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THE

CALCUTTA REVIEW.

VOL. II.

OCTOBER-DECEMBER, 1844.

* No man, who hath tasted learning, but will confess the many ways of profiting by those, who
not contented with stale receipts, are able to manage and set forth new positions to the world :
and were they but as the dust and cinders of our feet, so long, as in that notion, they may yet
serre to polish and brighten the armoury of truth; even for that respect they were not utterly to
be cast away."-Milton.

CALCUTTA:

PRINTED FOR THE PROPRIETOR, BY SANDERS AND CONES, No. 4

TANK-SQUARE, AND SOLD BY ALL THE BOOKSELLERS.

1844.

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ART. IV.-ADDISCOMBE.

1. Rules and Regulations of the Honorable East India

Company's Seminary at Addiscombe, 1834.

121

2. Ditto ditto, 1844.

ib.

3. The Military Annual, London, 1844.

ib.

4. Peregrine Pultuney; or Life in India, 3 vols. 8vo. Lon-

don, 1844.

ib.

ART. V.--THE SEIKHS AND THEIR COUNTRY.

1. Journal of a march from Delhi to Peshawur, and from

thence to Cabool with the Mission of Colonel Wade,

including Travels in the Punjab, a visit to the City

of Lahore, and a narrative of Operations in the

Khybur Pass in 1839, by Lieut. W. Barr: post 8vo.

cloth, with six illustrations. London, 1844.

153

2. Map of the Western Provinces of Hindustan ; the Pun-

jab, Rajpootanah, Scinde, Cabool, &c. cloth, in a

case, W. H. Allen and Co. London, 1844.

ib.

ART. VI.-SIR W. H. MACNAGHTEN.

1. General Register of the Hon'ble East India Company's

Civil Servants on the Bengal establishment, from

1790 to 1942, comprising the dates of their respective

appointments, &c. &c., compiled from authentic sources,

under the direction of the Hon'ble H. T. Prinsep,

by Ramchunder Doss.—Calcutta, printed at the

Baptist Mission Press, 1844,

209

2. Papers relating to Affghanistan. London, 1838,

ib.

3. The Military operations at Caubul, which ended in the

retreat and destruction of the British Army, January,

1842, &c. &c.—By Lieut. Vincent Eyre, Bengal

Artillery. London, 1843,

ib.

MISCELLANEOUS CRITICAL NOTICES.

1. Discourses read at the Meetings of the Hindu Theophilan-

thropic Society-Calcutta, 1844,

· 266

2. Proposed Fever Hospital, in connection with the Medical

College, Calcutta. By Fred. J. Mouat, M. D., . . 277

3. Narrative of a Mission to India and the countries

bordering on the Persian Gulph, &c. by M. Fontanier

-Vice Consul of France at Bassorah, London, 1844, 286

4. Sketches of Oriental Heads. By Charles Grant, No.

14, Calcutta; Thacker and Co., 1844,

295

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