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  • County: Maharashtra, India
  • For Years: 1800 - 1849
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Bombay Gazette

Bombay Gazette Maharashtra, India

31 Dec 1828

Bth French Ship Nancy, . Guezenec, from Bordeaux 13th August Passers ers per B. C. C. frets Cape.— Mrs. Col. Bartley aid 2 Children ; Mrs. stean, Mrs. Brew and 4 Childrin,Miss Stean.LieuL Col. Robert, Bartley, Capt. Thomas Stevens; Lieut. J imson Lieut

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Bombay Gazette

Bombay Gazette Maharashtra, India

31 Jan 1827

corroborate an opinion expressed by. Mr. Tucker in his last work on the Finances of India,—that generally the amount of public revenue realizable on that/t4cle is inversely BIRTHS.—At Calcutta, on Friday, the sth January, the Lady of Lazar Agabeg, Esq of a Son

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Bombay Gazette

Bombay Gazette Maharashtra, India

20 Jan 1830

When Mr. W.'s back was mined, tie upe. tied the door suddenly, rushed out, struck the a rii4 a blow on the head which brought bun to the ground, and theu, passing out by a nother duo', wade his wq down stairs with all the speed in his power. Mr. W., who

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Bombay Gazette

Bombay Gazette Maharashtra, India

15 Jan 1840

all apprehension of their extending further. The house. No. 10i, was inhabited by five families, viz., Mr. and Mrs. Harding on 11 e basement Mr. and Mrs. Hanson and two sone on the first flour ; a soldier, whose wife, the previous atternoon ; in the back

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Bombay Gazette

Bombay Gazette Maharashtra, India

20 Aug 1828

worth) host and his amiable lady ; and alcei paying every reasonable respect to his bluish I was glad to get to bed. 'Phis is a hoe sheep and dairy dish ict. Mr. N. has neatly trite thousand sheep, of a highly improved breed; and his neighbour, the magistrate

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Bombay Gazette

Bombay Gazette Maharashtra, India

25 Aug 1830

of genius—had lie been what he should have been—his pride and his idol. 1 speak nut of Lady By Rost in the common-place wanner of attesting character; 1 appeal to the gifted Mrs. SI DDONS and Jos to Lady titan and to other ornaments of s their sex, whether

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Bombay Gazette

Bombay Gazette Maharashtra, India

16 Aug 1837

surgeon, to the Blonde ; . Keen, to the Talbot ; Mr. A. Scott. stud Mr. IS. N. Baker, mate to the Kellock, acting-muter, to the Ksockatrice }loud, mute, to Hazard ; Mr. E. Couch , taut, to the Russell ; Mr. B. Bull, Samarang; Lieut. J. Chambert, reserved

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Bombay Gazette

Bombay Gazette Maharashtra, India

28 Feb 1840

important occasion. To this his Grace hiss replied, and called upon Sir Robert to retract his ill founded staleineut. Devostport Election —We learn, Irons our excellent contemporary, the West of Enyla,4 Conservative, 'hut Mr. Si. Auhyn his resigned only to become

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Bombay Gazette

Bombay Gazette Maharashtra, India

8 Oct 1828

rengt;, enough singly to sustain his reas.ei, and they both fell. The consiluence was speedily fatal : one of his lordship's ribs was uroketi, and he lingered only a few days, when death put an end to his severe sufferings. His eldest sun the sio.j.ct of this

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Bombay Gazette

Bombay Gazette Maharashtra, India

3 Apr 1816

Surgery has been lately performed by Mr. Carpus, of Deanftreq. An Meet ofoitlion le* his ia acts I service in Egypt, though otherwise enjoying robs& hPalthe On his return home, hearing that Mr. Carve' had, in his Anat- mieal Lettere', teem ioned tf tt

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Bombay Gazette

Bombay Gazette Maharashtra, India

29 Jul 1837

Ligature. Mr. Maculay at the head of the de. partinent of Public Instruction, and in this cape* city it has been his special object to substitute literature and science fur the Koran and the Vedas. How great and effect his la. ours. and those of his colleagues

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Bombay Gazette

Bombay Gazette Maharashtra, India

26 Oct 1838

in a case Mrs Templer, Mess Burrell Mrs. Charlie°, Mrs. of last necessity, whether it could delegate them to Peddy Mies Paddy. MrII. Mrs. Sten- others. The laws of a political conatitunen, like the art, Steuart, Mrs. Mayard Miss Laps d, Mrs, laws of other

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Bombay Gazette

Bombay Gazette Maharashtra, India

30 Oct 1841

arranged the duties of Mrs. Marlowe as governe.% were to cease. Eleanor had coin• pleted her seventeenth year. Mr. Benson, however, insisted that Mrs. Marlowe should remain with him till his daughter was married; and as that lady had lied with the family

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Bombay Gazette

Bombay Gazette Maharashtra, India

8 Oct 1817

some of the London Editors, in enerfy and effect s by the bold & valuable detender of his own press. The Times conceives Mr. Woollen to be very much indebted to his prosecutor* for bringing an obscure work into great notoriety, We also take the two following

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Bombay Gazette

Bombay Gazette Maharashtra, India

22 Dec 1830

meetings would not again easily. gall into neglect and disuse. After the health. .1 Lady William Bentinck, Lady Grey and the Ladies of the Presidency and that of Lady Grant lad beets given and received as such toasts needs oust. towards the close of the

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Bombay Gazette

Bombay Gazette Maharashtra, India

10 Sep 1836

wounded' ;- and on his return to his hotel , he was'attended by Sir Stephen Harnmick, who. extracted the' ball, and left his* patient in as comfortable a state.as under such cirnstances,.could be expected.. DRAK Z. Mental Club; May 8: MR. COOK sTATIMENT. k meeting

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Bombay Gazette

Bombay Gazette Maharashtra, India

5 May 1841

'warier in no- tieing our reply to his article on Duelling;, flatters himself if he think• any ardent desire ut taking an opposite view of the question to his own cocas oned us t i write without parting to c .n..id-r what his sea- tiinent s were.—Trie fact

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Bombay Gazette

Bombay Gazette Maharashtra, India

26 May 1830

' and that in his fondness for the declineation of heroic crime he endeavoured to fancy, *here he could not end, in his TOD character fit sujects for his pencil. Among the many goy hours we passed together this spring (1813),' says Mr. Moore, I remember

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Bombay Gazette

Bombay Gazette Maharashtra, India

30 Sep 1840

first to attempt tlw other. It is much to be lamented 1 reached us. Thbarrangements for spectators on and then that of his lady, the ladies of Macao, pro- that such great difficulty exists of obtaining full CANTON PRESS, JUNE G. board of the boats at the

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Bombay Gazette

Bombay Gazette Maharashtra, India

29 Dec 1819

laid by his brother art seeing some massive silver cnudlesticks at their residence in Cumberland, that lie had much more valuable articles of the same kind is his Highland home. Now It happened in teeth that a tin sconce was about the best of his ferniture

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