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1844 3rd September, 1844. 12th February,

1844 4th March, 1844, 23rd February,


Ist March, 1844. 19th February,

1844 29th February, 1844. 23rd May,

1814 5th June, 1844. 30th May,

1844 3rd June, 1844. 29th April,

1844 16th May, 1844. 26th April,


16th May, 1844. 20th May,

16th May,

1844. 24th May,

1844 5th June, 1844. 22nd October, 1844 3rd December, 1814. 29th August,

1814 3rd September, 1844. 2nd September, 1814 3rd October, 1844. 26th September, 1844 26th September, 1844.

6th September, 1844 10th September, 1814. 30th September, 1844 3rd October, 1844. 29th November, 1844 3rd December, 1844. 19th October, 1844 23rd October, 1844. 31st August, 1844 3rd September, 1844.



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145 Miscellaneous Intelligence.... 163 BexGAL:

Military :--Appointments, &c. 163 drop-scene is down betwixt the scenes of this exciting drama;


164 but the play is not played out.” In the front of the house Miscellaneous Intelligence 151

Notices to Correspondents...... 165 Government General Orders .. 154

all is expectation; behind the scenes preparations are going ORIGINAL ARTICLES:Court Martial :56

165 Civil Service :-Appointments, Sugar Duties.

on for accomplishing new effects. The Maharanee and her Increasing Interest of India 166 &c.

158 Ecclesiastical..

Additional Captains to Native brother, Jowhair Singh, continue to carry on what is by the

167 Military:- Appointments, &c. 158

courtesy of the East called the government; but how long they Medical Establishment


167 Births, Marriages, and Deaths 160 HOME INTELLIGENCE:

may be permitted to do so, and what may follow when their Shipping..

160 Parliamentary Proceedings 167 Commercial Intelligence...

uncertain tenure of power shall end, none can precisely fore-
161 Debate at the East-India House 168
Affairs in Aden



Goolab Singh retains his power at Jumboo, while
Egyptian Affairs

171 Court Martial..

162 Miscellaneous Intelligence.... 171 Peshoora Singh and Lena Singh are from different quarters Civil Service :-Appointments, Shipping

172 162 Births, Marriages, and Deaths 172 looking on to see what turn affairs will take. In all Military :- Appointments, &c 162 List of Rank


human probability the Punjab is destined to become a
British possession. For itself, even more than for Great

Britain, it is desirable that it should be so; but justice
The next mail for Bombay vid Southampton, will depart on the

and honour require that we should not be in haste to
3rd April. Letters via Southampton must be posted in London on
the previous day ; rid Marseilles on the 7th.

snatch at a prize which in due time will, it is likely, fall to
us, whether we care for it or not. The course taken by the

best and wisest of Sir Henry Hardinge's predecessors was, The Precursor (steamer), Ilarris, from Bengal, arrived at Suez

to watch the progress of events—to avoid aggression, to ab7th March, left Calcutta sth February, Madras 15th, Ceylon 19th,

stain froin precipitating hostilities, but not to recoil from and Aden 28th February; the mail arrived at Alexandria 10th March, an accession of dominion when such accession was fairly where it was put on board the Oriental, which left same day for open to us, and could be secured without impeachment of Malta, where she arrived on the 14th, and would leave on the 15th

our good name. This, it may be expected, will be the policy for Southampton ; letters by the latter route may be expected in

of the distinguished officer who now fills the place of CornLondon about the 28th inst. H. M. steamer Sydenham left Malta on the 15th of March for

wallis, Wellesley, and Hastings. He is concentrating troops Marseilles, where she arrived on the 18th, with part of the India

on the north-west frontier, and whatever may be the course mail, brought to Suez by the Precursor (steamer).

of events, or whatever the intentions of the GovernorH. M. steamer Acheron, Aplin, arrived at Malta on the 4th of General, this measure is obviously a wise one. We ought March from Marseilles (in three days) with the London mail of to be prepared for any turn that the affairs of the Punjab February 24th, for Calcutta.

may take, and at any moment when it may occur.

At Nepaul, where, it will be recollected, a revolution lately

took place, all seems quiet again. “Though revolutions," Calcutta Feb. 8.

... Jan. 13.

says the Englishman,“ are not so scarce in India as to come Madras Feb. 15.


Feb. 4.
Ceylon...... Feb. 19. Penang

under the class of political phenomena, yet we cannot fur-
Feb. 16.
nish them twice a month, as they do in Spain ; and, accord

NI ingly, there has not been another either at Lahore, ir Kat

COUNT SUMMARY & REVIEW OF EASTERN NEWS. mandoo.” The Prussian Prince Waldemar, it is said in

The news brought by the last Calcutta majl is not cal- tends visiting Nepaul, and from this we may conclude that culated to disturb in any degree the usually equable flow of all is tranquil, unless, indeed, his royal highness is desithe blood in this cold clime, especially at this season, when rous of seeing every thing that India has to shew, ant goes winter (and such a'winter !) yet lingers in what should be the to Katmandoo in search of a political disturbance; lopkinsi's lap of spring.

for a revolution in Nepaul as he did for a review at Calm lrkishThe Punjab will naturally be the point to which the eyes and would look for a bull fight if he should visit Spain. ( Mr: of inquirers will first be directed; but there is nothing new The miseries of Affghanistan seem not yet full. The podif

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