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Wolf, George, Esq. Wittwer, T. N. Esq. Wright, Mr. J. (25 copies) Woodmason, James, Esq. Woolafton, George Hyde, Esq. Wellsford, J. P. Efq. Wade, William, Esq. Weyland, John, Efq. Willis, Captain Richard, Royal Navy Wilks, Captain Wilkinson, Thomas Ward, Captain, 27th Dragoons Willock, John, Esq. Wetherell, Charles, Esq. Williams, A. Esq. Walter, Mr. Williamson, Lieut. Alex. 36th Regt. Waite, John, Esq. Woombwell, -, Esq. Watson, James, Esq. Warden, Francis, Esq. Warner, Josephi, Esq.

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CHRONICLE.

Thunder-storm at Calcutta, 12th May 1799

Account of the Destruction of some 'Tygers at Mooree Jahara

ibid.

Account of an Expedition from Surat to the Bunder of Goomtee, in the

Guloh of Cutch

3

Thunder-storm at Barrackpore and Serampore, 23: May 1992

5

Gallane Conduct of the Coorga Rajah in defeating Meer Mahorimed Ally 7

Loss of the Ship Abercrombie

ibid.
Account of the Mineral Waters at Cannia

8

Liw Report, in the Court of the Recorder, Bombay,--Cinput and Triin-

buck Sinoys, paupers, versus the Hon. Conipany

9

Regulations respecting the equality of Rank in the Company's Naval and

Military Service

16

Murder of Mr. Norton, at Calcutta

17

Sone Account of the drowning of Lieutenant Colonel Black

ibid.

Address of Major General Stuart and the rest of the Oficers stationed at

Futtyghur (June 1799) to the Right Honourable the Governor General 18

Sword pretented to Major General Baird by the Officers who served under
him at the Conquest of Seringapatam

ib::.

Death of the Emperor of China

19

Conspiracy on board the Ship Lord Thurlow
Ditto on board the Ship Sufannah
Account of the Fortification at Chittledroog

ibid.

Nautical Remark

Loss of the Ship Apollo

ilid.
Engagement between the Ship Devaynes and a French Privateer

ibid.

Statement of Voluntary Contributions at Bombay for the Support of the War 23

Letter from Mr. Dundas to Mr. Hensaw

Address, &c. presented to Major General Smith on his Retirement from the

Army

ibid.

Bonibay Government Advertisement relative to travelling Pasiports

25

Orders for the Reception of his Excellency Meer Aalum Behäudar at Fort

St. George

26

Prohibition of the Exportation of Copper to India

27

Calcutta Voluntary Contributions for the Support of the War

ibid.

Address of the inhabitants of Bombay, to the Governor General on the Con-

quett of Mysore

29

Answer of his Lordihip to the above Adiiress

30

A idresses of the Native Inhabitants of Calcutta to the Governor General, on

the Conquest of Mylore

31

Answer of hin Lordilip to the above Addriff's

33

Inundation ar Dinapore

34

Regulations respecting the Shipping Trade to Amboyna

35

Seizure of the Union Grab by the Malays

36

Adarcis of the Inhabitants of Calcutta to the Governor General

ibid.

Answer of his Lordship to the above.1d tress

Splendid Fcte given by the Governor at Mairas

39

Cipture of the Prince oj 1'ules cruizer, by L'Uni Irench Privatver

ibid.

Some

38

48

49

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Some Particulars of the Death of Captain Wilson of the Limbee, and Mr. Da-

vis, his Chief Officer

40

Dreadful Accidents from the Bites of Snakes

ibid.
Capture of five English Vessels by a French Privateer
Extract of a Letter from the Island of Java

ibid.

Bombay Government's Report of the Death of Major General Hartley 42

Hoftile Condud of the Caffrees at the Cape of Good Hope

ibida

Fall of Jemaulabad

43

Nautical Information

44

Further Particulars of the Fort at Chittledroog

45

Engagement of the Eliza Anne and the American Ship Ailantic with a French
Privateer

ibid.

Embassy to the Court of Persia

Particulars relative to thc Delivery of Vizier Ally into the Hands of Colonel

Collins

ibid.

Minutes of Council relative to the above

47

Vole of Thaaks of the India Company to the Covernor General, Lord Clive,

L. Duncan, Esq. General Harris, General Stewart, Officers and Army, who

achieved the Conquest of Seringapatam

Proclamation for a General Thanksgiving

Account of Sultau. Shah, a wandering Fakeer

50

Copy of a Letter from General Harris to the Governor General

52

Ditto from General Floyd to General Harris

ibid.
Ditto from the Governor General to General Harris

521
i General Orders on the Retirement of General Harris from India

ibid,

Covernment Orders on General Dow's proceeding to Europe on Furlough ibid.

Account of the baiting a Buffaloe, Wild Hog, and a Leopard, at Bombay 53

Madras Voluntary Contributions for the Support of the War

54
Postage of Letters, &c. from Europe to India

ibid.
Loss of his Majesty's Ship Sceptre

55
General Thanksgiving at Calcutta

ibid.

Ditro at Allahabad

56

Boinbay Quarter Sellions, January 11, 1801

57

Recapture of the Ships Tbomas and Penarz

Minutes of Council on the Retirement of Major Thomplon of Artillery ibid.

Embassy to Poonah

ibid.

Address of the British Inhabitants of Ceylon to the Governor General 60

His Lordship’s Answer to the above

61

Emigration of People froin Arracan to Chittagong

ibid.

Anecdotes of the new Emperor of China

62

Engagement of the Cleopatra (Portugueze indiuman) with a French Privateer 63

Particulars of the Cruizes of the Fox and Sybille in the Indian Seas

ibid.

Lofs of the Trincomalle

Death of Colonel J. Bellallis

68

Death of Nana Furnavcfe, that diftinguished Mahratta Minister

ibid.

Ingenious Deception of the Commander of an Arab Vefsei to prevent her being

taken by a French Privateer

69

Singular l'itle of the Viceroy of Pegue

ibi?.
Account of the present State of Carrachec in Sind

ibid.
Re-establishinent of Tranquillity in the Cotio-e Country

70

Liberation of the Ambaliadors of the late Zippoo Sultaun to the French

Directory

71

List of Ships in the East India Company's Service, which have been lot, burnt,
or captured, from the Season 1757 in the Seaton 1800, inclusive

ibid.

Civil and MILITARY PROMOTIONS, &c.

Bengal Civil Appointments

73

Madras ditto

74

Bombay ditto

75

Bengal Military Promotions :-In his Majesty's Regiments

ibid.

Ditto

ditto

In the Hon. Company's Army

84

Madras ditto

ditto

88

kombay ditto

ditto

95

Births, Marriages, and Deaths

97

Supe

64

SUPPLEMENT TO THE CHRONICLES

Page

Foundation of a College at Calcutta

104

Violent Storm at Bombay

Iis

Summary of the Crimes, and Confiscation of the Property, of the First Minif-

ter of State at Pekin, in China

118

Remarkable Custom in Cooch Bahar, near Bengal

Account of the Pearl Finery at Ceylon

Account of the Cure of a Shake Bite, by the Application of the Caustic Vola-

tile Alkali

123

Charges and Sentence of the Court Martial held on Major W. Gale of his

Maj:ity's 29th Light Dragoons

125

Action between Madagee Dowlet Row Scindiah and the Jeypore Rajah

127

dariverfary of the Capture of Seringapatan, at Madras

128

Ditto at Allahabad

ibid.

Entertainment given by the Gentlemen of the Civil Service at Patna, to

Major General Baird, &c.

129

Bombay Quarter Sessions, April 14, 1800

ibid,

Anniversary of Lord Cornwallis's Victory in 1791, with an Account of the

Statne creded, in memory of the Achievements and public Virtues of his

Lordship, at the Presidency of Madras

130

Account of the hostile Trcatment of the Ship Ruby, Capt. Pavin, at Sooloo 132

Gallant Resistance of the Wellesley, Captain Gordon, against a French Frigate

of 36 Guns

ibid.

Estirpation of Dhoondia Waugh, the Freebooter of Mysore

133

Calcutta Address to his Majesty on his late providential Escape from Aflas-

finatioa

135

Treaty between the Hon. Company and his Highness the Nizam

140

Hoxe INTELLIGENCE.

Lofs of the Queen East Indiaman

141

Capture of the Kent Eat tudia:nan

142

Resolution of the Court of Directors for granting an Annuity to the Most

Noble the Marquis Wellesley

144

Micellaneous Articles

145

Extract of Particulars respecting the Cape of Good Hope

148

Embally to Teihoo Lama

149

Descriptive Sketch of the Great Pi&ure of the Storming of Seringapatam,
exhibited at the Lyccum, in the Strand

ibid.

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PROCEEDINGS AT THE EAST INDIA House.

Debate on the East India Judicature Bill, Saturday June 14th, 1800.

57

Confirmation of the previous Resolution to restore Mr. Samuel Young to his

Rank in the Service of the Madras Eftallishment, Wednesday Sept. 24th 59

Debate on the Remuneration to be paid to the Commanders of the Company's

Vessels unemployed, Wednesday Sept. 24

ibid.

Debate on the alleged Abuse of Patronage, ditto

62

on the Reftcration of Lieutenant Colonel Oliver to his Rank in the

Service of the Madras Establislıment, Wednesday December 17th

74

Further Dehate on the alleged Abuse of Patronage, ditto

: .

80

Debate on the Motion for granting a Pension to the Mot Noble the Marquis

Wellesley, Thursday January 15th, 1801

85

Further Debate on the alleged Abuse of Patronage, Tuesday Jan. 20th 96

Ballot for the Restoration of Colonel Oliver, Tuesday Jan. 270

148

Report of Mr. A. Thompson's Speech, on Friday 13th June

ibid.

APPENDIX

Copy of a Letter from General Braithwaite to Lieutenant Colonel Oliver 130

Copy of a Letter from T. T. Jones, Esq. to the Court of Directors, for the

Postponement of his promised Motion on the Abuse of Patronage

15t

Papers alluded to in Mr. Twining's Speech, p. 104

ibid.

Circular Letter to the Proprietors of India Stock; together with Counsel's

Opinior' on the Legality cf the Court of Directors receiving Examinations

of Persous

upon Gath

152

CHARACTERS.-

Three Bicgraphical Memoirs, designed to illustrate the Rise of Hyder Ally

Khan. the first Mahommcdan who ruled in Mysore; to which are subjoined

explanatory Notes

Further Anecdotes of Tippoo Sultaun

io

A short Account of Niuzatfer Jung .

16

A Character of the Hindus

18

A Character of the Muflulmaus of Hindustan

19

Particulars tending to illustrate the peculiar Manners and Dispositions of the

Hindus

Biographical Account of the Ancestors of the present Rajah of Coorga 25

Account of the Life of Sir William James, Bart.

28

Account of the Life of Louis de Camoens, the celebrated Portugucze Poet 31

Manners of the Inhabitants of the Mauritius

Account of the Life of the Prince's Wolfenbuttle of Russia

43

Life of M. D'Apres de Mannevillette

48

Authertic Anecdotes of the Military Life of General George Harris

51

Authentic Anecdotes of the Military Life of Major General Floyd

:59

MISCELLANEOUS TRACTS.-

Some Account of the Natural Productions of the Illand of Ceylon, particular-

ly in the Environs of Columbo. By a Gentleman now resident on the

Inand

Narrative of the Campaign in Bengal in 1760, communicated by Col. Ironside ;

Narrative of Military Transactions in Bengal in 1761, by the same

Extracts of Letters from Major Polier at Delhi, tó Col. Ironside at Belgram,

May 22d, 1776, containing some interesting, Historical, and Biographical

Particulars

29

Description of the Kingdom of Affam, taken fron Alemgeernameh of Mo-

hammed Cazim, and translated by Henry Vanfittart, E14.

42

Enumeration of lıdian Clasies. By H.T. Colebrooke, Ilq.

50

· Narratire of the Particulars of the Journey of Teeshoo Lama and his Suite,

from 'Tibet to China, from the verbal Report of Poorungheer Gosein

Translation of a Letter from Kienlong, Emperor of China, to Delai Lama,

the Grand Lama of Tibet

An Account of the Island of Amboyna, from the Voyages of J. S. Stavornius. 72

An Account of the Religion and Civil Institutions of the Birmans, from

Lieut. Col. Synica's Embally

79

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