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pore, 13.

Monghyr, 119c-shopping, of Calcutta, Vedanta System, basis of the, 264.
165-of Sinde, 204-of Mocha, 252-
of Cosseir, 257.

Warden (Mr. F.), his observations on the
Trajan (Emperor), anecdote of the, 174.

natives of India, in answer to " Circu.
Transactions of Asiatic Societies, 260. lar," 66.
Traveller, blind, 62.

Weather at Delhi, 10.
Travels, overland, from India, 198, 251, Wedding amusements of the Játs at Bhurt-
Trevelyanpore, description of. 11.
Turkish, ghuzuls from the, 18, 28. Weights, confusion of, in India, 164.
Tyller (Dr.), his account of the round- Willmott (Mr.), review of his Lives of

tower at Brechin, 238 — his work on Sacred Poets, 31.
rice, 284.

Wither (George), an early poet, 22.

Wolff (Rev. Joseph) in Jedda, 199.
Ukhtars, scandalous, 9.

Writers, Company's, hints on, 61.
Una, the birth of, 45.
Universal Testator, the, 269.

Xenophon, illustration of, 250.
Van Diemen's Land, review of Mr. Hen-

derson's work on, 104 — picture of a Yācūti-ben-Laith, anecdote of, 79.
new settler in, 106-natural history of,
109_aborigines of, 111.

Zend, remarks on the language, 266.

PART II.-ASIATIC AND HOME INTELLIGENCE.
Aborigines of Australia, 123, 268.

125—majors commanding corps in, to
Africa, Central, association at Cape Town which they do not belong, 125, 172–
for exploring, 195.

officers of, doing duty with corps, 125

-deficiencies in regimental stores of,
Agency Houses, Calcutta, remarks on the
late, 87-distress caused by their fai.

131-riding-masters to corps of, 132-
lures, 157-causes of the failures, 176

amount of security to be given by de-
-arrest of debtors to, 259.

puty-paymasters in, 198-prize-money

to, ih.-study of the Guzerattee lan.
Agra Bank, report of the, 173.

guage by officers of, 204_acting Com
Alexander and Co., of Calcutta, estate of, mander-in-chief at Bombay, ib.-major-
75, 76, 78, 154, 155, 237, 238.

generals in, 254 - reported retrench-
Allard (General), 97, 169, 252.

ments in, 259—duties of adjutants and
Allipore, affray at, 246.

quarter-masters of, 269-courts-martial
Alwar, plan for raising a revenue at, 167.

in, 125, 272

retirements and resig-

nations of officers of, in England, 146–
America, the ice importation from, at Cal-

See also Calcutta, Madras, gc. General
cutta, 2-passage to, from India, 11-

Orders.
mission from, to Siam, 22-visit of
Indian civil servants to, 42.

(King's, serving in the East) :--

Movements of corps in, 147-mutiny
Annuity Fund, Civil, of Bengal, 6, 256.

in the 41st regt., 304-promotions and
Antiquities, Greek, in the Punjab, 248. changes in, 57, 146, 223.
Appeals, Indian-see Privy Council. Arracan, present state of, 255_use of the
Arabian Gulf, disturbances in, 267-death Persian language in, ib.
in, 54.

Asiatic Society, Royal, Bombay branch of,
ARMY(Company's, in India)- Promotion 117.

of a subadar-major in, 16 — services of Assam, commissioner and agent for, 197.
the Bombay European regiment, 17- Assassination openly counselled by an East.
securities required from officers of, 52, Indian at Madras, 44, 104.
198-cadets for, 57 — employment of Assessment Fund, Bombay, dispute res.
officers belonging to, in civil duties,

pecting, 15, 45, 114.
88, 250-military banks for, 92, 1734
operations of, against insurgents, 45,

Astell (Col.), piece of plate presented by

· retir-
95, 182, 258, 262, 277, 304

the officers of the East India Volunteers
ing funds for, 98-military funds for,
116, 259—disbanding of the pioneer Australasia, new colonies in, 98, 222,
corps of, 125, 132—allowances of the 223, 307 - emigration from, to New
Commissary-general in Bengal, 125-

Zealand, 124 - see also New South
dress of officers of, ib.-movements of

Wales, grc.
corps in Bengal, 125-at Madras, 132 Auction, sale of debts by, 251.
-new system of cavalry practice in, Ava, melancholy state of the king of, 121,

to, 57.

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304-fire at, 121-discussions between, Portuguese affairs at Goa, ib.--petition
and Mynporie, 304-vaccination in, ib. against additional bishops, ib.-distress

in Cutch, 262—first Irish-trader, ib.
Baber, tomb of the emperor, 260.

effects of the Mofussil press, ib.-native
Baiza Baee, movements of the, 7, 43-

justices, 305-grand-jurors, ib. -Scin-
dispersion of her troops, 99, 167.

diah's state, ib. —resident at Indore, ih.
Bank for Savings, in Ceylon, 21-- Bengal

-prices of European goods, 60, 150,

229, 312
Military, 92, 173— Agra, 173—Union,

government securities and
of Bengal, 180, 242 — for Savings, at

exchanges, 61, 151, 230, 313 — ship-

ping, 53, 136, 205, 275_births, mar-
Calcutta, 247.

riages, and deaths, 53, 136, 205, 276,
Bank of Bengal, changes at, 90-its trans-

306.
actions with the Union Bank, 180, 243.

new governor of, 222-new mem-
Bankok, description of, 23.

ber of council for, 308.
Barns (Maj. Gen. Sir J. S.), 204.

Government Orders :- Securities
Batavia, case of the ship, 22.

from officers, 52 - services of Lieut.
Baxter (Major), death of, 45, 182.

Col. Hardy, 135-study of the Guze-
Begum Sumroo, munificence of the, 98– rattee language, 204-resignation of the
former husbands of, ib.-illness of, 246.

Commander-in-chief, ib. — services of
Behut, ancient town near, 241.

Surgeons Maxwell and Craw. 274-of

Capt. John Crawford, ib.civil, eccle-
Bentinck (Lord Win.), his present to Mr.

siastical, and military appointments, 52,
gers, the first importer of American

135, 205, 274 -
ice, 2–conference between, and Jhund-

army furloughs, 53,

136, 205, 275- Indian navy appoint.
koo Row Sindia, 7 menaces against,
43

ments, and furloughs, 136, 205, 275.
movements of, 44 his visit to
Madras, 173, 185, 193-effects of his

Supreme Court: Assessment
policy on Calcutta society, 175 -

Fund, 15, 45, 114--Capt. W. Morley,
view of his government, 261 — illness

v. the proprietors of the Oriental Chris-
of, 304.

tian Speclator, 45, 106.
Bells (Chas.), trial of, 65.

Boolbool-fighting at Calcutta, 179.
Bheels, affair with, 95-plunder by, 257.

Branson (J. W.), case of the King, v.

44, 104.
Bhoondee, rajah of, 16.

Brijonauth Ghose, case of, 1.
Bhurtpore prize-money, 198-fiery ordea]

Bundlecund, distress in, 250.
Bil, Indian, native opinions of the, 101.

Burdwan, false suits in, 12.
Biography :- Maharaja Mulbar Rao Hol-

Burman Empire-see Ava.
kar, 2 Capt. Herbert, 10 - Sir John

Malcolm, 19—P. Heatley, Esq., 308. Coal in Van Diemen's Land, 123.
Bishops, Indian, 12-petition against ad- Cubool, expedition of Shah Shuja-ul-Mulk
ditional, 186.

to recover the throne of, 2, 20, 97, 118,
Board of Control, 138, 218, 308.

168, 221, 244-antiquities near, 248_
BOMBAY INTELLIGENCE :

travels in, 259—tomb of the Emperor
Dispute be-

Baber at, 260.
tween the Supreme Court and the ma-
gistrates respecting the asssessment fund, Cadets, Company's, at Chatham, 57.
15, 45, 114-discussions with the Par- CALCUTTA INTELLIGENCE : Proceed-
sees, 16-Rajas of Uncara and Bhoon-

ings of the Dhurina Subha in the case
Goozrathee newspaper, ib. of the boy Brijonauth Ghose, 1-Run.
promotion of a subadar-major, ib. - jeet Singh, 2, 97, 169, 252, 304—Ca-
dearth and distress, 17, 262 presen- bool and Peshawur, 2, 97, 16%, 221,
tation of new colours to the Bombay 244 the ice-importation, 2— Mahara-
European regiment, 17.-manners and juh Mulhar Rao Holkar, ib. travel-
character of Hindoo females, 18-Sir

ling in India, 4, 92, 174 — remittan-
John Malcolm, 19-war in Sinde, 20, ces, 5, 43, 91-the six per cent. loan,
97, 118, 168, 221, 244 – Mr. Wolff, 5, 97-steam-communication with Eu-
45—Hindu temple at Nuggur, 45, 106 ropé, 6, 42, 57, 93, 181, 221 - Civil

departure of the Hugh Lindsay Service Annuity Fund, 6, 256–Gwa-
steamer for Suez, 56-estate of Shotton lior, 7, 43 – conference between the
and Co., 115 - East-Indians and the

Governor-general and Jhundkoo Row
Military Fund, 116-steam-communi. Scindia, 7 behaviour to natives, 9-
cation, ib. — Bombay branch of the native vakeels, 10—compulsory poojas,
Royal Asiatic Society, 117 — customs ib. - Capt. Herbert, ib. - passage to
and duties on indigo, ib.trade of Bom- America, 11, 42— false suits, 12-in-
bay, ib. - freedom of the port, ib.-lec- crease of the Church establishment in
tures by a Parsee, 185-opium culti- India, 12, 186—failure of Messrs. Fer.
vation, 186--mutiny on the Ann, ib. gusson and Co., 12, 42, 83-sales of

at, 244.

dee, ib.

-

-

-

property by public officers to natives, 247—coinage, ib.-Greek antiquities in
13— Thugs, 13, 99 — witchcraft, 14- the Punjab, 248_culture of tea in In-
inland duly on indigo, ib. — visit to dia, 249 - new order respecting civil
America, 42—menaces against the Go. servants, 197, 249, 303 — distress in
vernor-general, 43-practice in the na- Bundlecund, 250-employment of mi.
tive courts, ib.—the Baiza Baie, 7, 43, 99, litary as civil servants, ib._sale of debts
167 — movements of the Governor-ge- by auction, 251 – mutiny of convicts,
neral, 44-failure of Cruttenden, Mac- 252—a Portuguese wedding in Calcut-
killop, and Co., 56, 87-estate of Alex. ta, 253 - major-generals, 254 - the
ander aud Co., 78, 155—the late agency Hindu College, 255 - Arracan provin.
houses, 87, 157, 176, 259 — general ces, ib.-state of the jails in the Mofus.
qualifications of the officers belonging sil, ib. - abolition of corporal punish-
to the Indian army, 88 - suicides at ment, 257 — Nawab Mehndy Ali Khan,
Delhi, 89-ghaut for dying Hindus, ib. ib.-postage on newspapers, ib.-Hurry
-preparations for the new system, ib. Holkar, ib. - distress in Cashmere, ib.

celebration of the renewal of the - Life Insurance Societies, 258 - Mo.
charter, 90, 167 —changes at the Bank fussil news, ib.- Bengai Military Fund,
of Bengal, 90, 180, 243 — communi- 259 — travels in Candahar and Cabul,
cation between the Jumna and Sutlej, ib.tomb of Baber, ib. Trade Asso-
90.-the Court of Delhi, ib.—cultiva. ciation, 261- Lord William Bentinck's
tion of opium, 91 - roads, 92, 174– government, ib. — ice-speculators, ib.
abolition of inland chowkies, 92- Mi. regent ranee of Jeypore, 304-prices of
litary Bank, 92, 173-courts of Ram. European goods, 60, 150, 229, 312 –
ghur and the Jungle Mehals, 93 government securities and exchanges,
affair with Bheels, 95 — Laudable So- 61, 151, 230, 313–shipping, 49, 130,
cieties, 96, 158, 239—loan of 1825-26, 200, 270-births, marriages, and deaths,
97-alteration of sudder stations, ib. 49, 55, 130, 200, 271, 305.
Oude, 98, 257 — munificence of the

Government Orders : Pioneer
Begum Sumroo, 98, 246 - new canal,

corps, 125-allowances of the commis.
ib.-colony in Australia, 98- Medical
Retiring Fund, 98, 173—trade and ex-

sary-general, ib. dress of the Com.
changes, 99 — employment of East-In-

pany's officers, ib.-relief of regiments,

125
dians, 101-native opinions of the India

- new system of cavalry practice,

ib.
bill, ib. — Ava, 121, 304 — Supreme

appointment of majors to the
command of

corps,

ib. officers
Council of India, 146—estate of Mac-
kintosh and Co., 157, 221, 254

doing duty with corps to which they
- dis-

do not belong, ib. divisions of the
tress caused by the late failures, 157 — commissioners of revenue and circuit,
Government Life Assurance, 166, 258

197 — Ramghur Battalion), ib. -com.
affairs at Jeypore, 167 — Raja of Al-
war's plan for raising a revenue, ib.

missioner and agent for Assam and

the north-east parts of Rungpore, ib.-
loss of the Lady Munro, 169— Mohun
Lal, 171, 248, 259 - English educa-

qualifications of covenanted subordinate

officers in the judicial and revenue de-
tion, 171—the seniority system, 172-
the press, ib.-- Bengal Military Orphan

partments, 197, 249, 303 — Bhurtpore
Society, ib.- fossil shells near Herat, ib.

prize-money, 198–security to be given
-cochineal, 173--the Roman Catholic

by deputy-paymasters, ib. — Vice-presi-

dent in Council, ib. reports and re-
Church, ib. — visit of the Governor-ge-
neral to Madras, ib.- Agra bank, ib.

turns of the troops, ib.-duties of adju.

tants and quarter-masters, 269 - head-
learning of the Hurkaru, 174 native

quarters and offices in the hills, ib.--
employment, ib.- Hindoo and Mussul-

medical attendance on division statt's, ib.
inaun judges, ib.-Calcutta society, 175

courts-martial, 125 – civil, ecclesias-
-fair at Gunga Saugur, ib.— fall of fish

tical, and military appointments, 47,
from the sky, ib.-causes of the late fai.

55, 127, 198, 269, 305
lures, 176_boolbool fight, 179—the mis.

loughs, 48, 55, 1299, 200, 270.
sionary schools, ib. - Bengal Mariners'
and Widows' Fund, ib._Union Bank and

Supreme Court:-Native grand.
Bank of Bengal, 180, 243-—-fair at Gur-

jurors, 65 — trial of Charles Betts for
mookteshwur, 182-indigo sale, 221–

murder, ib. prosecution of William
decay of native prejudices, ib. - rogue-

Peters for libel, 68-the King, v. Mirza
ries at the Serampore post-office, ib.

Hosain and others, 72 - assignees of
discovery of an ancient town in the

Palmer and Co., v. Hastie and others,
Doab, 241-
Chamber of Commerce,

153 - Chamberlain, v. Jenkins, 233
242—population of Delhi, 244 — fiery

Chamberlain, v. Eyles, 237-illness of
ordeal, ib.--exposure of bodies of cri. the Chief-justice, 239.
minals, 246
copper currency, ib.

Insolvent Court:- In the matter
affray at Allipore, ib. illness of the of Fergusson and Co., 42, 72, 77-of
Begum Samroo, ib. - disturbances in Colvin and Co., 75 - of Palmer and
the Jhansi country, ib.--- Savings Banks, Co., 75 - of Alexander and Co., 75,

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76, 154, 237, 238-of Cruttenden and

Church establishment, increase of the, in
Co., 76, 77, 78, 237, 238.

India, 12, 186 Roman Catholic, at
Cambodia, hostilities in, 121, 194, 266, Calcutta, 173-Scotch, in Bengal, 222.
Canal, new, from Rajemahl to Cutwa, 98. Circars, Northern, military operations in
Candahar, travels in, 259.

the, 182, 304.
Canton-See China.

Civil Annuity Fund of Bengal, 6, 256–
CAPE OF Goon HOPE INTELLIGENCE :-

of Bombay, 256.
Arrival of Sir J. Herschel, 39

Civil Servants, employment of military as,

pro-
posed settlement at Port Natal, ib.-mar-

88, 250-new regulation respecting the
rival of the governor, Sir Benjamin

qualification of, in Bengal, 197, 249,
D'Urban, ib.-legislative and executive

303_reductions in the salaries of, 259.
assemblies, 39, 222, 267 - association Clourly Bay, new colony at, 124.
for exploring Central Africa, 195 Cochin, mission to the Jews of, 262.
births, marriages, and deaths, 54, 137,

Cochin-China, insurrection in, 36, 121,
206, 277.

194, 266– persecution of Christians in,
Cashmere, scarcity in, 97, 257.

36, 121.
Cavalry, new system for, 125.

Cochineal insect at Herat, 173.
Ceylon INTELLIGENCE:- New Councils, Coinage in Bengal, 247.

20 steam-communication between Coins, Hindu, 241, 246— Bactrian, 248.
England and India, ib. — colonial ap-
pointments, 205 - shipping, 137, 205,

Colony, new, at King George's Sound,

92, 222-new, in New Zealand, 124–
276 — births, marriages, and deaths, projected, in South Australia, 223, 307.
137, 205, 276.

College, Australian, 196—Hindu, at Cal.
Chamberlain, v. Jenkins, case of, 233—

cutta, 255.
v. Eyles, 237.

Colvin and Co., insolvency of, 75.
Chamber of Commerce, proposed establish-
ment of a, at Calcutta, 242.

Commissary general, Bengal, 125.
Cha-po, trade at, 27.

Converts, native, in India, 1.
Charter, new, preparations in India for,

Convicts, mutiny of, near Hansi, 252 -

at Norfolk Island, 267.
89--celebration of its renewal, 90, 167
-native opinions of the, 101.

Coorg Raja, insolence of the, 15, 106–

expedition against, 262, 277, 304.
Children, sale of, 250 --devoured by their
own mothers, 250, 258.

Copper currency in Bengal, 246.
CHINA INTELLIGENCE : Supply of rice Corporal punishment, abolition of, in Ben.
from Singapore, 21 Experimental

gal, 257.
voyage of the Sylph, 24 - visit to the Council, Supreme, of India, 146.
Island of Ho-nam, 30 - Chinese emi. Courts, native, practice in, 43—of Ram-
grants, 31, 188

Secret Societies, 31 ghur and the Jungle Mehals, 93.
communications with the press of COURTS-MARTIAL on Lieut. Fast, 125.
India, 32, 265—the Canton

press,

32- Lieut. MacGregor, 126.
hints for those about to engage in the
China trade, ib.-inundations and state

Craw (Surg. D.), services of, 274.
of the Canton province, 34 punish-

Crawford (Capt. John), services of, 274.
ment of ministers, 35-present to Mr.

Criminals, treatment of, at Honore, 183–
Jardine, ib.-prayer of the emperor for

exposure of bodies of, in Bengal, 246.
ain, ib. - laws relating to foreigners, Crutlenden and Co., of Calcutta, failure
45 lawless character of the Chinese, of, 56, 76, 77, 78, 87, 237, 238.
187 correspondence relating to the Cullen (Mr. James), 96, 159, 240.
recall of the ship Hercules' license at
Canton, 190—further particulars of the

Cum-sing-moon, affray in the, 192, 266.
affray at the Cum-sing-moon, 192, 266

Cutch, distress in, 262.
Messrs. Daniell and Innes, 32, 265

disturbance amongst the hill-tribes, Daniell (Mr. J. N.), his dispute with Mr.
ib. - Board of Superintendence at Can-

Innes at Canton, 265.
ton, 222—prices of European goods at DEBATES at the East-India House :-
Canton, 60, 150, 229, 312-exchanges, (June 18th and July 9th 1834)-official
61, 151, 230, 313–shipping, 54, 137, papers, 207-half-year's dividend, ib.
276—births and deaths, 54, 137.

by-laws, ib.-retiring allowances, 208,
new appointments in, under the 278-affairs of Oude, 218-allowances
late act, 222.

to maritime servants, 278.
Chowkies, inland, abolition of, in Bengal,

in Parliament on East-India af.
92.

fairs-see Parliament.
Christians, persecution of, in Cochin- Debts, sale of, by auction, 251.
China, 36, 121.

Delany (Kearn), trial and execution of, 103.

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Delhi, suicides at, 62 -- intrigues in the Fish, fall of, from the sky, 175.

cabinet at, 90-population of, 244. Fossil shells near Herat, 172.
D'Urban (Sir Benjamin), 39.

Franklin (East-Indian), seditious letter of,
Dhurma Subha, proceedings of the, in 44, 103, 104.

the case of Brijonauth Ghose, 1. Frith and Gordon, insolvency of, 251.
Directors, East-India, election of, 56

Funds, Steam, in India, 6, 15, 42, 93,
list of, for 1834, 227.

221—Civil Service Annuity, of Ben-
Doab, discovery of an ancient town in the, gal, 6, 256 — assessment, at Bombay,
241.

15, 45, 114-Bengal Medical Retiring,
Donelan (Capt.), murder of, 103.

98— Bombay Military, 116 Bengal
Dost Mahommed Khan, present chief of

Mariners' and Widows', 179 — Bengal
Cabul, 97, 168, 260.

Military, 259.
Dress of Indian officers, 125.

Freights to China, 33.
Dutch, defeat of, in Sumatra, 56, 120.

GENERAL ORDERS-see Calcutta, &c.
Duties, inland transit, in Bengal, 92-

indigo at Bombay, 117-on coffee, at Gerard (Dr.), travels of, 171, 248, 259.
Padang, 264.

Ghaut, new, for dying Hindus, 89.

Goa, civil war at, 186.
Earthquake at Singapore, 21-in Suma- Goods, European, prices of, in the East.
tra, 263.

Indies and China, 60, 150, 229, 312
East-India Company, case of the Board of

-declared for sale at the East-India
Control, v. 138, 218 retiring allow- House, 227 European and Asiatic,
ances to commercial servants on their prices of, at Bankok, 195.
home establishment, 208, 278.

Goork Rajah-see Coorg.
East-India House, election of directors at, Grain, dearth of, at Bombay, 17 - in

56, 227-sales at, 64, 222, 316--goods Cashmere, 97, 257 - - at Masulipatam,
declared for sale at, 227-see also De- 106-in Bundlecund, 250-in Cutch,

bates.
East-Indians, seditious address to the, at Grant (Right Hon. R.), 222.
Madras, 44, 103, 104—how employed

Gunga Saugur, annual fair at, 175.
in Bengal, 101--complaint of those of

Gurmookteshwur, fair at, 182.
Bombay against the Military Fund, 116.
Education in India, 1, 106, 171.

Guzerat, opium cultivation in, 186.
Emigration from China to the Indian Ar-

Guzerattee language, study of the, 204.
chipelago, 31, 188 — from India to

Gwalior, conference between the Gover-
Australia, 98—from Queda to Penang,

nor-general and the young chief of, 7
118—from Van Diemen's Land to New

-movements of the late regent ranee of,
Zealand, 124.

43, 99, 167-change of opinion at, 305.
English language, study of, in India, 171.
European Regiment, Bombay, services of,

Hakeem Mehndy-see Mehndy Ali.
17.

Halkett (Sir Colin), 204.
Europeans in the Sikh army, 97, 169, 252. Hardy (Lieut. Col.), services of, 135.
Exchanges, Indian, 61, 151, 230, 313– Heatly (Mr. P.), death of, 308.

remarks on the present high rates of, at Herbert (Capt.), death of, 10-his scien-
Calcutta, 99.

tific attainments, 11.
Eyles (Capt.), action against, 237 — pre- Hercules, ship, correspondence relating to
sentation of a piece of plate to, 310. the cancellation of its licence at Canton,

190 affray with, in the Cum-sing-
Fair at Gunga Saugur, 175 -

moon, 192, 266.

at Gur-
mookteshwur, 182.

Herschel (Sir J.), 39.
Famine in Cashmere, 97, 257—in Bun-

Hindu converts, 1 - belief in witchcraft,
dlecund, 250 horrible effects of, 258

14- females, their manners and cha-
-in Cutch, 262.

racter, 18 - temple at Ahmednuggur,
Fast (Lieut.), court-martial on, 125.

45, 106 - marriages, 72 — ghauts for

dying, 89-human sacrifices, 146-fairs,
Females, Hindoo, manners and character 175, 182 — pilgrims, 175 — antiquities,
of, 18, 72.

241-college at Calcutta, 255—see also
Fergusson and Co., of Calcutta, failure of, Natives.
12, 42, 72, 75, 77, 83.

Holkar, death of Mulhar Rao, 2-history
Fire at Tjanjor, 121—at Manado, in Ce. of the name and family of, ib._claims
lebes, ib.at Ava, ib.

Hurry Holkar to the guddee of, 257.
Fireworks, grand display of, at Calcutta,

HOME INTELLIGENCE: Debates at the
90, 167.

East-India House, 207, 278— Appeals
Asiat.Journ.N.S.Vol.14. No.56.

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