1st May 1837.) 

CAS AMAIJOR, George James.— 181 2 : Writer. 1816: Assis- 
tant to the Secretary in the Military Department. 1819 : At 
home. 1823: Returned to India ; Assistant to the Chief Secretary 
to Government. 1826: Register to the Sudder and Foujdarry 
Adawlut. 1828: Judge and Criminal Judge of JSTellore. 1832: 
Second Judge of the Provincial Court, Northern Division. 1834 : 
Second Judge of the Provincial Court, Centre Division. 1836: 
Acting Principal Collector and Magistrate of Cuddapah. 1838 : 
Acting First Judge of the Provincial Court, Centre Division. 
1839 : Second Judge of the Provincial Court of Appeal and Cir- 
cuit, Centre Division. 1840 : First Judge of the Provincial Court 
of Appeal and Circuit, Centre Division. 1842 : Third Judge, after- 
wards Second Judge, of the Sudder Dewannee and Sudder Fouj- 
darry Adawlut. 1844: Resigned the service, yl December, in India. 
{Annuitant on the Fund, 1845.) ^^'^^^> 3^*'^ ^^V ^^49j ^^ Ootaca- 
mund. 

CATOR, Frederick Sawbridge Wright. — 1843 : Writer. 
1846 : Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, Tinnevelly. 1847 : 
Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, Madura. 1852 : Head 
Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, Madura ; Head Assistant to 
Collector and Magistrate, Guntoor. Died, nth February 1854, a^ 
Cape Town. 

CATHCART, Robert.— 1826 : Writer. 1827: Assistant to 
the Principal Collector of Tanjore. 1829: Employed under the 
Bombay Government. 1832 : Acting Additional Sub-Collector and 
Joint Magistrate of Salem. 1833: Special Assistant to the Col- 
lector and Magistrate of Chingieput. 1834 : Acting Sub-Collector 
of Ganjam. Died, 26th May 1834, at Ganjam. 

CAZALET, Peter Reade.— 1796: Writer. 1798: Assistant 
under the Accountant-General. 1799: Assistant under the Col- 
lector of the Fourth Division of Masulipatam. 1802 : Assistant 
under the Collector of the Third Division of MasuHpatam. 1803 ; 
Collector of the Zillah of MasuHpatam. 1806: Collector of the 
Zillah of Carangoody. 1809; Judge and Magistrate of the Zillah 
of Rajahmundry. 1813: At home. 1816: Returned to India. 



24 MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 

1817: Acting Collector and Magistrate of Ganjam. 18 19: Col- 
lector and Magistrate of Ganjam. (Annuitant on the Fund in 182 7.) 
Died, 2'] til January 1839, at Bath. 

CHAMBERS, William.— 1765 : Writer. 1776: Senior Mer- 
chant. 1780: In Bengal, 1790: Interpreter to Supreme Court 
of Judicature in Bengal. No trace after 1792. 

CHAMIER (Deschamps), John. — 1772: Writer. 1778: 
Factor. 1780 : Junior Merchant. i'jS2:Athome. 1790: Senior 
Merchant ; Secretary to the Military, Political, and Secret Depart- 
ments, and Judge- Advocate-General. 1792: Collector at Muglatore. 
1795: Chief of Vizagapatam. 1 801 : Chief Secretary to Government. 
1802: Chief Secretary to Government, and Provisional Member 
of Council. 1803: Pull Member of Council. 1804: President 
of the Board of Trade. 1806: At home. 1809: Out of the 
service. 

CHAMIER, Henry. — 181 2: Writer. 1816: Persian Trans- 
lator to the Camatic Commissioners. 181 7 : Second Deputy Sec- 
retary to the Board of Eevenue. 1818 : Temporary Assistant to 
the Chief Secretary to Government. 1820 : Assistant to the Chief 
Secretary to Government. 1 8 2 1 : Sub-Collector and Assistant Magis- 
trate of Chittoor. 1825 : Sub-Collector and Assistant Magistrate of 
South Arcot. 1827 : Secretary in the Public Department. 1828 : 
Secretary in the Military Department. 1829 : Acting Secretary in 
the Revenue and Judicial Department; Acting Secretary in the Mili- 
tary Department. 1831 : Secretary in the Revenue and Judicial 
Department; Chief Secretary to Government. 1832: Acting 
Persian Translator to Government ; Occasional Member of Council 
under the Provisions of the Act, 33 George III,, cap. 52 ; Trustee 
for St. George's Church. 1837 : Chief Secretary to Government. 
1842 : Chief Secretary to Government, and Provisional Member of 
Council. 1843 • Member of Council, and President of the Revenue, 
Marine, and College Boards. 1 848 : President of the Revenue, 
Marine, and College Boards; Resigned the service^ 14th January. 
Died, 4th Fehruarij 1867, in England. 

CHAPLIN, William. — 1799: Writer. 1804: Register in the 
Ceded Districts. 1806 : Subordinate Collector in the Ceded Dis- 
tricts. 1807: Collector in the Zillah of Cuddapah. 1809: Col- 
lector in the Zillah of Bellary. 18 18: Employed in the late 
Peishwah's Dominions. 1823: Commissioner in the Deccan. 
1827 : Out of the service. 
CHAPMAN, Robert. — 1791: Writer; Assistant under the 



MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS, 25 

Secretary to the Board of Ke venue. 1792: Assistant imder the 
Resident at Ingerani. Died, ic^fh December 1792, at Ingeram. 

CHARLTON, Jasper. — 1778 : Writer. 1 790 : Senior Merchant. 
1791 : Absent. No trace after 1792. 

CHASE, Thomas. — 1781 : Writer. 1783: Assistant to the 
Secretary to the Select Committee. 1784: Clerk to the Justices, 
and French Translator. 1786: Assistant to the Secretary in the 
Military Department, and Clerk to the Committee of Stores. 1788: 
Examiner to the Mayor's Court. 1790 : Secretary to the Board of 
Trade. 1796: Out of emijJoy. 1799: Atliome. 1^01 \ Returned 
to Diclia. Died, ^th February 1808, at Vizagapatam. 

CHASE, Thomas Curtis. — 1808: Writer. 1809: Second 
Assistant to the Collector of Xellore. 181 2 : Head Assistant to the 
Collector of JN^ellore. 181 7: At home. Died, igth May iSiS, at 
Kensington. 

CHATFIELD, James. — 1806: Writer; Assistant under the 
Secretary to the Board of Revenue. i8o8 : At home. 1813: Out 
of the service. 

CHATFIELD, Rowley Wixslet. — 1832 : Writer. 1834: Doing 
Duty under the Principal Collector and Magistrate, Madura. 1835 : 
Second Assistant to Principal Collector and Magistrate, Madura. 

1836 : Assistant to Principal Collector and Magistrate, Canara. 

1837 : Acting Register of the Zillali Cornet of Canara; Acting Head 
Assistant to Principal Collector and Magistrate, Canara ; afterwards 
Register of the Zillah Court of Malabar. 1839 : Acting Assistant 
Judge and Joint Criminal Judge of Cochin ; Resumed charge of 
the Office of Register of the Zillah Court of Cochin. 1842 : Acting 
Senior Deputy Register to the Court of Sudder and Foujdarry 
Adawlut. 1843 : Commissioner for Government Lotteries ; Extra 
Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, Malabar. 1844: Acting 
Additional Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate of Canara. 1845 : 
Acting Additional Sub-Collector and Jomt Magistrate of Malabar ; 
Special Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, Tinnevelly. 1846 : 
Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate, Malabar. 1850 : Acting Civil 
and Sessions Judge, TeUicherry. 185 1 : Acting Civil and Sessions 
Judge, Calicut. 1852 : Acting Civil and Sessions Judge, Manga- 
lore. 1853: Proceeded to England on furlough. 1856: Acting 
Civil and Sessions Judge, Guntoor. 1857 : Civil and Sessions 
Judge, Mangalore. 1863: Resigned the service, 1st May. {An- 
nuitant.) 

CHE APE, Anstruther. — 181 9 : Writer. 1824: Assistant to 



26 MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS, 

the Collector and Magistrate of Bellary ; Register of the Zillah of 
Bellary. 1829: Register of the Zillah of Cuddapah; Assistant 
Judge of Ciimbum. 1830: Assistant Judge and Joint Criminal 
Judge of Malabar. Died, i6th Jmie 1831, at TeUichemj. 

CHERRY, Peter. — 1789 : Writer. 1790 : Assistant under the 
Secretary in the Public and Revenue Department. 1791 : Assis- 
tant under the Collector of the Ganjam Havelly. 1796 : Assistant 
under the Collector in the ISTorthern Division of the Yizianagram 
Zemindary. 1798: Paymaster to Detachment under Lieutenant- 
Colonel Roberts. 1799: Paymaster to the Army. 1800: Collector 
of the Third Division of the Yizagapatam District. 1804 : Judge of 
the Zillah of Ganjam. 1806 : Judge of the Zillah of Combaconum. 
1807: At home. 181 1: Returned to India. 1813 : Paymaster 
at the Presidency and of Extraordinaries. 181 5 : Third Judge, 
afterwards Second Judge of the Provincial Court, K"orthern Division. 
182 1 : Senior Judge of the Provincial Court, Centre Division. 
Died, 26th November 1823, «^ the Caj^e of Good Ho])e. 

CHERRY, George Frederick. — 1804 : Writer. 1807 : Assis- 
tant under the Chief Secretary to Government in the Secret, 
Political, and Foreign Department ; Assistant to the Register of the 
Zillah of Tinnevelly. 1809 : Register of the Zillah of Madura. 
182 1 : Judge and Criminal Judge of Masulipatam. 1824 : Judge 
and Criminal Judge of Combaconum. Died, loth Fehruary 1827, 
at Combaconum. 

CHERRY, Alexander Inglis. — 1824: AVriter. 1825: Assis- 
tant to the Principal Collector and Magistrate of Tanjore. 1827 : 
Head Assistant to the Secretary to the Board of Revenue. 1828 : 
Deputy Tamil Translator to Government ; Assistant to the Collec- 
tor of Sea Customs at Madras. 1829 : At home. 1834 : Retmiied 
to India ; Deputy Secretary in the Chief Secretary's Department. 
1836 : Acting Secretary to Government. 1837 : Cashier to the 
Government Bank, and Assistant to the Sub-Treasurer ; Commis- 
sioner for Drawing Government Lotteries. 1838: Acting Sub- 
Treasurer and Superintendent Treasurer of Government Bank. 
1839 : Sub-Treasurer and Superintendent Treasurer of Government 
Bank. 1840 : Superintendent and Treasurer to the Government 
Bank, and Sub-Treasurer to Government. 1844: Sub-Treasurer 
to Government, and Member of the Mint Committee. Died, 26th 
October 1850, at the Cape of Good Hope. 

CHERRY, John William.— 1839 : Writer. 1840: Assistant 
to Principal Collector and Magistrate, South Arcot. 1841 : Assis- 



MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 27 

tant to Chief Secretary to Government. 1842 : Acting Head 
Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, Chingleput, and Assistant 
to Accountant-General. 1 843 : Second Assistant to Accountant- 
General. 1844: Commissioner for Government Lotteries. 1847: 
Head Assistant to Accountant-General. 1849 • Proceeded to 
Europe on furlough. 1853: Acting Sub-Collector and Joint 
Magistrate, Salem; Acting Deputy Collector of Sea Customs, 
Madras; Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate, Salem. 1855: 
Acting Civil and Sessions Judge, Salem. 1856 : Acting Collector 
and Magistrate, Tanjore. 1857 : Acting Collector and Magistrate, 
Acting Civil and Sessions Judge, and Sub-Judge, Salem. 1858 : 
Acting Collector and Magistrate, Coimbatore. 1859 : ^^ fii'st 
Acting, after-wards Civil and Sessions Judge, Salem. 1859: On 
medical certificate to Europe for 24 months. 1861 : Assumed 
Charge of the Office of Civil Court of Salem. 1864 : Six months 
special leave, extended to sick leave to Europe. 1865 : Civil and 
Sessions Judge, Gotacamund. Died, yl December 1866, in 
India. 

CHESTER, John E.— 1848 : Writer. 1850: Assistant to 
Collector and Magistrate, Malabar. Died, 2W1 Ap)ril 1850, at 
Calicut. 

CHINNERY, John.— 1792 : Writer; Assistant imder the Sec- 
retary in the Secret, Political, and Military Department. 1793 : 
Assistant under the Resident at Cuddalore. 1796 : Deputy Com- 
mercial Resident at Cuddalore. 1 799 : Old of employ. 1812 : Com- 
mercial Resident in the Xorthern Division of Arcot. 1813 : Out 
of employ. Died, i^fh November 181 7, at Madras. 

CHURCHILL, Charles Henry. — 1789: Writer. 1790: Assis- 
tant under the Export Warehouse-keeper. 1791 : Assistant under 
the Export Warehouse-keeper at Masulipatam. 1796: Assistant 
to the Commercial Resident at Ligeram. 1797 : Assistant to the 
Collector at Gimtoor. 1800: Out of employ. i8oi : Assistant 
under the Collector of the Third Division of MasuHpatam. 1802 : 
Assistant under the Collector of the Eirst Division of Masulipatam. 
1803 : Collector of the Zillah of Rajahniundry. 1805 : Collector 
of the Zillah of Yizagapatam. Died, 16th April 181 1, at Vizaga- 
patam. 

CLARKE, Richard. — 1804 : Writer. 1807 : Assistant under 
the Collector of Customs at Madras. 1808 : Proceeded to England, 
on private affairs. 1813 : Returned to India; Assistant to the 
Secretary to Government, and to Revenue and Judicial Depart- 



28 MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 



ment. 1814 : Secretary to the Police Committee ; Register of 
Chingleput. 1815 : Junior Deputy Register of the Sudder and 
Foujdarry Adawlut ; Tamil Translator to Government. 181 7 : 
Acting Register of the Sudder and Foujdarry Adawlut. 1819 : 
Secretary to the Board for Revising the Regulations. 1820: 
Secretary to the Eoard of Revenue. 1824 : Third Member of 
the Board of Revenue. 1826: At home on absentee aUoiva7ice. 
{Annuitant on the Fund from 1st January 1828.) 

CLARKE, Sydenham Charles.— 18 18 : Writer. 1820: Assis- 
tant to the Collector and Magistrate of Malabar. 1824 : At home. 
1827 : Returned to India; Register of the Zillah of Nellore. Died, 
26th August 1828, at Madras. 

CLARKE, Thomas.— 1833 : Writer. 1835 : Assistant to Col- 
lector and Magistrate, Trichinopoly. 1838 : Acting Head Assistant 
and afterwards Head Assistant to Register of the Sudder and 
Foujdarry Adawlut ; also Commissioner for Government Lotteries. 
1839 : Acting Senior Deputy Register of the Sudder and Foujdarry 
Adawlut. 1840 : Acting Tamil Translator to Government, Com- 
missioner for Lotteries, and Acting Deputy Register of the Sudder 
and Foujdarry Adawlut. 1842 : Senior Deputy Register of the 
Sudder and Foujdarry Adawlut. 1845 : Acting Tamil Translator 
to Government. 1847 '• Acting Sub-Collector and Joint Magis- 
trate, Madura. 1848 : Acting Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate, 
Tanjore. 1849 : Sub -Collector and Joint Magistrate, Madura. 
1851 : Acting Civil and Sessions Judge, Tinnevelly. 1853 : Acting 
Collector and Magistrate, Madura. 1855 : Acting Civil and Ses- 
sions Judge, Madura, and Collector and Magistrate, Malabar. 
1856 : On medical certificate to Euroi^e for 21 months. 1858 : 
Collector and Magistrate, Madura, i860 : Member of the Board 
of Revenue. 1863 : Member of the Board of Examiners, and of 
the Central Committee for the Examination of Assistants. 1867 : 
Additional Member of the Council of Fort St. George for Making 
Laws and Regulations, and First Member of the Board of Revenue ; 
also President of the Committee for the Examination of Assistants. 
1868 : On Special Duty in the Famine Districts. 1869 : Resigned 
the service, yl Septemlier. {Annuitant.) 

CLARKE, Richard Gwatkin. — 1839 : Writer. 1840 : Acting 
Head Assistant to Register of the Court of Sudder and Foujdarry 
Adawlut. 1 84 1 : Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, Ching- 
leput, Acting Cashier to the Government Bank, and Assistant to 
Sub-Treasurer. 1842 : Head Assistant to Register of the Court of 



MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 29 

Sudder and Foujdarry Adawlut, and Commissioner for Government 
Lotteries. 1845 : Deputy Secretary to Government. 1848: Private 
Secretary to the Governor of the Presidency. 185 1 : Acting Deputy 
Collector of Sea Customs, Madras ; Acting Sub-Judge, and after- 
wards Sub- Judge, Bellary. 1857 : Acting Civil and Session Judge, 
Tinnevelly. 1858: Subordinate Judge, Combaconum ; Acting 
Civil and Sessions Judge at Salem, and afterwards at Trichinopoly. 
i860 : At first Acting Civil and Sessions Judge at Combaconum ; 
afterwards Civil and Sessions Judge, N'egapatam. 1861 : On 
medical certificate to Europe for 21 months. 1863 : Returned to 
India. 1867 : Acting Civil and Sessions Judge, Ootacamund. 
187 1 : Civil and Sessions Judge, Tranquebar ; On furlough ; Re- 
signed the service, I'jth May, in England. (Amiuitant.) 

CLEMENTSON, Frederick Fenby.— 1817 : Writer. 1820: 
Assistant to the Principal Collector and Magistrate of Coimbatore. 
1825 : Head Assistant to the Principal Collector and Magistrate 
of Coimbatore. 1827 : Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate of 
Coimbatore. 1828: Deputy Accountant - General, and Commer- 
cial Accountant and Auditor. 1831 : Acting Mint Master. 1832: 
Principal Collector and Magistrate of :Malabar. 1842 : On furlough. 
1846 : Resigned the service, 24th February. {Annuitant on the 
Fund, 1846.) Died, gth March 1881, in England. 

CLERK, John.— 1778 : Writer. 1790 : Senior Merchant, and 
one of the Collectors of the Jaghire Revenue. 1793: At home. 
1795 : Out of the service. 

CLERK, Robert.— 1780 : Writer. 1790: Junior Merchant, 
Deputy Secretary to Public and Revenue Department, Sea Gate, 
and Register and Clerk of the Peace. 1793 : At home. 1800 : 
Senior Merchant, and Jmiior Member of the Board of Trade. 
1 80 1 : At home. 1806 : Out of the service. 

CLERK, Robert (ist). — 1781 : Writer. 1782 : Assistant to 
the Secretary in the Civil Department. 1783 : Under Searcher 
of the Sea Gate. 1786 : Deputy Sea Customer, and Deputy Sec- 
retary Commercial and Revenue Departments, Sea Gate Register, 
and Clerk of the Peace. 1793 : Secretary in the Public, Revenue, 
and Commercial Department, Clerk of Appeals, and Clerk to the 
Committee of Treasury. 1796: At home. 1799: Returned to 
India; Junior Member to the Board of Trade. 1800: Second 
Member to the Board of Trade; At home. 1805 : Out of the 
service. 



30 MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 

CLERK, Egbert (2d). — 1816 : Writer. 1819 : Assistant to 
the Sub-Treasurer. 1820 : Assistant to the Principal Collector 
and Magistrate of Tanjore. 1822 : At home. 1824 : Returned to 
India ; Second Assistant to the Principal Collector and Magistrate 
of Tanjore. 1826 : Assistant to the Secretary in the Military 
Department. 1829 : Acting Secretary in the Military Department, 
and Secretary to the Civil Fund. 1831 : Secretary to Government 
in the Military DejDartnient. 1832 : Acting Chief Secretary to 
Government, and Acting Director of the Government Bank ; 
Trustee for St. George's Church. 1835 : Secretary to Govern- 
ment in the Civil Department. 1836 : Secretary to Government 
in the Secret, Political, and Public Departments. 1837 : Secre- 
tary to Government in the Civil Department. 1844 : Resigned 
the service J 2 2d February, in India. {Annuitant on the Fund, 
1843.) Died, yl April 1873, *'^^ England. 

OLIVE, Richard. — 1808 : Writer. 1814 : Assistant to the 
Chief Secretary to Government. 181 6 : Secretary to the Mint 
Committee. 1820 : Secretary in the Military Department. 1824 : 
Paymaster of Carnatic Stipends. 1828 : Chief Secretary to Govern- 
ment. 1829 : Acting Secretary in the Revenue and Judicial De- 
partment. 1831 : Chief Secretary to Government. Died, 6th 
August 1 83 1, at Coiiubatore. 

OLIVE, Robert Herbert. — 1816 : Writer. 1819 : Assistant 
to the Secretary in the Military Department. 1820 : Assistant 
to the Secretary in the Civil Department ; Assistant to the Col- 
lector and Magistrate of Madura. 1822 : Head Assistant to the 
Collector and Magistrate of Coimbatore. 1825 : Sub-Collector and 
Assistant Magistrate of Coimbatore. 1827 : At home on absentee 
aUoivance. 1829 : Returned to India per " David Scott ; " Acting 
Secretary in the Public Department. 1831 : Collector of Sea 
Customs at Madras. 1832 : At home. 1838 : Out of the 
service. 

OLTJBLEY, Thomas.— 1796 : Writer. 1798 : Assistant to the 
Secretary to the Board of Revenue. 1799: Assistant under the 
Collector of Vizianagram. 1802 : Assistant to the Collector in the 
First Division of Vizagapatam. 1803 : Register of the Zillah of 
Vizagapatam. Died, i^th May 1805, at St Thome. 

OLULOW, Joseph.— 18 16 : Writer. 18 18: Second Assistant 
to the Collector and Magistrate of Rajahmimdry. 1821 : Head 
Assistant to the Collector and Magistrate of Gimtoor. 1826: 



MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 31 

Head Assistant to the Collector and Magistrate of Bellary. 1828 : 
At home on absentee alloioance. 1830 : Returned to India per 
^^ Neptune." 1831 : Acting Superintendent of Police. 1832 : 
Acting Treasurer and Secretary to the Government Bank ; Acting 
Sul3-Treasui-er. 1834 : At home. 1840 : Absent from India five 
years. 

COCHRANE, Hon. Basil. — 1769: Writer. 1776: Factor. 
1778 : Junior Merchant. 1780: Senior Merchant. 1792 : Agent 
for the Management and Distribution of Liquors for the Use of the 
Army. 1795 : Agent for the Management and Distribution of 
Liquors for the Use of the Army, and Civil Paymaster. 1808 : At 
home. 1810 : Out of the service. 

COCHRANE, James. — 1794: Writer. 1796: Assistant under 
the Secretary in the Public, Commercial, and Revenue Depart- 
ment. 1797 : Assistant mider the Sea Customer. 1798 : Deputy 
Persian Translator. 1799: Senior Assistant under the Resident 
at Mysore, and Postmaster. 1800: Subordinate Collector in the 
Ceded Districts. 1803 : Collector of Ramnad and Tinnevelly. 
1806 : Judge and Magistrate of the jSTorthern Division of Canara. 
1807: At home. 181 1 : Returned to India; Sub-Treasurer. 
1812 : Superintendent of Government Lotteries. 1814 : Second 
Member of the Board of Revenue. 181 9 : Senior Member of the 
Board of Revenue. 1824 : Acting Member of Council and Presi- 
dent of the Board of Revenue. 1825 : Second Puisne Judge of 
the Sudder and Poujdarry Adawlut. 1830 : At home on absentee 
allowance. Died, Sth August 1830, at Cheltenham. 

COCHRANE, John Henry. — 1829 : Writer. 1831 : Assistant 
to the Principal Collector of Tanjore. 1832: Acting Head Assis- 
tant, afterwards Head Assistant, to the Principal Collector and 
Magistrate of Xorth Arcot. 1837 : Acting Sub-Collector and Joint 
Magistrate of Cuddapah. 1839 : Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate 
ofCuddapah. 1S41 : Proceeded on furlough. 1S44: Returned to 
India. 1845: Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate of Bellary. 
1848: Collector and Magistrate, Cuddapah. 185 1 : Collector and 
Magistrate, Chingleput. Died, 2W1 August 1854, in Europe 
{Homhurg). 

COCHRANE, William Edward. — 1838: Writer. 1842: 
Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, Xellore. 1843 : Head 
Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, Nellore. 1847 : Proceeded 
on furlough. 1850: Returned to India; Head Assistant to 
Collector and Magistrate, Madum. 1852 : Out of employ. 1853 : 



32 MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS, 

Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate, Salem. 1854: Out of emj^loy. 
1855 : Dej^uty Collector of Sea Customs, Madras. 1859 : Pro- 
ceeded on furlough, i860 : Returned to India ; Deputy Collector 
of Sea Customs, Madras. 1861 : Collector of Sea Customs, Madras. 
Died, 'jth May 1861, at Madras. 

COCKBURN, Thomas. — 1779: Writer. 1790: Senior Mer- 
chant ; Commissary- General of Grain and Provisions ; Account- 
ant to Board of Revenue ; Register and Transfer Accountant 
of Debts of the K"abob and Rajah of Tanjore; Bullock Con- 
tractor. 1795 : Member of the Board of Revenue. 1800 : Second 
Member of the Board of Revenue. 1801 : Senior Member of 
the Board of Revenue. 1803 : At home. 1807 : Old of the 
service. 

COCKBURN, David. — 1796 : Writer. 1798 : Assistant under 
the Accountant to the Board of Revenue. 1799 : Second Assistant 
under the Collector of Salem. 1801 : Collector of Baramahl with 
District of Salem Kishnagherry, and conquered Territory lately 
under Major Graham's charge. 1803 : Collector of the Western 
Polygar Pieshcush and of Arcot, north of the River Patar. 1804 : 
Judge of the Zillah of the ^orth Division of Arcot. 1805 : Judge 
of the Zillah of Dindigul. 1806 : Judge of the Zillah of the 
Southern Division of Arcot. 18 14; At home. 181 7 : Oat of the 
service. 

COCKBURN, Montague Dundas.— 1807 : Writer. 1808: 
Assistant under the Judge of Yerdochellam. 1809 : Head Assis- 
tant to the Collector of the Southern Division of Arcot. 1816 : 
Assistant Magistrate of the Southern Division of Arcot. 1820 : 
Collector and Magistrate of Salem. 1829: Old of em^gloy. 1836: 
Judge and Criminal Judge of Malabar. 1842 : Judge and Criminal 
Judge of Madura. 1843 : Old of emjjloy. 1850 : Resigned the 
service, 16th February. {Annuitant on the Fund, 1850.) Died, 
2W1 September 1869, at Kotagherry (Neilgherries). 

COLE, The Hon. Arthur Henry. — 1801 : Writer. 1806 : 
Secretary to the Resident at Mysore. 1809 : Acting Resident at 
Mysore. 181 2 : Resident at Mysore. 1818 : Superintendent of 
the Government Lotteries. 1827 : At home on absentee aUoivance. 
(Annuitant on the Fund from 1st May 1829.) 

COLE, Arthur. — 1831 : Writer. 1834: Assistant to the 
Principal Collector and Magistrate of Madura. Died, ist April 
1835, at Madura. 

COLEMAN, George. — 1790; Writer. 1791 : Assistant under 



MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 33 

the Accoimtant-General. 1792 : Assistant under the Accountant- 
General to the Board of Trade. 1794: Deputy- Accountant to 
the Board of Trade. 1797 : Assistant in the Export Warehouse. 
1798 : Deputy Accountant to the Board of Trade. 1800 ; Deputy 
Commercial Resident at INIasulipatam. 1805 : Commercial Resi- 
dent at Masulipatam. 1806 : Judge of the Zillah of Chingleput. 
1816 : At home. 1818 : Out of tlie service. 

COLLINS, John. — 1793: Writer. 1796: Assistant under 
the Conmiercial Resident at Salem. 1800 : Deputy Com- 
mercial Resident at Salem. 1808 : Commercial Resident at 
Maddepollam. 1809 : Out of employ. Died, 8th Fehniary 181 1, 
at St Thome. 

COLT, Oliver.— 1779 : Writer. 1790: Senior Merchant and 
Postmaster-General. 1794 : At home. No trace after 1795. 

COMBE, Harvey. — 1804: Writer. 1807: Assistant to the 
Principal Collector of Coimbatore. 1809 : Head Assistant in the 
Secret and Political Department. 1810 : At home. 1814 : Out 
of the service. 

CONOLLY, Henry Valentine.— 1824 : Writer. 1826 : Assis- 
tant to the Principal Collector and Magistrate of Bellary. 1828 : 
Head Assistant to the Principal Collector of Tanjore ; Deputy 
Secretary in the Military Department. 1831 : Canarese Translator 
to Government. 1834 : Cashier to the Government Bank. 1835 : 
Assistant to the Sub-Treasurer. 1836 : Acting Additional Govern- 
ment Commissioner for Carnatic Claims. 1837 : Cashier to the 
Government Bank and Assistant to Sub-Treasurer, and Canarese 
Translator. 1838 : Proceeded on furlough. 1840 : Retimied to 
India. 1841 : Collector and Magistrate, Malabar. Assassinated^ 
nth September 1855, at Calicut. 

CONWAY, Thomas Barlow A.— 1831: AVriter. 1834: Assistant 
to the Principal Collector and Magistrate of IS'ellore. 1835 : Assis- 
tant to the Collector and Magistrate of Ganjam. 1837 : Head 
Assistant to the Collector and Magistrate of Ganjam. 1840: Head 
Assistant to Agent, Collector, and^Magistrate, Yizagapatam. 1841 : 
Head Assistant to Agent, Principal. Collector, and Magistrate, 
Yizagapatam, 1845 • Pri'^^ate Secretary to Governor. 1847 : 
Proceeded cm furlough. 1850 : Returned to India. 185 1 : Sub- 
Collector and Joint Magistrate, Salem. 1852 : Agent to the 
Governor, Kurnool. 1856 : Out of employ. 1859 : Resigned the 
service, 1st August, in India. {Annuitant on the Fund, 1861.) 



34 MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS, 

COOK, William. — 1797 : Writer. 1800 : Assistant under the 
Secretary in the Military, Secret, and PoHtical Department. 1802 : 
Assistant under the Collector of Government Customs. 1803 : 
Assistant to the Eeporter of External Commerce at Fort St. 
George. 1808 : Acting Collector and Eeporter of External Com- 
merce ; Collector of Sea Customs and Eeporter of External Com- 
merce and in Charge of Government Grain. 1815 : Collector of 
Chingleput. 1820: Collector and Magistrate of Chittoor. 182 1 : 
Principal Collector and Magistrate of Chittoor. 1826 : At home. 
1829 : Out of the service. 

COOK, Henry David. — 1835 : Writer. 1836 : Assistant to 
Principal Collector and Magistrate, Malabar. 1839 : Acting Head 
Assistant to Principal Collector and Magistrate, Tanjore. 1840 : 
Head Assistant to Principal Collector and Magistrate, Tanjore. 
1843 : Head Assistant to Principal Collector and Magistrate, 
Malabar. 1847 : Acting Sub- Judge, Mangalore. 1848 : Pro- 
ceeded to Europe on furlough. 185 1 : Acting Sub- Judge, Calicut; 
Head Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, Madura ; subsequently 
Sub-Judge, Calicut. 1855 : Acting Civil and Sessions Judge, 
Salem ; later, at Madura. 1856 ; Acting Civil and Sessions Judge, 
Calicut. 1857; Civil and Sessions Judge, Calicut. 1866: Civil 
and Sessions Judge, Coimbatore. 1868 : On furlough to Europe 
for tico years. 1870: Resigned the service, iSth September. 
(Annuitant.) Died, 16th June 1882, in England. 

COOPER, Thomas. — 1767: Writer. 1776: Junior Merchant. 
1778: Senior Merchant. 1790: At home. 1791 : Returned to 
India. 1795 : Paymaster at Ganjani and Aska. 1800 : Out of 
the service. 

COPLESTON, Eeancis.— 1831 : Writer. 1833: Assistant to 
Principal Collector, Nellore. 1834 : Assistant to Principal Collec- 
tor and Magistrate, ISTellore. 1835 : Acting Eegister of the Zillah 
of Cuddapah. 1836 : Acting Head Assistant to Principal Collector 
and Magistrate, Cuddapah. 1837 : Head Assistant to Principal 
Collector and Magistrate, Cuddapah. 1838 : Acting Head Assis- 
tant to Principal Collector and Magistrate, Guntoor. 1839 : Head 
Assistant to Principal Collector and Magistrate, Guntoor. 1840 : 
Acting Head Assistant to Principal Collector and Magistrate, 
Coimbatore: Acting Assistant Judge and Joint Criminal Judge, 
Salem. 1841 : Acting Eegister of the Zillah Court of Madura ; 
Acting Judge and Criminal Judge, Madura; Acting Assistant Judge 
and Joint Criminal Judge, Trichinopoly, 1843: Acting Assistant 



MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 35 

Judge and Joint Criminal Judge, afterwards Sub- Judge, Rajali- 
mundiy. 1845 : Proceeded to Europe on furlough. 1847 : Sub- 
Judge, Mangalore. 1 85 1 : Acting Civil and Sessions Judge, Honore. 
1852: Acting Civil and Sessions Judge, Mangalore. 1854: Acting 
Civil and Sessions Judge, Honore, subsequently Civil and Sessions 
Judge, Rajahmundry. 1856 : On medical leave to Europe for 20 
months. 1857 : Returned to India. 1858 : Resumed Charge of 
the Civil Court of Rajahmundry. 1862 : On sick leave for 12 
months^ forfeiting appointment ; Resigned the service^ 1st December. 
{Annuitant.) Died, 2W1 March 1869. 

CORBETT, Theodore. — 1769: Writer. 1776: Factor. 1778: 
Junior Merchant. 1780: Senior Merchant. 1790: At home. 
1793 : Returned to India. 1795 : Civil Storekeeper and one of 
the Justices. Died in 1795. 

CORBETT, A^iNCEXTio. — 1 771: Writer. 1776: Factor. 1782: 
Senior Merchant. 1791 : Mayor of Madraspatnam. 1792: Col- 
lector at Coimbatore. 1795 : Resident at Masuhpatam. 1806 : 
Commercial Resident at Yizagapatam. Died, I'jth December 1808, 
at Vizagapatam. 

COTSFORD, Edward.— 1756 : Writer. 1776: Member of 
Council of the Governor and Chief of Masuhpatam. 1780 : Came 
home. 1790: Out of the service. 

COTTON, John.— 1 80 1 : Writer. 1802 : Head Assistant to the 
Collector of Tanj ore. 1805: Sub-Collector of Tanjore. 1808: Ow^ 
of employ ; Senior Assistant to the Collector of Tanjore. 1813 : 
Collector and Magistrate of Tinnevelly. 1820: Collector and 
INIagistrate of Tanjore. 182 1 : Principal Magistrate of Tanjore, 
1827 : At home on absentee allowance. {Amiuitant on the Fund, 
1st May 1830.) 1833 : Elected a Director of the East India 
Company, 2>oth Ap)ril. 1842 : Deputy Chairman of the Court 
of Directors. 1843 : Chairman of the Court iof Directors. 1845 : 
Went out of the Direction by Rotation. Died, 16th July i860, in 
England. 

COTTON, Charles Robert.— 18 15 : Writer. 1818 : Second 
Assistant to the Collector and Magistrate of Canara. 1823 : Head 
Assistant to the Prmcipal Collector and Magistrate of Canara. 
1825 : Sub- Collector and Assistant Magistrate of Canara. 1826 : 
At home on absentee allou'ance. 1829 : Returned to India per 
'' David Scott:' 1830:- Collector and Magistrate of Chingieput. 
1832 : Acting Collector of :Madras ; Member of the Pohce Com- 
mittee ; Third Judge of the Provincial Court, Southern Division. 



36 MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS, 



1835 : Principal Collector and Magistrate of Canara. 1836 : Tem- 
porary Member of the Board of Kevenue ; Member of the Marine 
Board and Commercial Committee. 1838 : Acting Second Member 
of the Board of Eevenue. 1839: Second Member of the Board 
of Revenue. 1842 : On furlough. 1843 : Resigned the service, 
24th Fehruarij. {Annuitant on the Fund, 1843.) Died, igth May 
1873, in England. 

COTTON, Joseph John.— 183 i : Writer. 1833: Assistant to 
the Principal Collector, Malabar. 1834 : Assistant to the Prin- 
cipal Collector and Magistrate, Tanjore. 1836 : Assistant to 
the Principal Collector and Magistrate, Bellary and Tanjore. 
1837 : Register of the Zillah of Combaconum. 1839 : Acting 
Assistant Judge and Joint Criminal Judge, Trichinopoly. 1841 : 
Acting Judge and Criminal Judge, Combaconum ; Sub-Collector 
and Joint Magistrate, Cuddapah. 1843 • Acting Sub-Collector 
and Joint Magistrate, Tanjore. 1845 : Sub-Collector and Joint 
Magistrate, Tanjore. 1848 : Proceeded to Europe on furlough. 
1851 : Acting Sub- Judge, Combaconum, afterwards Sub- 
Judge, Rajahmundry. 1853 : Acting Civil and Sessions Judge, 
MasuHpatam. 1854 : Civil and Sessions Judge, MasuHpatam. 
1859: Six months' leave in India, i860: On medical leave to 
Europe for 21 months. 1862: Resigned the service, i^th April, 
in England. {Annuitant.) 

COTTON, Robert Rolland.— 1836 : Writer. 1838 : Under 
the Principal Collector of Tanjore. 1839 : Doing Duty as Assis- 
tant to the Principal Collector at Tanjore 'and at Trichinopoly, and 
Assistant to the Principal Collector at Tinnevelly. 1840 : Register 
of the Zillah Court of Cuddapah. 1841 : Acting Head Assistant 
to Collector and Magistrate, Trichinopoly. 1843 '- Assistant to 
Principal Collector and Magistrate, Cuddapah. 1844: Extra 
Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, Chingleput. 1845 : Acting 
Head Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, Chingleput ; Acting 
Sub-Judge of the Zillah of Combaconum ; Acting Sub-Collector 
and Joint Magistrate, North Arcot. 1849 : Acting Sub-Judge, 
Salem. 1850 : Head Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, 
Chingleput. 1 85 1 : Sub-Judge, afterwards Acting Civil and Ses- 
sions Judge, Salem. 1853: Proceeded to Eurojje on fiirlough. 
1856 : Acting Civil and Sessions Judge, Rajahmundry. 1857 : 
Acting Collector and Magistrate, Guntoor. 1858 : Sub-Judge, 
Bellary, and Acting Civil and Sessions Judge, Madura. 1859 : 
Givil and Sessions Judge, Madura, 1864 : On medical leave to 



MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS, 37 

Uuropc for 19 monih^^. 1867: ResigncfJ the service, 2']th May. 
{Annuitant.) 

COURT, jSIathew. — 1769 : Writer. 1776: Factor. 1768: 
Junior Merchant. 1780: Senior Merchant. No trace after 
1^82. 

COURT, David.— 1797 : "Writer. 1799: Assistant in the Office 
of the Secretary to the Board of Trade. 1800 : Assistant under 
the Collector in the Jaghire. 1802 : Eegister to the Judge of the 
Zillah of Chingleput. Die^J, 12th July 1804, at the Mount. 

COXE, Edward. — 1796: Writer. 1798: Assistant in the 
MiHtary, Political, and Secret Departments ; Acting Dutch Trans- 
lator ; Assistant under the Commercial Resident at the Presidency. 
1800 : Deputy Commercial Resident at the Presidency. 1802 : 
Deputy to the Superintendent of the Quality of Investment. 
1806 : Assistant to the Superintendent of the Salt Monopoly. 
1 8 10: Commercial Resident at Masulipatam. 1813 : Out of 
employ. 18 14: Commercial Resident at Ramnad. Died, I'jth 
July 18 18, at Fort St. George. 

CRAia, Hew Alexander.— 1771 : Writer. 1776: Factor. 
1780: Junior Merchant. 1782: Senior Merchant. 1791 : Chief 
of Cuddalore. 1795 : Out of the service. 

CRAIG, Alexander Cobham.— 1794 : Writer. 1797 : Assistant 
under the Secretary in the Public, Revenue, and Commercial De- 
partments. 1798: Assistant under the Commercial Resident at 
Amboyna. 1799: Deputy Commercial Resident at Banda. No 
trace after 1800. 

CRAUFORD, Qqintin.— 1761 : Writer. 1776: Senior Mer- 
chant. 1780: Member of Council. 1782: At home. 1790: 
Out of the service. 

CRAWFORD, Henry. — 1763 : Writer. 1776: Senior Mer- 
chant. 1 791 : Senior Merchant and Manager of the HavalHes 
under Yizagapatam. 1792 : Chief of Ganjam. 1795 : At home. 
1800 : Out of the service. 

CRAWFORD, Daniel.— 1789: Writer. 1 790 : Assistant under 
the Accountant. 1791 : Assistant under the Collector of Ongole 
and Pahiaud. 1792 : Assistant under the Accountant to the 
Board of Revenue. 1793: Assistant to the Superintendent of 
the Noozeed Zemindary. 1794: Assistant under the ]\IiHtary 
Paymaster-General. 1796 : At home. 1801 : Returned to India; 
Agent for Public Property at Tranquebar. 1802 : Secretary to the 
Board of Trade. 1803 : CoUector of the Zillah of Guntoor and of 



38 MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 

Palnaud. 1805 : Acting Zillali Judge of Gmitoor. 1806 : Judge 
of the Zillali of Eajahmundry. 1807 : Judge and Magistrate of 
the Zillah of Guntoor. 1808 : At home. Lost in the ship ^^ Ladij 
Jane Dundas" 14th March 1809. 

CRAWFORD, Stewart.— 1824: Writer. 1826: Assistant to 
the Principal Collector and Magistrate of the Southern Division 
of Arcot. . 1827 : Kegister of the Zillah of Chingleput. 1828 : 
Assistant to the Accountant-General. 1830 : Head Assistant to 
the Accountant-General. 1832: Acting Deputy Accountant- 
General, afterwards Deputy Accountant-General and Commercial 
Accountant and Auditor. 1835 : Superintendent of the Govern- 
ment Lotteries. 1837: DejDuty Accountant-General. 1840: 
Accountant-General. 1843 • ^^^ of employ. 1848 : Secretary to 
the College Board. iZ ^2 i Proceeded on furlough. 1853: Resigned 
the service, i^th Jidi/, in India. {Annuitant on the Fund, 1853.) 
Died, ^th June 1876, in England. 

CRAWLEY, Ambrose.— 181 2 : Writer. 181 7 : Assistant to 
the Collector of Chingleput. 1820 : Head Assistant to the Col- 
lector and Magistrate of Chingleput. 1826 : Sub-Collector and 
Assistant Magistrate of Salem. 1830 : Collector and Magistrate 
of Eajahmundry. 1835 : Judge and Criminal Judge of Chicacole. 
1837 : At home on absentee allowance. 1840 : Resigned the service, 
1st December. (Annuitant on the Fund, 1841.) Died, in 1849, at 
Chepstow. 

CROZIER, Francis Henry.- 1831 : Writer. 1833 : Assistant 
to Collector, Yizagapatam. 1834 : Assistant to Collector and 
Magistrate, Vizagapatam. 1835 : Acting Head Assistant to 
Collector and Magistrate, Masulipatam. 1837 : Head Assistant to 
Collector and INIagistrate, Ganjam. 1838 : Head Assistant to 
Register of the Sudder and Foujdarry Adawlut ; Proceeded to 
Europe on furlough. 1841 : Acting Sub-Collector and Magistrate, 
and Acting Register to Zillah Court of Malabar. 1842 : Sub-Col- 
lector and Joint Magistrate, Malabar. 1846 : Proceeded to Europe. 
1848 : Acting Deputy Secretary to Government. 1849 : Special 
Agent for the Management of the Yizianagram Zemindary, and to 
exercise within the Zemindary the Powers of Assistant to the 
Agent of the Governor of Madras in the Departments of Criminal 
Justice and Police. 1853 : Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate, 
Tanjore ; Civil and Sessions Judge, Xellore. 1859: On medical 
leave to England for 33 months, 1861 : Resigned the service, 14th 
November, in England, {Annuitant.) 



MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 39 



CRUTTENDEN, Edward Holden. — 1806: Writer; Assistant 
to the Principal Collector of the Southern Division of Arcot. 
1809 : Kegister of the Zillah of Trichinopoly. 1820 : Judge and 
Criminal Judge of the Zillah of Trichinopoly. Died, 2,0th March 
1822, at NeiJiiherry Hills. 

CUMING, William.— 1 760 : Writer. 1 768 : Junior Merchant. 
1771 : Senior Merchant. 1782 : Out of the service. 

CUNINGHAME, Alexander.— 179 1 : Writer; Assistant under 
the Secretary in the PuhUc and Kevenue Department. 1792 : 
Assistant to Resident at IMaddepollam. 1796 ; Commercial Resi- 
dent at Maddepollam. 1797 : Commissary and Paymaster at 
Ambopia and Patna. Died, yl April 1797. 

CUNLIFFE, Ellis W.— 1806 : Writer. 1808 : Assistant to the 
Register, afterwards Fixed Register in the Sudder and Eoujdarry 
Adawlut. 1810 : Eirst Assistant to the Register in the Sudder and 
Eoujdarry Adawlut. 1811 : Deputy Register in the Sudder and 
Eoujdarry Adawlut. iSi^: At Jiome. 181 7: Out of the service. 

CUNLIFFE, Brooke, Sen.— 1808 : Writer. 1809 : Assistant to 
the Secretary in the Revenue and Judicial Department. 18 10: 
Eixed Examiner in the Revenue and Judicial Department. 1811 : 
Assistant to the CoUector of Salem. 181 2 : Head Assistant to the 
Collector of Salem. 1 8 1 4 : Register of the Zillah of Yerdachellum. 
1 821: Sub-Collector and Assistant Magistrate of the Southern 
Division of Arcot. 1825 : Collector and Magistrate of Chingleput. 
1826 : Prmcipal Collector and Magistrate of the Southern Division 
of Arcot. 1832 : At home on absentee allowance. {Retired on the 
Annuity Fund from igth May 1835.) 

CUNLIFFE, Brooke, Jmi.— 1833 : Writer. 1835 : Assistant 
to Principal Collector and Magistrate, South Ai'cot. 1836 : Assis- 
tant to Collector and Magistrate, Gimtoor ; Acting Assistant to the 
Principal Collector and Magistrate, South Arcot. 1839 : Acting 
Head Assistant to the Principal Collector and Magistrate at Salem, 
and afterwards in South Arcot. 1841 : Assistant, and subsequently 
Head Assistant to Principal Collector and Magistrate, South Ai'cot. 
1842: Deputy Secretary to Government. 1844: Commissioner 
for Government Lotteries. 1845 : Proceeded to Europe on furlough. 

1849 : Acting Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate, Coimbatore. 

1850 : At first Acting, then Sub-Secretary to the Board of Revenue. 
1853 : Acting Secretary to the Board of Revenue. 1854 : Acting 
Secretary to the Board of Revenue; Acting Tamil Translator 
to Government; Member of the Board of Examiners. 1855: 



40 MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. ' 

Secretary to the Revenue Board, and Acting Collector, Madras. 
1856: Collector, Madras; Member of the Board of Examiners. 
i860 : Collector of the United Districts of Madras and Chingle- 
put, and Magistrate of Chingleput. 1863 : Resigned the service, 
14th May. {Annuitant.) 

CUNLIFFE, Foster.— 1845 : Writer; Died, I'jth November, 
at Semnderahad. 

DACRE, Joseph. — 1802 : Writer. 1803 : Assistant to the 
Collector of Tanjore. 1804 : Out of employ. 1805 : Register 
imder the Judge of the Zillah of Dindigul. 1 806 : Register under 
the Judge of the Zillah of Madura. 1808 : Acting Register of the 
Southern Circuit Court ; Register of the Provincial Court,' Centre 
Division. 1816 : Assistant Judge at Chittoor. 1818 : Judge and 
Criminal Judge of Chittoor. 1826 : Third Judge of the Provincial 
Court, Centre Division. Died, 22d Fehruary 1828, at Chittoor. 

DALLAS, David. — 18 19 : Writer. 1822 : At home. 1827 : 
Old of the service. 

DALRYMPLE, Alexander. — 1775: Member of Council. 
1777 : At home, {Recalled by order of the General Court of Pro- 
prietors, gth May.) 1782 : Out of the service. 

DALZELL, John Allen. — 181 1 : Writer. 1815 : Register of 
the Zillah of Guntoor. 1816 : Register of the Zillah of Bellary. 
1819 : At home. 1821 : Returned to India; Assistant to the 
Secretary in the Civil Department, and to the Secretary in the 
Military Department. 1822 : Postmaster-General. 1824 : Secre- 
tary to the Native Pension Fund. 1828 : Principal Collector and 
Magistrate of Cuddapah. 1831 : At home on absentee alloivance. 
{Retired on the Annuity Fund in 1839.) 

DANCE, Charles Whitworth Allen. — 1839: Writer. Died, 
nth February 1840, at Cuddalore. 

DANIEL, James. — 1761 : Writer. 1768: Factor. 1771 : 
Junior Merchant and Paymaster of the Circars. 1774: Senior 
Merchant. 1776 : Senior Merchant and Paymaster at Madura. 
1782: Member of Council. 1790: Out of the service. 

DANIEL, Thomas.— 1797 : Writer. 1798: Assistant in the 
Public, Commercial, and Revenue Department. 1799: Assistant 
under the Collector of jNIannargoody. 1800 : Assistant in the 
Public and Commercial Department. 1801 : Deputy Secretary to 
the Board of Trade. 1803 : Commercial Agent at Ceylon. 1808 : 
At home. 181 1 : Returned to India : Commissioner at Tranquebar. 
1815 : Outofem/ploy. 181 7 : Police Magistrate and Commissioner 



MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 4t 

for Recovery of Small Delits. 1820 : vSccretary to the Board of 
Trade. 1822 : Superintendent of Government Lotteries. 1824 : 
Secretary to the Marine Board, and Deputy Warehouse-keeper. 
1826 : Third Commissioner for the Recovery of Small Debts, and 
Police Magistrate. 1827 : Joint Officiating Magistrate on the 
Beach. 1830 : Commercial Superintendent and "Warehouse- 
keeper, &c. 1831 : Out of employ. 1832 : Acting Cashier to 
the Government Bank; Acting Collector of Madras. 1833: 
Additional Government Commissioner for Carnatic Claims. 1835 : 
At home on absentee aUoivance. {Retired on the Anmiity Fund 
from 1st May 1837.) 

DANIELL, MuERAY Pattison.— 1832 : Writer. 1833 : Assis- 
tant under the Principal Collector of South Arcot. 1834 : Assistant 
to the Principal Collector and Magistrate of Coimbatore. 1837 : 
Acting Register of the Zillah of Cuddapah ; Acting Head Assistant 
to the Collector and Magistrate of Masulipatam. 1838 : Acting 
Head Assistant to the Principal Collector and Magistrate of Coim- 
batore. 1840 : Head Assistant to Collector and Magistrate of 
Coimbatore. 1843 : Head Assistant to Collector and Magistrate 
of Chingleput. 1845 : Proceeded on furlough. 1848 : Returned 
to India. Died, 24th February 1849, at Madras. 

DANIELL, Lindsay.— 1835 : Writer. 1838 : Assistant to the 
Principal Collector and Magistrate of Nellore. 1841 : Register of 
the Zillah Court, Nellore. 1844 : Extra Assistant to Collector and 
Magistrate, South Division of Arcot. 1845 : Head Extra Assis- 
tant to Collector and ]\Iagistrate, South Division of jNIasulipatam. 
1847 : Head Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, South Division 
of Masulipatam. 1848 : Sub-Collector and Joint ]\Iagistrate, Bel- 
lary. 1855 : Agent to the Governor, Kurnool. Died, ^th March 
1856, cd Kurnool. 

D AR VALL, Roger. — 1772: Writer. 1776: Writer and Assis- 
tant at Masulipatam. 1778: Factor. 1780: Junior Merchant. 
1790 : Senior Merchant and Paymaster of the Sibbendies at 
Masulipatam. 1795 : Collector of the Xorthern Division of the 
Jaghire. 1800 : At home. 1804 : Returned to India. 1806 : 
Second Member of the Board of Trade. 1808: At home. 1810 : 
Out of the service. 

DASHWOOD, Robert.— 178 1 : Writer. 1790: Junior Mer- 
chant, and Third in Council at Cuddalore. 1792: Assistant at 
Cuddalore. 1795 : Commercial Resident in the Salem Country. 
1800 : Out of the service. 



42 MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 

DAVIDSON, John. — 1753 : Writer. 1768 : Senior Merchant, 
and Second in Council at Vizagapatam. 1776 : Out of the service. 

DAVIDSON, Alexander. — 1760: Writer. 1768: Junior 
Merchant. 177 1 : Senior Merchant, and Second in Council at 
Cuddalore. 1776 : Senior Merchant, and Second in Council at 
Masulipatam. 1782 : Member of Council of the Governor. 1791 : 
Chief of Yizagapatam. Died i?i 1791. 

DAVIDSON, Egbert. — 1827 : Writer. 1831 : Second Assis- 
tant to the Principal Collector and Magistrate of Nellore. 1833 : 
Head Assistant to the Collector of Ganjam. 1834 : Head Assis- 
tant to the Collector and Magistrate of Masulipatam. 1836 : Acting 
Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate of Madura. 1837 : Acting 
Assistant Judge and Joint Criminal Judge of Rajahmundry. 
1838 : Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate of Madura. Diedy 
20th October 1841, at Madura. 

DAVIDSON, Thomas Hardwick. — 183 1 : Writer. 1833: 
Acting Assistant, afterwards Head Assistant to the Register 
of the Sudder and Foujdarry Adawlut. 1836 : Commissioner for 
Drawing Lotteries. 1838 : Senior Deputy Register of the Sudder 
and Foujdarry Adawlut, and Commissioner for Drawing Govern- 
ment Lotteries. 1839 : Acting Register of the Sudder and Fouj- 
darry Adawlut. 1840 : Senior Deputy Register of the Court of 
Sudder and Foujdarry Adawlut. 1842 : Proceeded on furlough. 
1845: Returned to India. 1846: Out of emijloy. 1847: Member 
of College Eoard, and Tamil Translator to Government. 1848 : 
Register of the Sudder Dewannee and Sudder Foujdarry Adawlut, 
Member of the College Board, and Tamil Translator to Govern- 
ment. 1850: Subordinate Judge, Combaconum. Died^ nth May 
1852, at Salem. 

DAVIS, William Done. — 1815 : Writer. 1818 : Second Assis- 
tant to the Collector and Magistrate of the Southern Division of 
Arcot. 1822 : Head Assistant to the Collector and Magistrate of 
Salem. 1826 : Sub-Collector and Assistant Magistrate of the 
Northern Division of Arcot. 1828 : Sub-Collector and Assistant 
Magistrate of the Southern Division of Arcot. 1832 : Acting 
Collector and Magistrate of Chingieput ; afterwards Collector and 
Magistrate of Chingieput. 1833 : Third Judge of the Provincial 
Court, Centre Division. 1837 : Third Judge of the Provincial 
Court of Appeal and Circuit for the Centre Division. 1842 : Out 
of emxjloy, 1844 : Collector and Magistrate, Southern Division of 
Arcot. 1850 : Proceeded on furlough. 1853 : Resigned the service^ 



MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 43 

i^^ Maij, in India. [Annuitant on the Fundy 1853.) Died^ I'jth 
November 1865, in England. 

DAVISON, William.— 181 7 : Writer. 1828: Out of the 
service. 

DAWES, Henry. — 1779: Writer. 1790: Senior Merchant. 
Died in 1790. 

DAWSON, George. — 1751 : Writer. 1768 : Member of Coimcil 
of the Governor. 1771 : Member of Council of the Governor 
and Chief of Cuddalore. 1776: At home. 1778: Out of the 
service. 

DAY, Charles. — 1807 : Transferred from the BencooJeji Estab- 
lishment. 1^11'. At home. 1816 : Out of the service. 

DAYKELL, Francis B. V. — 1796 : Writer. 1798 : Assistant 
under the Secretary to the Board of Eevenue. 1803 : Kegister to 
the Adawlut in the Zillah of Masulipatam. Died^ 26th August 
1805, at Madras. 

DE MIERRE, Ferdinand. — 18 12 : Writer. 1817 : Second 
Assistant to the Collector and Magistrate of Bellary. 1818 : Head 
Assistant to the Collector and Assistant to the Magistrate of 
Cuddapah. '1819 : Employed in the late Peishwah's Dominions. 
Died, 21st March 182 1. 

DENT, Cotton Bowerbank. — 1763: Writer. 1768: Factor. 
1771 : Jimior Merchant. 1774: Senior Merchant. 1791 : Senior 
Merchant and Civil Storekeeper. 1792 : Senior Merchant and 
Civil Storekeeper; Member of the Board of Trade. 1795 : Senior 
Merchant and Civil Storekeeper ; Senior Member of the Board of 
Trade. 1804 : At home. 1806 : I71 India. 1808 : Paymaster 
and Garrison Storekeeper at Vellore. Died, nth August 18 17, at 
Vellore. 

DENT, John. — 18 12 : Writer. 1815 : Second Assistant to the 
Collector of Malabar. 1816 : Assistant to the Collector of Sea 
Customs. 1820 : Malayalum Translator to Government ; Secretary 
to the Mint Committee. 182 1 : Deputy Collector of Government 
Sea Customs at Madras. 1824 : Secretary to the Board of Trade. 
1827 : Collector and Magistrate of Masulipatam and in Charge of 
the Treasury there. 183 1 : Principal Collector and Magistrate of 
the Southern Division of Arcot. 1838 : First Member of the 
Board of Eevenue. 1842 : First Member of the Board of Eevenue ; 
Commissioner in Southern Division of Arcot. 1843 : Member of 
the Board of Eevenue, and appointed Provisional Member of 
Council. Died, I'jth January 1845, at Calcutta. 



44 MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 

DESCHAMPS, John.— -S'ee Chamier. 

DESVCEUX, Charles.— 1763: Writer. 1768: Factor. 1771 : 
Junior Merchant. 1774: Senior Merchant. 1776: Senior Mer- 
chant, and Third in Council at Masuhpatam. 1778 : At home. 
1790 : Out of the service. 

DICK, MuNGO. — 1 77 1 : Writer. 1776 : Factor and Assistant 
at MaddepoUam. 1780: Junior Merchant. 1782: Senior Mer- 
chant. 1791 : Senior Merchant and Kesident at MaddepoUam. 
1795: Commercial Eesident at Yiziigapatam. 1800: Member of 
the Board of Trade. 1801 : Member of Council of the Governor. 
1803 : Superintendent of Investments, and to have a Seat at the 
Board of Trade. 1809: At home. 1813 : Out of the service. 

DICKENSON, Henry. — 1806 : AVriter. 1810 : Assistant to 
the Eegister of the Provincial Court, Centre Division ; Assistant 
to the Eegister of the Provincial Court of Chittoor. 1813 : Eegis- 
ter of the Zillah of Verdachellum ; Eegister of the Zillah of 
Chittoor. 181 6 : Eegister of the Provincial Court, Centre 
Division. 1819: At home. 182 1 : Returned to India; Secre- 
tary in the Public Department. 1823 : Judge and Criminal Judge 
of the Zillah of Nellore. 1826 : Collector and Magistrate of 
Trichinopoly. 1828 : Principal Collector and Magistrate of 
Canara. 1831 : Second Judge of the Provincial Court, Southern 
Division. 1836 : Acting First Judge of the Provincial Court, 
Southern Division. 1838 : First Judge of the Provincial Court, 
Southern Division. 1839 : Acting Puisne Judge of the Sudder 
and Foujdarry Adawlut. 1840 : First Judge of the Provincial 
Court of Appeal and Circuit for the Southern Division ; Third 
Puisne Judge of the Court of Sudder Dewannee and Sudder Fouj- 
darry Adawlut. 1842 : Second Puisne Judge of the Court of 
Sudder Dewannee and Sudder Foujdarry Adawlut ; afterwards 
First Puisne Judge of the Court of Sudder Dewannee and Sudder 
Foujdarry Adawlut. 1845 • ^i^-'^^ Puisne Judge of the Court of 
Sudder Dewannee and Sudder Foujdarry Adawlut, and appointed 
Provisional Member of Council 1846 : Member of Council, and 
Chief Judge of the Sudder Dewannee and Sudder Foujdarry 
Adawlut. 1850 : Resigned the service, 16th Fehruary. {Annui- 
tant on the Fund, 1850.) Died, 2gth Novemher 1859. 

DIGBY, Kenelm. — 1772: Writer. 1778: Factor. 1780: 
Junior Merchant. No trace after 1780. 

DIGrHTON, EicHARD.— 1771 : Writer. 1776 : Factor. 1780: 
Junior Merchant. 1782 : Senior Merchant. 1791 : Senior Mer- 



MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 45 



chant, and one of the Collectors of the Jaghire Revenue. 1792 : 
Collector in the [N'ellore District. 1795 : At home. 1799 : Out 
of the service. 

DILLON, Richard.— 1 781 : Writer. 1783: Assistant to the 
Secretary to the Select Committee. 1784 : Assistant to the Secre- 
tary at Yizagapatam. 1787 : Assistant to the Secretary at Ingeram. 
1789 : Muster-]\Iaster of the Troops in the Itchapore and Chicacole 
Districts. 1794: Assistant to the Commercial Resident; at Yiza- 
gapatam. 1796 : Deputy Commercial Resident at Masulipatam, 
and in Charge of the Factory of Maddepollam. 1800 : Com- 
mercial Resident at Maddepollam. 1S06 : At home. 181 1 : Out 
of the service. 

* DOBBYN, AViLLiAM Augustus.— 1767 : AVriter. 1774 : Factor 
and Assistant at Madura. 1776 : Jimior Merchant and Assistant 
at Masulipatam. 1778: Senior Merchant. 1791 : In Council at 
Masulipatam, and Salt Farmer there. No trace after 1791. 

DODWELL, "William.— 1797 : Writer. 1798: Assistant in 
the Military, Political, and Secret Department. i799 ^ Assistant 
under the Resident at Mysore. 1801 : Head Assistant under the 
Collector in the Jaghire. 1802 : Assistant to the Resident at 
Mysore. 1804 : Assistant to the Secretary to the Board of Trade 
and to the Superintendent of the Quality of Investments. 1806 : 
At home. 1808 : Returned to India; Deputy Commercial Resi- 
dent at Maddepollam. 1810 : Commercial Resident at Madde- 
pollam. 18 13 : Commercial Resident at Maddepollam and Masuli- 
patam. 1818 : Commercial Resident at Yizagapatam. 1820:^^ 
home. {Annuitant on the Fund in 1824.) 

DOLBEN, George.— 1752 : Writer. 1768: Senior Merchant, 
and First in Council at Ingeram. 177 1 : Out of the service. 

DOUGLAS, Robert.— 1800 : Writer. 1802 : Assistant to the 
Secretary in the Public and Commercial Department; Deputy 
Commercial Resident at Tinnevelly. 1808 : Commercial Resident 
at Ingeram. 181 1: Commercial Resident at Tinnevelly. Died, 
17th September 1814, at Tuticorin. 

DOUGLAS, William.— 1 824 : AYriter. 1827:^/ home on absentee 
allowance. 1828 : Returned to India, per '' Fairlie:' 1829 : Senior 
Assistant to the Register of the Sudder Court. 1830 : Senior 
Deputy Register to the Sudder and Foujdarry Adawlut. 1832 : 
At home. 1833: Returned to India; Actmg Senior Deputy 
Register of the Sudder and Foujdarry Adawlut. 1834: Addi- 
tional Government Commissioner for Carnatic Claims. 1835 : 



46 MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 

Register of the Sudder and Foujdarry Adawlut. 1843 • Ji-^dge 
and Criminal Judge, Madura. 1844 : Civil and Sessions Judge, 
Tinnevelly. 1853 : Civil Auditor and Superintendent of Stamps ; 
Resigned the service, ist July, in India. (Annuitant on the Fund, 

1853.) 

DOWDESWELL, William.— 1826 : Writer. 1829: At home 
on absentee allowance. 1831 : Reiurned to India, ^er '•^ Minerva ;^^ 
Head Assistant to the Collector, Guntoor. 1832 : Head Assistant 
to the Collector, Chingleput. 1833 : Acting Register of the 
Zillah Court of Chingleput. 1834: Register of the Zillah Court 
of Chingleput ; Acting Sub-Collector and Joint ^lagistrate, Nellore. 
1835 : Acting Assistant Judge and Joint Criminal Judge, Rajah- 
mundry. 1836 : Register of the Zillah Court of Madura ; Acting 
Register of the Zillah Court of Nellore ; Acting Assistant Judge 
and Joint Criminal Judge, Gmitoor ; Register to the Provincial 
Court for the Centre Division. 1837 : Acting Assistant Judge 
and Joint Criminal Judge, afterwards Assistant Judge and Joint 
Criminal Judge, subsequently Acting Judge and Joint Criminal 
Judge, Rajahmundry ; Acting Judge and Joint Criminal Judge, 
Chingleput. 1838 : Assistant Judge and Joint Criminal Judge, 
Chicacole. 1839 : Acting Judge and Joint Criminal Judge, Rajah- 
mundry. 1840 : Assistant Judge and Joint Criminal Judge, 
Madura. 1841 : Acting Judge and Criminal Judge, Nellore. 
1843 : Proceeded to Europe on furlough. 1845 : Acting Civil 
and Sessions Judge, Coimbatore ; Acting Civil and Sessions Judge, 
Madura; Civil and Sessions Judge, Masulipatam. 1846: Com- 
missioner for the IS'orthern Division. 1854 : Civil and Sessions 
Judge, Chingleput ; Absent on medical certificate, i860 : Collector 
and Magistrate, Trichinopoly ; Absent on mediccd certificate for 
21 months. 1861 : Resigned the service, Decejnber, in England. 
{Annuitant.) Died, 12th December 1870. 

DOWSETT, Robert.— 1754: Writer. 1768: Senior Mer- 
chant, and Second in Council at Cuddalore. 1776 : Out of the 
service. 

DRAKE, Dawsonne. — 1742 : AVriter. 1768 : Member of the 
Council of the Governor. 1771 : Out of the service. 

DRAKE, Francis Henry. — 1777 : Writer. 1782 : Factor. 
1790: Senior Merchant ; At hoine. 1795: Out of the service. 

DROZ, Benjamin. — 1813 : Writer. 1817 : Second Assistant to 
the Collector and Magistrate of the ISTorthern Division of Arcot. 
1818 : Acting Register of the Zillah of Vizagapatam. 1820 : Out 



MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 47 

of emxjloy ; Head Assistant to the Collector and Magistrate of 
Gimtoor. Died^ jfh May 182 1, at Guntoor, 

DRUMMOND, Andrew J. — 1807 : Writer. 1808 : Assistant 
to the Chief Secretary in the Secret, Political, and Foreign Depart- 
ment ; Assistant under the Collector of Coimbatore. 1813 : Out 
of employ. 1814 : Head Assistant to the Collector of Tinnevelly. 
181 7 : Deputy Commercial Eesident at Ranniad. 1819 : Out of 
employ. 1823: Assistant to the Collector of Madras; Deputy 
Collector of Madras, and Superintendent of the Custody and Issue 
of Stationery. 1828 : Judge and Criminal Judge of Bellary. 
1S29 : Out of employ. Died, ist May 1834, at Cuddalore. 

DRURY, George Dominico. — 1812: Writer. 1815 : Head 
Assistant to the Collector of Madura. 1816 : Assistant Magistrate 
of Madura. 1823 : Sub-Collector and Assistant Magistrate of 
Salem. 1826 : Sub-Collector and Assistant Magistrate, Southern 
Division of Arcot. 1828 : Collector and Magistrate of Tinnevelly. 
1832: Commissioner for the Government of Mysore; Acting 
Member of the Board of Revenue ; Principal Collector and Magis- 
trate of Coimbatore. 1842 : Second Member of the Board of 
Revenue. 1843: Chief Secretary to Government. 1845 • Member 
of the Board of Revenue. 1847 : I'ii'st Member of the Board 
of Revenue. 1850: Resiyned the service, 1st July, in India. 
{Annuitant on the Fund, 1850.) Died, ^th August 1870. 

DUFF, William. — 1 767: Writer. 1774: Factor and Assistant 
at Maddepollam. 1776: Junior Merchant and Factor and Assistant 
at Maddepollam. 1778: Senior Merchant. 1790: Out of the 
service. 

DUMERGUE, Henry Francis.— 1824: Writer. 1827: At 
home on absentee allowance. 1828 : Returned to India per " Wel- 
lington." 1829: Register of the Zillah of Madura; Assistant to 
the Collector of Sea Customs at Madras. 183 1 : Cashier to the 
Government Bank. 1835 : Assistant Judge of the Adawlut in the 
Zillah of Canara. 1837 : Acting Judge and Criminal Judge of 
Malabar and Canara. 1838 : Acting Judge and Criminal Judge 
of Canara. 1839 : Assistant Judge of the Zillah of Canara. 
Died at sea, Sth April 1840, on hoard ^^ Reliance.''^ 

DUMERGUE, Charles. — 1829 : Writer. 1832 : Second Assis- 
tant to the Collector of Chingleput ; Head Assistant to the Collec- 
tor of Guntoor. 1833 : Head Assistant to the Collector and 
Magistrate of Rajahmundry. Died at sea, 22d May 1837. 

DUMERGUE, George Penrice. — 1832: Writer. 1834: Assistant 



48 MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 

to the Principal Collector and Magistrate of North Arcot. 1836 : 
Acting Second Assistant to the Accountant-General ; Assistant to 
the Principal Collector and Magistrate of Canara. 1837 : Com- 
missioner for Drawing Government Lotteries. '1838 : Second 
Assistant to the Accountant-General. Died, January 1839, "^ 
the Ca]De of Good Hope. 

DUND AS, William.— 1778: "Writer. 1782: At 1 tome. No 
trace after 1782. 

DU PR]6, JosiAS. — 1768: Appointed Member of the Council 
of the Governor. 1771 : Became Governor of the Presidency. 
Retired hefore 1774. 

BUTTON, John. — 1770: "Writer. 1776: Factor. Died, Sth 
November 1776. 

DYNELEY, Thomas.— 1763 : Writer. 1768: Factor. 1771 : 
Junior Merchant. 1774: Senior Merchant and Assistant at 
Ganjam. 1776: Senior Merchant and Third in Council at Ganjam. 
1 780 : Out of the service. 

EDEN, Henry. — 1764: Writer. No trace after 1768. 

EDEN, Robert. — 1819 : Writer. 1823 : Employed under the 
Commissioner in the Deccan. 1826 : At home on absentee allow- 
ance. 1830: Returned to India, jjer ^^ Duke of Roxburgh;'' 
Canarese Translator to Government; Sheriff of Madras. 1831 : 
Collector and Magistrate of Ganjam. 1832 : Collector and Magis- 
trate of Tinnevelly; Acting Principal Collector and Magistrate, 
afterwards Principal Collector and Magistrate of ^N'orthern Arcot. 
1837 : Principal Collector and Magistrate of Tinnevelly. 1841 : 
Out of employ. 1842 : Proceeded on furlough. 1843 : Resigned 
the service, 20th Septemher, in England. {Annuitant on the Fund, 
1847.) Died, 2yl Apjril 1879, in England. 

ELLIOTT, Hon. John E. — 1805 : Writer. 1806 : Removed 
to the Bengcd Establishment, 2;^d July. 

ELLIOTT, Hugh Maximilian. — 18 14: Writer. 1816: Re- 
signed, ist April, in India. 

ELLIOTT, Daniel. — 181 7 : Writer. 18 19: Register of the 
Zillah of Chingleput. 1821: Register of the Provincial Court, 
Centre Division. 1822 : Deputy Tamil Translator to Government. 
1823: Junior Deputy Secretary to the Board of Revenue, and 
Mahratti Translator to Government. 1826: Mahratti Translator 
to the Tanjore Commissioners. 1827 : Secretary to the Board of 
Revenue. 1832 : Member of the Board for the College and for 
Public Instruction ; Acting Member of the Board of Revenue ; 



MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 49 

Register to the Sudder and Foiijdarry Adawlut; Temporary 
Member of the Board of Revenue. 1833 : Mahratti Translator to 
Government. 1836 : Third Member of the Board of Revenue. 
1837 : Second Member of the Board of Revenue. 1838 : Member 
of the Indian Law Commission, Calcutta. 1839: Mahratti 
Translator to Government ; Second Member of the Board of 
Revenue; Member of the College Board; Member of the Indian 
Law Commission. 1847 : Member of the Indian Law Commission, 
and Provisional Member of Council. 1848 : Member of Council, 
and President of the Revenue, Marine, and College Boards. 1855 : 
Member of the Legislative Council of India. 1858 : Proceeded on 
furhufih ; Resigned ihe service^ ist May, in India, {Annuitant on 
the Fund, 1859.) 

ELLIOTT, AValter. — 18 2 1 : Writer. 1824: Employed under the 
Commissioner in the Deccan. 1833 : At home. 1837 : Returned 
to India ; Private Secretary to the Governor ; Canarese Translator 
to Government; Member of the College Board; Acting Persian 
Translator to Government; and Third Member of the Board of 
Revenue. 1844: Third Member of the Board of Revenue; 
Member of the College Board and Mint Committee ; and Canarese 
Translator to Government. 1848 : Second Member of Board of 
Revenue, Member of College Board, and Canarese Translator to 
Government. 1851 : First Member of Board of Revenue. 1855 : 
Member of Council and President of the Revenue and Marine 
Boards. 1856 : Proceeded on furlough. 1857 : Returned to India ; 
Member of Council, and President of the Revenue and Marine 
Boards. 1859 : Resigned the service, 2'jth December, in India. 
{Annuitant on the Fund, i860.) Knight Commander of the Star 
of India, 2^th Mag 1866. 

ELLIOT, William. — 1828 : Writer. 1831 : Assistant to 
Secretary in Revenue Department. 1832 : Commissioner for 
Government Lotteries, and Acting Canarese Translator. 1833 : 
Acting Head Assistant to Principal Collector and Magistrate, 
Nellore ; Assistant and Acting Head Assistant to Principal Col- 
lector and Magistrate, North Arcot ; Acting Register to the 
Zillah Court, and Acting First Assistant to the Principal 
Collector, of Nellore. 1834 : Head Assistant to Principal Col- 
lector and Magistrate, Salem. 1837 : Acting Sub-Collector and 
Joint Magistrate, Salem. 1838 : Acting Sub-Collector and Joint 
Magistrate at Nellore ; Acting Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate 
at Salem ; and Acting Judge and Criminal Judge, Madura. 1840 : 



50 MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 



Acting Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate, Salem. 1841 : Sub- 
Collector and Joint Magistrate, Madura. 1842 : Acting Judge 
and Criminal Judge, Madura. 1847 : Acting Collector and Magis- 
trate, Tricliinopoly. 1849 : Civil and Sessions Judge, Cuddapah.' 
i860 : Civil and Sessions Judge, Tinnevelly ; {Proceeded to Europe 
on medical certificate.) 1861 : Civil and Sessions Judge, Honore. 
1862 : Civil and Sessions Judge, Cuddapah, and at Guntoor. 
1865 : Resigned the service, 24th January. {Annuitant) Died, 
igth March 1872. 

ELLIS, Francis W. — 1796: Writer. 1798: Assistant under 
the Secretary to the Board of Ee venue. 1801 : Deputy Secretary 
to the Board of Eevenue. 1802 : Secretary to tlie Board of 
Eevenue. 1806 : Judge and Magistrate of the Zillah of Masu- 
lipatam. 1809 : Collector of Land Customs. 1810 : Collector of 
Madras. Died, loth March iSig, at Ramnad. 

ELLIS, Charles John Egbert. — 1801 : Writer. 1802 : Assis- 
tant to the Secretary in the Eevenue and Judicial Department ; 
Assistant to the Collector of Dindigul. 1803 : Assistant to the 
Collector of the Northern Division of Arcot. 1807 : Assistant to 
the Eegister of the Court of Appeal and Circuit,;Northern Division. 
181 1 : Eegister to the Provincial Court, Northern Division. 181 6 : 
Judge and Criminal Judge of the Zillah of Canara. 1819 : Sus- 
pended. 1820 : At home. 1822 : Dismissed the service, 4th 
December. 

ELLIS, George Henry. — 1839 : AVriter. 1841 : Assistant to 
Chief Secretary to Government, and Assistant to Collector and 
Magistrate, South Arcot. 1842 : Acting Head Assistant to Col- 
lector and Magistrate, Trichinopoly. 1843 : Head Assistant to 
Collector and Magistrate, Trichinopoly. 1 844 : Head Assistant 
to Collector and Magistrate, Tanjore. 1847 : Acting Sub-Collector 
and Joint Magistrate, Tanjore. 1850 : Acting Sub-Judge, Madura. 
J851 : Proceeded to Europe on furlough. 1854 : Acting Collector 
and Magistrate, Chingleput ; Additional Sub-Collector and Joint 
Magistrate, Canara ; Sub-Judge, Mangalore ; and Acting Civil and 
Sessions Judge, Combaconum. 1855 : Eegister to the Court of 
Sudder and Foujdarry Adawlut. 1857 : Acting Civil and Sessions 
Judge, Cuddalore. 1859: Civil and Sessions Judge, Cuddalore. 
1863 : Collector of Sea Customs, Madras. 1866 : Acting Judge 
of the High Court of Judicature, Madras. 1867 : Acting Com- 
missioner for Inquiring into the Debts of Prince Azeem Jah 
Bahadoor; also Acting Judge of the High Court. 1869 : Acting 



MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS, 51 

Civil and Sessions Judge, Coimbatore, and Acting Collector and 
Magistrate and Agent to the Governor in Ganjam. 1870 : Civil 
and Sessions Judge, Cuddalore, and at Coimbatore. 1873 : District 
and Sessions Judge, Coimbatore. 1874 : Resigned the service, 
i^fh August. [Annuitant.) 

ELTON, Frederick Bayard. — 1830: Writer. 1832: Eegister 
of the Zillah of Bellary. 1838 : At home on absentee alloivance. 
1840: Returned to India. 1841: Out of ernxAoy. 1844 : Special 
Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, Tinnevelly. 1845 • Sub- 
Collector and Joint Magistrate, Tinnevelly. 1850 : Proceeded 
on furlough. 1853 : Returned to India. 1854 : Collector and 
■\ragistrate, K'ellore. i860: Proceeded on furlough; Resigned 
the service, ^oth April, in India. {Annuitant on the Fund, i860.) 
Died, 4th October 1878, in Ejigland. 

ERSKINE, John. — 1779: Writer. 1790: Senior Merchant. 
1792 : Senior Merchant and Collector in the Ongole and Pahiaud 
Districts. Died in 1793. 

FALCONER, Alexander. — 1789: Writer. 1790: Assistant 
under the Secretary in the Public and Revenue DejDartment, and 
Deputy Persian Translator. 1792 : Examiner and Head Assistant 
to the Secretary in the Public, Commercial, and Revenue Depart- 
ment. 1794 : Gentoo Translator to the Board of Revenue, Deputy 
Secretary in the Public, Commercial, and Revenue Department, and 
Persian Translator to Government. 1800 : Junior Member of 
the Board of Revenue. 1803 : Second Member of the Board 
of Revenue. ■?_ 1806: Senior Member of the Board of Revenue. 
1809 : Acting Chief Secretary to Government. 181 1 : Out of the 
service. 

FALLOFIELD, Ernest William. — 1767: Writer. 1774: 
Factor and Assistant at Cuddalore. 1776 : Junior Merchant, 
and Fifth in Council at Cuddalore. 1778 : Senior Merchant. 
1791 : Resident at ^N'agore. 1792 ; Collector at Tanjore. 1793 ' 
Member of Council of the Governor. 1800 : Member of Council 
of the Governor, and President of the Board of Trade. 1806 : 
President of the Court of Judicature at Pondicherry, and Collector 
of Revenues there and of Cuddalore. 1807 : Senior Member of 
the Board of Revenue. 1808 : Third Member of the Board of 
Revenue. 1809 : Third Member of the Board of Revenue, and 
Acting Judge of Court of Judicature, Pondicherry. 1810 : With- 
Old employ. Died, ^th June 18 16, at Pondicherry. 



52 MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 



FANE, Edward George Egbert. — 1839 : Writer. 1840 : 
Assistant to Collector and INIagistrate, Tinnevelly. 1842 : Acting 
Head Assistant to Principal Collector and Magistrate, Madura. 
1843 : Head Assistant to Principal Collector and Magistrate, 
Madura. 1845 : Senior Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, 
and Agent to the Governor, in Vizagapatam. 1846 : Acting Prin- 
cipal Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, and Agent to the 
Governor, in Vizagapatam. 1850 : Acting Sub-Collector and Joint 
Magistrate, Eajahmundry. 1851 : Acting, afterwards Principal 
Assistant to the Collector and ^lagistrate, and Agent to the 
Governor, in Vizagapatam. 1855 : Proceeded to England. 1858 : 
Without emxjloy for 6 months. 1859 : Acting Postmaster-General ; 
Collector and Magistrate, and Agent to the Governor, in Vizaga- 
patam. 1862 : O71 medical leave for 15 months, extended to 24. 
months. 1864: Collector and Magistrate of the Madras District. 
1866 : Acting Member of the Board of Eevenue. 1867 : On 6 
months^ special leave to Europe. 1868 : On medical leave to the 
Cape of Good Hope. 1869 : Acting Third Member of the Board 
of Eevenue. 1870: Collector and Magistrate, Madras District; 
Resigned the service, 20th March. {Annuitant.) 

FARQUHAR, Sir Egbert Tgwnsend, Bart. — 1793: Writer. 

1796 : Assistant under the Accountant to the Board of Eevenue. 

1797 : Assistant under the Eesident at Amboyna and Banda, and 
Dutch Translator to the Expedition under Admiral Eamier. 1 798 : 
Deputy Commercial Eesident at Amboyna and Banda, and Dutch 
Interpreter; afterwards Commercial Eesident at Amboyna and 
Banda. 1802 : Out of employ. 1804 : Lieutenant-Governor of 
Prince of Wales' Island. 1806: At home. 1810 : Returned to 
India; Employed on the Expedition to Bourbon; Appointed 
Governor of the Mauritius, Bourbon, and its Dependencies. 1823 : 
At home. 1826 : Elected a Director of the East India Company, 
ist March. Died, 16th March 1830, in London. 

FARQUHAR, M. W. T.— 1857 : Writer, i860: Proceeded 
on furlough. 1861 : Resigned the service, 2 2d May, in Eng- 
land. 

FEATHERSTONE, Henry.— 18 18 : Writer. 1820 : Assistant 
to the Collector and Magistrate of Chingleput. 1822 : Assistant 
to the Collector and Magistrate of Trichinopoly. 1824 : Eegister 
of the Zillah of Combaconum. 1826 : Head Assistant to the 
Accountant-General. Died, on his passage to England, yl July 
1826, on board the "Barossa" 



MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 53 

FIRTH, Gideon. — 1766: Writer. 177 1 : Factor. 1774: 
Junior Merchant. 1780 : Senior Merchant. No trace after 
1780. 

FISHER, William. — 1836 : Writer. 1838 : Assistant to Prin- 
cipal Collector and Magistrate, iSTorth Arcot. 1839 : Acting Head 
Assistant to Principal Collector and Magistrate, Bellary. 1842 : 
Head Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, Bellary. 1844 : Act- 
ing Sub-Judge of the Zillah of Bellary. 1845 : Proceeded to 
Europe. 1848: Acting Sub- Judge of the Zillah of Chittoor ; 
Acting Head Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, North Arcot ; 
Acting Head Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, Canara. 1849 : 
Head Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, and Acting Additional 
Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate, Canara. 1851 : Acting Sub- 
Judge, Mangalore. 1852: Sub- Judge, Combaconum. 1854: At 
first Additional, and subsequently Sub-Collector and Joint Magis- 
trate, Canara. 1855 : Acting Collector and Magistrate, Canara. 
1856: Collector and Magistrate, Canara. 1859: Collector and 
Magistrate, South Canara. i860 : Collector and Magistrate, North 
Canara. 1862: Kesident of Travancore and Cochin. 1864: 
liesigned the service, 4th April. {Annuitant.) 

FITZHUGH, Valentine. — 17 74 -.Writer. 1782 : Factor. No 
trace after 1782. 

FLOYER, Charles (ist). — 1754: Writer. 1771 ^ Senior 
Merchant. 1776: Member of the Council of the Governor. 1777: 
Recalled hy order of the General Court of Proprietors, gth May, and 
suspended. 1782 : Appointed Chief of the Guntoor Circars. No 
trace after 1782. 

FLOYER, Charles (2d). — 1 781 : Writer. 1782: Assistant to the 
Secretary to the Select Committee. 1783 : Clerk to the Com- 
mittee of Stores ; Assistant to the Committee of Circuit. 1786 : 
Paymaster at Samalcottah. 1790 : Collector in the Southern 
Division of Arcot. 1793 : Out of employ. Died, 1st May 1794. 

FORBES, MiCHiE. — 1796: Writer. 1799: Assistant in the 
Public, Commercial, and Kevenue Department. 1800 : Assistant 
to the Accountant in the Commercial and Kevenue Department ; 
Assistant under the Collector of the Polygar Peishcush. 1802 : 
Deputy Revenue Accountant. 1804 : On leave to Bombay on 
2rrivcde affairs. 1813 : At home. 1815 : Out of tJie service. 

FORBES, Sir John, Bart. — 1802 : Writer. 1804 : Assistant 
to the Secretary in the Revenue and Judicial Department. 1805 : 
Assistant under the Collector of i!?ellore and Ongole. i8o6 : 



54 MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 

Kegisterof the Zillali of the Southern Division of Arcot. 1813 : 
Assistant Judge at Salem. 1818 : Judge and Criminal Judge 
of South Malabar. 1823 : Judge and Criminal Judge of the 
Zillah of Combaconum. 1824: At home. {Annuitaiit on the 
Fund from 1st January, 1827.) 

FORBES, Charles Henry. — 1827 : Writer. 1830 : Second 
Assistant to the Principal Collector and Magistrate of Madura. 
183 1 : At home. 1837 : Out of the service. 

FORBES, Henry. — 1830: Writer. 1832: Doing Duty in Sec- 
retary's Office, Revenue and Judicial Department. 1833 : Assis- 
tant to the Principal Collector, Coimbatore. 1835 : Acting Head 
Assistant to the Principal Collector, Coimbatore ; Acting Head 
Assistant and afterwards Assistant to the Principal Collector, 
Tanjore. 1839: Acting Sub - Collector and Joint Magistrate, 
Tinnevelly and Tanjore. 1840: Sub-Collector and Joint Magis- 
trate, Tanjore. 1842 : Proceeded to Europe on furlough. 1845 : 
Acting Civil and Sessions Judge, Chingleput; Officiating Civil 
and Sessions Judge, Masulipatam ; Sub-Collector and Joint 
Magistrate, Raj ahmundry. 1850: Commissioner to Inquire into 
the Post Office System of the Presidency. 185 1 : Collector and 
Magistrate, Cuddapah. 1853 : Acting Collector and Magistrate, 
afterwards Resident, at Tanjore. 1856: Acting Member of the 
Board of Revenue. 1857 : Acting Secretary to Government in 
Revenue and Public Works Department. 1858: Member of the 
Legislative Coimcil of India. 1862 : Resigned the service, 10th 
May. {Annuitant.) 

FORBES, Alexander Penrose.— 1837: Writer. 1838: Assis- 
tant to the Collector and Magistrate of Rajahmundry. 1839: 
Acting Head Assistant to the Sudder and Foujdarry Adawlut. 
1840 : Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, Rajahmundry; Pro- 
reeded on furlough. 1844: Resigned the service, ph June, in 
England. 

FORBES, Gordon Sullivan. — 1838: Writer. 1839: Assistant 
to Principal Collector and Magistrate, Guntoor. 1840: Acting 
Head Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, Guntoor. 1841 : 
Register of the Zillah Court of Combaconum. 1843 : Extra Assis- 
tant to Collector and Magistrate, Tinnevelly. 1844 : Acting Head 
Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, Canara. 1845 : Acting 
Assistant Judge of the Zillah of Mangalore. 1846 : Acting Head 
Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, Canara. 1847 • Head 
Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, Canara. 1 849 : Proceeded 



MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 55 

to Europe on furlough. 1852 : Acting Deputy Collector of Sea 
Customs, Madras ; Acting Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate, 
jNIalabar ; Additional Acting Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate, 
South Arcot. 1854: Acting Sub-Collector and Joint Magis- 
trate, South Arcot. 1855 : Acting Secretary to Board of Kevenuc; 
Sub-Collector and Magistrate, South Arcot, and at Nellore. 1856 : 
Secretary to the Board of Ee venue ; Oil rnedical leave to Euroj^e 
for 15 months. 1858 : Collector and Magistrate, and Agent to the 
Governor of ^Madras, in Ganjam. 1864 : On special leave, extended 
to 12 months' medical leave to Europe. 1 867 : Third Member of the 
Board of Revenue ; Member of the Committee for the Examination 
of Assistants. 1869 : Additional Member of the Governor-General 
of India in Council; Second Member of the Board of Revenue ; and 
Acting Commissioner for the Uncovenanted Civil Service Exami- 
nation. 1870: First Member of Board of Revenue, and Addi- 
tional Member of Legislative Council of India. 1873 ; Resigned 
the service, 13//^ December. {Annuitant.) 

FORSTER, Geokge. — 1770: Writer. 1776: Factor. 1778: 
Junior Merchant. 1782: Senior Merchant. 1790: In Bengal, 
ivhdre he died. 

FORSYTH, William Alexander.— 1826 : Writer. 1829: 
Assistant to the Principal Collector of Coinibatore. 1830 : Head 
Assistant to the Collector of Guntoor. 1831 : Register of the 
Zillah of Malabar. 1835 : Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate of 
Kellore; Acting Assistant Judge of Malabar. 1836: Acting 
Assistant Judge and Joint Criminal Judge of Salem. 1837 : Sub- 
Collector and Joint Magistrate of Canara; Re-appointed Acting 
Assistant Judge and Joint Criminal Judge of Salem ; Assistant 
Judge and Joint Criminal Judge of ^ladura ; Acting Assistant 
Judge and Joint Criminal Judge of Salem. 1838: At home on 
absentee allowance. 1841 : Returned to India. 1842 : Sub-Col- 
lector and Joint Magistrate of Canara. 1845 : Civil and Sessions 
Judge, Tellicherry. 1852 : Civil and Sessions Judge, Salem. 
1854: Civil and Sessions Judge, I^ellore; Resigned the service, 1st 
May, in India. (An7iuitant on the Fund, 1854.) Died, 24th 
October 1867, in London. 

FOSTER, Henry. — 1781 : Writer. No trace after 1782. 

ERASER, Thomas. — 1794: Writer. 1797: Assistant under 
the Secretary in the Public, Revenue, and Commercial Department. 
1799: Accountant and Civil Auditor at Ceylon. 1802: Out of 
employ. 1803 : Head Assistant to the Collector of Government 



56 MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS, 

Customs; Deputy Accountant-General. 1806: Collector of the 
Zillah of Masulipatam. 1809 : Accountant-General, and Account- 
ant to the Supreme Court of Judicature ; Collector of Nellore^ 
Died, 1st September 1823, at Machos. 

FRASER, William A. — 1806: Writer; Assistant under the 
Collector of Nellore and Ongole. 1810: At liome. 1813 : Re- 
turned to India; Head Assistant to the Collector of Malabar. 
1815 : Deputy Commercial Resident at MaddepoUam and Masuli- 
patam. 1823: Out of the service. 

FRASER, James. — 1821 : Writer. 1824: Assistant to the 
Principal Collector of the Southern Division of Arcot. 1826 : At 
home on absentee aUoioance. 1828 : Returned to India, per " Wel- 
lington." 1829: Additional Sub-Collector of Cuddapah. 1830: 
Sub-Collector of Ganjam. 1835 : At home. Died, 22d July 
1835, at Lymington. 

FRASER, James Burnett. — 1828 : Writer. 1830 : Head 
Assistant to the Collector of Ganjam. 1832 : Commissioner for 
Drawing Government Lotteries ; Acting Deputy Telugoo Translator 
to Government. Died, 31^^ October 1832, at Madras. 

FREEMAN, Charles. — 177 1 : AVriter. 1776: Factor and 
Assistant at Ingeram. 1780: Junior Merchant. 1782: Senior 
Merchant. I'jgi : At home. 1792: Out of the service. 

FREESE, Arthur. — 1821 : Writer. 1824: Employed under 
the Commissioner in the Deccan. 1826 : Second Assistant to the 
Principal Collector in the Southern Mahratta Country. 1827 : 
Third Assistant to the Principal Collector in the Southern Mahratta 
Dooab. 1828 : Additional Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate 
of Cuddapah. 1829 : Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate of 
Cuddapah. 1832 : At home on absentee alloivance. 1835 : Re- 
turned to India, per ^^ Asia;" Collector and Magistrate of Vizaga- 
patam. 1837 : Acting Judge and Criminal Judge of Chicacole. 

1838 : Judge and Criminal Judge of Chicacole ; Acting Collector 
and Magistrate, afterwards Collector and Magistrate of Chingleput. 

1839 : Judge and Criminal Judge, Chicacole ; Collector and Magis- 
trate of Chingleput. 185 1 : Collector and Magistrate, Cuddapah. 
1852 : Resigned the service, ^oth June, in India. {Annuitant on 
the Fund, 1851.) Died, yl Jaiiuary 1882, in England. 

FRENCH, William. — 1814 : Writer. 181 7 : Second Assistant 
to the Collector at Madura. 1820 : Head Assistant to the Col- 
lector and I^Iagistrate of the Southern Division of Arcot. Died, 
1st April 1823, at Guddalore, 



MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 57 

FRERE, Hatley. — 1829 : Writer. 1832 : At home on absentee 
aUoicance. 1836 : Assistant and Acting Head Assistant to Prin- 
cipal Collector and Magistrate, Malabar ; Acting Head Assistant, 
afterwards Head Assistant to Principal Collector and Magistrate, 
Coimbatore. 1837 : Officiating Assistant Judge and Joint Criminal 
Judge, Salem. 1838 : Acting Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate, 
Coimbatore ; Acting Assistant Judge and Joint Criminal Judge, 
Salem. 1839 : Acting Sub-Secretary to the Board of Kevenue. 
1840 : Assistant Judge and Joint Criminal Judge, Salem. 1843 : 
Sub-Judge, Salem. 1849 * Acting Civil and Sessions Judge, 
Tinnevelly. 185 1 : Civil and Sessions Judge, Tellicherry. 1859 : 
Officiating Judge of the Court of Sudder and Foujdarry Adawlut. 
i860 : Puisne Judge of the Court of Sudder and Foujdarry 
Adawlut. 1862 : Judge of the High Court of Judicature at 
Madras. 1866: Resigned the service, T^oth January. {Annuitant.) 

FROUD, Edward. — 1764: Writer. 1771 : Factor. 1774: 
Junior Merchant. 1776 : Senior Merchant and Paymaster at 
Vellore. No trace after 1780. 

FULLERTON, Robert. — 1789 : Writer. 1790 : Assistant under 
the Military Secretary. 1791 : Assistant at Masulipatam. 1797 : 
Assistant under the Commercial Resident at the Presidency. 1798: 
Deputy Commercial Resident at Ingeram. 1802 : Commercial 
Resident at Ingeram. 1805 : General Agent for Managing the 
Monopoly and Sale of Salt. 1806 : Third Judge of the Provincial 
Court, Xorthern Division. 1809 : Third Member of the Board of 
Trade, and General Superintendent of Investments. 1 8 1 2 : Super- 
intendent of Government Lotteries. 1814 : Second Member of 
Council, and President of the Board of Trade. Died in 1830. 

FULLERTON, James. — 1794: Writer. 1797: Assistant under 
the Secretary in the Military, Secret, and Political Department. 

1799 ; Assistant under the Commercial Resident at Maddepollam. 

1800 : Deputy Commercial Resident at Maddepollam. Died, 2^th 
October 1808, at Maddepollam. 

FULLERTON, Charles. — 1804: Writer. 1805: Assistant 
under the Collector of the Zillah of Rajahmundry. 1807 : Register 
of the Zillah of Cuddapah. 1809 : Register of the Zillah of 
Masulipatam. 1 8 1 5 : Assistant Judge of the Zillah of Madura ; 
Assistant Judge of the Zillah of Chittoor. 1816 : Judge and 
Criminal Judge of the Zillah of Chingleput. Died, Tjth September 
1824, at Madras. 

FULLERTON, AYilliam Elphinstone. — 181 7 : Writer. 1820 : 



58 MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 

At home. 1824 : Returned to India ; Assistant to the Secretary to 
the Board of Revenue. 1826: Out of employ. 1827 : Employed 
under the Penang Government. 1831 : At home on absentee 
allowance. 1835 : Out of the service. 

FULLERTON, George F. — 1843 : Writer. 1846 : Assistant 
to Collector and Magistrate, Chingleput. 1852 : Head Assistant 
to Collector and Magistrate, Chingleput. 1855 : Proceeded on 
furlough. 1857 : Returnedlto India. 1858 : Subordinate Judge, 
Mangalore. 1859 : Deputy Register of Court of Sudder and Fouj- 
darry Adawlut. Died, ^th July 1861, in London. 

GAHAGAN, Frederick. — 1796: Writer. 1798: Assistant 
in the Public Revenue and Commercial Department ; Assis- 
tant imder the Commercial Resident at the Presidency. 1799: 
Assistant imder the Governor of Ceylon. 1801 : Head Assistant 
in the Revenue and Judicial Department. 1802 : Deputy Post- 
master-General. 1803 : Subordinate Collector in the Ceded 
Districts. 1807 : Collector of the Zillah of Bellary. 1809 : 
Secretary in the Revenue and Judicial Department ; French 
Translator to Government. 1810 : Superintendent of Stamps. 
181 2 : Third Judge of the Provincial Court, Centre Division. 
Died, igth May 181 5, at Nell ore. 

GAHAGAN, Thomas. — 1804: AYriter. 1806 : Assistant under 
the Secretary in the Revenue and Judicial Department. 1808 : 
Assistant to the Register of the Zillah of Mangalore ; Fixed 
Examiner under the Secretary to the Board of Revenue. 1809 : 
Deputy Secretary to the Board of Revenue. 181 2 : Head 
Assistant to the Collector of Malabar. 1813 : Register of 
the Zillah of Canara. 1815 : Register of the Zillah of Masuli- 
patam. 1 8 1 6 : Register to the Provincial Court, Northern Division. 
1817 : Head Assistant to the Collector and Assistant Magistrate 
of Chingleput. 1820 : Judge and Criminal Judge of the Zillah of 
jSellpre. 1823 : At home. 1828 : Returned to India ; Judge and 
Criminal Judge of Malabar. 1830 : Second Judge of the Pro- 
vincial Court, Centre Division, Died, 2W1 Novemher 1833, cd 
Chittoor. 

GAMBIER, Cornish. — 1779: Writer. 1790: Senior Mer- 
chant. 1795 : Senior Merchant, and Collector at Muglatore. No 
trace after 1799. 

GARDINER, Robert. — 1767 : AVriter. 1771 : Assistant at 
Yizagapatam. 1774 : Factor and Assistant at Yizagapatam. 1776 : 
Junior Merchant and Assistant, Yizagapatam. 1778 : Senior Mer- 



MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 59 

chant. 1790: At home. 1795: Chief of Masulipatam. 1800: 
At heme. 1801 : Out of the service. 

GARDINER, Henry. — 181 1 : Writer. 1814 : Register and 
Assistant Collector of the Zillah of Seringapatam. 1821 : At home. 
1826: Returned to India; Acting Collector and Magistrate of 
Rajahmimdry ; Acting Collector and Magistrate of Vizagapatam. 
1833 : At home. {Annuitant on the Fund from 1st January 1836.) 

GARDINER, Richard. — 1824 : Writer. 1827 : Assistant to the 
Principal Collector and Magistrate of Tanjore. 1828 : Head Assis- 
tant to the Principal Collector and Magistrate of Xorth Arcot. 
1829 : Head Assistant to the Principal Collector and Magistrate 
of Salem. 1832 : Acting Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate, 
afterwards Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate of South Arcot. 
1835 : At home on absent alloioance. 1840 : Absent from India 
five years. 

GARRATT, Robert Sudlow.— 1840 : Writer. 1843: Assis- 
tant to Principal Collector and Magistrate, Malabar. 1845 : Assis- 
tant to Principal Collector and Magistrate, Canara. 1846 : Assis- 
tant to Principal Collector and Magistrate, Tanjore. 1847; 
Head Assistant to Principal Collector and Magistrate, Tanjore. 
1848 : Proceeded on furlough. 1850 : Returned to India. 1851 : 
Proceeded on furlough ; Resigned the service^ yl September, in 
Frngland. 

GARROW, Edward. — 1769: Writer. 1771* Assistant at 
Cuddalore. 1774: Factor and Assistant at Cuddalore. 1778: 
Junior Merchant. 1780: Senior Merchant. 1792: Senior Mer- 
chant, and Paymaster and Storekeeper at Trichinopoly. 1795 : 
At home. 1799 : Out of the service. 

GARROW, Joseph. — 1779 : Writer. 1790 : Senior Merchant. 
Died in 1791. 

GARROW, George. — 1794: Writer. 1797: Assistant under 
the Secretary in the Public, Revenue, and Commercial Depart- 
ment. 1798: Assistant in the Revenue and Commercial Depart- 
ment at Ceylon. 1799 : Out of employ ; DeputySecretary to the 
Board of Revenue. 1800 : Superintendent of the Company's 
Land in Black Town. 1801 : Secretary to the Board of Revenue. 
1802 : Collector in the Division of Arcot south of the River 
Palar. iSot, : Out of employ. iSo^ : At home. iSoj : Retimied 
to India; Acting Superintendent of PoKce. 1808: Collector of 
Trichinopoly. 1809 : Accountant-General, and Accountant-General 
to the Supreme Court. 1827 : Judge and Criminal Judge of 



6o MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 

Combaconum. 1829 : First Judge of the Provincial Court, 
]S"orthem Division. 1832 : First Judge of the Provincial Court, 
Southern Division. 1836 : Acting Civil Auditor and Superinten- 
dent of Stamps. Died, 4th August 1838, at Trichinopoly. 

GARROW, William. — 1796: "Writer. 1799: Assistant under 
the Pulolic, Commercial, and Revenue Department. 1800 : Assis- 
tant to the Sea Customer, and Collector of Government Customs ; 
Deputy Secretary to the Board of Trade. 1801 : Head Assistant 
under the Collector of Dindigul. 1803 : Collector of Coimbatore. 
1805 : Principal Collector of Coimbatore. Died, I'jth July 1815, 
at Fort St George. 

GIBBES, George S.— 1830 : Writer. Died, i6th July 1833, 
at Kamptee. 

GLASS, Edward Binnet. — 1822: Writer. 1823: At liome. 
1826 : Returned to India ; Acting Head Assistant to the Collector 
and Magistrate of Masulipatam. 1828 : Head Assistant to the 
Collector and Magistrate of Bellary. 1831 : Sub-Collector and 
Joint Magistrate of Bellary. 1832 : Assistant Judge and Joint 
Criminal Judge of Salem. 1833 : At liome. 1835 : Returned to 
India. 1836 : Acting Judge and Criminal Judge of Comba- 
conum ; Acting Judge and Criminal Judge of Cuddapah ; Acting 
Collector and Magistrate of Guntoor. 1837 : Assistant Judge and 
Joint Criminal Judge of Guntoor; Acting Judge and Criminal Judge 
of Madura. 1838: Acting Assistant Judge and Joint Criminal 
Judge of Chingleput ; Acting Assistant Judge and Joint Criminal 
Judge of Chicacole; Judge and Criminal Judge of Chicacole. 
1840: Judge and Criminal Judge, Vizagapatam. 1842: Third 
Judge of the Provincial Court of Appeal, Xorthern Division. 
1844 : Civil and Sessions Judge, Chicacole. 1859 : Proceeded on 
furlough; Returned to India the same year ; Civil and Sessions 
Judge, Chicacole. i860 : Resigned the service in India. {Annuitant 
on the Fund, i860.) Died, ijth December 1872. 

GLEIG, Jonathan Duncan. — 181 2 : Writer. 1819 : Head 
Assistant to the Collector and Magistrate of Cuddapah ; (At home.) 
1822 : Returned to India. 1823 : Register at Salem. 1824 : Sub- 
Collector and Assistant Magistrate of Madura ; {At home.) 1826 : 
Returned to India ; Sub-Collector of Madura. 1828: Sub-Collector 
and Magistrate of Madura. 1829 : At home on absentee allowance. 
1832 : Returned to India; Acting Judge and Criminal Judge of 
Chittoor. 1833 : Collector and Magistrate of Masulipatam, and 
in Charge of the Treasury there. 1835 : Principal Collector and 



MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 61 

Magistrate of Cuddapah. 1838 : Principal Collector and Magis- 
trate of Salem. 1844: Resigned the service, yl December, in India. 
{Ammitant on the Fund, 1845.) Died, 20th January 1852. 

GODDARD, Walter. — 1762: Writer. 1768: Factor and 
Assistant at Masiilipatam. IVo trace after 1771. 

GOLDIE, John Henry. — 1839 ' Writer. 1841 : Assistant to 
Principal Collector and Magistrate, Coimbatore. 1843: Acting 
Head Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, Malabar. 1844 : 
Acting Head Assistant to Register of the Court of Sudder and 
Foujdarry Adawliit ; Acting Head Assistant to Principal Collector 
and Magistrate, Coimbatore. 1845 : Head Assistant to Collector 
and Magistrate, Bellary ; (Proceeded to Eiiro]je on furlough). 1848 : 
Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, IS'orth Arcot ; Acting Head 
Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, Rajalimundry. 1849 : 
Acting Sub- Judge, Rajalimundry. 1850 : Head Assistant to 
Collector and Magistrate, Cuddapah ; Head Assistant to Collector 
and Magistrate, Rajahmunclry ; Acting Sub-Collector and Magis- 
trate, North Arcot. 1852 : Acting Sub- Judge, Chittoor. 1853 : 
Sub-Judge, Chittoor. 1857 : Acting Civil and Sessions Judge, 
Chittoor. 1858 : Acting Civil and Sessions Judge, Bellary. 
1861 : Civil and Sessions Judge, Tinnevelly. 1863 : On medical 
leave to Europe for 18 months. 1865 : Resigned the service, i^th 
Se2}temher. {Annuitant.) 

GOLDINGHAM, John.— 1820 : Writer. 182 1 : Assistant to 
the Collector and Magistrate of ISTellore. 1825 : Assistant to the 
Secretary to the Board of Revenue. 1826 : Deputy Tamil Trans- 
lator to Government ; Officiating Junior Deputy Secretary to the 
Board of Revenue. 1827 : Junior Deputy Secretary to the Board 
of Revenue. 1828 : Sub- Collector and Joint Magistrate of Tan- 
jore. 1832 : At home on absentee allowance. 1835 : Returned to 
India; Acting Judge and Criminal Judge of Salem. 1836: 
Acting Collector and Magistrate of Masulipatam. 1837 : Acting 
Judge and Criminal Judge of Nellore ; Assistant Judge and Joint 
Criminal Judge of Chingleput ; Acting Collector and Magistrate 
of Guntoor. 1838 : Collector and Magistrate of Guntoor. 1843 • 
Collector and Magistrate of Northern Division, Arcot. 1849 : 
Third Member of the Board of Revenue. 185 1 : Second Member 
of the Board of Revenue. 1852 : Second Member of the Board 
of Revenue, and Member of the College Board. 1855 : First 
Member of the Board of Revenue, i860 : Resigned the service in 
Marchy in India. {Annuitant on the Fund^ i860,) 



62 MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS, 

GOMONDE, Edwakd Thomas.— 1806 : Writer. 1807 : Assis- 
tant to the Secretary in the Kevenue and Judicial Department. 
1809 : Assistant to the Collector of Bellary. 181 2 : Student at 
the College of Fort St. George ; Eegister of Seringapatam. Died^ 
16th Decemher 18 13, at Seringapatam. 

GOODLAD, William Martin.— 1762 : Writer. 1768 : Factor. 
1771 : Junior Merchant. No trace after 1771. 

GOODWYN, Thomas W.— 1831 : Writer. 1832 : Second 
Assistant to the Principal Collector of Tanjore. 1833 : Register 
of the Zillah of Madura. 1834 : Register of the Zillah of Rajali- 
mundry. 1835 : Acting Assistant to the Principal Collector of 
Madura, 1837 : Head Assistant to the Principal Collector and 
Magistrate of Madura, and Acting Head Assistant to the Principal 
Collector and Magistrate of Malabar ; Officiating Judge and Joint 
Criminal Judge of Malabar. 1838 : Acting Head Assistant to the 
Principal Collector and Magistrate of Malabar; Acting Sub- 
Collector and Joint Magistrate of Malabar. 1839: Head Assis- 
tant to the Principal Collector and Magistrate of Madura. 1841 : 
Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate of Madura. 1842 : Proceeded 
on furlough, 1845 '- Returned to India; Assistant Judge, Calicut. 
1846: Subordinate Judge, Calicut. 185 1 : Sub-Collector and 
Joint Magistrate, Tanjore. 1854 : Civil and Sessions Judge, Salem. 
1855 : Proceeded on furlough. 1856 : Returned to India. 1857 : 
Civil and Sessions Judge, Salem. 1859 : Proceeded on furlough. 
1861 : Resig7ied the service in England. {Annuitant on the Fund^ 
1861.) 

GORDON, William. — 1778: Writer. 1790: Senior Merchant 
and Assistant, Vizagapatam. 1795 : Senior Merchant and Assis- 
tant, Ganjam. 1800: Paymaster and Garrison Storekeeper at 
Masulipatam. 1803 : First Judge of the Court of Circuit and 
Appeal for the Centre Division. 1806 : At home. 1809 : Out of 
the service. 

GORDON, William Hesse. — 1791 : Writer; Assistant under 
the Secretary to the Board of Revenue. 1792: Under Searcher 
at the Sea Gate. 1796: At home. 1797: Returned to India. 
1799 : Paymaster and Garrison Storekeeper at Seringapatam. 
1806: At home. 1809: Returned to India. 18 10: At home. 
Died, 2,^th June 1813, m England. 

GORDON, William Colin. — 1 816: Writer. Died, Wi Februai^ 
1820, at Coimhatore. 

GORDON, James Richard. — 1847 : Writer. 1849 : Assistant 



MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 63 

io Collector and Magistrate, Coimbatore. 1851 : Assistant to 
Collector and Magistrate, Trichinopoly. 1854 : Assistant to 
Collector and Magistrate, Guntoor. 1855 : Head Assistant to 
Collector and Magistrate, Guntoor. Died, ^tU December 1857, at 
Velio re. 

GOSLING, George Robert. — 1818 : Writer. 1820: Assistant 
to the Collector and Magistrate of Eellary. 1821 : Acting Head 
Assistant to the Collector and Magistrate of Bellary. Died, 20th 
December 1825, at Anantapore. 

GOSTLING, Charles Philip. — 1848 : Writer. 1851 : Assis- 
tant to Collector and Magistrate, Rajahmundry. 1854 : Assistant 
to Collector and Magistrate, Chingieput. 1855 : Head Assistant 
to Collector and Magistrate, Chingieput ; Third Assistant to 
Accountant-General. 1857 : Proceeded on furlowjli. Died, 1st 
April 1857, at Exeter. 

GO WAN, George. — 1796: Writer. 1798: Assistant under 
the Secretary in the Public, Revenue, and Commercial Depart- 
ment. 1800 ; Assistant under the Secretary in the Military, 
Political, and Secret Department ; Assistant Collector of Canara. 
1804 : Register in the Northern Division of Arcot. 1805 : Subor- 
dinate Collector of Canara. 1808: At home. 18 14: Returned 
to India; Judge and Magistrate of the Zillah of A'erdachellum. 
182 1 : Second Judge of the Provincial Court, Southern Division. 
1823 : Second Puisne Judge of the Sudder and Foujdarry Adawlut. 
1826: At home. 1827: Out of the service. 

GR.ffiME, Henry Sulivan. — 1796: Writer. 1798: Second 
Assistant under the Collector of the Polygar Peishcush. 1799 : 
Head Assistant under the Collector of the Polygar Peishcush. 
1800 : Subordinate Collector in the Ceded Districts. 1803 ; Col- 
lector in the Southern Division of Coimbatore. 1804 : Collector 
in the Northern Division of Arcot. 1818 : Third Judge of the 
Provincial Court, Southern Division. 1820 : Third Judge of the 
Provincial Court, Central Division ; Third Member of the Board 
of Revenue. 182 1 : Second Puisne Judge of the Sudder and 
Foujdarry Adawlut. 1823 : Member of Council and President 
of the Sudder Court and Board of Revenue. 1828 : Vacated 
Council agreeably to the Regulations. 1830 : Resident at Nagpore. 
1834: At home on absentee allowance. {Annuitant on the Fund 
from ist Maij 1837.) 

GRAHAM, David. — 1773 : Writer. 1778 : Factor. 1782 ; 
Junior Merchant. No trace after 1783. 



64 MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS, 



GRAHAM, John.— i8 1 8 : Writer. 1820 : At home. 1825 : 
Out of the service. 

GRANT, Alexander.— 1789 : Writer; Assistant under the 
Secretary in the Secret Department. No trace after 1789. 

GRANT, Francis Alexander.— 1789 : Writer. 1790: Assis- 
tant to the Secretary to the Board of Ke venue. 1791 : Assistant 
under one of the Collectors of Tanjore. 1 793 : Assistant under 
the Resident at Kagpore. 1796: Collector in the Mayavaram 
Districts of the Tanjore Country. 1799: Resident at ISTagpore. 
1801 : At home. 1806 : Returned to India. 1809 : Judge and 
Magistrate of the Zillah of Rajahmundry ; Third Judge of the Pro- 
vincial Court, Southern Division. 1811: Second Judge of the 
Provincial Court, Southern Division. 1821 : Senior Judge of the 
Provincial Court, Southern Division. - 1824: First Puisne Judge 
of the Sudder and Foujdarry Adawlut. {Anmdtant on the Fund 
from 1st May 1832.) 

GRANT, Patrick.— 181 7 : Writer. 1819: Assistant to the 
Secretary to the Board of Revenue'; Register of the Zillah of 
Nellore. 1820 : Assistant to the Collector and Magistrate of the 
Northern Division of Arcot. 1823 : Head Assistant to the Prin- 
cipal Collector and Magistrate of the Southern Division of Arcot. 
1828 : At home on absentee allowance. 1831 : Returned to India. 
1832: Sheriff of Madras. 1833: Judge and Criminal Judge of 
Canara. 1835 : Collector and Magistrate of Gunipor, and Acting 
Collector of Rajahmundry. 1836 : Collector and Magistrate of 
Rajahmundry. 1838: Collector and Magistrate of Masulipatam. 
Died, 2Sth May 1842, at Masulipatam. 

GRANT, Robert. — 181 7: Writer. 1820: Assistant to the 
Collector and Magistrate of Guntoor. 1824: Head Assistant to 
the Collector and Magistrate of Trichinopoly. 1828 : Sub-Collector 
and Joint Magistrate of the Northern Division of Arcot. 1831 : 
At home on absentee allowance. 1834: Returned to India, per 
''Amelia Tho7npson;" Judge and Criminal Judge of Nellore. 
1844: Proceeded on furlough ; Resigned the 'service, 4th June, 
in India. (Annuitant on the Fund, 1844.) Died, ist December 
1870, in England. 

GREENHILL, Joseph.— 178 1 : Writer. 1783: Assistant to 
the Secretary to the Select Committee. 1784: Assistant to the 
Secretary in the Civil Department. 1786: Assistant to the Sec- 
retary in .the Military Department, Deputy Garrison Storekeeper, 
Acting Secretary to the Committee for Revising, Correcting, and 



MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 65 

Re-publishing the Book of Military Regulations, and Surveyor of 
the Company's Grounds. 1787: Assistant to the Board of Trade. 
1788: Under Searcher at the Sea Gate. 1790: Upper Searcher 
at the Sea Gate ; Deputy Sea Customer, and Deputy Controller- 
General. 1791 : Garrison Storekeeper. 1796: Import Ware- 
house-keeper. 1797: Commercial Resident at Ceylon. 1801 : At 
home. 1803: Returned to India; Commercial Resident in the 
Ceded Districts. 1805 : Military Paymaster at the Presidency 
and of Extraordinaries. 1807: Garrison Storekeeper. 181 1: 
Paymaster to the King's Troops. Died, iSth June 181 1, at 
Madras. 

GREENWAY, Edward Croft. — 1796: Writer. 1798: Assis- 
tant under the Secretary in Public, Revenue, and Commercial De- 
partment; Assistant to the Collector in the Jaghire. 1799 : First 
Assistant to the Collector in the Jaghire. i8ot : Collector in the 
Jaghire; Collector of the Pulicat and the District of Setwadoo. 
1803 : Secretary in the Revenue and Judicial Department. 1809: 
Acting Junior Puisne Judge of the Sudder Adawlut, and Sudder 
Foujdarry Adawlut. 181 1: Junior Puisne Judge of the Sudder 
Adawlut and Sudder Foujdarry Adawlut. 1 82 1 : At home. 1826: 
Returned to India; Judge and Criminal Judge of the Zillah of 
Bellary. Died, 2'jth March 1828, at Mangalore. 

GREENWAY, George S.— 1829 : Writer; Assistant to the 
Collector of Trichinopoly. 1 83 1 : Second Assistant, afterwards Head 
Assistant to the Collector and Magistrate of Chingleput. 1832 : 
Junior Deputy Secretary to the Board of Revenue. 1833 : Special 
Assistant to the Collector and Magistrate of Chingleput. 1835: 
Register of the Zillah of Malabar. 1837 : Acting Assistant Judge 
and Joint Criminal Judge of Malabar ; Assistant Judge and Joint 
Criminal Judge of Cochin. 1844: Assistant Judge and Joint 
Criminal Judge of Canara. 1844 : Assistant Judge of Mangalore. 
1 846 : Subordinate Judge of Mangalore. 1 848 : Civil and Sessions 
Judge, Trichinopoly. 1854 : Proceeded on furlough. Died, loth 
March 1857, iri London. 

GREGORY, Arthur William.— 1773 : Writer. 1778 : Factor. 
1782 : Junior Merchant. 1790 : Senior Merchant. 1791 : 
Senior Merchant and Paymaster at Chicacole. 1792: Second 
in Council at Vizagapatam. 1795: Second in Council at Viza- 
gapatam, and Accountant; also Collector of a Division of the 
Vizianagram Zemindary. 1800 : At home. 1802 : Out of the 
service. 



66 MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 



GREGORY, George. — 1793: Writer. 1796: Assistant under 
the Export Warehouse-keeper, and Examiner in the Office of Com- 
mercial Accountant. 1797 : Assistant under the Commercial 
Resident at Ceylon; Deputy Commercial Resident at Ceylon. 
1801 : Acting Commercial Agent at Ceylon. 1803 : Out of employ. 
1806: Judge and Magistrate of the Zillah of Ramnad. 1809: 
Collector of Cuddapah. 1810 : Judge and Magistrate of the Zillah 
of Salem. 181 6 : Judge of the Zillah of Guntoor. 1818 : Judge 
and Criminal Judge of the Zillah of Ganjam. 182 1 : Judge and 
Criminal Judge of the Zillah of Chicacole. 1824 : At home. 
1828 : Out of the service. 

GRENFELL, St. Leger Murray. — 1850: Writer. 1853: 
Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, Chingleput. 1855 : Head 
Assistant to Collector and Magistrate of the Northern Division of 
Arcot. 1856 : Head Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, Tan- 
jore. Died, 22d February i860, at Caddapah. 

GUY, Richard. — 1769: Writer. 1774: Eactor. 1776: 
Assistant at Cuddalore. 1778 : Junior Merchant. 1780: Senior 
Merchant. No trace after 1782. 

GWATKIN, John.— 1806 : Writer; Deputy Secretary to the 
Board of Trade. 1807 : Acting Secretary to the Board of Trade. 
1 8 10: Secretary to the Board of Trade. 1812 : Reporter of 
External Commerce. 18 14: At home. 1815 : Returned to India; 
Secretary to the Board of Trade. 1819 : Superintendent of 
Investments, and in Charge of the Import Warehouse. 1820 : 
Second Member of the Board of Trade. 1823: Export Ware- 
house-keeper. 1824 : Commercial Superintendent and Warehouse- 
keeper. 1830: At home on absentee alloivance. {Annuitant on 
the Fund from 1st May 1832.) 

HADOW, George John. — 1804: Writer. 1807 : Assistant to 
the Chief Secretary in the Secret, Political, and Foreign Depart- 
ment. 1808 : Assistant Collector of Government Sea Customs. 
1 821: Collector of Government Sea Customs. 1830: Resigned 
the service, in May. Died, ^th March iS6g, in EngJand. 

HAIG, James. — 1808 : Writer. 1810 : Assistant to the 
Superintendent of Stamps; Assistant to the Collector in the 
Northern Division. 181 2 : Student at the College of Fort 
St. George ; Register of the Zillah of Salem. 181 6 : Register of 
the Zillah of Tinnevelly. 1822 : Acting Register of the Zillah of 
Combaconum. 1824: Register of the Zillah of Combaconum ; 
Judge and Criminal Judge of Cuddapah. 1832 : Acting Third 



MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 67 



Judge of the Provincial Court, Southern Division ; {At home on 
absentee allowance.) 1834: Returned to India, j^er " Ahherton" 

1836 : Second Judge of Provincial Court, ^N'orthern Division, 
and Acting Second Judge of Provincial Court, Southern Division. 

1837 : Acting First Judge of Provincial Court, Southern Division. 
1840 : First Judge of the Provincial Court of Appeal and Circuit 
for the :N^orthern Division. {Annuitant on the Fund, 1840.) 
Died, 2,1st May 1854, /;i England. 

HAGGARD, John.— 1843 : Writer. 1845: Assistant to 
Collector and Magistrate, Xellore. Died, ^oth June 1849, «^ 
Tranquehar. 

HALIBURTON, David. — 1770: Writer. 1776: Factor. 
1778: Junior Merchant. 1782: Senior Merchant. 1790: 
Senior Merchant, and Paymaster at Chandergherry. 1792 : 
Member of the Board of Kevenue. 1795 '• Member of the Board 
of Revenue and Persian Translator; {At home.) 1800: Out of 
the service. 

HALL, Henry. — 1796: Writer. 1798: Assistant under the 
Secret, Military, and Political Department, Dutch Translator, 
and Deputy Commercial Resident at Banda. Died, 1799, at 
Malacca. 

HALL, Frederick. — 1825 : Writer. 1827 : Assistant to the 
Collector and Magistrate of Madura. 1828: Head Assistant to 
the Collector of Tinnevelly. id>2,o '. At home on abse7itee allowance. 
1832: Returned to India, per '' Claudine.'' Died at sea, iT^th 
May 1834, on hoard the ^' Hero of Maloicn.'^ 

HALL, Arthur. — 1831 : Writer. 1834 : Assistant to Principal 
Collector and Magistrate, Canara. 1836 : Assistant to Principal 
Collector and Magistrate, Korth Arcot. 1837 : Acting Head 
Assistant to Principal Collector and Magistrate, Xorth Arcot. 
1839: Head Assistant to Principal Collector and Magistrate, 
Xorth Arcot. 1842 : Acting Sub-Collector and Joint Magis- 
trate, Xorth Arcot. 1843 '- Proceeded to Europe on furlough. 

1846 : Acting Head Assistant to the Accountant-General, and 
Acting Tamil Translator to Government ; Member of the College 
Board; and Acting Sub-Secretary to the Board of Revenue. 

1847 : Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate, Canara. 1849 : 
Acting Civil and Sessions Judge, Honore. 1854 : Collector and 
Magistrate, South Arcot. 1857: On medical leave to England 
for 24 months. 1859: Member of the Board of Revenue. 

i860 : President of the Commissioners of Income Tax. 1862 : 



68 MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 

On medical leave for 12 months ; Resigned the service, 2$th 
November. {Annuitant.) 

HALLETT, Chaeles Hughes. — 1828: Writer. 1830: 
Assistant to the Accountant-General. 1832 : Acting Head 
Assistant, afterwards Senior Assistant, to the Accountant- 
General. 1834 : Kegister to the Provincial Court, Centre 
Division ; Acting Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate of North 
Arcot. 1836 : Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate of North 
Arcot. 1838 : At home on private affairs. 1839 : Returned to 
India, per ^^ Tliomas Grenville." 1840: Out of emjyloij. 1842: 
Head Assistant to Accountant-General ; Collector and Magistrate, 
Southern Division of Arcot. Died, 4th Novemler 1843, ^^ ^^^^ 
Cape of Good Hope. 

HAMILTON, William (of Edinburgh).— 1766 : Writer. 177 1 : 
Factor, and Assistant at Vizagapatam ; Junior Merchant, and 
Assistant at Vizagapatam. 1778: Senior Merchant. 1790: At 
home. 1795 : Out of the service. 

HAMILTON, William (of Kinghorn). — 1766 : Writer. 1771 : 
Factor. 1774: Junior Merchant. 1778: Senior Merchant. 
1790: Out of the service. 

HAMILTON, Thomas. — 1768 : Factor. No trace after 1768. 

HAMILTON, Robert. — 1789 : Writer. 1791 : Assistant under 
the Secretary in the Public and Revenue Department. 1792 : 
Assistant under the Resident at Cuddalore. 1796: Assistant to 
the Collector of Baramahal. Died, 12th April 1797. 

HAMILTON, John. — 1792 : Writer. Died, 1794, at sea. 

HAMILTON, Sackville Robert. — 1800: Writer; Resigned, 
gth August. 

HAMILTON, Terrick. — 1800: Writer. 1804: Register of 
the Zillah of Chingleput. 1805 : Register under the Collector 
of the Northern Division of Arcot. 1806 : Register of the Court 
of Appeal and Circuit, Centre Division. 1808 : At home. 1813 : 
Resigned, 6th August, in England. 

HAMILTON, Archibald. — 1839 • Writer. 1842 : Assistant 
to Principal Collector and Magistrate of Salem. 1844: Head 
Assistant to Principal Collector and Magistrate of Salem. Died, 
6th June 1846, m India (Shevaroy Hills). 

HAMMOND, Anthony. — 1771 : Writer. 1776: Factor. 
1778 : At home. 1780 : Junior Merchant. 1782 : Out of the 
service. 

HANBURT, John.— 1804 : Writer. 1806 : Assistant under 



MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 69 

the Secretaiy to the Board of Revenue ; Assistant to the Col- 
lector in the Zillah of Tinnevelly. 1 8 1 3 : Secretary to the Board 
of Revenue. 1817 : Collector and Magistrate of Cuddapah. 1824: 
Collector and Magistrate of Rajahmundry. 1827 : At Iwme on 
absentee alloivance. 1832 : Returned to India ; Acting Cashier to 
the Government Bank, and Superintendent of Lotteries. Died^ 
iSth April 1834, at Madras. 

HANKEY, Thomson. — 1792 : Writer. 1793 : Assistant under 
the Commercial Resident at Salem. 1794: At home. 1795: 
Returned to India. 1797 : Deputy Commercial Resident at Salem. 
1800 : Resigned, 2W1 March, in India. 

HARDING, Thomas.— 1802 : Writer. 1805 : Transferred 
from the Bencoolen Establishment ; Assistant to the Commercial 
Resident at Ramnad ; First Assistant to the Collector in 
the Zillah of Dindigul. 1806 : Register to the Zillah of the 
Southern Division of Tanjore. 1807 '- ^^ home. 181 2 : Out of 
the service. 

HARE, Edwakd. — 1778: Writer. 1790: Senior Merchant, 
and Assistant at Ganjam. 1802 : Out of the service. 

HARGRAVE, Edward Robert. — 1793 : Writer. 1797 : Assis- 
tant under the Secretary in the Secret, Military, and Political 
Department; Assistant to the Collector of Guntoor. 1799: 
Assistant under the Collector in the Mayavaram District of 
Tanjore. 1801 : At home. 1803 : Returned to India; Collector 
of the Zillah of Salem. 1823 : At home. 1828 : Returned to 
India; Cashier of the Government Bank. Died, 1st March 1830, 
at Salem.. 

HARINGTON, William, Sen.— 1783 : Writer. 1785 : Assis- 
tant to the Secretary to the Select Committee. 1786: Assistant 
to the Secretary in the Military Department, and Assistant at 
Tanjore. 1787 : Under the Secretary in the Secret Department. 
1789 : Deputy Secretary to the Board of Revenue. 1790 : Secre- 
tary to the Board of Revenue. 1796 : Junior Member of the 
Board of Revenue. 1799 '• Out of employ. 1806 : At home. 
1813 : Restored to the service. 1814 : Returned to India; Acting 
Postmaster- General. 1815 : Postmaster -General and Superin- 
tendent of Lotteries. 1818 : Collector of Government Sea Cus- 
toms. Died, 14th December 182 1, cd Fort St George. 

HARINGTON, William, Jun.— 1815 : Writer. 181 7 : Assis- 
tant to the Register of the Provincial Court, Centre Division. 
1819 : Assistant to the Secretary to the Board of Revenue. 1821: 



70 MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 

Head Assistant to the Collector and Magistrate of Northern 
Division of Arcot. 1825 : Sub-Collector and Assistant Magistrate 
of Northern Division of Arcot. 1827 : At home on absentee 
allowance. 1829: Returned to India, per ^^ Nejptune." 1830: 
Senior Deputy Register of the Sudder Adawlut. 1831 : Sub- 
Collector and Joint Magistrate of Salem ; Assistant Judge and 
Joint Criminal Judge of Chingleput. 1832 : Judge and Criminal 
Judge of Chicacole ; Acting Judge and Criminal Judge of Salem. 
1834: Acting Judge and Criminal Judge of Chittoor. 1835: 
Acting Judge and Criminal Judge of Salem ; Acting Third Judge 
of the Provincial Court, Southern Division. 1836 : Acting 
Second Judge of the Provincial Court, Southern Division. 1837 : 
Third Judge of the Provincial Court, Southern Division ; Acting 
First Judge of the Provincial Court, Southern Division ; Acting 
Second Judge of the Provincial Court, Southern Division. 1838 : 
Third Judge of the Provincial Court of Appeal and Circuit for 
the Southern Division. 1842 : Second Judge, afterwards First 
Judge, of the Provincial Court of Appeal and Circuit for the 
Southern Division. 1844 : Civil and Sessions Judge, Trichinopoly. 
1848 : Civil and Sessions Judge, Coimbatore. Died, 2Sth June 
1849, at Coimbatore. 

HAEKER, Robert. — 1776: Writer. 1782: Factor. No trace 
after 1782. 

HARRIS, Charles. — 1789: Writer. 1790: Assistant under 
the Military Secretary. 1791 : Assistant under the Collector 
in the Centre Division of Arcot. 1793 • Assistant under the 
Secretary to the Board of Revenue. 1794: Assistant under the 
Collector in the Southern Division of the Jaghire. 1796 : At 
liome. 1797 : Returned to India; Senior Assistant to the Collector 
of the Polygar Peishcush. 1798 : Second Member of the Tanjore 
Commission. 1799 : Out of employ. 1800 : Collector in the 
Tanjore Country. 1804: Out of employ. 1805: Sub-Director 
and Treasurer of the Government Bank. 1806 : General Agent 
for the Salt Monopoly. 1807 : Acting Member of the Board of 
Revenue ; Second Judge of the Central Provincial Court. 1809 : 
First Judge of the Central Provincial Court. 1821 : First Puisne 
Judge of the Sudder and Foujdarry Adawlut. 1824: At home. 
1827 : Returned to India. 1828 : First Judge of the Provincial 
Court, Centre Division. 1829 : Member of Council and Presi- 
dent of the Sudder Court. 1831 : President of the Revenue and 
Marine Boards. 1834 : Quitted Council agreeably to the Regula- 



MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. yt 

tions, and appointed Senior oMember of the Board of Revenue. 
{Annuitant on the Fund, 1835.) 

HARRIS, Stephen. — 1794 : "Writer, 1795 : Assistant under 
the Accountant to the Board of Revenue. 1796 : Assistant under 
the Accountant-General ; Head Assistant under the Resident at 
Cuddalore. 1802: Assistant to the Military Paymaster-General ; 
Second Assistant to the Manager for the Supply of Beetle, &c., 
and Collector of Revenues derived from the Sale of Arrack, &c. 
1804 : Assistant to the Collector of the Home Farms; {At home.) 
1809: Returned to India; Commercial Resident at Cuddalore. 
1812 : At home. 1817: Out of the service. 

HARRIS, Hon. Michael Thomas. — 1799: Writer. 1802: 
Assistant to the Collector of Ramnad and Tinnevelly. 1803 : 
Assistant to the Collector of the Zillah of Ramnad. 1805 : At 
home. 1807 : Returned to India; Deputy Revenue Accountant. 
1810 : Old of employ. 181 1 : Deputy Collector of Madras. 
181 5 : Superintendent of Police. 1816 : Collector of Canara. 
1822 : Principal Collector and Magistrate of Canara. Died, I'jth 
May 1824, at Manga! ore. 

HARRIS, George Anstruther. — 1830 ; Writer. 1831 : Assis- 
tant to the Chief Secretary. 1832 : Second Assistant to Principal 
Collector and Magistrate, Xorth Arcot; Acting Assistant to 
the Chief Secretary. 1833 : Acting Register of the Zillah Court 
of Cuddapah ; Second Assistant to the Collector and Magistrate, 
Vizagapatam ; Officiating Assistant to Principal Collector and 
Magistrate, Xorth Arcot. 1836 : Acting Register of the Zillah 
Court of Bellary ; Acting Head Assistant to Collector and Magis- 
trate, Rajahmundry, and of Guntoor. 1838: Head Assistant to 
Collector and Magistrate, Bellary ; Acting Assistant Judge and 
Joint Criminal Judge, Malabar. 1839: Acting Assistant Judge 
and Joint Criminal Judge, Cochin, and at Malabar. 1842 : Assis- 
tant Judge and Joint Criminal Judge, Malabar. 1843 : Sub- 
Judge, Mangalore. 1846 : Assistant Judge at Manga] ore. 1848: 
Officiating Civil and Sessions Judge, and Acting Sub-Judge, at 
Mangalore. 1849 • Proceeded to Europe on furlough. 1852 : 
Acting Register to the Court of Sudder and Foujdarry Adawlut. 
1853: Acting Civil and Sessions Judge, Cuddalore; Civil and 
Sessions Judge, CaHcut. 1856 : Acting Civil and Sessions Judge, 
Mangalore ; Acting Puisne Judge of the Court of Sudder and 
Foujdarry Adawlut. 1857 : Civil and Sessions Judge, Chittoor. 
1862 : On medical leave for 15 months. 1863 : Civil and Sessions 



72 MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS, 

Judge, Ootacamund ; Civil and Sessions Judge, Coimbatore. 1866 : 
Resigned the service^ 2^th Jzihj. [Annuitant.) 

HARRIS, Thomas Inglis Parish.— 1830 : Writer. 1833 : 
Assistant under the Principal Collector of Tanjore ; Assistant 
under the Principal Collector and Magistrate, Madura. 1835 : 
Assistant under the Principal Collector and Magistrate, Coim- 
batore. 1837 : Acting Head Assistant to Principal Collector and 
Magistrate, Madura. 1838: Register of the Provincial Court, 
Southern Division. 1839 : Acting Assistant Judge and Joint 
Criminal Judge, and Acting Sub-Collector and Magistrate, Salem. 
1840 : Acting Assistant Judge, and Acting Register of the Zillah 
Court, Canara. 1842 : Assistant Judge and Joint Criminal Judge, 
Cochin. 1843 : Sub- Judge, Bellary. 1847 : Acting Civil and 
Sessions Judge, Bellary. 1849 : Proceeded to Europe on furlough. 
185 1 : Acting Deputy Collector of Sea Customs, Madras. 1852 : 
Acting Civil and Sessions Judge, Cuddalore. 1853 : Civil and 
Sessions Judge, Trichinopoly. 1858 : On medical leave to Euro]pe 
for 18 months, i860: Resumed Charge of Office. 1866: Re- 
signed the service^ in February. (Annuitant.) 

HARRISON, John. — 1808: Writer; Assistant under the 
Collector of Tinnevelly. 181 1 : Deputy Commercial Resident at 
Tinnevelly. Died, nth May 181 2, at Tinnevelly. 

HARRISON, Benjamin, Sen.— 1807 : Writer. 1810 : Assis- 
tant to the Secretary to the Board of Revenue. 181 1 : Assistant 
to the Collector of Malabar. 1813 : Head Assistant to the Col- 
lector of Madura. 1814 : At home. 1819 : Out of the service. 

HARRISON, Benjamin, Jun. — 1845 : Writer. 1847 : Assis- 
tant to Collector and Magistrate, Guntoor. Died, 2$th December 
1847, at Guntoor. "'. 

HASLEWOOD, Thomas.— 1778 : Writer. No trace after 
1780. 

HATHWAY, Arthur. — 1839: Writer. 1840: Assistant to 
Principal Collector and Magistrate, Nellore. 1841 : Acting Head 
Assistant to Principal Collector and Magistrate, Guntoor. 1842 : 
Head Assistant to Principal Collector and Magistrate, Masulipatam. 
1845 • Proceeded to Europe on furlough. 1847 : Assistant to 
Collector and Magistrate, North Arcot. 1848 : Head Assistant to 
Collector and Magistrate, Trichinopoly. 1850 : Acting Sub- 
Collector and Joint Magistrate, Cuddapah. 185 1 : Acting Sub- 
Judge, afterwards Sub-Judge, Cuddapah. 1852 : Acting Civil 
and Sessions Judge, Chittoor. 1857 : Acting Civil and Sessions 



MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 73 

Judge, Tinnevelly. 1858 : Acting Collector and Magistrate, 
Madura ; Additional Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate, Canara ; 
Acting Collector and Magistrate, Salem. 1859 : Collector and 
Magistrate, Bellary. 1863 : On medical leave to Englayul for 12 
months. Died, i 'j th Ajml jS66y 171 Lidia. 

HAWKINS, William. — 1776 : Writer. 1782 : Factor. 1790: 
Senior Merchant, and Paymaster at Poonamallee. 1795: Paymaster 
at Trichinopoly. 1800 : Paymaster at Tricliinopoly, and Garrison 
Storekeeper. 1805 : At Iwme. 1808 : In India without employ. 
1810 : Collector in the Zillah of Masulipatam. 1813 : A"o employ. 
1815 : Third Judge of the Court of Appeal, Centre Division. 

1819 : Second Judge of the Court of Appeal, Centre Division. 

1820 : At home. 1823 : Agent to the East India Company at the 
Cape of Good Hope. 1831 : Out of the service. 

HAWKINS, William Brown.— 1832 : Writer. 1834 : Assis- 
tant under the Principal Collector of North Arcot. 1836 : 
Assistant to the Principal Collector and Magistrate of Bellary. 
1837 : Acting Eegister, afterwards Eegister, of the Zillah of 
Bellary. 1838 : Assistant to Principal Collector and Magis- 
trate, Bellary; Eegister to the Zillah Court of Bellary. 1840: 
Eegister to the Court of Appeal and Circuit, Centre Division. 
1844: Extra Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, Bellary. 
1845 : Subordinate Judge, Cuddapah. 1847 : Proceeded on 
furlough. Died, yl July 1848, in London. 

. HAY, James. — 1756 : Writer. 1768 : Senior Merchant. 1771 : 
Senior Merchant, and Paymaster at Trichinopoly. 1774: At 
home. 1776 : Resigned the service. 

HEATH, JosiAH Marshall. — 1806 : Writer. 1808 : Assis- 
tant to the Secretary to the Board of Eevenue. 1809 : Fixed 
Examiner under the Secretary to the Board of Trade. 181 1 : 
Eegister to the Zillah of Chingleput. 1812 : Deputy Commercial 
Eesident at Salem. 1820: Out of employ. 1825: At home. 
(Annuitant on the Fund from 1st January 1829.) 

HEPBURN, Samuel.— 1792 : Writer. Died at sea in 1794. 

HEPBURN, James. — 1796: Writer. 1798: Assistant under 
the Secretary in the Public, Eevenue, and Commercial Department ; 
Head Assistant under the Collector in the Jaghire. 1801 : Assis- 
tant to the Principal Collector in Coimbatore; Head Assistant 
to the Collector in the Jaghire. 1802 : Collector in the Zillah 
Caragoody. 1806 : Collector of Tinnevelly. 1813 : Collector of 
Tanjore. 1Z2Q '. At home. 1824: Out of the -service. 



U MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS, 

HEYWOOD, Edmund Culling. — 1838 : Writer. Died, Sth 
July 1839, at Madras. 

HICHENS, Robert. — 1838 : Writer. 1840: Assistant to Col- 
lector and Magistrate, Kellore ; Assistant to Collector and Magis- 
trate, Rajahniundvy. 1841 : Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, 
Masulipatam. Died, 2d November 1841, at Rajalimundry. 

HIGGINSON, George Joseph. — 1776 : Junior Merchant and 
vSub-Accountant. 1790: Out of the service. 

HIGGINSON, Charles H. — 1799 : Writer. 1803 : Head Assis- 
tant to the Secretary in the General and Commercial Department. 
1804 : Deputy Revenue Accountant. 1807 : Register to Provincial 
Court, Northern Division. 1 8 1 1 : Register to Provincial Court, 
Southern Division ; Judge and Magistrate of the Zillah of 
Trichinopoly. 1821 : Third Judge of the Provincial Court, 
Southern Division. 1824 : First Judge of the Provincial Court, 
Southern Division. Died, iStk July 1824, at Trichinojyoly. 

HILL, David. — 1804 : Writer. 1806 : Assistant to the Collec- 
tor of the Zillah of Tinnevelly. 1807 : Assistant to the Principal 
Collector of Malabar. 1809: Head Assistant to the Chief Sec- 
retary to Government ; Deputy Postmaster. 1 8 1 o : Sub-Secretary 
to Government. 181 2: Acting Secretary in the Revenue and 
Judicial Department ; Paymaster of Carnatic Stipends ; Secretary 
to Government. 1820: Paymaster of Carnatic Stipends at the 
Presidency. 1824: Chief Secretary to Government. 1828: At 
home. 1829 : Returned to India; Chief Secretary to Government. 
1831 : At home on absentee alloivance. {Annuitant on the Fund, 
from 1st May 1832.) 1832 : Appointed {2'jth July) an Assistant 
in Examiner's Office of the Home Establishment of the East India 
Company. 1836: Assistant Examiner. {Retired on pension, 2Ztli 
March 1856.) Died, 16th October 1866, in England. 

HIPPESLEY, John Coxe. — 1782: Writer. 1786: Paymaster 
at Tanjore. 1787 : Member of the Committee of Inspection, 
Tanjore. No trace after 1787. 

HOARE, George. — 1771 : Writer. 1776: Factor. 1780: 
Junior Merchant. 1782: Senior Merchant. 1792: Senior Mer- 
chant, and Paymaster to the Army. 1795 : At horae. 1800 : Out 
of the service. 

HODGES, Ja:\ies. — 1764: Writer. 1771 : Factor. 1774: 
Junior Merchant. 1776 : Senior Merchant, and Fourth in Council 
at Masulipatam. 1791 : Second in Council at Masulipatam. 
1792: At home. 1795: Out of the service. 



MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 75 

HODGSON, John. — 1792: AYriter. 1794: Assistant under 
the Secretary in the Public, Commercial, and Revenue Department, 
and Assistant to the Accountant to the Board of Revenue. 1796 : 
Assistant under the Collector in the Jaghire. 1799 : Collector in 
the Jaghire. 1800: Secretary in the Judicial and Revenue 
Department. 1802 : Secretary to the Special Commission. 1803 : 
Junior Member of the Board of Revenue. 1806 : Second Member 
of the Board of Revenue. 1808: At home, 181 2: Returned to 
India; Second Member of the Board of Revenue. 1813 : Senior 
Member of the Board of Revenue. 1 8 1 9 : Fourth Member of 
Council and President of the Board of Revenue. 1821 : At liome. 
1823 : Out of tlie service. 

HOISSARD, George Isaac. — 1771 : AVriter. 1776: Factor. 
1780: Junior Merchant. 1782 : Senior Merchant, 1 79 1 : Senior 
Merchant, and Assistant to Resident at Nagore, but to reside at 
ISTegapatam. Died in i^gi. 

HOLLAND, Francis. — 1806: Writer. 1810 : Assistant to the 
Secretary in the Military Department ; Assistant to the Collector 
in the Zillah of Salem. 181 1 : Fixed Examiner in the Revenue 
and Judicial Department. 18 13: Register to the Circuit Court, 
Western Division. 182 1 : Sub-Collector and Assistant to the 
Magistrate of Malabar. 1824: Judge and Criminal Judge of 
Malabar. Died on Ms passage to England, in 1828, on hoard the 
" Valley fieUr 

HOLLIER, Henry.— 1773: Writer. 1778: Factor. 1782: 
Junior Merchant. No trace after 1782. 

HOLLOND, John.— 1 761: AVriter. 1768: Factor. 1771 : 
Junior Merchant. 1774: Senior Merchant. 1782: Member of 
Council of the Governor. 1790 : Out of the service. 

HOLLOND, Edward John. — 1769: Writer. 1774: Factor. 
1778: Junior Merchant. 1780: Senior Merchant. 1790: Sus- 
pended from the service. 1792: At home. 1795: Out of the 
service. 

HOLLOND, Edward. — 1789: Writer. 1790: Assistant under 
the Secretary to the Board of Revenue. 1791 : Out of employ. 
1793: Assistant to the Secretary in the Public, Commercial, and 
Revenue Department ; Assistant under the Secretary to the Board 
of Trade, and at the Import Warehouse. 1794 ^ Deputy Secretary 
to the Board of Trade. 1797 : Assistant to the Board of Trade. 
1798: At home. 1801 : Returned to India. 1802: At home. 
1808 : Out of the service. 



je MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 

HOME, Sir James, Bart., Sen. — 1808: Writer. 1809: Assis- 
tant to the Secretary to the Board of Revenue. 181 2 : At home. 

1815 : Resigned, 6tli September, in England. 

HOME, Sir James, Bart., Jun. — 181 9: Writer. 1820: 
Assistant to the Collector of Sea Customs in Malabar and Canara. 
1824: Assistant to the Principal Collector and Magistrate of 
Malabar. 1825 : Register of the Zillah of Salem. 1827 : Deputy 
Accountant-General in the Military Department. 1828 : Maly- 
alum Translator to Government. 1830: Mint-Master. 1833: 
At liome. 1836: Returned to India, and died, 12th March, at 
Madras. 

HOME, William G0SSET.--1828 : Writer. 1831 : At home on 
absentee allowance. Died, 315^ October 1831, at Madeira. 

HONEYMAN, Richard Bempde Johnstone. — 1806 : Writer. 
1807 : Assistant under the Chief Secretary in the Secret and 
Foreign Department ; Assistant to the Collector of Coimbatore. 
1809 : Deputy Commercial Resident at Ramnad. 18 11 : At home. 

1816 : Old of the service. 

HOOPER, George Stanley. — 181 7 : Writer. 1819 : ^f home. 
1823: Returned to India ; Assistant to the Collector and Magis- 
trate of Tinnevelly. 1826 : Register of the Zillah of Malabar. 

1827 : Head Assistant to the Principal Collector of Canara. 

1828 : Assistant Judge and Joint Criminal Judge of Salem. 
1830 : Judge and Joint Criminal Judge of Salem. 1832 : Acting 
Collector and Magistrate of Masulipatam. 1833 • J^^^g® and 
Criminal Judge of Madura. 1836 : Acting Third Judge of the 
Provincial Court, Southern Division. 1837 : Judge and Criminal 
Judge of Madura. 1841 : Third Judge of the Provincial Court of 
Appeal and Circuit, Western Division. 1842 : Third Judge, after- 
wards Second Judge, of the Provincial Court of Appeal and 
Circuit, Southern Division. 1844 • Civil and Sessions Judge, 
Madura. 1847 : First Puisne Judge of the Sudder Dewannee and 
Sudder Foujdarry Adawlut. 1855 : Puisne Judge of the Sudder 
Dewannee and Sudder Foujdarry Adawlut. i860: Resigried the 
service, May, in India. {Annuitant on the Fund, i860.) 

HOOPER, Edward Pulteney Stanley. — 1844 : AVriter. Died, 
26th Jtdy 1846, at Ramnad. 

HORNBY, John. — 1789 : Writer. 1790 : Assistant under the 
Accountant and Import Warehouse-keeper. 1793: At home; 
No trace after this date. 

HORNE, Benjamin. — 18 14 : AVriter. 181 7 : Second Assistant 



MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 77 

to the Collector of Tricliinopoly. Died, igtJi May 1819, near 
Trichiiiopoh/. 

HORSLEY, John. — 1817 : Writer. 1821:"^^ home. '1824: 
Returned to India; Register to the Zillah of Madura. 1826: 
Head Assistant to the Principal Collector and Magistrate of Tan- 
jore. 1828 : Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate of Tinnevelly. 
1829 : Assistant Judge and Joint Criminal Judge of ^Madura. 
1832 : Judge and Criminal Judge of Chingleput. 1842 : Judge 
and Criminal Judge, Madura ; Second Judge of the Provincial 
Court of Appeal and Circuit, Northern Division. 1 844 : Civil 
and Sessions Judge, Guntoor. 1850 : Civil and Sessions Judge, 
Cuddalore. Died, 12th June 185 1, at Madras. 

HORSLEY, Ralph.— 185 1 : Writer. 1853: Assistant to 
Collector and Magistrate, Bellary. Died, 4th Jidij 1856, at 
Bellary. 

HOUSTOUN, George. — 1805 : Writer. Died, 16th Ssj^temher 
1806. 

HOWDEN, Robert.— 1 781 : Writer. 1783 : Assistant to the 
Secretary to the Select Committee. 1784: Secretary to General 
Ogle. 1786 : Assistant to the Secretary in the Military Depart- 
ment and Superintendent of Godown. 1787 : Deputy Commercial 
Storekeeper. Died, 26th June 1788. 

HUDDLESTON, John.— 1766 : Writer. 1771 : Factor. 1774 : 
Junior Merchant. 1776 : Junior Merchant, and Fifth in Council 
at Ganjam. 1778: Senior Merchant. 1790: Out of the service. 

HUDDLESTON, Andrew Fleming.— 181 2 : Writer. 181 7 : 
Assistant to the Collector of Sea Customs at Malabar and Canara. 
1821 : At home. 1825 : Returned to India; Assistant to the 
Secretary in the Revenue and Judicial Department. 1826 : Sub- 
Collector and Assistant Magistrate of Canara. 1831 : Principal 
Collector and Magistrate of Malabar. 1832 : Third Judge of the 
Provincial Court, Western Division. 1833 : At home on absentee 
allowance. 1838 : Absent jive years, and out of the service. {Annui- 
tant on the Fund, 1841.) Died, 2d September 1861, in England. 

HUDLESTON, John Burland.— 1804 : Writer. 1806 : Acting 
Register of the Zillah of Tinnevelly. 1807 : Register of the 
Zillah of Tinnevelly. 181 2 : Register of the Provincial Court, 
Southern Division. 1818 : Justice of the Peace. 1820: Judge 
and Criminal Judge of the Zillah of Tinnevelly ; Collector 
and Magistrate of Tinnevelly. Died, 6th June 1823. 

HUDLESTON, William. — 1808 : AVriter. 18 14: First 



78 MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS, 

Assistant to the Register of the Sudder and Fouj dairy Adawhit. 
1815 : Leave to the Cape, and eventually to Europe. 181 7 : Re- 
turned to India; Assistant to the Register of the Sudder and 
Foujdarry Adawlut. 1818 : First Assistant to the Register of the 
Sndder and Foujdarry Adawlut. 1819 : Junior Deputy Register 
of the Sudder and Foujdarry Adawlut. 182 1 : Secretary to the 
Trustees of the Civil Fund. 1824 : Register to the Sudder and 
Foujdarry Adawlut, and Persian Secretary to Government. 1826 : 
At home on absentee allowance. 1830: Returned to India, per 
''Minerva;" Secretary to the Marine Board. 1831 : Register to 
the Sudder and Foujdarry Adawlut. 1832 : Third Judge, after- 
wards Officiating Second Judge, of the Sudder and Foujdarry 
Adawlut. 1838 : Second Puisne Judge of the Sudder and Fouj- 
darry Adawlut. {Annuitant on the Fund, 1840.) Died, 2gth 
June 1855, in England. 

HUDLESTON, Josiah Andrew. — 1817 : Writer. 1820: 
Second Assistant to the Collector and Magistrate of Tinnevelly. 
1824 ; Head Assistant to the Register of the Sudder and Foujdarry 
Adawlut. 1826 : Acting Deputy Register of the Sudder Court. 
1828 : Deputy Collector of Madras. 1831 : Superintendent of 
Stationery. 1836: Acting Collector of Madras. 1837: Deputy 
Collector of Madras and Superintendent of Stationery. 1844: 
Collector of Madras. 1855 : Resigned the service, 1st May, in 
India. {Annuitant on the Fund, 1856.) 

HUDSON, Mark Gilbert. — 1796 : Writer. 1798 : On leave to 
the Cape. 1799: Returned to India; Assistant in the Public, 
Revenue, and Commercial Department. 1800: Assistant under 
the Collector of Guntoor. 1803 : Deputy Postmaster at Guntoor. 
1807: Deputy Commercial Resident at Ganjam. 1810: Com- 
mercial Resident at Ganjam. Died, igth July 18 12, at Ganjam. 

HUGHES, Robert.— 1766: Writer. 1771 : Factor and Assis- 
tant at Masulipatam. 1774: Junior Merchant. 1776: Junior 
Merchant, and Fourth in Council at Ganjam. 1778 : Senior Mer- 
chant. 1791 : Senior Merchant, and Collector of Revenue in 
Guntoor Circar. 1795 : Paymaster in the Burramehal and Salem. 
1800: Paymaster and Garrison Storekeeper at Madura. Died, 
I'jth April 1803, in England. 

HUNTER, John Alexander. — 1840: Writer. 1842: Assis- 
tant to Collector and Magistrate, Rajahmiindry. 1846 : Assistant 
to Collector and Magistrate, and Agent to the Governor, Yiza- 
gapatam. Died, gth July 1S4S, at Vizianagram. 



MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 79 

HXJRDIS, Thomas Bower. — 1792: Writer; Assistant under the 
Accountant to the Board of Kevenue. 1793 : Assistant under the 
Secretary in the Secret, Political, and Military Department. 
1794 : Assistant to the Military Paymaster-General, and Assistant 
to the Collector in the Burramehal. 1796: Head Assistant 
under the Collector of Eamnad. 1798 : Acting Collector of Din- 
digul. 1799 : Collector of Dindigul. 1801 : Collector of Madura 
and Dependent Polygars. 1 803 : Kegister of the Sudder and Fouj- 
darry Adawlut. 1806 : Puisne Judge of the Sudder and Foujdarry 
Adawlut. Died, i6fh November 1808, at Madras. 

HUTT, JoHN.~i8i3 : Writer. 1817 : Register of the Zillah 
of Xellore. 1818 : Kegister of the Provincial Court, Centre 
Division. iS 21 : At home. 1S26 i Out of the service. 

HYDE, Charles. — 1797 ; Writer. 1799 : Assistant under the 
Secretary to the Board of Revenue. 1800 : Assistant under the 
Commercial Resident at Salem. 1801 : Assistant under the Col- 
lector of Burramehal and Salem. 1803 : Assistant to the Collector 
of the Southern Division of Arcot. 1805 : Subordinate Collector 
of the ISTorthern Division of Arcot. 1808 : Head Assistant to the 
Collector of the ISTorthern Division of Arcot. 1809 : Collector 
in the Zillah of Chingleput. 181 1 : Collector in the Zillah of 
Yizagapatam. 181 3 : Collector in the Southern Division of Arcot. 
182 1 : Principal Collector and Magistrate in the Southern Division 
of Arcot. 1826 : At home on absentee allowance. {Annuitant on 
the Fund from 1st May 183 1.) 

IBBETSON, Samuel. — 1802 : Writer. 1804: Assistant to the 
Collector of Tinnevelly. 1806 : Register of the Zillah of the 
ISTorthern Division of Malabar. 1808 : Register of the Zillah 
of Tellicherry. 1810 : Register of the Zillah of Rajahmundry. 
181 2 : Register of the Zillah of Southern Malabar. 181 5 : At 
home. 1819 : Returned to India; Sheriff of Madras. 1820: 
Judge and Criminal Judge of Bellary. Died, ^th April 1826, at 
Bellary. 

INCE, Daniel. — 1781 : Writer. 1783 : Assistant at Ganjam. 
1787 : Assistant to the Secretary in the Public and Revenue Depart- 
ment. 1788 : Deputy Secretary in the Military Department. 
1790: Secretary in the Military Department. i793 • B>eputy 
Secretary in the Military, Political, and Secret Department. 
J 797 : Collector in the First Division of the Masulipatam Districts. 
1800 : Resigned^ Wi Ajyril, in India. 

INGLIS, William Arthur David.— 1827 : Writer. 1828 : 



8o MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 

Assistant to the Principal Collector of Nellore. 1830 : Head 
Assistant to the Principal Collector and Magistrate of Cuddapah. 
1833 : Head Assistant to the Principal Collector and Magis- 
trate of Bellary. 1835 : Sub-Collector of Ganjam. 1838 : At 
liome on absentee dlloicance. 1842 : Returned to India. 1843 • 
Out of employ. 1845 : Civil and Sessions Judge, Cuddapah. 
1848 : Civil and Sessions Judge, Chingleput. 1853 : Civil and 
Sessions Judge, Chingleput, and Member of the College Board. 

1855 : Proceeded on furlough. 1856 : Resigned the service, 1st 
May, in India. {Annuitant on the Fund, 1857.) 

IRVINE, Patrick. — 1832 : Writer, 1834 : Assistant to Prin- 
cipal Collector of Salem. 1836 : Assistant to Collector and 
Magistrate, Yizagapatam. 1837 : Assistant to Principal Collector 
and Magistrate, Salem. 1838 : Acting Head Assistant to Principal 
Collector and Magistrate, Madura. 1840 : Head Assistant to 
Principal Collector and Magistrate, ^Madura ; {Proceeded to Europe 
on furlough.) 1844 : Acting Sub-Judge, Calicut. 1845 : Acting 
Sub- Judge, Mangalore. 1846 : Acting Assistant Judge, and 
Acting Sub-Judge, Mangalore; Head Assistant to Collector and 
Magistrate, Bellary. 1847 : Sub-Judge, Rajahmundry. 1848 : 
Acting Civil and Sessions Judge, Chicacole. 1849 : Acting Civil 
and Sessions Judge, Masulipatam, and at Guntoor. 1850 : Acting 
Civil and Sessions Judge, Masulipatam. 1851 : Proceeded to 
E^irope on furlough. 1853 : Acting Civil and Sessions Judge, 
Nellore ; and Acting Sub-Judge, Rajahmundry. 1854: Sub- 
Judge, Rajahmundry. 1855 : Civil and Sessions Judge, Guntoor. 

1856 : Civil and Sessions Judge, Bellary. 1859 : On medical 
leave to Europe for 24 months. 1862 : Resigned the service, 
23^ Api^il. {Annuitant.) Died, i^th June 1876, in England. 

IRWIN, Eyles. — 1767 : "Writer. 1774 : Factor. 1776 : Junior 
Merchant. 1778: Senior Merchant. 1780: At home. 1782: In 
India. No trace after this date. 

IRWIN, William Robert. — 1795: Writer. 1798: Assistant 
under the Secretary to the Board of Revenue ; Assistant under the 
Resident at Tanjore ; Assistant to the Collector at Tanjore. 1802 : 
Register to the Court of Circuit and Appeal, Northern Division. 
1806 : Judge and Magistrate of Madura. Died, 2d September 18 10, 
at sea, near Malacca. 

JACKSON, William. —1770: Writer. 1776: Factor. 1778: 
Junior Merchant. 1782: Senior Merchant. 1790: Out of the 
service. 



MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 8i 

JACKSON, William Collins. — 1781 : Writer. 1783 : Assis- 
tant to the Secretary to the Select Committee. 1785 : Deputy 
Secretary to the Select Committee. 1786 : Deputy Secretary in 
the ^Military and Political Department ; Dutch, Spanish, and 
Portuguese Translator. 1790: Secretary in the ^lilitary, Poli- 
tical, and Secret Department, and Judge Advocate-General. 1797 : 
Collector of the Southern Polygar Peishcush, and of Ramnad. 
1799 : At home. 1812 : Resigned, iSth March, in England. 

JACKSON, Thomas Scott. — 1789: Writer. 1790: Assistant 
under the Secretary in the PoHtical and Revenue Department. 
1791 : Assistant imder Collector of Tinnevelly. 1793: Assistant 
under Manager for supplying Beetle Tobacco and Ganja. 1794: 
At home. 1797 : Returned to India. 1798 : Paymaster and Gar- 
rison Storekeeper at Kistnagherry and its Dependency. 1799: 
Out of employ ; At home. 1806: Returned to India. 1807: Pay- 
master and Garrison Storekeeper at Vizagapatam. Died, jth June 
1807, at Vizagapatam. 

JARRETT, Thomas. — 1790: Writer on the Bencoolen* Estab- 
lishment. 1805 : Transferred to Madras Presidency. 1806 : 
Commercial Resident at Masulipatam. 1807 : Collector in the 
Zillah of Guntoor. 181 1 : Collector in the Zillah of Chingleput. 
1 8 14: Sub-Treasurer. [Annuitant on the Fund from Deeemher 
1832.) Died, iith September 1837, at Groojnbridge, near Tun- 
hridge Wells. 

JELLICOE, William Edward.— 1830 : Writer. 1831 : Doing 
Duty under the Principal Collector and Magistrate of Nellore. 
1837 : Acting Register of the Zillah Court of Rajahmundry. 
1838 : Assistant to the Principal Collector and Magistrate of 
Nellore ; Acting Head Assistant to the Collector and Magistrate of 
Guntoor; Acting Register in the Provincial Court, Northern 
Division. 1839 : Acting Register, afterwards Register of the 
Zillah of Rajahmundry ; Acting Assistant Judge and Joint Criminal 
Judge of Guntoor. 1843 : Register of the Zillah Court of Chit- 
toor. 1844 : Proceeded on furlough. 1846 : Resigned the service, 
TfOth September. 

JERVIS, John. — 1789 : Writer; Assistant under the Secretary 
in the Secret Department. 1 790 : Assistant under the Accountant. 
1791 : Assistant under one of the Collectors of Ganjam. 1793 : 
Assistant under the Sea Customer. 1796: Assistant under the 
Collector of Jaffnapatam. 1797 : Assistant to the Resident at 
Ceylon. Died, December ijgj. 

F 



82 MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 

JESSUP, George Kilby. — 1807 : Writer. 1809 : Assistant to 
the Chief Secretary in the Secret, PoHtical, and Foreign Depart- 
ment. 1812 : Head Assistant to the Collector of Madura. Died, 
7,0th January 181 3. 

JOHNSON, Samuel, Sen. — 1754 : Writer. 1768 : Senior Mer- 
chant, and Second in Council at Masulipatam. 1774: Member 
of Council of the Governor. 1776 : Member of Council of the 
Governor, and Chief of Yizagapatam. 1790 : Out of the service. 

JOHNSON, Samuel, Jun. — 1781 : Writer. 1782 : Paymaster at 
Madura. 1787: Paymaster at Trichinopoly. 1790: Suspended, 
and dismissed from the service. 

JONES, Charles Edward. — 1767: Writer. 1774: Factor. 
1776: Junior Merchant. 1778: Senior Merchant. 1782: At 
home. No trace after 1782. 

JONES, AVilliam. — 1779: Writer. 1790: Senior Merchant; 
Inspector of Godo^ms, and Deputy Civil Storekeeper; Post- 
master-General. 1800: Commercial Kesident at Amboyna and 
Banda. 1801 : Sub-Treasurer and Mint-Master. 1806 : At home, 
1809 : Out of the service. 

JOURDAN, Francis. — 1759 : Writer. 1768 : Junior Merchant. 
1771 : Senior Merchant. 1774: Senior Merchant, and Third in 
Council at Masidipatam. 1776: Member of Council of the 
Governor. 1777: Recalled by order of the General Court, gth 
May. 1780: Suspended fr 07)1 service. 

KAYE, Charles Turton. — 1831 : AVriter. 1832: Assistant 
to the Principal Collector and Magistrate of Madura. 1834: 
Acting Eegister of the Zillah of Malabar. 1835 : Acting Head 
Assistant to the Principal Collector. 1836 : Second Assistant and 
Acting First Assistant to the Accountant-General. 1838: First 
Assistant to the Accountant-General, and Acting Assistant Judge 
and Joint Criminal Judge of Chingleput. 1839 : First Assistant 
to the Accountant-General. 1841 : Assistant Judge and Joint 
Criminal Judge, Chingleput. 1843 • Proceeded on furlough. 
1846: Returned to India. Died, 24th August 1846, at 
Madras. 

KEATE, Charles Robert Henry. — 1832 : Writer. Died, $th 
January 1835, at Tanjore. 

KEATING, Michael. — 1776 : AYriter. 1782 : Factor. 1790 : 
Senior Merchant ; In Council at Vizagapatam, and Paymaster of 
the Troops. 1792: Manager of the HaveUies, Yiz^gapatajji. 
1800 : At home. 1805 : Out of the service. 



MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 83 

KEBLE, George Gilbert. — 1794: Writer. 1796: Assistant 
under the Secretary in the Public, Commercial, and Revenue De- 
partment. 1798 : Senior Assistant under the Superintendent of 
the Export Warehouse ; Head Assistant in the Public Depart- 
ment, and French Translator. 1801 : Secretary to Government in 
the Public and Commercial Department. 1809 : Sub-Treasurer 
and Postmaster-General. Died, 26th August 181 1, a^ Guddalore. 

KEENE, George Henry. — 1801 : Writer. 1804 : Assistant to 
the Register to the Sudder and Foujdarry Adawlut. 1805 : At 
home. 1809 : Returned to India; Register of the Zillah of Rajah- 
mundry. 1810 : Second Assistant under the Register of the Sudder 
and Foujdarry Adawlut. 1^11 : At liome. 1816 : Out of the service. 

KELSO, Alexander Hamilton. — 1800 : AVriter. 1802 : 
Assistant to the Collector of the AVestorn Polygar Peishcush and 
of Arcot, jSTorth of the River Palar. 1805 : Subordinate Collector 
of Coimbatore. 1807 : Judge and Magistrate of the Zillah of 
Mangalore. 1808: Commissioner at Tranquebar. 181 1: At home; 
Old of the service. 

KENNAWAY, Richard.— 1806 : Writer. Died, 30/^ Mcv/ 
I So 7, cd Reicarri. 

KENSINGTON, Henry AYarner. — 1808 : Writer. 18 10: 
Assistant to the Secretary to the Board of Revenue. 1811 : 
Assistant to the Collector of Cuddapah. 1 8 1 4 : Register of the 
Zillah of Vizagapatam. 1 8 1 5 : Register of the Zillah of Chingle- 
put. 1819 : Assistant to the Mint-Master. 1820 : Assistant to 
the Collector and Magistrate of ^[alabar. 1822 : Register to the 
Provincial Court, Southern Division. Died, 12th May 1825, at 
Cuddcdore. 

KEN WORTHY, John. — 1770 : Writer. 1776 : Factor. 1778 : 
Junior Merchant. 1782: Senior Merchant. 1790: At home. 
1795: Resident at Cuddalore. 1800: Commercial Resident at 
Tinnevelly and Ramnad. 1803 : Garrison Storekeeper. 1806 : 
Garrison Storekeeper and Postmaster-General. 1808: Postmaster- 
General. 1809: Postmaster-General and Sub-Treasurer. 1810: 
Second Member of the Board of Trade. Died, 24th Jidy 181 2, 
at Fort St. George. 

KINCHANT, Richard. — 1769: Writer. 1774'- Factor and 
Assistant at Cuddalore. 1778: Junior Merchant. 1780: Senior 
Merchant. 1791 : Senior Merchant and Resident at Ragapore. 
1795 : At home. 1800 : Commercial Resident at Cuddalore. 
1809: Commercial Resident at Cuddalore, and in Charge of the 



84 MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 

Revenues of Pondicherry and Cuddalore. Died^ 24th August, 
1809, at Cuddalore. 

KINDERSLEY, Nathaniel Edward. — 1779: Writer. 1790: 
Senior Merchant, and Member of the Board of Trade ; also Assis- 
tant to Persian Translator. 1792 : Collector in Southern Division 
of Arcot. 1800 : At home. 1805 : Out of the service. 

KINDERSLEY, Nathaniel William. — 1814: Writer. 181 7: 
Second Assistant to the Collector and Magistrate of Coimbatore. 
t8i8 : At home. 1822: Returned to India; Head Assistant to 
the Collector and Magistrate of Nellore. 1824 : Sub-Collector and 
Assistant Magistrate of Canara. 1825 : Sub-Collector of Tinnevelly. 
1828: Principal Collector and Magistrate of Tanjore. 1837: 
Princi^Dal Collector and Magistrate of Tanjore. 1843 • Second 
Member of the Board of Revenue. 1844 : Proceeded on furlough ; 
Resigned the service, 1st June, in India. {Annuitant on the Fund, 
1843.) Died, yl December 1844, in England. 

KINDERSLEY, Edward Cockburn. — 1815 : Writer. 1817: 
Resigned, zSfh Mag, in England. 

KING, Philip Stevens. — 1781 : Writer. Lost on his 2^cissage 
to Bengal in 1783. 

KING, James. — 1807 : Writer. 1809 : Assistant to the Secre- 
tary in the Military Department. 1810 : Fixed Examiner to the 
Military Department. 181 2 : Acting Register of the Zillah of 
Verdachellum. 1813: Register of the Zillah of Verdachellum. 
Died, 10th May 18 14, at Pondicherry. 

KINGSCOTE, Thomas.— 1773 : Writer. 1778 : Factor. 1782 : 
Junior Merchant. 1790: Senior Merchant, and Agent for Cloth- 
ing Company's Troops. 1792 : Commissary of Grain and Pro- 
visions to the Army. 1793: At home. 1799: Out of the service. 

KINLOCK, Peregrine. — 1797 : AVriter. 1 798 : Assistant under 
the Secretary to the Board of Revenue. 1799: Assistant under 
the Collector of Ramnad. 1801 : Assistant under the Collector 
of Trichinopoly. 1804: Acting Collector to the Register of 
Trichinopoly. 1805 : Register of the Southern Division of 
Arcot. 1806: Collector of the Zillah of Ramnad. Lost, 
20th November 1808, in the ship ^^ Lord Nelson," on his passage 
home. 

KNOX, William. — 1834: Writer. 1837 : Assistant to Collec- 
tor and Magistrate, Rajahmundry. 1838 : Acting Head Assistant 
to Collector and Magistrate, Cuddapah. 1839 : Head Assistant to 
Collector and Magistrate, Cuddapah. 1 840 : At first Acting 



MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 85 

Assistant, afterwards Head Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, 
Rajahmundry. 1843: Acting Assistant Judge and Joint Crimi- 
nal Judge, Yizagapatam ; Acting Sul3 - Collector and Magistrate, 
Cuddapah. 1845: Sub - Collector and Joint Magistrate, Cud- 
dapah ; Proceeded to Eurox)e on furlough. 1849: Acting Sub- 
Collector and Joint-Magistrate, Madura; also Head Assistant 
to Collector and Magistrate, ^ladura. 1850: Principal Assistant 
to Collector and Magistrate, and Agent to the Governor of 
Madras, Ganjam. 1854: Acting Collector and Magistrate, and 
Agent to the Governor in Ganjam. 1857: Collector and Magis- 
trate, Masulipatam. 1859 : Collector and Magistrate, Eastna. 
i860; On medical leave for 15 months. 1861 : Resigned the ser- 
vice, 2'jth December, in England. {Annuitant.) Died, 2']th 
October 1867. 

KNOX, Thomas John. — 1839: Writer. 1840: Assistant to 
Collector and Magistrate, Rajahmundry. 1841 : Acting Register 
of the Zillah Court of Rajahmundry. 1843 : Register of the 
Zillali Court of Rajahmundry ; Acting Head Assistant, afterwards 
Head Assistant, to the Collector and Magistrate, Rajahmundry. 
1846 : Acting Sub-Judge of the Zillah of Rajahmundry. 1848 : 
Proceeded, to Europe on furlough. 1853 : Acting Deputy Col- 
lector of Sea Customs, Madras, and Sub-Collector and Joint 
Magistrate, Malabar. 1855 : Principal Assistant to Collector and 
Magistrate, and Agent to the Governor of Madras, in Yiza- 
gapatam ; Acting Civil and Sessions Judge, Masulipatam. 1857 : 
Acting Collector and ]\Iagistrate, Masulipatam. 1858 : Acting Col- 
lector and Magistrate, and Agent to the Governor of Madras, 
in Ganjam. 1859: Acting Collector and Magistrate, Masuli- 
patam; Acting Collector and Magistrate at Salem, i860: Civil 
and Sessions Judge, Chicacole. 1864 : On medical leave to Europe 
for 15 months. 1865 : Resigned the service, zSth October^ in Eng 
land. {Annuitant.) Died, ^d October, 1877. 

LACON, Henry. — 1807 : Writer. 1810 : Assistant to the 
Register of the Sudder and Foujdarry Adawlut. 1811 : Assistant 
to the Collector of Ganjam. 1813 : Register of the Zillah of 
jSTorthern Malabar. 1819: At home. 1823: Returned to India ; 
Commissioner for Small Claims on the Carnatic Fund. 1827: 
Judge and Criminal Judge of the Zillah of Chicacole. 1830 : 
Collector and Magistrate of Ganjam. 1831 : Principal Collector 
and Magistrate of Cuddapah. {Annuitant on fhe Fund from 1st 
January 1835.) Died, 1st February 1864, i7i England. 



86 MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 

LANDON, James. — 1777: Writer. 1782: Factor. 1790: 
Senior Merchant ; Upper Searcher at Sea Gate ; Deputy Customer 
and Assay Master. 1792: Collector in the Centre Division of 
Arcot. Died, 2 2d June 1794. 

LANE, Richard. — 1777: Writer. Died, August 1777, in 
Bengal. 

LANE, John Fraser. — 1804 : Writer. 1807 : Assistant to the 
Collector of the Zillah of Chittoor. 1809 : Head Assistant to the 
Collector of the Zillah of Bellary. 18 14: Head Assistant to the 
Collector of the Zillah of Chingleput. 1815 : French Translator 
to Government. 1816: Deputy Collector of Madras. 1820: 
Secretary to the Mint Committee; Superintendent of the Issue 
and Custody of Stationery. 182 1 : Collector and Magistrate of 
Masulipatam, and in Charge of the Treasury there. Died, 2d 
January 1824, (^t Madras. 

LARKING-, William Fleete. — 1807: Writer. 1810: Assis- 
tant to the Chief Secretary in the Secret, Political, and Foreign 
Department. Droioned, 2,0th April 181 2, icliile bathing at Viza- 
gapatam. 

LASCELLES, Francis.— 18 15 : Writer. 1818 : Second Assis- 
tant to the Collector and Magistrate of Cuddapah. 1820 : Register 
of the Zillah of Cuddapah. 1826 : Register of the Provincial 
Court, Centre Division. 1827 : At home on absentee allowance. 
1829 : Returned to India. 1831 : Acting Judge and Criminal 
Judge of Combaconum. 1832: Acting Third Judge of Provincial 
Court, Southern Division. 1833 : Judge and Criminal Judge of 
Chittoor; Out of employ for seve7i months. 1835: Judge and 
Criminal Judge of Chittoor. 1839: Judge and Criminal Judge 
of Cuddapah. 1840 : Judge and Criminal Judge of Rajahmundry. 
1843: Out of employ. 1845: Civil and Sessions Judge, Second 
Class, Honore. 1856: Proceeded on furlough; Resigned the 
service, 20th December t in India. (Atmuitaiit on the Fund, 
1858.) Died, i^th July 1882, at Brighton. 

L ATHOM, Richard. — 1 756: Writer. 1768: Junior Merchant. 
1 7 7 1 : Senior Merchant and Resident at Ingeram. 1776: Member 
of Coimcil of the Governor. 1777 : Recalled by order of the 
General Court, ^th May. 1780: Chief at Cuddalore. No trace 
after 1782. 

L ATHOM, Robert George. — 1776: Writer. 1782: Factor. 
Talcen prisoner by Hyder Ally. No trace after 1782. 

LATHOM, Richard Henry. — 1794: Writer. 1797 : Assistant 



MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. Sy 



under the Secretary to the Board of Revenue. 1798: Senior 
Assistant under the Accountant-General. i799 • ^"^ ^/ cm^^^!/- 
1800 : Assistant under the Collector in the Third Division of Viza- 
gapatam District. 1802 : Register of the Court of Circuit and 
Appeal, Northern Division. 1803 : Judge of the Zillah of Ram- 
nad. 1807 : Judge and Magistrate of Trichinopoly. Died, Sth 
October 18 10, at Trichinoiiohj. 

LAUTOUR, James.— 1806 : Writer. 1808 : At liome. 1816 : 
Out of the service. 

LAVIE, ^YILLIAM. — 1824: Writer; Assistant to the Collector 
and Magistrate of Madura. 1826 : Register of the Zillah of Com- 
baconuni. 1828: Head Assistant to the Principal Collector of 
Canara. 1831 : Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate of Canara. 
1832 : Acting Assistant Judge and Joint Criminal Judge of Canara. 
1834: Assistant Judge and Joint Criminal Judge of Guntoor. 
1835 : Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate of Canara. 1836 : 
At home on absentee alloicance. 1839 : Returned to India. 1840 : 
Out of ejnploij. 1841 : Judge and Criminal Judge of Canara. 
1842 : Second Judge of the Provincial Court of Appeal and Circuit, 
Centre Division. 1844: Civil and Sessions Judge, Cuddapah; 
Civil and Sessions Judge, Chittoor. 1848 : Resigned the service, 
I Sth April {Annuitant on the Fund, 1848.) Died, 2Sth April 
1862, in England. 

LENNOX, John.— 1778: Writer. 1782: At home. 1790: 
Senior Merchant and Assistant at Maddepollam. 1792: Pay- 
master at Aska and Ganjam. 1795: Paymaster at Ongole 
and in the Palnaud. 1800: At home. 1805: Out of the ser- 
vice. 

LEVINGE, Yere Henry.— 1839 : Writer. 1841 : Assistant to 
Principal Collector and Magistrate, ]\Iadura, and at Tanjoro. 1842 : 
Acting Register of the Zillah Court of Madura. 1843 : Acting 
Head Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, Tinnevelly. 1845 : 
Head Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, Tinnevelly. 1851 : 
Acting Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate, Madura; Proceeded 
to Europe on furlough. 1854 : Acting Sub- Judge, Combaconum ; 
and Sub - Collector and Joint Magistrate, Tinnevelly. 1856: 
Acting Civil and Sessions Judge, Tinnevelly. 1858: Acting 
Collector and Magistrate, TinneveUy. 1859: Collector and 
Magistrate, North Canara. i860: Collector and Magistrate, 
Madura. 1867 : Resigned the service, Sth April. (Annuitant.) 

LEWIN, Thomas. — 1770: Writer. 1776: Factor. 1778: 



88 MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 



Junior Merchant. 1782: Senior Merchant; At home; Returned 
to India. 1790 : At home. 1792 : In India tcithout employment. 
1800 : Out of the service. 

LEWIN, Malcolm.— 1815 : Writer. 1818 : Third Assistant 
to the Collector and Magistrate of Malabar. 1819 : Kegistcr of 
the Zillah of Malabar. 1824: Acting Register of the Zillah of 
Canara. 1825 : Head Assistant to the Collector and Magistrate 
of Canara. 1826 : Acting Additional Sub-Collector of Canara. 
1828 : Additional Sub-Collector of Canara. 1830 : At home on 
absentee allowaiice. 1834: Returned to India; Collector and 
Magistrate of Guntoor. 1835 : Collector and Magistrate of Rajah- 
mundry, and Acting Second Judge of Provincial Court, Northern 
Division. 1836 : Principal Collector and INIagistrate of Canara. 
1838 : Acting Second Judge of the Provincial Court, Centre Divi- 
sion. 1839 : Principal Collector and Magistrate of Bellary. 1840 : 
Second Judge of the Provincial Court of Appeal and Circuit, Centre 
Division. 1842 : Third Judge of the Sudder Dewannee and Sudder 
Foujdarry Adawlut. 1845: Judge of the Sudder Dewannee and 
Sudder Foujdarry Adawlut. 1846 : Second Judge of the Sudder 
Dewannee and Sudder Foujdarry Adawlut, and appointed Pro- 
visional iVrember of Council of the Governor ; Resirpied the service, 
10th December. {Annuitant on the Fund^ 1848.) Died, ^th 
March 1869, in England. 

LEWIN, Frederick Mortimer. — 1818 ; Writer. 182 1 : 
Assistant to the Collector and Magistrate of the Southern Division 
of Arcot. 1824 : Register and Assistant Collector of Seringapatam. 
1827 : Assistant Judge and Joint Criminal Judge of Salem. 1828 : 
Judge and Criminal Judge of Salem. 1831 : At home on absentee 
alloioance. 1833: Returned to India, per ^^ Horatio." 1835: 
Acting Zillah Judge of Combaconum ; afterwards Judge and 
Criminal Judge of Combaconum. 1844: Civil and Sessions 
Judge of Combaconum. 1847 • R^^^yned the service. {Annui- 
tant on the Fund, 1847.) Died, I'jth June 1877, in Eng- 
land. 

LEWIN, Richard Cotton. — 1846 : Writer. Assistant to 
Collector and Magistrate, Canara. 185 1 : Proceeded on furlough. 
1852: Returned to India; Assistant to Collector and Magis- 
trate, Northern Division of Arcot. 1855 : Assistant to Collec- 
tor and Magistrate, Trichinopoly. 1857: Additional Sub -Col- 
lector and Joint Magistrate, Canara. Died, 2W1 July 1858, at 
Bellary. 



MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 89 

LEWIS, John Walter.— 1808: Writer. 1814: Acting Assis- 
tant to the Register of the Sudder and Foujdarry Adawlut. 
1 8 16: Register of the Zillah of Masulipatum. 1819: At home. 
1823: Returned to India; Register of the Zillah of Carnatic. 
1824: Deputy Collector of Government Sea Customs at Madras. 
1827 : At home on absentee aUoicance. (Annuitant on the Fund 
from 1st January 1829, and died, 20th October 1836, at Fox- 
down, near Wellington, Somersetshire.) 

LIGHT, William. — 1765: Writer. 1768: Assistant at Cud- 
dalore. 177 1 : Factor. 1774: Junior Merchant. 1776: Senior 
Merchant. No trace after 1782. 

LIMOND, David Rouse.— 183 i : Writer. 1833 : Assistant to 
the Collector of Tinnevelly. 1836 : Acting Register, afterwards 
Register of the Zillah of Madura. 1838 : Acting Assistant Judge 
and Joint Criminal Judge of Madura ; and in Charge of Auxiliary 
Court at Tinnevelly ; also Register of the Zillah Court of iMadura. 
1 844 : Extra Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, jMadura. 
1845 : Subordinate Judge, Madura. Died, iSth November 1846, 
at Madura. 

LIND, Francis. — 1771 : Writer. 1776 : Factor. 1780 : Junior 
Merchant. 1782 : Senior Merchant and Military Storekeeper. 
1792: At home. 1800: Out of the service. 

LINLEY, William. — 1790: Writer; Assistant under the 
MiUtary Secretary. 1791 : Assistant under the Collector of Madura 
and Dindigul. 1793: Deputy Secretary to the Military Board. 
1796: At home. 1800: Returned to India. 1801 : Paymaster 
and Garrison Storekeeper, at Xellore and Dependencies. 1805 : 
Sub-Treasurer and Mint-Master. 1806: At home. 1810: Oid of 
the service. 

LLOYD, Hugh. — 1795 : Writer. Not to be traced. 

LOCKART, Robert. — 1781 : Writer. 1783: Assistant to the 
Secretary of the Select Committee. No trace after 1786. 

LOCKHART, Walter Elliott. — 1826 : Writer. 1829 : Regis- 
ter to the Zillah of Xellore. 1832 : Acting Judge and Criminal 
Judge of Chingleput; Junior Deputy Secretary to the Board of 
Revenue; Additional Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate of 
Cuddapah. 1835 : Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate of Madura. 
1837 : Re-appointed Joint Magistrate of Madura. 1838 : At home 
on absentee allowance. 1843: Returned to India. 1844: Out 
of employ. 1845 : Collector and Magistrate, Salem. Died, 2,0th 
January 1850, at Ossoor. 



90 MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS, 

LONG, John. — 1796 : Writer on the Bencoolen Establishment. 
1803 : Transferred to Madras Presidency ; Assistant to the Kegister 
of the Sudder and Foujdarry Adawlut ; Kegister of the Zillah of 
Guntoor. 1805: Collector in the Zillah of Kajahmimdry. 1810 : 
Judge and Magistrate of Madura. 1813 : Judge and Criminal 
Judge of Rajahmundry. 1823 : Out of the service. 

LOUD, Hugh. — 1796: Writer. 1797: Assistant under the 
Secretary in the Public, Revenue, and Commercial Department; 
Assistant under the Commercial Resident at Amboyna. 1801 : 
Paymaster and Garrison Storekeeper at Amboyna. 1802 : Acting 
Commercial Resident at Amboyna. 1804 : Out of employ. 1806 : 
Register to the Court of Appeal and Circuit, Northern Division ; 
Acting Judge and Magistrate of Nellore. 1807 : Judge and Magis- 
trate of the Zillah of Nellore. 1820 : Third Judge of Provincial 
Court, Northern Division. 1821 : Second Judge of Provincial 
Court, Northern Division. 1825 : Acting Judge of the Sudder 
and Foujdarry Adawlut. 1828: Pirst Judge of the Provincial 
Court, Northern Division. Died, gth Ajpril 1829, at Mysore. 

LOVELL, Edmund Charles. — 1827 : Writer. 1829 : Assistant 
to the Secretary in the Military Department. 1832 : Acting 
Malayaluni Translator, and First Assistant to the Secretary to 
Government in the Revenue and Judicial Department; First 
Assistant to the Chief Secretary to Government ; Acting Deputy 
Secretary in the Military Department. 1833 : Head Assistant 
to the Collector and Magistrate of Rajahmimdry ; Head Assistant 
to the Principal Collector and Magistrate of Cuddapah. 1837 : 
Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate of the Northern Division of 
Arcot. 1838: At home on absentee alloicance. 1842: Returned 
to India. 1843 : Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate, Northern 
Division of Arcot. 1 848 : Civil and Sessions Judge, Chittoor. 
Diedy 1st September 185 1, at Madras. 

LUSHINGTON, Stephen Rumbold. — 1790: Writer. 1792: 
Assistant under the Secretary in the Military, Political, and Secret 
Department. 1793 : Assistant under the Translator to the Board 
of Revenue. 1794: Deputy Persian Translator to Government, 
and Persian Translator to the Board of Revenue. 1796 : Deputy 
Secretary to the Board of Revenue ; Under Searcher at the Sea 
Gate. 1798: Secretary and Persian Translator to the Board of 
Revenue. 1799 : Collector of the Southern Polygar Peishcush at 
Ramnad. 1 80 1 : Collector of Tinnevelly. 1803 : Register of the 
Sudder and Fouj darry A daw lut ; Ath ome. 1807: Out of the service. 



MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 91 

LUSHINGTON, Charles May.— 180 i : Writer. 1803 : Assis- 
tant to tlic Register of the Sadder and Fonjdarry Adawhit. 1804 : 
Register of the Zillah of Rajaliniundry. 1808 : Out of employ. 
1 809 : Second Assistant to the Register of the Sudder and Fonj- 
darry Adawlut ; Assistant Judge of Rajahmundry. 1813 : Assis- 
tant Judge of Combaconum. 1815 : Collector and Magistrate of 
Trichinopoly. 1823 : Third Judge of the Provincial Court, 
Southern Division. 1824 : Second Judge of the Provincial Court, 
Southern Division. 1828: First Judge of the Provincial Court, 
Southern Division. 1830: Third Puisne Judge of the Sudder 
and Foujdarry Adawlut. 1831 : Second Puisne Judge of the 
Sudder and Foujdarry Adawlut. 1832 : First Puisne Judge of 
the Sudder and Foujdarry Adawlut. 1838: Chief Puisne Judge 
of the Sudder and Foujdarry Adawlut, and Member of Council 
of the Governor. 1841 : Member of Coimcil, and President of 
the Revenue, Marine, and College Boards. 1843: Resigned the 
service^ 24th Jcmuary, in India. {Annuitant on the Fund^ 
1843.) ^^H S^^^ March 1844, in England. 

LUSHINGTON, Thomas Davies.— 1832 : "Writer; Doing Duty 
as Assistant in the Chief Secretary's Office. 1834: Assistant 
under the Principal Collector and Magistrate of Malabar. 1836: 
Acting Head Assistant to the Principal Collector and^ Magistrate of 
Canara. 1837 : Head Assistant to the Principal Collector and 
Magistrate of Canara. 1842 : Additional Sub-Collector and Magis- 
trate of Canara. 1845 : Proceeded on furlough. 1849 : Returned 
to India. 1850 : Principal Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, 
QaniaJQ ; Sub-Collector and Joint IMagistrate, Salem. 185 1 : Agent 
to the Governor at KurnooL 1852 : Collector and Magistrate, 
IVIasuUpatam. 1857: Proceeded on furlough. 1858: Returned to 
India; Collector, Magistrate, and Agent to Governor, Ganjam. 
Died at sea, I'jth June 1858, on hoard the '' Hydaspes.'' 

LUSHINGTON, Franklyn.— 1838 : Writer. 1839: Under 
the Principal Collector, Malabar; Assistant to Collector and 
Magistrate, Chingieput. 1841 : Acting Second Assistant to the 
Accountant-General. 1842 : Second Assistant to the Accountant- 
General. 1 843 : Proceeded to Europe on furlough. 1 845 : Assistant 
to Collector and Magistrate, South Arcot. 1846 : Head Assistant 
to CoUector and Magistrate, South Arcot. 1847 : Acting Senior 
Deputy Register to the Court of Sudder and Foujdarry Adawlut. 
1849 • Senior Deputy Register to the Court of Sudder and Fouj- 
darry Adawlut. 1852: At first Acting Register, afterwards 



92 MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 

Kegister, to the Court of Sudder and Foujdarry Adawlut. 1855 : 
Civil Auditor, and Superintendent of Stamps. 1859 : Accountant, 
North- Western Provinces ; and Accountant to the Government of 
Bengal, i860 : Officiating Accountant-General, Madras. 1861 : 
Officiating Deputy Auditor and Accountant-General to the Gover- 
nor of Fort St. George. 1862 : On medical leave for 12 months. 
1863 : Deputy Auditor and Accountant-General, Madras. 187 1 : 
On furlough, 1873: Accountant-General, Madras; Resigned the 
service, 16th August. {Annuitant.) 

MACDONALD, Charles Edward.— 1826 : AVriter. 1828: 
Assistant to the Principal Collector of South Arcot. 1829 : Head 
Assistant to the Principal Collector of ]S"orth Arcot. 1832 : Addi- 
tional Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate of Cuddapah. Died^ 
i$th June 1832, at Cuddapah. 

MACDONELL, ^neas E.— 1807: Writer. 1808: Assistant 
to the Secretary in the Revenue and Judicial Department ; Assis- 
tant under the Register of the Sudder and Foujdarry Ada whit. 
1809: Assistant under the Assay Master j Head Assistant to the 
Collector of Cuddapah. 1816 : Head Assistant to the Magistrate 
at Cuddapah. 18 18: Secretary to the Honourable Mountstuart 
Elphinstone, Sole Commissioner for the Settlement of the Peishwah 
Territories. 1820: Private Secretary to Sir Thomas Munro, the 
Governor of Madras. 1822 : Third Member of the Board of 
Revenue. 1824: Second Member of the Board of Revenue. 
1832 : Member of the Marine Board. 1836 : First Member of the 
Board of Revenue. 1838 : At home on absentee allowance. {Annui- 
tant on the Fund in 1839.) Died^ 24th October 1868, in England. 

MACDOU ALL, John. — 1792: Writer. 1794: Assistant under 
the Secretary to the Board of Revenue, and Assistant to the 
Accountant-General. 1796 : Paymaster to the Expedition against 
Trincomallee. 1798: Paymaster to the Expedition at Columbo. 
1799: Collector of Columbo; Out of Employ. 1802: At home. 
1806: Returned to India. 1809: Civil Auditor. 18 10: Dutch 
Translator to Government. Died^ $th August 18 14, at Madras. 

MACKAY, George. — 1766: Appointed Senior Merchant and 
Member of Council of the Governor. 1777: Recalled by the 
order of the Genercd Court of Proxrrietors, gth May. 1780: At 
home, and suspended from the service. 

MACKENZIE, Alexander. — 1789: AVriter. 1790: Assistant 
under the Secretary in the PoUtical and Revenue Department 
1791 : Assistant imder the Board of Assumed Revenue. 1793: 



MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 93 

Assistant to the Commercial Resident at Vizagapatam. 1796: 
Deputy Commercial Resident at Ganjam. 1798: At home. 1801: 
Retuimed to India. 1802: Secretary to the Board of Trade; 
Commercial Resident at Vizagapatam and Ganjam. 1805 : Senior 
Judge of the Court of Circuit and Appeal, Southern Division. 
1807: At home. 1811: Out of the service. 

M'KERRELL, John. — 1804: Writer. 1806: Assistant under 
the Principal Collector in Canara ; Register of the Zillah of the 
Northern Division of Canara. iSi i : At ho7ne. 1812 : Returned 
to India ; Gentoo and Teloogoo Translator to Government. 1815 : 
Reporter of External Commerce, and Sheriff of ^ladras. 18 16: 
Superintendent of Police. 181 7 : Canarese Translator to Govern- 
ment. 1820: Mint-Master. {Annuitant on the Fund, from 12th 
May 1830.) Died in November 1835. 

MACKLIN, John Charles.— 1769 : Writer. No trace after 
1771. 

MACKONOCHIE, Robert.— 1800 : Writer. 1803: Assistant 
to the Collector of Ramnad and Tinnevelly ; At home for his 
health. 1809 : Returned to India; Deputy Mint-Master. 181 1 : 
Deputy Accountant in the Military Accounts Department. 181 2 : 
Out of employ. 1819 : Mint-Master. 1820: At home. 1826: 
Out of the service. {Annuitant on the Fund in 1842.) Died, igth 
February 1858, in England. 

MACLEAN, Alexander.— 181 7 : Writer. 182 1 : Assistant to 
the Collector and Magistrate of Chingleput. 1825 : Head Assis- 
tant to the Collector and Magistrate of Malabar. 1826 : Acting 
Head Assistant to the Register of the Sudder Court, and Sanscrit 
Examiner to the College Board. 1828 : Sub-Collector and Joint 
Magistrate of Malabar. 1830 : Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate 
of Canara; Judge and Criminal Judge of Combaconum. 1831 : 
Judge and Criminal Judge of Malabar. 1833 : Collector and Magis- 
trate of Chingleput. 1835 : Acting Malay alum Translator to Govern- 
ment. 1836 : Malayaluni Translator to Government. 1838 : Acting 
Temporary Member of the Board of Revenue ; Third Member of the 
Board of Revenue. 1839 : Collector'and Magistrate of Chingleput; 
Temporary Member of the Board of Revenue ; and Malayaluni Trans- 
lator to Government. 1845 : Collector and Magistrate, Cuddapah, 
and Malayaluni Translator to Government. 1848 : Third Member 
of the Board of Revenue, and ^Malayalum Translator to Government. 
1S50: Retired from the service, 1st May, in India. {Annuitant 
on the Fund, 1850.) Died, 2W1 November 1872, in England. 



94 MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 

MACLEOD, Alexander. — 1777: Writer. 1780: At home. 
1782 : Factor. 1790 : Senior Merchant, and one of the Collectors 
of the Jaghire Ke venue. 1792 : Collector in the Madura and 
Nellore Districts, and Peishcash of the Marwars. 1795 : Collector 
in the Dindigul Districts. 1800: Resident at Negapatam, and 
Revenue Assistant under the Resident at Nagore. 180T : At 
home. 1803 : Out of the service. 

MACLEOD, John M'Phersox. — 181 1: Writer. 1814: Second 
Assistant, afterwards First Assistant to Secretary to Government in 
the several Civil Departments. 1816 : Member and Secretary of 
the Committee for Revising the Customs Laws. 1820: At home 
on account of health. 1823 : Returned to India; Acting Secretary 
to Government in Financial and General Departments. 1824: 
Secretary to Government in Financial and General Departments. 
1825 : Tamil Translator to Government, Member of the College 
Board, of the Board of Public Instruction, and of the Mint Com- 
mittee. 1826: Persian Translator to Government. 1827: Secretary 
in the Revenue and Judicial Departments. 1829 : Temporary 
Member, afterwards Third Member of the Board of Revenue. 1832 : 
Commissioner for the Government of Mysore. 1834 : Deputed to 
Hyderabad on Special Duty by the Governor - General. 1835: 
Member of the Indian Law Commission. 1836: Member of the 
Committee for Revising the System of Prison DiscipHne through- 
out India. 1838 : At home on absentee allowance. 1841 : Retired 
from the service. {Annuitant on tlie Fund ^ 1841.) Died, 1st March 
1 88 1, in England. 

MAIDMAN, George. — 1793: Writer. 1796 : Assistant under 
the Collector in the Jaghire. 1798: Old of employ ; Assistant under 
the Commercial Resident at Ingeram. 1802 : Deputy Commercial 
Resident at Ingeram. 1807 : Commercial Resident in the Ceded 
Districts ; Commercial Resident at Masulipatam. Died, Sth April 
18 10, at Masulipatam. 

MAIDMAN, Charles. — 1801 : Writer. 1803 : Assistant to 
the Commercial Resident at Ingeram. 1807: Deputy Com- 
mercial Resident at Ingeram. Died, 2gth August 1824, at 
Ingeram. 

MAINWARING, William. — 1794: Writer. 1796: Assistant 
to the Secretary in Public, Commercial, and Revenue Department. 
1797 : Assistant to the Secretary in MiHtary, Political, and 
Secret Department, and French Translator. 1798 : Assistant to 
the Collector of the First Division of Masulipatam. 1800 : Assis- 



MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 95 

tant to the Collector of ^Muglatore. 1802 : Collector in the Zillah 
of Guntoor. 1803: Out of employ. 1804: Paymaster and Garri- 
son Storekeeper at Trichinopoly. 1806 : Paymaster and Garrison 
Storekeeper at Madura. 1810 : Out of employ. Died, ^th February 
18 1 2, at Tlnnevelly. 

MAITLAND, William. — 1763: Writer. 1768: Factor and 
Assistant at Cuddalore. 1771 : Junior Merchant and Fourth in 
Coimcil at Cuddalore. 1774: Senior Merchant and Fourth in 
Council at Cuddalore. 1776 : Third in Council at Cuddalore. No 
trace after 1782. 

MAITLAND, Adam. — 1824 : Writer. 1827 : Employed in the 
Mahratta Country under the Bombay Government. Died, 26th 
May 1828, at Dharwar. 

MAJENDIE, AxDREW. — 1766 : Writer. 1771 : Factor. 1774: 
Junior Merchant. 1778: Senior Merchant. 1782: At home. 
Died in 1793, in England. 

MALCOLM, Egbert. — 1781 : Writer. 1783: Assistant at 
Masulipatam. 1796 : Assistant to the Collector in the Fifth 
Division of Masulipatam District ; Commercial Eesident at Viza- 
gapatam. 1802 : Second Judge of the Court of Circuit and 
Appeal, Northern Division. 1808: At liome. 1809: Out of the 
service. 

MALTBY, Edward. — 1828 : Writer. 1831 : Second Assistant 
to the Principal Collector, Canara. 1833 : Acting Head Assistant, 
afterwards Head Assistant, to the Principal Collector and Magis- 
trate, Canara. 1835 • Acting Additional Sub-Collector and Joint 
Magistrate, Canara. 1837 : Additional, and afterwards Sub-Col- 
lector and Joint Magistrate, Canara. 1839 : Acting Principal 
Collector and Magistrate, Canara. 1841 : Proceeded on furlough 
to Europe. 1844 : Acting Deputy Collector, Madras; and Acting 
Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate, Xellore. 1 845 : Sub-Collector 
and Joint Magistrate, Xellore; Acting Collector and Magistrate, 
Chingleput. 1848 : Civil and Sessions Judge, Cuddapah. 1849 • 
Collector and Magistrate, Trichinopoly. 1851 : Collector and 
Magistrate, South Arcot. 1854: Third Member of the Board of 
Revenue ; and Member of the Board of Examiners. 1857 : Acting 
Chief Secretary to Government. 1858: Provincial Member of 
Council. 1859 : Member of Council of the Governor, and President 
of the Revenue and Marine Boards. 1864: Resigned the service, 
16th December. (Annuitant.) 

MALTBY, Francis Newcombe. — 1830 : Writer. 1832 : Register 



96 MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 



to the Zillah Court of Canara. 1834 : Acting Assistant Judge and 
Joint Criminal Judge, Malabar. 1835 : Acting Assistant Judge 
and Joint Criminal Judge, Canara; Acting Head Assistant to 
Principal Collector and Magistrate, Canara. 1836 : Kegister to 
the Zillah Court of Canara. 1837: Additional Sub-Collector 
and Joint Magistrate, Canara. 1841 : Sub-Collector and Joint 
Magistrate, Canara; Proceeded to Europe on furlough. 1845: 
Acting Assistant Judge, Mangalore. 1846: Sub-Collector and 
Joint Magistrate, Salem. 1850 : Agent to the Governor of Madras, 
at Kurnool; Collector and Magistrate, Canara. 1855: Acting 
Member of the Board of Revenue. 1856 : Financial and Judicial 
Commissioner of the Hyderabad Assigned Territories. 1858 : On 
medical leave to Europe. 1859: Resident at Travancore and 
Cochin. 1861 : On medical leave for 6 months. 1862 : Resigned 
the service, 1st May. {Annuitant.) Died, 2'jth Aiigust 1877, in 
North Britain. 

MARRIOTT, ^ViLLiAM.— 1795 : Writer. 1798 : Assistant under 
the Collector of BurramehaL 1799: Head Assistant under the 
Collector of Kistnagherry. 1801 : At home for his health. Died, 
iWi Fehn/anj 1805, in England. 

MARTIN, George Sullivan.— 178 i : Writer. 1783 : Assis- 
tant to the Secretary to the Select Committee in Bengal. 1784: 
Under the Resident at Tanjore. 1787 : Assistant under the Resi- 
dent at Negapatam. 1788: Under the Secretary, Secret Depart- 
ment ; Deputy Postmaster-General ; and Sheriff. 1789: Secre- 
tary to the Board of Trade. 1790: Paymaster at Palamcottah. 
1794: Commercial Resident in the Southern Provinces. 1796: 
Commercial Resident at Ramnad and Tinnevelly. 1799: At 
home. No trace after 1799. 

MARTINDALE, Joseph.— 1779 : Writer. No trace after 1782. 

MASON, John George.— 181 2 : AVriter. 1815 : Second Assis- 
tant to the Collector of Tanjore. 181 6: Head Assistant to the 
Collector of Ganjam ; Assistant Magistrate of Ganjam. Died, iSth 
December 181 7, in camp, at Itchaptore, 

MASON, William.— 18 13 : AVriter. 181 7 : Second Assistant 
to the Collector of Malabar, and Assistant Magistrate. 1821 : 
Head Assistant to the Collector of Malabar, and Magistrate of 
Malabar. 1825 : Sub-Collector and Assistant Magistrate of Mala- 
bar. 1826 : Sub-Collector and Assistant Magistrate of Bellary. 
1831 : Collector and Magistrate of Guntoor. 1832: Collector and 
Magistrate of Yizagapatam. Died, 2d Julij 1834, at Vizagapatam, 



MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 97 

MASON, Wheeler Hood George. — 1832: "Writer. 1834: 
Assistant to the Collector and Magistrate of Masulipatam. 
1835 • Assistant to the Collector and IMagistrate of Chingleput. 
1837: Acting Head Assistant Collector and Magistrate of Chingle- 
put. 1838: Head Assistant to Collector and Magistrate of Chingle- 
put. 1839 • Assistant to Collector and Magistrate of Vizagapatam. 
1 840 : Assistant to Agent of the Governor, Collector, and Magi- 
strate, Vizagapatam. Died, 2d August 1842, at Madras. 

MATHISON, Archibald Stirling. — 1830: Writer. 1832: 
Assistant to the Collector and Magistrate of Rajahmundry. 1833 : 
Head Assistant to the Collector and Magistrate of Guntoor. 1836 : 
Officiating Joint Criminal Judge of Guntoor. 1838 : Acting Sub- 
Collector and Joint Magistrate of IS'ellore. 1839: Sub-Collector 
and Joint Magistrate of iSTellore. 1843 • Proceeded on furlough. 
1846 : Returned to India. 1847 : Principal Assistant to Agent of 
the Governor, Collector, and Magistrate, Vizagapatam. 1852 : 
Civil and Sessions Judge, Chittoor. 1856: Proceeded on furlough. 
1859 : Resigned the service, igth February, in India. {Annuitant.) 

MAUNSELL, Robert.— 1763 : Writer. 1768 : Factor. 1771 : 
Junior Merchant and Paymaster at Itchapore. 1774: Senior 
Merchant, and Assistant at Ganj am. 1776: Senior Merchant, and 
Second in Council at Ganjam. 1790 : At home, 1792 : Out of 
the service. 

MAXTONE, Charles. — 1769 : Writer. 1774: Factor and 
Assistant at Vizagapatam. 1778: Junior Merchant. 1780: 
Senior Merchant. 1790: At home. 1793: Senior Merchant 
without Employ. 1800 : Commercial Resident at Ingeram. 1803 : 
Postmaster-General and Mihtary Paymaster at the Presidency, and 
of Extraordinaries. 1806 : First Judge of the Court of Circuit and 
Appeal, Centre Division. 1808 : First Judge of the Court of Cir- 
cuit and Appeal, Centre Division, and Acting Judge of the Sudder 
and Foujdarry Adawlut Courts. Died, 24th Februanj 1809. 

MAXWELL, Hugh.— 1773 : Writer. 1778: Factor. 1782: 
Junior Merchant. 1 790 : Senior Merchant, and Manager of the Gan- 
jam Havelly. 1792: Member of the Revenue Board. Died ^■7^ 1 793. 

MAYNAND, JosiAS. — 1767: Writer. 1771 : At home. 1774: 
Factor (but still at home). 1776: Junior Merchant; At home ; 
Resigned the service. 

MAYNE, Dawson.— 1837 : Writer. 1838: Assistant to the 
Principal Collector and Magistrate of Bellary. 1841 : Head Assis- 
tant to Principal Collector and Magistrate, Cuddapah. 1850: 



98 MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 

Subordinate Judge, Cuddapah. 1852 : P^'oceeded 07i furlough. 
1855: Returned to India; Subordinate Judge, Bellary. 1858: 
Civil and Sessions Judge, Madura. Died, 2^d November 1858, 
at Tidticorin. 

MEGGISON, BoBERT. — 1804 : Writer. 1808 : Assistant under 
the Collector of Cuddapah. Died, 20th May 1808, at Cuddapah. 

MELLOE, Abel. — 1824 : Writer. 1828 : Head Assistant to 
the Principal Collector at Madura. 1832 : Sub-Collector and Joint 
Magistrate of Tinnevelly. 1835 : At home on absentee allowance. 
1838: Returned to India overland. 1839: Acting Civil Auditor 
and Superintendent of Stamps. 1840 : Collector and Magistrate, 
Bellary. 1850: Resigned the service, ^th November, in India. 
{Annuitant on the Fund, 185 1.) Died, 16th Jidy 1878, England. 

MICHELL, William.— 1773 : Writer. 1778: Factor. 1782: 
Junior Merchant. 1790 : Senior Merchant, and Assistant at Tan- 
jore. 1792: Kesident at Nagore. 1794: At home. 1800: Out 
of the service. 

MICHELL, Henry Chickley. — 1777 : Writer. 1782 : Factor. 
1790 : Senior Merchant, and Member of the Board of Trade ; Rental 
General and Scavenger. 1792 : Member of the Board of Trade 
and Export Warehouse-keeper. 1795: In England. 1796: Dis- 
missed by order of the Court of Directors, dated 2,0th March. 

MICROP, Isaac Yan. — 1776: Writer. 1782: Factor. No 
trace after 1782. 

MITCHELL, John. — 1829: AVriter. 183 1 : Second Assistant 
to the Collector and Magistrate of Tinnevelly. 1833 : Register of 
the Zillah of Combaconum. Died, ist March 1834. 

MITFORD, John. — 1771 : Writer. 1776: Factor. 1780: 
Junior Merchant. 1 782 : Senior Merchant and Export Warehouse- 
keeper. 1795 : At home. 1801 : Member of the Board of Trade. 
1806 : At home. 1809 : Out of the service. 

MOLE, Frederick. — 1830: Writer. 1833: Assistant to the 
Principal Collector and Magistrate of Salem. 1834: Register of 
Salem. 1836 : Acting Head Assistant to the Principal Collector 
and Magistrate of Salem. 1837 : Register of the Zillah Court of 
Salem. Died, 1st December 1842, at Salem. 

MOLLE, William Macquarie. — 1832 : Writer. 1833 : Assis- 
tant to the Principal Collector of South Arcot. 1834 : Assistant 
to the Collector of Tinnevelly. 1838 : Head Assistant to the Col- 
lector and Magistrate of Tinnevelly. 1841 : Out of employ. 
1844 : Head Assistant to Collector and Magistrate of Tanjore. 



MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 99 

1845 • Head Assistant to Collector and Magistrate of Trichinopoly. 
1846 : Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate, Cuddapah. 1847 : Pro- 
ceeded on furlough. 1850 : Returned to India ; Sub-Collector and 
Joint Magistrate, Coimbatore. 1856 : Civil and Sessions Judge, 
Honore. 1861 : Proceeded on furlough; Resigned the service^ Wi 
June, in England. {Annuitant in 1861.) 

MONCKTON,Edwaed.— 1762 : Writer. 1768 : Factor. 1771 : 
Junior Merchant. 1774: Senior Merchant. 1780: Out of the 
service. 

MONCKTON, George Packenham.— 1837 : Writer. 1839 : 
Assistant to the Collector and Magistrate of Malabar. 1844 : 
Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, ^N'orthern Division of Arcot. 
1845 * Ryoceeded on furlough. 1848 : Pensioned, T^oth August. 

MONEY, Septimus. — 1802 : Writer. 1805 : Assistant to the 
Secretary in the Eevenue and Judicial Department. 1806 : Eegister 
of the Zillah of Chittoor. 1813 : Judge and Magistrate of Cochin. 
181 7 : Judge and Criminal Judge of Dharapooram, afterwards 
of Coimbatore. 182 1 : Judge and Criminal Judge of Cuddapah. 
1824: At home. 1826: Returned to India; Acting Additional 
Judge of Provincial Court, Northern Division. 1828 : Third 
Judge of Provincial Court, ]^orthern Division. Died, 14th August 
1830, at Masidipatam. 

MONK, William Garrow. — 1804 : Writer. 1805 : Assistant 
under the Principal Collector of Coimbatore. 1806 : Register of 
the Zillah of Coimbatore. 1811 : At home. 1814 : Returned to 
India ; Register of the Zillah of Coimbatore. 1820 : Judge and 
Criminal Judge of Tinnevelly. 1822: Judge and Criminal Judge of 
Chicacole. 1827: At home on absentee allowance. {Annuitcmt on the 
Fund from 1st January 1829.) Died, 2>d March 1859, in England. 

MONTGOMERIE, William.— 1804 : Writer. 1806 : Assistant 
under the Register of the Sudder and Poujdarry Adawlut. 1807 : 
Assistant to the Register of the Zillah of Yizagapatam. 1809 : 
Register of the Zillah of Ganjam. 1811 : Deputy Commercial 
Resident at Vizagapatam. 1818 : Deputy Commercial Resident at 
Maddepollam and Masulipatam. 1823 : Assistant to the Com- 
mercial Resident at the General Factory at Ingeram. 1824 : 
Deputy Commercial Resident at the General Factory at Ingeram. 
1826: Commercial Resident at Tinnevelly. 1831 : Out of employ. 
1832 : At home on absentee alloivance. {Annuitant on the Fund 
from \st May 1834.) Died, 2yl October 1852, in England. 

MONTGOMERIE, Hugh.— 181 2 : Writer. 1816 : Head Assis- 



100 MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 

tant to the Collector and Magistrate of Yizagapatani ; Assistant 
Magistrate at Vizagapatam. 1826 : Deputy Commercial Kesident 
at the Factory of Ingeram. 1830 : Sub^Collector and Joint 
Magistrate of Tinnevelly. 1832 : Judge and Criminal Judge of 
Nellore. 1833: At liome on absentee allowance. 1835 : iJe^^^rwecf 
to India, per '' Mary Ann" 1836 : Acting Third Judge of the 
Provincial Court, Northern Division ; Acting Judge and Criminal 
Judge of Rajahmundry. 1838 : Acting Second Judge of the Pro- 
vincial Court, Northern Division; Judge and Criminal Judge of Cud- 
dapah ; Third Judge of the Provincial Court, Northern Division. 
1840 : Second Judge of the Provincial Court of Appeal and 
Circuit, Northern Division. 1841 : First Judge of the Provincial 
Court of Appeal and Circuit, Northern Division. 1842 : Resigned 
the service, 12th May. {Annuitant on the Fund, 1842.) Died, 
24th February 1864, in England. 

MONTGOMERY, Sir Henry Contngham, Bart. — 1825 : 
Writer. 1827 : Assistant to the Principal Collector and Magistrate 
of Nellore. 1828 : Head Assistant to the Principal Collector of 
Nellore ; Head Assistant to the Principal Collector of Tanjore. 
1830 : Acting Additional Sub Collector of Salem ; Additional Sub- 
Collector and Joint Magistrate of Tanjore. 1832 : Sub-Collector 
and Joint Magistrate of Tanjore. 1836 : At home for his health. 
1838 : Returned to India, per " Windsor:' 1839 : Acting Princi- 
pal Collector and Magistrate of Bellary. 1840 : Sub-Collector and 
Joint Magistrate, Tanjore. 1841 : Principal Collector and Magis- 
trate of Tinnevelly. 1843 : Collector and Magistrate of Tanjore. 
1847 : Secretary to Government in Revenue and Judicial Depart- 
ment. 1850: Chief Secretary to Government. 1855 : Chief Secre- 
tary to Government ; Provisional Member of Council ; afterwards 
Member of Council, and Chief Judge of the Sudder Dewannee 
and Sudder Foujdarry Adawluts. 1857 : Resigned the service, 
2gth October, in India. {Annuitant on the Fund, 1859.) Died, 
24th June 1878, in England. 

MOORE, George. — 1796: Writer. 1799: Assistant in the 
MiHtary, Secret, and Political Department. 1802 : Register of 
Passports. 1804 : Head Assistant to the Secretary in the Revenue 
and Judicial Department, and Postmaster-General. 1806 : Deputy 
Accountant-General and Commercial. 181 2 : Superintendent of 
Stamps. 1 8 14: Civil Auditor. Died, 12th December 1834, at 
Madras. 

MOORE, Thomas Perring.— 1806 : Writer. 1808 : Assistant 



MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS,^ " loi 

to the Secretary to the Board of Revenue. Lost on his passage 
home, 14th March 1809, in the ship ^^ Jane Duchess of Gordon." 

MOORE, Mark. — 1831 : AVriter. 1834 : Assistant to the Prin- 
cipal Collector and Magistrate of Salem. Died^ 26th November 
1835, at Madras. 

MORDAUNT, Charles. — 1765 : Writer and Assistant at Cud- 
dalore. 1771 : Factor and Assistant at Cuddalore. 1774: Junior 
Merchant. 1776: Senior Merchant. 1778: At home; Returned 
to India. Died, April 1780. 

MOREHEAD, William Ambrose. — 1824: Writer. 1828: 
Assistant to the Principal Collector, Xorth Arcot ; subsequently 
appointed Register of the Zillah of Chingleput. 1830 : Head 
Assistant to the Principal Collector and Magistrate, Chingleput. 
1832 : Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate, Cuddapah ; afterwards 
Acting Judge and Criminal Judge, Cuddapah. 1833 : Acting 
Assistant Judge and Joint Criminal Judge, Chingleput. 1834: 
Acting Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate, Xorth Arcot ; Officiating 
Sub-Collector and Magistrate, South Arcot ; Acting Assistant Judge 
and Joint Criminal Judge, Chingleput. 1836 : Assistant Judge 
and Joint Criminal Judge, Chingleput ; {Proceeded to Europe on 
prrivate affairs.) 1840 : Acting Deputy Collector, Madras; Acting 
Secretary to the College Board ; and Acting Judge and Criminal 
Judge at Chingleput. 1841 : Acting Judge and Criminal Judge, 
Canara ; Acting Judge and Criminal Judge at Madura ; and Judge 
and Criminal Judge, Chingleput. 1843 : Acting Principal Col- 
lector and Magistrate, Madura; and Civil and Sessions Judge, 
Chingleput. 1846 : Officiating Puisne Judge of the Court of 
Sudder and Foujdarry Adawlut. 1847 • Third Puisne Judge of 
the Court of Sudder and Foujdarry Adawlut; also Member of 
the College Board. 185 i : Absent on medical leave. 1854 : Presi- 
dent of the Board of Examiners. 1855 : Provisional Member of 
Council. 1856: Proceeded to Europe on medical leave. 1857: 
Member of Council, and Chief Judge of the Court of Sudder 
and Foujdarry Adawlut. 1859 : Commissioner for Inquiring into 
the System of Judicature in the Presidency, i860 : Governor 
and President in Council. 1862 : Resigned the service, 2gth 
October. {Annuitant.) 

MORRIS, John Carnac. — 1818 : Writer. 1820: Assistant to 
the Chief Secretary to Government. 182 1 : Head Assistant to 
the Collector and Magistrate of Masulipatam. 1822 : Senior 
Deputy Secretary to the Board of Revenue. 1823: Deputy 



102 MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 



Teloogoo Translator to Government. 1824 : Secretary to the 
College Board ; Secretary' to the Civil Fund. 1825 : Assistant to 
tiie Collector of Sea Customs at the Presidency. 1829 : At home 
on absentee allowance. 1831 : Returned to India, per ^^ Duke of 
Buccleuch;" Acting Secretary to the Board of Revenue. 1832: 
Secretary to the Board of Revenue and Teloogoo Translator to 
Government ; Acting Register of the Sudder and Foujdarry 
Adawlut ; Trustee to St. George's Church. 1833 : Register to 
the Sudder and Foujdarry Adawlut. 1834 : Acting Secretary and 
Treasurer to the Government Bank ; Acting Sub-Treasurer. 1835 : 
Superintendent and Treasurer of the Government Bank, and Sub- 
Treasurer. 1837 : Member of the Mint Committee. 1838 : Acting 
Temporary Member of the Board of Revenue. 1839 : Civil Auditor 
and Superintendent of Stamps, Member of the College Board and 
Mint Committee, also Teloogoo Translator to Government. 1843 : 
Civil Auditor and Superintendent of Stamps, Member of the 
College Board, and Teloogoo Translator to Government. 1846 : 
Resigned the service, 1st July. {Annuitant on the Fund, 1846.) 
Died, 2d Au'just 1858, in England. 

MORRIS, Henry. — 1823: Writer. 1825: Assistant to the 
Collector and Magistrate of Nellore. 1826 : Head Assistant to 
the Principal Collector and Magistrate of Xorthern Division of 
Arcot. 1828 : Head Assistant to the Principal Collector and 
Magistrate of South Arcot. 1829 : Sub-Collector and Joint Magis- 
trate of Madura. 1830 : Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate of 
Coimbatore. 1835: Acting Assistant Judge of Salem; Acting 
Deputy Collector of Madras. 1836 : Commissioner for Drawing 
Lotteries; Officiating Police Magistrate. 1837: At home on 
absentee allowance. 1841 : Returned to India. 1842 : Third 
Judge of the Provincial Court of Appeal and Circuit, Western 
Division. 1844: Civil and Sessions Judge, Calicut. 1852: 
Resigned the service, ^oth July. {Annuitant on the Fund^ 
1852.) 

MORTLOCK, Henry.— 1808 : Writer. 1810 : Assistant to the 
Register of the Sudder and Foujdarry Adawlut ; Fixed Examiner 
to the Sudder and Foujdarry Adawlut. 181 1 : Deputy Persian 
Translator to Government ; First Assistant to the Sudder Adawlut. 
1813 : Deputy Register to the Sudder and Foujdarry Adawlut. 
1816 : At home. 1818 : Returned to India; Cashier to the Govern- 
ment Bank. 181 9 : Deputy Persian Translator to Government. 
1820 : Deputy Register of the Sudder Adawlut; Secretary to the 



MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 103 

College Board. 1823: At home. 1824: Resigned, 1st September, 
in England. {Accepted an Annuity from the Civil Fund from 
ist Januanj 1828.) Died, i^th Fehruarij 1837, in England. 

MOWBRAY, George.— 1 77 1 : Senior Merchant, with fixed 
Appointment as Accountant. 1791 : Member of the Board of 
Ke venue. 1793: At home; Retired from service. 

MUNRO, Robert Duncan.— 1765 : Writer. 1771 : Factor. 
1774 : Junior Merchant. 1776 : Senior Merchant; Paymaster at 
Chingleput. 1791 : Second in Council at Ganjam. 1792 : At 
home. Died, 1795, in India. 

MUNRO, James A.— 1806 : Writer. 1807: Assistant to the 
Collector of the Northern Division of Arcot. 1808 : Old of em- 
ploy ; Acting Register of the Zillah of Salem. 1809: Register 
of the ZiUah of Salem. 181 2 : Register of the Zillah of Coim- 
batore. 182 1 : Sub-Collector and Magistrate of Coimbatore. 1823 : 
Collector and Magistrate of Tinnevelly. Died, 2'^d May 1827, at 
Pcdamcottah. 

MUNRO, John Collins.— 181 7 : Writer. 1819 : Employed 
in the late Peishwah's Dominions. Died, 11th December 1824, at 
Kittoor. 

MURRAY, The Hon. Leveston Granville Keith. — 1792 : 
Writer. 1793: Assistant under the Secretary in the Pubhc, 
Revenue, and Commercial Department. 1796: Deputy Com- 
mercial Resident at Salem. 1797 : Assistant under the Collector 
in the First Division of Masulipatam. 1798: Paymaster and 
Garrison Storekeeper at Innacondah and its Dependencies. 1799: 
Paymaster and Garrison Storekeeper at A^izagapatam and its 
Dependencies. 1803 : Collector of the Zillah of Yizagapatam. 
1805 : Out of Employ. 1806 : Collector of Madras. 1807 : 
General Agent for the "Monopoly of Salt. 1809: MiHtary Pay- 
master-General. 18 to: Collector of Rajahmmidry. 1812: Out 
of employ. 18 14: Superintendent of Investments and in Charge 
of the Import Warehouse. 1819 : Second Member of the Board 
of Trade. 1820: Collector of Madras. 1828: Superintendent of 
Stationery. 1830 : Collector of Sea Customs at Madras. {Annui- 
tant on the Fund, gth May 1831.) Died, 6th January 1837. 

MURRAY, Mackenzie. — 1832 : Writer. 1833 : Assistant under 
the Principal Collector and Magistrate of Salem. 1836 : Act- 
ing Register of the Zillah of Canara; Register of the Zillah of 
CuddapaL 1838 : Acting Head Assistant to the Principal Col- 
lector and Magistrate of Xellore. 1839 : Register of the Zillah 



104 MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 

Court of Cuddapah. 1840: Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate, 
Southern Division of Arcot. 1844 : Proceeded 071 furlough. 1846 : 
Returned to India. 1847 : Sub- Collector and Joint Magistrate, 
Cuddapah. 1854: Collector and Magistrate, Cuddapah. i860: 
Proceeded on furlough. 1 86 1 : Resigned the service in England. 
{Annuitant on the Fund, 186 1.) Died, 14th February 1876, in 
England. 

NAPIER, Francis. — 1796: Writer. 1797: Assistant under 
the Secretary to the Board of Trade. Died, igth July 1797. 

NEAVE, William Augustus. — 1821 : Writer. 1825: Assis- 
tant to the Principal Collector and Magistrate of the Northern 
Division of Arcot. 1826 : Head Assistant to the Collector and 
Magistrate of Salem. 1827 : Head Assistant to the Collector and 
Magistrate of Chingleput. 1828 : Head Assistant to the Principal - 
Collector of Coimbatore. 1830 : Sub-Collector and Joint Magis- 
trate of Malabar. 1832: Deputy Accountant-General ; Acting 
Mint-Master ; Assistant Judge and Joint Criminal Judge of 
Chingleput. 1836: At home on absentee allowance. 1839: Re- 
turned to India; Acting Judge and Criminal Judge of Salem. 
1840 : Judge and Joint Criminal Judge of Salem. 1842 : Third 
Judge of the Provincial Court of Appeal and Circuit, Southern 
Division. 1844 : Civil and Sessions Judge, Rajahmundry. Died 
on his passage to Europe, yl October 1844, on board the " Sama- 
rang.'' 

NELSON, Robert. — 1816 : Writer. 18 18: Second Assistant 
to the Collector and Magistrate of Salem. 182 1 : Head Assistant 
to the Collector and Magistrate of Salem ; Leave to St. Helena, and 
eventually to England. 1824: Returned to India ; Head Assistant 
to the Collector and Magistrate of Madura. 1827 : Sub- Collector 
and Joint Magistrate of Tanjore. 1831 : Acting Collector and 
Magistrate of Trichinopoly. 1832 : Acting Collector and Magis- 
trate of Masulipatam ; Acting Zillah Judge of Salem ; Acting 
Third Judge of Provincial Court, Centre Division. 1833 : Judge 
and Criminal Judge of Malabar. 1836 : Acting Third Judge of 
the Provincial Court, Southern Division. 1837 : At home on 
absentee allowance. 1842 : Absent five years from India. 

NEWBERY, Edward.— 1829 : Writer. 1831 : Second Assis- 
tant to the Collector of Masulipatam. 1833: Register of the 
Zillah of Chicacole. 1 834 : Assistant Judge of Rajahmundry. 1837: 
Acting Assistant Judge and Joint Criminal Judge of Guntoor. 
1838 : Assistant Judge and Joint Criminal Judge of Guntoor. 1839 : 



MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS, 105 



Acting Judge and Criminal Judge of Cuddapah. 1840 : Assistant 
Judge and Joint Criminal Judge of Guntoor. 1841 : Proceeded on 
furloiujli. Died, 2'jth Auguat 1842, in Etir/Iand. 

NEWBOLT, John Digby.— 1814 : Writer. 1816 : Assistant to 
the Collector of Cliingleput ; Kegister of the Zillah of Chittoor. 
1 818: At Jwme. 1822: Returned to India; Head Assistant to 
the Collector and Magistrate of Masulipatam. 1824 : Head Assis- 
tant to the Collector and Magistrate of Ganjam. Died, 12th 
Septemher 1826. 

NEWNHAM, Thomas. — 1799 : Writer. 1800 : Assistant under 
the Secretary in the Revenue and Judicial Department. 1803: 
Register of the Zillah Court of Ramnad. 1805 : Officiating Judge 
and Magistrate of Ramjiad. 1806 : Judge and Magistrate of the 
Zillah of Arnee. 1808: British Agent for Captured Property at 
Tranquebar; Commissioner at Tranquebar; Judge, Magistrate, 
and Collef^tor of Seringapatam. 1809 : Register of the Sudder 
and Toujdarry Adawlut ; Commissioner to Receive Depositions at 
Madras ; Judge and Magistrate of the Zillah of Cuddapah. 1816 ; 
Judge and Criminal Judge of Cuddapah. 182 1 : Acting Judge 
in Circuit, Centre Division ; Judge and Criminal Judge of Cudda- 
pah; Third Judge of Provincial Court of Appeal and Circuit, 
Northern Division, and Acting Third Judge of Provincial Court 
of Appeal, Centre Division. 1822: Third Judge of Provincial 
Court, Centre Division, and Acting in Northern Division. 1824 : 
Second Judge of Provincial Court, Centre Division. 1828 : Act- 
ing Judge, afterwards Senior Judge of Provincial Court, Western 
Division, and Acting in Centre Division. 1830: Acting First 
Judge of Provincial Court, Centre Division; Permitted as Pirst 
Judge, Western Division, to leave Chittoor for Madras. 1831 : 
Resumed at Tellicherry the Duties of First Judge of Provincial 
Court, Western Division. 1833 : Resigned the service ; Annuitant 
from 1st Mag. Died, 2gth September 1861, m England, 

NICHOLLS, Solomon. — 1806 : Writer. 1807 : Assistant under 
the Chief Secretary in the Foreign, Political, and Secret Depart- 
ment ; Assistant to the Collector of Tinnevelly. 1808: Deputy 
Commercial Resident at Tinnevelly. 181 1 : Deputy Commercial 
Resident at Salem. 181 2 : At liome. 1817 : Returned to India; 
Deputy Accountant-General in the Military Department. 1822: 
Deputy Accountant-General in the Military Department, Commer- 
cial Accountant, and Auditor. 1826: Judge and Criminal Judge of 
Madura. 1830 : Third Judge, Provincial Court, Southern Division. 



io6 MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS, 

1831 : At home on absentee alloivance. 1833 : Returned to India, 
per ''Orient." 1834: Second Judge of Provincial Court, Northern 
Division. 1836 : Retired from service. {Annuitant on the Fund.) 

NISBET, JosiAH. — 1807: AVriter. 1810: Assistant to the 
Chief Secretary in the Secret, Pohtical, and Foreign Department. 
181 1 : Assistant to the Collector of Eellary. 1814 : Head Assis- 
tant to the Collector of Bellary. 1816 : Assistant Magistrate of 
Bellary. 1819 : Employed in the late Peishwah's Dominions. 
1822: At home. 1824: Returned to India. 1825: Principal 
Collector and Magistrate of the Northern Division of Arcot. 1827 : 
Prmcipal Collector and Pohtical Agent at Dharwar, under the 
Bombay Government. Died, ^th August 1834, at Dharwar. 

NORMAN, Martin. — 1852 : Writer. 1853 : Assistant to Col- 
lector and Magistrate, Madura. 1857: Deputy Secretary to 
Government, Kevenue Department. Died, 16th October 1859, at 
Chiselhurd. 

NORRIS, Henry. — 1769: Writer. 1774: Factor and Assis- 
tant at Yizagapatam. 1778: Junior Merchant. 1780: Senior 
Merchant. No trace after 1782. 

OAKELEY, Charles. —1767: Writer. 1774: Factor. 1776: 
Junior Merchant. 1778: Senior Merchant. 1790: Created a 
Baronet, t^th June ; Appointed INIember of Council of the Governor. 
1792: Succeeded as Governor of Madras; Assumed charge of 
office, id August. 1794 : EmharTied for England, 2gth September. 

OAKES, Thomas.— 1770: Writer. 1776: Factor and Assis- 
tant at Ganjam. 1778: Junior Merchant. 1782: Senior Mer- 
chant. 1792: Senior Merchant and IMember of the Board of 
Revenue. 1795: At home. 1802: In India ivithout emploij. 
1803: Second Member of the Board of Revenue. 1804: Senior 
Member of the Board of Revenue. 1806 : Out of the service. 

OAKES, Thomas Alexander. — 1802: Writer; Assistant to 
the Secretary in the Revenue and Judicial Department, and Acting 
Assistant to the Special Commission. 1805 : Assistant to the 
Register in the Zillah of Yizagapatam. 1806 : Register of the 
Zillah of the Eastern Division of the Ceded District. 1808: 
Subordinate Collector at Coimbatore ; First Assistant to the 
Collector of Xellore. 181 1: Collector of Yizagapatam. 181 2 : 
Collector and Magistrate of Guntoor. 1823: At home. 1828: 
Returned to India ; Second Judge of the Provincial Court, Centre 
Division. 1830 : First Judge of the Provincial Court, Centre 
Division. 1832 : Officiating Third Judge of the Sudder and Fouj- 



MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 107 



dairy Adawlut. 1838 : Officiating Second Judge of the Sudder 
and Foujdany Adawlut. 1839: First Judge of the Provincial 
Court of Appeal and Circuit, Centre Division. 1840: Proceeded 
on furlough. Died, 12th September 1840, in London. 

OAKES, Henry Egbert.— 1804 : AVriter; Assistant under the 
Secretary to the Board of Revenue. 1806 : Register of the Zillah 
of Manar Goody. 1808 : Acting Register of the Zillah of Madura ; 
Register of the Zillah of Madura. 1809: Register of the Zillah 
of Yizagapatam. 181 1 : Assistant Judge of Combaconum. 1813 : 
Collector of Rajahmundry. 181 7 : At home. 1819 : Returned to 
India; Commercial Resident at the Ceded Districts. 1820: 
Dismissed the service, 2^th October, in England. 

OAKES, Charles E.~i82 2 : Writer. 1825 : Assistant to the 
Collector and Magistrate of Tinnevelly. 1828: Register of the 
Zillah of Nellore; Register to the Provincial Court, Northern 
Division. 1831 : At home on absentee allowance. 1833 : Returned 
to India, per " Vansittart ; " Acting Judge and Criminal Judge of 
Chittoor. 1836 : Assistant Judge and Criminal Judge of Guntoor. 
Died, 20th August 1837, at Ootacamund. 

OGILVIE, Thomas.— 177 1 : Writer. 1776: Factor. 1780: 
Junior Merchant. 1782: Senior Merchant. 1790: Out of the 
service. 

OGILVIE, John Hugh Donald.— 1789 : Writer. 1790: 
Assistant under the Secretary in the Mihtary, Political, and Secret 
Department. 1793: Assistant under the Resident at Ingeram 
and MaddepoUam. 1796: Deputy Commercial Resident at Ingeram. 
1798: Deputy Commercial Resident at Ganjam. 1802: Head 
Assistant to the Manager for the Supply of Beetle, and Collector 
of Revenue derived from the Sale of Arrack, &c.; Collector of 
Madras, and Superintendent of Revenue of Home Farm Villages, 
Arrack and Toddy Quit Rent, and Company's Lands in Black 
Town. 1806 : Second Judge of the Provincial Court, Centre 
Division. 1807 : Collector of Madras. 1809 : Mint-Master. 
1819 : Third Judge of the Sudder and Foujdarry Adawlut. 1 820 : 
Fourth Member of Council and President of the Sudder Adawlut. 
1821 : Senior Member of the Board of Trade. 1824 : Member of 
Council. 1830 : At home on absentee allowance. (Annuitant on the 
Fund from 1st May 1831.) Lied, loth March, 1851, in England. 
OGILVIE, George Macartney.— i 8 1 2 : Writer. 1 8 1 6 : Second 
Assistant to the Collector and Magistrate of the Southern Division 
of Arcot. 1818 : Head Assistant to the Collector and Magistrate 



io8 MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 

of Tanjore. 1823 : Sub-Collector and Assistant Magistrate of 
Cuddapah. 1828 : At home on absentee allowance. 1832 : Re- 
turned to India; Collector and Magistrate of Ganjam. 1835 : 
Principal Collector and Magistrate of Canara ; Third Judge of the 
Provincial Court, Southern Division. 1836 : Acting Principal 
Collector and Magistrate of the I^^orthern Division of Arcot. 1837 : 
Principal Collector and Magistrate of North Arcot. 1842 : Re- 
signed the service. {Annuitant on the Fund, 1842.) Died, ^th 
February 1878, in England. 

OGILVIE, William Cecil. — 1825 : Writer. 1827 : Assistant 
to the Collector and Magistrate of Masulipatam. 1828: Head 
Assistant to the Collector and Magistrate of Masulipatam ; Secretary 
to the Board of College and for Public Instruction ; and Deputy 
Teloogoo Translator to Government. 1829 : Head Assistant to 
the Secretary in the Revenue Department. 1831 : Additional 
Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate of Canara. 1832 : Additional 
Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate of Salem. 1833 : Sub-Collector 
and Joint Magistrate of Salem. 1838 : Acting Collector and 
Magistrate of Trichinopoly. 1839 : Acting Judge and Criminal 
Judge of Combaconum. 1842 : Judge and Criminal Judge, 
Bellary. 1844: Civil and Sessions Judge, Bellary. 1845 • ^'*^" 
ceeded on furlough ; Resigned the service, ijth September, in Eng- 
land. {Anmdtant on the Fund, 1849.) Died, 24th April 1868, in 
England. 

OGILVIE, Alexander. — 1845: AVriter. 1848: Assistant to 
Collector and ^Magistrate, Chingleput. 185 1 : Proceeded on fur- 
lough . 1856:^ bsen t from India five years. 

OLIVER, William. — 1800 : Writer. 1805 : Second Assistant, 
afterwards First Assistant, to the Register of the Sudder and Pouj- 
darry Adawlut. 1807 : Deputy Persian Translator to Government. 
181 1 : Secretary to the Board of Revenue; Persian Translator to 
Government. 1813 : Register of the Sudder and Foujdarry Adaw- 
lut. 1824 : Second Judge, afterwards First Judge, of the Pro- 
vincial Court, Southern Division. 1826 : Third Puisne Judge of 
the Sudder and Foujdarry Adawlut. 1830 : Second Puisne Judge 
of the Sudder and Foujdarry Adawlut. 1831 : Member of Council, 
and President of the Sudder Court. 1836 : Retired from service. 
{Annuitant on the Fund.) 

ONSLOW, Arthur Poolet. — 1822: Writer. 1826: Assistant 
to the Principal Collector and Magistrate of Coimbatore. 1828 : 
Leave to sea for his health. 1830 : Head Assistant to the Collector 



MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS, 109 

of Masulipatam. 1831 : Head Assistant to the Collector and Magis- 
trate of Bellary. 1832 : Acting as Cashier to the Government Bank ; 
Acting Judge and Joint Criminal Judge of Chingleput. 1833 : Sub- 
Collector and Joint Magistrate of Bellary. 1835 : Secretary to the 
Board of Revenue. 1839 : Collector and Magistrate of Trichinopoly. 
1850 : Collector, Magistrate, and Agent to the Governor, Ganjam. 
1854: Proceeded on furlougli, 1855: Resigned the service, 1st 
January, in India. [Annuitant on the Fund, 1856.) 

ONSLOW, Thomas. — 183 1 : Writer. 1833 : Assistant to Prin- 
cipal Collector and Magistrate, Bellary. 1834 : Acting Register 
to the Zillah Court of Cuddapah. 1835 : At first Acting, and 
afterwards Register to the Zillah Court of Chittoor. 1840 : Acting 
Deputy Collector of Land Customs, Madras. 1841 : Acting 
Assistant Judge and Joint Criminal Judge, Rajahmundry. 1842 : 
Proceeded on furlough. 1845 : Acting Assistant Judge of the 
Zillah of Calicut. 1846: Acting Sub-Judge of the Zillah of 
Calicut. 1847: Sub-Judge of the Zillah of Cuddapah, and Act- 
ing Civil and Sessions Judge of Cuddapah. 1850: Sub-Judge 
of the Zillah of Calicut. 1852 : Proceeded to England. 1856 : 
Acting Civil and Sessions Judge, Guntoor. 1857 : Civil and 
Sessions Judge, Guntoor. 1862 : On medical leave for 15 months ; 
Civil and Sessions Judge, Masulipatam. 1863 : Civil and Sessions 
Judge of Nundial, and of Chittoor ; also Collector and Magis- 
trate of South Canara. 1864: Resigned the service, 1st April. 
{Annuitant.) Died, 2d Jidy 1882, at Ootacamund. 

ORAM, William.— 1772 : Writer. 1778: Factor. 1780: 
Junior Merchant. 1790: Senior Merchant, and Manager of Part 
of the Havally, Masulipatam. 1792: Member of the Revenue 
Board. 1793 : At home. 1800 : Out of the service. 

ORPIN, Richard Thomas.— 1778 : Writer. No trace after 
1782. 

ORR, John. — 18 15 : Writer. 1818 : Second Assistant to the 
Collector and Magistrate of Coimbatore. 1820: Assistant to the 
Collector and Magistrate of Malabar; At home. 1824 : Returned 
to India ; Head Assistant to the Collector and Magistrate of Nel- 
lore. 1826 : Sub-Collector and Assistant Magistrate of Nellore. 
1829: Acting Secretary in the Public, Commercial, and Revenue 
Department ; Collector and Magistrate of Salem. 1832 : Principal 
Collector and Magistrate of Salem. 1838 : Principal Collector 
and Magistrate of Cuddapah; Acting Civil Auditor and Super- 
intendent of Stamps ; Civil Auditor and Superintendent of Stamps. 



no MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 

1839 : At home on private affairs. 1842 : Returned to India. 
1843: Accountant - General. 1844: Accountant - General, and 
Member of the Mint Committee. 1845 : Resigned the service, 
30^/1 April. 

OSWELL, W. F. — 1827 : Writer. 1829 : Assistant to the 
Head Collector of South Arcot. 1831 : At home on absentee 
allowance. No trace after this date. 

OSWELL, William Cotton. — 1837 : Writer. 1840: Assistant 
to Principal Collector and Magistrate, Southern Division of Arcot. 
1842 : Head Assistant to Principal Collector and Magistrate, 
Southern Division of Arcot. 1844 : Head Assistant to Principal 
Collector and Magistrate, Coimbatore. 1 848 : Proceeded on furlough. 
1851 : Resigned the service, igth March, in England. 

OWEN, Arthur Mostyn. — 1832 : Writer. 1833 : Assistant 
under the Principal Collector of South Arcot. 1834: Assistant 
to the Principal Collector of Malabar. 1839 : Acting Head Assis- 
tant to the Principal Collector and Magistrate of Bellary ; Acting 
Second Assistant to the Accountant-General ; Commissioner for 
Drawing Government Lotteries. 1 840 : Assistant to Collector and 
Magistrate, Malabar. 1841: Head Assistant to Collector and 
Magistrate, Madura, i?)^^: Proceeded on furlough. i2>/^Z : Absent 
from India five years. 

PALK, Thomas.— 1769 : Writer. 1774: Factor. 1778: 
Junior Merchant. 1780: Senior Merchant. 1790: At home. 
1793 : Out of the service. 

PALMER, Archdale. — 1755 : Writer. 1768 : Senior Mer- 
chant. 177 1 : Paymaster at Madura. 1774: Second in Council 
at Masulipatam. 1776 : Member of Council of the Governor. 
1777 : Recalled by order of the General Court of Proprietors, gth 
May. 1780 : Suspended from the service. 

PARISH, George. — 1796: Writer. 1799: Assistant in the 
Pubhc, Ke venue, and Commercial Department. 1800 : Assistant 
to the Collector of Canara ; Head Assistant under the Collector of 
the Polygar Peishcush. 1803 : Subordinate Collector in the 
Ceded Districts; Collector of the Zillah of Ramnad, and of the 
Provinces of Dindigul and Madura. 181 2 : At home. 181 7 : 
Out of the service. 

PARKER, Robert Deane. — 1829: Writer; Assistant to the 
Secretary in the Revenue Department. 183 1 : Head Assistant to tlie 
Collector of Trichinopoly. 1832 : Acting Deputy Persian Translator 
to Government ; Head Assistant to the Register of the Sudder and 



MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. in 

Foujdarry Adawlut ; Deputy Persian Translator to Government. 
1833 : Junior Deputy Secretary to the Board of Revenue, 1835 : 
Acting Sub-Collector of Cuddapah. 1836 : Acting Sub-Collector 
and Joint Magistrate of Nellore. 1837 : Sub-Collector and Joint 
Magistrate of Xellore ; Officiating Senior Deputy Secretary to the 
Board of Revenue. 1838 : Acting Sub-Secretary to the Board of 
Revenue ; Acting Principal Collector and Magistrate of Xellore. 
1839 : Sub-Secretary to the Board of Revenue. 1842 : Proceeded 
on furlough, 1844: Returned to India; Additional Sub-Col- 
lector and Joint jNIagistrate, Canara. 1845 : Sub-Collector and 
Joint Magistrate, Canara. 1848 : Collector and Magistrate, 
Madura, 1858 : Collector and Magistrate, Malabar. 1859 : Re- 
signed ihe service^ 1st May, in India. (Annuitant on the Fund, 1859.) 

PARRY, George,— 1789 : Writer, 1790: Acting Deputy 
Secretary in the Military, Political, and Secret Department, 
1793 : Examiner and Head Assistant under the Secretary in the 
Military, Political, and Secret Department; Land Customer and 
Choultry Register, 1796: Civil Paymaster-General, 1797: 
Deputy Secretary in the Military, Political, and Secret Depart- 
ment, 1798: At home for his health. 1801 : Returned to India ; 
Special Agent for Conducting the Department of Provision. Died, 
6th September 1801, in Bengal. 

PARRY, William Henry, — 1816: Writer. 1819 : Second 
Assistant to the Secretary to Government. 1820 : Assistant to 
the Secretary in the Military Department ; Register of the Zillah 
of Kellore. 1828 : At home on absejitee alloicance. Died, nth 
April 1832, at Brighton. 

PARSONS, William, — 1779 : Writer. 1790 : Senior Merchant; 
Assistant at Ingeram. 1793: At home. 1800: Out of the 
service. 

PASKE, George, — 1797 : Writer. 1798 : Assistant under the 
Political, Revenue, and Commercial Department, 1799 : Assistant 
under the Collector of Vizagapatam. 1800 : Assistant to the Col- 
lector of the Third Division of Vizagapatam ; Assistant under the 
Collector of Ganjam. 1802 : Assistant to the Collector of Xellore, 
1805 : Register under the Collector of Nellore and'Ongole, 1806 : 
Judge and Magistrate of the Zillah of Masulipatam, 182 1 : 
Third Judge of the Provincial Court, Centre Division. Died on 
his passage home, April 1822, on hoard tlte '''"Cambridge." 

PASKE, John Bensley Gresham Page. — 1806 : Writer. 1807 : 
Assistant to the Register of the Zillah of Vizagapatam. 181 1 ,• 



112 MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 

Register of the Zillali of Yizagapatam. 1814 : At home. 181 7 : 
Returned to India; Register to the Provincial Court, Northern 
Division. 1824 : Judge and Criminal Judge of Chingleput. 
1830 : Third Judge of the Provincial Court, Centre Division. 
1832 : First Judge of the Provincial Court, Northern Division. 
1840 : Retired from the service. {Annuitant on the Fund^ 1840.) 
Died, 3d August 1859, in England. 

PATERNOSTER, John. —181 5: Writer. 181 8 : Second 
Assistant to the Collector and Magistrate of Vizagapatam. 1820 : 
Register of the Zillah of Ganjam. 182 1 : Register of the Zillah 
of Bellary. 1824 : Register of the Zillah of Masulipatam. 1827 : 
Register to the Zillah of Salem. 1828 : Register of the Zillah of 
Combaconum. 1831 : Register of the Zillah of Chingleput. 1833 : 
Register to the Provincial Court, Northern Division. 1834 : At 
home on absentee allowance. 1837: Returned to India, per ^^ Sophia;' 
Judge and Criminal Judge of Cuddapah. 1838 : Judge and Criminal 
Judge of Bellary. 1843 • ^^^^ ^/ emploij. 1844 : Proceeded on 
furlough. 1846 : Resigned the service, 30th April. {Annuitant on 
the Fund, 1846.) 

PATERNOSTER, Richard. — 182 1 : Writer. 1824: Assistant 
to the Collector and Magistrate of Bellary. 1825 : Assistant to the 
Principal Collector and Magistrate of Malabar. 1827 : At home on 
absentee alloivance. Pensioned, 6th January 1830, in England. 

PEARCE, Thomas. — 1783: Writer; Assistant in the Select 
Office. 1785 : Clerk to the Court of Requests. 1786 : Assistant 
to the Secretary in the Revenue Department, and Deputy Import 
Warehouse-keeper. 1789: Assistant to the Accountant-General ; 
Accountant-General in the Mayor's Court ; and Deputy Postmaster- 
General. 1790: Deputy Accountant and Accountant-General in 
the Mayor's Office. 1792 : Provisional Paymaster at Tanjore. 
Died, February 1794. 

PEILE, John Hexry. — 1796: Writer. 1798: Assistant in the 
Military, Political, and Secret Department. 1799 : Head Assistant 
under the Resident at Mysore. 1800 : Postmaster at Mysore. 
1803 : Secretary to the Resident at Mysore. 1806 : Judge and 
Magistrate of Cuddapah. 1809 : Secretary to Government in Mili- 
tary Department, and Superintendent of Stamps. 181 1 : Persian 
Translator to Government ; Third Judge of the Provincial Court, 
Southern Division. \Z\% '. At home. 1823: Out of the service. 

PELL Y, Charles. — 1830: Writer. 1832: Second Assistant to 
Principal Collector and Magistrate, Bellary. 1834 : Acting Head 



MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 113 



Assistant to Principal Collector and Magistrate, Eellary. 1835: 
Head Assistant to Principal Collector and Magistrate, Bellary. 
1837: Acting Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate, Bellary. 1838: 
SulD-Collcctor and Joint INfagistrate, Bellary. 1841 : Acting Judge 
and Criminal Judge, Bellary. 1844: Proceeded to Europe on fur- 
lough. 1848: Acting Collector and Magistrate, Bellary. 1850: 
Collector and Magistrate, Bellary. 1859 : Member of the Board of 
Revenue, and Acting President of the Board of Examiners. 1862 : 
Government Director of the Bank of INIadras. 1863 : Acting Presi- 
dent of Income Tax Commission, and Commissioner for the Un- 
covenanted Civil Service Examination. 1867 : Resigned the service, 
i^th January. {Annuitant.) 

PERRINGr, Peter. — 1759: AVriter. 1768: Junior Merchant. 
1 7 7 1 : Senior Merchant, and Second in Council at Yizagapatam. 
1778 : Member of the Council of the Governor. 1781 : Dismissed 
the service. 

PEERING, RiCHAED. — 1779 : Writer. No trace after 1780. 

PETER, Rous. — 1801 : Writer. 1804: Assistant under the 
Collector of Trichinopoly. 1805 : Register under the Principal Col- 
lector of Tanj ore. 1806: Register of the Zillah of Trichinopoly. 1807: 
Assistant to the Collector of Dindigul and Madura. 1812: Collector 
and Magistrate of Dindigul and Madura. 1825 : Principal Collector 
and Magistrate of Madura. Died, 6th August 1828, at Madura. 

PETERS, Edward. — 1837 : Writer. 1838 : Assistant to the 
Principal Collector and IMagistrate of Tanjore. 1839 : Acting 
Head Assistant to the Collector and Magistrate of Masulipatam. 
1840: Second Assistant to Accountant-General. 1841 : Assistant 
to Collector and Magistrate of Chingleput. 1843 : Head Assistant 
to Collector and Magistrate of Coimbatore ; Proceeded on furlough. 
1846: Returned to India, 1847 • Proceeded on furlough. 1851 : 
Absent from India five years. 

PETRIE, William.— 1765 : AVriter. 1771 : Factor. 1774: 
Junior Merchant. 1776: Senior Merchant; At home. 1778: 
In India. 1782 : At home. 1790 : Member of the Council of the 
Governor. 1793". At home. 1800: President of the Board of 
Revenue, and Member of the Council of the Governor. 1809 : 
Appointed Governor of the Prince of AYales Island. Died, 2'jth 
October 18 16, at Prince of Wales Island. 

PHILLIPS, George. — 181 2: Writer. 1815 : Assistant to the 
Register of the Provincial Court, Centre Division. 1816 : Head 
Assistant to the Collector of Trichinopoly ; Assistant Magistrate of 

H 



114 MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 



Trichinopoly. 1823: Sub-Collector and Assistant Magistrate of 
Coimbatore. Diedy sth Aiyril 1825, at Coimhatore. 

PHILLIPS, Henry Dominic— 1830 : Writer. 1832: Acting 
Second Assistant to Principal Collector and Magistrate, Nellore ; 
Kegister of the Zillali of Kellore. 1835 : Acting Head Assis- 
tant to Principal Collector and Magistrate, Nellore ; and Kegister 
to the Zillah Court there. 1836 : Acting Assistant Judge and 
Joint Criminal Judge, Guntoor. 1837 : Junior Deputy Secretary 
to the Board of Revenue ; Officiating Senior Deputy Secretary to 
the Board of Revenue ; Acting Assistant Judge and Joint Criminal 
Judge, Salem ; Acting Assistant Judge and Joint Criminal Judge 
at Madura. 1838: Assistant Judge and Joint Criminal Judge, 
Madura; Acting Second Assistant to the Accountant-General ; 
Acting Sub-Secretary to the Board of Revenue; Acting Deputy 
Register of the Sudder and Foujdarry Adawlut. 1839 : Assistant 
Judge and Joint Criminal Judge of the Auxiliary Court, Trichi- 
nopoly ; Acting Senior Deputy Register to the Sudder and Fouj- 
darry Adawlut; and Commissioner for Government Lotteries. 
1842 : Acting Register to the Sudder and Foujdarry Adawlut. 1843 : 
Acting Register to the Sudder and Foujdarry Adawlut, and Sub- 
Judge, Combaconum. 1846: Sub-Judge, Madura. 1847: Agent to 
the Governor of Madras at Kurnool and Bunganapilly. 1850: Col- 
lector and Magistrate, Salem. 1853: Proceeded to England. 1856: 
In India, and •witlwut employ. 1857 : Acting Collector and Magis- 
trate, and Resident Commissioner at Tanjore; also Civil and Session 
Judge at Mangalore, and at Madura; 1858: Collector and Magis- 
trate, and Resident Commissioner at Tanjore ; also Puisne Judge 
of the Court of Sudder and Foujdarry Adawlut. 1859 : President 
of the Board of Examiners ; Commissioner for the Affairs of the late 
Rajah of Tanjore. 1862 : Judge of the High Court of Judicature, 
Madras. 1864 : Provisional, afterwards Member of Council of the 
Governor of Fort St. George. 1869: Resigned the service, 12th 
November. {Annuitant.) 

PHILLIPS, Alexander William. — 1839: AVriter. 1841 : 
Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, Tanjore. 1842 : Acting 
Register of the Zillah Court of Combaconum. 1843 : Acting 
Head Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, Trichinopoly. 1845 : 
Acting Head Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, North Arcot ; 
Acting Sub- Judge of the Zillah of Chittoor ; Acting Head Assis- 
tant to Collector and Magistrate, Xortli Arcut. 1846 : Head 
Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, Salem, and at Chingleput. 



MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 115 



1850 : Proceeded to Europe on furlough. 1853 : Special Assistant 
to Collector and Magistrate, Tanjore. 1854: Acting Sub-Judge, 
Madura. 1855 : Acting Civil and Sessions Judge, and Suh- Judge, at 
Madura. 1856: Acting Civil and Sessions Judge, Madura. 1859: 
Acting Civil and Sessions Judge, Tinnevellj, and at Salem. 1861 : 
Civil and Sessions Judge of Chinglepiit. 1862 : On medical leave. 
1863: CoUector and Magistrate of Godavery District. 1864: 
Acting Civil and Sessions Judge, Ootacaniund. 1866 : On 3 
months' special leave; Civil and Sessions Judge, Ootacamund. 
1867 : On medical leave to Europe for 27 months. ' 1869 : Resigned 
the service, 2']th April, in England. {Annuitant.) Died, \t^th 
Fehruarii ^^^Z^ at Soufhsea. 

PHIPPS, CoxsTAXTiXE.— 1 791: Writer. 1 792 : Assistant under 
the Secretary in the Public, Commercial, and Revenue Department. 
1 793 • Assistant under the Secretary to the Revenue Board. 1 794 : 
Assistant to the Accountant to the Revenue Board. Died, i^th 
April 1794. 

PINDER, James Rose.— 1790 : "Writer. 1791 : Assistant under 
the Secretary to the Board of Trade. Died, 21st February 1793. 

PLACE, Lionel.— 1783: Writer. 1785: Assistant to the 
Secretary to the Select Committee. 1786: Assistant to the 
Secretary in the iMilitary Department, and Clerk to the Committee 
of Stores ; Assistant at Cuddalore. 1 788 : Assistant to the Account- 
ant to the Board of Revenue. 1 789 : Deputy to the Accountant to 
the Board of Revenue. 1790: Accountant to the Board of Assumed 
Revenue. 1791 : Accountant to the Board of Revenue. 1796: 
Collector in the Jaghire. 1799 - At home. 1802 : Returned to 
India; Acting Second Member of the Board of Revenue. 1803 : 
At home. 1807 : Out of the service. 

PLUMER, Hall.— 1769: Writer. 1774: Factor. 1778: 
Junior Merchant. 1780 : Senior ]\rerchant. No trace after 1782. 

POPHAM, Strachax Irvine.— 1828 : Writer. 1829 : Assistant 
to the Collector of Tinnevelly. 1830 : Assistant to the Collector 
of Salem. 183 1 : Second Assistant to the Collector and Magistrate 
of Tinnevelly. 1832 : Acting Assistant Judge and Joint Criminal 
Judge of Salem ; Head Assistant to the Principal Collector of Salem. 
1834: Superintendent of a Division in Mysore. 1839 ' At home 
on ahsentee allowance. 1844 : Absent from India five years. 

PORCHER, JosiAS Du Pre.— 1778.: Writer. 1790: Senior 
Merchant, Member of the Board of Trade, and Clerk to the Com- 
mittee of Works. 1792 : Member of the Board of Trade, Mayor 



ii6 MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 

of Madras, and Military Storekeeper. 1800 : At homey and retired 
from the service. 

PORTER, Richard Tindal. — 1825 : Writer. 1827 : Assistant 
to the Principal Collector and Magistrate of Coimbatore. 1828: 
Head Assistant to the Principal Collector and Magistrate of Coim- 
batore ; Head Assistant to the Principal Collector of Chingleput. 
1829 : Deputy Tamil Translator to Government. 1830 : Junior 
Deputy Secretary to the Board of Revenue. 1831 : Senior Deputy 
Secretary to the Board of Revenue. 1837 '.At home on absentee allow- 
ance. 1840 : lieturned to India. 1841 : Sub-Secretary to the Board 
of Revenue. 1843 : Collector and Magistrate, Masulipatam. 1852 : 
Out of employ. 1854: Civil Auditor and SuiDcrintendent of Stamps. 
1855 : Resigned the service^ ist May, in India. {Annuitant on the 
Fund, 1856.) Died, ^th December 1879, ^'^^ England. 

PORTIS, George. — 1781 : Writer. 1783 : Assistant to the Sec- 
retary to the Select Committee; At home. No trace after 1783. 

POWNEY, George. — 1779: Writer. 1790: Senior Merchant. 
1791 : Resident at Travancore, and Paymaster of Troops there. 
1800: At home, and retired from the service. 

POWNEY, Henry Saverne.— 1781 : Writer. 1783 : Assistant 
at Yizagapatam. Ao trace after 1785. 

POWNEY, Edward.— 1797 : Writer. 1799: Assistant under 
the Secretary in the MiHtary, Political, and Secret Department. 
1800: Assistant Collector of Tanjore. 1803: Register to the 
Adawlut of the Zillah of Salem. 1806 : Register to the Court 
of Appeal and Circuit, Southern Division. 1810 : Judge and 
Magistrate of the Zillah of Combaconum. 1823 : At home. {Re- 
tired on the Annuity Fund, Sth January 1828.) Died, 3^ 
January 1855, in England. 

; PRENDERGAST, Thomas.— 1826 : Writer. 1828 : Assistant to 
the Principal Collector of Tanjore. 1829 : Acting Head Assistant to 
the Principal Collector of ISTellore. 1830 : Head Assistant to the 
Principal Collector of Xellore. 1831 : Acting Sub-Collector and 
Joint Magistrate of Xellore. 1833 : Acting Assistant Judge and 
Joint Criminal Judge at Guntoor. 1834: Assistant Judge and 
Joint Criminal Judge of Tinnevelly. 1838 : At home on absentee 
allowance. 1841 : Returned to India. 1842 : Sub-Collector and 
Joint Magistrate, Salem. 1844 : Collector and Magistrate, Rajah- 
mundry. 1855 : Collector and Magistrate, and Agent to Governor, 
in Ganjam ; Proceeded on furlough. 1858 : Retired from the ser- 
vice, 2'jfh March, in India. {Annuitant on the Fund, 1859.) 

PRENDERGAST, Guy Lushington.— 1827 : Writer. 1829 : 



MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 117 

Assistant to the Secretaiy in the Revenue Department. 1830 : 
Assistant to the Resident at Mysore ; Senior Assistant to the 
Register of the Sudder and Foujdarry Adawhit ; Superintendent 
of Government Lotteries. 1832 : Senior Deputy Register of the 
Sudder and Foujdarry Adawhit. 1838 : At home on ahseyitee allow- 
ance. 1839 : Returned to India pjr " General Kyd." 1840 : Assis- 
tant Judge and Joint Criminal Judge, Malabar; Deputy Accountant- 
General. 1857 : Accountant-General and Member of the Mint 
Committee. 1859 : Dismissed the service, yl Septemher, iri India. 

PRINGLE, Alexander. — 1766: AYriter. 1771 : Factor. 
1774: Junior Merchant, and Assistant at Masulipatam. 1778: 
Senior Merchant. 1790 : Out of the service. 

PRINGLE, John Robert. — 1835 : Writer. 1837 : Doing Duty 
as an Assistant under the Collector of Chingleput. 1838 : Assis- 
tant to the Collector and Magistrate of Tinnevelly. 1841 : Head 
Assistant to the Collector and Magistrate of Tinnevelly. 1846 : 
Head Assistant to the Collector and Magistrate of Madura. 1847 : 
Head Assistant to the Collector and Magistrate of Nellore. Diecl^ 
^th September 1847, on board the ^^ Mary Ami." 

PROCTOR, George.— 1767: Writer. 1774: Factor. 1776: 
Junior Merchant. 1778 : Senior Merchant. 1790 : At home. 
1795 : Out of the service. 

PURVIS, Arthur. — 1831 : Writer. 1834 : Assistant to Princi- 
pal Collector, Nellore. 1835 : Assistant to Principal Collector and 
Magistrate, ISTellore. 1837 : Acting Assistant to Collector and 
Magistrate, Cuddapah, and Acting Head Assistant to Principal 
Collector and Magistrate, ISTellore. 1838 : Head Assistant to 
Principal Collector and Magistrate, Masulipatam. 1839 : Head 
Assistant to Principal Collector and Magistrate, ISTellore. 1840 ; 
Acting Register of the Zillah Court of ISTellore. 1842 : Acting 
Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate, Xellore. 1843 : Sub-Collector 
and Joint Magistrate, Nellore. 1845 : Proceeded to Europe on 
furlough. 1848 : Acting Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate, 
Nellore. 1849 : Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate, Nellore. 
1851 : Acting Collector and Magistrate, Guntoor. 1854 : Collector 
and Magistrate, Rajahmundry. 1859: Collector and Magistrate, 
Godavari. 1863 : Resigned the service, 1st June. {Annuitant.) 
Died, 1st June 1877, in England. 

PYBUS, John.— 1742 : Writer. 1768 : Member of Council ot 
the Governor. 1768 : Arrived in England, in the ^^ Hector." 

PYBUS, John Bryan. — 1807 : Writer. 1810 : Assistant to the 
Secretary in the Revenue and Judicial Department ; Assistant to 



ii8 MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 

the Superintendent of Stamps. 1811 : Fixed Examiner in the 
Office of Secretary to the Board of Revenue. 1814 : Deputy 
Secretary to the Board of Revenue ; Head Assistant to the Super- 
intendent of Stamps. Died, 2jth January 1820, at Madras. 

PYCROFT, Thomas. — 1828 : AVriter. 1831 : Second Assistant 
to Principal Collector, South Arcot. 1832 : Acting Assistant 
Judge and Joint Criminal Judge, Chingleput ; Acting Head Assis- 
tant to Principal Collector and Magistrate, South Arcot. 1833 : 
Head Assistant to Principal Collector and Magistrate, South Arcot. 
1837 ; Acting Suh-Collector and Joint Magistrate, and Sub-Col- 
lector and Joint Magistrate, South Arcot. 1839 : Proceeded to 
Europe on furloufih. 1843 : Acting Sub-Secretary to the Board of 
Revenue; Commissioner for Government Lotteries; and Deputy 
Collector, Madras. 1845 : Assistant Judge, Calicut; Secretary to 
the Board of Revenue; and Acting Tamil Translator. 1850: 
Secretary to Government in Revenue and Judicial Departments. 
1855: Chief Secretary to Government. 1857: Proceeded to 
Europe on private affairs. 1862 : Additional, afterwards Pro- 
visional, and then Member of Council of the Governor of Fort St. 
George. 1866 : Knight Commander of the Star of India, 2^th May 
1867 : Resigned the service, 2gth October. (Annuitant.) 

PYNE, George. — 1753: Writer. 1768: Senior Merchant. 
177 1 : Resident at Bandermallee. 1774 : Out of the service. 

RADDAN, Edward.— 1755 : Writer. 1768 : Senior Merchant, 
and Third in Council at Masulipatam. 1774 : Old of the service. 

RAITT, Charles. — 1763: Writer. 1768: Factor. No trace 
after 1768. 

RAM, George Andrew. — 1767: Writer. 17 74: Factor. 
1776: Junior Merchant. 1778: Senior Merchant. 1791 : 
Resident at Tanjore. 1795 : Collector of Guntoor. 1801 : At 
home. 1802: Old of the service. 

RANDAL, Benjamin. — 1 797 : Writer. 1 798 : Assistant in the 
Public, Revenue, and Commercial Department. 1799: Second 
Assistant under the Collector of Dindigul. 1800 : Assistant under 
the Commercial Resident at Cuddalore. 1802 ; Assistant to the 
Commercial Resident at Nagore. 1804 : Deputy Commercial 
Resident at Xagore. 181 1 : Commercial Resident in the Ceded 
Districts. Died, loth July 18 19, at Cuddajmh. 

RATLIFF, John. — 1839: AYriter. 1840: Assistant to Col- 
lector and Magistrate, Bellary. 1841 : Register of the Zillah 
Court of Bellary. 1843 : Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, 
North Arcot. 1844 : Acting Head Assistant to Principal Collector 



MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 119 

and ^Lioistrate, Xellore. 1845 • Assistant to Collector and ^lagis- 
trate, and Agent to the Governor' of Madras, in Yizagapatam ; 
afterwards Head Assistant to Principal Collector and Magistrate, 
Madura. 1846 : Assistant to the Collector and ^lagistrate, afterwards 
Head Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, Cuddapah. 1 847 : Acting 
Sub- Judge of the Zillah of Cuddapah. 1848 : Head Assistant to Col- 
lector and Magistrate, Madura. 1849 : Acting Sub- Judge, Madura. 
1850: Proceeded to Europe on furlough . 1853: Acting Sub- Collector 
and Joint Magistrate, Xellore. 1854 : Additional Sub-Collector 
and Magistrate, Canara ; Acting Collector and Magistrate, Xellore. 
1855 : At first Acting, afterwards Sub- Judge, Cuddapah. 1857 : 
Acting Civil and Sessions Judge, and Acting Sub-Judge, Rajah- 
mundry. 1858 : Acting Collector and Magistrate, South Arcot. 
1859 : Acting Civil and Sessions Judge, Xellore. i860 : Civil and 
Sessions Judge, Cuddapah. 1861 : Officiating Civil and Sessions 
Judge, Honore. 1862 : Civil and Sessions Judge, Bellary. 1864 : 
Civil and Sessions Judge, Xundial. 1865 : On medical leave to 
Euroj^e for 15 months. 1866 : Resigned the service^ 14th October. 
(Annnitaut.) Died, iSth May 1877, in England. 

RAVENSHAW, John Goldsborough. — 1796 : Writer. 1797 : 
Assistant under the Secretary to the Board of Trade. 1798 : 
Assistant under the Secretary to the Board of Revenue, and Assis- 
tant to the Accountant-General. 1799 : Head Assistant to the 
Collector of Dindigul. 1800 : Collector in the Southern Division 
of the Canara Districts. 1805 : Principal Collector of the Southern 
Division of Arcot. 1809 : In Charge of the Revenues of Cuddalore 
and Pondicherry. 1813 : At home. 18 18: Out of the service. 
Elected a Director of the East Lidia ComjMni/, 14th July 18 19. 
Died, 6th June 1840, at Crawley, Sussex. 

READ, John. — 1789: Writer. 1790: Assistant under the 
Military Secretary. 1791 : Acting Deputy Secretary to the Board 
of Revenue. 1793 : Deputy Secretary to the Board of Revenue. 
1796: At home. 1797: Returned to India; Head Assistant to 
the Collector of the Fourth Division of Masulipatam. 1799 : Col- 
lector of the Fourth Division of Masulipatam. 1802 : Collector of 
the Third Division of Masulipatam ; Second Judge of the Court of 
Circuit and Appeal, Southern Division. 1809 : Acting Puisne 
Judge of the Sudder and Foujdarry Adawlut. 181 1 : First Judge 
of the Court of Appeal and Circuit, Southern Division. 1815: 
At home. 1820 : Out of the service. 

READ, George. — 1790: Writer. 1791: Assistant under the 
Secretary to the Military and Political Department. 1792 : Assis- 



120 MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 



tant under the Secretary to the Board of Trade. 1793: Assis- 
tant under the Accountant to the Board of Revenue. 1796: 
Deputy Accountant and Malabar Translator to the Board of Re- 
venue. 1798: Accountant to the Board of Revenue. 1800: 
Deputy Accountant in the Revenue and Commercial Department, 
and Malabar Translator. 1801 : Subordinate Collector under 
Major M'Leod's Authority. 1802 : Third Judge of the Provincial 
Court, Centre Division. 1809: Second Judge of the Provincial 
Court, Centre Division. 181 2: At home. 181 6: Out of the service, 
READ, Alexander. — 1796: Writer. 1797: Assistant under 
the Secretary to the Board of Trade. 1798 : Assistant under the 
Board of Revenue, Assistant under the Collector in BurramehaL 

1799 : Head Assistant under the Collector in the Canara District. 

1800 : Collector in the Northern Division of Canara and Soondah. 
1805: Principal Collector in Canara. 1816: At home. 1820: 
Out of the service. 

READE, Charles William.— 1835 : Writer. 1836: Under 
Principal Collector of Canara. 1837 : Doing Duty as Assistant to 
Principal Collector of Canara. 1838 : Assistant to Principal Col- 
lector and Magistrate, Canara. 1839: Acting Head Assistant to 
Principal Collector and Magistrate, Canara ; and Acting Register 
to the Zillah Court of Chittoor. 1841 : Register to the Zillah 
Court of Bellary ; and Acting Head Assistant, subsequently Head 
Assistant to Principal Collector and Magistrate, Canara. 1842 : 
Acting Register to the Zillah Court of Canara. 1846: Acting 
additional Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate of Canara. 1848: 
Proceeded to Europe on furlough. 1852 : Acting Civil and Sessions 
Judge, Chingleput. 1853: Sub- Judge at Salem. 1856: Acting 
Civil and Sessions Judge, Salem. 1857: Acting Civil and Ses- 
sions Judge, Cuddalore ; Collector, Magistrate, and Agent to the 
Governor of Madras, in Yizagapatam. 1859: Without emj^loy. 
On private affairs to England for 6 months. 1861 : Acting 
Collector and Magistrate of Madras. 1862 : Collector and Magis- 
trate of South Arcot. 187 1 : Resigned the service^ 26th March. 
{Annuitant.) Died, 2']tli Ap)ril 1884, in England. 

RENTON, John. — 1763 : Junior Merchant, with Fixed Appoint- 
ment as Sub- Accountant. No trace after 1774. 

RENTON, William. — 1771: Junior Merchant, with Fixed 
Appointment as Sub-Accountant. Died, Sth November 1775. 

REVELL, Joseph.— 1769: Writer. 1774: Factor. 1778: 
Junior Merchant. 1 780 : Senior Merchant. 1 79 1 : Manager of the 
Muglatore Zemindary. 1793: At home. 1800: Out of the service. 



MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 121 

RICE, John Auamson. — 1796: Writer. 1799: Second Assis- 
tant under the Collector of Canara. Died, 21st October 1799. 

RICHARDSON, William.— 1777 : Writer. No trace after ij So. 

RICHARDSON, John. — 1779 : AVriter. No trace after 1782. 

RICHARDSON, Fraxcis. — 1 793 : Writer. 1796: Assistant under 
tlie Resident at the Presidency. 1797: At home for his health. 
1 799 : Returned to India; Assistant under the Commercial Resident 
at Nagore ; Deputy Commercial Resident at Xagore. iSoi : 
Commercial Resident at Xagore. 181 7 : At home. 1822 : Out 0/ 
the service. 

RICKARDS, Richard. — 1827 : Writer. 1829 : Assistant to 
the Principal Collector of South Arcot. 1830 : Head Assistant to 
the Collector of Yizagapatam. 1832 : Head Assistant to the Col- 
lector and Magistrate of Trichinopoly. 1833: Register of the 
Zillah of Salem. Died, 26th November 1834, at Amboorpatt. 

RIDDLE, John. — 1797: Writer. 1799: Assistant under the 
Secretary to the Board of Revenue. 1801 : Assistant under the 
Collector of Salem. 1803 : Assistant to the Collector of Coimba- 
tore. 1805: Subordinate Collector of Coimbatore. 1808: Head 
Assistant to the Collector of Coimbatore. 1811 : Acting Judge 
and Magistrate of the Zillah of Dharapooram ; Judge, Magistrate, 
and Collector of Seringapatam. 1 8 1 3 : Judge and Magistrate of 
the Zillah of Madura. Died, on his passage to England, ^th February 
18 1 5, on hoard the ^^ Europe." 

ROBERTS, Charles. — 1807 : Writer; Assistant to the Collec- 
tor of the Xorthern Division of Arcot. 1 8 1 o : Head Assistant to 
the Collector of Chittoor. 1816 : Assistant Magistrate of Chittoor. 
182 1 : Sub-Collector and Assistant Magistrate of Tanjore. 1822 : 
Sub-Collector and Assistant Magistrate of Madura. 1824: Col- 
lector and Magistrate of ^Nlasulipatam, and in Charge of the Trea- 
sury there. 1827 : Principal Collector and Magistrate of the 
Korthern Division of Arcot. 1832 : Acting Second Member of 
the Board of Revenue ; Third Member of the Board of Revenue. 
1837 : At home on absentee allowance. (Retired on Annuity Fund 
from Sth May 1838.) Died, ^ist July 1850, in London. 

ROBERTSON, Francis William. — 1806 : Writer. 1807: 
Assistant under the Secretary to the Board of Revenue. 1808 : 
Deputy Commercial Resident at MasuHpatam ; Assistant under 
the Collector of MasuHpatam. 18 11 : Register of the Zillah of 
Canara. 181 2: Assistant to the Collector of Guntoor. 18 14: 
Head Assistant to the Collector of Masulipatam. 1816 : Assistant 



122 MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 



Magistrate of Masulipatam. 1819 : Collector and Magistrate of 
Rajahmundry. 1824 : Collector and Magistrate of Bellary. 1826 : 
Principal Collector and Magistrate of Bellary. Died, 1 6th December 
1838, at Anantapoor. 

ROBERTSON, Andrew. — 1817 : Writer. 1819 : Assistant to 
the Collector and Magistrate of Cliittoor. 1820 : At home. 1825 : 
Returned to India; Junior Deputy Secretary to the Board of 
Revenue. 1826 : Tamil Translator to Government. 1827 : Senior 
Deputy Secretary to the Board of Trade. 1830: Secretary and 
Treasurer to the Government Bank. 1833 : Collector of Madras, 
Tamil Translator, and ^lember of the College Board. 1844 • Second 
Member of the Board of Revenue ; Member of the College Board ; 
and Tamil Translator to Government. 1847 : Proceeded on fur- 
lough. 1850: Eeturned to India. 1851 : Collector, Magistrate, 
and Agent to the Governor, Yizagapatam. 1855 : Resigned the ser- 
vice, 1st May, in India. {Annuitant on the Fund, 1856.) Died^ 
nth January 1868, in England. 

ROBINSON, Thomas. — 1796: Writer. 1799: Assistant under 
the Deputy Commercial Resident at Ganjam. 1802 : Head Assis- 
tant under the Secretary to the Board of Trade ; Assistant to the 
Collector in the Second Division of Masulipatam. 1805 : At home 
for his health. 1808; Returned to India. 181 1 : Deputy Com- 
mercial Resident at Ramnad ; Deputy Commercial Resident at 
Xagore. 1814 : Deputy Commercial Resident at Ramnad. Died 
in 1816, in Madras. 

ROBSON, Francis Augustus. — 1795 : Writer. 1797 : Assistant 
under the Collector of Yizagapatam. 1799: Assistant under the 
Collector of Ganjam. 1800 : Assistant under the Collector, Second 
Division of Yizagapatam. 1802 : Assistant to the Collector of 
Ganjam, &c. 1804 : Collector of Ganjam, &c. 1807 : Paymaster 
and Garrison Storekeeper in the Ceded Districts. 1 8 1 2 : Com- 
mercial Resident at Ganjam. 1818 : Out of employ. 1821: 
Deputy Collector of Madras ; Superintendent of Stationery. 1823 : 
Treasurer and Secretary to the Government Bank. 1828 : Judge 
and Criminal Judge of Guntoor. 1831 : Old of employ. 1832 : 
Acting as Judge and Criminal Judge of Rajahmundry. Died, ^d 
Septernher 1833, at Rajahmundry. 

ROEBUCK, Benjamin. — 1776 : Writer. 1782 : Factor. 1790 : 
Senior Merchant. 1791 : Land Customer, and Deputy Mili- 
tary Storekeeper. 1792: Civil and Military Paymaster-General ; 
A Member of the Committee for Investigating the King's Army 
Accounts, and Assay Master. 1801 : Assay Master. 1802 : Assay 



MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS, 123 

Master, and Military PayinasterGeneral. 1809: ^[int ^Master. 
Died, iT^fh August 1809, at Vizagajjcitarn. 

ROGERS, Keginald. — 1806 : AYriter. 1809 : Assistant to the 
Chief Secretary in the Secret and Political Department. 1810 : 
Assistant under the Collector of the Zillah of Chingleput. 1 8 1 2 : 
Deputy Commercial Resident at Tinnevelly. 182 1 : Register and 
Assistant to the Collector of Seringapatani. 1822 : At home. 
1825 : Returned to India; Register of the Provincial Court, 
Southern Division. 1827 : Assistant Judge and Joint Criminal 
Judge of Salem. {Retired on the Antndty Fund from ist Januari/ 
1828.) Died, 2yl Decend/er 1855, in England. 

ROHDE, John. — 1829 : Writer. 1832 : Second Assistant to 
Collector and Magistrate, Ganjam. 1835 • Acting Register of the 
Zillah of Rajahmundry, and Acting Assistant Judge and Joint 
Criminal Judge, Chicacole. 1836 : Officiating Assistant Judge, &c., 
at Cliicacole. 1837 : Register of the Zillah of Rajahmundry. 
1838 : Acting Assistant Judge and Joint Criminal Judge, Rajah- 
mundry. 1839 : Head Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, 
Masulipatam. 1840 : Assistant Judge and Joint Criminal Judge, 
Rajahmundry. 1843 : Sub- Judge at Rajahmundry. 1844 : Acting 
Civil and Sessions Judge, ^Easulipatam, and at Rajahmundry. 
1847: Proceeded to Europe on furlough. 1850: In India, and 
without employ for 7 months; Acting Civil and Sessions Judge, 
Trichinopoly. 185 1 : Acting Civil and Sessions Judge at Gmitoor, 
Appointment subsequently confirmed. 1855 : Inspector-General of 
Jails. 1866: Resigned the service, 21st Fehruary. (Annuitant.) 

ROOKE, Harry. — 1808: "Writer. Died in 181;^. 

ROSS, John. — 1765 : Writer. 1771 : Factor and Assistant at 
Cuddalore. 1774: Junior Merchant. No trace after 1774. 

ROSS, James. — 1770: Writer. No trace after 1771. 

ROSS, William. — 1 770: Writer. 1776: Factor. 1778: Junior 
Merchant. 1782: Senior Merchant. No trace after 1JS2. 

ROSS, Robert Charles. — 1800: Writer. 1804: Register of 
the Southern Division of Arcot. 1805 : Sub-Collector in the 
Southern Division of Arcot. 1808: Head Assistant to the Col- 
lector in Arcot. 1810 : Collector of Cuddapah. Died, 26th 
November 1816, at Masulipatam. 

ROUPELL, Thomas Booxe. — 1830 : Writer. 1832 : Assistant 
to the Principal Collector and Magistrate of Coimbatore. 1835; 
Head Assistant to the Principal Collector and Magistrate of Coim- 
batore. 1836: At home on absentee allowance. 1841 : Returned 
to India. 1842: Out of employ. 1843: Sub-Secretary to the 



124 MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 



Board of Revenue. 1850 : Civil and Sessions Judge, Coimbatore. 
1857 : Civil and Sessions Judge, Cuddalore. 1858 : Proceeded on 
furlough. 1859 : Resigned the service, i^th June, in India. {Annui- 
tant on the Fund, 1859.) 

ROWLEY, John.— 1777: Writer. 1782: Factor. 1790: 
Senior Merchant. 1791 : Muster-Master in Masulipatam, and 
Assistant at MaddepoUam. 1795: Resident at Maddepollam. 
1800: Postmaster-General. 1801 : Postmaster-General and Mili- 
tary Paymaster-General. 1 803 : First Judge of the Court of Circuit 
and of Appeal for the Southern Division. Died, 14th Septemler 
1805, at Pondicherry. 

RUSSEL, Daniel.— 1776: Writer. 1782: Factor. No trace 
after 1782. 

* RUSSELL, Claud.— 1752 : Writer. 1771 : Member of Coun- 
cil of the Governor. 1777: Recalled hy order of the General 
Court of Proprietors, gfh May. 1780: At home. 1782; Chief 
of Vizagapatam. No trace after 1782. 

RUSSELL, George Edward.— 1802 : Writer. 1803: Assis- 
tant to the Secretary in the Revenue and Judicial Depart- 
ment. 1804: Assistant under the Register of the Zillah of 
Chingleput. 1805 : Register of the Zillah of Chingleput. 181 2 : 
Collector and Magistrate of Masulipatam. 1815 : In Charge of 
the General Treasury at Masulipatam. 1822 : Second Member of 
the Board of Revenue. 1824 : At first Acting, then Senior ^lem- 
ber of the Board of Revenue. 1832 : Officiating as Resident at the 
Court of H. H. the Rajah of Mysore ; Commissioner to Inquire 
into the State of Affairs at Ganjam and Vizagapatam. 1834: 
I^rember of Council of the Governor, and President of the Revenue 
and Marme Boards. 1836 : Chief Judge of the Sudder and Fouj- 
darry Adawlut. {Retired on the Annuity Fund in 1838.) Died^ 
20th October 1863, in England. 

RUSSELL, John William.— 1807 : Writer. 1809: Assistant 
to the Collector of the Southern Division of Arcot. 1813 : Assis- 
tant to the Secretary to the Board of Revenue ; Secretary to the 
Xative Fund, and to the Civil Fund Committee. 181 7 : Deputy 
Secretary to the Board of Revenue. 181 9 : Leave to the Cape of 
Good Hope^ and eventually to Europe. 1822 : Returned to India; 
Private Secretary to the Governor. 1824 : Third Judge of Provin- 
cial Court, Centre Division. 1826 : Principal Collector and Magis- 
trate of Cuddapah. 1828 : At home on absentee alloicance. 1830 : 
Returned to India, per ''Lord HungerforcU Died, 21st August 
183 1, on hoard the " ClaiidineJ' 



MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 125 

RUTHERFORD, Robert.— 1769 : Writer. 1774 '• Factor and 
Assistant at Yizagapatam. 1778 : Junior Merchant. 1780 : Senior 
Merchant. No trace after 1782. 

SADLEIR, Anthony. — 1760 : Writer. 1768: Factor. 1771: 
Senior Merchant. 1774: Resident at Madura. 1776: Resident 
at Ingeram. 1782 : Out of the service. 

SANDEMAN, Alexander Stuart. — 1845 : Writer. 1848 : 
Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, Guntoor. 1850 : Proceeded 
0)1 furlough. 1852: Returned to India; Assistant to Collector 
and Magistrate, Malabar. 1855 : Head Assistant to Collector and 
Magistrate, Malabar. Died, 2gth January 1855, at Cannanore. 

SAUNDERS, Edward. — 1762 : Writer. 1768: Factor. 1771 : 
Junior Merchant and Paymaster, Chingleput and Wandi. 1774 • 
Senior Merchant. 1776 : Second in Council at Cuddalore. 1791 : 
Member of the Board of Revenue. ijg2 : At home, i^g^: Out 
of the service. 

SAUNDERS, William. — 1800 : Writer. 1805 : Assistant to 
the Collector of Tinnevelly. 1806 : Register of the Zillah of 
Ramnad. 1808 : Acting Assistant to the Collector of Government 
Customs; Assistant to the Collector of Land Customs. 1810 : 
Gentoo Translator to Government ; Assistant to the Collector of 
Madras. Died, 2 2d May 18 11, 07i his jpassage to the Mauritius. 

SAUNDERS, George William. — 1806 : Writer. 1807: 
Assistant to the Secretary in the Revenue and Judicial Depart- 
ment ; Register of the Zillah of Xellore. 181 7 : Assistant to the 
Accountant-General. 181 8 : Register to the Provincial Court, 
Southern Division. 1822 : Sub-Collector and Assistant Magistrate 
of Canara. 1823 : Collector and Magistrate of Trichinopoly. 1826 : 
Judge and Criminal Judge of Is'ellore. 1828 : Third Judge of 
the Provincial Court, Centre Division. Died, T,ist July 1830, at 
Cuddapah. 

SAVAGE, George.— 1765 : Writer. 177 1 : Factor. 1774: 
Junior Merchant. 1776: At home. 1780: In India. No trace 
after 1782. 

SAVAGE, Francis Archibald. — 1790: Writer; Assistant 
under the Secretary in the Revenue and Judicial Department, and 
Under Searcher of the Sea Gate. 1792 : Assistant under the Col- 
lector of Muglatore. 1796: Assistant to the Collector in the 
Second Division of Masulipatam. 1800 : Assistant to the Col- 
lector in the Third Division of Masulipatam; Paymaster and 
Garrison Storekeeper in the Ceded Districts. 1803 : Deputy Post- 
master at Eellary. 1807: Commercial Resident at Maddepollam ; 



126 MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 

Paymaster and Garrison Storekeeper at Masulipatam. 1 8 1 2 : Com- 
mercial Resident at Ingeram. 1820 : Commercial Resident at the 
General Factory at Ingeram. 1830: Out of employ. Died, 2^d 
June 1 83 1, at Madras. 

SAVORY, James Scott. — 1 7 96 : Writer. 1798: Assistant under 
the Secretary to the Board of Revenue. 1799 : Second Assistant 
under the Collector of Kistnagherry. 1801 : Assistant under the 
Collector of Arcot, South of the River Palar. 1802 : Register to 
the Court of Circuit and Appeal, Centre Division. 1806 : Judge 
and Magistrate of Dharapooran in Coimbatore. 1817 : At home. 
1821 : Resigned the service, 24th October, in England. 

SCOTNEY, Bryan. — 1777 : Appointed Military Storekeeper on 
the First Vacancy. No trace after 1782. 

SCOTT, Andrew. — 1773: AVriter. 1778: Factor. 1782: 
Junior Merchant. 1790: Senior Merchant, and Manager of the 
Southern Division of the Masulipatam Havelly, and Assistant there. 
1 795 : Second in Council at IMasulipatam, and Collector hi Southern 
Division of Masulipatam Havelly. 1800 : Collector of the Third 
Division of Yizagapatam District. 1801 : Collector of Guntoor and 
of the Palnaud. 1803 : First Judge of the Court of Circuit and 
of Appeal for the Northern Division. 1808 : First Judge of the 
Court of Sudder and Foujdarry Adawlut. 1822 : Witlmd employ. 
Died, 21 st January 1825, at Fort St George. 

SCOTT, John Corse. — 1822 : Writer. 1825 : Assistant to the 
Principal Collector and Magistrate of Malabar. 1826 : Register of 
the Zillah of Canara. 1828 : At home on absentee allowance. 
1832: Returned to India; Acting Assistant, afterwards Assistant 
Judge and Joint Criminal Judge of Madura. 1834: Assistant 
Judge and Joint Criminal Judge of Canara. 1835 : Acting Zillah 
Judge of Madura ; Assistant Judge and Joint Criminal Judge of 
Chicacole. 1837 : Acting Judge and Criminal Judge of Malabar. 
1839: At home for his health. 1844: Resigned the service, ^d 
January, in England. {Annuitant on the Fund, 1849.) Died, 
ijth Ja)iuary 1870, in England. 

SCOTT, Septimus. — 1829: Writer. 1830: Assistant under the 
Principal Collector of Coimbatore. 1832 : Acting Assistant Judge 
and Joint Criminal Judge of Salem ; Head Assistant to the Princi- 
pal Collector and Magistrate of Tanjore. 1836 : Acting, after- 
wards Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate of Tanjore. 1840 : Pro- 
ceeded on furlough. 1842 : Betiirned to India. 1844: Agent to 
tlie Governor of Fort St. George at Kurnool and Bunganapilly. 
1848 : Civil and Sessions Judge, Combaconum. 1855 : Proceeded 



MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 127 

on furlough. 1857: Resigned the service^ 12th August, in Eng- 
land. {Annuitant on the Fund, 1859.) 

SEDGLEY, William. — 1770: Writer. 1776: Factor, and 
Assistant at Masulipatam. 1778: Junior Merchant. 1782: Senior 
Merchant. Died in i'jS2. 

SEWELL, Henry. — 1807 : Writer; Assistant to the Collector 
of Kajahmimdry. 181 6 : Assistant to the iSIagistrate of Rajah- 
mundry. Died, 6th June 1823, at Rajahmundnj. 

SEWELL, Robert Browxrigg. — 183 1 : Writer. 1834 : Assis- 
tant to the Collector of Chingleput. 1836: Acting Secretary to 
the Board of College and for Public Instruction ; Acting Deputy 
Secretary in the Chief Secretary's Department. 1837 : Deputy 
Secretary in the Chief Secretary's Department ; Commissioner for 
Drawing Government Lotteries ; Acting Secretary to the College 
Board. 1838 : At home on absentee aUoicance, Died, 4th June 
1840, at Carlsbad, Germany. 

SHAKESPEAR, William Oliver. — 1800: Writer. 1803: 
Assistant to the Commercial Resident at Yizagapatam and Gan- 
jam. 1806 : Assistant to the Register of the Zillah of Masulipatam. 
1807 : Register of the Zillah of Trichinopoly. 1810 : Assistant 
Judge of Madura. 1815 : Judge and Magistrate of Madura. 1826 : 
Third Judge of the Provincial Court, Western Division. 1830 : 
Second Judge of the Provincial Court, Western Division. 
1832: First Judge of the Provincial Court, Western Division. 
Died, 10th August 1838, at Cannanore. 

SHAW, Thomas.— 1778 : Writer. Dead in 1780. 

SHAW, Joseph. — 1781 : Writer. 1783 : Assistant to the Sec- 
retary to the Select Committee. 1784 : Assistant to the Secretary 
in the Civil Department. 1785 : Register of the Choultry Court 
and Deputy Land Customer. 1786 : Assistant in the Military 
Department; Assistant to the Sea Customer. 1787 : Assistant in 
the Secret Department. 1 788 : One of the Contractors for Repairs. 
1789: Examiner in the Mayor's Court. 1792: At home. No 
trace after 1795. 

SHAW, Hector. — 1801 : Writer. 1803 : Assistant to the 
Principal Collector in the Ceded Districts. 1807 : Subordinate 
Collector in the Ceded Districts. Died, nth February 1808, at 
Bclkmj, 

SHEFFIELD, William. — 1800 : Writer on the Bencoolen 
Establishment. 1804: Transferred to the Madras Presidency. 
1805 : Assistant to the Principal Collector of the Southern Division 



128 MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS, 



of Arcot. 1806 : Register of the Zillali of Combaconiim. 1814 : 
Assistant Judge of the Zillah of South Malabar. 181 7 : Head 
Assistant to the Collector and Magistrate of Malabar. 1820 : 
Judge and Criminal Judge of Malabar. 1826 : Principal Collector 
and Magistrate of Malabar. 183 1 : ^^ Jiome on absentee allowance. 
{Retired on the Annuity Fund from 1st May 1832.) Died, 24th 
February 1859, in England. 

SHERIDAN, Richard Brinsley. — 1825 : AVriter. 1828: 
Head Assistant to the vSecretary to the Board of Revenue. 1830 : 
Supermtendent of Government Lotteries ; Temporary Additional 
Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate of Salem. 1831 : Assistant 
to the Commissioners for the Government of Mysore. 1832 : At 
home on absentee allowance. 1837 : Out of the service. 

SHERSON, Robert.— 1793 : AVriter. 1795: Assistant under 
the Secretary in the Public, Commercial, and Revenue Department. 
1796: Assistant to the Sea Customer. 1798: Deputy Sea Cus- 
tomer. 1800: At home. 1801 : Returned to India; Deputy 
Collector of Government Customs. 1802 : Reporter of External 
Connnerce of Madras Territories. 1807 : Joint Assay Master. 
1808 : Under temporary susimision from his different employments; 
At home. 1816 : Returned to India; Third Member of the Board 
of Trade. 1818 : Collector and Magistrate of Chittoor. 181 9 : 
Postmaster-General. 1 82 1 : Treasurer and Secretary to the Govern- 
ment Bank. 1824 : At home. 1827 : Out of the service. 

SHUBRICK, Charles John.— 1831 : Writer. 1834 : Assistant 
to Principal Collector and Magistrate, Bellary. 1838 : Proceeded 
to Europe on absentee alloicance. 1841 : Acting Register to the 
Zillah Court of Canara. 1842 : Acting Additional Sub-Collector 
and Joint J^Iagistrate ; and Acting Head Assistant to Sub-Collector 
and Joint Magistrate, Canara. 1843 : Register to the Zillah Court 
of Salem j Acting Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate, North Arcot ; 
and Extra Assistant to Principal Collector and Magistrate, Salem. 
1844 : Acting Principal Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, and 
Agent to the Governor of Madras, in Yizagapatam. 1845 : Prin- 
cipal Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, and Agent to the 
Governor of Madras, in Ganjam. 1847 : Acting Collector and 
]\Iagistrate, and Agent to the Governor in Ganjam. 1849 : Proceeded 
to Europje on furlough. 1853 : Acting Civil and Sessions Judge, 
Chingleput. 1855 : At first Acting, afterwards Collector and 
Magistrate, Chingleput. 1859: On medical leave to Europe for 
15 months, i860: Civil and Sessions Judge of Chinglej)ut ; On 



MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 129 

medical certificate to Europe for 2 1 months. 1861 : Collector of Sea 
Customs, Madras. 1862 : ^Member and Commissioner for the 
Presidency Town, for Income Tax Acts for 1862-63. ^^63 : 
Resigned the service, 2'jth July. (Annuitant.) 

SILVER, James. — 1832 : Writer. 1834 : Assistant to Principal 
Collector and Magistrate, Madura. 1836 : Assistant to Collector 
and Magistrate, Tinnevelly. 1838 : Officiating Assistant Judge 
and Joint Criminal Judge, IMadura ; Acting Head Assistant to 
Principal Collector and Magistrate, I^Ialabar. 1839 : Head Assistant 
to Principal Collector and Magistrate, Malabar ; Acting Assistant 
Judge and Joint Criminal Judge, Cochin. 1843 : Special Assistant 
to Collector, Tinnevelly. 1844 : Proceeded, to EurojM on furlough. 
1848 : Without employ for 10 months, after ?r// K'/i Additional Sub- 
Collector and Joint Magistrate, Canara. 1849 : Acting Sub-Col- 
lector and Joint Magistrate, Canara. 1851 : Acting Civil and 
Sessions Judge, Honore. 1854 : At first Sub- Judge, then Acting 
Civil and Sessions Judge, Combaconum. 1855 : Acting Collector 
and Magistrate, Tinnevelly. 1856 : Collector and Magistrate, 
Tinnevelly. 1858 : On mediccd certificate to Europe for 21 months. 
1859 : Eesumed Charge of the Collectorate of Tinnevelly. 1865 : 
Permitted to retire from the service, $ist January. (Annuitant.) 
Died, Sth July 1870, in England. 

SIMPSON, James. — 1778 : Writer. No trace after 1782. 

SINCLAIR, Alexander. — 181 2 : Writer. 1816 : Assistant 
under the Chief Secretary in the Secret, Political, and Foreign 
Department. 181 7 : Register of the Zillah of Cuddapah. 1820 : 
At home. 1824: Returned to India ; Sub-Collector and Assistant 
Magistrate of Tanjore. 1827 : At home on absentee allowance. 
1832 : Out of the service. 

SKARDON, John Humphrey. — 1771 : Writer. 1776 : Factor, 
and Assistant at Cuddalore. 1780 : Junior Merchant. 1782 : 
Senior Merchant. 1791 : Secretary to the Military Board, and 
Inspector of the Jaghire Accounts. 1792 : At Permacoil. 1795 : 
Paymaster at Pondicherry. 1800 : Paymaster and Garrison Store- 
keeper at Nellore and its Dependencies. 1803 : At home. 1806 : 
Out of the service. 

SKELTON, George Hougham. — 1829 : Writer. 1832 : Acting 
Register of the Zillah of Cuddapah ; At home on absentee 
allowance. 1836: Returned to India. 1837: Register of the 
Zillah of Xellore. 1838: Acting Assistant Judge and Joint 
Criminal Judge of Cochin. 1841 : Sub-Collector and Joint Magis- 

I 



130 MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 

trate, Cuddapah. 1842 : Old of employ. 1843 : Proceeded on 
furlough. 1845 : Resigned thr service, gth July, in Frngland. 

SKELTON, Charles Pitman.— 1830 : Writer. 1833 : Kegister 
to the Zillah of Cuddapah. Died, 2isf Fehrunry 1836, at 
Sydney. 

SKINNER, Samuel.— 1791 : Writer. 1792 : Assistant under 
the Secretary in the Public, Commercial, and Kevenue Depart- 
ment. 1794 : Assistant under the Superintendent of the Xoozeed 
Zemindary. 1796: Assistant Collector of the Third Division of 
Masulipatam. 1799 : Assistant Collector of the Second Division 
of Masulipatam. 1803: Judge of the Zillah of Rajahmundry. 
1806 : Judge of the Zillah of Ganjam. 1808 : Acting Judge of 
the Centre Circuit Court. 1809: Third Judge of the Centre 
Circuit Court. 181 2 : Second Judge of the Centre Circuit Court. 
1820 : Ai home. 1825 : Out of the service. 

SLINGSBY, Andrew.— 1793 : Writer. 1 795 : Assistant under 
the Secretary to the Board of Trade. 1796 : Assistant under the 
Secretary in the Public, Commercial, and Revenue Department. 
1797 : Assistant under the Commercial Resident at Masulipatam. 
1804 : Assistant to the Commercial Resident at Cuddalore. 1806 : 
Out of employ. Died, 6th October 1809, at Vepery. 

SMALLEY, Edward. — 1806: Writer. 1808: Assistant under 
the Collector of Tanjore. 1812 : Head Assistant to the Collector 
of Coimbatore ; Assistant to the Secretary in the Political, Revenue, 
and Judicial Department. 1 8 1 5 : Secretary to the Board of Trade ; 
Assistant Judge of Combaconum. 181 7 : Acting Collector and 
Magistrate of Rajahmundry. 181 8: Acting Collector of Bellary. 
1820: Collector and Magistrate of Chingleput. 1823: Collector 
and Magistrate of Xellore. 1826 : Principal Collector and Magis- 
trate of Nellore. 1830 : Collector of Madras. 1832 : Acting Senior 
Member of the Board of Revenue ; Temporary Member, afterwards 
Member, of the Board of Revenue. 1833: At home on absentee 
allowance. {Annuitant on the Fund, 1836.) Died, 4th April 1873, 
in England. 

SMITH, John Lewin.— 1752 : Writer. 1768: Senior Mer- 
chant, and First in Council at Masulipatam; also Member of 
the Council of the Governor. 1771 : Out of the service.. 

SMITH, John.— 1752: Writer. 1768: Senior Merchant, and 
First in Council at Yizagapatam ; also Member of Council of the 
Governor. 1776 : Old of the service. 

SMITH, Charles.— 1753 : Writer. 1768: Senior Merchant. 



MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 131 

1774 : Membfiv of tlio Council of the CxovGrnor. 1782 : Out of the 
service. 

SMITH, Cecil. — 1789: Wiilor. 1790: Assistant under the 
Accountant and Assistant to the Imi^ort AVarehouse-keeper, 1 793 : 
Examiner and Head Assistant under the Accountant. 1794: 
Deputy Accountant-General. 1796: Superintendent of the Com- 
pany's Lands. 1798: Deputy Aecountant-General. 1799: Sec- 
retary to the Committee of Reform, and Secretary and Accountant 
to the Commissioners of the Sinking Fund. 1800: Deputy 
Aecountant-General and Civil Auditor. 1801 : Aecountant-Gene- 
ral to the Supreme Court of Judicature. 1802 : Aecountant- 
General and Civil Auditor. 1809 : Third Judge of the Northern 
Provincial Court; At home. 181 2: Returned to India, 1813 : 
Senior Member of the Board of Trade. Died, Sth December 18 13, 
at tJiP Caj^e of Good Hope. 

SMITH, JoHX Stuart. — 1789: 'Writer. 1790: Assistant 
under the Secretary in the Public and Revenue Department. 1 79 1 : 
Assistant under the Collector in the Xorthern Division of Arcot. 
1793 : Assistant under the Secretary in the ^lilitary, Political, and 
Secret Department. 1796: Assistant under the Military Pay- 
master-General and Choultry Register. 1797 : Register of Xative 
Alienations. 1799'- Deputy Commercial Resident at Cuddalore. 
1804: Paymaster and Garrison Storekeeper at Yellore and its 
Dependencies. Died, loth July 1806, at Vellore. 

SMITH, Henry. — 1793: Writer. 1794: Assistant under the 
Secretary to the Board of Revenue. No trace after 1796. 

SMITH, John. — 1795 : AVriter on the Bencoolen Establishment. 
1803: Transferred to the Madras Presidency; Assistant to the 
Chief Secretary to Government. 1804: Secretary to the Com- 
mittee of Audit for Captured Dutch Settlements. 1806: Pay- 
master and Garrison Storekeeper at Seringapatam. 18 13: Col- 
lector of Yizagapatam. Died, 20th June 1824, at Vizagcrpatam. 

SMITH, HoTHAM Pitches. — 1797: AVriter. 1798: Assistant 
under the Military, Political, and Secret Department. 1799: 
Deputy Secretary to the Board of Trade. 1800: Resigned the 
sercice, ith February. 

SMITH, Francis CuRWEN.— 1805 : Writer. 1807: Removed to 
the Bengal Establishment^ 'jtli Aj^ril. 

SMITH, Charles M. — 1805: Writer. 1809: Assistant under 
tlie Judge and Collector of ;_Seringapatam, 181 2: At home. 
1815 : Out of the service. 



132 MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS, 

SMITH, Samuel.— i8i 2 : Wnter. 1814: Head Assistant to 
the Collector of Salem. 1816 : Assistant Magistrate of Salem. 
182 1 : Head Assistant to the Principal Collector and Magistrate of 
Coimbatore. 1822: At home, 1827: Returned to India; Sub- 
Collector and Assistant Magistrate of Ganjam. 1830 : Judge and 
Criminal Judge of Malabar. Died^ 1st June 1831, at Calicut. 

SMITH, George Anthony. — 1820 -.Writer. 1822: Assistant 
to the Collector and IMagistrate of Rajahmundry. 1824: Head 
Assistant to the Collector and Magistrate of Masulipatam. 1826 : 
Head Assistant to the Collector and Magistrate of Rajahmundry. 
1832: Acting Collector and Magistrate of Yizagapatam. 1833: 
At home on absentee allowance. 1836 : Returned to Indian per 
''Royal Will lam;" Acting Judge and Criminal Judge of Rajah- 
mundry. 1837 : Acting Collector and Register of Rajahmundr}^ 
1838 : Collector and Magistrate of Rajahmundry. 1845 • ■^''^' 
ceeded on furlough. 1846: Returned to India. 1847: Collector 
and Magistrate, Kellore. Died, 1st June 1849, at Nellore. 

SMITH, Edmund. — 1827: Writer. 1829: Assistant to the 
Chief Secretary to Government, and Deputy Persian Translator. 
1831 : Assistant to the Commissioners for the Government of 
Mysore. 1832 : Junior Deputy Secretary to the Board of Revenue, 
and Secretary to the Board for the College, and for Public Instruc- 
tion; Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate of Malabar; Acting 
Private Secretary to the Governor. 1838 : Acting Deputy Regis- 
ter to the Sudder and Foujdarry Adawlut. 1839 : At home on 
absentee alloioance. 1847 : -^^^ traced after being on furlough. 
Died, i6fh August 1873, in England. 

SMOLLET, Patrick Boyle.— 1825 : Writer. 1828 : Head 
Assistant to the Collector of Guntoor. 1830: Head Assistant to 
the Secretary to the Board of Revenue. 1832 : Assistant to the 
Commissioners for the Government of Mysore. 1833 : Acting 
Assistant to the Chief Secretary in the Public and Secret Depart- 
ment. 1834 : Assistant Judge and Joint Criminal Judge of 
Madura ; Head Assistant to the Principal Collector and Magistrate 
of Kellore. 1835 : Acting Junior Deputy Secretary to the Board 
of Revenue. 1836: Commissioner for Drawing Lotteries. 1837: 
Assistant to the Judge and Criminal Judge of Chicacole ; Acting 
Senior Deputy Secretary to the Board of Revenue ; Officiating Sec- 
retary to the Board of Revenue. 1838 : Assistant Judge and Joint 
Criminal Judge of Rajahmundry ; Sub-Secretary to the Board of 
Revenue, and Acting Secretary. 1839 : Secretary to the Board of 



MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 133 



Revenue. 1843 : Register to the Courts of Sudder and Sudder 
Foujdarry Adawlut. 1845 ' Principal Assistant to Collector, 
Magistrate, and Agent to Governor, Yizagapatam. 1847 : Collec- 
tor, Magistrate, and Agent to Governor, Vizagapatam. 185 1 : 
Proceeded on furlough. 1854: Returned to India. 1855: Col- 
lector and Magistrate, Cliingleput. 1856: Collector, Magistrate, 
and Agent to Governor, Yizagapatam. 1857: Proceeded on fur- 
lough ; Resigned the service, from 2W1 December. {Annuitant on 
the Fund, 1859.) 

SMYTH, James.— 1 80 1 : Writer. No trace after this date. 

SNEYD, George.— 1789: Writer. 1790: Assistant under the 
Secretary in the Public and Revenue Department, and Under 
Searcher at the Sea Gate. 1791 : At home for his health. No 
trace after 1791. 

SNODGRASS, Thomas.— 1777 : Writer. 1782 : Factor. 1790: 
Senior Merchant and Assistant at Ganjam. i795' Resident at 
Ganjam. 1800: Collector at Ganjam. 1801 : Without employ. 
1804: Out of the service. 

SNOW, John.— 1776: Writer. 1782: Factor. 1790: Senior 
Merchant. 1791: Third in Council at Yizagapatam. i795 = 
Second in Council at Yizagapatam, and Collector of the Yizian- 
agram Zemindary. 1800 : At home. 1805 : Out of the service. 

SPALDING, John.— 1 781: Writer. 1783: Assistant to the 
Secretary to the Select Committee ; Assistant to the Auditor of 
Accounts. 1785: Assistant to the Secretary in the Revenue Depart- 
ment. 1787: Agent for Half-mounting and Clothing the Revenue 
IJattaUons. 1789:^?^ home for his health. No trace after 1 789. 

SPARKES, George.— 1828: Writer. 1829: Register of the 
Zillah of Canara. 1832 : Head Assistant to the Principal Collec- 
tor and Magistrate of Malabar ; Acting Sub-Collector and Joint 
Magistrate of Malabar. 1834 : Acting Assistant Judge of Mala- 
bar. 1836 : Additional Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate of 
Canara. 1837 : At home on absentee allowance. 1840 : Resigned 
the service, 2gth January. 

SPOTTISWOODE, Hugh.— 180 1 : Writer. 1804 : Acting 
Register of the Zillah of Yizagapatam. 1806 : Register of the 
Zillah of Ganjam. 1809 : Collector of Ganjam. 1819 : Collector 
and Magistrate of the Northern Division of Arcot ; Collector of 
Madras ; Superintendent of Stationery. Died, ^^h April 1820, on 
his passage to the Cape. 

STATHAM, Samuel. — 1 771: Writer. 1776: Factor, and 



134 MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 

Assistant at Masulipatam. 1780: Junior Merchant. 1782: 
Senior Merchant. 1791 : Supernumerary Councillor at Masuli- 
patam, and Resident at Nezampatam. Dead in 1793. 

STEPHENS, Philip.— 1780 : Writer. No trace after 1782. 

STEVENSON, James Arthur Robert.— 1819: Writer. 1823: 
Employed under the Commissioners in the Deccan. 1831 : At 
home on absentee aUoicance. 1833 : Returned to India, per " Eliza,'^ 
1834: Acting Mint Master. 1835: Collector and Magistrate of 
Ganjam. 1837 : Acting Commissioner in Goomsur and Sooradah, 
under the Provisions of the Act of Xo. 23 of 1836. Died, 20th 
June 1837, at Chatterpore. 

STODART, Alexander. — 1789: Writer. 1790: xVssistant 
under the Secretary in the Public and Revenue Department. 1792 : 
Assistant under the Commercial Resident at Yizagapatam. 1796 : 
Assistant under the Collector of Dindigul. 1797 : Out of employ. 
1798 : Assistant to the Collector in the Third Division of Yizaga- 
patam. 1800: Subordinate Collector in the Ceded Districts. 1801: 
Out of emjyloy. 1803: At home for his health. 1807: Returned 
to India; Deputy Commercial Resident at Ganjam. Died, i6th 
May 1807, at Madras. 

STOKES, John. — 1807: Writer. 1809: Assistant to the 
Register of the Sudder and Foujdarry Adawlut. 1811 : Assistant 
to the Collector of Trichinopoly. 1 8 1 2 : Fixed Examiner to the 
Secretary to the Board of Revenue, and Assistant to the Superin- 
tendent of Stamps ; Assistant to the Secretary in the ^Military and 
Political Department. 181 3 : French Translator to Government. 
181 5 : Deputy Collector of Sea Customs in Malabar and Canara. 
1S23 : Sub-Collector of Canara. 1824 : Secretary in the Revenue 
and Judicial Department. 1827 : Third Member of the Board of 
Revenue. 1832 : Employed as Commissioner in Canara. 1833 : 
At home on absentee aUowance. {Annuitant on the Fund from ist 
Maj/ 1835.) Died, I'jtJi June 1876, in England. 

STOKES, HuDLESTON. — 1826 : Writer. 1828 : Assistant to the 
Collector of Tinnevelly. 1830 : Head Assistant to the Collector of 
Tinnevelly. 183 1 : Head Assistant to the Principal Collector and 
Magistrate of Canara. 1832 : Under the Orders of the Com- 
missioners for the Government of Mysore. 1834 : Superintendent 
of a Division in Mysore. 1838 : At home on absentee alloicance. 
1 841: Returned to India. 1842: Assistant to Commissioner, 
Kurnool. 1843: Collector and Magistrate, Guntoor. 1854: Col- 
lector and Magistrate, Guntoor, and Member of the College Board. 



MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. I35 



1S55: Collector and Magistrato, Gimtoor. 1856: Collector of 
Land Customs, Madras. 1856: Resigned the sernce, 15//'. leb- 
ruar>/, in India. {Annuitant on the Fnnd, 1857.) 

STONE, John Maxwell. — 175 5 = AVriter. 1768: Senior 
Merchant 1774: Member of Council of the Governor. 177? : 
BrcaUed by order of the General Court of Proprietors, 9th May 
1782: Chief at (lanjam. No trace after 1 782. 

STONE, John Trotter.— i779 : Writer. No trace^ after 1782. 
STONEHOUSE, Timothy Yansittart.— 1816 : Writer. 1819 : 
Assistant to the Secretary to the Board of Revenue. 1820 : Assis- 
tant to the Collector and Magistrate of ^^ellore. 1826: Head 
Assistant to the Principal Collector and Magistrate of Nellore. 
1828 • At home on absentee alloicance. 1830 : Returned to India, 
per ^^Dul-e of Bedford:' 1831 : Acting Collector and Magistrate 
of Masulipatam. 1832 : Collector and Magistrate of :\rasulipatam, 
and in Charge of Treasury there ; Acting Collector and Magis- 
trate of Tinnevelly; Acting Secretary in the Revenue and Judi- 
cial Department; Member of the Mint Committee; Acting 
Mint Master. 1833 : Mint Master and Malyalum Translator to 
Government 1835 : Principal Collector and Magistrate of Xellore. 
1845 : Accountant -General and Member of the Mint Committee. 
1847 : Accountant-General and Member of the College Board. 
1850: Accountant-General and Member of the Mint Committee. 
1851 : Accountant-General and Provisional Member of Council. 
1855: Accountant-General and Member of the Mint Committee. 
1856 : Resigned the service, 20th December, in India. {Annuitant 
on the Fund, 1858.) Died, 29th January 1866, in England. 

STORY, Edmund.— 1829: Writer. 1833: Assistant under 
Principal Collector, Nellore. 1834 : Second Assistant to Principal 
Collector and Magistrate, Cuddapah. 1835 : Acting Register to 
the ZiUah Courts of Cuddapah, and of Bellary. 1836: Acting 
Register to the Zillah Court, Chicacole. 1838: Register to the 
Zillah Court, Chicacole. 1839 : Acting Assistant Judge and 
Joint Criminal Judge, Chicacole ; Register to the Zillah Court, 
Yizagapatam. 1840 : Acting Register to the Northern Provincial 
Cour°t ; Assistant Judge and Joint Criminal Judge, Guntoor. 1 843 : 
Sub-Judge, Cuddapah ; Acting Sub-Judge at Salem. 1845 : Pro- 
repded to Europe on furlough. 1847 : Acting Civil and Sessions 
Jud-e, Trichinopoly. 1849: Acting Civil and Sessions Judge, 
Salem ; Sub-Judge at Bellary. 1850 : Acting Civil and Sessions 
Jud^e, Cuddapah. 185 1 : Acting Civil and Sessions Judge, 



136 MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 

Bellaiy. 1856 : Civil and Sessions Judge, at Guntoor and at Tin- 
nevelly. 1859: On medical cert ijicate to England, i860: Civil 
and Sessions Judge, ^N'ellore. 1865 : Permitted, to retire from the 
service^ 1st February. (Annuitant.) Died, ijth Axoril 1874, in 
England. 

STRACEY, Edward. — 1758 : Writer. 1768 : Junior Merchant. 
1771 : Senior Merchant. 1774: Member of Council of the 
Governor. 1776 : Resigned the service. 

STRACHAN, Francis. — 1796: Writer on the Bencoolen 
Establishment. 1804: Transferred to the Madras Presidency ; 
Assistant to the Commercial Resident at Salem. 1806: Register 
of the Zillah of Xellore ; Register of the Zillah of Salem. Died, 
on his passage to the Cape of Good Hope, 20th April 1808, on the 
" Brunswick " transport. 

STRACHEY, George.— 1796 : AVriter. 1798: Assistant in 
the Military, Secret, and Political Department. 1800: Secretary 
and Accountant to the Commissioners of the Sinking Fund. 1803 : 
Secretary in the Military Department. 1805 : Secretary to the 
Finance Committee. 1807: Joint Assay Master. 1808: Private 
Secretary to the Governor. 1809: Judge and Magistrate of the 
Zillah of Cuddapah. 18 10: Out of employ. 181 1: Secretary in 
the ^Military Department. 1 8 1 2 : Junior Secretary to Government. 
1813 : Chief Secretary to Government. 182 1 : At home. 1824: 
Out of the service. 

STRANGE, James. — 1773: AVriter. 1778: Factor. 1782: 
Junior Merchant. 1790: Senior Merchant. 1791 : Paymaster at 
Tanjore. 1795: At home. 1800: Out of tlie service. 

STRANGE, Thomas Lumsdex. — 1825 : Writer. 1829 : Register 
of the Zillah of Malabar. 1831 : Assistant Judge and Joint 
Criminal Judge, Malabar. 1839 : Proceeded to Etircpe on furlough. 
1842: Acting Judge and Criminal Judge, Malabar. 1843: Sub- 
Judge at Calicut, and Acting Civil and Sessions Judge, Tellicherry. 
1 845 : Civil and Sessions Judge, Tellicherry ; Civil and Sessions 
Judge, Bellary. 1851 : Acting Judge, subsequently Puisne Judge 
of the Court of Sudder and Foujdarry Adawlut. 1852 : Special 
Commissioner for Inquiring into the Moplah Disturbances in 
Malabar. 1856 : Proceeded on medical certificcde to Europe. 
1859 : Commissioner for Inquiring into the System of Judicatiu'e 
in the Presidency. 1862 : Judge of the High Court of Judicature. 
1863 : Resigned the service, 2d May. {Annuitant.) Died, yl 
September 1884, m England. 



MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 137 

STRATTON, George. — 175 1 : Writer. 1768: Member of 
Council of the Governor. 1777 : Recalled hy order of the General 
Court of Prop'ietors, gth May. 1780 : Suspended from the service. 

STRATTON, George. — 1793: Writer. 1796: Assistant to the 
Beetle and Tobacco Manager, and to the Secretary to the Board of 
Revenue. 1797 : Assistant to the Superintendent of the Court of 
Cutcherry. 1799: Head Assistant under the Collector of Salem. 

1800 : Out of employ ; Collector of the Western Polygar Peishcush. 

1801 : Collector of Arcot, ISTorth of the River Palar. 1803 : Judge 
of the Zillah of Carangooly. 1806 : Judge of the Zillah of Tinne- 
velly. 18 10: At home. 1815 : Returned to India ; Second Com- 
missioner for the Revision of the Judicial System ; Third Judge of 
the Sudder Adawlut Court. 1819: Third Member of the Board 
of Revenue. 1820: Member of Council, and President of the 
Sudder Court and Board of Trade. 1824 : At home. 1829 : Out 
of the service. 

STROMBOM, Peter Hexrt.— t8i6 : Writer. 1818 : Secretary 
to the Commissioner for Conducting the Restitution of the Dutch 
Settlements; French Translator to Government. 1820: Register 
of the Zillah of Yizagapatam. 1 82 1 : Assistant to the Collector and 
Magistrate of Cuddapah. 1830 : Register of the Zillah of Rajali- 
mundry. 1832 : Judge and Criminal Judge of Cuddapah. 1837 : 
Judge and Criminal Judge of Chicacole. 1838 : Acting, after- 
wards Judge and Criminal Judge of Cuddapah. 1839 : Judge and 
Criminal Judge of Chittoor. 1840 : Third Judge of the Provincial 
Court of Appeal and Circuit, Northern Division. Died^ 2W1 
August 1 84 1, at Guntoor. 

STUART, Charles Edward. — 1804 : Writer. 1807 : Assistant 
under the Principal Collector in the Ceded Districts; Assistant 
to the Principal Collector in the Ceded Districts, Malabar. 
Died on his passage home, ^d April iSog, onboard the '^ Iluddart.^' 

SULIVAN, JoHX. — 1765: Writer. 1771 : Factor. 1774: 
Junior Merchant, and Fifth in Council at Masulipatam. 1776 : 
Senior Merchant, and Fourth in Council at Masulipatam. 1778 : 
At home. 1782 : In India. No trace after 1782. 

SULIVAN, Richard Joseph. — 1770: Writer. 1776: Factor; 
At home. 1778 : Junior Merchant {still at home). 1782 : Senior 
Merchant. No trace after 1782. 

SULIVAN, Stephen". — 1778 : Persian Translator and Secretary. 
1780 : Resident at Tanjore. No trace after 1780. 

SULIVAN, John Stewart. — 1795: Writer. 1798: Assistant 



it;8 MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 



under the Secretary in the PubHc, Commercial, and Revenue Depart- 
ment. 1 799 : Assistant under the Commercial Resident at Tinne- 
velly. 1800 : Deputy Commercial Resident at Tinnevelly. 1801 : 
Deputy Commercial Resident at Ramnad. 1809 : Commercial Resi- 
dent at Ramnad. 1 8 1 4 : Commercial Resident at Tinnevelly. 1 8 2 1 : 
Out of ewp^ojj. 1823: Commercial Resident at Tinnevelly. 
1826 : At home. {Annuitant on the Fund from gth May 1826.) 
Died, i4fh December 1837, in England. 

SULLIVAN, John. — 1804: "Writer. 1805: Assistant under 
the Secretary in the Revenue and Judicial Department. 1806 : 
Register of the Zillah of Chittaput. 1807 : Assistant to the Chief 
Secretary in the Secret, Political, and Foreign Department. 1809 : 
Acting Assistant to the Resident at Mysore. 1811: At home. 
1 8 14: Returned to India; Collector of Chingleput. 181 5: Col- 
lector of Coimbatore. 182 1 : Principal Collector and Magistrate 
of Coimbatore. 1830 : At home on absentee aUowance. 1835 : 
Returned to India; Senior Member of the Board of Revenue. 
1836: President of the Revenue, Marine, and College Boards. 
1839 : Member of Council of the Governor, and President of the 
Revenue, ^Marine, and College Boards. {Annuitant on the Fund, 
1841.) Died, i6th January 1858, in England. 

SULLIVAN, Edward R. — 1806: Writer. 1809: Assistant 
under the Collector of Malabar. 181 1 : Acting Assistant to the 
Resident at Mysore. 18 13: Head xVssistant to the Resident at 
Mysore. 181 5 : Postmaster-General and Superintendent of Govern- 
ment Lotteries. 1819: At home. 1822: Returned to India; 
Assistant to the Chief Secretary to Government; Secretary and 
Treasurer of the Government Bank. 1824: Out of the .?ervice. 

SULLIVAN, Richard James.— 1838 : Writer. 1840: Assis- 
tant to Collector and Magistrate, Trichinopoly. 1 843 : Proreeded on 
furlough. 1845 : Returned to India; Assistant to Collector and 
Ma^dstrate, Trichinopoly. 1846 : Head Assistant to Collector and 
Ma^'istrate, Trichinopoly. 1847 : Head Assistant to Collector and 
Magistrate, Coimbatore. 1850: Head Assistant to Collector and 
Ma^'istrate, Xorthern Division of Arcot. 1851 : Head xVssistant 
to Collector and Magistrate, Coimbatore. 1852: Proceeded on 
furlough. 1854 : Returned to India. 1855 : Out of em;ploy. 1856 : 
Subordinate Judge, Mangalore. Died, ^th February 1858, at Ryde, 
Me of Wight. 

SUTHERLAN, Alexander Milford.— 1837 : Writer. 1838: 
Assistant to the Principal Collector and ]Magistrate of Nellore. 



MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 139 

1839: Acting Head Assistant to the Collector and Magistrate of 
Kajahmuudry. 1840: Assistant to Collector, iSragistrate, and 
Agent to Governor, Ganjam. 1844: Proceeded on furlough. 
1847: Betumed to India. 1848: Head Assistant to Collector 
and Magistrate, Nellore. 1850 : Head Assistant to Accountant- 
Gencral. 185 1 : Proceeded onfurloiir/Ji. 1853 : Returned to India. 
1854: Proceeded on farlowjh. 1857 : Resigned the service, 26th 
August, in England. 

SWINTON, George Melville.— 1833 : Writer. 1835 : Assis- 
tant to the Principal Collector and Magistrate of Cuddapah. 
1837 : Acting, afterwards Assistant to the Collector and Magis- 
rate of Chingleput. 1838 : Acting, afterwards Head xVssistant to 
the Collector and Magistrate of Chingleput. 1841 : Second Assis- 
tant to Accountant-General. 1842 : Head Assistant to Accountant- 
General. 1848: Proceeded on furlough. 1850: Returned to India ; 
Assistant Judge, Mangalore. 1852 : Assistant Judge, Combaco- 
num. Died, 24th October 1853, at the Cape of Good Hope. 

TANNER, Theodore Ivey.— 1769: Writer. 1774: Factor. 
1778: Junior Merchant. 1780: Senior Merchant. No trace 
after 1782. 

TASWELL, William. — 1794 : Writer. 1796 : Assistant under 
the Secretary in the Military, PoKtical, and Secret Department. 
1798 : Assistant to the Import Warehouse-keeper. 1799 : Deputy 
Sea Customer. 1800: Resigned the service, 12th April. 

TAYLOR, James.— 1764: AA'riter. 1771 : Factor. 1774: 
Junior Merchant. 1776: Senior Merchant. 1790: Siispjended 
from the service. 1792 : At home. 1800 : Out of the service. 

TAYLOR, Harry.— 1777: Writer. 1782: Factor. 1790: 
Senior Merchant. 1791 : Senior Merchant and Paymaster at 
Ellore. 1800: Collector of the Cuddalore and Pondicherry 
Revenues. 1801 : At home. 1805 : In Imlia, icithout employ. 
Died, on his wag to Eugland, ^th December 1806, on board the 
ship " Glory:' 

TAYLOR, James.— 1794 : Writer. 1796 : Assistant under the 
Secretary in the Military, Political, and Secret Department. 
1797: Assistant under the Accountant-General. 1798' Deputy 
Secretar}^, afterwards Secretary to the Board of Trade. 1800 : In 
Charge of the Import Warehouse. 1802 : Superintendent of the 
Quality of Investment. 18 14: Third Member of the Board of 
Trade. 181 6: Second Member of the Board of Trade. 1825: 
Acting? Third Judge of the Provincial Court, Northern Division. 



I40 MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 

1826: First Judge of the Provincial Court, Soutliern Division. 
1828: Member of Council of the Governor, and President of the 
Revenue and Marine Boards. 1831 : At home on absentee allow- 
ance. {Annuitant on the Fund from 1st May 1833.) Died^ gth 
jSejjf ember 1852. 

TAYLOR, Henry. — 1796: Writer. 1799: Assistant under 
the Secretary to the Board of Trade. 1800 : Assistant under the 
Commercial Resident at Vizagapatam. 1805: Deputy Commercial 
Resident at Yizagapatam and Ganjam. 1810: Commercial Resi- 
dent at Yizagapatam. 1 8 1 9 : Commercial Resident at Maddepollam 
and Masulipatam. 182 1 : Out of employ. 1823: At home. 1827: 
Returned to India ; Commercial Resident at Yizagapatam. 1830 : 
Out of emjiloy. Died, 2d October 1832, at Vizagapatam. 

TAYLOR, AYiLLiAM Rayxsford. — 1814: Writer; Assistant 
Commercial Resident at Yizagapatam. 181 5: At home. 1819 : 
Returned to India ; Assistant to the Secretary to the Board of Trade; 
Assistant to the Superintendent of the Import Warehouse ; Assis- 
tant to the Superintendent of Stamps. 1820 : Register of the Zillah 
of Trichinopoly. 1823 : Second Assistant to the Accountant-Gene- 
ral. 1825 : At home. 1827 : Returned to India; Assistant Judge 
and Joint Criminal Judge of the Zillah of Madura. 1829 : Judge 
and Criminal Judge of Combaconum. 1830 : Judge and Criminal 
Judge of Chingleput. 1832 : Third Judge of the Provincial Court, 
Southern Division. 1833 : -^^ home on absentee alloioance. 1836 : 
Returned to India ; Acting Judge and Criminal Judge of Nellore ; 
Acting Judge and Criminal Judge of Chingleput. 1837 : Acting 
Second Judge of the Provincial Court, Southern Division ; Acting, 
afterwards Postmaster-General. 1838: Second Judge of the Pro- 
vincial Court, Southern Division. 1841 : First Judge of the Pro- 
vincial Court of Appeal and Circuit, Centre Division. 1844: 
Civil and Session Judge, Chittoor ; Resigned the service, ^d De- 
cember, in India. {Annuitant on the Fund, 1845.) Died, 10th 
January 1864, in England. 

TAYLOR, James Corbett. — 1831 : Writer. 1832 : Assistant 
to the Collector and Magistrate of Kellore. 1833 : Assistant to 
the Principal Collector and Magistrate of I^ellore. 1835 : Acting 
Register of the Zillah of Nellore. 1837 : Head Assistant to the 
Principal Collector and Magistrate of Nellore. 1838 : Acting Sub- 
Collector and Joint Magistrate of Salem. 1839 : Acting Head 
Assistant to the Principal Collector and Magistrate of Salem. 
Diedi 4th February 1839, at Salem. 



MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 141 

TEMPLE, Grenville Temple. — 181 8 : Writer. 1820: Re- 
signed, i4fh June, in England. 

TERRY, Edward. — 1796: Writer. 1799: Assistant in the 
Public Revenue and Commercial Department. 1800 : Assistant to 
the Accountant to the Board of Revenue. 1801 : Assistant to tlie 
Commercial Resident at Tinnevelly. Lost on his xiassage home, 
December 1801, in the ship " Generous.^' 

THACKERAY, William. — 1793 : Writer. 1797 : Assistant 
under the Secretary in the Public, Commercial, and Revenue 
Department. 1798 : Assistant under the Commercial Resident at 
Vizagapatam. 1799 : Assistant under the Collector of Peddapore. 
1800: Gentoo Translator to Government; Subordinate Collector 
in the Ceded Districts. 1803 ; Judge of the Adawlut in the 
Zillah of Masulipatam. 1806: Junior Member of the Board of 
Revenue. 18 10: Chief Secretary to Government. 1813: At 
liome. 181 7: Returned to India ; Acting Collector of Coimbatore. 
1818: Collector and Magistrate of Bellary. 1820: Third Judge 
of the Sudder Adawlut Court ; Member of Council of the Governor, 
and President of the Board of Revenue. Died on his passage to 
the Cape of Good Hope, nth January 1823, on hoard the '■^ Nancy.''' 
THACKERAY, Webb.— 1806 : Writer. 1807 : Assistant to the 
Judge and Magistrate of the Zillah of Bellary. Died, 1st Sep- 
tember 1807, at Gundloor. 

THACKERAY, St. John. — 1806: Writer, 1809 : Assistant 
under the Secretary to the Board of Revenue. 1 8 1 2 : Head Assis- 
tant to the Collector of Trichinopoly. 18 14: Head Assistant to 
the Collector of Tanjore. 1816 : Assistant Magistrate of Tanjore. 
1819 : Employed in the late Peishwah's Dominions. Killed, 2yl 
October 1824, at Kittoo. 

THOMAS, James. — 181 2: Writer. 181 7 : Second Assistant 
to the Collector of Tinnevelly. 1819 : Head Assistant to the 
Collector and Magistrate of Tinnevelly. 1821 : At home. 1825 : 
Returned to India ; Junior Assistant to the Accountant-General. 
1826 : Senior Deputy Accountant-General, Commercial Accountant, 
and Auditor. 1828 : Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate of Coim- 
batore. 1830: Principal Collector and Magistrate of Coimbatore. 

1832 : Third Judge of the Provincial Court, Centre Division. 

1833 : At home on absentee alloivance. 1836 : Returned to India. 
1837: Acting Deputy Accountant-General; Judge and Criminal 
Judge of Rajahmundry. Died, 6th January 1840, at Madras. 

THOMAS, John Fryer.— 18 16: Writer. 1818: Assistant to 



142 MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 



the Register of the Sudder and Foiijdarry Adawlut. 1819 : San- 
scrit Examiner to the College ; Head Assistant to the Register of 
the Sudder Adawlut. 1824: Senior Deputy to the Register of 
the Sudder Adawlut. 1827 : At home on ahaeniee allowance. 
1831 : Returned to India; Judge and Criminal Judge of Comba- 
conum. 1832 : Acting Principal Collector and Magistrate of 
Coimbatore. 1834 : Register of the Sudder and Foujdarry Adawlut. 
1835 : Additional Government Commissioner for Carnatic Claims. 
1836: Acting Third Judge of the Provincial Court, Northern 
Division. 1837: Additional Government Commissioner for Car- 
natic Claims. 1838 : Sole Commissioner for Final Adjustments of 
Small Claims drawn from the Carnatic Fund. 1839 : Sole Govern- 
ment Commissioner for Small Claims withdrawn from the Car- 
natic Fund, and Member of the College Board. 1842 : Proceeded 
on furlough. 1843 : Returned to India; Secretary to Government, 
Civil Department. 1844: Secretary to Government, Civil De- 
partment, and Member of the Mint Committee. 1845 : Chief 
Secretary to Government. 1849 : Chief Secretary to Government, 
and Provisional Member of Council. 1850 : Member of Council, 
and Chief Judge of the Sudder Dewannee and Sudder Foujdarry 
Adawlut. 1855: Proceeded on furlough ; Resigned the service, 
^ I st December, in India. {Annuitant on the Fund, 1857.) Died, 
-jth April 1877, in England. 

THOMAS, Thomas J. W.— 1824 : \yriter. 1826 : At home on 
absentee alloicance. 1830: Returned to India, per ''Alfred;" 
Register of the Zillah of Chicacole. 1832 : Acting Head Assistant 
to the Collector and Magistrate of Masulipatam. 1833 : Head 
Assistant to the Collector of Masulipatam. 1838 : Acting Deputy 
Collector of Sea Customs at Madras ; Assistant Judge and Joint 
Criminal Judge of Rajahmundry. 1841 : Assistant Judge and Joint 
Criminal Judge, Yizagapatam. 1844 : Subordinate Judge, Madura. 
Died, ijth March 1845, at Madras. 

THOMAS, Edward Brown.— 1824 : Writer. 1827 : Assistant 
to the Principal Collector and Magistrate, Xorth Arcot. 1828 : 
Head Assistant to the Collector and Magistrate, Trichinopoly. 
1830: Head Assistant to the Principal Collector, Coimbatore. 
1833: Acting Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate, Coimbatore. 
1834 : Acting Assistant Judge and Joint Criminal Judge at Salem; 
Acting Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate, South Arcot. 1835 : 
Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate, South Arcot. 1837 : At home. 
1840 : Acting Judge and Criminal Judge, Malabar. 1841 : Judge 



MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 143 

and Criminal Judge, !Malabar. 1842 : Acting Collector and Magis- 
trate, Tinnevelly. 1843 : Collector and Magistrate, Tinnevelly. 
1848 : Officiating Secretary to Government. 1849 : Acting Prin- 
cipal Collector and Magistrate, Coimbatore. 1851 : Collector and 
Magistrate, Coimbature. 1858 : Proceeded to Europe in Ajrril, on 
mediccd certificate. 1862 : Resigned the service, 1st May. (Annuitant.) 

THOMPSON, George.— 1776 : Writer. 1782 : Factor. 1790 : 
Senior Merchant. 1791 : Senior Merchant and Assistant at Nagore. 
1800 : Resident at Xegapatam, and Revenue Assistant under the 
Resident at Nagore. 1802 to 1804: Without erapJoy. 1805: 
Out of the service. 

THOMPSON, Christopher Anstey. — 1816: AVriter. 1819 : 
Register of the Zillah of Bellary. 1820 : Register of the Zillah of 
Combaconum. 1824 : Junior Deputy Register of the Sudder and 
Foujdarry Adawlut. 1828 : Secretary in the Public, Revenue, and 
Commercial Department ; Collector of Chingieput. 1S29 : Princi- 
pal Collector and Magistrate of Xellore. Died, nth June 1831, 
at Madras. 

THOMPSON, Edward Penton. — 1822: Writer. 1826: Assis- 
tant to the Collector and Magistrate of Yizagapatam. 1827 : Head 
Assistant to the Principal Collector of Cuddapah. 1828 : Acting 
Assistant to the Resident at Mysore. 1830 : Sub-Collector and 
Assistant Magistrate of Salem ; Assistant Judge and Joint Criminal 
Judge of Salem. 1832 : Acting, afterwards Judge and Criminal 
Judge of Canara. 1835 : Acting Zillah Judge of Canara. 1836 : 
Acting Judge and Criminal Judge of Malabar ; Acting Judge and 
Criminal Judge of Madura. 1837 : Acting Collector and Criminal 
Magistrate of Tinnevelly. 1838: Assistant Judge and Joint Criminal 
Judge of Salem. 1840 : Principal Collector and Magistrate of 
Tinnevelly. 1841 : Proceeded on furlough. 1844: Returned to 
India. 1845 : Secretary to Government, Civil Department. 
1846: Secretary to Government, Revenue, and Judicial Depart- 
ment. 1847 : Second Puisne Judge of the Sudder Dew\amiee and 
Sudder Foujdarry Adawlut. 1852: Resigned the service, ist 
January, in India. {Annuitant on the Fund, 1852.) 

THORP, Samuel. — 1789: AVriter. Bied, i<,th July 1791. 

THURESBY, John William.— 1789 : Writer. 1790: Assis- 
tant under the Secretary to the Board of Trade. 1791 : Assistant 
under the Collector of the Southern Division of Arcot. 1793 : 
Assistant to the Resident at Cuddapah. 1794: Assistant under 
the Accountant at Cuddalore and Pondicherry. 1797 : Assistant 



144 MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 

under the Collector of Cuddalore and Pondicherry. 1800 : Out of 
employ. 1801 : Paymaster and Garrison Storekeeper at Madura. 
No trace after 1801. 

TIMBRELL, James. — 1823 : ^Vriter. Died, 2^th January 1825, 
o?i Ms passage to England. 

TOD, James Ogilvie. — 1798 : Writer on the Bencoolen Estab- 
ishment. 1805 : Transferred to the Madras Presidency ;" A^&i^- 
tant under the Chief Secretary in Secret, Political, and Foreign 
Department : Assistant under the Subordinate Collector of Trichi- 
nopoly. 1806: Eegister of the Zillah of Masulipatam. 1809: 
Judge and Criminal Judge of Masulipatam. 1822 : Third Judge 
of the Provincial Court, Northern Division. 1825 : Acting Judge 
of the Provincial Court, Northern Division. 1828 : Second Judge 
of the Provincial Court, Northern Division. (Annuitant on the 
Fund from gth May 1831.) Died, 6th January 1837, in England. 

TORIN, Benjamin. — 1779: Writer. 1790: Senior Merchant. 
1791 : Paymaster at Pallamcottah. 1792 : Collector in the Tinne- 
velly Districts. 1795: At home. 1800: Kesident at Tanjore. 
1803 : At home. 1805 : Out of the service. 

TORIN, Charles Beauvoir. — 1794: Writer. 1796: Assistant 
under the Secretary in the Public, Commercial, and Eevenue De- 
partment. 1798 : Assistant to the Commercial Kesident at Tanjore. 
1799 : At home for his health. 1801 : Returned to India, and out 
of empJloy. No trace after 181 1. 

TORRIANO, William Harcourt. — 1766: Writer. 1771 : 
Factor. 1774: Junior Merchant. 1778: Senior Merchant. 
1791 : Paymaster at Yellore. 1795: Kesident at Nagore. 1800: 
Sea Customer and Boat Master. 1801 : ^^ home. 1803 : In India, 
and without employ. 1808 : Out of the service. 

TORRIANO, Lionel Augustus. — 1769 : Writer. 1774 : Factor 
and Assistant at Cuddalore. Dead in 1776. 

TOWNSEND, Thomas. — 1792: Writer. 1793: Assistant 
under the Secretary in the Political, Military, and Secret Depart- 
ment. 1794: Assistant to the Commercial Kesident at Salem. 
1796: Assistant under the Collector of the Southern Division of 
the Yizianagram Zemindary. 1800 : Assistant under the Collector 
in the First Division of Yizagapatam. 1801 : Assistant under the 
Collector of Nellore and Ongole. 1802 : Judge of the Zillah of 
Guntoor. 1806 : Judge and Magistrate of tlie Zillah of Manar- 
goody. 1808: Out of employ. 1809: Judge and Magistrate of 
the Zillah of Masulipatam; Third Judge of the Provincial 



MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 145 

Court, Northern Division. 1815 : At home. 181 7 : Out of the 
service. 

TRACEY, Hon. William Hanbury. — 1829: Writer. 1831 : 
Assistant under the Principal Collector of Coimbatore. 1832 : Ke- 
gister to the Zillah of Combaconum. 1833 : Register of the Zillah 
of Chittoor. 1834 : Register of the Zillah of Combaconum. 1838 : 
At home. 1839 : Returned to India. 1840 : Out of employ. 1841 : 
Assistant Judge and Joint Criminal Judge, Cochin. 1843 : Pro- 
ceeded on furlough. 1 846 : Name removed^ 1 gth August^ in England. 

TRAVERS, John Benward. — 1792 : Writer. 1793 : Assistant 
under the Accountant-General. 1794 : Assistant to the Collector 
in the Northern Division of Jaghire. 1796 : Assistant under the 
Collector in the Southern Division of the Vizianagram Zemindary. 
1797 : Deputy Secretary to the Board of Revenue. 1799 • Sec- 
retary to the Board of Revenue. 1801 ; Collector of Nellore and 
Ongole. 1809 : Acting Judge, afterwards Second Judge of the 
Provincial Court, Northern Division. 18 16: At home. 181 7 : 
Returned to India. 1819 : Third Judge of the Provincial Court, 
Northern Division. 1820 : Second Judge of the Provincial Court, 
Centre Division. Died in 1820, in Madras. 

TRAVERS, George Francis. — 1 794 : Writer. 1797: Assistant 
under the Secretary in the Military, Political, and Secret Depart- 
ment. 1798 : Assistant to the Commercial Resident at Yizagapa- 
tam. 1799 • Assistant under the Accountant-General. 1801 : 
Deputy Accountant in the Commercial and Revenue Departments. 
1802 : Deputy General and Commercial Accountant. 1803 : 
Subordinate Collector in the Ceded Districts. 1806 : Judge and 
Magistrate of Kodicondah. 1808 : Collector of the Zillah of 
Kodicondah; Collector of the Zillah of Ganj am. 1809: Collector 
of the Zillah of Trichinopoly. 1815 : Judge and Magistrate of 
the Zillah of Guntoor ; Third Judge of the Provincial Court, 
Northern Division. i8ig : At home. 1822: Out of the service. 

TRAVERS, OcTAVicjs.— 1851: Writer. 185^' Proceeded on 
furlough. 1855 : Resigned the service iSth April^ in England. 

TREMAMONDO, Anthony Edward A.—See Angelo, An- 
thony Edward. 

TUDOR, Matthew.— 1770 : Writer. 1776; Factor. 1778: 
Junior Merchant. 1782: Senior Merchant. 1791: Paymaster 
at Aska. 1792 : Collector of the Northern and Centre Divisions 
of the Masulipatam Havelly. Dead in 1795. 

TULLOH, Robert Henry. — 1804: Writer. 1807: Assistant 



146 MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 

to the Register of the Sudder and Fouj dairy Adawhit ; Removed 
to the Bengal Esfahlishmoit, ^oth July 1807. 

TURING, John. — 1762: Writer. 1768: Factor. 1771 : 
Junior Merchant. 1774 : Senior Merchant, and Third in Council 
at Cuddalore. 1791 : Civil and Military Paymaster-General, and 
Garrison Storekeeper. 1792 : At home. 1795 : Out of the service. 

TURING, AViLLiAM. — 1769: Writer. 1774: Factor. 1778: 
Junior Merchant. 1780: Senior Merchant. 1790: Out of the 
service, 

TURING, John. — 1795: Writer. 1798: Assistant in the 
Military, Political, and Secret Department. 1799: At home for 
his health. 1800 : Returned to India ; Assistant to the Secretary 
in the Public, Revenue, and Commercial Department ; Head Assis- 
tant in the Military Department; Deputy Postmaster-General. 
1802 : At home. 1808 : Out of the service. 

TURNBULL, John George. — 1804 : Writer. 1807 : Assistant 
under the Principal Collector of Tanjore and Trichinopoly. 1808 : 
Assistant under the Collector of Salem. 1810 : Register of the 
Zillah of Northern Malabar. 181 2: Register of the Zillah of 
Tinnevelly; Deputy Accountant in the Military Department. 
1 8 14: Deputy Accountant-General. 181 5 : Commercial Account- 
ant and Auditor. 1822 : Accountant-General. {Retired upon 
Annuity Fundy 1840.) Diedy 2d January 1872, in England. 

TWEEDIE, Alexander George. — 1842: Writer. 1845: 
Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, Bellary. 1852 : Head 
Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, Guntoor; Head Assistant 
to Collector and Magistrate, Masulipatam. 1854: Proceeded on 
furlough. Died, 2'jth August 1855, at Dover. 

TYLER, George. — 1777: Writer. 1782: Factor. 1790: 
Senior Merchant. 1791 : In Bengal, and continued tliere till 1822; 
employment not specified, though stcded to he in the service. 1823 : 
At home. 1827 : In Madras icithout employ. 1830: Cashier of 
the Government Bank. Died^ iSth October 1834, at Fort St. 
George. 

UNDERWOOD, William Elphinstone. — 1823 : Writer. 
1826: Assistant to the Collector and Magistrate of Guntoor. 
1828 : Register of the Zillah of Chingleput ; Register to the Pro- 
vincial Court, Centre Division. 1830 : Secretary to the Marine 
Board; Acting Boat Paymaster. 1831 : Acting Magistrate on the 
Beach. 1832: Deputy Collector of Sea Customs at Madras; 
Secretary to the Marine Board. 1837 : Commissioner for Drawing 



MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS, 147 



Government Lotteries. 1838: Acting Deputy Secretary to 
Government in the Chief Secretary's Department. 1839 : Acting 
Principal Collector and IMagistrate of INIalabar ; Deputy Collector of 
Sea Customs, Madras. 1841 : Collector of Sea Customs, Madras. 
i860: Resif/ned the service in India. {Annuitant on the Fundy 
May i860.) Died, igfh January 1874, in England. 

UTHOFF, Edward.— i8i 2 : Writer. 1806: Assistant to the 
Register of the Provincial Court, Southern Division ; Assistant 
Magistrate of Tinnevelly. 181 7 : Head Assistant to the Collector 
of Tinnevelly. 1819 : Deputy Malabar and Tamul Translator to 
Government ; Junior Deputy Secretary to the Board of Revenue. 
Died, 21st August 1822, at Madras. 

VANSITTART, George. — 1777 : Writer. No trace after 
1778. 

VAUGHAN, Hugh.— 177 1 : Writer. 1776: Factor. 1780: 
Junior Merchant. 1782 : Senior Merchant. 1791 : Senior Mer- 
chant, and Paymaster at Madura. 1800: At home. 1801 : Old of 
the service. 

VAUGHAN, James. — 1802 : Writer. 1803 : Assistant to the 
Collector of Xellore. 1806: Register of the Zillah of the 
Xorthern Division of Malabar. 1808 : Register of the Zillah of 
the Augadeeporam. 1811 ; Deputy Collector of Sea Customs at 
Malabar and Canara. 181 5 : Head Assistant to the Collector of 
Malabar. 1816 : Collector and Magistrate of Malabar. 1822 : 
Principal Collector and Magistrate of Malabar. 1826 : Second 
Judge of the Provincial Court, Western Division. 1830 : At 
home on absentee allowance. {Annuitant on the Fund from 1st 
May 1830.) Died, 4th January 1833, ^'^ England. 

VAUGHAN, John.— 1808: Writer. 1814 : Register of the 
Zillah of Bellary. 1816 : Register of the Zillah of Guntoor. 
1 8 1 7 : [Head Assistant to the Collector, and Assistant to the 
Magistrate of Xellore. 1822 : Sub-Collector and Assistant Magis- 
trate of Cochin. 1823 : Sub-Collector and Assistant Magistrate of 
Malabar. 1826: Judge and Criminal Judge of Canara. 1830: 
Third Judge of the Provincial Court, Western Division. 1832 : 
Second Judge of the Provincial Court, Western Division. 
1838: First Judge of the Provincial Court, Western Division. 
1842 : Proceeded on furlough. Died, ^th October 1842, in Shrop- 
shire, England. 

VIBART, Henry. — 1804: Writer. 1807: Assistant to the 
Secretary to the Board of Revenue ; Assistant to the Collector of 



148 MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS, 



the Zillah of Ganjam. 1811 : Register of the Zillah of Rajah- 
mundry. 1822: Register and Assistant Collector of the Zillah 
of Seringapatam. 1824: Judge and Criminal Judge of the 
Zillah of Masulipatam. {Annuitant on the Fund from Decemher 
1832.) Died, ^th Noveiiiber 1839, in England. 

VINES, GooDSON.— 1792 : Writer. 1793 : Assistant under the 
Secretary to the Board of Revenue. 1796: Assistant under the 
Commercial Resident at Masulipatam. 1797 : Assistant under 
the Commercial Resident at Palamcottah. 1800: Out of employ. 
1803 : Suspended the service and ordered home. 1806 : Out of the 
service. 

VIVE ASH, Harry (now Baskervillb. ) — 1 8 1 1 : Writer. 1 8 1 5 : 
Head Assistant to the Collector of Madras. 1817 : Mahratta 
Translator to Government. 1822: Sub-Collector and Assistant 
Magistrate of Bellary. 1826 : Collector and Magistrate of Chingle- 
put. 1828 : Principal Collector and Magistrate of Madura. 1833 : 
Principal Collector and Magistrate of Canara. 1835 : Third Mem- 
ber of the Board of Revenue. 1836 : Second Member of the 
Board of Revenue. 1838 : At home on absentee allowance. 
{Annuitant on the Fund from s^th April 1838.) Died, 6th 
February 1877, in Englnad. 

WALKER, John.— 1823: Writer. 1826: Assistant to the 
Collector of Tinnevelly ; Register of the Zillah of Madura. 1828 : 
Junior Deputy Register of the Sudder Adawlut ; Assistant Judge 
of the Zillah of Canara. 1834: At home on absentee alloivance. 

1837 : Returned to India, p)er " General Kyd ;'' Police Magistrate. 

1838 : Acting Deputy Collector of Madras, and Superintendent of 
Stationery ; Canarese Translator to Government. 1839 : Assistant 
Judge and Joint Criminal Judge of Madura, and Acting Judge 
and Criminal Judge of Malabar. 1840: Judge and Criminal 
Judge of Cuddapah. 1844: Civil and Session Judge, Nellore. 
1853: Resigned the service, 1st May, in India. {Annuitant on 
the Fund.) Died, 24th July 1862, in England. 

WALLACE, John, 86^—1789: Writer. 1790: Assistant 
under the Accountant. 1794 ; Assistant at Masulipatam. 1796 : 
Deputy Commercial Resident at Nagore. 1799 : Commercial 
Resident at Nagore. 1800 : Leave to the Cape of Good Hope, and 
eventually to Europe. 1805: Returned to India; Commercial 
Resident at Ingeram. iZoZ : At home for his health. iSiiiOut 
of the service. 

WALLACE, Thomas.— 1790: Writer. 1791 : Assistant under 



MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 149 

the Secretary in the Mihtary Department, 1792: Assistant at 
Ganjam. 1796: Deputy Secretary in the Military Department. 
1797 : At home for Jus health. No trace after 1797. 

WALLACE, John, jun. — 1792: Writer. 1794: Assistant 
under the Secretary in the Military, Political, and Secret Depart- 
ment, and Assistant to the Accountant to the Board of Revenue. 
1795 : Assistant to the Accountant to the Board of Trade. 1796 : 
Assistant under the Secretary to the Board of Trade, and to the 
Import Warehouse-keeper and Deputy Postmaster-General. 1798 : 
Assistant under the Resident at Xagore. 1799 : Assistant to the 
Collector of Xagore. 1800 : Head Assistant to the Collector of 
Tanjore. 1801 : Collector of Trichinopoly and its Dependent 
Polygars. 1805 : Principal Collector of Tanjore and Trichinopoly. 
1813 : Second Member of the Board of Revenue. Died, "jth 
Angust 18 14, at Madras. 

WARD, Samuel Xevill.— 1831 : Writer. 1833 : Assistant to 
Collector and Magistrate, Trichinopoly. 1834: Acting Register 
to the Zillah Courts of Combaconum and of Chittoor. 1837 : 
Acting Head Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, Ganjam ; and 
Register of the Zillah Court of Canara. 1842 : Acting Assistant 
Judge and Joint Criminal Judge, Cochin ; Acting Register of the 
Zillah Court of Malabar ; Acting Assistant Judge and Joint Crimi- 
nal Judge, Malabar; and Acting Assistant Judge of the Zillah 
Court of Canara. 1843 : Extra Assistant to Principal Collector 
and Magistrate, and Acting Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate, 
Canara. 1844 : Acting Additional Sub-Collector and Sub- Judge, 
]\Iangalore. 1845 • Additional Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate, 
Canara. 1847; Proceeded to Eurox>e on furlough. 1850: Acting 
Civil and Sessions Judge, Madura; Acting Civil and Sessions 
Judge, Cuddapah; and Acting Collector and Magistrate, South 
Arcot. 185 1 : Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate, Salem. 1852 : 
At first Acting, then Civil and Sessions Judge, Calicut. 1853: 
Civil and Sessions Judge, Cuddalore. 1855 : Acting Civil Auditor 
and Superintendent of Stamps. 1857 : Civil and Sessions Judge, 
Coimbatore. Resigned the service, 2'jt7i October 1863. (Annuitant.) 

WARD, Edward Eyre.— 1834: Writer. 1836: Assistant to 
the Principal Collector and Magistrate of Salem. 1837 : Assistant 
to the Principal Collector and Magistrate of Canara. 1838 : 
Assistant to the Principal Collector and Magistrate of Coimbatore ; 
Assistant to the Principal Collector and Magistrate of South Arcot. 
1841 : Head Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, Masulipatam. 



150 MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 

1843 : Head Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, Coimbatore. 
Died, ^th March 1843, at Ootacamund. 

WARE, Thomas Stephen.— 1793 : Writer. 1796: Assistant 
imder the Secretary to the Board of Revenue. 1797: Assistant 
under the Accountant to the Board of Revenue. 1798: Deputy 
Accountant to the Board of Revenue. 1799: Acting Persian 
Translator to the Board of Revenue. Died, $th Novemher 1799. 

WARRICKER, John.— 1777 : Writer. 1782: Factor. 1790: 
Senior Merchant and Assistant at Yizagapatam. 1800 : Assistant 
to the Collector at Ganjam. No trace after 1800. 

WASEY, William George. — 1778: Writer. No trace after 
1782. 

WATERS, George Jenkins.— 1808: Writer. 1814: Register 
of the Zillah of Canara. 1821 : At home. 1823: Returned to 
India; Acting Judge and Criminal Judge of Chittoor. 1825: 
Acting Judge of the Zillah of Cuddapah. 1826: Judge and 
Criminal Judge of the Zillah of Chittoor. 1832 : Officiating Mint- 
Master ; Third Judge of the Provincial Court, Northern Division. 
1836 : At home on alsentee allowance. 1837 : Returned to India, 
per ''Barretto Junior:' 1838: Acting First Judge of the Pro- 
vincial Court, Centre Division. 1839 : Acting Civil Auditor and 
Superintendent of Stamps ; Acting First Judge, Provincial Court, 
Southern Division. 1840 : Judge and Criminal Judge of Cudda- 
pah ; First Judge of the Provincial Court of Appeal and Circuit 
for the Southern Division. 1842 : First Judge of the Provincial 
Court of Appeal and Circuit for the Western Division. 1844 : 
Civil and Session Judge, Second Class, Tellicherry. 1845 : Puisne 
Judge of the Sudder Dewannee and Sudder Foujdarry Adawlut. 
1846 : First Puisne Judge of the Sudder Dewannee and Sudder 
FoujdaiTy Adawlut. 1847 ; Civil and Session Judge, Coimbatore. 
Resigned the service, 4th Decemler. {Annuitant on the Fund, 
1848.) Died, 1 2 Ih Fehrua ry 1882, in England. 

WATTS, John Nicholson.— 1796: Writer. 1799: Assistant 
under the Secretary in Public, Revenue, and Commercial Depart- 
ment. 1800 : Head Assistant in the Revenue and Judicial De- 
partment. 1801 : Assistant under the Commercial Resident at 
Tinnevelly; Deputy Commercial Resident at Tinnevelly. 1802: 
Head Assistant to the Collector of Dindigul. 1804 : Register of 
Tanjore. 1805 : Subordinate Collector of Tanjore. 1808 : At 
home. 1814 : Returned to India. Died, 2W1 July 1815, a^ Fort 
St George. 



MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 151 

WATTS, Thomas. — 1806: Writer; Assistant to the Secretary 
to the Board of Revenue. 1807 : Assistant to the Principal Col- 
lector of Tanjore, &c. 1808 : Second Assistant to the Collector of 
Trichinopoly. 181 1: Register of the Zillah of Dharapooram. 
Died, May 181 1, at Dharapooram. 

WAYTE, William. — 1797: Writer. 1800: Assistant under 
the Secretary in the Military, Political, and Secret Department. 
1802 : Deputy Secretary to the Board of Revenue. 1806 ; Secre- 
tary to the Board of Revenue. 1810 : Third Member of the Board 
of Revenue. 181 9: Second Member of the Board of Revenue. 
1822: At home. 1827: Out of the service. {Annuitant on the 
Fund from ist January 1827.) Died, I'jth December i860, in 
England. 

WEBB, William. — 1770: Writer. 1776: Factor. 1778: 
Junior Merchant. 1782: Senior Merchant. 1791- Import 
Warehouse-keeper at Cutwal, and Member of the Committee of 
Regulations. 1795 : Member of the Board of Trade, and Import 
Warehouse-keeper. 1800: Agent for Supplies. 1801 : Without 
employ. Died, 14th August 1807, in Madras. 

WEBB, Nathaniel.— 1778: Writer. 1790: Senior Merchant. 
1791 : Collector of the Guntoor Circar. 1792: Manager of the 
Ganjam Havelly. 1800 : Collector in the Second Division of the 
Yizagapatam Districts. 1803: Second Judge of the Court of 
Circuit and of Appeal for the Centre Division. 1808 : Senior 
Judge of the Court of Circuit and for Appeal for the Northern 
Division. 1829: Postmaster - General. {Annuitant on the Fund 
in 1838.) Died, $th August 1838. 

WEBBE, JosiAH.— 1783 : Writer; Assistant to the Secretary to 
the Select Committee. 1786: Assistant to the Secretary in the 
Military Department, Mahratta Translator, and Deputy Commissary- 
General. 1787 : Under the Secretary in the Public and Revenue 
Department. 1790 : Secretary to the Board of Assumed Revenue. 
1792: Temporary Member of the Board of Assumed Revenue. 1793: 
Deputy Secretary in the PubHc, Commercial, and Revenue Depart- 
ment. 1 796 : Secretary in the Public and Commercial Department, 
Clerk to the Court of Appeal, and to the Committee of Treasury. 
1797 : Secretary to Government, and Mahratta Translator. 1800 : 
Chief Secretary to Government, and jMahratta Translator. 1801 : 
Resident at the Durbar of the Rajah of Mysore. 1803 : Resident 
at Xagpore. 1804 : Resident at the Court of Dowlut Rao 
Scindia. Died, gth Novemher 1804, at Mussingahad, on the hanlis 
of the Nerludda, 



152 MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS, 

WEBSTER, George.— 1778 : Writer. 1 790 : Senior Merchant. 
1791 : Sepoy Paymaster. Died, ^d July 1794, in Madras. 

WEDDERBURN, James A.— 1848: Writer. 1852 : Assistant 
to Collector and Magistrate, Coimbatore. 1853 : Assistant to Col- 
lector and Magistrate, Chingleput. Died, igfh May 1854, at 
Cliinglepid. 

WELCH, Thomas. — 1771 : AVriter. 1776: Factor. 1780: 
Junior Merchant. 1782: Senior Merchant. 1790: At home. 
1 793 : Out of the service. 

WEST, Francis Alexander. — 1826: Writer. 1829: Register 
of the Zillah of Bellary; Register of the Zillah of Cuddapah. 
Died, 26th September 1832, at Arcot. 

WESTCOTT, George. — 1764: Writer. 1771 : Factor and 
Assistant at Masidipatam. 1774: Junior Merchant. 1776: Senior 
Merchant and Paymaster at Ellore. 1790 : At home ; Returned to 
India. 1801 : Senior Member of tlie Board of Trade. Died, Sth 
May 1809, at Fort St. George. 

WETHERELL, Charles. — 1792: Writer. 1794: Assistant 
under the Secretary in the Public, Commercial, and Revenue De- 
partment. 1795 : Assistant to the Collector in the Burramehal. 
1797: Assistant under the Commercial Resident at Ingeram. 
1799: Out of employ; Paymaster at Khistnagherry. 1802: 
Paymaster and Garrison Storekeeper at Madura. 1806: Pay- 
master and Garrison Storekeeper at Trichinopoly. 1811:^^ home. 
1816 : Out of the service. 

WHEATLEY, Thomas Rundall. — 1817 : Writer. 1819 : 
Assistant to the Register of the Zillah of Bellary ; Head Assistant 
to the Collector and Magistrate of Cuddapah. 1826 : Acting 
Deputy Accountant-General in the Military Department. 1827 : 
Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate of Malabar. 1828 : At home 
on absentee allowance. 1832 : Returned to India; Secretary in 
the Revenue and Judicial Department. 1835 : At home. 1840 : 
Absent from India five years. 
^/ WHISH, John Clinton. — 1807 : Writer. 1809 : Assistant to 

the Chief Secretary in the General, Commercial, and Law Depart- 
ment. 1810 : Assistant to the Superintendent of Stamps. 181 1 : 
Fixed Examiner in the Office of Sub-Secretary in the Commercial 
and Law Department. 1 8 1 2 : Head Assistant to the Collector of 
Coinibatore. 181 6 : Assistant Magistrate of Coimbatore. 182 1 : 
vSub-Collector and Assistant Magistrate of Coimbatore ; Collector 
and Magistrate of Guntoor. 1831 : Principal Collector and Magis- 



MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 153 

trate of Xellore. 1835 : At Iiome on absentee allowance. {Annui- 
tant on the Fund, from ist July 1837.) Died, 22d November 
1837, at Mortimer House, near Reading. 

WHISH, Charles Matthew. — 1813 : Writer. 1815 : Register 
of the Zillali of South Malabar. 1823: Register of the Zillah 
of ^lalabar. 1826 : Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate of 
Malabar. 1827 : Assistant Judge and Joint Criminal Judge of 
Malabar. 1830 : Assistant Judge and Joint Criminal Judge of 
Cuddapah. 1831 : Out of employ. 1832 : Acting Judge and 
Criminal Judge of Cuddapah. Died, i^th Ajpril 1833, at Cud- 
dapah. 

WHITE, Charles Nicholas. — 1776: "Writer. 1782: Factor. 
1790: Senior Merchant. 1791: Secretary in Public and Revenue 
Department, and Clerk of Appeals, and to Treasury. 1795 : 
Member of the Revenue Board. 1800 : Senior Member of the 
Board of Revenue. iZoi : At home. 1805: Out of the service. 

WHITE, EvAX Marsh. — 1790 : Writer. 1793 : Assistant 
under the Secretary in the Military, Political, and Secret Depart- 
ment. 1794: Assistant to the Collector of Guntoor. 1796: 
Acting Paymaster at Ongole. Died, I'jth August 1796. 

WHITE, Daniel.— 1829: Writer. 1831 : Assistant to the 
Principal Collector of Malabar. 1832 : Acting Head Assistant to 
the Principal Collector and Magistrate of Malabar. 1835 : Assis- 
tant to the Principal Collector and Magistrate of Malabar ; Acting 
Sub-Collector, Malabar. 1836: Head Assistant to the Principal 
Collector and Magistrate of Malabar. 1837 : Acting Assistant 
Judge and Joint Criminal Judge of Salem ; Acting Additional Sub- 
Collector and Joint Magistrate of Canara ; Head Assistant to the 
Principal Collector and Magistrate of Malabar (Resunied) ; Actin^^ 
Assistant Judge and Joint Criminal Judge of Malabar. 1838 : 
Acting Assistant Judge and Joint Criminal Judge of Cochin ; 
Acting Assistant Judge and Joint Criminal Judge of Malabar. 
1839 : Assistant Judge and Joint Criminal Judge of Malabar. 
1840: Proceeded on furlough. 1843: Returned to India; Sub- 
Collector and Joint Magistrate, Southern Division of Arcot. 
1850: Collector and Magistrate, Xellore. Died, ^ist March 
1853, ^*^^ Pointe de Galle, Ceylon. 

WHITEHILL, John.— 1752 : Writer. 1768 : Senior Merchant 
and Member of the Council of the Governor. 1780: Dismissed 
from Council and. service. 

WHITTINGHAM, Charles. — 1830 : Writer. 1834: Assis- 



154 MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS, 



tant to Principal Collector and Magistrate, South Arcot. 1836 : 
Acting Register to the Zillah Court of Combaconum ; Acting Head 
Assistant to Principal Collector and Magistrate, South Arcot; 
Officiating Joint Criminal Judge, Chingleput. 1837 : Head Assis- 
tant to Principal Collector and Magistrate, South Arcot ; Officiat- 
ing Junior Deputy Secretary to the Board of Revenue. 1838: 
Head Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, South Arcot. 1839 : 
Acting Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate, South Arcot. 1840 : 
Acting Head Assistant to the Accountant-General ; Commissioner 
for Government Lotteries. 1841 : Acting, afterwards Sub-Collector 
and Joint Magistrate, Tinnevelly. 1845 : Proceeded to Europe on 
furlough. 1848: Acting Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate, 
Tinnevelly. 1849 • Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate, Tinne- 
velly. 1854: Collector and Magistrate, North Arcot. 1859: 
On medical certificate to England for 30 months. 1861 : Resigned 
the service, iSth December, in England. {Annuitant.) Died, 10th 
November 1879, in London. 

WHITTINGHAM, Anthony. — 1837 : Writer. 1840: Pro- 
ceeded on furlough. Pensioned in England, 2d August 1843. 

WHITTINGTON, William.— 1804: AYriter. Died, i^th Sep- 
tember 1806, in Madras. 

WILLIAMS, Morgan.— 1760: Writer. 1768: Junior Mer- 
chant. 177 1 : Senior Merchant, and Third in Council at Yizaga- 
patam. 1782: Member of the Council of the Governor. Died 
in 1790. 

WILLIAMS, Henry.— 1820: Writer; ^?f home. 1826: Re- 
turned to hidia ; Assistant to the Principal Collector and Magis- 
trate of Canara ; Head Assistant to the Collector and INIagistrate 
of Chingleput. 1827 : Head Assistant to the Collector and 
Magistrate of Salem. 1828 : Head Assistant to the Collector 
and Magistrate of Cuddapah. Died, 2^th March 1830, at 
Cuddapah. 

WILLIAMSON, Robert Hudleston. — 1828: Writer. 1832: 
Register of the Zillah of Madura; Acting Assistant to the 
Accountant-General. 1833 : Register to the Zillah Court of Rajah- 
mundry. 1834 : Register to the Zillah Court of Madura. 1836 : 
Proceeded to Europe on furlough. 1841 : Acting Deputy Collector 
of Sea Customs, Madras. 1842 : Deputy Collector of Sea Customs, 
Madras ; Commissioner for Government Lotteries. 1 845 : Acting 
Collector of Sea Customs, Madras. 1853: Acting Postmaster- 
General. 1854 : Postmaster-General. 1859 : Officiating Director- 



MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. I55 

General of Post Offices in India. i860 : Resumed Charge of 
Office of Postmaster - General, Madras. 1862: Proceeded to 
Europe on furlough; Resigned the service^ 2^th November 1862. 
(Aunuifauf.) 

WILLIS, KiCHARD Legge. — 1778: AVriter. 1790: Senior 
Merchant. 1791 ^ Paymaster in Guntoor Circar. 1792 : Sus- 
pended from service. 

WILLOCK, Arthur. — 1S17 : Writer. 1823 : Assistant to the 
Secretary to the Board of Revenue. Died, iSfh September 1824, 
at Madras. 

WILMOT, Arthur. — 1824: "Writer. 1827: Assistant to the 
Principal Collector and Magistrate of Bellary. Died, 1827, at 
Anantapoor. 

WILSON, George. — 1781: "Writer. 1782: Assistant to the 
Secretary in the Civil Department. 1783 : Assistant at Yizaga- 
patam. 1790 : Paymaster at Chicacole. 1798 : Paymaster and 
Garrison Storekeeper at Yizagapatam and its Dependencies. Died^ 
24th August 1799, at Yizagapatam. 

WILSON, Hexry. — 1789: Writer; Assistant under the Secre- 
tary in the Secret Department, and Assistant to the Secretary to 
the Board of Revenue. 1791 : Assistant to the Collector in the 
Northern and Central Division of Masulipatam Havelly. 1796 : 
Assistant to the Collector in the First Division of the Masulipatam 
District. 1797: At home for his health. 1799: Returned to 
India ; Paymaster and Garrison Storekeeper at Jumacondah and 
its Dependencies. 1800 : Deputy Paymaster at Guntoor. 1802 : 
Out of employ. 1803 : Paymaster and Garrison Storekeeper at 
Yizagapatam. 1808: At home. 1810 : Out of the service, 

WILSON, Alexander. — 1797 : Writer. 1799 : Assistant under ^ 
the Secretary to the Board of Revenue. 1801 : Assistant under 
the Collector of the Xorthern Division of Canara. 1803 : Regis- 
ter of the Zillali of Rajahmundry. 1805 : Subordinate Collector 
of Canara. 1807 : Judge and Magistrate of the Zillah of Honore. 
1809: Judge and Magistrate of the Zillah of Canara. 18 14: 
Judge and Magistrate of the Zillah of Malabar. 1823 : Judge 
and Criminal Judge of the Zillah of Malabar. 1824: Third 
Judge of the Provincial Court, Western Division. 1826: 
Annuitant from 1st May. Died, 2W1 November 1863, in 
England. 

WILSON, William. — 1830: Writer. 1832: Assistant to the 
Principal Collector and Magistrate of the Southern Division of 



156 MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 

Arcot. 1833 • Register of the Zillah of Chingleput. 1834 : 
Register of the Zillah of Chittoor. 1835: At home. 1840: 
Absent from India jive years. 

WISSETT, Robert. — 1793: Writer. 1795: Assistant under 
the Secretary to the Board of Trade. 1796 : Assistant under the 
Resident at Vizagapatam. 1797 : Assistant under the Resident 
at the Presidency. Died at sea in 1798. 

WISSETT, Thomas. — 1795: Writer. 1797: Assistant under 
the Secretary in the Military, Secret, and Political Department. 
1798: Assistant under the Commercial Resident at Vizagapatam. 
1800 : Deputy Commercial Resident at Ganjam. Died^ nth 
December 1806, at Ganjam. 

WOOD, John. — 1772: Writer. 1778: Factor. No trace 
ajter 1778. 

WOOD, Edward. — 1800: Writer. 1803: Persian Translator 
to the Sudder and Poujdarry Adawlut. 1804: Deputy Register 
to the Sudder and Foujdarry Adawlut. 1806: Acting Register 
to the Sudder and Foujdarry Adawlut. 1807 : Register to the 
Sudder and Foujdarry Adawlut. 1809 : J^idge and Magistrate of 
Seringapatam ; Register to the Sudder and Foujdarry Adawlut. 
1813 '. Senior Secretary to Government. 181 5 : Paymaster of 
Stipends at the Presidency. 1820: Chief Secretary to Govern- 
ment. Died^ 2W1 May 1824, at Madras. 

WOOD, Henry. — 1832 : Writer. 1834 : Assistant to Principal 
Collector, Cuddapah. 1835 : Assistant to Principal Collector, South 
Arcot. 1837 : Assistant to Principal Collector and Magistrate, 
South Arcot. 1838: Acting Second Assistant to Accountant- 
General. 1839: Proceeded to Europe on jurlourjh. 1 841 : Acting 
Register of the Provincial Court of the Northern Division, and 
Assistant Collector and Magistrate, ChinglexDut. 1842 : Acting 
Assistant Judge and Joint Criminal Judge, Guntoor. 1843 : 
Acting Head Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, Chingleput. 
1844: Head Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, Chingleput. 

1845 • Acting Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate, South Arcot. 

1846 : Head Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, Salem. 1847 : 
Acting Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate, South Arcot. 1 849 : 
Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate, South Arcot. 1854: Acting 
Collector and Magistrate, Guntoor. 1855 : Collector and Magis- 
trate, Guntoor. 1859: Leave to England, on private affairs, for 
6 months ; Collector and Magistrate, South Arcot. 1862 : Pro- 
ceeded to Europe on jurlough. 1865 : Extension of 6 months on 



MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 157 

jmvate affairs; Resigned the service^ 14th December, in England. 
{Annuitant) Died, lotli Odoher 1873, in England. 

WOODCOCK, Charles. — 1796: Writer. 1798: Assistant 
under tiie Accountant to the Board of Revenue ; Senior Assistant 
under the Accountant to the Board of Revenue ; Deputy Postmaster- 
General. 1800 : Deputy Accountant to the Board of Revenue, and 
Head Assistant to the Accountant-General in the Revenue and Com- 
mercial Department. 1801 : At 1 tome. iZod : Returned to India ; 
Register of the Zillah of Tinnevelly. 1807 : Judge and Magistrate 
of the Zillah of Combaconum. 1810 : Judge and ^Magistrate of the 
Zillah of Ganjam. 1818: Judge and Criminal Judge of the 
Zillah of Guntoor ; Out of employ. 1S20 : At home. {Annuitant 
on the Fund in 1834.) Died, 2^th May 1852, in England. 

WOODCOCK, Edward H. — 1806: Writer. 1807: Assistant 
to the Secretary in the Revenue and Judicial Department ; Assis- 
tant to the Register to the Suclder and Foujdarry Adawlut. 1808 : 
Fixed Examiner under the Secretary in the Revenue and Judicial 
Department. 1809 : Register of the Zillah of Cuddapah. 181 2 : 
Register of the Zillah of Tinnevelly. 1816 : Register of the Zillah 
of Salem. 1822: Sub-Collector of Tanjore. 1824: Judge and 
Criminal Judge of the Zillah of Cuddapah. 1825 : Judge and 
Criminal Judge of the Zillah of Salem. 1828: Third Judge of 
the Provincial Court, Southern Division. 1830 : Second Judge of 
the Provincial Court, Southern Division. 1831 : At home on 
absentee allowance, {Annuitant on the Fund from ist May 1834.) 
Died, ^oih October 1870, in England. 

WOODGATE, Charles Henry. — 1832 : Writer. 1833 : Assis- 
tant to the Principal Collector and Magistrate of Xorth Arcot. 
1835 : Acting Head Assistant to the Collector and Magistrate of 
Trichinopoly. 1836 : Acting Head Assistant to the Collector and 
Magistrate of Coimbatore. 1838 : Head Assistant to the Collector 
and Magistrate of Trichinopoly. 1844; Proceeded on furlough. 
1847 • Returned to India. 1848 : Subordinate Judge, Madura. 
1855: Civil and Sessions Judge, Tinnevelly. Died, 30th October 
1856, on board the ^^ Alma." 

WOOLF, Robert. — 1779*. Writer. 1790: Senior Merchant. 
1791 : Auditor of Civil Accounts, Deputy Accountant, and Con- 
tractor for Repairs. 1795 : Accountant-General. i^ot,: Athome. 
1805 : Out of the service. 

WORDSWORTH,Favel.— 1777; Writer. 1782: Factor. No 
trace after 1782. 



158 MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 

WRANGHAM, John. — 1783: Writer. 1785: Li Bengal 
1787: Assistant to the Secretary in the Public Department. 1 788 : 
Assistant at Tanjore. 1790: Deputy Paymaster and Deputy 
Import Warehouse- keeper, and Member of the Committee for 
Investigating the King's Army Accounts. 1791 : Assistant to 
the Collector of Madura and Dindigul. 1793: Member of the 
Committee of Investigation at Noozeed. 1796: Collector of 
the Fourth Division of the Masulipatam Districts. 1798: Out 
of employ. 1800: At home. Died, 4th Novemler 1804, at Tun- 
hriclge Wells. 

WREY, Edward Bourchier. — 1811 : Writer. 1815 : Assistant 
to the Accountant-General. 1819 : Secretary to the Kative Pension 
Fund Committee. 1822 : Assistant to the Accountant-General. 
1825 : Register to the Provincial Court, Northern Division. 1827 : 
Assistant Judge and Joint Criminal Judge of Masulipatam. 
1830: At home on ahsentee allowance. 1833 : Returned to India. 

1834 : Judge and Criminal Judge of Xellore ; Judge and Criminal 
Judge of Rajahmundry. {Annuitant on the Fund in 1839.) Died, 
^oth May 1840, in England. 

WRIGHT, William Evatt. — 1794: Writer. 1797: Assistant 
under the Secretary to the Board of Revenue. 1799: Acting 
Deputy Secretary to the Board of Revenue. 1800: At home. 
1803: Retiirned to India; Deputy Secretary to the Board of 
Trade. 1 805 : Malabar Translator to Government. 1806: Judge 
and Magistrate of Chittoor. 1808 : Third Judge of the Provincial 
Court, Centre Division. 182 1 : At home. 1824: Out of the 
service. 

WROUGHTON, John Chardin. — 181 7 : Writer. 1823 : iVssis- 
tant to the Collector and Magistrate of Bellary. 1824 : Assistant 
to the Collector and Magistrate of Cuddapah; At home. 1827 : 
Returned to India ; Head Assistant to the Principal Collector and 
Magistrate of Madura. 1828 : Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate 
of Cuddapah. 1829 : Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate of Tinne- 
velly. 1830: Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate of Madura. 

1835 : Collector and Magistrate of Masulipatam, and in Charge of 
the Treasury there. 1836: Acting Collector of Sea Customs at 
Madras, and Member of the Marine Board. 1838 : Collector of 
Sea Customs at Madras, and Member of the Marine Board. 1841 : 
Principal Collector and Magistrate of Coimbatore. 1851 : Pro- 
ceeded on furlough. 1852: Resigned the service^ ^oth Ajml, in 
India. {Anriuitant on the Fund, 1852.) Died, 2,0th November 
1854, in England, 



MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 159 

WYLIE, George. — 1849: Writer. 185 1 : Assistant to Col- 
lector and Magistrate, Cliinglepnt. 1853 : Proceeded on furlough. 
1854: Returned to India; Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, 
GuntOor. 1855 : Head Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, 
Giintoor. 1857 : Head Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, 
Rajahnmndry ; Proceeded on furlough. 1859: Resigned the service^ 
J 2th Aprils in England. 

WYNCH, A\^iLLiAM. — 1767: Writer. 1774: Factor and 
Assistant at Masulipatam. 1776: Junior Merchant and Pay- 
master at Trichinopoly. 1778 : At home. Returned to India after 
1782, hecame Senior Merchant^ and loas at home in 1790. 1793 : 
Out of the service. 

WYNCH, Alexander. — 1768: Member of the Council of the 
Governor. 1774: Governor of the Presidency. Resigned lefore 

1775. 

WYNCH, George.— 1772 : Writer. 1778: Factor. 1780: 
Junior Merchant. 1790 : Senior Merchant. 1791 : Third in 
Council at Ganjam. 1792: Collector at Caroor. 1795: Without 
employ. Suspended from the service^ and at home in 1800. 1805 '- 
Out of the service. 

WYNCH, John. — 1777: Writer. 1782: Factor; At home. 
1790: Senior Merchant. 1791 : Deputy Export Warehouse-keeper. 
1792; Paymaster to the Western Army. 1795: Paymaster at 
Walajabad and at Arnee. Died in 1795. 

WYNOX, Charles. — 1789: Writer. 1790: Assistant to the 
Secretary to the Board of Revenue. 1793 : Assistant under the 
Resident at Ingeram. 1794 : Out of employ. 1796 : Collector in 
the Fourth Division of the Masulipatam District. 1798: Out of 
employ. 1803 : Secretary to the Board of Trade. 1807 : Acting 
Member of the Board of Trade. 1^11: At home. 181 5 : Returned 
to India. Died, January 181 8. 

YEATES, Matthew. — 1767: Writer. 1774: Factor. 1776: 
Junior Merchant and Assistant at Ingeram. 1778: Senior Mer- 
chant. 1791 : Senior Merchant and Resident at Ingeram. 1800 : 
Without employ. Died, i^th November 1808, at St. Tliome, 
Madras. 

YOUNG, Samuel. — 1781 : Writer. 1783: Assistant to the 
Secretary to the Select Committee in Bengal; Assistant to the 
Secretary in the Civil Department. 1786 : Assistant at Masulipa- 
tam. 1787 : Paymaster at Ongole and at the Palnaud. 1793 : At 
home. 1801 : Returned to India. 1802 : Paymaster and Garri- 



i6o MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 



son Storekeeper at Masulipatam' and its Dependencies. 1808: 
At liome. 181 2 : Out of the service. 

YOUNG, Egbert Herries. — 1797 : Writer on the Bencoolen 
Establishment. 1803: Transferred to the Madras Presidency; 
Acting Assistant to the Secretary in the MiHtary Department; 
Assistant to the Collector in the Southern Division of Arcot. 
1805 :" Subordinate Collector of Trichinopoly. 1808 : Head 
Assistant to the Collector of Trichinopoly. 1810 : Judge and 
Criminal Judge of Tinnevelly. 1820: Collector and Magistrate of 
Tinnevelly. Died, gth May 1820, at Tricliindoor. 

YOUNG, Stuart Johnson. — 1833 : Writer. 1835 : Assistant 
to the Collector and Magistrate of Chingleput. 1837 : Assistant 
to the Principal Collector and Magistrate at Canara. 1838: Acting 
Head Assistant to the Collector and Magistrate of Tinnevelly. 
1840 : Head Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, Tinnevelly. 
Died^ 2d June 1840, at Satoor. 



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OF 



MADRAS CIYIL SERVANTS. 



AGNEW, George Vans. — 1852 : Writer and Student at the 
College. 1854: Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, Tanjore. 
1856 : Acting Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, Trichinopoly ; 
Acting Special Assistant, afterwards Special Assistant at Tanjore. 
1859 : Acting Sub-Judge, Conibaconum ; Acting Principal Assistant 
to Collector and Magistrate, and Agent to the Governor of Fort 
St. George, in Vizagapatam ; Acting Sub-Collector and Joint 
Magistrate, Godavari. i860 : Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate, 
Godavari, 1861 : On medical leave to Europe for 15 months ; 
Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate, Tinnevelly. 1863 • Sub-Col- 
lector and Joint Magistrate, Madura. 1864: On special leave to 
Europe for 5 months. 1866 : Acting Collector and Magistrate, 
Trichinopoly ; Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate, Tanjore. 1867 : 
Acting Collector and Magistrate, Trichinopoly. 1868: Acting 
Collector and Magistrate, North Arcot; also of Cuddapah. 1869 : 
Collector and Magistrate, Cuddapah. 1870 : Collector and ^lagis- 
trate, Kellore. 1876: On furlough to Europe. 1877: Retired 
from service, i^th January. {Annuitant on the Fund.) 

ALDERSEY, William. — 1754: Arrived on the Coromandel 
Coast 8th June as Writer and under the Secretary to the Secret 
Committee at Fort St. George. 1759 : Factor; and Secretary in 
the Secret Department and Translator. 1761 : Secretary, Sohcitor, 
and Clerk of Appeals. 1762 : Junior Merchant, and Secretary, 
Solicitor, and Clerk of Appeals. 1766: Ser'vices transferred to 
Bengal. 1767 : Senior Merchant, appointed Eighth Member of 
Council of the Governor of Fort William in Bengal : Import Ware- 
house-keeper and Buxey. {See Bengal Volume.) 

AMES, Charles Herbert. — 185 1 : Writer and Student at the 

L 



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College. 1854 : Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, Tinnevelly. 
1856: On medical leave for 15 months. 1857: Assistant and 
Acting Head Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, Tinnevelly. 
1858: Acting Sub-Collector and Magistrate, and Head Assistant 
to the Collector and Magistrate, Tinnevelly. 1859: Acting Sub- 
Collector and Magistrate, Canara, afterwards at Madura. 1 860 : Sub- 
Collector and Magistrate, Madura. 1862 : On furlough to Europe. 
1864: Retired from service^ Wi February, {hivalid Annuitant.) 
1878: Died, jgth January, at Henley- on-Tliames. 

ARBUTHNOTT, Hon. David.— 184 i : Writer. 1843: Assistant 
to Collector and Magistrate, Bellary. 1845 : Acting Head Assistant 
to Collector and Magistrate, Bellary. 1847: Head Assistant to 
Collector and Magistrate, Bellary. 1 848 : Acting Sub-Collector 
and Joint Magistrate, Bellary. 1849 * Acting Sub-Judge, Bellar3^ 
1854: Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate, Bellary. 1858: Col- 
lector and Magistrate of the District of Kurnool. i860 : On medi- 
cal leave to Europe for 24 months. 1862 : Assumed Charge of 
Office of Collector and Magistrate, Kurnool ; afterwards Collector 
and Magistrate, Salem. 1867 : Acting Collector and Magistrate, 
afterwards Collector and Magistrate, Madura. 1869: On furlough 
to Europe for 18 months. 187 1 : Acting Collector and Magistrate 
of Sea Customs and of the Madras District, and Acting Protector 
of Emigrants, Madras. 1873: Acting Collector and Magistrate, 
and Agent, Tanjore. 1874 : Acting Third Member of the Revenue 
Board. 1875: Acting Second Member, afterwards Acting First 
Member of the Revenue Board. 1878: Retired from service, ist 
January. {Annuitant on the Fund.) 

ARBUTHNOT, Sir Alexander John, K.C.S.I., CLE.— 1842 : 
"Writer. 1843 • Acting Assistant to the Collector and Magistrate, 
Chingleput. 1844 : Assistant to the Principal Collector and Magis- 
trate, Nellore. 1845 : Head Assistant to the Register to the 
Court of Sudder and Foujdarry Adawlut. 1846 : Officiating Secre- 
tary to the College Board and University, Madras. 1848 : Acting 
Head Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, Cuddapah ; afterwards 
Acting Malayum Translator to Government. 1849 : Malayum Trans- 
lator to Government. 1851 : Acting Secretary, afterwards Secretary 
to the College and University Boards, Madras. 1852: Acting, after- 
wards Deputy Register to the Court of Sudder and Foujdarry Adaw- 
lut. 1853: Acting Register to the aforesaid Court. 1854: Member 
of, and Secretary to, the Board of Examiners. 1855 : Direc- 
tor of Public Instruction. 1861 : Commissioner for the Uncove- 



MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 163 

nauted Civil Service Examination. 1862 : Acting Chief Secretar}^ 
afterwards Chief Secretary to Government ; Fellow of the Univer- 
sity of Madras. 1864 : Additional Member of Council of Fort St. 
George, for the purpose of making Law and Regulations. 1867 : 
Member of Council. 1872 : 0)i furlough to Europe for 2 years. 
1873 : ^I<^(Ie ^ K. C.S.I. 24th January. 1874 : Retired from ser- 
vice, 2gfh October. 1878: 3Iad.e a ComxMnion of tlie Order of the 
Indian Empire 1st January. {Annuitant 07i the Fund.) 

ARBXJTHNOT, AVilliam Henry.— 1855 : Writer and Student 
at the College. 1856 : Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, 
North Arcot; afterwards Acting Head Assistant at Tinnevelly. 
1857 : Acting Second Assistant to the Accountant-General, ^ladras. 
1858: Officiating Second Assistant to the Accountant-General; 
On medical leave to Europe for 3 years and 9 months. 1862 : On 
medical leave to Europe, forfeiting appointment. 1865: Retired 
from service, 16th February. {Invalid Annuitant.) 

ARBUTHNOTT, John Robert. — 1857: Writer and Student 
at the College. 1859 : Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, 
Kurnool. 1861 : Officiating Head Assistant, Kurnool. 1862: 
Head Assistant at Kurnool. 1863: Acting Civil and Sessions 
Judge, Nundyal. 1865 : On furlough to Europe for 16 months. 
1866: Acting Sub-Collector, Malabar; also Head Assistant Col- 
lector, Tinnevelly, Sub-Collector, Bellary, and Sub-Collector, 
Madura. 1868 : Acting Collector and Magistrate, Madura; also in 
South Arcot. 1869: Acting Collector and Magistrate, Madura. 
1870: Acting Collector and Magistrate, Tinnevelly. 187 1 : On 
furlough to Europe for 12 months. 1872: Died^ ^oth April, in 
England. 

BALLARD, George Alexander. — 1845: Writer. 1847: 
Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, Tinnevelly. 1851 : Acting 
Head Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, Tinnevelly. 1853: 
In the same capacity at Madura; afterwards Special Assistant 
to Collector and Magistrate, Masulipatam. 1854 : Acting 
Principal Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, and Agent 
to the Governor of Fort St. George, in Vizagapatam. 1855: 
Head Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, IVIadura; Acting 
Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate, Masulipatam; Sub-Collector 
and Joint Magistrate, Madura ; On furlough to Europe for 3 
years. 1857 : Acting Sub-Judge, Chittoor. 1858 : Addi- 
tional Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate, Bellary ; Deputy 
Director of Revenue Settlement, i860 : On furlough for the un- 



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expired portion of leave granted in 1855, icith 3 months in addition 
for time occupied on his passage to and from India. 1861 ; Re- 
turned to Madras. 1862: Acting Collector and Magistrate, Tan- 
jore ; Sub-Collector of Madura ; Collector and Magistrate, Malabar. 
1869 : At first Acting, afterwards Kesident in Travancore and 
Cochin. 1870 : On furlough to Europe for 14 months. 187 1 : Re- 
sumed Office as Resident in Travancore and Cochin. 1875: Acting 
Second Member, afterwards Acting Third Member, of the Revenue 
Board. 1876: Third Member of the Revenue Board ; On furlough 
to Europe for i year and 4 months. 1877 : Acting Second Member 
of the Revenue Board. 1878: First Member of the Revenue 
Board ; Services placed at the Disposal of the Government of India 
on Appointment as Member of the Famine Commission. 1879 : 
Retired from service J 2W1 January. {Annuitant on the Fund.) 

BANBURY, George.— 1848 : Writer. 1849: Student at the 
College. 1850 : Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, South 
Arcot. 1853 : Acting Head Assistant, South Arcot. 1855 : 
Head Assistant, South Arcot. 1856 : Acting Additional Sub- 
Collector and Joint Magistrate, North Arcot. 1858 : Deputy 
Director of Revenue Settlement. 1859 : On furlough to Europe 
for 3 years and 4 months. 1862 : Acting Collector and Magistrate, 
Kurnool. 1863 : Acting Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate, 
North Arcot ; Acting Civil and Sessions Judge, Cuddalore ; Sub- 
Collector and Joint Magistrate, afterwards Acting Collector and 
Magistrate, Madras District. 1864: Acting Collector and Magis- 
trate, North. Arcot. 1865: Acting Collector and Magistrate, 
Tinnevelly, afterwards of South Arcot ; Acting Civil and Sessions 
Judge, Rajahmundry ; Acting Sub-Secretary to the Revenue Board. 
1866 : Collector and Magistrate, Trichinopoly, afterwards Acting 
at Tanjore. 1867 : On medical leave for i^months. 1870 : Acting 
Director of Revenue Settlement. 1872 : Director of Revenue 
Settlement. 1873 • Second Member of the Revenue Board. 1874: 
On furlough to Europe for 15 months. 1876 : Retired from service^ 
21st March. {Annuitant on the Fu7id.) 

BARLOW, Richard Wellesley. — 1855 : Writer and Student 
at the College. 1857 : Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, 
Guntoor. 1858: Assistant at South Arcot; On medical leave to 
Europe for 21 months, i860: Assistant to Collector and Magis- 
trate, Nellore. 1861 : Officiating Head Assistant, Nellore ; Acting 
Head Assistant, North Arcot. 1862 : Head Assistant, North 
Arcot; Acting Sub-Collector there, with full Powers of a Magistrate. 



MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 165 

1864: Justice of the Peace; Acting Sub-Collector, Xorth Arcot ; 
O/i special leave for 6 months ; Acting Sub-Collector and Joint 
Magistrate, ^S'orth Arcot. 1865 : Sub-Collector and Joint Magis- 
trate, ISTorth Arcot. i866 : In Charge of the Collector's Office, 
Xorth Arcot. 1867 : Sub-Collector, North Arcot; On medical 
leave to Europe for 2 years and 6 months. 1869 : Acting Judge of 
Small Cause Court, Tellicherry. 1870 : Acting Civil and Sessions 
Judge, Chingleput. 187 1 : Acting Collector and Magistrate, 
Chingleput. 1872 : Collector and Magistrate, Kistna. 1873 : 
Collector and Magistrate, Godavari; also at Chingleput. 1875 : On 
furlough to Europe for 12 months. 1876 : Collector, Chingleput. 
1878 : Acting Commissioner, Nilgiri Hills; Government jMember 
of the Lawrence Asylum Committee; appointed Commissioner, 
ISTilgiri Hills. 1880 : Acting Third Member of the Revenue 
Board ; Acting Collector of Sea Customs, and Protector of Emi- 
grants, Madras. 1881 : Acting Third Member of the Revenue 
Board, and in Charge of the Settlement Department; Acting 
Collector of Sea Customs, and Protector of Emigrants, Madras ; 
Commissioner, Kilgiri Hills. 1882 : Collector and Magistrate, and 
Additional Sessions Judge of the Xilgiri District. 1883 : Collector 
of Sea Customs and Protector of Emigrants, Madras ; On furlough 
to Euro;pe for 4 montlis, and 6 iveeJcs in India. 1884 : Resumed 
Collector of Sea Customs, Madras District; Appointed Acting 
Resident in Travancore and Cochin ; Returned to Madras as Col- 
lector of Sea Customs, and Protector of Emigrants. 

BIRD, Edward Wheler. — 1842 : Writer. 1843 • Assistant to 
the Collector and Magistrate, Masulipatam. 1845 • Acting Head 
Assistant to the Collector and Magistrate, Masulipatam. 1846 : 
Proceeded to Euroj)e. 1847 * Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, 
Chingleput ; afterwards Officiating Government Agent at Chepauk, 
and Paymaster of Carnatic Stipends. 1848: Acting Head Assis- 
tant to the Register to the Court of Sudder and Foujdarry Adawlut ; 
afterwards Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, and Agent to the 
Governor of Port St. George, Vizagapatam. 1850 : Acting Head 
Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, Nellore. 1851 : Special 
Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, Masulipatam. 1853 : Act- 
ing Assistant Judge, afterwards Assistant Judge, Combaconum. 
1856: Acting Civil and Sessions Judge, Combaconum. 1857: 
Acting Sub- Judge, Combaconum. 1858 : Sub- Judge, Octacamund. 
1859: Acting Civil and Sessions Judge, Coimbatore. 1861 : 
Officiating, afterwards Acting Civil and Sessions Judge, JSTegapatam ; 



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Civil and Sessions Judge, Tanjore. 1866 : Oil medical leave io 
Europe. 1868: Retired from service, 2W1 September. (Annuitant 
on the Fund.) 

BLAIR, John Hunter. — 1845 • '^^^riter. 1846 : Under the 
Principal Collector of Coimbatore. 1847 : Assistant to Collector and 
Magistrate, Madura. 1848 : In the same capacity at Tinnevelly. 
1851 : Acting Head Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, Tin- 
nevelly. 1852 : Absent in England. 1853 : Assistant to Col- 
lector and Magistrate, Rajahmundry -, Acting Assistant, after- 
wards Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, and Agent to the 
Governor of Fort St. George, in Yizagapatam. 1855 : Acting 
Principal Assistant, and Agent to the Governor, in Yizagapatam. 
1856: Acting Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate, Masulipatam; 
Acting Sub- Judge, afterwards Sub- Judge, Rajahmundry. 1859 : 
Acting Civil and Sessions Judge, Masulipatam ; Proceeded on 
furlough to Europe for 3 years. 1863: Acting Civil and Ses- 
sions Judge, Cuddalore; afterwards at Tinnevelly; Sub-Collector 
and Joint Magistate, Tinnevelly, but Acting Collector of Sea 
Customs, Madras. 1864: Collector of Sea Customs, Madras. 
1865: Member of the Income-Tax Commission. 1866: On Special 
Duty at Calcutta. 1868 : Protector of Emigrants, Madras. 1869 : 
On Special Duty at Bangalore. 1870 : Collector of the Town of 
Madras. 187 1 : Acting Third Member of the Revenue Board; 
On furlough to Europe for 2 years. 1873 : Resumed Acting Third 
Member of the Revenue Board. 1876 : On furlough to Europe for 
6 months. 1877: Retired from service, 14th March. (Annuitant 
on the Fund.) Died, 2'jth March 1885, in England. 

BLAIR, William Thomas. — 1848 : Writer. 1849 • Assistant 
to Collector and Magistrate, North Arcot. 1850: Acting Head 
Assistant, North Arcot. 185 1 : Acting Head Assistant to Collector 
and Magistrate, Cuddapah. 1852 : Acting Sub- Judge, Cuddapah. 
1853 : Head Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, Cuddapah. 
1856 : Acting Sub-Judge, Cuddapah. 1857 : Sub-Collector and 
INIagistrate, Cuddapah. 1858 : On medical leave to Europe for 24 
months, i860 : Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate, North Arcot. 
1862 : Acting Inam Commissioner. 1863 : Acting Civil and 
Sessions Judge, Chittoor ; Acting Civil and Sessions Judge, Rajah- 
mundry, but contmuing to Act as Inam Commissioner at Madras. 
1865 : Acting Civil and Sessions Judge, Coimbatore. 1866 : Civil 
and Sessions Judge, Cuddapah, but still Acting as Inam Commis- 
sioner; Civil and Sessions Judge, Chingleput, and continuing to 



MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 167 



Act as Inam Commissioner. 1868: Civil and Sessions Judge, 
Berhampore, and Inam Commissioner ; Member of the Committee 
for the Examination of Assistants. 1869 : Civil and Sessions 
Judge, Yizagapatam; Acting Collector, Madras District. 1870: 
Secretary to the Revenue Board, T^'ith Previous Office ; Acting Col- 
lector and Magistrate, Chingleput. 187 1 : On furlough to Europe 
for 2 years. 1872 : Civil and Sessions Judge, Mangalore. 1873 : 
Retired from service, i^th January, in England. {Annuitant on 
the Fund.) 1877 : Died, 21st December, in England. 

BOS WELL, John Alexander Corrie. — 1855 : Writer and 
Student at the College. 1856 : Assistant, afterwards Acting 
Head Assistant, to Collector and Magistrate, Coimbatore. 1858 : 
Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, and Agent to the Governor 
of Fort St. George, in Yizagapatam; Acting Head Assistant to 
Collector and Magistrate, Coimbatore. 1859: Head Assistant to 
Collector and Magistrate, Salem; officiating Subordinate Judge, 
Combaconum. i860 : On medical leave to Europe for 2, years and 
9 months. 1863 : Acting Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate, 
Madras. 1 864 : Acting Principal Assistant to Collector and Magis- 
trate, and Agent to the Governor, in Yizagapatam ; also Head 
Assistant at Kellore. 1865 : Principal Assistant at Yizagapatam ; 
Sub - Collector and Joint Magistrate, J^ellore. 1867 : Acting 
Collector and Magistrate, ISTellore. 1868 : Acting Collector and 
Magistrate, South Canara. 1869 : In the same capacity at Kistna. 
1870: Collector and Magistrate, Kistna. 187 1 : On furlough to 
Europe for 12 months. 1872 : Died, 6th January, in England. 

BREEKS, James Williamson. — 1849 • Writer and Student at 
the College. 1852 : Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, BeUary. 

1855 : Acting Third Assistant to the Accountant-General, Madras. 

1856 : Second Assistant, afterwards Acting First Assistant to the 
Accountant-General. 1857 : Canarese Translator to Government. 
1858 : Civil Auditor for the Punjab Government. 1859 : Officiat- 
ing Sub-Judge, Madura; Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate, 
afterwards Acting Subordinate Judge, Bellary ; Proceeded to 
Europe on furlough for 3 years. 1861 : Private Secretary to the 
Governor of Fort St. George. 1864 : Judge of Small Cause Court, 
Combaconum, continuing to Act as Private Secretary to the 
Governor; On medical leave to Europe for 2, years. 1868 : Acting 
Civil and Sessions Judge, Chittoor ; Acting Commissioner, after- 
wards Commissioner, Nilgiri Hills. 1872: Died, 6th June^ in India. 

CADELL, William Molle. — 1840: Writer. 1841 : Assistant 



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to the Princi2:)al Collector and Magistrate, Canara. 1842 : Acting 
Register of the Zillah Court of Canara ; afterwards Assistant 
to the Collector and Magistrate, Chingleput. 1845 : Assistant, 
afterwards Acting Head Assistant to the Collector and Magis- 
trate, Chingleput. 1846 : Acting Head Assistant to the Collector 
and Magistrate, Masulipatam ; afterwards Head Assistant to Col- 
lector and Magistrate, Trichinopoly. 1847 : On furlough to Europe. 
1850 : Returned to Madras ; Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, 
Nellore ; and Acting Head Assistant of that District ; Proceeded 
to Europe. 1851 : Without employ on return. 1852: Acting 
Sub- Judge, Combaconum. 1853: Head Assistant to Collector and 
Magistrate^ afterwards Acting Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate, 
then Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate, Tanjore. 1858 : Col- 
lector and Magistrate, Tanjore. 1862 : On medical leave for 15 
months. 1865 : Collector and Magistrate, South Canara. 1867 : 
Acting Civil and Sessions Judge, Cuddapah ; afterwards at Trichi- 
nopoly. 1870: Acting Collector and Magistrate, Trichinopoly; 
Civil and Sessions Judge, Tellicherry, continuing to Act as before ; 
Acting Collector and Magistrate and Political Agent at Tanjore. 
1872 : Civil and Sessions Judge, Nellore, but continuing to Act as 
before at Tanjore ; also Civil and Sessions Judge, Madura, con- 
tinuing to Act at Tanjore. 1873 : Retired from service, ^ist March. 
{Aujiuitant on the Fund.) 

CAEMICHAEL, David Freemantle (Smyth). — 185 1 : Writer 
and Student at the College ; Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, 
ISTorth Arcot. 1852: Justice of the Peace. 1854: Acting Head 
Assistant and Register to the Court of Sudder and Foujdarry 
Adawlut. 1855 : Head Assistant and Register to the aforesaid 
Court ; On medical leave to Europe for 20 months. 1856 : Deputy 
Secretary to Government in Chief Secretary's Departments, and 
Secretary to the Board of Examiners. 1859 : Private Secretary 
to Sir C. E. Trevelyan, K.C.B., Governor of Fort St. George. 
i860 : On medical leave to Europe for 17 months. 1861 : Acting 
Sub-Judge, Chicacole ; Principal Assistant to Collector and Magis- 
trate, and Agent to the Governor of Fort St. George, in Ganjam. 
1862 : Acting Collector and Magistrate, and Agent to the Governor, 
in Yizagapatam. 1863 : Collector and Magistrate, and Agent, 
Vizagapatam. 1867 : Acting, afterwards Collector and Magistrate, 
and Agent to the Governor, Ganjam. 1869 : Acting Judge of the 
High Court of Judicature; On furlough to Europe for 23 months. 
187 1 : Acting Secretary to Government, Revenue Department; 



MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 169 

Acting Third Member of the Revenue Board; President of the 
Committee for Examination of Assistants ; Inam Commissioner. 
1872: Acting Secretary to Government, Revenue Department; 
Acting Second Member of the Revenue Board ; on Special Duty as 
President of the Committee inquiring into the Action of Oflficials 
during the Cyclone ; Acting Third Member, afterwards Second 
Member, and again Third Member of the Revenue Board : Assis- 
tant Secretary, afterwards Secretary, to Government, Revenue 
Department. 1873: On furlough to Europe for 8 months ; resumed 
Secretary to Government, Revenue Department. 1874: Acting 
Chief Secretary to Government; additional Member of Council 
for making Laws and Regulations. 1876 : On special duty 
with Government at the Imperial Assemblage at Delhi. 1877: 
Chief Secretary to Government. 1878 : At first Temporary, after- 
wards Ordinary Member of Council, took his seat 10th December. 
1883: Vacated Seat in Council; On furlough to Europe for 18 
months. 

CARR-GOMM, Francis Culling (Barrister-at-Laiv). — 1855 : 
Writer and Student at the College. 1857 : Assistant to Collector 
and Magistrate, Salem. 1858: Acting Head Assistant at Salem. 
1859 : Acting Head Assistant^ afterwards Head Assistant to Col- 
lector and Magistrate, Coimbatore ; officiating Subordinate Judge, 
Salem, i860 : Acting Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate, Salem. 
1861 : Officiating Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate, Coimbatore. 
1865 : Judge of Small Cause Court, Cuddalore. 1866 : On 
furlough to Europe for 3 years and 3 months. 1870 : Acting Civil 
and Sessions Judge, Calicut; Acting Civil and Sessions Judge, 
Vizagapatam. 187 1 : Acting Collector and Magistrate, and Agent 
to the Governor, Ganjam ; Acting Civil and Sessions Judge, Tinne- 
velly. 1872: District and Sessions Judge, TinneA'elly. 1874: 
On special leave to Europe for 6 months ; Resumed his Previous 
Duties on Return to Madras. 1878: On furlough to Europe for 
2 years and 7 months. {Took the name of Gomm on marriage.) 
1880: District and Sessions Judge, Coimbatore. 1882: Retired 
from the service loth June. {Annuitant on the Fund.) 

CHAMIER, Charles Frederic. — 1843: Writer. 1844: 
Assistant to the Principal Collector and Magistrate, Coimbatore. 
1847 • Acting Head Assistant to the Register to the Court of 
Sudder and Foujdarry Adawlut, and Acting Secretary to the Madras 
University and to the College Board ; afterwards Acting Head 
Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, Trichinopoly. 1850 : Act- 



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ing Head Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, Canara. 1852: 
Head Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, Canara; afterwards 
Acting Sub-Judge, Mangalore. 1855 : Officiating Special Assistant 
to the Collector, Madras ; afterwards Deputy Register to the Court 
of Sudder and Foujdarry Adawlut, and Tamil Translator to Govern- 
ment. 1857 : Acting Register to the Court of Sudder and Fouj- 
darry Adawlut. 1859 : Register to the High Court of Judicature, 
Appellate side. 1864 : On medical leave to Europe for 16 months. 
1865 : Civil and Sessions Judge, Salem. 1869 : Died, 20th April, 
in India. 

CHASE, Morgan Charles.— 1847 : Writer. 1848 : Assistant 
to Collector and Magistrate, Canara. 1854 : Acting Head Assistant 
to Collector and Magistrate, Canara; afterwards Head Assistant 
at Bellary. 1856 : Acting Sub-Judge, Cuddapah ; afterwards at 
Chittoor; also Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate, Masulipatam. 
1857 : Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, and Agent to the 
Governor of Fort St. George, in Yizagapatam. 1858: Senior 
Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, and Agent to the Governor 
in Ganjam ; Acting Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate, Masuli- 
patam ; Proceeded on furlough to Europe for 12 months. 1863 : 
Retired from service, $th January, in England. {Annuitant on the 
Fund.) 1874 : Died, 21st Decemler, in England. 

CHASE, Thomas Alexander Nicholls. — 1850: Writer and 
Student at the College. 1851 : Assistant to Collector and Magis- 
trate, Masulipatam. 1855 : Acting Head Assistant at Masuli- 
patam; afterwards Head Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, 
Rajahmundry ; then Head Assistant at Masulipatam. 1859 : Act- 
ing Sub-Collector and Magistrate, Masulipatam ; afterwards Head 
Assistant and Acting Sub-Collector and Magistrate, Kistna. i860 : 
On furlough to Europe for 2 years. 1862: Acting Sub-Collector 
and Joint Magistrate, Godavari. 1863 : Sub-Collector and Joint 
Magistrate, Kistna, but continuing to Act as before ; Acting Civil 
and Sessions Judge, Rajahmundry. 1865 : Sub-Collector and 
Joint Magistrate, Godavari; Acting Collector and Magistrate, 
Kistna. 1866: Acting Civil and Sessions Judge, Cuddapah; 
Acting Collector and Magistrate, Kistna, afterwards at Nellore, 
then at Kurnool. 1867 : Collector and Magistrate, Kurnool. 
1873 : On furlough to Europe for 2 years. 1875: Retired from 
service, Sth April. {Annuitant on the Fund.) 

CHILD, Frederick Samuel. — 1844: Writer. 1846: Assistant 
to Collector and Magistrate, South Arcot. 1847 : Assistant to 



MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 171 

Collector and Magistrate, Tinnevelly. 1849 : Assistant to Col- 
lector and Magistrate, Kellore ; afterwards at Tinnevelly. 185 1 : 
Acting Head Assistant, afterwards Head Assistant, to Collector 
and Magistrate, Tinnevelly. 1855 : Acting Sub-Judge, Madura; 
afterwards Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate, Madura. 1855 : 
On furlough to Europe. 1857 : Resumed Acting Sub- Judge at 
jMadura. 1858 : Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate, Malabar. 
1859 : On furlough to Europe for the unexpired portion of his 
leave obtained in 1855 ; Granted 12 months^ extension on medical 
certificate in 1859 and 1861. 1861 : Returned to Madras, 2^th 
October. 1862 : Acting Sub - Collector and Joint Magistrate, 
afterwards' Sub-Collector, South Arcot; Acting Civil and Sessions 
Judge, afterwards Civil Judge, Guntoor ; Civil and Sessions Judge, 
CuddapalL 1865 : Civil and Sessions Judge, Tinnevelly. 1867 ' 
On medical leave for ^ months. 1869: On furlough to Europe for 
12 months. 187 1 : Retired from service.^ 22c? July. (Annuitant on 
the Fund.) 1873 : Died, 1st October, in England, 

COCKERELL, John Rennie.— 1850 : Writer and Student at 
the College. 1852 : Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, 
^Madura. 1855 : Acting Head Assistant, afterwards Head Assis- 
tant at Madura. 1856 : Acting Sub- Judge, Madura ; Acting Sub- 
Collector and Joint Magistrate, -Madura. 1859 : Acting Sub- Judge, 
Combaconuni ; Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate, Tinnevelly. 
i860 : Acting Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate, South Arcot. 
1861 : Officiating Collector and Magistrate, South Arcot; On 
furlough for 3 years. 1865 : Acting Sub-Collector and Joint 
Magistrate, Kistna ; Acting Collector of Sea Customs, Madras ; 
Acting Collector and Magistrate, Cuddapah ; Acting Sub-Collector 
and Joint Magistrate, Madras. 1866: Sub-Collector and Joint 
Magistrate, afterwards Acting Collector and Magistrate, Madras. 
1867 : Sub-Secretary, afterwards Acting Secretary of the Revenue 
Board ; Civil and Sessions Judge, Nellore, 1872 : Commis- 
sioner, Nilgiri Hills. 1878 : Retired from service, ^oth September, 
{Annuitant on the Fund.) 

COLLETT, Charles.— 1845 : Writer. 1846 : Assistant to the 
Collector and Magistrate, Xellore. 1847 • Assistant to Collector and 
Magistrate, Malabar. 185 1 : Acting Head Assistant to Collector and 
Magistrate, Malabar. 1855 : Acting Sub-Judge, Calicut ; afterwards 
Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate, Malabar. 1856 : Acting 
Deputy Collector of Sea Customs, Madras ; Proceeded to Europe 
on furlough. 1857 : Resumed Acting Deputy Collectorship of Sea 



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Customs, Madras ; afterwards Additional Sub-Collector and Joint 
Magistrate, Bellary. 1858 : Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate, 
Bellary. 1859 : 0?i furlough to Europe for the unexpired portion 
of his leave granted in 1856. 1861 : Permitted extension of 2 
months and 6 days on account of time occupied on his 2'>assage to and 
from India; Officiating Collector of Sea Customs, Madras ; after- 
wards Member of Central Committee at Madras for the London 
Exhibition of 1862 ; also Commissioner for the Assessment of 
Income-Tax; and Sub-Judge, Calicut. 1862 : Acting Civil and 
Sessions Judge, Chittoor ; Judge of the Small Cause Court, Cudda- 
lore. 1863: Acting Civil and Sessions Judge, Nundyal; Civil 
and Sessions Judge, Yizagapatam. 1866 : Judge of the High 
Court of Judicature, Madras. 1871 : Retired from service, ;^oth 
Jidy. {Annuitant on the Fund.) 

DALYELL, Egbert Anstruther, C.S.I. — 1850 : Writer and 
Student at the College. 1853 : Assistant to Collector and Magis- 
trate, Salem. 1855 : On medical leave to Europe for 39 months. 
1859: Assistant Collector and Magistrate, South Arcot ; Senior 
Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, and Agent to the Governor 
of ^Fort St. George, in Vizagapatam ; Acting Sub-Collector, South 
Arcot. i860 : Principal Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, 
and Agent to the Governor, in Vizagapatam ; to Act as Sub- 
Collector, South Arcot; Acting Subordinate Judge at Chica- 
cole. 1861 : Officiating Sub-Secretary, afterwards Sub-Secretary 
to the Revenue Board; Commissioner for the Assessment of 
Income-Tax. 1862 : On specicd leave for 6 months. 1864 : 
Member of the Income-Tax Commission. 1865 : Acting Secretary 
to the Revenue Board ; Officiating President of the Income-Tax 
Commission ; Acting Secretary to the Board of Examiners. 1866 : 
Secretary to the Board of Examiners ; Acting Secretary to the 
Revenue Board ; Acting Inam Commissioner ; Acting Collector of 
Sea Customs, Madras. 1867 : Secretary, Board of Revenue ; and 
Acting Collector of Sea Customs. 1868 : Acting Secretary to 
Government, Revenue Department. 1870 : Collector and Magis- 
trate, Madras District, as well as Secretary to Government ; Col- 
lector and Magistrate, Chingleput ; On furlough to Europe for 
12 months. 1872 : Acting Third Member of the Revenue Board; 
On Special Duty in Mysore. 1873 : Additional Member of the 
Governor-General's Council for Making Laws and Regulations ; 
Acting Secretary to Government, Revenue Department; Acting 
Chief Secretary to Government; Third Member of the Revenue 



MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 173 

Board. 1875 : Officiating Chief Commissioner of Mysore and 
Coorg. 1876 : Second Member of the Ke venue Board. 1877 : 
Proceeded on furlough to Europe ; appointed Member of Council 
of the Secretary of State for India, and took his seat 6th November, 
Avith permission to be considered still in the service of the Madras 
Government. 1879 : Retired from the service^ 12th March ; made 
a C.S.L, 2gfh July 1879. (Annuitant on the Fund.) 

DAVIDSON, Robert, C.S.L— 1852 : Writer and Student at 
the College. 1853 : Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, Salem. 
1854: Acting Assistant, afterwards Assistant, to Collector and 
Magistrate, and Agent to the Governor of Fort St. George, in 
Ganjam. 1856 : Acting Principal Assistant, and Agent to the 
Governor, in Ganjam. 1857 : On medical leave to Europe for 21 
months. 1858 : Head Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, 
^Malabar. 1859: Acting Sub-Judge, Rajahmundry ; Head Assis- 
tant to Collector and Magistrate, Trichinopoly ; afterwards Head 
Assistant at Malabar ; Acting Principal Assistant to Collector and 
Magistrate, and Agent to the Governor of Port St. George, in Yiza- 
gapatam. i860: Officiating Collector and Magistrate, and Agent 
to the Governor, Ganjam; Subordinate Judge, Cuddapah. 1861 : 
Acting Civil and Sessions Judge, Cuddapah. 1862 : Sub- Judge, 
Cuddapah ; Judge of the Court of Small Causes, Chittoor ; Acting 
Civil and Sessions Judge, Madura; Acting Judge of Small 
Cause Court, Madura. 1863 : Judge of Small Cause Court, 
Chittoor; Acting Civil and Sessions Judge, Nundyal. 1864: 
Justice of the Peace; Acting Civil and Sessions Judge, Bellary. 
1866: Judge of Small Cause Court, Chittoor; Acting Civil 
and Sessions Judge, Tanjore. 1867 : Civil and Sessions Judge, 
Trichinopoly. 1868: On furlough to Europe for 15 months. 
1869: Resumed Civil and Sessions Judge, Trichinopoly. 1870: 
Acting Commissioner, Nilgiri Hills. 1873: On special leave to 
Europe for 6 months. 1874 : District and Sessions Judge, Cudda- 
pah ; Acting Collector and Magistrate, and Agent to the Governor, 
in Ganjam. 1876 : District and Sessions Judge, Chingleput ; Act- 
ing Collector and Magistrate, Kurnool. 1878: On furlough to 
Europe for 22 months; appointed while on furlotigh Third Member 
of the Revenue Board; Made a C.S.L 2Sth May, 1878. 1880: 
Chief Secretary to Government ; Additional Member of the Legis- 
lative Council. i88i : Provisional Member of Council; Chief 
Secretary to Government. 1882 : Acting First Member of the 
Revenue Board ; In Charge of the Settlement Department ; First 
Member of the Revenue Board ; In Charge of the Inam Depart- 



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mcnt. 1883 : On furlough to Europe for 9 months and 12 days. 
1884 : Retired from service 1st July. {Annuitant on the Fund.) 

DYKES, James William Ballantyne.— 1842 : Writer. 1844 : 
Assistant to the Principal Collector and Magistrate, Salem. 1847 : 
Acting Head Assistant to the Collector and Magistrate, Salem. 
1849 : Head Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, Salem. 1851 : 
Acting Sub-Judge of the Zillah of Madura. 1852 : Acting Sub- 
Judge of the Zillah of Chittoor ; On furlough to Europe. 1857: 
Acting, afterwards Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate, Salem. 
1858 : On Special Duty in Kajahmundry and Masulipatam ; Act- 
ing Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate, Cuddapah; afterwards 
Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate, Rajahmundry. 1859 : Acting 
Collector and Magistrate, Guntoor ; afterwards at Nellore ; then 
Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate, Godavari. i860: Collector 
and Magistrate, Nellore. 1867: On medical leave to Europe for 
18 months. 1869 : Resigned the service, 4th /September, in India. 
(Annuitant on the Fund.) 

ELLIOT, Edward Frederick. — 1854: W^riter and Student at 
the College. 1855 : Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, Cudda- 
pah; afterwards at North Arcot. 1856: Acting Head Assistant 
at South Arcot. 1857 : Returned to North Arcot as Acting Head 
Assistant. 1859: Head Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, 
North Arcot ; Acting Subordinate Judge, Chittoor ; Officiating Sub- 
Collector and Joint Magistrate, Bellary, and at North Arcot. i860 : 
Officiating Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate, Madras. 1862 : 
Sub-Collector of Nellore ; Acting Civil and Sessions Judge, Nel- 
lore. 1864: On furlough to Europe for 3 years. 1867: Sub- 
Collector and Joint Magistrate, Kistna ; Acting Civil and Sessions 
Judge, Tranquebar. 1868 : Acting Civil and Sessions Judge, 
Chittoor. 1869 : Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate, Tanjore, 
with Duties as before ; Civil and Sessions Judge, Salem. 1873 : 
Died, 2'jth October, in India. 

ELLIS, Robert Staunton, C.B. — 1844 : W^riter. 1846 : Under 
the Principal Collector, Coimbatore ; afterwards Assistant to Col- 
lector and Magistrate, Tanjore. 1848 : On furlough to Europe. 
1851 : Assistant to the Collector of Land Customs, Madras. 1852 : 
Head Assistant to the Register to the Court of Sudder and Fouj- 
darry Adawlut. 1853 : Acting Deputy Register to the aforesaid 
Court. 1854 : Deputy Commissioner of the Second Class, Nagpore 
Commission. 1858: On medical leave to Europe for 21 months. 
i860 : Officiating Collector and Magistrate, Chingleput ; afterwards 



MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS, I75 

Sub-Collector, Madras, and Joint Magistrate, Cbingleput ; Made a 
C.B. igth May; Special Commissioner for the Assessment of 
Income-Tax. 1862 : Acting Superintendent of Stamps ; Acting 
Deputy Secretary to Government in Chief Secretary's Departments ; 
Member and Commissioner for the Assessment of Income-Tax ; 
Services placed temporarily at the Disposal of the Government of 
India; Additional Member of Governor- General's Council for 
Making Laws and Kegulations. 1863 : Acting Collector and 
Magistrate, afterwards Collector and Magistrate, Madras District ; 
on Special Duty as Member of Governor- General's Council. 
1864: President of the Sanitary Commission. 1865: On special 
leave to Europe for 12 months. 1867 : Chief Secretary to Govern- 
ment. 1869 : Officiating Member of Council. 1872 : Appointed 
Member of Council. 1873 : On furlough to Europe for 12 months. 
1875: Member of Council. 1877: Retired from service, 12th 
March; Appointed Member of Council of the Secretary of State 
for India ; Died, gth October 1877, in London. 

FLOYER, Charles. — 1755 : Arrived on the Coromandel Coast 
9th June ; Writer and under the Secretary to the Secret Committee 
at Fort St. George. 1759: Commissary to the Troops in the 
Field. 1760 : Factor, and under the Military Paymaster. 1761 : 
Eesident at Tranquebar ; afterwards under the Import Warehouse- 
keeper. 1764 : Junior Merchant, and Paymaster at Trichinopoly. 
1766: Services transferred to Bengal. 1767: Senior Merchant; 
appointed Tenth Member of Council of the Governor of Fort Wil- 
liam in Bengal, and Military Storekeeper. (See Bengal Volume.) 

FOORD, Edward Bromley.— 1844 : Writer. 1846: Assistant 
to Collector and Magistrate, Masulipatam. 1851 : Acting Senior 
Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, and Agent to the Governor 
of Fort St. George in Vizagapatam. 1853 : Assistant to Collector 
and Magistrate, and Agent to the Governor, in Yizagapatam. 
1854 : Acting Principal Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, and 
Agent to the Governor, in Ganjam. 1856 : Sub-Judge, Kajah- 
mundry ; Proceeded to Europe on furlough. 1859 : Acting Subor- 
dinate Judge, Chittoor. i860: Sub-Collector and Joint Magis- 
trate, Bellary. 1861 : Officiating Civil and Sessions Judge, 
Cbingleput; On medical leave for 10 months. 1862: Acting 
Collector and Magistrate, Bellary; afterwards at Kistna. 1864: 
Acting Civil and Sessions Judge, Chicacole ; Acting Collector and 
Magistrate, and Agent to the Governor, in Ganjam. 1865 : Civil 
and Sessions Judge, Bellary; afterwards at Berhampore. 1868: 



176 SUPPLEMENTARY LIST OF 

District and Sessions Judge, Cliingleput. 1870: On furlough to 
Europe for 12 months. 1871 : Resumed District and Sessions 
Judge, Chingleput. 1874: On furlough to Fjurope for 12, riionths. 

1876 : Retired from service, i^th July. (Annuitant on the Fund.) 
FORBES, Louis. — 1850: Writer and Student at the College. 

1853: Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, Nellore. 1854: 
Acting Head Assistant at N'ellore. 1855 : Acting Head Assistant 
to the Register to the Court of Sudder and Foujdarry Adawlut. 
1856: Acting Assistant Judge, Combaconum ; Head Assistant to 
Collector and Magistrate, Nellore ; Acting Sub-Secretary to the 
Revenue Board. 1858 : Acting Additional Sub-Collector, Bellary ; 
afterwards Acting Deputy Collector of Sea Customs, Madras. 
1859 : Deputy Secretary to Government in Chief-Secretary's 
Departments, and Secretary to the Board of Examiners. 1861 : 
On furlough for 3 years arid 8 months. 1865 : Acting Civil and 
Sessions Judge, jSTundyal ; Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate, 
Bellary. 1866: Judge of the Small Cause Court, Madura; and 
Civil and Sessions Judge, Nundyal. 1869 : On furlough to Europe 
for 12 months. 1871 : Acting Civil and Sessions Judge, Bellary. 
1872 : On special leave to Europe for 6 months. 1873 : B-esumed 
Acting Civil and Sessions Judge, Bellary. 1874 : District and 
Sessions Judge, Coimbatore, continuing to Act as before mentioned. 
1875 : Acting Judge of the High Court of Judicature, Madras. 

1877 : District and Sessions Judge, Bellary. 1878 : Again Acting 
Judge of the High Court, Madras. 1880 : On furlough to Europe 
for 12 months. 1881 : Additional Member of the Governor- 
General's Legislative Council. 1882 : Retired from service, 4th 
April. {Amiuitant on the Fund.) 

FRASER, James. — 1840 : AYriter. 1841 : Assistant to the Col- 
lector and Magistrate, Bellary ; afterwards at Rajahmundry. 1842 : 
In the same Capacity at Masulipatam. 1843 : Acting Assistant to 
the Collector and Magistrate, and Agent to the Governor of Fort 
St. George, in Ganjam. 1845 : Acting Principal Assistant to the 
Collector and Magistrate, and Agent to the Governor, in Ganjam. 
1854: Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate, Masulipatam. 1855: 
Acting Collector and Joint Magistrate, Masulipatam. 1856 : Acting 
Collector and Magistrate, Masulipatam. 1857 : On medical leave to 
Europe for 15 months. 1859: Acting Collector and Magistrate, 
Cuddapah ; afterwards Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate, Kistna. 
i860 : Collector and Magistrate, South Canara. 1861 : On medical 
leave for 3 months. 1862 : Acting Collector and Magistrate, North 



MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 177 

Arcot. 1863 : Collector and Magistrate, Trichinopoly, but to con- 
tinue to act as before. 1864 : Acting Collector and Magistrate, 
Godavari. 1868: On sjyecicdleave for 6 mo7iths. 1869: Collector 
and Magistrate, Godavari. 187 1 : On furlough to Europe for 2 
years. 1873: Retired from service, 1st August. {Annuitant on 
the Fund.) 

GARSTIN, John Henry, C.S.I.— 1857 : Writer and Student at 
the College. 1859 : Leave on private affairs to Calcictta for 6 
months; Assistant to the Collector and Magistrate, Tinnevelly. 
i860: Officiating Head Assistant, afterwards Head Assistant at 
Tinnevelly. 1863 : Acting Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate, 
Malabar; Justice of the Peace. 1864: Head Assistant, Malabar; 
Acting Sub-Collector there. 1866 : Private Secretary to H. E. 
Lord iSTapier. 187 1 : Acting Collector of Sea Customs, and Pro- 
tector of Emigrants, Madras ; Acting Collector and Magistrate, 
South Arcot ; afterwards Collector and Magistrate, and Special 
Agent of the French Settlement and Political Agent for Pon- 
dicherry. 1872: On furlough to Europe for 21 months. 1874: 
Collector, South Arcot. 1875 : On Special Duty at Madras. 1876 : 
Collector, South Arcot ; Acting Secretary to Government, Eevenuo 
Department. 1877 : Temporary Additional Secretary to Govern- 
ment, Revenue Department. 1878 : Collector, District Magistrate, 
and Agent to the Governor, in Yizagapatam; Made a C.S.I. 2^th 
May. 1879: Acting Secretary to Government, Revenue Depart- 
ment. 1880 : On Duty in the Government Secretariat; Collector, 
Magistrate, and Agent to the Governor, in Vizagapatam. 1881 : 
Collector, Vizagapatam. On furlough to Europe for 20 months. 
1882 : Appointed Third Member of the Revenue Board. 1883 : 
Acting Second Member, afterwards Acting First Member, of the 
Revenue Board ; Also intrusted with the Duty of Revising the 
Establishments of Collectors and Divisional Officers in the Presi- 
dency. 1884: Second Member, after^vards Acting First Member, 
of the Revenue Board ; Also Magistrate of the First Class with 
ordinary and special Powers, in Tinnevelly District. 

GOLDINaHAM, John Dalrymple.— 1853 : AVriter and Student 
at the College. 1855 : Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, 
Salem. 1856 : Acting Head Assistant at Cuddapah ; afterwards 
at Bellary. 1857 : Head Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, 
Bellary. 1858: Officiating Sub-Judge, Bellary. 1859: Officiat- 
ing Sub-Judge, Madura. 186 1 : Head Assistant Collector and 
Magistrate, South Canara ; Sub-Judge, Madura ; Officiating Civil 

M 



178 SUPPLEMENTARY LIST OF 

and Sessions Judge, Tinnevelly; Officiating Sub-Collector and 
Joint Magistrate, Madura. 1862 : Sub- Judge, Madura ; On special 
leave to Europe for 6 months. 1862 : Judge of the Court of Small 
Causes, Madura. 1864: Justice of the Peace; Acting Civil and 
Sessions Judge, afterwards Judge of the Small Cause Court, 
Madura. 1865: On furlough to Europe for '^ years. 1868: Ee- 
sumed Acting Civil and Sessions Judge, Madura. 1869 : Civil 
and Sessions Judge, Madura. 1872 : District and Sessions Judge, 
ISIellore. 1874: On furlough to Europe for 2 years. 1876: Dis- 
trict Judge, Nellore. 1880 : On furlough to Europe for 8 months; 
Resumed District Judge, Nellore. 1881 : Acting District and Ses- 
sions Judge, Bellary. 1882 : District and Sessions Judge, Bellary. 
GR^ME, Henry Munro Showers.— 1848 : Writer and Student 
at the College. 1851 : Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, 
Salem; afterwards at Cuddapah. 1854: Acting Head Assistant 
to Collector and Magistrate, Salem. 1856: Acting Sub-Judge, 
Salem ; Head Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, Trichinopoly. 
1857 : Acting Additional Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate, 
Canara. 1859 : On furlough to Europe for 3 years and 9 months. 
1863: Acting Civil and Sessions Judge, Salem; Acting Sub-Col- 
lector and Joint Magistrate, South Arcot, also at Kistna; Sub- 
Collector and Joint Magistrate, Tinnevelly. 1864: On medical 
leave to Europe. 1868 : Resigned the service^ 2d February, in Eng- 
land. {Invalid Annuitant.) 1884 : Died, 2W1 August, in England. 
GRANT, Patrick. — 1842: Writer. 1844: Assistant to the 
Collector and Magistrate, Tinnevelly. 1845 : Assistant to Collector 
and Magistrate, Tanjore. 1846 : Special Assistant to Collector 
and Magistrate, Tanjore. 1852 : Acting Sub-Collector and Joint 
Magistrate, Tanjore. 1853: Proceeded to Europe. 1856: With- 
out employ. 1857 : Additional Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate, 
South Arcot; afterwards Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate, 
Salem. 1858 : Acting Collector and Magistrate, Malabar. 1859 : 
Collector and Magistrate, Malabar. 1862 : Collector and Magis- 
trate, Coimbatore. 1862: Resigned the service, 21st March, in 
India. (Annuitant on the Fund.) 

HANNYNGTON, John Child. — 1857 : Writer and Student at 
the College. 1859 : On leave to Bengal for 6 months; Assistant 
to Collector and Magistrate, Trichinopoly. 1861 : Officiating 
Head Assistant at Malabar ; Justice of the Peace. 1862 : Invested 
with Full Powers of a Magistrate. 1863: Special Assistant to 
Collector and Magistrate, and Acting Head Assistant, Malabar; 



MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 179 

Special Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, Coimbatore. 1866 : 
Acting Judge of Small Cause Court, Tellicherry. 1867 : Sub- 
Collector, Bellary ; Acting Collector and Magistrate, Malabar ; 
Judge of Small Cause Court, Tellichery. 1868 : Acting Civil 
and Sessions Judge, Tellicherry ; afterwards at Calicut. 1869 : On 
furlough to Europe for 2 years. 1871 : Kesumed Judge of Small 
Cause Court, Tellicherry; Acting Collector and Magistrate, ]\Ialabar; 
also at Kistna. 1872 : Acting Civil and Sessions Judge, Guntoor. 
1873 : Judge of Small Cause Court, Vellore ; District and Sessions 
Judge, Guntoor; afterwards at Salem. 1876: On furlough to 
Europe for 2 years. 1878 : Acting Resident, Travancore and 
Cochin. 1879 : District and Sessions Judge, Salem. 1880 : On 
Special Duty as Arbitrator of Boundary Disputes between Travan- 
core and Cochin. 1881 : Acting Resident, Travancore and Cochin. 
1882 : Resident at Travancore and Cochin. 1883 : On furlough to 
Europe for 15 months. 1884: Resumed Resident at Travancore 
and Cochin. 

HATHAWAY, William Frederick.— 1858 : Writer and 
Student at the College. 1859 • Assistant to Collector and Magis- 
trate, Salem, i860 : Acting Head Assistant at Salem. 1862 : 
Head Assistant at Salem. 1864 : Acting Sub-Collector and Joint 
Magistrate, Madras; afterwards at North Arcot. 1865 : On 
furlough to Europe for 16 months. 1866 : Acting Sub-Collector, 
Korth Arcot; also Head Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, 
Ivurnool. 1867: Acting Sub-Collector, South Arcot; Sub-Col- 
lector, Tinnevelly ; Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate, South 
Arcot. 1868 : Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate, Tanjore. 
1870 : Acting Collector and Magistrate, Tanjore; On furlough to 
Europe for iZ months. 187 1 : Retired from service, i^th November. 

HODaSON, William. — 1840 : Writer. 1841 : Under the 
Principal Collector of Malabar. 1843 : Assistant to the Principal 
Collector and Magistrate, Nellore. 1844: Absent in Europe. 
1848 : Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, Rajahmundry ; 
Proceeded to Europe. 185 1 : Assistant to Collector and Magis- 
trate, South Arcot. 1852 : Acting Head Assistant to Collector and 
Magistrate, South Arcot; afterwards Head Assistant at Salem. 
1853 : Acting Sub-Judge, Salem. 1855 : Acting Sub- Judge, 
Mangalore ; Proceeded to Europe. 1857: Acting Sub- Judge, 
Salem. 1859: Sub- Judge, Bellary ; afterwards at Salem. 1861: 
Acting Civil and Sessions Judge, Chittoor ; afterwards at Salem. 
1S62 : Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, Coimbatore. 1863 : 



iSo SUPPLEMENTARY LIST OF 

Acting Civil and Sessions Judge, Tinnevelly. 1864 : Sub-Collector 
and Joint Magistrate, Nellore ; Acting Sub-Collector and Joint 
Magistrate, Tinnevelly. 1865 : Civil and Sessions Judge, Gun- 
toor. 1867 : 0?i medical leave to Europe for 10 months. 1868 : 
Civil and Sessions Judge, Cuddapah ; Acting Civil and Sessions 
Judge, Cuddalore. 1870 : District and Sessions Judge, South 
Arcot. 1872: On furlough to Europe for 2 years. 1874: Retired 
from service, igth February. (Annuitant on the Fund.) 

HODGSON, Arthur Pemberton. — 1844: Writer. 1845: Per- 
mitted to Pursue his Studies under the Collector of Salem. 1847 • 
Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, Madura. 1847 : Acting 
Head Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, Madura. 1851: 
Head Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, Madura. 1855 : 
Acting Sub- Judge, Madura ; Proceeded to Europe. 1857 : Without 
employ for 5 months. 1858 : Acting Sub-Collector and Joint 
Magistrate, afterwards Sub - Collector and Joint Magistrate, 
Madura. 1859 : On medical leave to Europe for 2 years. 1861 : 
Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate, Cuddapah; Acting Collector 
and Magistrate, South Canara. 1862 : Sub-Collector and Joint 
Magistrate, Kistna. 1863: Acting Sub - Collector and Joint 
Magistrate, Coimbatore ; on furlough to Europe. 1866: Resigned 
the service, 16th Fehruary, in England. {Invalid Annuitant.) 

HOLLO WAY, William, C.S.L — 1848 : Writer. 1849 : 
Student at the College. 1851 : Assistant to Collector and Magis- 
trate, Tanjore. 1852 : Acting Head Assistant to Collector and 
Magistrate, Tanjore. 1853 : Acting Deputy Register, afterwards 
Acting Head Assistant to the Register to the Court of Sudder and 
Poujdarry Adawlut. 1854 : Head Assistant to Collector and Magis- 
trate, Masulipatam. 1855: Acting Sub- Judge; Head Assistant 
to Collector and Magistrate, Rajahmundry : afterwards Acting 
Sub- Judge, Calicut. 1856 : Head Assistant to Collector and 
Magistrate, Trichinopoly ; Special Assistant to Collector and Magis- 
trate, Tanjore ; and Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, and 
Agent to the Governor of Fort St. George, in Vizagapatam. 1857 : 
Sub-Judge, Calicut. 1859 : Secretary to the Commission for 
Inquiring into the System of Judicature in the Madras Presidency; 
afterwards Acting Civil and Sessions Judge, Tellicherry. 1861 : 
Civil and Sessions Judge, Tellicherry. 1863: Acting Puisne 
Jud.f^e, afterwards Judge of the High Court of Judicature, Madras. 
1868: On 7nedical leave to Europe for i year and 8 months. 
1870 : Resumed Judge of the High Court. 1873 : Acting Chief 



MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. i8i 

Justice, Madras. 1875 : ^'^ furlough to Europe; 7nade a C.S.I., 
^ist December. 1877 : Retired from service, 2gth January. 
{Annuitant on tlie Fund.) 

HOOPER, William Stanley.— 1855 : AVriter and Student at 
the College. 1857 : Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, Kellore. 
1858 : Acting Head Assistant at Kellore. 1859 : Acting Head 
Assistant at Tanjore. i860: Senior Assistant to Collector and 
Magistrate, and Agent to the Governor of Fort St. George, in 
Ganjam ; afterwards Principal Assistant, Ganjam. 1862 : Acting 
Sub-Collector, Madras. 1863 : On mediccd leave to Europe for 15 
months. 1864: Principal Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, 
and Agent to the Governor of Fort St. George, in Ganjam. 1865 : 
Died, 2^th Febunav]), in India. 

HORSLEY, William Dowdeswell. — 1855 : Writer and Student 
at the College. 1856 : Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, 
Rajahmundry. 1859: Assistant at Godavari. i860: Acting 
Head Assistant at Godavari. 1862 : Invested with Full Powers 
of a Magistrate ; Head Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, 
Cuddapah, also at Godavari, at Kurnool, and at Madura \ Act- 
ing Sub-Collector, afterwards Acting Sub-Collector and Joint 
Magistrate, Kistna. 1864: Justice of the Peace; On specicd 
leave in India for /^months. 1865 : Acting Sub-Collector, Kistna; 
Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate, Cuddapah. 1866 ; Acting 
Civil and Sessions Judge, afterwards Sub-Collector, Cuddapah. 
1870: On furlough in India for 8 moiiths. 187 1 : Acting Col- 
lector and Magistrate, Cuddapah. 1872 : Collector and Magis- 
trate, Cuddapah. 1876: On furlough to Europe for 2 years. 1878: 
Collector at Cuddapah ; Acting Third Member of the Revenue 
Eoard. 1879: Acting Collector, District Magistrate, and Agent 
to the Governor in Ganjam. 1881 : Acting Collector and Magis- 
trate, Godavari ; Acting Third Member, afterwards Acting Second 
Member of the Revenue Board. 1882 : Collector and Magistrate, 
Cuddapah. 1883: On furlough to Europe for 2 years, 1884: 
Retired from service, T^ist December. 

HUDDLESTON, William, C.S.I. — 1845 : Writer. 1847 : 
Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, Canara. 1852 : Acting 
Head Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, Canara. 1854: Act- 
ing Head Assistant to the Register to the Court of Sudder and 
Foujdarry Adawlut ; Head Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, 
Chingieput ; Acting Deputy Register to the Court of Sudder and 
Foujdarry Adawlut ; Acting Deputy Secretary to Government in 
the Departments under the Chief Secretary. 1855 : Deputy Secre- 



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tary to Government under the Chief Secretary; afterwards Secretary 
to the Board of Exammers. 1856 : On furlough to Europe. 1857 : 
Acting Deputy Secretary to Government in the Eevenue and Public 
Works Departments. 1858 : Acting Deputy Collector of Sea Cus- 
toms, Madras ; afterwards Sub-Secretary to the Revenue Board. 
i860 : Acting Secretary to the Revenue Board. i86i : Secretary 
to the Revenue Board. 1865 : Acting Secretary to Government, 
Revenue Department. 1867 : Secretary to Government, Revenue 
Department. 1868 : On furlough to Eiirope for 23 months. 187 1 : 
Acting Chief Secretary to Government. 1872 : Chief Secretary to 
Government. 1873: Temporary Member of Council. 1874: On 
furlough to Europe for 12 months. 1875: Resumed Temporary 
Member of Council. 1877 : Appointed Member of Council. 
1 88 1 : Acting Governor of Fort St. George and President in 
Council. 1882 : Made a G.S.L 2^d May ; Retired from service, 
12th June. {Anmiitant on the Fund.) 

HUTCHINS, Arthur Robert. — 1857 : Writer and Student at 
the College. 1858 : Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, Trichi- 
nopoly. 1859 : O71 medical leave to Europe for 15 months. 1861 : 
Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, South Arcot. 1862 : Acting 
Head Assistant, Tanjore. 1864: Head Assistant at Tanjore, and 
at Madura ; Acting Judge of Small Cause Court, Madura ; Acting 
Sub-Collector, South Arcot ; Acting Sub-Collector and Joint Magis- 
trate, Madura. 1865 : Acting Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate, 
Kistna. 1866: Acting Sub-Collector, Tanjore ; Head Assistant 
to Collector and Joint Magistrate, South Arcot; Sub-Collector, 
Tanjore; On furlough to Europe for 14 months. 1867 : Assistant 
and Acting Head Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, Tanjore. 
1868 : Acting Principal Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, 
and Agent to the Governor, in Vizagapatam; Junior Assistant, 
afterwards Senior Assistant, in Ganjam ; Sub-Collector and Magis- 
trate, Godavari. 1869: On furlough to Europe for 12 months. 
1870 : Retired from service, 6th October-. (Invalid Annuitant.) 

HUTCHINS, Philip Percival.— 1858 : Writer and Student at 
the College. 1859 : Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, South 
Arcot. i860: Head Assistant, South Arcot. 1862 : Acting Sub- 
Collector and Joint Magistrate, South Arcot; Acting Deputy 
Secretary to Government, Revenue Department, afterwards under 
the Chief Secretary. 1863 : Acting Secretary to the Board of 
Examiners, also Acting Deputy Secretary to Government, Revenue 
Department ; Acting Judge of Small Cause Court, Chittoor ; Acting 



MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 183 

Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate, Madras ; Private Secretary to 
H.E. the Governor, the Hon. E. Maltby. 1864: Head Assistant 
to Collector and Magistrate, South Arcot, and Acting Sub-Collector 
and Joint Magistrate, Madras; Acting Registrar to the High 
Court, Appellate Side. 1865 : Registrar to the High Court, 
Appellate Side. 1867 : On medical leave to Europe for ig months. 
1868: Resumed Registrar, High Court. 1869: Acting Civil and 
Sessions Judge, ISTundyal. 1870 : Acting Civil and Sessions Judge, 
Tanjore. 187 1 : Acting Civil and Sessions Judge, Cuddapah. 
1872 : Acting Civil and Sessions Judge, Bellary, afterwards at 
Madura. 1873: District and Sessions Judge, Madura. 1874: 
On furlough to Europe for 20 months. 1875 : District Judge, 
Madura. i88i : Acting Judge of the High Court, Madras; On 
special leave to Europe, urgent private affairs, for 6 months. 1882 : 
District and Sessions Judge, Madura ; Member of the Rent Law 
Committee; Acting Secretary to Government, Revenue Depart- 
ment. 1883: On Special Duty connected with Reorganisation of 
Judicial Establishments ; Member of the Board of Examiners ; 
Acting Judge of the High Court, Madras ; appointed Judge of the 
High Court, Madras. 1884 : Fellow of the Madras University. 

INNES, Lewis Charles. — 1844: Writer. 1846: Assistant to 
Collector and JMagistrate, Canara. 1847 : Assistant to Collector 
and Magistrate, Trichinopoly ; afterwards Assistant to Collector and 
Magistrate, Salem. 1849: On furlough to Europe. 1852: Assis- 
tant and Acting Head Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, Salem. 
1853 : Acting Head Assistant, afterwards Head Assistant to 
Collector and Magistrate, Tanjore. 1855 : Acting Sub- Judge, 
Combaconum. 1856 : Sub- Judge, Combaconum. 1858 : Civil and 
Sessions Judge at Kundyal. 1862 : Civil and Sessions Judge, 
Rajahmundry. 1863 : Civil and Sessions Judge, Coimbatore, after- 
wards at Ootacamund. 1865 : Judge of the High Court of Judi. 
cature, Madras. 1867 : On medical leave to Europe for 21 months- 
1869 : Resumed Judge of the High Court, Madras. 1875 : On 
medical leave to Europe for 5 months. 1877 : Acting Chief Justice, 
Madras. 1880: On furlough to Europe for 8 months. 1882: 
Acting Chief Justice, Madras. 1883 : Retired from service, gth 
Septemher. {Annuitant on the Fund.) 

IRVINE, OcTAVius Butler.— 1856: Writer. 1857: Student 
at the College. 1858 : Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, 
Coimbatore. 1861 : Officiating Head Assistant at Coimbatore ; 
Head Assistant, Kistna. 1862 : On medical leave for 2 years and 



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6 months. 1865 : Assistant, afterwards Acting Head Assistant to 
Collector and Magistrate, South Arcot. 1866 : Head Assistant, 
North Arcot, and at South Arcot; Acting Sub-Collector, South 
Arcot; Sub-Collector, Bellary. 1867: Acting Judge of Small 
Cause Court, afterwards Sub-Judge, Vellore ; Acting Civil and 
Sessions Judge, Chittoor. 1868 : Acting Civil and Sessions Judge, 
Bellary. 187 1 : On furlough to Europe for 18 montlis. 1873: 
District and Sessions Judge, Godavari, also of North Arcot. 
1874: Acting District and Sessions Judge, Chittoor; District 
and Sessions Judge, South Arcot. 1879 : Acting Collector and 
Magistrate, and Agent to the Governor of Fort St. George, 
Vizagapatam. 1880: Died, 14th May, at Vizagajpatam. 

KELSALL, Thomas. — 1755 : Arrived on the Coromandel Coast 
9th June, as Writer, and jDlaced under the Secretary at Fort St. 
George. 1756 : Under the Accountant at Fort St. David. 1759 : 
Under the Secretary in the Secret Department at Fort St. George. 
1760: Factor and Paymaster at Arcot. 1761 : Secretary in the 
Secret Department, and Translator at Fort St. George. 1762 : 
Clerk to the Committee of Treasury and Accounts. 1764 : Register 
of the Sea Gate, and Clerk to the Committee of Treasury and 
Accounts. 1765 : Junior Merchant and Assistant at Masulipatam. 
1766: Services transferred to Bengal. 1767: Appointed Kinth 
Member of Council of the Governor of Fort AYilliam in Bengal; Mili- 
tary Paymaster-General and Custom Master. {See Bengal Volume.) 

KERR, William Hobakt. — 1856 : Writer and Student at the 
College. 1857 : Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, Tanjore. 
1859 : Acting Special Assistant at Tanjore. i860 : Head Assis- 
tant at Madura. i86i : Head Assistant at Tanjore; Deputy 
Secretary to Government in Chief Secretary's Departments ; On 
medical leave to Europe for 2 years. 1864: Superintendent of 
Coorg. 1865 : On special leave to Europe for 6 months; resumed 
Superintendentship of Coorg. 1866 : On medical leave to Euro]pe 
for 12 months. 1867 : Retired from service, nth March. {Invalid 
Annuitant.) 

KINDERSLEY, John Robert.— 1847 : Writer. 1849: Assis- 
tant to Collector and Magistrate, Salem. 1851 : Acting Head 
Assistant at Salem. 1852 : Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, 
Masulipatam ; On medical leave to Europe. 1855 : Assistant to 
Collector and Magistrate, Chingleput ; afterwards Acting Head 
Assistant at Trichinopoly ; then Head Assistant at Malabar ; and 
Acting Sub-Judge, Mangalore. 1856 : Head Assistant to Collector 



MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 1S5 



and Magistrate, Chingleput. 1857 : Assistant Judge, after- 
wards Acting Civil and Sessions Judge, Mangalore. 1858 : Acting 
Sub- Judge, Bellary. 1859 : Senior Assistant to Collector and 
Magistrate, and Agent to the Governor of Fort St. George, in 
Ganjam; Acting Civil and Sessions Judge, Kundyal. i860: 
Officiating Civil and Sessions Judge, Bellary; Proceeded on 
furlough to Europe for 3 years. 1864 : Acting Civil and Sessions 
Judge, Rajahmundry. 1865 : Civil and Sessions Judge, Rajah- 
mundry. 1866: Civil and Sessions Judge, Bellary; Officiating 
Judicial Commissioner, Mysore. 1870: Acting Judge of the 
High Court of Judicature, Madras; Officiating Judicial Com- 
missioner, Mysore; Resumed Acting Judge of the High Court, 
Madras. 1877: Appointed Judge of the High Court, Madras; 
Fellow of the Madras University. 1878 : On furlough to Euroje 
for 15 months. 1879 : Resumed Judge of the High Court, Madras. 
1884 : Retired from service, 6th Jcmuary. {Annuitant on the Fund.) 
KINDERSLEY, Francis Marten.— 1855 : Writer and Student 
at the College. 1857: Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, 
South Arcot. 1859 : Acting Head Assistant, South Arcot. i860 : 
Head Assistant at Tanjore ; Officiating Sub-Collector and Joint 
Magistrate, Tinnevelly. 1863 : Acting Civil and Sessions Judge, 
Tinnevelly. 1864 : Acting Judge of Small Cause Court, Tanjore. 
1865 : Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate, Tanjore. 1866 : 
Judge of Small Cause Court, Combaconum. 1867 : Acting Civil 
and Sessions Judge, Trichinopoly ; On furlough to Europe for 
2 years. 1869 : Acting Civil and Sessions Judge, Coimbatore. 
187 1 : District and Sessions Judge, Tanjore. 1872 : On furlough 
for 7 months. 1874 : Acting District and Sessions Judge, Coim- 
batore. 1877 : District and Sessions Judge, Coimbatore. 1878 : 
On furlough to Europe for 1 year. 1880: Retired from service, 
24th December, in India. {Annuitant on the Fund.) 

LEMAN, George powNTON.— 1857 : Writer and Student at 
the College. 1859 : Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, iS^orth 
Arcot. 1861 : On medical leave for 3 months; Officiating Head 
Assistant, North Arcot ; On medical leave to Europe for 21 months. 
1863: Assistant Collector, North Arcot; Acting Head Assistant 
to Collector and Magistrate ; Invested with Full Powers of a Magis- 
trate. 1864: Justice of the Peace; Acting Head Assistant, 
Trichinopoly ; Senior Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, and 
Agent to the Governor in Ganjam. 1865 : Acting Principal 
Assistant, and Agent, in Ganjam. 1866 : Principal Assistant and 



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Agent, Gaiijam. 1867 : Acting Collector and Magistrate, Kistna. 
1868 : Acting Civil and Sessions Judge, Guntoor; Acting Collector 
of Sea Customs, and Protector of Emigrants, Madras ; Acting 
Civil and Sessions Judge, Tellicherry. 1869 : Acting Inam Com- 
missioner ; on Special Duty connected with the Quit Kent Depart- 
ment, Madras. 1870: On furlough to Europe for 21 months. 
1872 : Acting Collector and Magistrate, Kistna. 1873 : Collector 
and Magistrate, Kistna. 1875 : On Special Duty at Madras ; Act- 
ing Collector of Sea Customs, and Protector of Emigrants, Madras. 
1877: Collector and Magistrate, Kistna; Collector, Magistrate, 
and Agent to the Governor in Ganjam. 1879 : Oji furlough to 
Europe for 15 months. 18S0 : Resumed Collector, Magistrate, and 
Agent, Ganjam. 1881 : Acting Collector and Magistrate, Coim- 
batore ; Acting Collector of Sea Customs, and Protector of Emi- 
grants, Madras. 1882 : Collector and Magistrate, Coimbatore. 
1884: Sp>ecial leave to Europe on urgent private affairs for 6 
months ; resumed Collector and Magistrate, Coimbatore. 

LONGLEY, Charles Thomas. — 1853 : Writer and Student at 
the College. 1855 : Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, Madura. 
1856 : Acting Head Assistant at Madura. 1858 : Head Assistant 
to Collector and Magistrate, Kurnool ; On medical leave to Europe 
for 24 months, i860 : Officiating Sub- Judge, Chicacole ; Senior 
Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, and Agent to the Governor 
of Fort St. George, in Vizagapatam. 1861 : Principal Assistant 
at Vizagapatam. 1862 : Acting Collector and Magistrate, Gan- 
jam. 1864 : Acting Judge of Small Cause Court, Chittoor. 1866 : 
On furlough to Europe for 23 months and 11 days. 1867: 
Acting Collector and Magistrate, Trichinopoly. 1868 : Acting 
Collector and Magistrate, Tinnevelly. 1869 : Collector and Magis- 
trate, Nellore. 1870 : Collector and Magistrate, Salem. 1873 : 
On furlough to Europe for 15 months. 1874: Resumed Duties 
at Salem. 1878 : Acting Second Member of the Revenue 
Board. 1879 : Acting Eirst Member of the Board of Revenue, 
and Commissioner for Examinations of Uncovenanted Civil 
Servants; Acting Third Member of the Revenue Board. 1880: 
Acting Second Member, afterwards Third Member, and again 
Second Member, of the Revenue Board ; In Charge of the Inam 
Department. 1881 : Acting Second Member, appointed Third 
Member, and Acting First Member, of the Revenue Board ; On 
furlough to Europe for 9 months and 14 days. 1882 : Retired 
from service, i^th July, in England. {Annuitant on the Fund.) 



MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 187 

LUSHINGTON, James Law. — 1841 : Writer. 1843 : Assistant 
to Principal Collector and Magistrate, Tanjore. 1844: In the 
same Capacity at Xellore. 1845 : Acting Head Assistant to Col- 
lector and Magistrate, ISTellore. 1847 • Head Assistant to Collector 
and Magistrate, Trichinopoly ; afterwards Second Assistant to the 
Accountant-General, Madras. 1848: Acting Head Assistant to 
the Accountant-General. 1850 : Head Assistant to the Accountant- 
General, and Canarese Translator to Government. 1854: Acting 
First Assistant to the Accountant-General. 1856 : First Assistant 
to the Accountant-General ; afterwards Acting Sub-Treasurer, 
Secretary to the Savings Bank, Member of the jNIint Committee, 
and Director of the Incorporated Bank of Madras. 1858 : Acting 
Civil Auditor and SujDerintendent of Stamps. 1859 : Civil 
Auditor ; afterwards Accountant, North - Western Provinces. 
1861 : 0)1 medical leave to Europe for 15 months. 1863 : Acting 
Deputy at Madras, afterwards Deputy Auditor and Accountant- 
General, Bengal, and officiating Auditor-General and Accountant- 
General to the Government of India. 1864 : Acting Deputy 
Auditor and Accountant-General, Madras. 1865 : Accountant- 
General, Bombay. 1868 : On private affairs to Europe for 6 
months; on duty in England. 1869: On furlough to Europe for 
2 years. 187 1 : Resumed Accountant-General, Bombay. 1876 : 
Retired from service^ 24th December, in India. {Annuitant on the 
Fund. ) 

MACGREGOR, Atholl. — 1855 : Writer and Student at the Col- 
lege. 1857 : Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, Madura. 1859 : 
Acting Head Assistant at Tinnevelly. i860 : Special Assistant to 
Collector and Magistrate, Malabar. 1861 : Acting Sub-Collector, 
Malabar. 1863 : On furlough to Europe for 20 months. 1865 : 
Acting Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate, Tinnevelly ; Head 
Assistant at Coimbatore ; Sub-Collector, ISTellore. 1866 : Principal 
Assistant to Collector, and Agent to the Governor of Fort St. George, 
Ganjam ; also Sub-Collector, Tinnevelly ; Acting Collector and 
Magistrate, Coimbatore. 1867 : Sub-Collector and Joint Magis- 
trate, Madras District ; Acting Resident, Travancore ; Leave on 
private affairs for 6 months. 1868 : Resumed Sub-Collector and 
Joint Magistrate, Madras District; Acting Secretary to the Revenue 
Board. 1869 : Acting Collector of Sea Customs, and Protector of 
Emigrants, Madras. 1870: Secretary to the Revenue Board; 
Collector and Magistrate, Malabar ; Agent for French Settlement 
of Mah^. 1875 : Acting Secretary to Government, Revenue 



i83 SUPPLEMENTARY LIST OF 

Department; Acting Eesident of Travancore and Cochin. 1876 : 
Kesident of Travancore and Cochin. 1877 : ^^ furlough to 
Europe for 2 years, with extension for another year. 1882 : 
Retired from service, i-^th April, in England. {Amiuitant on the 
Fund.) 

MASTER, Egbert Edward. — 1845: Writer. 1846: Assistant 
to Collector and Magistrate, Rajahmundry. 1849 • Acting Head 
Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, Rajahmundry. 1850 : Act- 
ing Sub- Judge, Rajahmundry. 1853 : Head Assistant to Collector 
and Magistrate, Rajahmundry. 1855 : Sub-Judge, Rajahmundry. 
1856 : On furlough to Europe. 1857 : Acting Second Assistant to 
the Accountant-General. 1858 : Deputy Director of Revenue 
Settlement. 186 1 : Acting Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate, 
Godavari, without prejudice to previous Appointment ; Acting 
Director of Revenue Settlement. 1862 : Officiating Director. 
1868 : Director of Revenue Settlement. 1870 : On furlough to 
Europe for 2 years. 1872 : Retired from service, T^oth April, 
{Annuitant on the Fund.) 

MASTER, John Henry. — 1852: Writer and Student at the 
College. 1853 : Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, Rajah- 
mundry. 1854: Assistant Commissioner, Third Class, Nagpur 
Commission. 1858: Officiating Deputy Commissioner, Chind- 
wara, Central Provinces. 1859: Deputy Secretary to Government 
in the Revenue and Public Works Departments, i860 : Deputy 
Commissioner, Third Class, Chindwara. 1862 : Deputy Com- 
missioner, Second Class, Bhundara. 1864 : On furlough to Europe 
for 3 years. 1867 : Sub-Collector, Bellary ; Acting Collector and 
Magistrate, and Agent to the Governor, in Yizagapatam. 1868: 
Acting Collector and Magistrate, afterwards Sub-Collector and 
Joint Magistrate, Godavari; Acting Civil and Sessions Judge, 
Berhampore; Civil and Sessions Judge, Tellicherry. 1869: Act- 
ing Civil and Sessions Judge, Yizagapatam ; Acting Collector and 
Magistrate, Bellary. 1870: Civil and Sessions Judge, Cuddapah. 
1873 : Collector and Magistrate, Bellary; Political Agent at Sun- 
dur. 1878: On furlough to Europe. 1880: Retired from service, 
2)0th April, in England. {Annuitant on the Fund.) 

MASTER, Charles Gilbert. — 1854 : AVriter and Student at 
the College. 1855 : Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, Masuli- 
patam. 1856: Acting Head Assistant at Guntoor. 1859: Head 
Assistant to the Collector, Guntoor ; afterwards Head Assistant to 
Collector and Magistrate, North Canara; Deputy Secretary to 



MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 189 

Government in the Revenue and Public AVorks Departments. 
i860: Commissioner for the Assessment of Income-Tax. 1861 : 
Officiating Secretary, afterwards Secretary, to the Board of 
Examiners. 1862 : Acting Sub-Secretary to the Revenue Board. 
1866: On furlough fo Europe for 3 years. 1869: Acting Civil 
and Sessions Judge, Calicut ; Justice of the Peace ; on Special Duty 
on Irrigation Works, Godavari and Kistna ; Acting Collector and 
Magistrate, Kellore. 1870 : Collector and Magistrate, Kistna, 
afterwards at Cuddapah. 187 1 : Acting Collector and Magistrate, 
Ganjam. 1872 : Collector and Magistrate, Yizngapatam. 1873 : 
Collector and Magistrate, Ganjam. 1874: Acting Secretary to 
Government, Revenue Department. 1875: On fwiough to Europe 
f or 1 ^ months. 1876 : Collector and Magistrate, Ganjam. 1877; 
Acting Secretary, afterwards Secretary, to Government, Revenue 
Department. 1878 : Acting Chief Secretary to Government. 
1881 : Chief Secretary to Government. 1882 : Additional Mem- 
ber of the Legislative Council. 1883 : Temporary Member of 
Council. 1884: Ordinary Member of Council; toolc his seat Sfh 
January. 

M'DONELL, ^NEAS Ranald. — 1843: AVriter. 1844: Absent 
in Europe. 1846 : Assistant to the Collector and Magistrate, 
Chingleput ; afterwards Head Assistant to the Accountant-General, 
Madras. 1847 : Acting Head Assistant to Collector and Magis- 
trate, South Arcot. 1849 • Head Assistant to Collector and 
Magistrate, South Arcot. 1852 : Acting Sub-Judge, Salem. 
1853: Acting Additional Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate, 
South Arcot. 1854: Acting Sub-Judge, Combaconum ; Acting 
Additional Sub- Collector and Joint Magistrate, South Arcot. 
1855: Sub-Judge, Cuddapah; Acting, afterwards Sub-Collector 
and Joint Magistrate, South Arcot. 1859 : Acting Collector 
and Magistrate, South Arcot ; Officiating Civil and Sessions 
Judge, Combaconum. i860: Collector and Magistrate, Trichi- 
nopoly. 1863 : On medical leave to Europe for 10 months; Collector 
and Magistrate, South Canara ; Civil and Sessions Judge, Rajah- 
mundry. 1864 : Acting Collector and Magistrate, Madura, also 
at Trichinopoly. 1865 : Collector and Magistrate, Trichinopoly. 
1866: Civil and Sessions Judge, Trichinopoly. 1867: Died, 2d 
February, in India. 

M'QUHAE, AViLLiAM.— 1857 : Writer and Student at the Col- 
lege. 1858 : Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, Salem. 1859 : 
Acting Head Assistant at Cuddapah. 1S61 : Head Assistant to 



190 SUPPLEMENTARY LIST OF 

Collector and Magistrate, Kurnool. 1862 : Head Assistant, Cud- 
dapah. 1864: Acting Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate, Coini- 
batore. 1866: Acting Sub- Collector, Coimbatore, and at Salem; 
Acting Sub-Secretary, Revenue Board ; Sub-Collector, Coimbatore. 
1867 : Acting Civil and Sessions Judge, Trichinopoly. 1868 : Act- 
ing Collector and Magistrate, Kistna ; On furlough to Europe for 1 
year and 11 months. 1870: Acting Collector and Magistrate, 
Trichinopoly. 1871 : Acting Collector and Magistrate, Madura. 
1873 : Collector and Magistrate, Madura. 1875 : On furlough 
to Europe for 13 months. 1876 : Resumed Duties at Madura. 
1878: On furlough to Europe for 1 year. 1879: Retired from 
service^ 2W1 Jidy. {Invalid Annuitant.) 

MELVILLE, Robertson John. — 1856 : Writer. 1857 : Student 
at the College. 1858: Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, 
Masulipatam. 1859: Acting Head Assistant at Masulipatam ; 
afterwards Assistant and Acting Head Assistant to the Collector 
and Magistrate, Kistna. 1862 : Acting Judge of Small Cause 
Court, Madura, also at Chittoor ; Head Assistant to Collector and 
Magistrate, Madura. 1863 : Acting Judge of Small Cause Court, 
Chittoor; Head Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, Godavari. 
1864: Officiating Director of Revenue Settlement. 1866: Prin- 
cipal Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, and Agent to the 
Governor, Ganjam; Deputy Director of Revenue Settlement; Sub- 
Collector, Malabar. 1867 : On furlough to Europe for 2 years. 
1869: Acting Judge of Small Cause Court, Vellore ; Acting 
Collector and Magistrate, ^N'ellore ; Sub-Collector, Nellore. 1870: 
Acting Collector and Magistrate, and Agent to the Governor, Yiza- 
gapatam. 1873 : On furlough to Europe for 18 months. 1875 : ^*^^- 
ing Collector and Magistrate, Chingleput. 1876 : Acting Collector 
of Sea Customs and of Madras Town, and Protector of Emigrants. 
1880: On furlough to Europe for 14 months. 1882: Retired 
from service, 31^^ December, in India. {Annuitant on the Fund.) 

MINCHIN, James Innes. — 1844: Writer. 1845 : Assistant to 
Collector and Magistrate, Tanjore. 1847 : Acting Head Assistant 
to Collector and Magistrate, Tanjore. 1849 : Acting Special 
Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, Tanjore. 1850 : Acting 
Head Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, Tanjore. 1851 : Head 
Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, Tanjore. 1853 : Head Assis- 
tant to Collector and Magistrate, Kellore. 1854 : Acting Sub- 
Judge, Cuddapah ; afterwards Acting Sub-Collector and Joint 
Magistrate, Nellore. 1856: Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate, 



MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS, 191 

Nellore. 1859: Officiating Civil and Sessions Judge, Masuli- 
patam. i860: Officiating Collector and Magistrate, Kurnool. 
1862 : Collector and Magistrate, Kurnool. 1866 : On medical 
leave to Europe for 19 months. 1867: On Special Duty at Cal- 
cutta; Collector and Magistrate, and Agent to the Governor of 
Fort St. George, Yizagapatam. 1869: Acting Chief Secretary to 
Government. 1870: Acting Third Member of the Revenue 
Board; Acting Resident in Travancore and Cochin. 187 1 : On 
furlough to Europe for 2 years. 1873: Retired from service^ 1st 
April. {Annuitant on the Fund.) 

MOLONY, Fkederick Beresford. — 1853: Writer. 1854: 
Student at the College. 1855 : Assistant to Collector and Magis- 
trate, Rajahmundry. 1856 : Acting Head Assistant, Rajahniundry. 
1857: Head Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, Cuddapah. 
On medical leave to Europe for 15 months. 1858: Acting Sub- 
Collector and Joint Magistrate, Cuddapah. 1862: Sub-Collector 
and Joint Magistrate, Kistna, but continuing to act as Sub-Collector 
at Cuddapah. 1865 : On furlough to Europe for 3 years. 1868 : 
Died, in India, i$th November. 

MORRIS, George Lee. — 1847: AVriter. 1848: Under the 
Collector of Malabar. 1850: Assistant to Collector and Magis- 
trate, Tanjore. 1852 : Acting Special Assistant to Collector 
and Magistrate, Tanjore. 1855: Special Assistant at Tanjore; 
Officiating Special Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, Coim- 
batore. 1856: Acting Sub - Collector and Joint Magistrate, 
afterwards Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate, Malabar. 1857 : 
On medical leave to Europe for 24 months. 1858 : Sub-Col- 
lector and Joint Magistrate, Madura ; afterwards at Tanjore. 
1862 : Acting Collector at Tanjore. 1863 : Acting Collector and 
Magistrate, South Canara. 1864 : Collector and Magistrate, South 
Canara. 1865 : Collector and Magistrate, and Political Agent at 
Tanjore. 1866: On special leave for 6 months. 1870: Acting 
Third Member of the Revenue Board. 1871 : Acting Second 
Member of the Revenue Board ; On furlough to Europe. 1873: 
Retired from service, i^th May. (Annuitant on the Fund.) 

MORRIS, Henry. — 1848 : Writer and Student at the Col- 
lege. 1850 : Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, Xellore. 
1855 : Acting Head Assistant at Xellore. 1856: Head Assis- 
tant at ISTellore ; Inspector of Schools, Madras. 1857: Act- 
ing Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate, Rajahmundry ; Head 
Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, Guntoor. 185-9 : Oil 



192 SUPPLEMENTARY LIST OF 

furlough to Europe for 3 years and 7 months. 1863 : Acting 
Judge of the Small Cause Court, Chittoor ; Acting Civil and Ses- 
sions Judge, Nundyal ; Acting Collector and Magistrate, Godavari. 
1864: Acting Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate, l!^ellore; Sub-Col- 
lector and Joint Magistrate, Tanjore, with Duties as before ; Acting 
Civil and Sessions Judge, Chicacole. 1865 : Sub-Collector and Joint 
Magistrate, Xellore ; Principal Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, 
and Agent to the Governor of Fort St. George in Ganjam ; Acting 
Civil and Sessions Judge, Eajahmundry. 1866 : District and Ses- 
sions Judge, Godavari. 1873: 0)i furlough to Europe for 2 years. 
1875 : Retired from service^ 20th July. (Annuitant on the Fund.) 

MORKIS, Frederick William. — 1854 : Writer and Student 
at the College. 1856 : Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, 
afterwards Acting Head Assistant, at Nellore. 1858 : Acting 
Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, and Agent to the Governor 
of Fort St. George, in Ganjam. 1859 : Senior Assistant and Agent 
to the Governor, afterwards Officiating Principal Assistant, Gan- 
jam. i860: Deputy Director of Keveiiue Settlement. 1863: 
Died^ i^ih October, in India. 

NESBITT, William Smith. — 1845 : Writer. 1848 : Assistant 
to Collector and Magistrate, Guntoor. 185 1 : Acting Head Assis- 
tant to Collector and Magistrate, Masulipatam ; On medical leave 
to Eurojye. 1857 : Acting Sub- Judge, Cuddapah. 1858 : Acting 
Deputy Collector of Sea Customs, Madras; Acting Subordinate 
Judge, Chittoor. 1859: Acting Sub-Judge, Ootacamund; Assis- 
tant to Collector and Magistrate, Coimbatore. 1861: Acting Sub- 
Judge, Ootacamund. 1862: Sub-Judge, Ootacamund. 1866: On 
furlough to Europe. 1869: Resigned the service, ist February, in 
England. [Invalid Annuitant.) 

NEWILL, Henry. — 1840: Writer. 1841 : Assistant to the 
Collector and Magistrate, Guntoor. 1842 : Acting Register to the 
Zillah Court of Cuddapah. 1843 : Acting Head Assistant to the 
Collector and Magistrate, Guntoor. 1845 : Head Assistant to the 
Collector and Magistrate, Guntoor. 1850: Acting Collector and 
Magistrate, Guntoor. 1851 : Proceeded on furlough to Europe. 
1853 : Returned to Madras. 1854 : Assistant to the Commissioner 
for the Northern Circars. 1855 : Acting Collector and Magistrate, 
Guntoor. 1857 : Director of Revenue Settlement. 1862 : On 
medical leave for i year. 1863 : Collector and Magistrate, Goda- 
vari. 1864 : Acting Resident, and in 1865 Resident of Travancore 
and Cochin. 1869 : Died, 2^th April, in India. 



MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. i93 



NISBET, Walter.— 1855 : Writer and Student at the College. 
1856 : Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, Tanjore. 1857 : On 
medical leave to Europe for 30 months. 1859: Assistant to Col- 
lector and Magistrate, Chingleput. i860 : Head Assistant at 
Trichinopoly. 1862 : Acting Sub-Collector, Madura. 1864 : Oil 
medical leave to Europe, forfeiting appointment. 1865: Retired 
from service 24th August. {Invalid Annuitant.) 

PAUNCEFOTE, Bernard.— 1845 : Writer. 1847 : Assistant 
to Collector and Magistrate, South Arcot. 1851 : Acting Head 
Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, Xellore. 1853 : Acting 
Assistant to the Accountant-General, Madras. 1854 : Head Assis- 
tant to Collector and Magistrate, Trichinopoly; afterwards at 
Chingleput. 1855 : Acting Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate, 
Madura. 1856: Additional Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate, 
North Arcot; Proceeded to Europe on medical certifcate for 27 
months. 1861 : Officiating Civil and Sessions Judge, Chingleput; 
Acting Sub-Collector, South Arcot. 1862 : Sub -Collector, South 
Arcotl On furlough for 3 years. 1865 : Retired from service^ 
2'jth January. (Invalid Annuitant.) 

PELLY, Charles Kaymond.— 1847 : Writer. 1848 : Assistant 
to Collector and Magistrate, Bellary. 1850 : Acting Head Assis- 
tant at Bellary. 1854 : Acting Head Assistant to Collector and 
Magistrate, Canara. 1855 : Head Assistant to Collector and 
Magistrate, Malabar, and again at Canara; Acting Sub-Judge, 
Mangalore. 1856: Acting Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate, 
Rajahmundry. 1857 : Acting Principal Assistant to Collector 
and Magistrate, and Agent to the Governor of Fort St. George, in 
Yizagapatani. 1858 : Senior Assistant, and Acting Principal 
Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, and Agent to the Governor, 
Yizagapatam. 1859 : Sub- Judge, Chicacole. i860 : Acting Civil 
and Sessions Judge, Masulipatam. 1863 : Judge of the Small Cause 
Court, Cuddalore ; but acting as Civil and Sessions Judge, Nun- 
dyal; On special leave for 6 months. 1864: Acting Civil and 
Sessions Judge, Madura. 1865 : Civil and Sessions Judge, Nellore. 
1867 : On furlough to Europe for 1 year and 11 months. 1869 : 
Civil and Sessions Judge, Calicut. 1870: Civil and Sessions 
Judge, Tanjore, but acting at Tranquebar. 187 1 : Civil and 
Sessions Judge, Tranquebar. 1872: On furlough to Europe for 
12 months. 1873 : Retired from service, 6th June. {Ammitant on 
the Fiind.) 

PLUMER, Charles George.— 1856 : Writer and Student at 

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194 SUPPLEMENTARY LIST OF 

the College. 1857 : Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, Tinne- 
velly. 1858 : Acting Head Assistant Collector, Tinnevelly. 
1859 : Acting Head Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, Chingle- 
put j On medical leave to Euy^opefor 25 months. 1861 : Acting 
Head Assistant, Tanjore; Assistant to Collector, Madura. 1862 : 
Head Assistant to Collector, Salem, and at Tanjore ; Sub-Collector 
at Tanjore ; Head Assistant at Malabar. 1863: Head Assistant, 
Madura; Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate, Tanjore. 1864: 
Justice of the Peace ; Head Assistant to Collector, Trichinopoly, 
and Sub-Collector, Tanjore. 1866 : Sub-Collector and Joint 
Magistrate, Nellore ; Acting Judge of Small Cause Court, Yellore ; 
Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate, Kistna. 1867 : On furlough 
to Europe for 2 years. 1869 : Acting Civil and Sessions Judge, 
Calicut; also at Salem and at Chittoor. 1872.- District and 
Sessions Judge, Xorth Arcot. 1874: On furlough to Euro]pefor 
12 months. 1875 • Resumed District and Sessions Judge, North 
Arcot ; In Charge of Small Cause Court, Vellore. 1882 : Member 
of the Board of Examiners ; District and Sessions Judge, North 
Arcot; Officiating Chief Judge and Inspector-General of Prisons, 
Mysore; Judicial Commissioner of Coorg. 1884: Retired from 
service, 1st June. {Annuitant on the Fund.) 

POCHIN, Charles Norman. — 1848 : AVriter and Student at 
the College. 1850 : Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, Madura ; 
1852: Officiating Head Assistant to the Register to the Court of 
Sudder and Foujdarry Adawlut ; afterwards Assistant to Collector 
and Magistrate, Coimbatore. 1854: Acting Head Assistant to 
Collector and Magistrate, Tanjore. 1856 : Head Assistant to Col- 
lector and Magistrate, North Arcot. 1857 : Acting Additional 
Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate, Canara. 1859 : Additional 
Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate, Canara; afterwards Acting 
Collector and Magistrate, North Canara. i860 : Acting Civil 
and Sessions Judge, afterwards Subordinate Judge, Mangalore ; 
Officiating Collector and Magistrate, North Canara. 1861 : On 
furlough to Europe for 3 years. 1 864 : Acting Sub-Collector and 
Joint Magistrate, Madras. 1865 : Sub-Collector and Joint Magis- 
trate, Tanjore, but acting as Collector of Salem ; Acting Civil 
and Sessions Judge, Madura ; Judge of the Small Cause Court, 
Madura. 1866 : Acting Collector and Magistrate, Trichinopoly ; 
Civil and Sessions Judge, Calicut ; Acting Collector and Magis- 
trate, Kurnool. 1867 : Acting Collector and Magistrate, Salem, 



MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 195 

afterwards Collector and Magistrate there. 1870: Died, 26th 
Auf/usf, in Imlia. 

PUCKLE, Richard Kaye, CLE.— 185 i : Writer and Student 
at the College. 1853 : Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, 
South Arcot. 1855 : Acting Head Assistant to Collector and 
Magistrate, Chingleput. 1856 : Head Assistant to Collector and 
Magistrate, Malabar. 1857 : Acting Assistant to the Agent to the 
Governor of Fort St. George, Yizagapatam ; afterwards Acting 
Head Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, South Arcot. 1858 : 
Head Assistant at South Arcot. 1859 : Acting Deputy Director 
of Revenue Settlement; afterwards Deputy Director, i860 : Ow 
medical leave to Europe for 15 months. 1862 : Deputy Director 
of Revenue Settlement ; Special Assistant to Collector and Magis- 
trate, Trichinopoly ; Deputy Director of Revenue Settlement, 
Tinnevelly ; and at Salem in 1863. 1866 : Collector and Magis- 
trate, Tinnevelly. 1869: On Special Duty at the Office of the 
Board of Revenue ; On furlough to Europe for 16 montlis. 1874 : 
Acting Director of Revenue Settlement. 1875 : Director of 
Revenue Settlement; On furlough to Europe for 12 months. 
1876 : Acting Additional Member of the Revenue Board. 1877 : 
Acting Third Member of the Revenue Board. 1878 : Made CLE. 
1st January ; On furlough to Europe. 1881 : Retired from service, 
16th June, in England. {Annuitant on the Fund.) 

REID, John William {Barrister-at-Laiu). — 1855 : Writer and 
Student at the College. 1856 : Assistant, afterwards Acting Head 
Assistant, to Collector and Magistrate, Cuddapah. 1859 : Head 
Assistant at Rajahmundry, and Acting Subordinate Judge, Cud- 
dapah; Head Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, Godavari. 
i860 : Acting Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate, Bellary ; Acting 
Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate, Kistna. 1861 : Acting Sub- 
Collector, Bellary. 1863: Head Assistant Collector, Malabar; 
Acting Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate, Bellary ; Justice of the 
Peace. 1864: Head Assistant, Tinnevelly ; Sub-Collector, Bellary. 
1866: Sub-Collector, Kistna; Acting Sub-Collector, Bellary; On 
furlough to Europe for 3 years, 1869 : Acting Civil and Sessions 
Judge, Calicut; afterwards at Tellicherr}^ 1872: District and 
Sessions Judge, North Malabar. 1873 : ^^ sp)ecicd leave to Europe 
for 6 months; District and Sessions Judge, Tellicherry. 1877: 
Additional Sessions Judge at Nellore, and at Coimbatore. 1878 : 
On furlough to Europe for 12 months. 1879 : District and Sessions 
Judge, North Malabar. 1882: On furlough to Europe for 18 



196 SUPPLEMENTARY LIST OF 

months. 1884: Resumed District and Sessions Judge, North 
Malabar ; afterwards at Coimbatore. 

ROBERTS, Clarence Armstrong. — 1844 : Writer and Student 
at the College. 1845 • Permitted to Pursue his Studies under the 
Collector of Salem. 1847 : Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, 
South Arcot. 1848: Acting Second Assistant to the Accountant- 
General, Madras. 1849 : Acting Head Assistant to Collector and 
Magistrate, Tanjore. 1850 : Second Assistant to the Accountant- 
General. 1852: Secretary to the Mint Committee. 1853: Act- 
ing Head Assistant to the Accountant-General, and Acting Canarese 
Translator to Government. 1854 : Member of the Board of Exa- 
miners; Acting Pirst Assistant to the Accountant-General. 1855 : 
Proceeded to Europe on furlough. 1858: Without employ for t^ 
months; Secretary to the Mint Committee ; Acting Pirst Assistant 
to the Accountant-General; Acting Collector of Sea Customs, 
Madras ; Acting Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate, Tinnevelly. 
1859: Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate, Coimbatore; Officiat- 
ing Postmaster-General, Madras. 1861 : On medical leave to 
Europe for 20 months. 1863 : Acting Collector and Magistrate, 
Madras District ; Acting Collector of Sea Customs, Madras ; Act- 
ing Civil and Sessions Judge, afterwards Civil and Sessions 
Judge, Chittoor. 1867 : Commissioner for the Debts of H.H. 
Prince Azeem Jah, Bahadur. 187 1 : On furlough to Europe for 
16 months. 1872 : Retired from service, 12th July. [Annuitant 
on the Fund.) 

ROBINSON, James Douglas. — 1840: Writer. 1842: Assis- 
tant to the Collector and Magistrate, Bellary. 1844 : Acting Head 
Assistant to the Collector and Magistrate, Bellary. 1845 : In the 
same capacity at Coimbatore. 1846 : Head Assistant to the Prin- 
cipal Collector and Magistrate, Madura. 1847 • Acting Sub-Judge 
of the Zillah of Madura. 1848 : Proceeded to Europe on furlough. 
1851 : Returned to Madras. 1852 : Acting Additional Sub-Col- 
lector and Joint Magistrate, Canara; Acting Sub-Collector and 
Joint Magistrate, Malabar ; Head Assistant to the Collector and 
Magistrate, Malabar. 1854: Acting Sub-Judge of the Zillah of 
Mangalore; Additional Sub- Collector and Joint Magistrate, 
Canara. 1856: Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate, Canara. 
1857 : Acting Collector and Magistrate, Canara. 1858 : On Special 
Duty in Connection with the Disturbances on the Frontier of Canara 
District. 1859: Acting Collector and Magistrate, North Arcot. 
i860: Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate, Kistna. 1861 : Col- 



MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS, 197 

lector and Magistrate, Xorth Arcot. 1862: 0}i medical leave for 
10 months. 1864: On special leave for 12 months, 1866: Re- 
sumed Collector and Magistrate, Xorth Arcot. 1868 : On medical 
leave to Europe for 6 months. 1869 : Resumed his previous duties. 
1870: On furlough to Europe. 1873: Resigned the service, yl 
March, in England. {Annuitant on the Fund.) 

ROBINSON, Sir William Rose, K.C.S.I.— 1842 : Writer. 
1843 • Assistant to the Collector and Magistrate, Canara. 1847 : 
Acting Head Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, Malabar. 

1848 : Head Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, Malabar. 

1849 : Officiating Sub-Judge, Calicut. 1851 ; Acting Sub-Col- 
lector and Joint Magistrate, Malabar. 1852 : On furlough to 
Europe. 1856 : Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate, Madura ; 
Acting Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate, Rajahmundry ; Acting 
Collector and Magistrate, Malabar. 1858: Inspector-General of 
Police for the Madras Presidency. 1866 : Made a C.S.I. 1867 : 
Acting Third ]\rember of the Revenue Board. 1868 : On specicd 
leave to Euroj)efor 6 months ; resumed Acting Third Member of 
the Revenue Board. 1869 : Third Member and Acting Second 
Member of the Revenue Board 3 afterwards Acting Pirst Member ; 
Inam Commissioner. 1870: Second Member, and Acting Pirst 
^Member of the Revenue Board ; Additional Member of Council of 
the Governor-General for making Laws and Regulations. 1872 : 
On furlough to Europe for 9 months. 1873 : Member of Council. 
1875 : Acting Governor of Port St. George for 7 months ; made a 
K. C.S.I, ^ist December. 1878 : Retired from service, ^th Decem- 
her. {Annuitant on the Fund.) 

RUSSELL, Claud. — 1752 : Arrived on the Coromandel Coast 
17th June; Writer and under the Secretary at Port St. George. 
1754: Sub-Secretary and Accountant-General of the Mayor's 
Court. 1759 : Pactor and Sub-Import Warehouse-keeper. 1760 : 
Junior Merchant and Commissary at Camp. 1762 : Senior 
Merchant and Under Searcher at the Sea Gate and Assistant to 
Mint Master. 1764 : Under Searcher and Assay Master. 1765 : 
Absent by desire of the Select Committee at Fort William in 
Bengcd. 1767: Appointed Sixth Member of Council of the 
Governor of Port AVilliam ; Accountant and CoUector-GeneraL 
{See Bengal Volume.) 

SHARPE, George Robinson. — 1855 : Writer and Student 
at the College. 1856 : Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, 
South Arcot. 1857: Acting Head Assistant at Salem j after- 



I9S SUPPLEMENTARY LIST OF 

wards at Malabar. 1859 : Head Assistant at Malabar; Acting 
Subordinate Judge, Calicut. 1862 : Judge of the Small Cause 
Court, Telliclierry. 1864 : On special leave to Europe for 6 
months. 1866 : Acting Civil and Sessions Judge, Calicut. 1867 : 
Civil and Sessions Judge, Calicut. 1868 : Civil and Sessions 
Judge, Madura ; On furlough to Europe for 2 years. 1870 : 
District and Sessions Judge, Malabar. 1874 : On furlough to 
Europe. 1876 : Forfeited appointment. 1877 : Betired from 
service, 24th October. (Invalid Annuitant.) 

SIM, James Duncan, C.S.I. — 1842: AVriter. 1843: Acting 
Head Assistant to the Eegister to the Court of Sudder and Fouj- 
darry Adawlut. 1844: Proceeded to Europe. 1849: Assistant, 
afterwards Head Assistant, to Collector and Magistrate, Nellore. 
1850: Acting Deputy Secretary to Government. 185 1 : Acting, 
afterwards Deputy Secretary under the Chief Secretary to Govern- 
ment. 1853 : Acting Teloogoo Translator to Government. 1854 : 
Teloogoo Translator to Government ; Member of the Board of 
Examiners; Acting Sub-Secretary to the Kevenue Board. 1855 : 
Sub-Secretary to the Revenue Board. 1856 : Acting Secretary to 
the Revenue Board. 1858 : Secretary to the Revenue Board. 
i860: Acting Secretary to Government, Revenue, and Public 
Works Department. 1861 : Secretary to Government, Revenue, 
and Public Works Department. 1865 : On special leave to EurojM 
for 6 monihs. 1866 : Acting Chief Secretary to Government. 
1867: Third Member of the Revenue Board; Commissioner for 
the Examination of Uncovenanted Civil Servants. 1867 : Director 
of the Incorporated Bank of Madras ; Second Member of the 
Revenue Board. 1868 : Made a C.S.I. 2 2d December. 1869 : On 
furlough to Europe for 10 months. 1870 : Member of Council. 
1875: Retired from service, jth 3Iarch. {Annuitcmt on the Fund.) 

SIM, William Clulow. — 1852: Writer. 1853: Student at the 
College. 1854: Acting Third Assistant to the Accountant-General, 
Madras. 1855 : Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, North 
Arcot; Medical leave to Europe for 16 months. 1857: Acting 
Head Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, Trichinopoly. 1858 : 
Acting Head Assistant at Chingleput. 1859: Head Assistant to 
Collector and Magistrate, Salem ; Acting Deputy Secretary to 
Government in the Revenue and Judicial Departments; Head 
Assistant at South Arcot ; Acting Canarese Translator to Govern- 
ment. 1861 : On furlough to Europe for 3 years. 1864 : Retired 
from service, ^th May, in England. {Invalid Annuitant.) 



MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 199 



SMITH, Henry George. — 1844: Writer. 1846: Assistant to 
the Collector and Magistrate, Cuddapali. 1850 : Acting Head 
Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, Tricliinopoly. 1851 : Head 
Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, Tricliinopoly. 1852 : Acting 
Assistant Judge, Combaconum. 1854 : On furlough to Uurojpe. 
1857: Acting Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate, Malabar. 1858: 
Acting Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate, Salem. 1859 : Sub- 
Collector and Joint Magistrate, Salem. 1862 : Acting Collector 
and Magistrate, South Arcot. 1863 : Acting Collector and Magis- 
trate, Cuddapab; Civil and Sessions Judge, Nundyal, but con- 
tinuing to act as before at Cuddapah. 1864: Civil and Sessions 
Judge, Bellary. 1865 : Collector and Magistrate, Cuddapah. 
1868: Oil medical leave to Europe. 1869: Died, in India, 2'jth 
April. 

ST. CLAIR, Hon. James Chisholme.— 1856 : Writer. 1857: 
Student at the College. 1858 : Assistant to Collector and Magis- 
trate, Bellary. 1859 : Acting Head Assistant at Bellary. 1861 : 
Head Assistant at Bellary. 1862 : Acting Sub-Collector, Coim- 
batore. 1864 : Acting Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate, Kellore. 
1866 : Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate, Nellore. 1867 : Sub- 
Collector and Joint I^Iagistrate, K'orth Arcot; Acting Civil and 
Sessions Judge, Mangalore. 1869 : On furlough to Europe for 2 
years. 187 1 : Acting Collector and Magistrate, Bellary: Sub- 
Collector and Joint Magistrate, Chingleput; Acting Civil and 
Sessions Judge, Nundyal. 1873 : District and Sessions Judge, 
South Canara; and at Kurnool. 1874: District and Sessions 
Judge, Kurnool. 1880: On furlough to Europe for 2 years. 
1882 : Retired from service, 2^th Marcli. {Aimuitant on the 
Fund.) 

SULLIVAN, Augustus William.— 1844 : Writer. 1845 : Assis- 
tant to Collector and Magistrate, Tricliinopoly ; Second Assistant 
to the Accountant-General, Madras. 1846 : Assistant to Col- 
lector and Magistrate, North Arcot. 1847 : Acting Head Assis- 
tant to Collector and Magistrate, North Arcot. 1850 : Head 
Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, North Arcot. 1853 : Act- 
ing Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate, North Arcot. 1856 : 
Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate, North Arcot. 1859 : Officiat- 
ing Collector, Madras, i860: Without employ for 11 months. 
1861 : Officiating Civil and Sessions Judge, Rajahinundry ; Sub- 
Collector and Joint Magistrate, Kistna. 1862 : Civil and Sessions 
Judge, Nundyal. 1863: Acting Civil and Sessions Judge, after- 



200 SUPPLEMENTARY LIST OF 

wards Civil and Sessions Judge, Telliclieny. 1868 : Died, ^ist 
August, in India. 

SULLIVAN, Henry Edward. — 1850 : Writer and Student at 
the College. 1852 : Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, Trichi- 
nopoly ; Justice of the Peace. 1855 : Head Assistant to Collector 
and Magistrate, Malabar; and at Coimbatore. 1856 : Acting Sub- 
Collector and Joint Magistrate, Coimbatore. 1857 : Acting Sub- 
Judge, Madura ; Head Assistant, Coimbatore ; Acting Sub-Collector 
and Joint Magistrate, Coimbatore; and at Malabar. 1859: Sub- 
Collector and Joint Magistrate, Malabar. 1861 : On medical 
leave to Europe for 23 months. 1863: Sub- Collector, Malabar; 
Acting Civil and Sessions Judge, Bellary ; Acting Judge of Small 
Cause Court, Tellicherry ; Acting Sub-Collector and Joint Magis- 
trate, Coimbatore; Sub-Collector, Coimbatore. 1865: Acting 
Civil and Sessions Judge, Salem ; Sub-Collector, Coimbatore. 
1866 : Acting Collector and Magistrate, Kurnool; Judge of Small 
Cause Court, Cuddalore ; afterwards at Madura ; Acting Civil and 
Sessions Judge, Bellary; Civil and Sessions Judge, Cuddapah. 
1868 : Acting Collector and Magistrate, afterwards Collector and 
Magistrate, Bellary. 1869 : Acting Collector and Magistrate, 
Coimbatore. 1870: On Special Duty at Bangalore ; Collector at 
Bellary. 187 1 : Special leave to Europe for 6 months. 1872 : 
Acting Collector and Magistrate, Godavari ; and at South Arcot. 
1873: Collector and Magistrate, Trichinopoly. 1874: Acting 
Collector, South Arcot ; Officiating Director of Revenue Settle- 
ment; On furlough to Europe for 18 months. 1876: Acting 
Third Member of the Revenue Board ; President of the Committee 
for Examination of Assistants ; In Charge of the Inam Depart- 
ment. 1877 : Acting Resident of Travancore and Cochin. 1878 : 
Resumed Third Member, afterwards Second Member of the 
Revenue Board ; In Charge of the Inam Department ; Acting 
Eirst Member of the Revenue Board. 1879 : Member of the 
Eamine Commission ; First Member of the Revenue Board ; Com- 
missioner of Uncovenanted Civil Service Examinations ; On Special 
Duty in Godavari District in Connection with the Rumpa Dis- 
turbances; Member of the Famine Commission in England. 
1880: Privilege leave in England for 3 months, including voyage 
to India ; resumed First Member of the Revenue Board. 1881 : 
Additional Member of the Legislative Council ; In Charge of 
Settlement Department; Provisional j\Iember of Council. 1882 : 
Ordinary Member of Council, tooli his seat 12th June. 



MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 201 

SWINTON, Robert Blair— 1849 : Writer and Student at the 
College. 1851 : Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, Tinnevelly. 
1855 : Acting Head Assistant, afterwards Head Assistant at Tin- 
nevelly. 1856 : Acting Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate, 
Tinnevelly ; Acting Head Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, 
Tricliinopoly. 1857 : Oji medical leave to Europe for 15 months. 
1858 : Acting Head Assistant, afterwards Head Assistant to Collec- 
tor and Magistrate, Eajaliniundry ; Acting Subordinate Judge, 
Cuddapah. 1859: Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate, Bellary; 
Acting Sub-Judge, Madura, and at Ootacamund; Subordinate 
Judge, Mangalore. i860: Subordinate Judge, Combaconum. 
1862: Judge of Small Cause Court, Tanjore. 1863: Acting 
Civil and Sessions Judge, Tanjore ; and at Negapatam. 1864 : O71 
furlough to Europe for 3 years. 1867: Out of emploij for six 
months; Acting Judge of Small Cause Court, Madura; Acting 
Civil and Sessions Judge, Tinnevelly. 1868 : District and Sessions 
Judge, Kistna. 1872 : Acting District and Sessions Judge, South 
Arcot. 1874 : Retired from service, 23^^ June. {Annuitant on the 
Fund.) 

TAYLOR, George Noble.— 1840 : Writer. 1841 : Assistant 
to the Collector and Magistrate, Masulipatam. 1842 : Assistant to 
the Principal Collector and Magistrate, Cuddapah ; Acting Assis- 
tant to the Collector and Magistrate, and Agent to the Governor 
of Fort St. George, in Ganjam. 1843 : In the same capacity at 
Vizagapatam. 1845 : Assistant to the Collector and Magistrate, 
and Agent to the Governor of Fort St. George, in Vizagapatam ; 
Proceeded to Europe on furlough. 1848: Returned to Madras. 
1849: Assistant to the Collector and Magistrate, Chingleput ; 
Acting Secretary to the College and University Boards ; Assistant 
to the Collector of Land Customs, Madras. 1851 : Secretary to 
the College Board and to Madras University ; at first Acting, then 
Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate, Rajahmundry. 1856 : Acting 
Deputy Secretary to Government, and Secretary to the Board of 
Examiners ; Proceeded to Europe on furlough for 6 months. 1857 : 
Acting Deputy Collector of Sea Customs, Madras ; Acting Collec- 
tor and Magistrate, Xellore ; and at South Arcot. 1858: Inam 
Commissioner for the Presidency. 1863 : Services placed tem- 
porarily at the Disposal of the Government of India. 1864 : Pro- 
visional Member of the Council of the Governor- General of India. 
1865: Member of Council of the Viceroy and Governor-General 
of India. 1869 : On medical leave to Europe for 6 months. 



202 SUPPLEMENTARY LIST OF 

1870 : Retired from service^ nth March. (Annuitant on the 
Fund.) 

THOMAS, Edward Croft Greenway. — 1851 : Writer and 
Student at the College. 1853 : Assistant to Collector and Magis- 
trate, Coimbatore. 1855 : Acting Head Assistant to Collector 
and Magistrate, Malabar. 1856 : Special Assistant to Collector 
and Magistrate, Malabar. 1858 : Acting Sub- Judge, Calicut. 
1859: Deputy Director of Eevenue Settlement for the Wynaad 
Talook in Malabar. i860 : On medical leave for 4 months; 
Deputy Director of Revenue Settlement with the Salem Party. 
1862: On furlough to Europe for <) months. 1865: Sub-Collector 
and Joint Magistrate, Malabar; but to act as Civil and Sessions 
Judge, Cuddapah; Acting Collector and Magistrate, Kurnool. 
1866 : Acting Civil and Sessions Judge at Chingleput, and at 
Cuddalore, also Civil and Sessions Judge at the latter place ; Judge 
of Small Cause Court, Madura. 1867 : Civil and Sessions 
Judge, Madura. 1868: Civil and Sessions Judge, Calicut; On 
medical leave for 6 months. 1869 : Acting Collector and Magis- 
trate, afterwards Collector' and Magistrate, Malabar ; District and 
Sessions Judge, Vizagapatam. 1870: On special leave for 6 
months. 187 1 : Resumed District and Sessions Judge, Vizaga- 
patam. 1878 : On furlough to Europe for 16 months^ ivith exten- 
sion for another year. 1882: Retired from service^ 21st January, 
in England. (Annuitant on the Fund.) 

THOMAS, Henry Sullivan.— 1855 : Writer and Student at 
the College. 1857 : Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, Canara. 
1858 : On medical leave to the Nilgiri Hills for 9 months. 1859 : 
Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, Madura, i860 : Acting 
Head Assistant, Madura. 1861 : Head Assistant, Collector, and 
Magistrate, Madura; Officiating Sub-Collector and Joint Magis- 
trate, Nellore. 1862 : Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate, 
Madura; Sub-Collector, Madras; Acting Sub-Collector, Salem. 
1863: Sub-Collector, Madura; Acting Sub-Collector, Salem; 
Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate, Salem. 1864 : Justice of the 
Peace. 1866 : Acting Collector of Sea Customs, Madras ; Member 
of the Board of Examiners; Acting Civil and Sessions Judge, 
Ootacamund; and at Chingleput. 1867: Acting Collector and 
Magistrate, South Canara. 1870 : On furlough to Europe for 
2 years. 1872 : Collector and Magistrate, South Canara. 1874: 
Acting Collector and Magistrate, and Agent to the Governor of 
Eort St. George, Tanjore, and Political Agent for French Settle- 



MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 203 

ment at Karikal. 1875 : Collector and Magistrate, Kurnool. 
1878: Acting Collector, Taiijore ; Acting Third Meml)er of the 
Revenue Board, afterwards Acting Second Member : Acting 
Secretary to Government, Revenue Department. 1879 : Acting 
Second Member, afterwards Third Member of the Revenue Board ; 
In Charge of the Inam Department. 1880 : On furlough to 
Europe for 17 months. 1881 : Second Member of the Revenue 
Board, and acting as First Member ; President of the Board of 
Examiners. 1882 : Member of the Local Self-Government Com- 
mittee ; proceeded to Calcutta as Additional Member of the 
Governor-General's Legislative Council. 1883 : Acting First 
Member of the Revenue Board, Madras ; again to Calcutta as 
Additional Member of the Governor-General's Legislative Council. 
1884: On Special Duty connected with the *' Pearl Fisheries," 
Tuticorin ; on Deputation to Ceylon for the same purpose ; Acting 
First Member of the Revenue Board, Madras, afterwards First 
Member. 1885 : Additional Member of the Governor-General's 
Council for making Laws and Regulations. 

THOMPSON, John George.— 1848 : Writer. 1850 : Assistant 
to the Principal Collector and Magistrate, Coimbatore. 1853 : 
Acting Head Assistant at Coimbatore. 1855 : Inspector of Schools. 
1857 : Acting Sub- Judge, Mangalore ; Head Assistant to Collector 
and Magistrate, Salem. 1859: Sub- Judge, Mangalore ; Proceeded 
on furlough to Europe for 3 years and 37 days. 1863 : Acting 
Civil and Sessions Judge, Tellicherry ; and at Mangalore ; Sub- 
Collector and Joint Magistrate, Malabar. 1864: Acting Judge 
of Small Cause Court, Tellicherry. 1865 : Civil and Sessions 
Judge, Cuddapah, but acting as such at Chingleput. 1866 : Act- 
ing, afterwards, Civil and Sessions Judge, Yizagapatam. 1869 : 
District and Sessions Judge, Ganjam. 1875 : On furlough to 
Europe for 2 years. 1877 : Retired from service, 2,0th September. 
(^Annuitant on the Fund.) 

THOMPSON, Stewart.— 1855 : Writer and Student at the 
College. 1857: On medical leave to Europe for 2 1 months, i860 : 
Assistant Collector, Bellary ; On medical leave for 15 montlis. 
1862 : Died, 26th December, in England. 

THORNHILL, George, C.S.L- 1842: Writer. 1844: Assistant 
to the Principal Collector and Magistrate, Coimbatore ; Assis- 
tant to Collector and Magistrate, Rajahmundry. 1845 : Act- 
ing Head Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, Rajahmundry, 
and at Cuddapah. 1846 : In the same capacity at Masulipatam. 



204 SUPPLEMENTARY LIST OF 

1847 : Head Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, Masulipatam. 
1852 : Head Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, Guntoor. 1853 : 
On furlough to Europe. 1856: Acting Principal Assistant to 
Collector and Magistrate, and Agent to the Governor of Fort St. 
George, in Ganjam. 1857 : Principal Assistant, and Agent to the 
Governor, Ganjam. 1859 : Acting Collector and Magistrate, and 
Agent to the Governor, in Yizagapatam ; afterwards Acting Col- 
lector and Magistrate, Knrnool. i860 : Acting Civil and Sessions 
Judge, Masulipatam; Acting Collector and Magistrate, Kistna. 

1861 : Collector and Magistrate, Kistna. 1862 : 0?i medical leave 
for 15 months. 1865 : Acting Collector and Magistrate, and 
Agent to the Governor, Ganjam. 1867 : Acting Collector and 
Magistrate, Madras District. 1868: On Special Duty. 1869: 
Acting Third Member of the Kevenue Board. 1870: Acting 
Second Member, afterwards Third Member of the Revenue Board. 
1873 : First Member of the Revenue Board. 1877 : Made a 
C.S.I., 1st January. 1878 : Retired from service^ 'jth Aprils in 
India. {Annuitant on the Fund.) 

TOD, George Boulderson. — 1852 : AYriter. 1853 : Student 
at the College. 1854 : Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, 
Malabar. 1856 : Acting Head Assistant at Chingleput. 1857 : 
Head Assistant at Chingleput. 1858 : On medical leave to Europe 
for 21 months, i860 : Officiating Subordinate Judge, Cuddapah; 
Head Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, Trichinopoly ; Acting 
Principal Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, and Agent to the 
Governor of Port St. George, in Ganjam ; Assistant to Collector 
and Magistrate, Kistna ; Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate, South 
Arcot. 1861 : Died., i^th November^ at Madras. 

WALHOUSE, MoRETON John. — 1843 : Writer. 1844 : Assis- 
tant to the Principal Collector and Magistrate, Coimbatore. 1846 : 
Acting Head Assistant to the Principal Collector and Magistrate, 
Coimbatore. 1851 : Acting Sub-Judge, Salem. 1852 : Head 
Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, Coimbatore. 1853 : Act- 
ing Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate, Madura. 1854: In the 
same capacity at Coimbatore. 1855 : Sub-Collector and Joint 
Magistrate, Coimbatore. 1856: Acting Civil and Sessions Judge, 
Calicut; and at Honore. 1858: Acting Collector and Magis- 
trate, Trichinopoly. 1859 : On furlough to Europe for 3 years. 

1862 : Acting Civil and Sessions Judge, Tanjore. 1863 : Acting 
Collector and Magistrate, Trichinopoly ; Civil and Sessions Judge, 
Mangalore. 1864: Acting Collector and Magistrate, Malabar. 



MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 205 

1867 : 0?i medical leave to Europe for 2 years. 1870: Civil and 
Sessions Judge, Mangalore. 1872 : Resigned the service^ nth 
March, in India. {Annuitant on the Fund.) 

WEBSTER, Alexander M'Callum. — 1857 : Writer and Student 
at the College. 1859 : Assistant to Collector and INIagistrate, 
Canara; Assistant at North Canara. i860: Acting Head Assis- 
tant at North Canara, afterwards Head Assistant. 1862 : Head 
Assistant, South Canara. 1865 : Acting Sub-Collector and Joint 
Magistrate, Madras District. 1866: On , medical leave for 20 
months. 1867 : Head Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, South 
Canara ; Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate, Coimbatore ; Acting 
Principal Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, and Agent to the 
Governor, in Yizagapatam. 1868: Acting Sub-Collector and Joint 
Magistrate, Coimbatore. 1869: Sub-Collector and Joint Magis- 
trate, Coimbatore ; Acting Collector and Magistrate, Coimbatore ; 
and at Malabar. 1870: Acting Collector and Magistrate, South 
Canara. 1872: Acting Collector and Magistrate, Trichinopoly ; 
Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate, Chingleput ; On furlough to 
Europe for 23 months. 1873 : Collector and Magistrate, Goda- 
vari ; Acting Collector of Sea Customs, and Collector of Madras. 
1874: Acting Collector and Agent to the Governor of Fort St. 
George, Yizagapatam ; Acting Collector and Magistrate, South 
Canara. 1875: Collector and Magistrate, South Canara; On 
special leave to Europe for 6 months. 1876 : Acting Commis- 
sioner, Nilgiri Hills. 1877 : Collector, District Magistrate, and 
Agent to the Governor, Yizagapatam. 1879 : Died, 2'jth September, 
at Coimbatore. 

WEBSTER, Edmund Foster {Barrister - cd - Laic). — 1857: 
Writer. 1858: Student at the College. 1859: Assistant to 
Collector and Magistrate, Tanjore. 1861 : Acting Head Assistant 
at Tanjore : On medical leave to Europe for 2 years and 11 months. 
1864 : Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, Salem; Acting Head 
Assistant at Salem, afterwards at Cuddapah. 1865 : Head Assis- 
tant at Kistna, and at Kurnool ; Acting Sub-Collector and Joint 
Magistrate, Bellary; Head Assistant at Salem; Acting Sub- 
Collector and Joint Magistrate, Godavari. 1866 : Justice of the 
Peace ; Head Assistant, afterwards Acting Sub-Collector, Godavari. 
1867: Sub-Collector, Godavari; Acting First Judge of Small 
Cause Court, Madras; Judge of Small Cause Court, Madura, 
also at Cuddalore in 1868, afterwards Acting Civil and Sessions 
Judge at Coimbatore. 1869 : Judge of Small Cause Court, 



2o6 SUPPLEMENTARY LIST OF 

Cuddalore; Acting Civil and Sessions Judge, Tinnevelly. 187 1 : 
Judge of Small Cause Court, Cuddalore ; 0?i furlough to Euroi^e 
for 14 months. 1873 : Acting District and Sessions Judge, 
Cuddapah ; Appointment confirmed ; District and Sessions Judge, 
Tricliinopoly. 1878: Collector and Magistrate, and Agent to the 
Governor of Fort St. George, in Tanjore ; on Special Duty as a 
Member of the Famine Committee on Questions of Irrigation. 
1879 : Eesumed Collector and Magistrate, and Agent, Tanjore ; 
On special leave to Europe for 5 months. 1880: Collector and 
Magistrate, Tanjore. 1881 : Acting Secretary to Government, 
Eevenue Department; Secretary to Famine Code Committee. 

1882 : Eesumed Acting Secretary, afterwards Secretary, to Govern- 
ment, Eevenue Department ; Member of the^ Forest Draft Bill 
Committee ; Member of Local Self - Government Committee. 

1883 : Acting Chief Secretary to Government ; Additional Member 
of Council for making Laws and Eegulations. 1884 : Chief Secre- 
tary to Government ; Fellow of the Madras University. 

WEDDERBURN, Maxwell Andrew.— 184 i : Writer. 1843 '- 
Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, South Arcot. 1845: 
Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, Malabar. 1846 : Act- 
ing Head Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, North Arcot. 
1847 : Proceeded to Europe. 1848 : Assistant to Collector and 
Magistrate, North Arcot; Acting Head Assistant to Collector 
and Magistrate, Cuddapah. 1850: Head Assistant to Collector 
and Magistrate, Cuddapah. 185 1 : Acting Sub-Collector and Joint 
Magistrate, Cuddapah. 1853: Sub-Collector and Magistrate, Cud- 
dapah. 1857 : On furlough to Europe, i860 : Acting Collector 
and Magistrate, Cuddapah. 186 1 : Collector and Magistrate, 
Cuddapah. 1863 : Acting Collector and Magistrate, Bellary. 
1864 : On medical leave to Europe for 16 months. 1865 : Collector 
and Magistrate, Tinnevelly. 1866: Collector and Magistrate, 
Bellary. 1868: Acting Collector and Magistrate, afterwards Col- 
lector and Magistrate, Coimbatore. 1869 : On furlough to Europe 
for 20 months. 1872 : Eesumed Collector and Magistrate, Coim- 
batore. 1878: Retired from service, 2d April, in India. {Annui- 
tant on tlie Fund.) 

WHITESIDE, William Southey.— 1855 : Writer and Student 
at the College. 1857 : Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, 
North Arcot. 1858 : Acting Head Assistant at Tanjore. 1859 : 
Head Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, Nellore. i860 : Offi- 
ciating Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate, Nellore. 1861 : Offi- 



MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 207 

dating Deputy Secretary to Government in Chief - Secretary's 
Departments. 1862 : Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate, South 
Arcot ; Deputy Secretary to Government ; Acting Civil and 
Sessions Judge, Chingleput ; Sub-Collector, South Arcot. 1863 : 
Justice of the Peace. 1864 : O71 special leave for 4 months. 
1866 : Acting Judge, afterwards Judge, of Small Cause Court, Cud- 
dalore. 1867: Acting Collector and Magistrate, South Canara ; 
Acting Civil and Sessions Judge, Chingleput. 1868 : Judge of 
Small Cause Court, Madura; Acting Civil and Sessions Judge, 
Tanjore. 1870 : Acting Collector and Magistrate, North Arcot. 
187 1 : Acting Collector and Magistrate, Trichinopoly. 1872 : On 
Duty at Madras ; Acting Collector and Magistrate, North Arcot ; 
Collector of Trichinopoly. 1873 : Collector and Magistrate, North 
Arcot. 1882 : Acting Collector and Magistrate, and Agent to the 
Governor of Fort St. George, Tanjore ; Collector and Magistrate, 
North Arcot ; on Special Duty as Member of the Forest Draft 
Bill Committee, Gotacamund ; Collector and Magistrate, and 
Agent, Tanjore ; Acting Second Member of the Ee venue Board ; 
In Charge of the Inam Department ; Acting President of the 
Board of Examiners. 1884 : Acting Third Member of the Eevenue 
Board ; Director of Eevenue Settlement and Agriculture j Acting 
Inam Commissioner ; Third Member of the Eevenue Board, and 
President of the Board of Examiners. 

WILLIAMS, Derixg.— 1856 : Writer and Student at the 
College. 1858 : Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, Malabar. 
1859 : Acting Head Assistant, South Canara. 1861 : Head 
Assistant, South Canara. 1862 : Head Assistant at Nellore. 
1864: On furlough to Europe for 1 year and 8 months. 1865 : 
Assistant to Collector and Magistrate, Madras District; Acting 
Sub-Collector and Joint Magistrate, North Arcot. 1866 : Died^ 
4th April, in India. 



ADDENDUM. 













PAGE 


Anstey, Thomas 


Annuitant, 


1815. 


Died Oct. 25, 1843 . 


3 


Atkinson, Edward . 


55 


1809. 


55 


Nov. 5, 1826 . 


5 


Aufrere, Thomas Norris . 


55 


1815. 


55 


March 4, 1835 . 


5 


Babington, John 


55 


1833. 


55 


April 26, 1852 . 


5 


Baker, Charles 


55 


1808. 


55 


July 26, 1839 . 


6 


Balfour, James 


55 


1824. 


55 


April 19, 1845 . 


6 


Balfour, Walter 


55 


1815. 


55 


Aug. 12, 1837 . 


7 


Bayard, Robert 


55 


1833. 


55 


May 25, 1860 . 


8 


Binning, R. B. M. . 


Allowance from Fund, 


1856-1879; dis- 






qualifiec 


on account 


of property . 


11 


Blake, Ed. Parker . 


Annuitant 


1825. 


Died March 21, 1860 


14 


Boileau, Thos. E. J, 




1851. 


55 


Feb. 8, 1853 . 


15 


Bourdillon, J. Dewar 




1861. 


55 


May 21, 1883 . 


15 


Boutflower, Samuel . 




1824. 


55 


Sept. 7, 1830 . 


16 


Bran fill, Benjamin . 




1805. 


55 


July 18, 1841 . 


16 


Buchan, George 




1816. 


55 


Jan. 3, 1856 


19 


Casamaijor, J. A. . 




1837. 


55 


Oct. 25, 1865 . 


22 


Chamier (Deschamps), J. 


55 


1806. 


55 


Feb. 23, 1831 . 


24 


Chaplin, William . 




1826. 


55 


Sept. 6, 1843 . 


24 


Clarke, Richard 




1828. 


55 


Aug. 3, 1848 . 


28 


Clerk, Robert (1st) . 




1805. 


55 


July 25, 1815 . 


29 


Clive, R. H. . 


55 


1843. 


55 


Aug. 11, 1867 . 


30 


Cochrane, Hon. B. . 


55 


1805. 


55 


Aug. 11, 1826 . 


31 


Cockburn, Thomas . 


55 


1806. 


55 


Feb. 28, 1850 . 


32 


Cockburn, David 


55 


1828. 


55 


Feb. 10, 1836 . 


32 


Cole, Hon. A. H. . 


55 


1829. 


55 


June 16, 1844 . 


32 


Coleman, Geo. 


55 


1817. 


55 


July 1, 1857 . 


33 


Cook, Wm. . 


55 


1825. 


55 


Dec. 16, 1863 . 


34 



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PAGE 


Cotton, J. J. . 


. Annuitant, 1862. 


Died Dec. 20, 1867 . 


36 


Cunliffe, E. W. 


J) 


1836. 


55 


Dec. 20, 1866 . 


39 


Cimliffe, Brooke, Sen. 


55 


1835. 


55 


Dec. 11, 1857 . 


39 


Dalzell, J. A. . 


55 


1839. 


55 


Dec. 30, 1877 . 


40 


Daniel, Thos. . 


55 


1837. 


55 


Aug. 25, 1842 . 


41 


Darvall, Roger 


55 


1806. 


55 


Oct. 28, 1813 . 


41 


Dick, Mungo . 


55 


1809. 


55 


March 31, 1833 


44 


Dillon, Richard 


55 


1807. 


55 


Aug. 21, 1818 . 


45 


Dodwell, Wm. 


55 


1825. 


55 


Nov. 30, 1859 . 


45 


Elliott, Daniel (Sir) 


55 


1859. 


55 


Oct. 30, 1872 . 


49 


Falconer, Alex. 


5) 


1812. 


55 


Dec. 10, 1847 . 


51 


Forbes, Michie 


55 


1828. 


55 


Aug. 24, 1839 . 


53 


Forbes, Sir J. . 


55 


1827. 


55 


Feb. 16, 1846 . 


54 


Frere, Hatley 




55 


1866. 


55 


Nov. 3, 1868 . 


57 


Gardiner, H. 




55 


1836. 


55 


Aug. 8, 1843 . 


59 


Gordon, Wm. 




55 


1806. 


55 


Oct. 13, 1833 . 


62 


Gowan, Geo. . 




55 


1826. 


55 


May 25, 1856 . 


63 


Grseme, H. S. 




55 


1837. 


55 


July 14, 1850 . 


63 


Grant, F. A. 




55 


1832. 


55 


I\[arch 20, 1843 


64 


Gwatkin, J. 




55 


1832. 


55 


July 10, 1855 . 


66 


Hankey, Thompson 


55 


1827. 


55 


Oct. 26, 1855 . 


69 


Harris, Charles 


55 


1835. 


55 


Jan, 12, 1840 . 


71 


Harris, T. J. P. 


55 


1866. 


55 


June 28, 1867 . 


72 


Hawkins, W. . 


55 


1820. 


55 


July 31, 1836 . 


73 


Heath, J. M. . 


55 


1829. 


55 


Jan. 28, 1851 . 


73 


Hepburn, Jas. . 


55 


1824. 


55 


May 27, 1845 . 


73 


Hodgson, J. 


55 


1820. 


55 


Dec. 29, 1857 . 


75 


Honeyman, R. B. J. 


55 


1836. 


55 


Feb. 23, 1842 . 


76 


Hooper, G. S. . 


55 


1860. 


55 


May 21, 1867 . 


76 


Hudleston, J. A. 


55 


1855. 


55 


Aug. 19, 1865 . 


78 


Hyde, Chas. . 


55 


1831. 


55 


Jan. 13, 1862 . 


79 


Ince, Daniel . 


55 


1807. 


55 


July 13, 1822 . 


79 


Inglis, W. A. D. 


55 


1856. 


55 


Oct. 18, 1873 . 


80 


Jones, W. 


55 


1806. 


55 


March 16, 1812 


82 


Keene, G. H. . 


55 


1836. 


55 


Jan. 29, 1864 . 


83 


Kelso (Hamilton), A. H. 


55 


1834. 


55 


June 11, 1853 . 


83 


Kindersley, N. E. . 


55 


1806. 


55 


Feb. 16, 1831 . 


84 


Lacon, H. . . . 


55 


1835. 


55 


Feb. 1, 1864 . 


85 


Tiascelles, F. . 


55 


1858. 


5) 


July 15, 1882 . 


86 


Linley, W. . 


. 


55 


1825. 


55 


]\lay 6, 1839 . 


89 



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PAGE 


Liishington, C. M. . 


. Annuitant, 


1843. 


Die 


d March 8, 1864 . 


91 


Macdonell,^. R. . 


5) 


1839. 


55 


Oct. 24, 1866 . 


92 


Mackenzie, Alex. . 


» 


1810. 


55 


April 14, 1852 . 


93 


Mackonocliie, E. 


JJ 


1842. 


55 


Feb. 19, 1858 . 


93 


Malcolm, E. . 


» 


1806. 


55 


Oct. 2, 1813 


95 


Mathison, A. S. 


5) 


1859. 


55 


April 18, 1882 . 


97 


MitforJ, J. . 


5) 


1805. 


?) 


Oct. 9, 1834 


98 


Monk, W.G. . 


)) 


1829. 


55 


March 3, 1859 . 


99 


Montgomerie, ^Y. . 


» 


1834. 


55 


Oct. 23, 1852 . 


99 


Montgomery, Sir H. C. 


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Meml 


er 


f Council of the 





Secretary of State, September 2, 1858, on transfer of Govern- 
ment from the East India Company to the Crown. Eetired 



from Council, ISToi 


ember 13, 


1876 . 




• 


100 


Morehead, W. A. . 


. Annuitant, 1862. 


Died Dec. 1, 1863 . 


101 


Mortlock,H. . 


?5 


1828. 


55 


Feb. 13, 1837 . 


103 


Newnham, Thos. 


55 


1833. 


55 


Sept. 29, 1861 . 


105 


Nicholls, Solomon . 


55 


1836. 


55 


Aug. 22, 1857 . 


106 


Oakes, Thos. . 


55 


1815. 


55 


Dec. 29, 1834 . 


106 


Ogilvie, J. H. D. . 


5) 


1831. 


55 


March 10, 1851 . 


107 


Oliver, W. 


55 


1836. 


55 


Aug. 2, 1846 . 


108 


Orr, John 


55 


1844. 


55 


in 1845 . 


110 


Parish, G. 


51 


1828. 


55 


April 7, 1839 . 


110 


Parker, E. D. . 


?5 


1859. 


55 


Sept. 20, 1873 . 


111 


Eead, John 


5? 


1816. 


)5 


July 7, 1843 


119 


Eead, George . 


55 


1815. 


55 


Sept. 28, 1825 . 


120 


Eead, Alex. . 


55 


1825. 


55 


Oct. 8, 1849 


120 


Eeade, C. W. . 


55 


1871. 


55 


April 27, 1884 . 


120 


Eichardsoii, Francis 


55 


1821. 


55 


Sept. 25, 1856 . 


121 


Savory, J. S. . 


5) 


1821. 


55 


June 22, 1857 . 


126 


Sherson, Eobt. 


15 


1823. 


55 


March 23, 1843 . 


128 


Skardon, J. H. 


55 


1803. 


55 


April 24, 1810 . 


129 


Skinner, Samuel 


55 


1819. 


55 


May 21, 1854 . 


130 


Snodgrass, Thos. 


55 


1505. 


55 


Aug. 28, 1834 . 


133 


Strachey, Geo. 


55 


1820. 


55 


in 1849 . 


136 


Strange, Jas. . 


55 


1816. 


55 


Oct. 6, 1840 


136 


Strattou, Geo. . 


55 


1824. 


55 


Aug. 30, 1853 . 


137 


Taswell, W. . 


55 


1830. 


55 


Aug. 24, 1857 . 


139 


Thompson, G. . 


5) 


... 


55 


in 1804 (India) . 


143 


Torin, Benjamin 


55 


1805. 


55 


May 11, 1839 . 


144 


Torriano, W. H. 


55 


1808. 


55 


Nov. 16, 1828 . 


144 



212 



MADRAS CIVIL SERVANTS. 













PAGB 


Townsend, Thos. 


. Annuitan 


', 1817. 


Died Jan. 29, 1822 


145 


Travers, G. F. . 


)' 


1820. 


)) 


Dec. 7, 1851 


145 


Turing, Wm. . 


)? 


1830. 


5) 


Aug. 9, 1846 


146 


Wallace, John (Sen.) 


)j 


1810. 


)) 


Aug. 4, 1846 


148 


Wetherell, Chas. . 


J) 


1817. 


3' 


March 1, 1842 


152 


White, C. N. . 


5) 


1806. 


» 


Feb. 20, 1839 


153 


Williamson, R. H. . 


)> 


1862. 


J5 


Aug. 14, 1868 


155 


Wilson, H. 


>5 


1810. 


" 


Sept. 2, 1836 


. 155 


Woolf, R 


» 


1803. 


5) 


March 2, 1836 


157 


Wright, W. E. 


55 


1820. 


5? 


Dec. 30, 1851 


158 


Young, Samuel (Sir) 


5J 


1808. 


?5 


Dec. 13, 1826 


160 



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BOTTRELL.— Stories and Folk-Lore of West Cornwall. By William Bottrell. 
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BOYD.— NAgXnanda ; or, the Joy of the Snake World. A Buddhist Drama in Five 
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BRETSCHNEIDER.— Early European Researches into the Flora op China. 

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BROWN.— Sanskrit Prosody AND Numerical Symbols Explained. By Charles 
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BRUNNOW.— ^ee Schefpel. 

BRUNTON.— Map of Japan. See under Japan. 



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BUDGE.— Archaic Classics. Assyrian Texts ; being Extracts from the Annals of 
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Ernest A, Budge, B.A., M.R.A.S., Assyrian Exhibitioner, Christ's College, 
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BUDGE.— History of Esarhaddon. See Triibner's Oriental Series. 

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BURMA. — The British Burma Gazetteer. Compiled by Major H. R. Spearman, 
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BURMA. — History of. See Triibner's Oriental Series, page 70. 

BURNE.— Shropshire Folk-Lore. A Sheaf of Gleanings, Edited by Charlotte S. 
Burne. from the Collections of Georgiua F. Jackson. Part I. Demy 8vo, pp. 
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BURNELL.— Elements of South Indian Palaeography, from the Fourth to the 
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Inscriptions and MSS. Bv A. C. Burnell. Second enlarged and improved 
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BURNELL.— A Classified Index to the Sanskrit MSS. in the Palace at 
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BURNEY.— The Young Seaman's Manual and Rigger's Guide. By Commander 
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BURTON.— Handbook for Overland Expeditions : being an English Edition of the 
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of Gotama Buddha. Now first published in Pali, by V. Fausboll. Text. 8vo. 

Vol. I., pp. viii. and 512, cloth. 1877. 28s.— Vol. II., pp. 452, cloth. 1879, 

2Ss.— Vol. III., pp. viii. and 544, cloth. 1883. 28s. (For Translation see 

Triibner's Oriental Series, "Buddhist Birth Stories.") 

JENKINS.— A Paladin of Finance: Contemporary Manners. Bv E. Jenkins, 
Author of "Ginx's Baby." Crown 8vo, pp. iv. and 392, cloth. 1882. 7s. 6d. 

JENKINS. — Vest-Pocket Lexicon. An English Dictionary of all except familiar 
Words, including the principal Scientific and Technical Terms, and Foreign 
Moneys, Weights and Measures ; omitting what everybody knows, and contain- 
ing what everybody wants to know and cannot readily find. By Jabez Jenkins. 
64mo, pp. 564, cloth. 1879. Is. 6d. 

JOHNSON.— Oriental Religions. India. See English and Foreign Philosophical 
Library, Extra Series, Vols. IV. and V. 

JOHNSON.— Oriental Religions and their Relation *ro Universal Religion 
I'ersia. By Samuel Johnson. With an Introduction by O. B. Frothingham. 
Demy 8vo, pp. xliv. and 784, cloth. 1885. 18s. 

JOLLY.— See Naradiya, 



38 A Catalogue of Important Works, 

JOMINI.— The Akt of War. By Baron de Jomini, General and Aide-de-Camp t© 
the Emperor of Russia. A New Edition , with Appendices and Maps, Translated 
from the French. By Captain G. H. Mendell, and Captain W. O. Craighill. 
Crown 8vo, pp. 410, cloth. 1879. 93. 

JOSEPH.— Religion, Natural and Revealed. A Series of Progressive Lessons 
for Jewish Youth. By N. S. Joseph. Crown Svo, pp. xii.-296, cloth. 1879. 
3s. 
JCrVENALIS SATIRJE. \Yith a Literal English Prose Translation and Notes. By 
J. D. Lewis, M.A., Trin. Coll. Camb. Second Edition. Two vols. Svo, pp. xii. 
and 230 and 400, cloth. 1882. 12s. 
KARCHER.— Questionnaire Franc ais. Questions on French Grammar, Idiomatic 
Difficulties, and Military Expressions. By Theodore Karcher, LL.B. Fourth 
Edition, greatly enlarged. Crown Svo, pp. 224, cloth. 1879. 4s. 6d. Interleaved 
with writing paper, 5s. 6d. 
KARDEC— The Spirit's Book. Containing the Principles of Spiritist Doctrine on 
the Immortality of the Soul, &c., &c., according to the Teachings of Spirits of 
High Degree, transmitted through various mediums, collected and set in order by 
Allen Kardec. Translated from the 120th thousand by Anna Blackwell. Crowu 
Svo, pp. 512, cloth. 1S75. 7s. 6d. 
KARDEC— The Medium's Book ; or, Guide for Mediums and for Evocations. 
Containing the Theoretic Teachings of Spirits concerning all kinds of Manifesta- 
tions, the Means of Communication with the Invisible AVorld, the Development 
of Medianimity, &c., &c. By Allen Kardec. Translated by Anna Blackwell. 
Crown Svo, pp. 456, cloth. 1876. 7s. 6d. 
KARDEC— Heaven and Hell ; or, the Divine Justice Vindicated in the Plurality 
of Existences. By Allen Kardec. Translated by Anna Blackwell. Crown Svo, 
pp. viii. and 448, cloth. 1878. 7s. 6d. 
KEMP. See Schopenhauer. 
KENDRICK.— Greek Ollendorff. A Progressive Exhibition of the Principles of 

the Greek Grammar. By Asahel C. Kendrick. Svo, pp. 371, cloth. 1870. 9s. 
KERMODE —Natal : Its Early History, Rise, Progress, and Future Prospects as a 
Field for Emigration. By W. Kermode, of Natal. Crown Svo, pp. xii. and 228. 
with Map, cloth. 1883. 3s. 6d. 
KEYS OF THE CREEDS (The). Third Revised Edition. Crown Svo, pp. 210, 

cloth. 1876. 5s. 
KINAHAN —Valleys and their Relation to Fissures, Fractures, and Faults. 
ByG H Kinahan, M.R.I.A., F.R.G.S.L,&c. Dedicated by permission to his 
Grace the Duke of Argyll. Crown Svo, pp. 256, cloth, illustrated. 7s. 6d. 
KING'S STRATAGEM (The) ; Or, The Pearl of Poland ; A Tragedy in Five Acts. 
By Stella. Second Edition. Crown Svo, pp. 94, cloth. 1874. 23. 6d. 

KINGSTON The Unity of Creation. A Contribution to the Solution of the 

Religious Question. By F. H. Kingston. Crown Svo, pp. viii. and 152, cloth. 
1874. 5s. 
KISTNER.— Buddha and his Doctrines. A Bibliographical Essay. By Otto 

Kistner. 4to, pp. iv. and 32, sewed. 1869. 2s. 6d. 
KNOX.— On a Mexican IMustang. See under Sweet. 

KLEMM — ISIusCLE Beating ; or. Active and Passive Home Gymnastics, for Healthy 
and Unhealthy People. By C. Klemm. With Illustrations. Svo, pp. 60, 
wrapper. 1878. Is. 
KOHL —Travels in Canada and through the States of New York and 
Pennsylvania. By J. G. Kohl. Translated by Mrs. Percy Sinnett. Revised by 
the Author. Two vols, post Svo, pp. xiv. and 794, cloth. 1861. £1, Is. 



Published by Tiiibner & Co. o9 

KRAPF.— Dictionary of the Suahili Language. Compiled by the Rev. Dr. L. 
Krapf, missionary of the Church Missionary Society in East Africa. With an 
Appendix, containing an outline of a Suahili Grammar. Medium 8\'o, pp. xl. 
and 434, cloth. 1882. 30s. 

KRAUS. —Carlsbad and its Natural Healing Agents, from the Physiological 
and Therapeutical Point of View. By J. Kraus, M.D. With Notes Introductory 
by the Rev. J. T. Walters, M.A. Second Edition. Revised and enlarged. Crown 
8vo, pp. 104, cloth. 1880. Ss. 

KROEGER.— The Minnesinger of Germany. By A. E. Kroeger. Fcap. 8vo, pp. 
290, cloth. 1873. Ts. 

KURZ.— Forest Flora of British Burma. By S. Kurz, Curator of the Her- 
barium. Royal Botanical Gardens, Calcutta. 2 vols, crown 8vo, pp. xxx., 5.^0, 
and 614, cloth. 1877. 30s. 

LACERDA'S Journey to Cazembe in 1798. Translated and Annotated by Captain 
R F. Burton, F.R.G.S. Also Journey of the Pombeiros, &c. Demy 8vo, pp. viii. 
and 272. With Map, cloth. 1873. 7s. 6d. 

L AN ARI. — Collection of Italian and English Dialogues. By A. LanarL 
Fcap. 8vo, pp. viii.. and 200, cloth. 1874. 3s. 6d. 

LAND.— The Principles of Hebrew Grammar. By J. P. N. Land, Professor of 
Logic and Metaphysics in the University of Leyden. Translated from the Dutch. 
bv'Reginald Lane Poole, Balliol College, Oxford. Part I. Sounds. Part II. 
Words. With Large Additions by the Author, and a new Preface. Crown 8vo, 
pp. XX. and 220, cloth. 1876. 7s. 6d. 

LANE.— The Koran. See Triibner's Oriental Series. 

LANGE.— A History of Materialism. See English and Foreign Philosophical 

Library, Vols. I. to HI. 
LANGE.— Germania. A German Reading-book Arranged Progressively. By F. K. 

W. Lange, Ph.D. Part I. Anthology of German Prose and Poetry, with 

Vocabulary and Biographical Notes. 8vo, pp. xvi. and 216, cloth, 1881, 3s. 6d. 

Part II. Essays on German History and Institutions, with Notes. 8vo, pp. 124, 

cloth. Parts I. and II. together. 5s. 6d. 

LANGE.— German Prose Writing. Comprising English Passages for Translation 
into German. Selected from Examination Papers of the University of London, 
the College of Preceptors, London, and the Royal Military Academy, Woolwich, 
arranged proi,'res3ively, with Notes and Theoretical as well as Practical Treatises 
on themes for the writing of Essays. By F. K. W. Lange, Ph.D., Assistant Ger- 
man Master, Royal Academy, Woolwich : Examiner, Royal College of Preceptors 
London. Crown 8vo, pp. viii. and 176, cloth. 1881. 4s. 

LANGE —German Grammar Practice. By F. K. W. Lange, Ph.D. Crown 8vo, 
pp. viii. and 64, cloth. 1882. Is. 6d. 

LANGE.— Colloquial German Grammar. With Special Reference to the Anglo- 
Saxon Element in the English Language. By F. K. W, Lange, Ph.D., &c. 
Crown 8vo, pp. xxxii. and 380, cloth. 1882. 43. 6d. 

LANMAN.— A Sanskrit Reader. With Vocabulary and Notes. By Charles 
Rockwell Lanman, Professor of Sanskrit in Harvard College. Imperial 8vo, pp. 
XX. and 294, cloth. 1884. 10s. 6d. 

LARSEN— Danish- English Dictionary. By A. Larsen. Crown 8vo, pp. viii, 
and 646, cloth. 1884. 7s. 6d. 



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LASCARIDES.— A Comprehensive Phraseological English- Ancient and Modern 
Greek Lexicon. Fouuded upon a manuscript of G. P. Lascarides, and Compiled 
by L. Myriantheus, Ph.D. 2 vols. 18mo, pp. xi. and 1338, cloth. 1882. £1, 10s. 

LATHE (The) and its Uses ; or, Instruction in the Art of Turning Wood and Metal, 
including a description of the most modern appliances for the Ornamentation of 
Plain and Curved Surfaces, &c. Sixth Edition. With additional Chapters and 
Index. Illustrated. 8vo, pp. iv. and 316, cloth. 1883. 10s. 6d. 

LE-BRUN.— Materials for Translating from English into French ; being a 
short Essay on Translation, followed by a Graduated Selection in Prose and Verse. 
By L. Le-Brun. Seventh Edition. Revised and corrected by Henri Van Laun. 
Post 8vo, pp. xii. and 204, cloth. 1882. 4s. 6d. 

LEE.— Illustrations of the Physiology of Religion. In Sections adapted for 
the use of Schools. Part I. By Henry Lee, F.R.C.S., formerly Professor of 
Surgery, Royal College of Surgeons, &c. Crown 8vo, pp. viii. and 108, cloth. 
1880. 3s. 6d. 

LEES.— A Practical Guide to Health, and to the Home Treatment of the 
Common Ailments op Life : With a Section on Cases of Emergency, and Hints 
to Mothers on Nursing. &c. By F. Arnold Lees, F.L.S. Crown 8vo, pp. 334, 
stiff covers. 1874. 3s. 

LEGGE.— The Chinese Classics. With a Translation, Critical and Exegetical, 
Notes, Prolegomena, and copious Indexes. By James Legge, D.D., of the Lon- 
don Missionary Society. In 7 vols. Royal 8vo. Vols. I.-V. in Eight Parts, 
published, cloth. £2, 2s. each Part. 

LEGGE.— The Chinese Classics, translated into English. With Prelimina: y Essays 
and Explanatory Notes. Popular Edition. Reproduced for General Readers from 
the Author's work, containing the Original Text. By James Legge, D.D. Crown 
8vo. Vol. I. The Life and Teachings of Confucius. Third Edition. Pp. vi. 
and 338, cloth. 1872. 10s. 6d.- Vol. II. TheAVorksof Mencius. Pp. x. and 402, 
cloth, 12s.— Vol. III. The She-King ; or, The Book of Poetry. Pp. vi. and 432, 
cloth. 1876. 12s. 

LEGGE.— Confucianism in Relation to Christianity. A Paper read be/ore the 
Missionary Conference in Shanghai, on May 11th, 1877. By Rev. James Legge, 
D.D., LL.D., &c. 8vo, pp. 12, sewed. 1877. Is. 6d. 

LEGGE.— A Letter to Professor Max Muller, chiefly on the Translation into 
English of the Chinese Terms Ti and Shang Ti. By James Legge, Professor of 
the Chinese Language and Literature in the University of Oxford. Crown 8vo, 
pp. 30, sewed. 1880. Is. 

LEIGH.— The Religion of the World. By H. Stone Leigh. 12mo, pp. xii. and 
66, cloth. 1869. 2s. 6d. 

LEIGH.— The Story of Philosophy. By Aston Leigh. Post 8vo, pp. xii. and 
210, cloth. 1881. 6s. 

LEiLA-HANOUM.— A Tragedy in the Imperial Harem at Constantinople. 
By Leila-Hanoum. Translated from the French, with Notes by General R. E. 
Colston. 16mo, pp. viii. and 300, cloth. 1883. 4s. Paper, 2s. 6d. 

LELAND.— The Breitmann Ballads. The only authorised Edition. Complete in 1 
vol., including Nineteen Ballads, illustrating his Travels in Europe (never before 
printed), with Comments by Fritz Schwackenhammer. By Charles G. Leland. 
Crown 8vo, pp. xxviii. and 292, cloth. 1872. 6s. 

LELAND.— The Music Lesson of Confucius, and other Poems. By Charles G. 
Leland. Fcap. 8vo, pp. viii. and 168, cloth. 1871. 3s. 6d. 

LELAND.— Gaudeamus. Humorous Poems translated from the German of Joseph 
Victor Scheffel and others. By Charles G. Leland. 16mo, pp. 176, cloth. 1872. 
3s. 6d. 



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LELAND. — The Egyptian Sketch-Book. By C. G. Lelaud. Crown 8vo, pp. viii. 

and 316, cloth. 1873. 7s. 6d. 
LELAND.— The English Gipsies and their Language. By Charles G. Leland. 

Second Edition. Crown Svo, pp. xvi. and 260, cloth. 1874. 7s. 6d. 

LELAND.— Fu-Sang ; OR, The Discovery of America by Chinese Buddhist Priests 

in the Fifth Century. By Charles G. Leland.- Crown Svo, pp. 232, cloth. 1875. 

7s. 6d. 
LELAND.— Pidgin-English Sing-Song ; or, Songs and Stories in the China-English 

Dialect. "With a Vocabulary. By Charles G. Leland. Crown 8vo, pp. viii. and 

140, cloth. 1876. 5s. 
LELAND. -The Gypsies. By C. G. Leland. Crown Svo, pp. 372, cloth. 1882. 

10s. 6d. 

LEOPARDI.— See English and Foreign Philosophical Library, Vol. XVII. 

LEO. — Four Chapters of North's Plutarch, Containing the Lives of Caius Mar- 
cius, Coriolanus. Julius Csesar, Marcus Antonius, and Marcus Brutus, as Sources 
to Shakespeare's Tragedies ; Coriolanus, Julius Caesar, and Antony and Cleo- 
patra ; and partly to Hamlet and Timon of Athens. Photolithographed in the 
size of the Edition of 1695. With Preface, Notes comparing the Text of the 
Editions of 1579, 1595, 1603, nnd 1612 ; and Eeference Notes to the Text of the 
Tragedies of Shakespeare. Edited by Professor F. A. Leo, Ph.D., Vice-Presi- 
dent of the New Shakesjteare Society ; Member of the Directory of the German 
Shakespeare Society ; and Lecturer at the Academy of Modern Philology at Berlin. 
Folio, pp. 22, 130 of facsimiles, half-morocco. Library Edition (limited to 250 
copies), £1, lis. 6d. ; Amateur Edition (50 copies on a superior large hand-made 
paper), £3, 3s. 

LERMONTOFF. — The Demon. By Michael Lennontoff. Translated from the 
Russian by A. Condie Stephen. Crown 8vo, pp. 88, cloth. 1881. 2s. 6d. 

LESLEY. — Man's Origin and Destiny. Sketched from the Platform of the Physical 
Sciences. By. J. P. Lesley, Member of the National Academy of the United 
States, Professor of Geology, University of Pennsylvania. Second (Revised and 
considerably Enlarged) Edition, crown Svo, pp. viii. and 142, cloth. 1881. 7s. 6d. 

LESSING. — Letters on Bibliolatry. By Gotthold Ephraim Lessing. Translated 
from the German by the late H. H. Bernard, Ph.D. Svo, pp. 184, cloth. 1862. 5s. 

LESSING.— See English and Foreign Philosophical Librarv, Extra Series, Vols. I. 
and II. 

LETTERS on the War between Germany and France. Bv Mommsen, Strauss, 
Jlax Muller, and Carlyle. Second Edition. Crown Svo, pp. 120, cloth. 1871. 2s. 6d. 

LEWES.— Problems of Life and Mind. By George Henry Lewes. First Series : 
The Foundations of a Creed. Vol. I., demy Svo. Fourth edition, pp. 488, cloth. 
1884. 12s.— Vol. II., demy Svo, pp. 552, cloth. 1875. 16s. 

LEWES. — Problems of Life and Mind. By George Henry Lewes. Second Series. 
Q"'he Physical Basis op Mind. Svo, with Illustrations, pp. 508, cloth. 1877. 
16s. Contents. — The Nature of Life; The Nervous Mechanism; Animal Auto- 
matism ; The Reflex Theory. 

LEWES.— Problems of Life and Mind. By George Henry Lewes. Third Series. 
Problem the First— The Studv of Psvchology : Its Object, Scope, and Method. 
Demy Svo, pp. 200, cloth. 1879. 7s. 6d. 

LEWES. — Problems of Life and Mind. By George Henry Lewes. Third Series. 
Problem the Second— Mind as a Function of the Organism. Problem the Third — 
The Sphere of Sense and Logic of Feeling. Problem the Fourth— The Sphere of 
Intellect and Logic of Signs. Demy Svo, pp. x. and 500, cloth. 1879. 15s. 



42 A Catalogue of Important Works, 

LEWIS.— See Juvenal and Flint. 

LIBRARIANS, Transactions and Proceedings op the Conference of, held in 
London, October 1877. Edited by Edward B. Nicholson and Henry R. Tedder. 
Imperial 8vo, pp. 276, cloth. 1878. £1, Ss. 

LIBRARY ASSOCIATION OF THE UNITED KINGDOM, Transactions and Proceed- 
ings of the Annual Meetings of the. Imperial 8vo, cloth. FiRST, held at 
Oxford, October 1, 2, 3, 1878. Edited by the Secretaries, Henry R. Tedder, 
Librarian of the Athenaeum Club, and Ernest C. Thomas, late Librarian of the 
Oxford Union Society. Pp. viii. and 192. 1879. £1, 8s. — Second, held at Man- 
chester, September 23, 24, and 25, 1879. Edited by H. R. Tedder and E. C. 
Thomas. Pp. x. and 184. 1880. £1, Is.— Third, held at Edinburgh, October 
5, 6, and 7, 1880, Edited by E. C. Thomas and C. Welsh. Pp. x. and 202. 
1881. £1, Is. 

LIEBER.— The Life and Letters of Francis Lieber. Edited by T. S. Perry. 
Svo, pp. iv. and 440, cloth, with Portrait. 1882. 14s. 

LITTLE FRENCH READER (The). Extracted from "The Modern French Reader." 
Third Edition. Crown 8vo, pp. 112, cloth. 1884. 2s. 

LLOYD AND Newton.— Prussia's Representative Man. By F. Lloyd of the 
Universities of Halle and Athens, and W. Newton, F.R.G.S. Crown Svo, pp. 
648, cloth. 1875. 10s. 6d. 

LOBSCHEID.— Chinese and English Dictionary, arranged according to the Radi- 
cals. By W. Lobscheid. 1 vol. imperial Svo, pp. 600, cloth. £2, 8s. 

LOBSCHEID.— English and Chinese Dictionary, with the Punti and Mandarin 
Pronunciation. By W. Lobscheid. Four Parts. Folio, pp. viii. and 2016, boards. 
£8, 8s. 

LONG.— Eastern Proverbs. See Triibner's Oriental Series. 

LOVETT.— The Life and Struggles of William Lovett in his pursuit of Bread, 
Knowledge, and Freedom ; with some short account of the different Associations 
he belonged to, and of the Opinions he entertained. 8vo, pp. vi. and 474, cloth. 
1876. 5s. 

LOVELY. —Where to go for Help: Being a Companion for Quick and Easy 
Reference of Police Stations, Fire-Engine Stations, Fire-Escape Stations, &c., 
&c., of London and the Suburbs. Compiled by W. Lovely, R.N. Third Edi- 
tion. 18mo, pp. 16, sewed. 1882. 3d. 

LOWELL. — The Biglow Papers. By James Russell Lowell. Edited by Thomas 
Hughes, Q.C. A Reprint of the Authorised Edition of 1859, together with the 
Second Series of 1862. First and Second Series in 1 vol. Fcap., pp. lxviii.-140 
and lxiv.-190, cloth. 1880. 2s. 6d. 

LUCAS.— The Children's Pentateuch : With the Haphtarahs or Portions from 
the Prophets. Arranged for Jewish Children. By Mrs. Henry Lucas. Crown 
Svo, pp. viii. and 570, cloth. 1878. 5s. 

LUDEWIG,— The Literature of American Aboriginal Languages. By Hermann 
E. Ludewig. With Additions and Corrections by Professor Wm. W. Turner. 
Edited by Nicolas Tr>ibner. Svo, pp. xxiv. and 258, cloth. 1858. 10s. 6d. 

LUKIN.— The Boy Engineers : What they did, and how they did it. By the Rev. 
L. J. Lukin, Author of " The Young Mechanic," &c. A Book for Boys ; 30 En- 
gravings. Imperial 16mo, pp. viii. and 344, cloth. 1877. 7s. 6d. 

LUX E TENEBRIS ; OR, The Testimony of Consciousness. A Theoretic Esaay. 
Crown Svo, pp. 376, with Diagram, cloth. 1874. 10s. 6d. 



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MACCORMAC— The Conversation of a Soul with God : A Theodicy. By Henry 
MacCormac, ]\I.D. 16mo, pp. xvi. and 144, cloth. 1877. 3s. 6d. 

MACHIAVELLI.— The Historical, Political, and Diplomatic Writings op 
NiccOLO MACHIAVELLI. Translated from the Italian by C. E. Detmold. With 
Portraits. 4 vols. 8vo, cloth, pp. xli., 420, 464, 488, and 472. 1882. £3, Ss. 

MACKENZIE.— History of the Relations op the Government with the Hill 
Tribes of the north-east frontier of Bengal. By Alexander Mackenzie, of 
the Bengal Civil Service ; Secretary to the Government of India in the Home 
Department, and formerly Secretary to the Government of Bengal. Royal 8vo, 
pp. xviii. and 586, cloth, with Map. 1884. 16s. 

MADDEN.— Coins of the Jews. Being a History of the Jewish Coinage and Money 
in the Old and New Testaments. By Frederick W. Madden, M.R.A.S, Member 
of the Numismatic Society of London, Secretary of the Brighton College, &c., &c. 
With 279 Woodcuts and a Plate of Alphabets. Royal 4to, pp. xii. and 330, cloth. 
1881. Jt2, 2s. 

MA.DELUNG.— The Causes anp Operative Treatment of Dupuytren's Finger 
Contraction. By Dr. Otto W. Madelung, Lecturer of Surgery at the Univer- 
sity, and Assistant Surgeon at the University Hospital, Bonn. 8vo, pp. 24, sewed. 
1876. Is. 

MAHAPARINIBBANASUTTA.— SeeCHiLDERS. 

MAHA-VIRA-CHARITA ; or. The Adventures of the Great Hero Rama. An Indian 
Drama in Seven x'Vcts. Translated into English Prose from the Sanskrit of 
Bhavabhiiti. By John Pickford, M.A. Crown 8vo, cloth. 5s. 

MAIMONIDES.— The Guide of the Perplexed of Maimonides. See English and 
Foreign Philosophical Library. 

MALLES ON,— Essays and Lectures on Indian Historical Subjects. By Colonel 
G. B. Malleson, C.S.L Second Issue. Crown 8vo, pp. 348, cloth. 1876. 5s. 

MANDLEY.— Woman Outside Christendom. An Exposition of the Influence 
exerted by Christianity on the Social Position and Happiness of Women. By 
J. G. Mandley. Crown 8vo, pp. viii. and 160, cloth. 1880. 5s. 

MANIPULUS VoCABULORUM. A Rhyming Dictionary of the English Language. By 
Peter Levins (1570). Edited, with an Alphabetical Index, by Henry B. Wheatley. 
8vo, pp. xvi. and 370, cloth. 1867. 14s. 

MANOEUVRES. — A Retrospect of the Autumn Man(EUVRE8, 1871. With 5 Plans. 
By a Recluse. 8vo, pp. xii. and 133, cloth. 1872. 5s. 

MARIETTE-BEY.— The Monuments of Upper Egypt : a translation of the 
"Itineraire de la Haute Egypte" of Auguste Mariette-Bey. Translated by 
Alphonse Mariette. Crown 8vo, pp. xvi. and 262, cloth. 1877. 7s. 6d. 

MARKHAM.— QuiCHUA Grammar and Dictionary. Contributions towards a 
Grammar and Dictionary of Quichua, the Language of the Yncas of Peru. Col- 
lected by Clements R. Markham, F.S. A, Crown 8vo, pp. 223, cloth. £1, lis. 6d. 

MARKHAM.— Ollant A : A Drama in the Quichua Language. Text, Translation, 
and Introduction. By Clements R. Markham, C.B. Crown 8vo, pp. 128, cloth. 
1871. 7s. 6d. 

MARKHAM.— A Memoir of the Lady Ana de Osorio, Countess of Chincon, and 
Vice-Queen of Peni, A.D. 1629-39. With a Plea for the correct spelling of the 
Chinchona Genus. By Clements R. Markham, C.B., Member of the Imperial Aca- 
demy Naturse Curiosorum, with the Cognomen of Chinchon. Small 4to, pp. xii. and 
100. With 2 Coloured Plates, Map, and Illustrations. Handsomely bound. 
1874. 288. 



44 A Catalogue of Important Worhs, 

MARKHAM.— A Memoik on the Indian Surveys. By Clements R.* Markliam, 
C.B., F.R.S., &c., &c. Published by Order of H. M. Secretary of State for India 
in Council, Illustrated with Maps. Second Edition. Imperial 8vo, pp. xxx. 
and 481, boards. 1878. 10s. 6d. 

MARKHAM. — Nareatives of the Mission of George Bogle to Tibet, and of the 
Journey of Thomas Manning to Lhasa. Edited with Notes, an Introduction, and 
Lives of Mr. Bogle and Mr. Manning. By Clements R. ]\rarkham, C.B., F.R.S. 
Second Edition. 8vo, pp. clxv. and 362, cloth. With Maps and Illustrations. 
1879. 21s. 

MARMONTEL.— Belisaire. Par Marmontel. Nouvelle Edition. 12mo, pp. xii. 
and 123, cloth. 1867. 2s. 6d. 

MARSDEN.— Numismata Orientalta Illustrata. The Plates of the Oriental 
Coins, Ancient and JModern, of the Collection of the late William Marsden, 
F.R.S., kc. &c. Engraved from Drawings made under his Directions. 4to, 57 
Plates, cloth. 31s. 6d. 

MARTIN and Trubner.— The Current Gold and Silver Coins of all Countries, 
their Weight and Fineness, and their Intrinsic Value in English Money, with 
Facsimiles of the Coins. By Leopold C. Martin, of Her Maje.sty's Stationery 
Office, and Charles Triibner. In 1 vol. medium 8vo, 141 Plates, printed in Gold 
and Silver, and representing about 1000 Coins, with 160 pages of Text, hand- 
somely bound in embossed cloth, richly gilt, with Emblematical Designs on the 
Cover, and gilt edges. 1863. £2, 2s. 

MARTIN.— The Chinese : their Education, Philosophy, and Letters. By W. 

A. P. Martin, D.D., LL.D., President of the Tungwen College, Pekin. 8vo, pp. 
•320, cloth. 188L 7s. 6d. 

MARTINEAU.— Essays, Philosophical and Theological. By James Martineau. 
2 vols, crown 8vo, pp. iv. and 414 — x. and 430, cloth. 1875. £1, 4s. 

MARTINEAU.— Letters from Ireland. By Harriet IVIartineau. Reprinted from 
the Daily News. Post 8vo, pp. viii. and 220, cloth. 1852. 6s. 6d. 

MASON. — Burma : Its People and Productions ; or, Notes on the Fauna, Flora, 
and Minerals of Tenasserim, Pegu and Bvirma. By the Rev. F. Mason, D.D., 
M.R. A.S., Corresponding Member of the American Oriental Society, of the Boston 
Society of Natural History, and of the Lyceum of Natural History, New York. 
Vol. I. Geology, Mineralogy and Zoology. Vol. II. Botany. Rewritten and 
Enlarged by W. Theobald, late Deputy-Superintendent Geological Survey of 
India. Two Vols., royal 8vo, pp. xxvi. and 560; xvi. and 788 and xxxvi., cloth. 
1884. £3. 

MATHEWS.— Abraham Ibn Ezra's Commentary on the Canticles after the 
First Recension. Edited from the MSS., with a translation, by H. J. Mathews, 

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OPPERT.— Lists of Sanskrit Manuscripts in Private Libraries of Southern 
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OTTE. — How TO Learn Danish (Dano-Norwegian) : a Manual for Students of 
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PATON. -Henry Beyle (otherwise De Stendahl). A Critical and Biographical 
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PHAYRE.— A History of Burma. See Triibner's Oriental Series. 
PHAYRE —The Coins or Arakan, of Pegu, and of Burma. By Sir Arthur 
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PLAYFAIR.— The Cities and Towns of China. A Geographical Dictionary. 
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PURITZ.— Code-Book of Gymnastic Exercises. By Ludwig Puritz. Translated 
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RASK.— Grammar of the Anglo-Saxon Tongue, from the Danish of Erasmus 
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RASK.— A Short Tractate on the Longevity ascribed to the Patriarchs in the 
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London," preserved in the Cottonian Collection (Cleopatra A. iv.) in the British 
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RIPLEY.— Sacred Rhetoric ; or, Composition and Delivery of Sermons. By 
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ROCHE.— Prose and Poetry. Select Pieces from the best English Authors, for 
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i?OCKHILL.— Udanavarga. See Trlibner's Oriental Series. 

R\)CKHILL.— The Life of the Buddha. See Trlibner's Oriental Series. 

RCDD,— The Birds of Cornv/all and the Scilly Islands. By the late Edward 
■-learle Rodd. Edited, with an Introduction, Appendix, and ^Memoir, by J. E. 
Harting. 8vo, pp. Ivi. and 320, with Portrait and Map, cloth. 1880. 143. 

ROGERS.— The Waverley Dictionary : An Alphabetical Arrangement of all the 
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ROSING.— English-Danish Dictionary. By S. Rosing. Crown 8vo, pp. x. and 
722, cloth. 8s. 6d. 

ROSS..— Alphabetical Manual op Blowpipe Analysis ; showing all known 
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SPIERS.— The School System of the Talmud. By the Rev. B. Spiers. 8vo, pp. 
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