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Times of India

Times of India Maharashtra, India

15 Nov 1875

Colonel Ellis, Mr. F. Knollys, Captain the Horible Carr Glyn, General Sam Browns, Radford, Major Henderson, Mr. Ceeder, Mestuier, Lord Alfred Paget, Lord Suffield, Lord Aylesford, His Grace the Duke of Sutherland, Mr. Albert Gray, Mr. Sydney Hall, Lord

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Times of India

Times of India Maharashtra, India

17 Oct 1862

further description of the - will In seen that Mr. of taking his readers into his insinuating his knowledge of the mow ulsout mud, the thin dio neon, and that other ree elation. rated in due order, that we his untaught and ignorant readers met. Their author

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Bombay Gazette

Bombay Gazette Maharashtra, India

11 Nov 1858

seventeen years, is obliged to consult health in a change of air. Mr. Hart, the Government Secretary also goes home, to be followed in the discharge of his duties, according to the Standard, by Mr. Ellice. According to the same authority Colonel Melvill, the

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Times of India

Times of India Maharashtra, India

29 May 1876

to-day : Far 600thareptaa—Kr. .T.Drasa Mr. papa R. B. sal Mrs. WY. roam—Kr. Yr& H. A. Mr. Gawp Mr. sad Ws. Lard., Yr. Naha* Moller. Wz. W. °wigs. mr. Odom Meador', Ur. D. Yr. Arians, Out mom a polkas& For Bum—Ys,.llml Mr. N.B. NOTES FROM SIMLA. (nom ovz OWN

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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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Times of India

Times of India Maharashtra, India

16 Oct 1876

dayaohools and 29 Sunday schools, with nearly 10,000 scholars, in oonnsetion with this work. Mr. Muller has completed his 71u year, and has arranged that his son-in-law, Mr. James Wright, should carry on the work, in PM of hie death. But he says he Is as well

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Times of India

Times of India Maharashtra, India

31 May 1864

doubtless be found to supply any number of lady-ducturs. But, then, does u market for lady-doctors exist, or can one be made %Ye do not see how tiny one can answer this question confidently. it is true that there aro lady-doctors in America, and they say, in

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Times of India

Times of India Maharashtra, India

28 Sep 1888

bakore Saheb of Linaree Mr. J. Stewart, C.S., Mr. and Mrs. Kirkham, sir. and Mrs. Oxeulsaro, Mrs. Willoughby, Mrs. MacKenzie, Dr. and Art I Street, Miss Clayton, Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Small, Miss Bernard, Miss Alexander Mrs. Campbell, Mrs Davidson, the Misses

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Bombay Gazette

Bombay Gazette Maharashtra, India

17 Aug 1855

airried on by Mr. BARingami dennin; CLOCiII. AND moderate and rea1.1,14/e terms. adjoin Mr. late residence in et, lately vacated by Dr. Lower. CF: MUNCHERJEE trusts that his e of 24 years under Mr. BARRON. in rears under his predecessor the late Mr. sufficient

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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

3 Feb 1866

whe toe tap cr wOf be. big ono apole ,, n he el b.' ear t hi. conetenon the ant bra an *slid, and that the snood was now fe OWL but If OM Ergllch law is the we- k 1 mad whet • MO be ea d of Iri.• legal* P Hen, we ham the Oboe t the r. 0,0 • lie tate,

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Times of India

Times of India Maharashtra, India

17 Sep 1862

l b, Pier. mars ;lien It is bow to esti' ma te the thearetion of lady ot British law, in arming the unproteettel fennel. with and (Sings, and of the sort the pow. of the metier' fur his of promise °tit AgmeT of now whom ruck ahliesees take an interest

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Bombay Gazette

Bombay Gazette Maharashtra, India

30 Jun 1858

who the h ole course et his causer had . Earl Talbot. Ile was shown by the opponents to his i claim to have been alive in and IliIti; but his name not appearing in the pewit of precedence as an i errl's younger nun granted to his brother George in 1630

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Times of India

Times of India Maharashtra, India

19 Dec 1876

Hata can • laird et de mil - to mention. Home sad beta Ezra des be had on application. pane J. IL LADIES' OWN MATERIALS made up. PIMA Solt ti 1 0= A DISCOUNT OF TEN PER CENT. FOR PROMPT CASH. GENTLEMEN ' S KID GLOVES, R4l. 3-4 a pair ; and LADIES' RITC HIE

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Times of India

Times of India Maharashtra, India

19 Aug 1861

for Printing hi the Vandal. Lan - rams. and baa alao Wren founts of Eng- lish Typo for all descriptions of work. Arched te the Preas is • Boardeficee Dretword, rich is riao •ffoctir and rom- The Irentain Mrs The Faminies Prey Hareilies of Lady Jar Oroy-

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Bombay Gazette

Bombay Gazette Maharashtra, India

26 Aug 1863

while Mr. CiAyle's sympathies are, for SALE VALCABLC IiC,NII4LOWS IN UPPER- -- - - ----- K. loopier Jewels. Collar. sail Nettie tor Bells. hid ' lead ' s him shuck rather peculiu reasons of his own, with his oeneral BA. n . v h e ts yan i. ce hi ri e

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Bombay Gazette

Bombay Gazette Maharashtra, India

2 Jan 1854

indebtedness and lax morality, Mr. Luard naturally concluded that the same rule would be applied to the case of their colleague, Mr. Simpson ; and he immediately published in the papers, under his own name, a letter charging Mr. Simpson distinctl♦ with judicial

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Times of India

Times of India Maharashtra, India

14 Apr 1871

be filled up in the picture sketched by His Excellency, it is obvious that a still larger design is waiting execution by his facile hand. Argamenta on imperial questions were conspicuous by their absence from his speech. This coarse was avowedly taken

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Bombay Gazette

Bombay Gazette Maharashtra, India

22 Oct 1851

Cavendish (with whom Col Gordon and Col. Phipps entered, for a short timo, into conversation), Lady Cavendish, Sir Richard king, Mr. Sullivan, Lady Clark, Mr. Dashwood. the Hon. George Curson, &c. Her Majesty did not leave the carriage, but immediately

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Times of India

Times of India Maharashtra, India

19 Sep 1870

that should known which Menu, Laird omit to that the CaptainV completme wee repotted foe weeks and months expressly hi order that she might bees the fall benefit of our experience with the Monarch. I observe that Messrs. Laird, like some other permit pay

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