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THE

CALCUTTA REVIEW.

VOL. XXXII.

JANUARY-JUNE, 185 9.

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SERAMPORE:

"FRIEND OF INDIA" PRESS.

IND SOI.D ALSO BY

THACKER AND Co., Bombay ;-PHAROAN & Co., Madras; -W. H.

ALLEN & Co., London, and all Booksellers.

1859.

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Art. 1.- THE GANGETIC DELTA.

1. Johnston's Physical Atlas, London and Edinburgh.

1856.

2. Journal of the Asiatic Society, Bengal.

3. M. S. S. Field Books of Lieut. Hugh Morrieson, of the

4th Regiment Bengal Native Infantry, and Lieut.

W. E. Morrieson, Bengal Engineers; Surveyors of

the Soonderbuns. 1812-1818.

4. “ The Englishman.” Calcutta. 1858.

5. Memoir of a Map of Hindustan. By Major Rennell,

Surveyor General of India. London. 1788.

6. Chart of the Gulf of Bengal, Sheet V., Palmyra Point

to Chittagong. By Captain Richard Lloyd, Indian

Navy. 1840.

ART. II.-HAVELOCK'S INDIAN CAMPAIGN.

1. Journal of an English Officer in India. By Major North,

60th Rifles, Deputy Judge Advocate General, and

Aide-de-Camp to General Havelock, &c. London,

Hurst and Blackett, 1858.

ART. III.- THE MODERN CHINESE.

1. China: being " The Times'" Special Correspondence

from China in the Years 1857-58. Reprinted by per-

mission. With corrections and additions by the Au-

thor, George Wingrove Cooke, Author of The His-

tory of Party,” etc. London: G. Routledge and Co.,

Farringdon Street. New York: 18, Beekman Street.

1858.

2. The Chinese and their Rebellions viewed in connection

with their National Philosophy, Ethics, Legislation

and Administration; to which is added an Essay on

Civilization and its present State in the East and West.

By Thomas Taylor Meadows, Chinese Interpreter in

H. M.'s Civil Service. London: Smith, Elder and

Co. 1856.

3. A General Description of China, with the History of

Foreign Intercourse down to 1857. By Sir John F.

Davis, Bart. New Edition, revised and enlarged, 2

· vols. London : John Murray and Co. 1858.

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Art. IV.-CRIME AND PUNISHMENT IN THE

PUNJAUB.

1. Report on the Criminal Administration of the Punjaub

for 1857.

53

2. The Punjaub Darogah's Manual. Compiled by Lieut.

Colonel Clarkc, late Officiating Commissioner of the

Lahore Division.

ib.

3. Reporö of the Inspector of Prisons in the Punjaub, for

the year 1857. By Authority. Lahore. 1858. ib.

4. The Jail Manual for the use of District Officers in the

Punjauh. By C. Hathaway, M. D. Published by

Authority. Lahore. 1858.

ib.

5. Circular Orders of the Judicial Commissioner, Punjaub.

1853–1856 (inclusive.) Lahore. 1858.

ib.

ART. V.-THE LAND REVENUE OF MADRAS.

1. Selections from the Records of the Madras Government.

Papers relating to the Revision of Assessment in South

Arcot. Madras.

82

2. Reports on the Settlement of the Land Revenue of the

Provinces under the Madras Presidency. Madras.

1858.

ib.

ART. VI. THE LITERATURE OF THE REBELLION.

1. Service and Adventure with the Khakee Ressallah, or

the Meerut Volunteer Horse, during the Mutinies of

1857-58. By Robert Henry Wallace Dunlop. Lon-

don. 1858.

100

2. The Chaplain's Narrative of the Siege of Delhi, from the

Outbreak at Mccrut to the Capture of Delhi. By

John Edward Wharton Rotton, M. A., of Emmanuel

College, Cambridge; one of the Chaplains of Meerut,

and Chaplain to the Delhi Field Force. With a plan

of the City. London: Smith, Elder & Co. 1858. .26.

3. Personal Adventures during the Indian Rebellion in

Rohilçund, Futtehgurk and Oude. By William

Edwards, Esq., B. C. S. London: Smith, Elder &

Co. 1858.

ib.

4. Notes on the Revolt in the North West Provinces of

India. By Charles Raikes, Judge of the Sudder

Court at Agra, &c. London: Longman & Co. 1858. ib.

5. An Account of the Mutinies in Oudh. By Martin Ri-

chard Gubbins, of the Bengal Civil Service, Financial

Cominissioner for Oudh. London. Bentley. 1858.

ib.

6. Eight Months' Campaign against the Bengal Sepoy Army,

during the Mutiny of 1857. By Colonel George

ART. VII.----

GEOLOGY IN INDIA.

1. Geological Papers on Western India, including Cutch,

Sinde, &c., edited for the Government of Bombay.

By Henry J. Carter, Assistant Surgeon, Bombay,1857 122

2. Description des Animaux fossiles du Groupe Nummuli-

tique de l'Inde, par M. le Vicomte D'Archiac et Jules

Haime. Paris, 1853. ...

ib:

3. Memoirs of the Geological Survey of India. Parts I.

and II. Calcutta. 1857-59.

ib.

4. Transactions of the Geological Society of London. 2nd

Series, Vol. VII.

ib

5. Quarterly Journal of the Geological Society. London.

Various years.

ib.

6. Journal of the Asiatic Society, Bengal.

7. Journal of Literature and Science. Madras.

iO.

8. Journal of the Bombay Branch of the Asiatic Society.... ib.

9. Reports, Catalogues, &c. of the Government Central

Museun. Madras.

26.

10. Reports of the Juries of the Madras Exhibition, 1857. ib.

11. General Sketch of the Physical and Geological features

of British India. By G. B. Greenough, F. R. S. Lon-

don. 1855.

ib.

12. Geological Map of Part of Bengal. By Capt. W. S.

Sherwill. Calcutta.

ib.

ART. VIII.-MORTALITY OF CHRISTIAN FE-

MALES IN INDIA.

Reports on the Indian Service Funds. Various years. 162

ART. IX.-ENGLISH CAPITAL AND INDIAN IR-

RIGATION.

1. Madras Irrigation Company's Prospectus. 1858.

172

2. Western India Irrigation Company's Prospectus. 1858. ib.

ART. X.-THE CAMPAIGN OF 1857-58.

1. Narrative of the Indian Mutinies of 1857, compiled for

the: Madras Military Male Orphan Asylum. Madras.

1858.

186

2. Narrative of the Campaign of the Delhi Army, by Ma-

jor H. W. Norman, Deputy Adjutant General of the

Bengal Army. London. W. H. Dalton. 1858. ib.

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