Summary of Affairs of the Government of India in the Foreign Department from 1864 to 1869 (Google eBook)

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Office of the Superintendent of Government Print., 1868 - India - 518 pages
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Contents

Negociations at Chareekar
38
Resumption of hostilities
42
The Ameer takes the field successfully
48
Policy of Mahomed Azim Khan at Cabul
55
Progress of Shere Ali Khans affairs at Candahar
61
Correspondence between Mahomed Afzul Khan and the Government
64
Defeat of Shere Ali Khan by Mahomed Azim Khan and occupation
68
Defeat and death of Faiz Mahomed Khan at Killa Alladad
70
Advance of Abdool Rahman Khan into Toorkistan
76
Relations of Shere Ali Khan with the British Government
82
Request of the Khan of Khokand for assistance against Bokhara
83
First reign of Khudayar Khan 18441859 Approach of Russia
91
Demands of the Russian Government against Bokhara
97
Vassalage of Khokand to Russia
103
Beg of Samarcand defeated by the Russians
108
Negociations with Bokhara
114
Rising in Khotan Mahomed Habiboollah Khan becomes Padsha
120
Interference of Yakoob Kushbegi invited by the people of Kho
126
Importance of Muscat affairs from 1864 to 1869 X
130
Capture of Soor by Abdool Aziz Wahabee
137
Future relations of the British Government with Muscat 112
143
Attempt of Syud Toorkee to capture Sohar
149
ZAnzirar under Stud MAjid
156
CHAPTER IX
162
Failure of Mr Rassams mission
168
AryssiniA
170
Tbe Salween expedition
172
Insurrection at Mandalay
179
Proceedings of the two rebel Princes at Rangoon
185
Conclusion of the Treaty of 1867
191
Abolition of transit duties
198
Extradition Treaty
204
CHAPTER II
210
Action of the Nipalese Government
216
Nipalese Mission to China
218
Inauguration of yearly visits of the Resident to the border
224
Abolition of capital punishment and torture for cowkilling
230
Attack upon the house of the Political Agent at Oodeypore
236
Unsatisfactory state of the administration
238
Feud between the Rao of Neemuj and Thakoor of Burgaon
244
Submission of Charkla
250
Death of Ram Sing and succession of Chutter Sal Sing
256
Succession of Narain Rao Puar
301
Interference to be exercised in the succession of Mediated Chiefs
307
Confinement of the late Kamdar and his deputy
313
Separate Bundelkund Chiefships
319
Sketch of the origin of the band
325
Exemption of Native States from contributing to the Thuggee
331
Responsibility of Native States for Mail robberies
332
Instructions of the Home Government to Lord Napier to settle
338
Final arrangements of the Madras Government
345
Kutch KhelAt And Aden
346
Political status of the Chiefs in relation to the British Government
352
Past and present condition of Kattywar
359
Kolhapore
366
Recommendations of the Bombay Government
372
Proposed establishment of a Local Force
378
Trial of Gurbuksh Sing
384
Insurrection and outrage at Bhawnlpore
386
Burial of the Nawab at Dilawar Fort
392
Orders of the Punjab Government 441
393
Inconvenient number of visitors to Cashmere
398
Munnipore
404
Defence of the Frontier and policy towards the Angama Nagas
408
Loss and recovery of Dewangari and Tajagaon
415
Popularity of Dhunoorjai at Anundpore
421
Curious ceremonies at the installation
424
Colonel Dalton joined by Mr Ravenshaw
430
StrAits SettleMents
431
Orders of the Government of India
442
Recommendations of Major James
448
Outbreak of the Salarzye clan
454
Extension of the outbreak
460
Resolution of the Government of India to organize an expedition
462
Measures of the Governor General as regards the landed tenures 407
470
CHAPTER III
477
Educational cess of 2 per cent
483
Recorders Court at Rangoon
489
Character of the religious expenditure
495
Adoption of a son by the Maharajah
503
Letter of the Governor General to the Maharajah
506
BerAr or the HtderArAd Assigned Districts
510
Further embarrassments of the Prince Mahomed Hameed Ali
512

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