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  • Byrne, J. (The Bengal Secretariat Book Depot., Calcutta, 1911-09-01)
    The is District, the chief and central district of the Division that General bears the same name, is situated between 24° 33' and 26° 34' N., {^sn°ni)' and between 86° 19'and 87° 31' E. Its length is about 140 miles and ...
  • Vas, J. A. (Printed at the Pioneer Press, 1911-09-09)
    T h e district of-Rangpur in the Rajshahi division of the Province of Eastern Bengal and Assam is situated between 25°3' and 26° 19' north latitude and 88° 44' and 89° 53' east longitude. It comprises an area, according ...
  • O'Malley, L.S.S.; Chakravarti, Monmohan (The Bengal Secretariat Book Depot., Calcutta, 1912-03-11)
  • Allen, B.C. (The Printed at the Pioneer Press, 1912-07-12)
    The history chapter of this Gazetteer was written by Mr. J. T. Rankin, I.C.S. Exigencies of space necessitated its compression but'to him entirely is due whatever merit it possesses. I desire to acknowledge with gratitude ...
  • The Public Service Commission India (The Public Service Commission India, 1913-03-12)
  • The Public Service Commission India (The Public Service Commission India, 1913-04-07)
  • O'Malley, L.S.S. (The Bengal Secretariat Book Depot., Calcutta, 1914-09-23)
    Murshidabad is the north-western district of the Presidency General Division or Commissionership, and lies between 23° 43'- and “rE0s°BIP‘ 24° 52' north latitude and 87° 49' and 88° 44' east longitude. I t has an area ...
  • Walter, K. Firminger (The Bengal Secretariat Record-Room, Calcutta, 1914-12-28)
    letters from No. 10 onwards are preserve# at the Collectorate Records Room at Rangpur. The local archives contain a number of circular letters Issued to all the Collectors and a large number of covering letters The circulars ...
  • Levinge, E.V. (The Bengal Secretariat Press, Calcutta, 1915-01-21)
    In the publication programme of NIPA, the Reprint Series occupies an important position. The present volume happens to be the fourth production in this series. Reprints of old administrative reports and documents provide ...
  • George, A. Grierson (The Superintendent of Government Printing, India, 1915-03-20)
    The word ‘ Dard ' has a long history, and the people bearing'the name are a very Name of Sub-family Ancient tribe. They arp n^entione'd. by Herodotus,1 though not by .name, and are the-Daradfai-of Ptolemy, the Derdai of ...
  • George, A. Grierson (The Superintendent of Government Printing, India, 1915-03-20)
    I am personally responsible for the preparation of both parts of this volume. It lias been built up by degrees, .some of it having been "prepared and put-in type several years ago, while other portions have been completed ...
  • O'Malley, L.S.S. (The Bengal Secretariat Book Depot., Calcutta, 1916-09-01)
    RAJSHAHI is ’a district in' the south-west of the"Rajshahi division. It li^s between ttie twenty-fonrfh and twenty-fifth parallels of north latitude, while its limits east and west lie between the eighty-eighth and ...
  • Chatterjee, Digambar; Kerr, J.H (S.K.Lahiri and Co., 1917-11-09)
    The Fifth Edition of this book was a reprint of the fourth with an addendum contain. In the present of subsequent cases. In the present Edition, all cases up to December 1917 have been incorporated in the body of the book ...
  • Woodroffe, Sir John (Madras: Genesh & co, 1918-12-01)
    born resistance which India makes against Western innovations. And why should •She not, seeing that, rightly ^ or wrongly, the bulk of the ancient peoples of “the East have never admitted the moral superiority of ...
  • Holland, T. H. (The Superintendent of Government Printing, India, 1918-12-31)
    The Indian Industrial Commission was appointed by the Government of India by order conveyed in Resolution 3403 (Industries), dated the 19th May 1916, in the Department of Commerce and Industry, -the full text of which ...
  • Sadler, Dr. M. E. (The Government of India in the Education Department, 1919-02-15)
    1 . -We, the members of. the Commission , Appointed by the Governor-General of India in Council to make enquiries and recommendations in regard to the University of Calcutta and its affiliated colleges, have the honour ...
  • Montagu, Edwin (Calcutta Superintendent Government Printing, India, 1919-03-05)
    We have the honour to lay before you our views upon the important questions raised in the Report on Indian conintroductory. stitutional reforms, dated April 22,1918, by His Excellency the Viceroy and yourself The Report ...
  • Dundas, Lawrence John Lumley (The Bengal Secretariat Press, Calcutta, 1922-03-23)
    Arrival Of Lord Ronaldshay— His Excellency the Right Hon’ble Lawrence John Lumley Dundas, Earl of Ronaldshay, g.c.i .e., took his seat / as Governor of Bengal and President in Council on the 26th March 1917 and vacated ...
  • Shipley, Arthur R.; Baker, E.C. Stuart (The Secretary of state for India in Council, 1924-03-15)
    This second volume of the' Avifauna contains a further installment of the Passer es, including 473 species and subspecies, bringing the total number dealt with up to date to 949. The second volume o f the Avifauna has ...
  • Rao, N. Rama (The Superintendent, Sericultural Department, Mysore Government, 1926-11-11)
    Extent and distribution of the industry.—Mysore is admirably, fitted by Sbil, climate and local conditions for silk production. The industry is- at present practised over about a third of the area of the State, to the ...

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