Selections from Calcutta Gazettes; Showing the Political and Social Condition of the English in India Volume 3

Selections from Calcutta Gazettes; Showing the Political and Social Condition of the English in India Volume 3

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1868 edition. Excerpt: ...and Magistrate of that district, until the 19th, when His Lordship departed from Bhaugulpore and reached Monghyr on the 21st of September. His Excellency landed at Monghyr under a salute from the Fort, and was received by Major General Brisco and the Officers of the Station. The Governor General resided in the house of Major General Brisco during His Lordship's continuance at Monghyr, and was entertained at dinner by Major General Ellerker at Peerpahar on the 26th of September. On the 2nd of October His Excellency proceeded to Patna, and arrived at that city on the 6th, where he was received on landing by the Civil Officers of the Station, accompanied by whom His Excellency proceeded to the house of Mr. Lesbie, the Second Judge, where His Lordship resided until the 23rd, having been entertained at dinner during his residence at Patna by Mr. Keating, the Chief Judge, and by several of the principal Civil Officers of the Station. The Governor General proceeded to Dinapore on the 24th of October, where he arrived on the 26th. The troops were drawn up in the square of that Cantonment to salute His Excellency as he passed the quarter prepared for him. On the 27th His Excellency reviewed the troops, and the 18th Regiment of Native Infantry received their honorary Colors in his presence. During his residence at Dinapore, His Excellency was entertained at dinner by the Commanding Officer, Colonel Dunkley, the second in Command, Major Davidson, and by the Officers of the Cantonments. The Governor General left Dinapore on the 30th of October and arrived on the 5th of November at the Fort of Buxar, where he resided in the house of Lieutenant Colonel Stafford, the Commanding Officer. On the 7th His Lordship held a Durbar at the Fort of Buxar, where...show more

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