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

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William H. Allen, 1852 - China
 

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Contents

Cashmere probibition of ladies to visit 315 Lambert Commodore 3 154 186 217 Sikh 3rd Irregulars volunteer of for ser
538
Australia emigration to
548
Collision between 6th and 64th N I 411 Moolcan Field Force 2 34 58 88 122 Tahiti 283 507
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Bennet Ens 70
555
Dyce Sombre will of the late 253 578 Mineral spring 158
561
Cave temples of Western India 650 Ameers of Scinde 394
568
Changes and Promotions
569
Earthquakes 158 543
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Burmese war the 360 396 461 495 559
578
Bombay Steam Navigation Company 328 Pacha project for raising the 102
582
Euclid Arabic translations of 265 Ballaram Gunput case of 650
588
Burmah war in 328 329
593
India 525
599
Delhi the king of
602
Fire produced by air
606
Civil Service Bonus Fund 522 611 Poona
612
Absentee regulations
615
Gour ruins of 301
619
Human remains 430
625
Goa rebellion at 226
631
Dhulleep Sing
634
Forgery
636
AbdelKader 530
641
ADEN 454 521 550
647
Jewish sect of Shabbatbai Zevi 107 Court of Directors and Proprietary
651
Africa expedition into Central 689 Empson the late W 716
657
EAST INDIA HOUSE 25 53 82 115
665
Gold in the Mahratta country 488 615 Russia designs of in the East 680 Gold in Southern India 611
677
Assyrian antiquities 465
687
CommanderinChief the 227
689
Moustache order the 253
692
Harding Dr 14
694
STOCKS AND SECURITIES c 26
697
Aeng Pass 511
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Fourth Sikh regiment 606
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Deceased officers and men effects of 196 Mitchell Lieut C H M s 75th regt 738 BOMBAY 15 71 104 135 136 198
703
Hyderabad
709
Kenery inscription
713
Affghan expedition the fatal 669
716
Gales 63
722
Affghanistan 479
724
Mahapurushyas the 172
725
Ganges bridge across the 542
728
AngloRussian fabrics 286
735
Indore massacre of prisoners at 166 Suttee 708
736
Government observatory
737
Government steamers free passage in 329 Reid Ens D 2nd Gren N I 417 453 554 616 615 681
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Metallic vessels and coins ancient 393 Emigration from Madras
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