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AMRITA BAZAR PATRIKA (English Weekly), Calcutta, July 19 and 26.

AMRITA BAZAR PATRIKA (English Weekly), Calcutta, July 19 and 26.

IySAPPOINTED and unsuccessful here, the opponents of the Bill are now going about in England, begging for help and support The spectacle is indeed very amusing. They are appealing to the English people, but the appeal is not heeded. They are appealing to the great statesmen of E
01 August 1883 - Voice of India - Bombay, Maharashtra, India
 
262 this, the working of the bodies goes a little against the wishes of -Government, it has reserved to itself

262 this, the working of the bodies goes a little against the wishes of -Government, it has reserved to itself

the power of rispending the operation of any resolution passed by the Board. :‘ loreover, •G overn ment has the power of even superseding a 1: ad, and appointing new Commissioners instead. Collectors being the persons in power, it may be said that though the powers are reserved
01 August 1883 - Voice of India - Bombay, Maharashtra, India
 
INDIAN MIRROR (English Daily), Calcutta, July 22.

INDIAN MIRROR (English Daily), Calcutta, July 22.

AGRANDER institution than a National Fund cannot be conceived in the present state and for the present wants of India; and every true Indian should exert his influence in making it an accomplished fact. From the day a National Fund has been formed, the real regeneration of India
01 August 1883 - Voice of India - Bombay, Maharashtra, India
 
The TRIBUNE (English Weekly), Lahore, July 28 and August 18.

The TRIBUNE (English Weekly), Lahore, July 28 and August 18.

WE cannot help observing that if the High Courts continue to enjoy this summary jurisdiction and be allowed to put men into dungeon, without even the formality of a trial, for some utterances which might offend their dignity, fancied or real, the freedom of the Press would pract
01 August 1883 - Voice of India - Bombay, Maharashtra, India
 
THE VOI

THE VOI

VOL. I.—No. 2.]
01 February 1883 - Voice of India - Bombay, Maharashtra, India
 
[ FEB. 1883. BRAHMO PUBLIC OPINION (Calcutta), February 15.

[ FEB. 1883. BRAHMO PUBLIC OPINION (Calcutta), February 15.

T HE garrison of rank Anglo-Indianism has been panic-struck by the introduction of this measure in the Legislative Council of India. Ever since the motion of the Horeble Mr. Ilbert for leave to introduce the measure, the Englishman has not lost a single day in saying something o
01 February 1883 - Voice of India - Bombay, Maharashtra, India
 
BEHAR HERALD (Baukipore), February 6 and 20.

BEHAR HERALD (Baukipore), February 6 and 20.

N submitting Mr. Gupta's note Sir Ashley Eden expressed his very strong opinion in favour of altering the law in the direction indicated by Mr. Gupta. The result of the consultation by the Supreme Government with all the local Governments and Administrations has confirmed beyond
01 February 1883 - Voice of India - Bombay, Maharashtra, India
 
[ FEB. 1883.

[ FEB. 1883.

ment itself. The maintenance of this distinction argues, though not directly, a want of judgment and honesty on the part of zilla Magistrates, and, therefore, the sooner it is done away with, the better for the reputation of British justice. The reason urged in its favour, may b
01 February 1883 - Voice of India - Bombay, Maharashtra, India
 
11. [ FEB. 1883.

11. [ FEB. 1883.

The TRIBUNE (Lahore), February 3. BUT the speech of the occasion was made by Mr. Ilbert. The new legal member necessarily dealt with the subject from an English point of view. He rightly held that, in spite of the enormous differences between the Englishman and the Hindu and bet
01 February 1883 - Voice of India - Bombay, Maharashtra, India
 
INDIAN EMPIRE (Calcutta), January 28.

INDIAN EMPIRE (Calcutta), January 28.

THE letter speaks for itself; and, but for the circumstance that it has emanated from the pen of Mr. O'Donnell who, from a sheer sense of justice and love of fair play, has of late so disinterestedly placed his time and intelligence at the services of the unrepresented Indians,
01 February 1883 - Voice of India - Bombay, Maharashtra, India