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“JVo man, who hath tasted learning, but will confess the many ways of profiling by
those, who, not contented with stale receipts, are able to manage and set forth new positions
to the world: and, were they but as the dust and cinders of our feet, so long, as in that
notion, they may yet serve to polish and brighten the armoury Qf truth, even for that
respect, they were not utterly to be cast away.”—MILTON.

CALCUTTA :

PRINTED FOR THE PROPRIETOR, BY SANDERs, cones AND Co.,
No. 14, LOLL BAZAR, AND SOLD BY ALL THE BOOKSELLERS,

1850.

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ART. I.-BRITISH ADMINISTRATION OF SCINDE. 1. Scinde Blue Book. & 2. Bombay Times. 1843-1850. tö. Art II—MACKENZIE’s “FAIR MAID OF - CAUBUL.”

Zeila, the Fair Maid of Caubul ; a tale of the Afghan
insurrection, and massacre of the British troops in

1. b- the Khund Caubul passes, in six Cantos; by Charles Mackenzie, Esq., late 41st Welch Regiment. London. 1850. . o e o © to to , j l

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Co ART. III.--THE BEN GAL MILITARY FUND,
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1. Report on the Bengal Military Fund, by F. G. P. Neison, Actuary of the Medical, Invalid, and General o . 74

Life Assurance Society. London, 1849.

ART. IV.—CENTRAL INDIA UNDER BRI-
TISH SUPREMACY. -

1. Malcolm's (Sir J.) Memoir of Central India. 3rd Edie 9 |

tion. 2 vols. 8vo. London. 1823. o o 2. The Bengal Hurkaru, The Englishman, The Friend of

India, The Mofussilite, &c.
ART. V.-ANGLO-HINDUSTANI HAND-BOOK.

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1. The Anglo-Hindustani Hand-Book; or, Stranger's SelfInterpreter and Guide to Colloquial and General Intercourse with the natives of India. With a map

and five Illustrations. Calcutta. 1850 . I l 6

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ART. VI-VILLAGE SCHOOLS AND PEASANT

PROPRIETORS IN THE N. W. PROVINCES.

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J. Kay, M. A. 2 Vols. Longman and Co. Lon-

don. 1850 . © o e e o e . ib.

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Stromness. By Hugh Miller, Author of the Old

Red Sandstone, &c. London. 1849 . e . ib.

MISCELLANEOUS CRITICAL NoTICES.

Note by the Editor . do o * £e & e , XV

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