Allen's Indian Mail, and Register of Intelligence for British and Foreign India, China, and All Parts of the East, Volym 3

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Passengers Departed 32 66 101 140 172 237 266
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movements
57
pany
62
Valiant Sir
67
Gurmukhteser steam
70
188
73
Benares
82
Gwalior
86
Harlequin loss of
105
Plate to be run
107
COURTS MARTIAL
108
Highlanders 78th
118
Premier
120
forces in the East 220 281 373 404 505 551
139
Wallace Col 375 380 410 439 480 517 588 621
141
SCINDE
146
Postoffice
157
286 288
162
Tbackwell Sir
170
Scinde health of troops
171
volcanic island in the Bay
172
Queen birthday
175
Sinclair Capt death
177
Berhampore
179
Probates and administrations to estates 183 220 217
183
516 624
188
349 516
199
Calcutta 10 47 84 110 159 182 219 246 281 312
206
592
209
Public library
216
Houses fall
223
Railways
241
Jeejeebhoy Sir J dinner
255
India General Steam Navigation
261
Le Messurier Mr AdvocateGeneral
267
state of 42 106 146 178 212 273 307 338 369
273
Weldemar Prince
275
Mutti Signior
287
Bornco pirates attack on
293
Bornco pirates attack on
296
Juggernaut worship
300
Accidents
301
Vizagapatam
304
349 516
305
Furlough memorial
311
s 14th Light Dragoons
315
Movements of regiments
318
Hospital the Jamsetjee Jeejeebhoy
321
Kensington School presentation of cadetships to 33 63
330
Jeejeebhoy Sir J dinner
331
Regiment change in the name
333
Club Indian naval
337
Mariners notice
338
Dalrymple
339
Bishop
343
Mercantile community deaths in
346
B Esq reward
351
Broadfoot Major illness
358
Postoffice
364
Buckland Mr medal and reward
368
arrival
369
Review of the 13th N I
374
BOMBAY
385
River accident on
399
Hindostan
401

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