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Mr. Erskine, one of the vice-presidents invalid pension establishment, 177–
of interpreler in native corps-order
officers-remission of sentence of sus-
the Commander-in-Chief in his tour to
Hauper to be made a third station for
invalids--native officers promoted for
good conduct-order for the guidance
of the annual station invaliding com-
mittees, 181-arrangement for the ad-
justment of accounts between Govern-
-rule respecting invalids from the
adopted for instruction and general im-
ment for travellers in India, account of, committees authorized for transaction of
the details of the Orphan Fund-aug-
mentation of the subordinate medical
servants authorized for the Presidency
General Hospital, 276 – question res-
pecting estates of deceased officers of
H.M. regiments decided-medical offi.
cers directed to be consulted before lay-
editor of, ordered to leave India, 470 pitals, 277 — new office of Revenue
made to native princes,657-courts mar-
notification of transfer to the new tary appointments, promotions, and fure
Supreme Court-case of libel ;
singular case of Hindu widows, 285
-pertinacity of a native witness, 285–
case of Mr. Arnott, assistant editor of
Asiatic Society, meetings of, held
in May, July, September, and Novem-
ber 1823, 14, 168, 377, 516.
Agricultural and Horticultural
Society, meetings of, held in July and
November 1823, 169, 649.
Medical and Physical Society-
resolutions adopted at the first meeting,
50_objects of the Society, 51-election
Calcuta Parental Academic Institution; nation of the students at, Dec. 4, 1829,
51-motion relating to, made by Jr.
Kinnaird at a Court of Proprietors at
the East-India House, 301-debates at
the East-India House on Mr. Kin.
naird's motion, 314, 381, 521, 541-re-
marks by Mr. Macdonald on the useful.
ness of the institution, 367.
Bethel Society; enlargement of College of Fort William ; discourse deliver-
ed before, by the Hon. John Adam,
on the 18th July 1823, 80—works in
the press patronized by the College
Council, 84-examination of the stu-
dents of, holden in June 1823, 85.
of Fort St. George; Hon. Sir T.
Munro's address to the students of, on
the completion of the first half-yearly
examination, 3011 June 1823, 200—
at Singapore; objects of the insti.
Conway (Capt.), and his lady drowned
near Patna, 668.
Coptic, its affinity to the languages of the
north of Asia and the north-east of
Cornvallis (Marquess), mausoleum erected
over the remains of, at Ghazeepore, 481
-description of the altar-tomb to be
placed in the mausoleum, 482.
Corrie (Rev. D.), installed Archdeacon of
Court Martial on Capt. A. C. Dunsmure,
10th regt. Bengal N.I., 183-on Lieut.
J. D. Carroll, H.M. 86th regt., 184-
on Lieut. Col. J. S. Harriot, 32d regt.
Bengal N. I., 555-on Lieut. c. H.
Heriot, 4th regt. Bengal L.C., 657.
Liffey and Alligator at Madras, 201. Crimea, great success of a missionary
Crops, state of, in Bengal, in July and
residence in New Zealand reviewed, 157.
Dawk, projected improvement in, 651.
its prospectus, 473-meeting of, held Debates at the East-India House, Dec. 17,
56-Monument to the late Charles
Grant, Esq., 57-Feb. 11, 1824-Mar-
quess of Hastings, 302–India Bonds,
$19-Feb. 25–Haileybury College, 314
- Feb. 27- Haileybury College, 381–
March 3-Services of the Marquess of
Hastings, 420_March 5-India Bonds
--Haileybury College (final debate),
521-March 24 - Marquess of Has
tings, '541—Haileybury College, 544–
quess of Hastings-Prosecution of Tag-
Directors of the East - Iudia Company for Grain, great scarcity of, in the line of
country between Nellore and Ganjam-
stores of, belonging to native merchants
plundered by a mob at Madras, 570.
General Orders.-See Calcutta, Madras,
Geological Society, papers relating to Asia
read before, 276, 380.
Greeks, subscription in behalf of, opened
at Calcutta, 661-circular of the Greek
government to the members of the
Eastern church, 662.
Goods declared for sale at the East-India
House, 115, 219, 479, 589, 687.
Grant (Chas. Esq.), debate at the East-
India House respecting a monument
Guynne (Horace), his Abdallah, an Orien-
tal Poem, reviewed, 373.
Haileybury College, examination at, 54-
Bombay Literary Society, on his re specting, 56, 314, 381, 521, 544-re-
marks on, by Mr, Macdonald, 367.
Half-pay to Company's retired officers in-
Wm. Ousely, from a paper read before Hastings (Marquess), sketch of the history
the Royal Society of Literature, 273. and administration of (continued from
-Madras, 474, 581-- Bombay, 474, Governor of Malta, 299—debates at
the East India House respecting his
services, 302, 420, 541.
Heber (Dr.), his arrival at Fort William,
471-sacred poetry by, 511, 642.
Hindoos, account of the Jainas, a sect of,
22-extracts from the journal of a tra-
veller, 148-researches into the Astro.
nomy of, 656.
Home Intelligence- new organization of
Maj. Gen. Macquarie by the colonists of
made tribes of Khisgis and Kalmucks,
said to have placed themselves under
that of Russia-value of goods at the
silver salver presented to Sir Thomas
Staunton by the members of the British
factory in China, 213-Court of King's
Bench : Sir W. Rumbold v. the Indian
Observer, for a libel, 299-formation
of an association for promoting emigra.
tion to New Zealand - declaration of
war against the Algerines -alteration in
the revenue laws in regard to silks, 300,
474– establishment of an Oriental Club,
473, 573, 682-settlement of Bencoolen
made by Mr. Hume respecting, in the
tive state, found in South America, 655. tween Great Britain and the Nether.
ham's petition to the House of Com-
mons-regulation of the tea trade at Government, 211-failure of an as
Indigo--state of the plant in the Bengal
districts, in Aug. 1823, 196-mode of
its manufacture, 650.
Instruction, measures adopted by the Bes-
gal Goverument for, 190.
of Turkish Grammar, 502.
among the Dutch troops at Minto-
Dutch expedition against the pirates of
made by Mr. Pelly on the subject of the successful-death of Aroeng Polekla,
king of Boni, 208 — regulation for
the granting of leases in the island,
Sept. 1823—death of his Highness the
Soesochoenan of Soeracarta, 297-Dar-
rative of the war between the Batarian
Government and the Padrees in San
tra, 611-deaths, 108.
Juggernauth, account of the temple and
226_journal of a route from, to Agra,
Kiakta, new regulation respecting the
tea-trade at, 682.
272_his literary labours, 273.
Launch of a steam-packet at Calcutta,
195—of the Penang Merchant at Ran-
to Asia read before, 275, 380.
Mausoleum erected over the remains of
Marquess Cornwallis near Ghazee-
pore; its description, 481-of Eatimad-
ul-Dowlah at Agra, also described, 638.
Medals of the ancient Musulman kings of
Bengal ; explanation of five of them,
resolutions adopted at the first meeting,
50—objects of the society, 51-election
of honorary members-communication
read detailing the effects of the new
remedy iodine, in goitre (ghiga of the
drabad for Calcutta through indisposi-
Mhow, route from towards Calcutta, via
Saugor and Mirzapore, 16.
Military Appointments.--See Calcutta, Ma.
298-arrival of a Catholic bishop at
Calcutta on his way to Tibet, 569– Pro-
frank official correspondence, 102. Monument to be erected by subscription to
- improvements in the city, 287 Calcutta, in St. Paul's Cathedral, 277,
286-to be erected to the memory of
Morgan (Mrs.) and child drowned off
extensive Chinese library brought
Munro (Sir Thos.), Governor of Madras,
Murder of a parsee at Bombay-of two
Muriatic Acid detected in a river in South
India Director, 473.
Natal, a British settlement in Sumatra,
account of, 592.
Native traveller, 148-powers of India
viewed generally, 357-female school
societies, 471-auto-biography of a man
of learning, 629.
and Ladleymohun Tagore at Calcutta,