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according accounts Acres advantage Ajmeer allowed amount annual arrangement assessment balance Beawr beegahs boundary Buranee C. G. DIXON called cent circumstances classes Collections Colonel compared completed consideration considered constructed continued course cultivators dated Decrease Deduct demand desirable District Ditto drought duty entered establishment expense extent favorable fixed Fund further Fuslee Government granted hamlets hills hold honor improvement increase irrigation jumma Kehra Khalsa kham management Khewut land Land Revenue Lately lease letter Lieut.-Colonel Mairwara Marwar means measure ment Meywar miles mouzah nature necessary notice Number observed OFFICE orders paid Pergunnah period portion possessions prepared present produce Provinces question rain Rajgurh Ramsur realized received reference remain REMARKS remissions rent repair reservoirs respect REVENUE RATE Road season Secretary Settlement share showing Signed soil Statement Superintendent survey tion Total town tulaos villages whole
Page 91 - SiR, — I have the honor to forward, for the information of the Department, copies, with translations, of three proclamations issued by General Aguinaldo, the insurgent leader in the Philippines.
Page 19 - I have the honor to submit for the information of the Hon'ble the Lieutenant Governor...
Page 77 - Hie people accepted the settlement with reluctance, but as proposed, it was sanctioned for 21 years. The Lieutenant-Governor, however, desired it to be understood "that except after report to Government and special sanction, no other penalty was to be attached to the non-fulfilment of the settlement contract than annulment of the lease and return to kham management.
Page 110 - Arbuthnot, chief secretary to government, Fort Saint George, dated Calicut, January 22, 1864, No. 7 : Adverting to, my telegram l of this date, I have the honor to forward, for the information and orders of government, copies of a letter from the sub-magistrate of Anjengo to the joint magistrate of Cochin,3 and inclqsures, on the subject of the confederate steamer Alabama.
Page 11 - Moderation was inculcated, and the standard to be aimed at was the punctual realisation of a jama equal to Mr. Edmonstone's assessment, and yielding over and above that amount a moderate profit on the money invested in tanks and reservoirs. This moderate profit was afterwards put at 5 or 6 per cent.
Page 99 - Sir, > • :. • I have the honor to forward for submission to the Hon'ble the Deputy Governor of Bengal, the accompanying copy of a letter, dated r.
Page 177 - ... that in case of the death or absence of any of these...
Page 190 - WILLIAM MUIR, ESQUIRE, Secretary to the Government of the North Western Provinces.