The Oriental Herald, Volume 15

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Contents

Journey from Madras to Bombay
46
Letters from Abroad
63
A Tropical Squall 6b 12 Proposed Reform in the Medical Service of India
67
3 To a River
78
Account of a Visit to the Volcano of Popocatepelt in Mexico
79
Excursions in the Peninsula of Sium
84
Egyptian MummiesEmbalming the Dead to prevent the Plague
88
Sir John Malcolm and the Indian Press
99
Earthquake in Nepaul
104
Indian Festival of the Dola or the Swinging of the Infant Krishna
107
Sources of the Brahmapootra
110
Injuries to the Bengal Army by posting Majors to command of Regi ments
112
The Tory and the Liberal Press in India
113
On the Necessity of a Medical Reform
130
Melancholy Changes in the Affairs of Sumatra
131
Geographical Surveys
136
Progress of the GovernorGencrul through the Interior of India
138
Public Assemblage at Benares
139
2S The Escaped Captives
141
Different Modes of Punishing similar Offences in India
142
Summary of the Latest Intelligence connected with the Eastern World
145
StampTax in Calcutta
156
Letter of Peter Gordon to the Editor of the Madras Courier
158
A New Vision of Judgment
160
Native Imitation of English Manners
161
Murder of an English Officer on his Voyage up the Ganges
163
Murder of an English Officer at Nagpore
164
Death and Character of MahaRajah OowlutRao Sindiah
166
MahaRajah Runjcet Singh
169
Debate at the East India House on the Grant to the Marquis of Hastings
170
Civil and Military Intelligence
184
Births Marriages and Deaths
190
Shipping Intelligence
191
General List of Passengers
192
Benefits that would result from the Colonization of India by British Settlers
193
Page
198
Stanzas He is gone
208
The Edinburgh Medical Journal and the Quarterly Review on Con
209
tagion
211
My Fireside
222
Letter of Sir Edward East late ChiefJustice of Bengal to Lord Eldon
223
Classical Excursion from Rome to Arpino
227
India and Great Britain
238
Spiritualities
241
British Settlement in Albany South Africa under Lord Charles Somersets Administration
246
The Maid of Lowdore
256
Miscellaneous Intelligence relative to the Literature and Arts of Italy
257
The Saracens Bride
259
Diseases of the Eye in India
260
The Deyrah Dhoon
263
Freedom of Commerce 11
265
The Greeks
268
History of Armenia
269
Sketches from ineditcd Travels in Italy in 1883 1S24
273
Doctrine of Summary Commitment for constructive Contempts of Parliament and of Courts of Justice
282
Eulogy of Silence
291
Affairs of Ara and the Burmese Empire
323
Cape Commissioners at the Mauritius
326
MedicoBotanical Society of London
328
Superstition among the Malays
329
Calcutta School Society
332
Amherst Town on the Burman Coast
333
f nranic Remains in Ava
335
Stanzas Bright my Fair
336
Suspension of a British Judge in India for delivering an Opinion dis agreeable to the Government
337
Arbitrary Taxation of British Subjects in India
341
Latest Intelligence from the East
364
OCTOBER 1827
370
Debate at the East India House on the Grant of 20000 to the Marquis of Hastings
376
Dinner of the East India Company to Lord William Bentinck the new GovernorGeneral
378
Civil and Military Intelligence
384
Births Marriages and Deaths
390
Shipping Intelligence
392
General List of Passengers
394
Official Papers laid before Parliament respecting the Burning of Hin doo Widows
399
NOVEMBER 1827
402
La Belle de Nuit i425
425
Geological Constitution Climate and Botany of the Sandwich lslands427
427
Biographical Notice of Fortune Albrand with Extracts from his unpub lished Memoirs 413
413
Stanzas 423
423
Fragment 424
424
The Edinburgh Medical Journal and the Quarterly Reriew on Con tagion 425
425
Moonlight
433
Sir Edward Easts suggested Reforms in India
434
To Poesy
446
Classical Excursion from Rome to Arpino the Birth place of Cicero
447
Political Claims of IndoBritons
461
The Lion Hunt
469
Sketch of the History and Character of the Janizaries of the Turkish Empire
471
Voyage undertaken from India in Search of La Perouse
475
The Consumptive
481
Babylon
482
Journey across the Peninsula of India from Madras to Bombay
483
Sketch of the Ruius of Ephesus
489
The Mirage of the Desart
490
Free Trade to India China c
491
Recollections of Cumana in 1825
495
Song to the River Varra
502
Origin and Object of the late Treaty with Siara
503
Forget Thee
512
Doctrine of Summary Commitment for Constructive Contempt of Parliament and of Courts of Justice
513
Remarkable Cavern in Sylhet
521
Stanzas for Music
522
Travels in Italy in 1823 and 1824
523
Recently Acquired Territory in Arracan
533
Abuses of the the East India Company
535
My Faroff Home
536
INDIAN ARMY
537
Civil and Military Intelligence
563
Births Marriages and Deaths
565
Shipping Intelligence
567
General List of Passengers
568

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