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- at Rhio, 230-at Cawnpore, 483-at absence of these inscriptions from the
Berhampore, 484.

walls of the pyramids, 470.
Fox-chase, novel, 364.

Hill (Rev. M.), preaching tour of, in
Franklin (Capt.), on the geology of Bun. Bengal, 358.
dlecund, 193.

Himalaya, productions of, 194, 465, 593.
Fortifications, Asiatic, suggestions for the Hindus, English composition hy; 40, 317
publication of a work on, 597.

-ancient manners of, 342-observa-
Fossil animal, enormous, 721.

tions by, on colonization, 356-reflec-
France, Hindu princess in, 235-ill-will tions upon their character, 692.

amongst the orientalists of, 292_im- Hindlu, poetry, 42–prophecy, 51-pil.
provements in the manufacture of beet grims, picked up at sea, 72 – law re-
root sugar in, 346-expedition from, to lating to courts of justice, 89-book of
examine the monuments of Egypt, 361, fate, ib. — story, from an old manu-
641, 722-its scientific expedition to script, 141-law books, 155 - matri-
Persia and India, 471.

monial law, 174-law of inheritance,

175-directions for the conduct of a
G.

king, 177--princess in France, 235-
Geographical Society of Paris--prizes offer story of Nitambatavi, 312-law of pe-
ed by, 195.

nance and expiation, 414-custom of
Geology of Bundlecund,193—of the Hyder writing in verse, 552-code relating to

abad country, 333—of India, 466,713– transmigration and final beatitude, 553
of the Himalayah districts, 593—of the -sculpture, 596.
banks of the Ganges and Juina, 594 Humboldt (Baron de), remarks by, on the
-of a portion of the country near Be comparison of languages, 335.
nares, 594.

Hyderabad Country, curious facts in the
Georgia, account of the literature of, 529. mineralogical history of, 333,
Glenie (Rev. J. M. S.), instituted to the

I.
archdeaconry of Colombo, 229.
Goods declared for sale at the East-India Ibn-Batouta and Ibn-Khaldoun, discovery

House, 134, 263, 390, 518, 645, 768. of some new manuscripts of, 198.
Govan (Dr.), notices by, relative to the Icebergs in the Southern Ocean, account

productions of the Himalaya, 465, 593. of, 643.
Grant (Sir J. P.), arrival of, at Bombay, India, medical effects of transition from,
83.

to Europe, 62-Dr. Ainslie's observa-
Grant (Capt.), death of, 734.

tions on the introduction of Christianity
Graves, ancient, found in the vicinity of

into, 90-essay on the geology of, 466,
Oopulgutt, 332.

713-construction of a passage of Lu-

cretius relating to, 549 – state of slave-
Greece, policy of Turkey towards, 28 -

ry in, 559, 664-report of Mr. Rich-
progress of the insurrection in, 31

mond on his manner of treating ophthal.
Turkish ferocity, and massacre of the mic diseases in, 599-essay on public
Greeks, 32-last feat of the famous
Marco Botzaris, 34-particulars of Lord

health in, by Dr. Butter, 716-intro-

duction of cochineal into, 733.
Byron's last visit to, 36-heroism of
Sophia Condulina, a native of, 471.

(British)-misrepresentations of the
Greville (Major), indictment against,

Liverpool Association on the subject of

trade to, 1-second embassy from the
736.

government of, to Ava, 80 - attack
Gun, brass, at Bilsah, described, 344.

upon the garrison of Dhundootee, and

death of Lieut. Stirling, 82-new plan
Haddock (Maj.), tragical death of, 752.

for facilitating travelling in, 227

legislation for, 265-annual accounts
Haileybury College, examination at, in

relating to, 12, 146, 230, 521-review
May 1828, 64.

of Mr. Miller's work on the adminis.
Hamadany, translation of the Three Tales tration of justice in, 328-observations
of, 568.

of a native on the colonization of, 356
Hammer (M. Von.), reply of, to some

-directions for travelling overland from,
accusations of M. Senkowski, 271. to England, via Egypt, 367— proposed
Hastings (late Marquis), site for the mo-

improvements in the army of, 453, 678,
monument and statute to, at Calcutta,

697 — proceedings of the missionaries in,
69.

26, 358, 484-preaching tour in, 358
Hayes (Mr.), drowned in the Saluen Ri.

-state of the provinces ceded to us by

Ava, 485—slavery in Bengal, 559, 664
ver, 609.

- reported insurrection at Akyab, 608,
Hesperides, situation of the garden of, 62. 731-removal of the troops from San-
Hieroglyphics, Egyptian, examined by M. dowy to Kyark Phyoo, 609-negocia-
Champollion, 346, 641-reasons of the tions with the Bheels, 631-neglect in

tle

H.

-re-

the delivery of ship letters from, in Eng. King, directions for the conduct of, 177.
land, 644 - general prosperity of the Klaproth (M.), his opinions on the pre-
country, 734

future government of, tended sheep of Se-fan, 171 – M.
649, 734.

Schmidt's reply to some animadversions
India (not British)-disgrace of Mooati of, 461-discontinuance of bis Magasin

mud al Doulah, minister of Oude, 71, Asiatique, 463-charge of plagiarism
213—native marriages at Lucknow, 355 against, ib. his answer to the charge,

- disturbances at the court of Maharaja 540.
Janoki Rao Sindhia, 74, 128, 214 Kosegarten (Prof.), notice of his “ De
visit of Lord Combermere to the King Priscâ Ægyptiorum Litteraturâ,” 58.
of Delhi, 213-operations of Runjit
Singh, 214, 355, 630, 736-warlike ac-

L.
ounts from Peshawur, 214, 355--re-

Lamaic System, analogy between, and that
fractory conduct of the Thakoors at

of the Roman Catholic Church, 345.
Joudhpore, 214, 631-quarrel in Scind,
503–occurrences at Delhi, 354, 631--

La Perouse, narrative of Capt. Dillon's

voyage to discover the fate of, 443, 716.
imbecile state of the Nawab Azof Jah,

-inventory of the articles belonging to,
736.

found at Tucopia, 448-brief narrative
(French) -- arrival of the Viscount

of Capt. Durville's expedition in search
Desbassaynes de Richmond, the new of, 577-arrival of the relics of, in
administrator-general, 80 — improve-

England, 643.
ments in, 493, 743.

Lascars, new regulation in India respect-
(Netherlands)-new regulation in

ing, 606.
regard to the Sampan pucats at Rhio, Law (Hindu) relating to courts of justice,
230-operations of the Dutch forces

89-writings in general, 155-schools
against the natives in the interior of

of Northern and Southern India, 158–
Java, 230, 375, 511_fire at Rhio, 230
-murder of the commandant at Ayer

books of the highest authority in the

schools of Southern India, 161
Bangy, 511-state of trade in Java,
620 — deplorable state of Bencoolen,

lating to matrimony, 174-to inberit-
634-new governor-general, 643-pre-

ance, 175--errors committed by Mr.

Mill in his observations on, 178–. re-
sent situation of the possessions in Java,

lating to penance and expiation, 414.
ib.-loan for, 766-births, 635.

Laws relating to India passed during the
- (Spanish)-earthquake near Manilla,

last session of Parliament, 265.
232-state of trade, ib.-exports and
imports in the year 1827, 374-solicita- Letters, bounty on, imported into Cal-
tions of the English merchants at Ma-

cutta by sea, 216–neglect of ship cap-
nilla for naval protection, ib. natural

tains in the landing of, 644.
productions and trade of the Philippine Liverpool East-India Association, misre-
Islands, 622, 751.

sentations of, in regard to the trade with
Indigo, state of the crops of, in Bengal,

India, 1.
in May, 630-in June, 736.

London University-appointment of orien-
Indo-Britons, their progress in education,

tal professors for, 236.
481.

Loonar, analysis of the Saline lake at,
Inheritance, Hindu law of, 175.

333.
Invalids, effects of their removal from In-

Low (Capt.), notice of his digest of Sia-
dia to Europe, 62-native, 354.

mese law, 96.

Lowe (Sir Hudson), assaulted at the
J.

Mauritius, 508, 637,
Jaculator Fish, account of, 343.

Lucknow—see India (not British).
James (Dr.)—see Bishop of Calcutta.

M.
Janizaries, account of their abolition, 437.
Japan, literary accounts from, 196. Macao, government of, vested in a com-
Java-see India (Netherlands).

mission, 232—death of the Bishop, ib.

-present state of, 278.
Job, opinions on the composition of the
book of, 441.

Madagascar, warlike operations of the king

of, 232-his letter on the death of Mr.
Joudhpore-refractory conduct of the tha-

. Hastie, 374-new tariff at, 758.
koors at, 214, 631.

Madras Government (General orders of)
K.

-appropriation of the profits arising
Kaira, military station at, relinquished,

from regimental canteens, 220-num-

ber of officers to be absent on staff em-
503.

ployments, ib.--European officers to be
Khazars, account of, 189.

appointed riding-masters, ib.-altera-
Khyangs, customs of, 168.

tions and reductions in the army esta-
Kiakhta, solar phenomena observed at, 643. blishment, 221 — practice of courts.
Asiatic Journ. Vol.26. No. 156.

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- at Rhio, 230—at Cawnpore, 483-at absence of these inscriptions from the
Berhampore, 484.

walls of the pyramids, 470.
For-chase, novel, 364.

Hill (Res. M.), preaching tour of, in
Franklin (Capt.), on the geology of Bun. Bengal, 358.
dlecund, 193.

Himalaya, productions of, 194, 465, 593.
Fortifications, Asiatic, suggestions for the Hindus, English composition by, 10, 317
publication of a work on, 597.

-ancient manners of, 312-observa-
Fossil animal, enormous, 721.

tions by, on colonization, 356—reflec-
France, Hindu princess in, 235-ill-will tions upon their character, 692.

amongst the orientalists of, 292-im Hinilu, poetry, 42—prophecy, 51-pil-
provements in the manufacture of beet grims, picked up at sea, 72-law re-
root sugar in, 346-expedition from, to lating to courts of justice, 89-book of
examine the monuments of Egypt, 364, fate, ib. — story, from an old manu-
641, 722—its scientific expedition to script, 141-law books, 155 — matri-
Persia and India, 471.

monial law, 174-law of inheritance,

175-directions for the conduct of a
G.

king, 177-princess in France, 235–
Geographical Society of Paris--prizes offer story of Nitambatavi, 312-law of pe-
ed by, 195.

nance and expiation, 414-custom 0
Geology of Bundlecund, 193–of the Hyder writing in verse, 552-code relating

abad country, 333—of India, 466,713– transmigration and final beatitude, 55
of the Himalayah districts, 593—of the -sculpture, 596.
banks of the Ganges and Juinna, 594 Humboldt (Baron de), remarks by, oni'
of a portion of the country near Be comparison of languages, 335.
nares, 594.

Hyderabad Country, curious facts in
Georgia, account of the literature of, 529. mineralogical history of, 333,
Glenie (Rev. J. M. S.), instituted to the

I.
archdeaconry of Colombo, 229.
Goods declared for sale at the East-India Ibn-Balouta and Ibn-Khaldoun, disco

House, 134, 263, 390, 518, 645, 768. of some new manuscripts of, 198.
Govan (Dr.), notices by, relative to the Icebergs in the Southern Ocean, acc

productions of the Himalaya, 465, 593. of, 643.
Grant (Sir J. P.), arrival of, at Bombay, India, medical effects of transition :
83.

to Europe, 62- Dr. Ainslie's ob
Grant (Capt.), death of, 734.

tions on the introduction of Christ
Graves, ancient, found in the vicinity of

into, 90-essay on the geology of

713-construction of a passage o
Oopulgutt, 332.

cretius relating to, 549 - state of
Greece, policy of Turkey towards, 28 -

ry in, 559, 664-report of Mr.
progress of the insurrection in, 31

mond on his manner of treating
Turkish ferocity, and massacre of the

mic diseases in, 599-essay on
Greeks, 32-last feat of the famous
Marco Botzaris, 34-particulars of Lord

health in, by Dr. Butter, 716-

duction of cochineal into, 733.
Byron's last visit to, 36-heroism of
Sophia Condulina, a native of, 471.

(British) —misrepresentation
Greville (Major), indictment against,

Liverpool Association on the si

trade to, 1-second embassy f:
736.

government of, to Ava, 80 -
Gun, brass, at Bilsah, described, 344.

upon the garrison of Dhundeo
H.

death of Lieut. Stirling, 82---1
Haddock (Maj.), tragical death of, 752.

for facilitating travelling in,

legislation for, 265-annual
Haileybury College, examination at, in

relating to, 12, 146, 230, 521
May 1828, 64.

of Mr. Miller's work on the
Hamadany, translation of the Three Tales tration of justice in, 328- 01-
of, 568.

of a native on the colonization
Hammer (M. Von.), reply of, to some

-directions for travelling over
accusations of M. Senkowski, 271.

to England, via Egypt, 367 --
Hastings (late Marquis), site for the mo-

improvements in the army of,
monument and statute to, at Calcutta,

697— proceedings of the miss.
69.

26, 358, 484– preaching tui
Hayes (Mr.), drowned in the Saluen Ri.

-state of the provinces cedei.

Ava, 485–slavery in Benga
ver, 609.

-reported insurrection at
Hesperides, situation of the garden of, 62. 731-removal of the troops
Hieroglyphics, Egyptian, examined by M. dowy to Kyark Phyoo, Of":

Champollion, 346, 641— reasons of the tions with the Bheels, 631-.

pany, ib.-emancipists called upon to Oriental Herald, misrepresentation in, 616.
attend as jurors, 380—convicts, ib. Oude, change of ministry at, 71, 213,
discovery of a silver mine, ib.-aban-

355.
donment of the settlement at Western
Port, ib.-unhealthy state of the settle-

Oudipore, self-immolation of the Ranee
ments at Melville Island, Port Raffles,

of, 631.
and Port Essington, ib. -account of Overland Journey from Bombay 10 Eng-
the proposed settlement at Swan River,

land, directions for, 367.
380, 387-arrival of the H.C.'s ship

P.
Research, with the relics of La Perouse, Pawnbrokers—Chinese, account of, 376.
381-curious indigenous plant, 468–
trial of Mr. Atkin for killing Mr. Pen-

Paris, prizes offered by the Geographical

Society of, 195- Hindu princess at, 235
berthy in a duel, 624-anniversary ad-
dress of the Agricultural and Horti-

-ill-will amongst the orientalists at,
cultural Society, 625 — miraculous

292—prizes proposed by the Academy
draught of fishes, ib.-East-India Col.

of Inscription and Belles-Lettres of,
lege, 626-spirit-drinking, 722-births,

345 — progress made by the young
marriages, and deaths, 381, 636.

Egyptian students at, 597 — trial of

Mr. Counter at, 643.
New Zealand-state of the islands, 382-
melancholy situation of the celebrated

Parliamentary notices House of Lords

-petition against the Calcutta stamp-
chief, Shungee, 383 — arrival of Mr.

tax, 129 - equalization of the sugar
Earl, the artist, ib.-death of Shungee, .

duties, 233.
628.

House of Com-
Newspapers (English)—comparative num-
ber of the several, published at Cal-

mons-stamp acts in India, 129-cri-

minals laws in India, ib.- East-India
cutta, 73—complaints against the heavy

trade, ib.-insolvents in India, ib.-
postage of, in India, 217—hints for

Calcutta stamp-tax, 130 members
their free circulation at Madras, 280.

taking office in India, ib.-list of pe-
(Indian native) extracts from

titions presented to, during the late ses-
-wonders of the Rainbow man-of sion, 514.
war, 61-affairs of Oude, 71, 213, Parliamentary Papers-India revenue and
355, 631-occurrences at Gwalior, 74,
214-Lord Combermere's visit to the

territorial debt, 239-shipping, 240

Carnatic commission, 337 - Tanjore
king of Delhi, 213 - operations of
Punjeet Singh, 214, 355, 630-con-

commission, 338 East-India trade,

521.
duct of the Burmese at Rangoon, 214
-predictions of the Delhi astrologers,

Passengers of ships to and from India, 133
354-escape of a female from the fune-

237, 389, 516, 644, 767.
ral pile, 607-a pestilential blast, 631. Paterson (Dr.), memorial of, on the true
(MSS.) of the Mogul court,

origin of the earth, 69.
presented to the Asiatic Society, 335. Penang (local occurrences at)-nomina-
Niger River, opinions of ancient writers

tion of justices of the peace, 85—mur.
on the course of, 152.

der of seamen belonging to the H.
Nile, opinions of ancient writers on the

C.'s ship Inglis, ib. arrival of Malay
origin of the river, 152.

emigrants, 229-murder by a high-caste

Brahmin, ib. local disputes, 369-
Nitambatavi, story of, 342.

prohibitions in regard to the opium
Norton (Mr.), appointed advocate-general trade, 370-reported removal of the

at Madras, 502-letter from the Bom seat of government to Malacca, 505–
bay government to, 618.

rates of Penang spices in England,
Nuddeah Rivers, depth of water in, 215.

506-arrival of Chinese junks, ib.
Nuns, Chinese, account of, 200.

shipments for London, ib. trial

of Capt. Hodge for endeavouring to
0.

provoke a duel, 618m-trade in warlike
Observatory, new, at Bombay, 367.

stores, 619-attempt to burn the ship

Anna, 634-piracy on the west coast,
Ochterlony (Sir D.), subscription for erect-

ib. commercial speculations, 752 -
ing a column to the memory of, 354. births, marriages, and deaths, 85, 229,
Ophir- of Solomon, attempt to identify it 371, 506.
with Ava, 572, 655.

Persepolis, account of fragments from the
Ophthalmia, Mr. Richmond's report on, ruins of, 334.
599.

Persia, particulars relating to the late war
Opium, prohibition at Penang in regard to with Russia, 371, 624, 756-names of

the trade of, 370—consumption of, in the chiefs who took an active part with
China, 537, 621.

the Russians, 373_account of Abbas
Oopulgutt, ancient graves in the vicinity of,

Mirza's retreat, ib.
332.

Peshawer-see India (not British).
5 G 2

Peshwa,

martial, 610-dress of the army, 611 Matrimony, Hindu law of, 174.
-absence of commanding officers from Matthews (Mr. Justice), death of, 751.
their corps, ib.-command of detach-

Mauritius, loss of the George Canning at,
ments, ib.-reduction in the establish-

134, 233-cultivation and manufacture
ment of tent lascars and dooly bearers,
ib.--relative situations of surgeons of

of sugar in, 401—assault upon Sir

Hudson Lowe at, 508, 637—state of
his Majesty's and Company's regiments,

the colony, 509.
ib.-regulation for the sentences of na-
tive courts-martial, 612

Mechanical Power, progress of, 343.

regimental
schools, 613-disbursements, 740-pas-

Medical and Physical Soeiety of Calcutta,
sage maney of officers to England, ib. proceedings of, 184, 339, 716.
transfer horses, 741-salaries of garri. Meerut, ball at, 494.
son surgeons, ib.- British subjects, ib. Menu, analysis of the code of, 174, 290,
-courts-martial on officers, 76, 222, 414, 553.
487, 613-civil, ecclesiastical, and mi-

Metempsychosis, the, 688.
litary appointments, and furloughs, 77,
223, 361, 488, 741.

Mignan (Lieut.), his account of the ruins

of Ahrouz, 95.
Madras (local occurences at)-examina-
tion of native students, 79_resignation

Mill (Mr.), errors, committed by him in
of Archdeacon Vaughan, ib.

his observations on the Hindu law, 178

races, -critical examination of several pas-
80, 363-address to Mr. Compton, late
advocate-general, ib.-subscription for

sages in his work, by a Hindu, 317.
the mariners shipwrecked in the late

Miller (Mr.), review of his work “ On the
storm, 223_free circulation of English

Administration of Justice in British
newspapers, 280--the late defalcation India," 328.
of Mr. Ricketts, 281 entertainment Mineralogy, lectures on, at Calcutta, 215.
to Mr. Compton, 361-regulations of Missionaries, remarks on their proceedings
the Madras hunt, 363-Literary So in the East, 26-notice of Dr. Marsh-
ciety, 364_arrival of the new arch man's “ Statement" relative to those at
deacon, 493—arrival of Lord W. Ben Serampore, 57-preaching tour in Ben-
tinck, 743_new member of council, gal, 358-dismissal of the Roman Ca-
744-shipping arrivals and departures, tholics from China, 468.
births, inarriages, and deaths, 81, 225,

Moelmyne, account of, 423.
364, 493, 615, 744.

Montgomery (R), notice of his « Omni.
Madras, revenue systems at, 145.

présence of the Deity;" 592.
Supreme Court notice in regard Moonlight, effect of, on the eyes, 200.
to receivers of estates, 364_trial of Moorshedabad, great drought at, 482.
Fukr un Nissa Begum and others, for
manslaughter, 489-application of T:

Morrison (Dr.), his attempt to reduce the
H. Baber, esq., 743-native jurors, 744.

Canton dialect to Roman writing, 343.
Literary Society its history, 332

Murder of European sailors by Malay
review of Part I. of its Transactions,

pirates. 85-committed by a Brahmin
ib.--Mr. Lushington consents to be-

at Penang, 229–of the Dutch com-
come patron of, 364.

mandant at Ayer Bongy, 511-at Pe-
Military Fund hints regarding

king, ib.-at Bombay, 618.
some of the existing regulations of,

575.
Mahabuleshwar Hills, account of, 749.

Nana Furnevees, autobiographical memoir

of, 9).
Mahamaleipuram, account of the sculp-

Nautical Notice-new anchorage at Calag-
tures and inscriptions at, 95.

youk island, 199.
Malacca -abolition of the vendue depart-
ment at, 371-reported removal of the

Navigation, steam, 729.
seat of government from Penang to,

Nepaul, inquiries as to the existence of
505, 50h - importance of the settle-

Buddhism in, 334.
ment, 506_remarks upon its present

New South Wales, considerations on the
state, 507-conflict with pirates near,

petition of the inhabitants of, for a.
619.

local legislature, 397-banking arrange-
Malcolm (Sir Chas.), assumes charge of

ment in London with, 643.
the Bombay marine, 615.

New South Wales (local occurrences at)-
Manhop, the hong merchant, failure of,

state of the botanical garden at Sydney,
513.

198 — colonial appointments, 377,-

trial of Dr. Wardell before the Supreme
Manillasee India (Spanish).

Cour for a libel on the governor, 378.
Marine, Bombay, privileges to, 365, 496 criminal informations against the go-
new uniform for, 746.

vernment secretary, ib.--colonial reve.
Marshman (Dr.), review of his “ State nues and appropriations for 1826, 379
ment relative to Serampore," 57.

--grant of land to the Australian Com-

pany

N.

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