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Allens Indian Mail (Newspaper) - April 27, 1866, London, Middlesex 1 AND OFFICIAL GAZETTE FROM BRITISH & FOREIGN & ALL PARTS OF THE EAST. this paper THE IN DIAN NEWS is now Vol. 715.] 27, Avn 313 ' The Weekly 314 316 317 Shipping and 319 319 321 321 321 32 327 Shipping and 327 reported tit the India 327 Stocks and 327 dates of 22 Mild l ra t i tints in Feb. 20 29 30 (Hong 15. mails to The Mails to arc made up in i each On the 3rd, at 6 via Marseilles and to all parts of On the 4th, at 8 via to and On the 10th, at 6 via to and On the 12th, at 8 via to Bombay and Provinces for letters to Madras and Lower Provinces of On the 18th, at 6 1p.m., via Marseilles and to all parts of On the 20th, at 8 to and On the at C p to and On the 27th, at 8 via to and Provinces for letters to Madras and Lower Provinces of When any of the above dates occur on the | Mails via Southampton arc made up on the previous and those via Marseilles on following bates of Via Is. 8d. Every portion of an oz. an additional Is. 8d. Via J 8d.......1 Is. Every portion of an oz. afterwards an additional Is. Via 4 3d. 8oz., Each succeeding 4 0Zf3d. Via 4 2d. Each succeeding 4 &c. Via 4 6d. 8 Is. Each succeeding 8 Is. Via 4 4d.......8 8d. Each succeeding 8 8d. A French line of mail packets now leaves Marseilles on the 19ft, of every month for Postage for letters and to India and China the same as charged by the mail via Letters intended to be forwarded by these packets must be specially fad dressed By French mail packet from 8 3d. 3 lbs. in weight be 0r 12 in IK All CASES 18 SUMMARY AND We have received our usual files of papers by the Calcutta The only later dates are from Madras to the 28th and Ceylon to the 30th of Le est le Moil Sir William Denison was leaving the scone of his government and Lord Napier was taking his Sir William had been starring in a triumphant manner by way of and an account of the several celebrations at which he appeared will be found under the local We may add in this that at the banquet given to him by the an address was in says the was one alluding to the mistrust and discouragement that had experienced at the hands of former for political which would better have been Sir William felt it incumbent on him to refer specially to and to assure his hearers and their outside that the motives and acts of his predecessors had been The address otherwise commands entire and particularly that part of it in which the framers deplore the practice of frequent changes in the which deprive the Indian Presidencies of their rulers just when they have gained such an amount of acquaintance with the its and its as would render the continuance of their administration infinitely more beneficial than it can be during their few years of learning how best to perform the duties of their high and most responsible It is not to be doubted that if Sir William Denison were to remain three or four more years among with sufficient liberty to carry out his he would do far more for the good of these provinces and Madras than he has ever yet ventured to but we lose him at the very time when he could render us the greatest amount of and when he commands our best esteem and He done for us in his too brief career as we as he position have and his name will be held in high honour long after his departure from our And with this humble testimony to the merits of his government we shall take leave of his Excellency for the in order to consider other topics of interest and could under all the circumstances of his | who will not cordially unite The Madras Times is not so favourable to the departing In his reply address presented to him on Saturday by tho leading members of the says our Sir William * I look back to the five years which I have passed in India with feelings of great and these feelings are naturally enhanced by your that in the performance of my duty to the best of my ability I have had the good fortune to establish a claim to your sympathies and kindly In his Excellency's own estimation ho has dono his duty to the best of his and he assures us that he can regard his career in India ' with feelings of great Such self-complacency did not find expression in the farewell speeches of Lords and who undoubtedly did their and it behoves us to examine whether our retiring Governor's rule can bo regarded by tho public of India with such feelings as Sir William himself entertains on the after a couple of columns or so of detraction the writer concludes We arc thus reluctantly forced to the conclusion that as Governor of Madras Sir William Denison has been a lamentable Wo have given him all the credit that is his due for his eminently social for his kindliness of his systematic and his bountiful but without doing the gravest injustice to the memory of those of his predecessors who deservedly gained the applause of their contemporaries and the gratitude of succeeding generations by their admirable statesmanship we cannot time has at length arrived liam Denison's connection with Presidency must we a man in
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