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Bibby (Capt.) presented with a silver vase rald, 235, 527, 635, 640-parliamentary
by the underwriters of Liverpool, 435. debates respecting him, 811.
nition of Fo, or Budha, 61.
structed between Sherghatty and Patna,
tribe of Nagahs, 178, 727—execution
of a native, 639.
occupation of Munnipoor by Gumbeer
-services of Lieut. Col. Brooks, 86- pointment of Mung-cra-cro to be gene-
ralissimo of the Burmese, in lieu of
tish army in Ava, 388_number and po-
sition of the enemy in the neighbour-
armistice between Sir A. Campbell and
514, 533–sickly state of our troops at
Arracan, 244, 404-conduct of the Ben-
469_operations of Lieut. Neufville, in
Assam, 513, 514-audacity of Siamese
pirates on the coast of Mergui, 513–
account of the meeting of the British and
Burmese commissioners at Nemben-
ziek, 533-proposed independence of
Pegu, 636_rupture of the armistice by
the Burmese, 655-transactions which
preceded it, ib.— feelings of the Burmese
respecting the war, 656-events which
followed the breaking of the armistice,
689, 804—conclusion of a treaty of
Auxiliary Bible Society-annual Burrampooter River, observations upon the
source and course of, 52, 186.
Cabul, military operations in, 81, 652.
Cadets—debate at the East-India House
on the subject of their education, 277–
observations of a “ Madras retired offi-
cer” on the subject, 370-Dr. Gilchrist's
reply to the observations, 492, 740–
number sent out to India from 1821 to
Calcutta Government (General Orders of)
sale of the estates of deceased officers,
7?–arrangements for filling up vacan.
cies in the senior list, ib.-grant of ad-
ditional pay to assistant surgeons, ib.
formation of an eighth troop of horse ar;
bills towards the Civil Service Annuity
Fund, 225—formation of two
and services of Major-Gen. Sir David
staff situation, ib. new 'five per cent.
peace, 764, 806.
new arrangement of the artillery, ib.
troops of horse artillery, ib.-character
loan, 233-claims against the Egypt Cape of Good Hope-discovery of coal in a
Cargoes of Company's ships arrived from
India, 315, 698.
Carnatic, death of the Nabob of, 639, 793.
Ceylon—tribute to the memory of the late
Mr. Moon of the Botanic Institution,
91-alteration in the currency, 240,-
visitations of the Lord Bishop of Cal-
cutta, 400, 529—proposals for establish-
telligence, births, marriages, and deaths, Tunnel near Kandy opened, 652--civil
· appointments, 240, 400, 798—births,
Chess, origin of the game, 620.
China— Account of its dramatic literature,
40-translation of the • Orphan of
Tchao,' a tragedy, 41, 157—ink-making
ranked among the liberal arts, 215,-
translation of a state-paper, being an ad-
dress of the minister Hew-Hang, to
the Emperor Ching-Tsung, 484-me-
thod of making varnish, 510-import-
ance of education, 565—first introduc-
tion of Budhuism, 621—the number
five, 761-locusts, 762_divination, ib.
- Danish trade with, 813-see also
Chinese Language, peculiarities of, 720.
Cholera Morbus, use of cajeputa oil in the
cure of, 65—twelve hundred people
90-makes dreadful ravages among the
Church Missionary Association, Chunar, Jessore, and Dinapore, 522-
also at Baroda and Kaira, 649.
lost in the steam-boat between Donabew its numerous subscribers, 81-govern-
ment order respecting its establishment,
225-cases intended to be submitted to
the Court of Directors, 234general
meeting of subscribers at Calcutta, 521.
and discoveries in Afriea, 613.
portation of rice, 242-account of the account of the British mission to, 197–
account of the inhabitants, 204-extra-
Lieut. White, 205.
tack of Mr. Bentley on the subject of Danish trade with China; 613.
Davis (Lieut. J. B.) drowned by accident
Deaths—see Calcutta, Madras, &c.
dividend, ib.-confirmation of the grant
in Tasmania, subscription raised 126-government of Lord Amherst,
and state of India, 129-Jan. 18th.
case of Mr. Buckingham, 245—enquiry
respecting the Oude Papers, 272-Jan.
25th.-motion for a new regulation
respecting the education of cadets, 277
- salaries to professors, 307—encou.
ragement of publications in the Oriental
languages, 308—Feb. 8th., Company's
shipping, 405-consideration on the
Oude Papers, ib.-March 22d. enquiry
ing, 595-entire failure of those sent equipments, 537-return of Sir J. E.
Colebrooke to India, 539-East India
548_case of Mr. Buckingham, 657—
election of Directors, 687-May 5. East
India Naval Force Bill, 765_East-
India Writers' Bill, 772—flogging in
in Parliament, on India affnirs
Burmese war, 433liberty of the Indian
press,_434-affair at Barrackpore, 434
East India Jury Act, 435—exports and
imports of Singapore, 533-writers in
India bill, 534--juries in India bill, 535,
694-returns, 535_East-India Naval
force Bill, 808-East-India Writer's
Bill, ib.-magistrates of New South
Wales, 810-Lord Charles Somerset,
810, 812–J. S. Buckingham, 811–
Currency of the Cape, 812.
Debtors in India, petition respecting, 814.
Deccan Prize Money, meetings held at
the treasury respecting, 103, 309—copy
of the treasury minute deciding the case
in favour of a general division, 310.
Dickens (Mr.), nature of his dispute with
Dr. Bryce, 234.
Directors of the East India Company for
Divination, Chinese, 762.
Drama, state of, in China, 40—The
Orphan of the House of Tchao, a
tragedy, 41, 157-amateur perform-
ances in India, 80, 529, 634.
Durbar, Governor-General's, 782.
East India House, debates at, 113, 245,
399-arrival of Vicomte Richemont
tion of Directors, 536, 687- ballots at,
405, 537, 657, 765—goods declared for
Education, progress of, in British India, Gerard (Capt.), account of his travels in
317-importance of, in China, 565. the Himalaya Country, 333, 457.
-manuscripts, 762—telegraphs, 762. retired officer on the subject of the
native community of Bombay to, 650. Goods declared for sale at the East India
House, 146, 315, 437, 698, 817.
Cape of Good Hope, 104, 243—arrives Bloomshury Church, 435.
Capt. Johnson on its arrival in India, ib. Gypsies, Indian, account of a distinct caste
Haileybury College, examination at, in De-
cember 1825, 69.
meaning of the word, 156.
parative value of, 483-value of British origin of, 580—elegy from, 582—verses
Hastings (Marquess), topics of his contro-
versy with Col. Bailey discussed, 1-de-
House, 405—his policy in India, 312-
amount of funds collected at Calcutta
for procuring a picture and statue of his
Himalaya Country, travels of Capt. Gerard
in, 333, 457.
Hindoos, specimens of their fables, 189—
Mr. Bentley's view of their system of
astronomy, 205-Mr. Colebrooke on
their poetry, 454-observations on their
system of Punchayet, or abitration, 475.
Home Intelligence, 103,309,433, 533, 694.
Horses, uncommon fidelity and intelli-
gence of those in Arabia, 215-obser-
vations on the different races in the
Malayan Archipelago and adjacent
countries, 597-of Africa fed entirely
on milk, 621.
Hospitals at Arracan, inquiry respecting
certain abuses in; 632.
Huaco, use of the shrub as a remedy
against the poison of serpents, 64.
Imaum Reza, description of the mauso-
leum and shrine of, 58.
India (British)-policy to be adopted to.
continue to attend our arms, 17-ac-
count of the original land tenures of
Country, 170-and Telingana, 345–
remarks on the determination of Minis-
ters to appoint King's Servants to the
Indian government, 89-ignorance of
our countrymen in matters relating to
opinions on the British government in
India, 154—Col. Macdonald's observa-
tions on the policy of extending our Khokand, account of Philip Nazaroff's
ing maps of Asia, 65—superiority of
50, 170, 345.
Lap-dog, Owhyee, 620.
Cutch, 366,586—disturbances at Bhurt- by Bernard Barton, 737.
Linnean Society, papers read before, in
Lions, tame, presented to Lord Amherst,
Loan, new 5 per cent., opened at Cal-
cutta, 233-another advanced to the
Company, by Oude, 235.
Locusts, immense flights of, witnessed
Lusus naturæ-a Brahminee bull, 66.
54-on the extension of our Indian
empire, 194—on the conduct of the
Bengal government in regard to the
Burmese war, 460-his answer to the
attack of Mr. Barrow on telegraphic
Mackenzie (Col.), inquiry respecting his
literary relics, 482.
Madagascar,-edict of King Radama in
order to encourage trade with his do-
Madras Government (General Orders of)
-sentiments entertained by the Court
of Directors regarding the government
of Sir Thomas Munro, 85-tribute to
the “ Instructions” written by Sir John
ceeding to half-shares of off-reckonings,
392 - allowances to Brigadiers, ib.-
Army allowances, ib.-alteration in the
pay of Adjutants, 393—new organiza-
tion of the Artillery, ib.--. Revised Re-
gulations for His Majesty's forces, 524–
medical aid to surveys, ib.strength of
native regiments, ib. --formation of eight
locks for the service of the European
artillery, 788–interest on estates of per-
sons deceased, 789-augmentation to the
companies of drivers and draught bul-
army, ib. - Lieut.-Gen. Bowser, ib.-