The Asiatic Journal and Monthly Miscellany ..., Volume 10

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Wm. H. Allen & Company, 1820 - Asia
Contains "verbatim reports of Debates at the East-India house, taken in shorthand for these pages". -- cf. v. 1, p. iii.

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VOL 10, 1820
Contains summary of events in India during reign of George III
P. 223, "The censorship of the press in India was abolished on the 18th Aug. 1818; and on of the first fruits was a
wanton and offensive attack upon the character and administration of the present governor of Madra, published in the Calcutta Journal. There is nothing at all surprising in this. But it will indeed be exceedingly surprising, if your native subjects, when plainly ad repeatedly admonished that they are infamously governed . . . should not in time begin to think as they are told . . .. A licentious press must be a curse to any people; but in a country such as India the dangers are incalculable."
"MISSIONARY INTELLIGENCE" , P 170, "A Hindoo's Account of Christ and His Followers"
"Extracts from a Journal of Mr. John Hands, Missionary at Bellary," Oct 4, 1817, "L'Abbe Dubois breakfasted with us this morning." Oct. 6, "Received a not . . . from l'Abbe Dubois, stating that it was out of his power to fulfil his promise [to return" . . .. "laments that his skepticism with regard to the conversion of the Hindoos still remains." Oct. 13, Abbe Dubois at residency; Honorable Mr. Cole on missionary establishments, express his approval and willingness to patronize . . .exceedingly kind to Dubois.

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