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22, 18591 of dishonour. Captain Thomson also is clear on this point. News of the double defeat of the rebels

22, 18591 of dishonour. Captain Thomson also is clear on this point. News of the double defeat of the rebels

by e mend Havelock on 15th .July reached l l . awnpore on the afternoon of the same day. Then massacre was decided on. First four gentlemen, three of them of the Futtegurh party, were taken to the high road and there murdered. Why they had been thus reserved is not known. " Then
22 December 1859 - Friend of India and Statesman - Serampore, West Bengal, India
 
,VERNMENT NOTIFICATIONS.

,VERNMENT NOTIFICATIONS.

, VERNMENT NOTIFICATIONS. Home Department. Fort William, 7th December.—Mr. A. Brown, of the Civil Service, is declared qualified for the Public Service. The llon'ble the President in Council is pleased to Rant to Mr. A. Brown leave of absence to England, sin Medical Certificate,
22 December 1859 - Friend of India and Statesman - Serampore, West Bengal, India
 
DOMESTIC OCCURRENCES.

DOMESTIC OCCURRENCES.

MARRIAGES. November 10. At Penang, Captain A. G. Campbell, of the Barque Teazer, to Misb CATHERINE LILLIE ROUT K. 30. At St. Matthias' Church, Madras, Captain R. E. Adams, Commander, British Ship Nonpuriel, to Louise Camillia, fifth daughter of the late Captain THOMAS LOCKE, Mad
22 December 1859 - Friend of India and Statesman - Serampore, West Bengal, India
 
AYNVAL ESTIMATES.

AYNVAL ESTIMATES.

Minute by the Ifon'ble the President, 21st November 1859.—0 n the 7th of July 1853, I advocated before the Select Committee of the House of Commons on Indian Territories, the application of the English system of Finance by annual estimate and Appropriation Act, to the income and
22 December 1859 - Friend of India and Statesman - Serampore, West Bengal, India
 
talk rignlt the menace of an invadion.

talk rignlt the menace of an invadion.

talk the menace of an invadion. Tnere u another picture we will inspect. The pu. pulation of Great Britain and Ireland can scarcely toe lean than thirty millions. But compare the statistics of the British Registrar-General with thiaie of the Parisian official. It appears that the
22 December 1859 - Friend of India and Statesman - Serampore, West Bengal, India
 
begaree run mad more than any other system ever observed by civilized human beings. Every man belonging to the Meithei

begaree run mad more than any other system ever observed by civilized human beings. Every man belonging to the Meithei

or respec. table races of Munnipore, is bound to perform " laloop," that is to perform service for the State, or more frankly for the Raja, for one quarter of his entire life, without pay, maintenance, or reward. This portion of time moreover is not taken at once, but every man
22 December 1859 - Friend of India and Statesman - Serampore, West Bengal, India
 
THE FRIEND OF INDIA.

THE FRIEND OF INDIA.

On the other side he is in Europe, and as a 'rule prefers the deck to any dormitory more confined. A little more effort, and a stead• official bias in that direction, and India may be as little a land of exile an Malta or the Le- vant. A VOLUNTEER ARMT.—The Secretary of State ha
22 December 1859 - Friend of India and Statesman - Serampore, West Bengal, India
 
THE FRIEND OF INDIA.

THE FRIEND OF INDIA.

Mr. Mcdlicott of Roorkee has reported unfavourably on the deposits of coal in the Punjab. Boring, trenching, or sinking of pits in the Murree llills would be a waste of money. In the 18 localities which he visited, the so-called coal was simply the stems of trees embedded in thi
22 December 1859 - Friend of India and Statesman - Serampore, West Bengal, India
 
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22 December 1859 - Friend of India and Statesman - Serampore, West Bengal, India
 
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22 December 1859 - Friend of India and Statesman - Serampore, West Bengal, India