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20 23 30 40 50 fin Rs. As. 17 0 18 8 2n 1 24 5 32 12 46 12

20 23 30 40 50 fin Rs. As. 17 0 18 8 2n 1 24 5 32 12 46 12

Vs. As. 21 22 12 21 7 29 14 39 4 52 12 intermediate ages in proportion. Profits added to the Policy have hitherto been equs I to two per cent. per annum, on amount assured, the lamest Bonus ever continuously declared by any Com• pany. • XXAMPT•ES. _ POLICY No. IE. Dated 2nd Repl
13 November 1862 - Friend of India and Statesman - Serampore, West Bengal, India
 
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27 December 1860 - Friend of India and Statesman - Serampore, West Bengal, India
 
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10 May 1860 - Friend of India and Statesman - Serampore, West Bengal, India
 
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21 June 1860 - Friend of India and Statesman - Serampore, West Bengal, India
 
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21 June 1860 - Friend of India and Statesman - Serampore, West Bengal, India
 
tHE FRIEND OF INDIA.

tHE FRIEND OF INDIA.

R. C. LM AGE AND CO., -CALCUTI A. AND 1, WiIITEFRIARS STREET, FLEET STREET, LONDON.
21 June 1860 - Friend of India and Statesman - Serampore, West Bengal, India
 
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05 July 1860 - Friend of India and Statesman - Serampore, West Bengal, India
 
ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE.

ORIGINAL CORRESPONDENCE.

TILE RYOT PROPRIETORS OP BENGAL. To the Editor of the Fiend of India. - Some enquiries that have been n.ade by Mr. Ferglisson in the Indigo Commission, lead me to think flint there is a good deal of misconception about the effect of small holdings on the wealth and prosperity of
05 July 1860 - Friend of India and Statesman - Serampore, West Bengal, India
 
URLY 5, IEI6O. it in many a hard•fought up.bill battle, and not the man to deprive yuu of what belongs

URLY 5, IEI6O. it in many a hard•fought up.bill battle, and not the man to deprive yuu of what belongs

to you more than it does to me. Lend it to me, however, ter • few weeks, in order that I may show it M nay friends and countrymen at home. and I will thee send it back to you to keep as yours for ever.' This determination he confided to me long before the Wt New York. and I am q
05 July 1860 - Friend of India and Statesman - Serampore, West Bengal, India
 
even in imagination, in the occupation and pleasures most familiar to us. But a cold does not generally prevent us

even in imagination, in the occupation and pleasures most familiar to us. But a cold does not generally prevent us

from doiig our ordinary work, or visiting 'scenes of amusement—it only makes us fretful am; stupid, renders labour a nuisance, and takes off the zest of pleasure. While building our castles in the air and thinking of the nice things which we hopt are in store for us, we are sens
05 July 1860 - Friend of India and Statesman - Serampore, West Bengal, India