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Allen's Indian Mail And Official Gazette (Newspaper) - June 28, 1867, London, Middlesex AND OFFICIAL GAZETTE FROM BRITISH & FOREIGN INDIA CHINA ALL PARTS OF THE EAST paper INDIAN NEWS 9) NOW Vol. 770.] 28, 1867 6d. SUMMARY AND Summary and Review Original The Case of Captain Jervis Railways in India 503 the eye 504 504 Shipping and Commercial 506 507 Miscellaneous Shipping and Co fun 507 511 Official 511 + The Calcutta mail brings us papers from Calcutta to the 22nd of and from Madras to the 29th of that There are no Bombay papers this cessation of the extra mails having apparently come into The dates from Calcutta are very little It is by the that the telegrams do not positively declare the originator of the story to be insane they only say that he is said to Sir Gaspard le Marchant was forming a in for the concentration of the local 513| later than those of the last Bombay as our usual files from the Bombay 516 and The next arrival from India will be the Bombay which is due in London on the 6th of Miscellaneous Shipping and reported at the India Office Stocks and 519 517 519 BATES OP ADVICES Bengal Madras Agra May 22 28 18 Burmah China (Hong 13. May 1 24 28 MAILS TO The Mails to are made up in in each as Can taken on the respective dates to write along the top of the envelope the route by which should be sentt the particulars of which will be found below r On the 3rd, at 6 via Marseilles and to all part of 4th, at 8 via to and 6 via to and w 8 via to Bombay and for Letters to ladras and Lower Provinces of at 6 via Marseilles and to all parts of 20th, at 8 via to and 26th, at 6 via to and xr w 8 via to Bombay and for Letters and Lower Provinces of of the above dates occur on 1 Southampton are made up on the previous u Marseilles on the following BATES OP v. * 10di - 1 Is. 8d. of an an additional Is. 8d a very portion of an oz. an additional Is. to Via 4 3d....... Via * 3d. Via 4 2d. Each succeeding 4 8 1 8oz.,3d nr Ac. Yta 4 6d. 8oz.,ls. Via 8 Is. Via 4 4d....... 8 oz. 8d. Each succeeding 8 8d. f now leaves Marseilles on for Postage for mav not exceed 5 lbs. in or inches in B - all CASES We are glad to learn that the Government have determined that the Sultan Presidency having fallen somewhat short shall be entertained at an official and which we must appeal to have delegated the discharge of this duty our extracts to the Secretary of State for India and the for far the to show a decided dearth of Bengal is In Calc public were still continuing to attack the Indian being had to our the I the to the telegraphs which traverse to the Indian pilgrimages to though last not Government about the and the to our twenty millions of still going on medan in who look up to the Sultan as the head of their no department of the State can more Government what was said about the Mr. Massey relies upon being supported from where the groans of the Bengal Britons have not met with a very strong We observe that Major General Burney is likely to be appointed to a divisional India and the Council for which he has at least the element of success in the new fittingly and more gracefully fulfil this duty than the Indian and we have no doubt that every effort will be made to render the entertainment most he Secretary of State for possess one great recommendation of having forty-eight years of active Th now ready for and in if we are rightly the fete will be the officer when in command at a few years was so much bullied I THE TRUTH ABOUT THE LICENCE about a in which a ball and a and some lively were the principal It all arose from I Licence TAX After all that we and pond said on the the truth about the the unnecessary interference of a younger officer in matters that did not concern and no serious consequences came to | world probably still remains hich is the much which alone deprived the sympathy which ould certainly accord them if it understood the ii has led There seems to have been some doubt somewhat too harshly of the the cholera ever visited or financial member We have in fact put ourselves in Mr. Massey's position and the Hill stations A correspondent we have consequently misunderstood the of ihe Pioneer mentions ten or 1 twelve years of the disease making under he has When at the same obje the one boni easy and and the its appearance at a height of no less than | other both difficult and 7,000 feet above the level of the there is but a single motive that we can imagine for a j j person's selecting the latter in preference to Madras as the say the desire for notoriety either when they begin an account of a as a or as a Mr. Massey's been thrown into a state of the utmost vious in India is not such consternation and alarm byv the reports about the supposed mutiny at It will be seen from an extract that the Madras inclined to think I courage the supposition that any amount of ame would tempt him to prefer thorns to one of The martyr out of the L that there is more in the affair than meets popularity his very indolence would
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