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INDIAN DAILY NEWS, BENGAL PIttiKARI3 A'

INDIAN DAILY NEWS, BENGAL PIttiKARI3 A'

believe, from the accounts given by various naturalists and that theirs are two races of pariah, a laser, probably derived from Caine pallipm, and a smaller from O. Assreut Despite Jsriloa's menaeon of the jackal like dogs seen occasioually about lodiau villages, Mr. Blanfurd mu
May 18, 1877 - Indian Daily News - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 
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July 24, 1877 - Indian Daily News - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 
Y NEWS. May 18th, 1877.1 I THE ----INDIAN DAILY NEWS for on one occasion whilst riding comfortably I along my

Y NEWS. May 18th, 1877.1 I THE ----INDIAN DAILY NEWS for on one occasion whilst riding comfortably I along my

horse plumped up to hie middle into one of these pits, and you may be sure I lost , some trouble to get y companion out of the fscrape. It is believed by the credulous that the ~j., / „,... '. CORRECTED UP ..i/AT 23, 1 77. Puilosopher's Stone is somewhere in the bed of i this ri
May 18, 1877 - Indian Daily News - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 
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May 18, 1877 - Indian Daily News - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 
When frail.

When frail.

May 18, 1877 - Indian Daily News - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 
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May 18, 1877 - Indian Daily News - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 
idea, the murder of an unchaste wife is no crime. Our rulers, however, hold quite a different (Onion on the

idea, the murder of an unchaste wife is no crime. Our rulers, however, hold quite a different (Onion on the

subject, and they have accordingly made it a highly penal offence. It is well known how the whole Hiudoo commuuity was convulsed in the ease of Nobio. He was transported for life for murdering his wife who proved faithless to him, and the Hiudoos iu a body strongly protested aga
April 27, 1877 - Indian Daily News - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 
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April 27, 1877 - Indian Daily News - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 
THE FAMINE WAGE RATE.

THE FAMINE WAGE RATE.

IN the supplement to the last Gazette of India will be found the Secretary of State's formal approval of Lord Lytton's later edition of Sir John Strachey's famine policy. " The object of sav►ng life is undoubtedly paramount to all other considers- Wm But it is essential that in
April 27, 1877 - Indian Daily News - Calcutta, West Bengal, India
 
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May 25, 1877 - Indian Daily News - Calcutta, West Bengal, India