Maclean's Manual of the Administration of the Madras Presidency, Volume 1

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C. D. Maclean
Asian Educational Service, 1987 - Tamil Nadu (India)
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Contents

Chemical Examiner 518
1
History of
2
Provincial Revenues Running
4
Committee Madras Port
7
28157
8
5min Poolicat
9
Mylapore Aroopattmoovcr 92
10
Man bar 12
12
Poothooputnam
202
Rewards
204
Forests
209
Poottoor B Csnara D
211
278
216
176
217
Law and Legislation
220
Einavaram Chingleput D
221

Chera Alphabet 125
13
Salt
15
Seq Customs Rules 261
16
LskssMap 21
21
Tripatty Hill 25
25
64
26
Secretariat Publications 538
29
Oordoo 60
30
Ancient Hindoo Dynasties
33
China 136
34
Asylums Lunatic 510
35
Naicks of Madura 154
36
Telegraph Rules with force
37
Vizagapatam Agency 68
38
Number of Pupilt in Primary Schools learn
39
Triyambacanaadba
40
Poligars of Hurpanhully 153
41
China market and Indian Opium
44
Geography 1 Sketch History of Dravidian Written Cha
46
Audit of Presidency Accounts 47
47
Vriddhachellam 8 Aroot D 23 27
49
Miscellaneous Superior Officers
51
List ofCrops Proportion between Eetent of Crops
53
Building SitesQuitrents on 131
54
SectNumbers under each 492
56
Chinese AuthorsGeography
61
Settlement Rules with force
62
Uncurrent Coins 616
63
Bunganapully State
65
Date of Settlement 106
66
Halaneed Mysore 147 634
67
Andy Amavansya 92
68
Sketch History of Government Cinchona
69
Comparative Examinations 562582
70
Monotheism among Aryans 73
73
Buutwnul S Canara D 23 155
74
Madapollam Godavery D 187
76
Chinnammanore Madura D 155
78
Narsapore Mahaul 187
79
Teloogoo New Year 92
82
Madhwncharrics 90
86
Stain
88
Temples 89 91
89
Ethnology 29 Sketch Account of the Principal Hindoo
92
Moodbidry 534
95
Fort St DavidCapture of 178
98
phical localization 38 Hair among the Dravidiaxis 99
99
Pulnaud Kistna D 27 156
101
Nassica Nassick
103
Hindoo Sects 88 492
105
PassengersMadras Railway 428
106
Davis John
107
Bum 110
110
Hindoos
111
Burial PlacesTumular 629
112
Chittore Oodeypore 147
115
Paumben Lighthouse
116
Australian Languages 44
117
Foxcroft Mr Genye 162
118
Railways in Prospect 432
119
Moodelly 07
122
History of Madura Sketch of the Sequel to the History of
124
AvveiyanrBonndary Stanza
125
Rajahmnndry Circar 187
126
Nati vo of IndiaDefinition of 86
127
Conauda Port Vizagapatam D 252
128
Map of Dracidian Dynasties 131
131
Eastern Chalookyas I31
132
Chola Geography 13
135
Conjugal Condition of Population 494
137
483
139
Sketch Account of the Ancient Tondei
141
Conquest of Ceylon by English 119
143
Debt Publio 481
145
Map of Mahornedan History 147
147
Bahminy Kingdom 148
148
Political Pensioners and Stipendiaries
150
Moodiapatam Port Madura D 252
152
Rajpoots 68
153
The Naicke of Madura 154
154
Bnrniah 26
155
Ahobalnm Knmool D 534
156
Eastern Etbiops 4
158
Conspectus of the Early Voyages to India
160
Ahtoor Tinnevelly D 23
165
Cadaloondy Malabar D 7
166
Constitutional History of Eng
172
Ward Estate
173
Moorshedabad Bengal 147
177
FrenchNorthern Circars
179
Bahoor S Arcot D 181
181
Moosiry Trichinopoly D 27 151156
187
Relations with Foreign Europann Powers 1
1
French Pettah at Masulipatam 8
3
Lakshadweepa Islands Laces
5
Moottoongal Port Malabar D 252
7
ChristianityInfluence on 8 1
8
Al Idreesee Arabian Author 12
9
years Civil Justice Introduction
12
Nizams Dominions
13
Pallnvas
15
Garden Crops 16
16
Cairns 112 629
17
Christian Marriage AStW 629
21
Stations Railway Madras 221
25
War with Burmah 27
27
445
28
Ranges Police 189
29
Calastry N Arcot D 2123 161 262
35
East India Companys Presi
36
Contingent Hyderabad 11 13 245
37
Moplohs 17 37 493
39
Almanac of Festivals 94
42
Gooiialore Port Malabar D 252
49
NonCommercial Companies 219
52
415
53
Zeminasxries
54
Post District 462
57
Calastry Zemindarry 27 65 68
58
NonProduotive Public Works 403
59
132
60
Public Endowments
61
169
64
Bulijes 67
67
Amauny System 124136
68
Calcutta 169 176
72
Deductions Boris 136
77
Oeneral Form of Administration
78
52
80
Vital Statistics and Medical Sib
83
177
85
Government Holiday applicable to Cp coun
88
VOL 1
89
Ambot r N Arcot D 9 23 175
90
Normal Schools Government 674
92
LaudAdministratiou of 96
94
AnrnxisTBATioN or TBI Land
96
Calendars South Indian 609
98
Motnssil Municipal Administration
102
206
111
Land Revenue Tenures 112
112
Northern CircarsHistory of 179
113
Calicut Lighthouse 252
115
1
116
Ballsnls RulersHistory 140
120
Land Irrigated 285
121
lnnm Tenures of Land 124
124
144
130
The Demand on Inam hand
131
Quitrent on Building 8
137
Mineral Resources
139
Coercive Meaeuree
143
10
144
Demand on Byotwarry Holdings 131
145
Incidence of Imperial Civil
148
Bellary Railway Station 423
155
Demons 77
156
Cnlyanndroog Anantapore D 160
160
Land Revenue Accounts and Returns
163
Lands Unassigned 125
165
Camalaupooruni 166
166
204
167
Poendy Port Ganjsm D
172
Wards Estates
173
Arabs
176
MountainsMap 21
177
218
179
180
181
228
185
8tatitict of Madras TVorlthouss
187
Mulkanghorry Vizag D 157
188
Occupations of Population 1024i5
190
Crime and Offences
195
Armegam Lighthouse 252
196
284
222
Incidence of Irrigation Revonuo 419
225
Hindoo Sects and their mutual proportion
226
297
228
Municipal Councillors
231
than 1 41 Quilon
232
304
234
Ochar 68
237
Municipal Expenditure Mofussil
238
506
239
104
240
e
244
113
247
Camp Equipage Depot
248
345
249
Municipal Rules with force of Law 220
250
Sketch History of tlieiArmyuin thisMani
253
32
255
349
256
813
257
177
258
Customs
259
629
262
61641
263
163
270
Ice House 8th Liv Madras 221
275
46
280
SoilsDistribution of
284
Implements Agricultural
287
127
291
171
298
Imports
300
Canadian Baptist Teloogoo Misn 624
302
Indian Cinchonas
304
850
306
Indian Coinage 614
310
419
314
428
320
103
326
481
328
Clothing of S Ind Population 98
329
Nature ofthe Trade Arrangements for collecting and distribut
330
361
332
External Trade
333
133
335
180
336
for an average year Export of Cofiee Countries to which Coflee exported
337
236
339
175
340
431
342
188
343
Wood Ezports
344
Quunlily and Value of Sugar exports
345
660
346
182
349
322
353
4
354
187
355
Artillery Stations 247
362
Factories Act 202
363
324
364
Rice Exports 389
367
188
374
R0ads1listory cf
379
Municipalities Mofussil 225
380
Work done by Geological
381
Districts Sketch History of the Upper Oodovery
383
Cnnal between Madras A Ceylon 885
384
Works carried out by Local
391
Pa Hisn Geography
392
Romans 186
396
437
402
246
404
Order
406
325
407
Library of Oriental Manuscripts 548
412
439
413
247
415
taining Itewnue due to Irrigation Class IV Works divided into Imperial
416
251
421
Roots Tamul 58
425
189
428
327
431
165
432
Capital of Commercial Cos 218
433
198
443
Farm Sydapett Chingleput D
446
333
456
Ferokshere H5
457
Telegraph
463
Financial Decentralization
465
256
468
635
470
Financial Powers of Executive
471
Caroor Municipality 227
472
194
473
Asoca Alphabets 46
480
Indian Hercules 118 133
486
257
488
Population
491
Indian ProvincesPersons
492
Financial Settlement Results
493
196
496
61
497
259
498
Emigration 49J
499
337
500
VOL I
501
141
504
other Districts during 188384 Remittances by Cash and Hills received from
506
261
507
Zamorin of Calicut
509
198
511
379
516
198
517
Chemical Examiner
518
Portuguese in Ceylon 118
521
Assessments Maxima
523
466
524
Cassergode fS Canara D
528
Potwrs 68
529
Dalavanpoora 131
531
P c
535
Presidcm yB0undaries of
536
Government Secretariat
538
PresidencyIndividual Ethno
542
South Indian Ciuchonns
548
Dravidian History down to 11th
550
Castes of Police Frce 190
551
140
557
AssessmentStandard 133
558
Special Tests
560
900
561
339
562
467
568
Works carried out by Local
571
469
574
519
577
901
578
Sacerdotal Hindco Law 56 larships and Free Scholars 599
580
263
581
405
583
Statement thawing the Results of Primary
586
386
587
Curriculum of a Hindoo College
592
264
593
342
594
201
595
580
596
Rules of Admission to Government Elemen
598
140
600
Financial
604
265
606
387
607
521
608
Danish Companies trading
609
801
613
79
615
524
617
Oil 302
619
Catchment Areas of Principal
620
532
621
Danish Mission
622
392
624
486
626
588
628
901
629
Oodayagherry Ganjam D 167
634
808
636
Stationery Department
637
Kadar 31
638
Fishermen ClassCustoms of 109
644
394
651

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