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  • Firminger, Ven Walter Kelly (Calcutta: R. CAMBRAY & Co., 1812-07-28)
    It had been my intention to prefix to this third and last volume a sketch of the career of Sir Thomas Munro. In view, however, of the very low rate at which it is hoped that this work may remain on sale, and in view ...
  • The Government of India (The Government of India, 1890-10-30)
    On the Geology and Mineral Resources o f the DarjIl in g District and the Western DuXrs, by F. R. M a l le t , f.g.s., Geological Survey o f India. For many years the existence of coal has been rumoured from time to ...
  • Wilson, William (Longmans, Green and Co., 1899-03-11)
    n this book I endeavour to complete a task which has occupied a large part of my life. Thirty-four years ago my attention was drawn .to the historical materials in the record rooms of Bengal, and the inquiries then ...
  • Unknown author (Office of the superintendent, Government Printing, 1902)
  • George, A. Grierson (The Superintendent of Government Printing, India, 1908-02-24)
    Rajasthani means literally the language of Rajasthan, or' Rajwara, the country Name of language, where of the Rajputs. The name, as connoting a language, has spoken been invented for the purposes of this Survey, in order ...
  • Unknown author (The National Council of Education Bengal, 1908-06-21)
    Oil the 16th of November 1905, several leading citizens of Bengal' met in Conference in the rooms of the Bengal Landholders’ Association in Park Stree t to consider the question of National Education For some time past ...
  • O'Malley, L.S.S.; Chakravarti, Monmohan (The Bengal Secretariat Book Depot., Calcutta, 1909-10-07)
    The district of Howrah is situated in the south-east of the Gehebaii Burdwan Division between 22° 13' and 22° 47' north latitude and to.EIP" between 87° 51' and 88° 22' east longitude. With an area of 510 square miles ...
  • Gait, E.A.; et al. (Superintend of Government Printing, Calcutta, 1909-11-30)
    Trife articles contained in these volumes were compiled before the transfer of the Districts in Eastern Bengal to a new Province; but footnotes have been added, wherever possible, to show, statistics for the area of the ...
  • O'Malley, L.S.S. (The Bengal Secretariat Book Depot., Calcutta, 1910-07-19)
    Birbhum , the northernmost district of the Burdwan Division, is situated between 23° 33' and 24° 35' north latitude and between 87° 10' and 88° 2' east longitude. It extends over 1,752 square TI0N’ miles, and has a ...
  • Garrett, J.H.E. (The Bengal Secretariat Book Depot., Calcutta, 1910-10-07)
    The district of Nadia forms the north-eastern portion of the general , Presidency Division, .and lies between north latitude 24° 11' and 22° 53', and east longitude 89° 22' and 88° 9'. It extends over an area of 2,793 ...
  • Coupland, H. (The Bengal Secretariat Book Depot., Calcutta, 1910-12-24)
    The account of Manbhum district contained in this volume has. been compiled from the Statistical Account of Bengal, volume X V I I , by Sir W. W. Hunter, and from materials gathered from local records. In the sections dealing ...
  • O'Malley, L.S.S. (The Bengal Secretariat Book Depot., Calcutta, 1910-12-30)
    I h a v e much pleasure in acknowledging the assistance which I have derived, in compiling this volume, from the Final Report on the Settlement of the Kolhan Government Estate by Mr. J. A. Craven, from the Final Report ...
  • O'Malley, L.S.S. (The Bengal Secretariat Book Depot., Calcutta, 1911-02-07)
    The district of Purnea, which. forma the north-eastern portion 8 . of the Bhagalpur Division, is situated between 25° 15' and backup. 26° 35' north latitude, and between 87 0 and 88° .32' east M°*r’ longitude. It extends ...
  • Byrne, J. (The Bengal Secretariat Book Depot., Calcutta, 1911-09-01)
    The is District, the chief and central district of the Division that General bears the same name, is situated between 24° 33' and 26° 34' N., {^sn°ni)' and between 86° 19'and 87° 31' E. Its length is about 140 miles and ...
  • O'Malley, L.S.S.; Chakravarti, Monmohan (The Bengal Secretariat Book Depot., Calcutta, 1912-03-11)
  • The Public Service Commission India (The Public Service Commission India, 1913-03-12)
  • The Public Service Commission India (The Public Service Commission India, 1913-04-07)
  • O'Malley, L.S.S. (The Bengal Secretariat Book Depot., Calcutta, 1914-09-23)
    Murshidabad is the north-western district of the Presidency General Division or Commissionership, and lies between 23° 43'- and “rE0s°BIP‘ 24° 52' north latitude and 87° 49' and 88° 44' east longitude. I t has an area ...
  • Walter, K. Firminger (The Bengal Secretariat Record-Room, Calcutta, 1914-12-28)
    letters from No. 10 onwards are preserve# at the Collectorate Records Room at Rangpur. The local archives contain a number of circular letters Issued to all the Collectors and a large number of covering letters The circulars ...
  • George, A. Grierson (The Superintendent of Government Printing, India, 1915-03-20)
    The word ‘ Dard ' has a long history, and the people bearing'the name are a very Name of Sub-family Ancient tribe. They arp n^entione'd. by Herodotus,1 though not by .name, and are the-Daradfai-of Ptolemy, the Derdai of ...

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