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monotonous one. At Home, as a private soldier very justly points out in the Pioneer of Monday last, a military

monotonous one. At Home, as a private soldier very justly points out in the Pioneer of Monday last, a military

life is " gay and happy, more especially in barracks, where everything is done to make him comfortable. There are magnificent libraries; all the periodicals and newspapers of the day ; billiard rooms, cricket grounds, refreshment rooms, game rooms, gymnasiums, and good barracks,
October 12, 1870 - Englishman's Overland Mail - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 
THE " ENGLISHMAN'S " OVERLAND MAIL.

THE " ENGLISHMAN'S " OVERLAND MAIL.

of power naturally imparts an air of dignits and command. It is to be regretted that His Excellency will have but little time for studying the mysteries of Native Government, or of judging whether their own somewhat rough and ready system, or our more elaborate and finished mode
October 12, 1870 - Englishman's Overland Mail - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 
for January and February, but only for so much on account as regards March, on the ground that the salary

for January and February, but only for so much on account as regards March, on the ground that the salary

fur that month, barna paid in April, belonged to the income of the finerneial year, commencing --appropriately for the Indian ktuancial Depart- meut—on All Fouls' Day. of course is absurd. for the salary ()trued iu March belongs to March, and, for anything the Collector knew to
October 12, 1870 - Englishman's Overland Mail - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 
PORT OP CALCUTTA.

PORT OP CALCUTTA.

_ __ Ten following vessels have arrived from, and departed for, Ilritish and Foreign Ports, sinew the departure of our last Overland Mail :
October 12, 1870 - Englishman's Overland Mail - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 
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October 12, 1870 - Englishman's Overland Mail - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 
WEDNESDAY, 11TH MAY.

WEDNESDAY, 11TH MAY.

FATAT. ACCIDENT.—Tho Pioneer announces the death of Mr. C. E. Leatheq, Clerk of the Peace in Bomhay,by falling down a khud about two marches beyond Khotgar in the Simla district. The wife of the unfortunate gentleman witnessed the shocking 3ccideut. Mr. Loathes was buried at Kho
May 11, 1870 - Englishman's Overland Mail - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 
TEA.

TEA.

Mews. Morin also state :—" In oonsoquenoe athe ec.u•city of rain in the : districts the, manufacture did not counnetwo this reason until lunch later than and then on a very small scale only, the "ilashss" being po.ir, and we have oousequently nu business to report in this articl
May 11, 1870 - Englishman's Overland Mail - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 
INDIAN FISCAL =FORMS.

INDIAN FISCAL =FORMS.

We trust, for the sake of his own repute,- tion, that Mr. Sumner Maine had nothing to do with the article on "Indian Fiscal Reforms," which appears in the Saturday &- view of the 6th of August. It is one that will make the ears of every honest man, who possesses any real knowled
September 3, 1870 - Englishman's Overland Mail - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 
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September 3, 1870 - Englishman's Overland Mail - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 
spared, and that the Army of Occupation is at present reduced to the smallest dimensions 'consistent with safety. If this

spared, and that the Army of Occupation is at present reduced to the smallest dimensions 'consistent with safety. If this

be the case, bow can it be said that India pays for the cost of a great part of the British army, at least if the writer intends to impress upon his readers the conviction that a considerable body of troops is " turned out to grass," as it were, in the plains of India, whence it
September 3, 1870 - Englishman's Overland Mail - Calcutta, West Bengal, India