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February 2, 1871 - Friend of India and Statesman - Serampore, West Bengal, India
 
_.. _ .. [TwayAm 23, 1871. principal opposition will be among th e ed workmen ; and yet men like

_.. _ .. [TwayAm 23, 1871. principal opposition will be among th e ed workmen ; and yet men like

Mr. er call for war. HERE is a report that the Government is icing the forces in India to ease the linen- and that the Native States are to he 3d upon to support what troops they have. do not know what degree of truth theni the rumour, but it certainly looks very like ;Teat mist
February 23, 1871 - Friend of India and Statesman - Serampore, West Bengal, India
 
FEBRUARY 28, 1871.] THE "QUARTERLY REVIEW" ON INDIAN REVENUE. Ax article on the Revenues of India in the slew number

FEBRUARY 28, 1871.] THE "QUARTERLY REVIEW" ON INDIAN REVENUE. Ax article on the Revenues of India in the slew number

of the Quarterly Review contains some useful and suggestive facts, and a fair amount of padding. Looking at the titles of the g papers at the head of the article—the " Financial Statements of Mr. Wilson, Mr. Laing, Sir C. Trevelyan, Mr. Massey and Sir Richard Temple"—we expected
February 23, 1871 - Friend of India and Statesman - Serampore, West Bengal, India
 
THE FRIEND OF INDIA. as revenue about half the rental of its Indian territories," the remaining half going in the

THE FRIEND OF INDIA. as revenue about half the rental of its Indian territories," the remaining half going in the

commutative process to the farmers of the revenue or the actual cultivators of the land. Abolishing a nwuber of very bad native taxes, paying native servants at a fair rate, and putting down the levy of fees and perquisites : We have a moderate system of duties on the sea borte
February 23, 1871 - Friend of India and Statesman - Serampore, West Bengal, India
 
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THE "CALCUTTA REVIEW". ON 1 . 1 AUM OISII. THE first of the two papers that we left over from lust week is on "Bralituoistn, its History and Literature." The literature wepeed not now refer to; the history is, we should say, likely to be an enduring feature of the century. The w
February 2, 1871 - Friend of India and Statesman - Serampore, West Bengal, India
 

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ADMINISTRATIVE MEN IN INDIA.

ADMINISTRATIVE MEN IN INDIA.

Pi:MAPS there is no country in the world that could present an occurrence at all like that now existing at Patna. In a court over which an officiating Joint Magistrate presides, without high legal help, the Government of India is suffering a state trial of great importance to be
February 23, 1871 - Friend of India and Statesman - Serampore, West Bengal, India
 
-11-I'IE FRIEND OF INDIA.

-11-I'IE FRIEND OF INDIA.

FRIEND OF INDIA. monopolized it. But it is much to be questioned whether the P. and 0. will be able to maintain their position, though relieved from the oompetition of the Alessageries Imperiale. There are half a dozen advertisements in the Tinges of this week, of steamers cleari
February 2, 1871 - Friend of India and Statesman - Serampore, West Bengal, India
 
[Fesamisi 8, 1871.

[Fesamisi 8, 1871.

rtin, on board, en routs ?ortemou di on Tuesday. on Wednesday mornplaners in the Anglesey lt, which were vacated 25th Regiment. They troceed to Dover, as was I to Portsdown and occn- of forts, stretching front hick had been prepared smonth garrison is therelian it has been fur m
February 2, 1871 - Friend of India and Statesman - Serampore, West Bengal, India
 
THE FRIEND OF INDIA.

THE FRIEND OF INDIA.

The Reverend Mr. Vaughan of the Church Missionary Society was brutally assaulted the other evening near the Calcutta Uuiversity buildings. Mr. Vaughan was preaching to the natives in College Street when a gang of men of the" Young Bengal" class, apparently half drunk, came up an
February 2, 1871 - Friend of India and Statesman - Serampore, West Bengal, India
 
Bombay.

Bombay.

It is strarze that time than nne•sixth of the candidates who preenti.il theni , eives for that Matr'culation Examination of the University at romhay have passed this year, whereas more than of the candidates who went up to the Bengali University examination were successful. Thi
February 2, 1871 - Friend of India and Statesman - Serampore, West Bengal, India