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Friend of India and Statesman

Friend of India and Statesman West Bengal, India

19 Sep 1872

what is involved iu his refusal, we do not know, though we suppose that it will simply be that the verdict, covering more ground than England ever admitted to be valid ground for arbitration, the English representative refuses his assent to the principle

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Englishman's Overland Mail

Englishman's Overland Mail West Bengal, India

17 Apr 1895

'aldali by the mail for Darjiling yesterday ternoon. His Honorlon arrival at Siliguri all ride up to Kurseong via. Pau Kliabari. le Hon. Mr. Caton, Chief Secretary, the o n . Mr. Risley, Sir Alfred Croft and Mr. miry,lnspector-General of Police, left for 'ding

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Englishman's Overland Mail

Englishman's Overland Mail West Bengal, India

3 Mar 1897

prudent men of his community, and his advice was sought by his friends and others who stood in need of it. Bring of a patriotic turn of mind the deceased in the year 181.18 endowed a charitable school for boys of all denominations in his native place at

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Englishman's Overland Mail

Englishman's Overland Mail West Bengal, India

21 Sep 1905

then pat and carried. The Hon. Mr. Nalin Behar( Sircar then moved that the following eight commissioners do form the Special Conunittee:—Mr. Morshed, Mr. Apcar, Mr. Bertram, Moulvi Badruddin Ryder, Mr. Lane Anderson, Mr. Phelps, Baba Kali Churn Palit

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Calcutta Gazette

Calcutta Gazette West Bengal, India

23 Feb 1815

Wits that h a v e h ono r ed h er w ith their his time, and for the exp e nc es of return - February 1, !a lb. Commands, and t o th e L adies In 0 I and lo• g s to inf o r m t h em , that she his re . lug to his home ; and f u r ther, to report ceised an

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Calcutta Gazette

Calcutta Gazette West Bengal, India

26 May 1814

sow to No felt in the market. The ingdooi, daptain Laird, Bound to .China with a carp of cotton, lett Pilot i t rtpected, that a Boat Race, for a Sitlr to be raised by sebecription, Will Phu en His Majesty's birth day. Some measum have already been effecter

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Englishman's Overland Mail

Englishman's Overland Mail West Bengal, India

1 Feb 1900

addition to the vast expenditure of mr,ney sanctioned by Parliament to carry the in South Africa to a successful conclusion. T:nis war would never have occurred if President followers had continued to Kruger and his acknowledge the Queen's sovereignty

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Friend of India and Statesman

Friend of India and Statesman West Bengal, India

8 Jan 1863

far from successful. In his remarks on the School the Lieutenant Governor says he looks forward to the time when no Hindoo of respectable family will consider that he has done justice to his daughters, or fulfilled his duty to his country in respect to

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Englishman's Overland Mail

Englishman's Overland Mail West Bengal, India

24 Dec 1889

TRWARDS :—Mr. A. A. Apear, aj stbise. Hurdle RAI The Lloyd Lindsay Prize for ; British Cavalry Beaver, R.A., Mr. Latham B. Hamilton's.' Held. end claps raised' was won by the and Dragoon Gustaf, fur. the Macpherson, C.S., Hon. C. Mmore..and Mr. C. flights

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Englishman's Overland Mail

Englishman's Overland Mail West Bengal, India

10 Jan 1894

into Delhi, where sense the end of a week of hard work, but he wont find Mr. Bode much peace or relaxation if .he has to eght his Capt. way roond amongst a mob of men having to Mr. Alexaw*le It was thee resolved that the following succes- p 45 4.m. the

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Calcutta Gazette

Calcutta Gazette West Bengal, India

20 Nov 1800

Lianen -Some Iron Work for another Mill. ties with Ho fete, ticc. complete-Ladies' Shawl Goods-Ten Chefts of Hyfon Tea, of rid Gentlemen's plain Hunting ditto-Cur- JOHN LAIRD, Efq. a superior quality-one hundred pieces of be fell by Public Amino., ride

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Friend of India and Statesman

Friend of India and Statesman West Bengal, India

3 Feb 1859

try to Madagascar duringl s s3•`B : MARGARET MAITLAND'S NEW NOVEL. with Notices of the People, Natural History, Ac. By IHE Laird of Nirlaw, a Scottish Story, by the Author the Rev. William Ellis , Author of 0 Polynesian Releof Margaret Maitland. Lillie's

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Englishman's Overland Mail

Englishman's Overland Mail West Bengal, India

6 Mar 1883

eilgers & Co. No. 0 llastiogs' Moorings 31elbourtie. Ranger British Mr. —• 11. M.'s Government 01f Prinsep'e Uht. Moorings Uncertain. Roumania .1. Laird British etr. 22417 Graham & Co. Off No. 4 Jelty ~. Loudest via knei

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Friend of India and Statesman

Friend of India and Statesman West Bengal, India

15 Jun 1871

education. W4B origipplly 34d devoted Moak * who)* of his earnings to the spread of educating. Hs quite different from ether benefactors of mankind, inasmuch as kis pecuniary gifts to schools were given in his lifetime, whilst those of other benefactors were

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Indian Daily News

Indian Daily News West Bengal, India

12 Oct 1905

THE LAIRD OF SKID° RECENTLY ENTERtained a party of ladies from Pittsburg, and after lunch stated openly that if the password to Paradise is open sesame the password to Skibo is Pittsburg, dear smoky captivating Pittsburg. Where, however, did Mr. Carnegie

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Indian Statesman

Indian Statesman West Bengal, India

9 Nov 1872

for the restoration of his health. Mr. Thiers has addressed the Assembly in reply to 11. Gaudette's speech at Grenoble, and also respecting the recent religious disturbances at Nantes, concerning which he announced it to be his wish and that of the Government

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Indian Daily News

Indian Daily News West Bengal, India

3 Dec 1903

which were very interesting, were a pro- His Honour tha raincoat feature of the Nora khana. Bengal ;1) M Han: Special arrangements were made for Newton ; BH W the accommodation of ladies who were desir- Laird ; A H 8 ous of hearing them after the table

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Indian Statesman

Indian Statesman West Bengal, India

29 Jun 1873

London, with a general cargo and the following passengers :—Sergaon Major Dickinson. Mr. and Mrs. Kendall, Mr. Barr, Mr. Bird. Mrs. Plummer and 4 children. Mn. Heatoo, and Mrs. Sluett. Tbe captain reports that he bad for the most pan tine weather. Prom Aden

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Indian Daily News

Indian Daily News West Bengal, India

3 Dec 1903

were a pro- HIS Honour the LieutenentaoVernor of minent feature of the burns khasa. Bengal ;D Al Hamilton; T W Hockley ;0 U Special arrangements were made for Newton; BH W Ritchie ;B W Brown; W the accommodation of ladies who were desk- Laird ;A H Summers

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Indian Statesman

Indian Statesman West Bengal, India

18 Jul 1876

end it. So, too, the successful merchant prise of smell beginnings has to submit to the repeated of his sisters and Coining., his brother's children and his father's friends, front the small country village whets he once played amongst the pigsties, and

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