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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
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Co ART. III.--THE BEN GAL MILITARY FUND,
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ART. IV.—CENTRAL INDIA UNDER BRI-
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ART. VI-VILLAGE SCHOOLS AND PEASANT
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MISCELLANEOUS CRITICAL NoTICES.
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