The Bengal almanac, for 1827, compiled by S. Smith and co

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1827
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Page 116 - Bank in the city of , with power also an attorney or attorneys under him for that purpose to make and substitute, with like power, and to do all lawful acts requisite for effecting the premises; hereby ratifying and confirming all that my said attorney or his substitute or substitutes shall do therein by virtue of these presents.
Page xliii - This abacus, or arithmetical board, consists of an oblong frame of wood, about a foot long, having a bar running lengthwise, about two-thirds its width from one side. Through this bar, at right angles, are inserted a number of parallel wires, having moveable balls on them, five on one side of the bar and two on the other.
Page 142 - ... receiving the application : but no special meeting shall be called •with the view of reconsidering resolutions which may have been already adopted by a former meeting of directors, unless at the requisition of a number of directors greater than that which attended such meeting. 36. The secretary will invariably lay before the directors, either at the regular or special meetings, all letters that may have been received by him since the last meeting. Minutes of the proceedings of all meetings...
Page 125 - ... department of the same presidency, in order to its being recorded, shall be deemed or held as a resignation or surrender of his said office; and that the salary and other allowances of any such governor...
Page ix - April 2, 1829, in his 61st year. Ernest Augustus, Du-ke of Cumberland born June 5, 1771 ; married May 29, 1815 Frederica Sophia Carolina, daughter of the Duke of Mecklenburg Strelitz, and widow of Fred. William, Prince of Salms Braunfels, born March 2, 1778.
Page 127 - Institution, shall be considered to entitle to the benefits of it any widow who may have been legally divorced or separated from her husband for adultery, or who at the period of her husband's demise may have quitted his protection and be living in a state of notorious adultery, though not divorced or separated from him by law, or who subsequently to her husband's decease may be living in a notorious state of incontinence.
Page 140 - Every widow benefiting by the Military Fund, and not provided with a passage to Europe at the expense of Government...
Page 141 - In the event of a still further surplus, it shall be competent for the directors of the Military Fund, at their discretion, to assist officers retiring from the service on full pay in limited circumstances, with a sum equal to the regulated passage-money of their rank, provided always that the resignation of such officer •hall actually have been accepted previously to embarkation.

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