Report on Ajmeer and Mairwara Illustrating the Settlement of the Land Revenue and the Revenue Administration of Those Districts: Up to the Commencement of A.D. 1853

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Printed [for the Government] at the Secundra Orphan Press, 1853 - Agriculture - 199 pages
 

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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 83 - SIR : I have the honor to report, for the information of the major-general commanding, that the situation here is not improving since my last report.
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.
Page 199 - I have the honor to be, &c., (Signed) W. MUIR, Secy, to Govt.

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