Allen's Indian Mail, and Register of Intelligence for British and Foreign India, China, and All Parts of the East, Volume 10

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Contents

Ali Mourad 560 753
464
OF MAILS
473
Ameers of Scinde 210
477
Forster Capt W R 542 of Mount Aboo church on
479
Ajdaha the steamer 488
488
Byelaws 397
498
Jewish sect of Shabbathai Zevi 107 Court of Directors and Proprietary 651
501
frċ Marseilles on the 8th and 24th if either of these days
505
Aeng Pass
511
Affghan expedition the fatal 669
517
Lithuanians language of the
526
Gal 63
540
Affray 37
543
Antiquities
550
Trigonometrical survey
561
Bonus Fund 5 6 63
566
Attorneys meeting of 390
568
Mandar hill the
574
Australia emigration to 551
577
Ballarum Gunput in the matter of 643
583
Oriental and Hyberborean antiguities 492 Governments of Madras and Bombay
591
Burmah war in 328 329 tot
608
Conversion
614
Qoran the 681
627
Africa expedition into Central 689 Empson the late W 716
628
Goa rebellion at 226
631
Fagan Capt C G 287
638
Gold in the Mabratta country 488 615 Russia designs of in the East 680 Gold in Southern India 641 677
641
Gray death of Surg P 709
648
Peacock Barnes 288
674
Gwalior 5
676
Grievance an alleged 454
678
Assyrian antiquities 465
687
Harding Dr 14
694
mails 498
695
Hyderabad
709
Rock cut caves of Aurungabad 107 Madras sepoys sentence upon the 77 722 756
722
Indian Marriage Act 227 390
728
Stock charges of cruelty against Capt
729
AngloRussian fabrics 286
735
Indore massacre of prisoners at 166 Suttee 708
736
OFFICIAL DESPATCHES
742
China rate of exchange for H M s naval COURTSMARTIAL
753
116
757
Government steamers free passage in 329 Reid Ens D 2nd Gren N I 417 453 554 616 645 681
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