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Russia-death of the Emperor Alexander, country, 650_copy of treaty between

104-state of the mechanical arts in the the Company and the Ameers, 774.
empire before the era of Peter the Great, Singapore-arrival of trading prahus from
329-dimensions of the empire, 762. Borneo Proper, 93-arrival of an Ame-
S.

rican student, ib.signal station in the

Straits removed, 94—formation of esta-
Sandwich Islands, arrival there of H.M.ship blishments for building and repairing

Blonde, with the bodies of the late king ships, ib.--increase of cultivation, ib.
and queen, 532-account of the islands, immorality of the law regarding gam-
568.

bling-houses, 156-speculation in ores
Saracenic remains discovered in France,

of antimony and tin, 241-account of
385.

the numerous species of snakes found on

the island, 386-seizure of an American
Securities, Indian, prices of, 99, 309, 404,

ship by H. M. ship Larne, 390-ship-
656, 807.

ment of warlike stores for Siam, 401–
Sepoys, their attachment to the government,

the Resident hoists the British flag on all
395, 742.

the adjacent islands, 529-establishment
Shakspeare (Mr.), his Pont Roulant Mili-

of the Raffles club, ib.-enquiry respect-
taire described, 82.

ing the real founder of the settlement,

550-exports and imports of the settle-
Shipping, notices of_launch the Am-

ment for three years, 583_Deaths, 94.
herst sloop of war, at Bombay, 89-

Snakes of Singapore, account of, 386.
loss of the Lotus, Field, on the Sand
Heads, 144, 235-loss of the Aurora, of

Societies-Asiatic, of Great Britain and Ire-
700 tons, near Zanzibar, 144,-loss of the

land, 67, 223, 383,515,688,773— Asia-
Stedcombe, Barnes, at Melville Island,

tic, of Paris, 61, 214,619,760—Asiatic,
ib.-loss of the Nereide cutter, off Ne-

of Calcutta, 213, 509, 618— Oriental Li-
neta river, ib.-loss of the Arab ship,

terary, of Calcutta, 81– Wesleyan Mis-
Fulke, on the coast of the Northern

sionary, for Madras, 396—Marine, at
Concan, ib.-loss of the Betsy and Ca-

Calcutta, 522-Phrenological, at Cal.
roline, off the Texel, ib.-loss of the

cutta, 522— Madras Apprenticing, 639
Theodosia, on the coast of Ganjam, 239

- Auxiliary Bible, at Bombay, 649–
-loss of the bark Jops, on Cannonier

School-book, at Bombay, 649--Lin-
Point, 314-loss of the Royal Charlotte,

næan, 760-Zoological, 760_Ladies'
on Prince Frederick's Shoal, ib.-loss of

at Calcutta, for Native Female Educa-
the Rambler, on the coast of Madagas-

tion, 781–Church Misionary, at Bom-
car, ib.-seizure of the American brig,

bay, 796.
Governor Endicott, by H. M. ship

Sound, progress of, 510.
Larne, 390—loss of the Nassau, on the Sparrow (J. J.) appointed a provisional
island of Tristan d, Acunha, 437—loss member of council at Bombay, 641.
of the Hope, off Anjeer, ib.-loss of the St. Helena -proposed emancipation of
Hydery, ib.-loss of the Ariel, in Viza- slaves, 403-reduction of port charges,
gapatam Roads, ib.— loss of the H. C.

ib. lines spoken at the first annual ex.
ship Royal George, at Whampoa, 654 amination of the head-school, 600-
loss of the Perseverance in Table court-martial on Capt. Cole, 654-im-

provements, 801-house of entertain-
arrivals and departures—see Cal- ment for strangers, 802 — lectures on
cutta, Mudras, &c.

chemistry and botany, ib. — theatricals,

ib.
Ships trading to India, and eastward of the

Cape of Good Hope, 147, 315, 438, Stamps, unpopularity of the Bengal regu-
818_East-India Company's, trading to

lations with regard to, 523.
India and China, 439, 559, 699, 819. Steam-gun—trial of its extraordinary pow-
Siam, review of Mr. Finlayson's account

of the British mission to, 197—degrad. Stereotype, invention of a new kind of,
ing servility exacted from the Siamese

214.
towards their superiors, 200-prevalence Stewart, (Lieut. Col.), review of his con-
of leucæthiopic habit on the coast, 201 siderations on the government of India,
-manners and customs of the people, 501.
202—trade of the kingdom, ib.

Stocks, daily prices of, for December, 147–
Sickness prevails to great extent through- January, 316-February, 440— March,

out India, 233, 522, 649—at Arracan, 560—April, 700—May, 820.
244, 404.

Sugar, East-India, meeting of merchants
Silkes remaining warehoused in Great Bri- interested in the growth of, 235-en-
tain on 25th March 1826, 776.

quiry respecting its cultivation, 599.
Silk-worm, culture of, revived in Prussia, Sumatra, eruption of a vulcano in the in-
66.

terior of, 577--see also India ( Nether.
Sind, politics, of, 368, 586—account of the lands)
Asiatic Journ., Vol. XXI, No. 126.

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LIST of SHIPS trading to INDIA and Eastward of the CAPE of GOOD HOPE.

Appointed
to sail.

Ports.

1826.

June 3 Atlas
Ports.

Hope
4 Rockingham
21 Lallah Rookh

5 Frances
17 Laburnum
- Symmetry

20 Reaper
Graves.

25

Madras
Ports.

July 1
Graves. June 25

Carnbrae Castle
July 1
June 30 James Sibbald

Sophia
Graves.
Ports.

15 Lady Flora
June 10 Royal George

3 Hannah

10 Britannia
July 10 Cambridge
June 20 Fairy

4 Corsair
Aug. 1 Margaret
June 15 Rosella

3 Batavia
16 Ceylon.

5 Ellen
-Ionia
10 Cleveland
4 Hebe
5 Magnet

4 Hugh Crawford
July 1 Cumberland

China..

China. Wales and New South

Halifax China and

Quebec China and I Bengal..

Bengal
Madras &
Destination.

Afloat.
Came

Asia .......
June 5 Moffatt

Winchelsea
Isabella

Princess Amelia
Mar. 25 England..

-Lord Amherst ....
- Asia ............

Ann and Amelia ..
May 18 Florentia

- Malcolm ..........

Abberton ......
April 17 Lady Raffles......
Ship's Name.

Ton-
SEASON, 1825—1926.

1331 William Moffat, Esq.
525 C. A. Hacket, Esq... Wm. Adamson

Owners.
1342 Robert Williams, Esq. James Kellaway.
579 Chalmers & Guthrie.. Wm. Wiseman
821 Thomas Ward, Esq... Robert R. Brown July 5
619 George Green, Esq. .. William L. Pope.
420 Thomas Ward, Esq... John Reay ......May 1
506 Johnston & Mea-} John Cragie......
587 Joseph Somes, Esq... Henry Ford .....
536 Geo. MacInnes, Esq... Thomas F. Stead
605 Rob. W. Eyles, Esq... James Eyles......
452 Henry J. Moor, Esq. T. W. Aldham .. June 18

451 Wm. Bawtree, Esq. -- Lucas Percival ..

649 Innes, Beveridge, & Co. James Coxwell .. May 17, 1826

Commander's.

Gravesend. To sail from

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Cape & Mauritius {

Destination.

Madras | Bengal..
Madras, Penang,

Singapore

Bengal

Bombay

Penang $ Singapore
Singapore and Ma-

nilla
Singapore
Batavia
Ceylon..

Mauritius
Cape
New South Wales

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Commanders.

Managing Owners.

First Officers. Second Officers. Third Officers. Fourth Officers.

Surgeons.

Purses 8.

Ships.

Tons.

ham Henry Bax .... G. A. Bond 1326 Henry D. Marshall . . P. Bonham George Waller T.L. Matthews W.J.Shepherd

1332 Company's Ship J. B. Sotheby ..T. Smith .... Amb. Rivers WK.Packman W. Pigott.... David Forrest Pat. Stewart.

1326 Company's Ship B. Broughton .. P. Baylis ... T. B. Penfold F. G. Moore .. John Graham F. Kierman .. Wm. Ainslie.. 7 General Harris 1280 James Sims Joseph Stanton J. Gisborne ..S. Newdick

Richard Boys Robert Greig Alex. Crowe.. 8 Rose

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PRICE CURRENT OF EAST-INDIA PRODUCE, May 26, 1826. £. 8. d. £. 8. d.

£. 8. d.

£ 8. d. Cochineal

1b 0 2 0 to 0 2 6 Turmeric, Bengal ..cwt. 1 0 0 to 1 10 Coffee, Java cwt.

China.

1 15 0

20 Cheribon

2 6 0 2 16 0 Zedoary Sumatra

1 190 2 3 0 Galls, in Sorts Bourbon

Blue

5 0 0 Mocha

3 10 0 6 0 0 Indigo, Fine Blue .b Cotton, Surat. Ib 0 0 5 0 6

Fine Blue and Violet..
Madras
0 0 5 0 0 6

Fine Purple and Violet
engal
0 0 5 0 0 6 Fine Purple

0 10 7 Bourbon

0 0 9
0 1 0

Good to fine Violet.... 0 9 0
Drugs, &c. for Dyeing.

Mid. to ord.shipping 056 -
Aloes, Epatica cwt. 15 00 17 00 Consuming Qualities.. 0 4 0
Anniseeds, Star.
3 10 0

Madras Extra Fine. 0 7 6
Borax, Refined
2 2 0
Do. Fine and Good 0 5 6

0 4 6
Unrefined, or Tincal 2 0 0

0 3 0

Do. Ordinary & Low Camphire, unrefined

0 6 9 8 0 0

Oude Fine. 9 10 0

0 5 3

05 0 Cardamoms, Malabar. . lb. 0 4 0

Good and Middling.

0 4 6
0 3 6

0 3 3
Ceylon
0 1 0 0 1 3

0 2 9

Ordinary Cassia Buds

0 2 0

009
7 00

Bad and Trash.
cwt. 5 0 0
Lignea
4 10 0 6 0 0

Middling ord. & bad i.
Castor Oil
.tb006 0 1 3

0 16 0

cwt. ( 13 0

Rice, White China Root.

6 0 0 .cwt. 1 8 0

Safflower 1 10 0

1 0 0 Coculus Indicus

2 10 0 3 0 0
Sago

1 0 0 - 2 0 0 Columbo Root .

5 0 0 6 0 0

Saltpetre, Refined
Dragon's Blood

5 0 0
25 0 0

Silk, Bengal Skein . ib 0111
Gum Ammoniac, lump. 3 0 0 10 0 0

Novi

0 14 1

0 19 4
Arabic

1 0 0
4 0 0

0.13 1

Ditto White
Assafætida

2 0

6 0 0 0

0 14 1

China
Benjamin

40 00
50 00
Organzine

1 3 0 16 0
Animi...

3 0 0

8 00
Spices, Cinnamon.

.b
Galbanum

Cloves
Gambogium
15 00 16 0 0

Mace
Myrrh
3 0 0 16 0 0

Nutmegs
Olibanum

2 0
4 10 0
Ginger

.cwt.
Lac Lake
.tb0 09 0 2 0

Pepper, Black......
Dye.
0 3 6 0 5 0

White

1 8 0
Shell, Block....cwt. 2 10 0

5 0 0
Sugar, Yellow .. ...cwt. l 50

1 16 0
Shivered
3 0 0 5 00

1 9 0

White
Stick
2 0.0 3 00

Brown
Musk, China

09 ........OZ.

15 0 0

Siam and China

0 16 0 Nux Vomica.....

0 12
cwt.
0 0 13 0

.b 0 1 6

Tea, Bohea.
Oil, Cassia

0 2 3 -
0 0 5
OZ.

Congou

0 0 6
Cinnamon
0 7 0 0 8 0

Souchong

0 3 10
. Ib
Cloves

0 2 9

Campoi
Mace
0 02 0 0 4

Twankay

0 3 3
Nutmegs
0 2 4 0 2 6

Pekoe

028 Opium

Hyson Skin Rhubarb 0 1 6 0 4 0

0 4 1

Hyson. Sal Ammoniac cwt. 3 10 0

Gunpowder

15 0 Senna

1 0 0 6 02 6 Tortoiseshell
Turmeric, Java ....cwt. 1 100 1 15 0 Wood, Sanders Red ton 8 0 0

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Asiatic Journal, answer to the charge of
Academy, Durrumtolláh, annual examina.

plagiarism against, 745.
tion of the boys educated at, 781.

Asiatic Society of Great Britain and Ireland

-proceedings in November and De-
Adam (Mr. John), address of the British

cember, 67--in January, 223—in Fe-
residents of Calcutta to, 231.

bruary, 383–in March, 515-in April,
Africa, account of the travels of M. Rüp- 688-in May, 773.
pell in, 511-review of Denham and

of Parismproceedings in Oc-
Clapperton's travels and discoveries in

tober, 61-in November, 214-in De-
the interior, 613-invasion and conquest cember, 384-in January, 510-in Fe-
of the country by the Arabs, 731-pro. bruary, 619-in April, 760.
gress of the new mission in, 814.

of Calcutta-proceedings in
Agency establishment (Indian) declared

July, 213-in September, 509-in No-
illegal, 388—said to have received the

vember, 618.
condemnation of government, 522.

Assam, progress of the war in, 17, 513–
Americans, Mr. Buckton's view of their

descriptive sketch of the country, 491.
origin, 384.

Astronomy, Hindu-Mr. Bentley's view of
Animals, tenderness evinced by the Ori..

the system, 205-reply of Mr. Cole-
entals towards, 730.

brooke to the attack of Mr. Bentley, 360
Antiquities received at St. Petersburgh, -errata in Mr. Colebrooke's reply, 456.

from Egypt, 66–discovered at Arracan, Australia—see New South Wales, and Van
512-collection purchased by the Em- Diemeni's Land.
peror of Austria, 620~Burmese, pre-

B.
sented to the University of Cambridge, Bagdad, inundation at, 403–unpopularity
ib.

of the Pacha, ib.
Arabian morals prescribed by Abu Zaid,
the chief of the Sassanites, 583.

Bailey (Col.), topics of his controversy with

Lord Hastings discussed, l-debate on
Arabic language, its copiousness, 215.

the subject at the East-India House,
Arbitration, observations on the Punchayet, 405.
or Hindoo form of, 475.

Barnes (Archdeacon), address of the Bri-
Army (British) serving in the East, pro- tish inhabitants of Bombay to, previous

motions and changes in, 144, 313, 436, to his departure for Europe, 646—piece
557, 696, 815.

of plate presented to, 648.
(Indian), observations on the trans-

Baroda, dispute at, between the Brahmins
fer of European officers in, 581-consi..

and a caste of Purbhoos called Coyest,
derations on the supersession of Lieut.

528_new bridge building at, by order
Colonels, 607—general orders issued

of the Guicowar, 649.
to-also promotions in-see Calcutta,

Barton (Bernard), review of his verses on
Madras, &c.

the death of the Rev. Mr. Lawson, 737.
Arnot (Mr.), debate on his case at the East-

Batavia-see India ( Netherlands).
India House, 114.

Bayley (W. B.) nominated a member of
Arracan-descriptive sketch of the coun-

council at Fort William, 622.
try, 38–discovery of a remarkable
image of Gaudama, 62–prices of com-

Bencoolen, rapacious conduct of the Dutch
modities, 83—sickness, 244,404-over. government at, 97—value of the settle-
land communication to Prome aban.. ment not adequately appreciated by the
doned, ib.-climate, 385-celebration of Dutch, 401–about to be placed under
a masonic festival on St. John's day, 390

the residency of Padang, 402.
-antiquities, 512—relief of troops, 622 Bentley (John), review of his historical
- serious charges preferred by Dr. Tytler

view of the Hindu astronomy, 205-re-
against the hospital branch of the Com- ply to his attack on Mr. Colebrooke, 360,
missariat department, 632.

456.
Artillery, new arrangement of, in Bengal, Bhagaruttee, on the navigation of, 762.

73—new organization of, under the Bheestee, petition of a, 81.
Madras presidency, 393.

Bhurtpore, disturbances at, 389, 521-
Asia, remarks of M. Klaproth on the ex- magnitude of the British force assembled

isting maps of, 65, 621.-answer to his before, 631-detail of military opera-
remarks, 717-travels of M. de Koros tions at, 632, 786-taken by storm, 788,
in, 763,

804.
Asiatic Journ, Vol. XXI. No. 126.

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