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603-general orders issued to; also pro-
motions in : see Calcutta, Madras, &c.
Army (British, serving in the East)
promotions and changes in, 132, 236,
387,516,766_furlough of officers from,
66, 205, 347, 477, 605—courts-martial
on officers in, 76, 222, 487, 604, 747-
pay to deputy inspector of hospitals of,
226-general order in regard to pensions
pany's army, 603.
Calcutta — prizes delivered by, 60 – the Khyangs of, 169-marauders at,
Asialic Society of Great Britain and Ire.
of Calcutta - proceedings
of, 59, 465, 715-meetings of the Phy-
Assam (Upper), journal of an expedition
evasive conduct of its traders at Singa now in course of publication, 430.
tion of the East-India Company, 331.
ing, 357, 421-its healthy situation, donment of the settlement at Western
Port, 380-unhealthy state of the set-
to, at Calcutta, 69, 128, 218, 348-de fes, and Port Essington, ib.-proposed
Ava conjectured to be the Ophir of So-
lomon, 572, 655
tures and inscriptions at Mahamalei-
her husband for a separation, 130— Ball at Meerut, 484—at Bombay, 503.
Baths, hot and vapour, their utility in
Bayley (Hon. W. B.) appointed acting
governor general of Bengal, 472.
Beechey (Capt.), account of his expedition
to the South Seas, 598.
Beet-root Sugar, improvements in the
French manufacture of, 346.
Benares Literary Society, geological paper sances, 749death of Mr. Bridgman,
750-cholera morbus, ib.-shipping,
arrivals and departures, births, mar.
riages, and deaths, 84, 229, 368, 504,
618, 634, 750.
-Supreme Court new rules relating
to juries, 497, 616, 735, 749—views of
the Hindoos of Bombay on the subject
of juries, 499.
Quarter sessions-trial of a soldier
for assaulting a lascar, 365.
Scottish Missionary Society-an-
nual meeting of, 83.
Education Sociely-aunual meet-
ing of, 501.
Native Education Society-fourth
report of, 503.
Bonds, East-India Company's, rate of
interest of, reduced, 515.
Boorhanpore, deadly wind at, 631.
Bor Khampti country, journal of a visit
Botzaris (Marco), heroic feat of, 34.
Briggs (Col.), his translation of the ori-
ginal letters of Madhoo Rao, 91,
Brosset (M.), memoir on the literature of
Georgia by, 529.
Bundlecund, geology of, 193.
from, to England, via Egypt, 367. to Ava, 80—present state of Rangoon,
214, 420—Burmese exactions at Ran-
goon, 218-memorial of the British
merchants on the subject, 355.
to Greece, 36-his death, 38.
Sir J. P. Grant, from England, 83— -establishment of an experimental con-
discontinuéd, ib. situation of brigade address of the grand jury to the bench
indictment of Thomas
breach of the stamp regulation, 481-
action, Taylor v. Mackillop and others,
to recover possession of land, 605.
v. John Palmer and others, 728.
Asiatic Society, proceedings of,
Medical and Physical Society-
proceedings of, 194, 339, 716.
Agricultural and Horticultural
Society-proceedings of, 60, 195.
Oriental Literary Society-fifth
half-yearly report of, 483.
Anglo-Indian College. exhibi.
tion of the students of, 40-essays by,
Sanscrit College-annual exami-
nation of the students educated at, 353.
Armenian Philanthropic Institu-
School Society-examination of
pupils supported by, 215.
School-Book Society general
meeting of, 480.
Commercial and Patriotic Asso-
ciation-its formation, 71-notice of
Mr. Rickett's letters on the subject,
Eleventh Supplementary Lauda-
geology of India, 466, 713.
Cannon Balls, velocity of, 196.
mercantile operations at, during 1827,
375—see also China.
tiers of the colony, 233, 628, 758--co-
seen off the coast, 642—births, mar.
Cargoes of Company's ships lately arrived -failure of Manhop, the great hong
from India, 134, 263, 390, 518, 768. merchant of Canton, 513, 622-new
trade edict, 622-melancholy death of
Yuen, late governor of Canton, ib.-
Spanish trade with the port of Amoy,
ib.-births and deaths, 86.
Chinese etiquette, 63-prisons, 196—nuns,
200-pawnbrokers, 376_rules for com.
position, 582-drama, 720.
Chinamen, two, executed at Calcutta, 73
-ingenious act of swindling by, 370.
Cholera on board the Warren Hastings, 128
—deaths in the 59th regt. by, 216-its
alarming ravages at Calcutta, 479, 608
Sat Bombay, 750—employment of
oxygen gas in the cure of, 716.
Christianity, observations on its introduc-
tion into India, 90.
Cinnamon, quantity produced annually in
Clunes (Capt.), notice of his plan for fa-
cilitating travelling in India, 227.
Coal found near Simla, 593.
Cochin-China-singular fancy of the peo-
ple of, in regard to eggs, 198—visit of
Mr. Crawfurd to Hué, its capital, 323
-religious buildings there, 324-state
of society in the empire, 327—its po-
pulation, 328—frequent application of
Cochineal, culture of, in India, 733.
Collectanea, No. 1.-construction of a pas-
sage in Lucretius relating to India, 549
- first introduction of the manufacture
of silk into England, ib.-similarity of
the habits of the Chinese to the ancient
Egyptians, 552 - ancient custom of
writing in verse, ib.
mination at, in May 1828, 64.
Hindoo, at Calcutta—English
Sanscrit, at Calcutta - prizes
Colonial Representation, considerations on,
Colonization, observations of a Hindu on,
Combermere (Lord), entertainment to, at
Bhurtpore, 128 -visit of, to the king
of Delhi, 213-bis inspection of the
Bengal army, 472-probable time of
his return to England, 609.
nanging of, 196.
Colton-Wool, East-India, high rate of, Duel in New South Wales, 624.
Durville (Capt.), narrative of his voyage
of discovery to the South Seas, 577.
Earthquakes in China, 26-at Manilla,
East-India annual accounts, 1828, 12,
146, 230, 521.
port of the committee of the Liverpool
East-India Association on, l-abstracts
of official accounts relating to, 521..
at, 134, 263, 390, 518, 645,768_Court
of Directors' notice to reduce the rate of
interest on Company's bonds, 515-see
Education, progress of, amongst the na-
tive females in India, 481.
Eggs, singular fancy of the Cochin-Chi-
346, 641, 722-directions for the over-
land journey from Bombay to England,
via 367, 633.
Elephants, white, at Bangkok, 197.
Elephant hunt at Ceylon, 369.
made by, 597.
May, 1828-By-Laws, 97-grant to books of the Hindus, 155_remarks
Elphinstone (Mr.), particulars of his jour-
ney from Cosseir to Thebes, 633, 750.
on the “ Designs of Russia,” 587.
262, 385, 513, 639, 759.
ther report of Mr. Richmond on his
successful operation in diseases of, 599.
king of, 213—local occurrences at, 354, Farewell (Lieut.), still at Port Natal, 233.
Fate, Hindu book of, 89.
discover the fate of La Perouse, 443, by the Oriental Herald, 616.
Féte at Pondicherry, 493 — at Parell
Fire at Calcutta, 216, 483-destruction
Timira Nasak by, 217-at Poonah, 227