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Mush of Colonel Q. Jackson, and pending the arrival of Lieutenant Colonel 0. Wilkinson, late 4th European Light Cavalry, appointed

Mush of Colonel Q. Jackson, and pending the arrival of Lieutenant Colonel 0. Wilkinson, late 4th European Light Cavalry, appointed

°Sistine Commandant : Major H. G. Jenkins, end in Command and Squadron Officer, to officiate as Commandant. Captain C. W. Campbell, 2nd Squadron Officer, to officiate as end in Command and Squadron Officer. Lieutenant C. E. Salkeld, Officiating 3rd Squadron Officer, to officiate
April 27, 1870 - Englishman's Overland Mail - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 
Bourbon. Colombo. Bombay. Unoertain.

Bourbon. Colombo. Bombay. Unoertain.

April 27, 1870 - Englishman's Overland Mail - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 
8. C. Hooknoll & Co.

8. C. Hooknoll & Co.

EAST INDIA, CHINk_ ND AND JAPAN MERCHANTS AAGENTS, 32 Naw BROAD STRUT LONDON, E.C. MESSRS. S. C. IiOCKNgLL & CO. having a thorouy,h practical knowledge of the English and Foreign Markets together with twenty years' experience with thelndian Markets and the General Store trade in
April 27, 1870 - Englishman's Overland Mail - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 
SIR BARNES PEACOCK.

SIR BARNES PEACOCK.

We have already adverted to the fact, that Sir Barnes Peacock took his farewell leave of the Appellate Side of the High Court on Thursday last, and that the pleaders of the Court availed themselves of the opportunity to present a graceful address to the retiring Chief Justice. W
April 27, 1870 - Englishman's Overland Mail - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 
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April 27, 1870 - Englishman's Overland Mail - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 
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April 27, 1870 - Englishman's Overland Mail - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 
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November 15, 1871 - Englishman's Overland Mail - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 
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November 15, 1871 - Englishman's Overland Mail - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 
follow their own course. The upholders of the existing state of things were first in the field, and gave an

follow their own course. The upholders of the existing state of things were first in the field, and gave an

exposition of their views at meetings, from which their opponents were carefully excluded. In return, Mr. Vishnu Shastri delivered a series of four lectures on' the subject to all comers, in which he attacked:' the woik of the champion on the other side,i and with such success t
January 25, 1870 - Englishman's Overland Mail - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 
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November 15, 1871 - Englishman's Overland Mail - Calcutta, West Bengal, India