Read a Despatch No. 60 of 1859, dated the 9th June, from the Right Honble the Secretary of State for India, intimating. Para 1st.- That the undermentioned Civil & Uncovenanted Servants of the Bengal Establishment have been granted extentions of leave vizt. Mr. I. H. Mangles, Mr. W. P. Probyn, Mr. W. R. Best, Mr. H. C. Raikes, Mr. I. S. Torrens, Six Months on Sick Certificate, Mr. W. H. Henderson four months on Sick Certificate, Mr. G. G. Balfour - The benefit of his original furlough, Thomas Braddell ( Assistant to the Resident Councillor at Penang) six months on Sick Certificate.Para 2nd - That Mr. Braddell has represented that his pay has been stopped at the Penang Treasury in consequence of the extension of leave last granted to him, which was duty advised in his Despatch been communicated to the Government of the Straits Settlements. Para 3rd - That Mr. Jame Cosserat Assistant Sub Deputy Opium Agent, at Behar, has been permitted to return to his duty, such portion of his leave a

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