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BELLARY DIRT: MUNSIFFS COURT. (Before P. TssoomvL Row District Tifoonsiff.) C. KISAVA MUDALIAB 11. A. N. VINKLTAULY RAJ. JUINIMENT.

BELLARY DIRT: MUNSIFFS COURT. (Before P. TssoomvL Row District Tifoonsiff.) C. KISAVA MUDALIAB 11. A. N. VINKLTAULY RAJ. JUINIMENT.

BELLARY DIRT: MUNSIFFS COURT. (Before P. TssoomvL Row District Tifoonsiff.) C. MUDALIAB 11. A. N. VINKLTAULY RAJ. JUINIMENT. suit for thi amount a promissory note given as a gratification for an attempt to inftnenee Member, of Government, and of the Board of Revenue, dismissed wi
30 August 1876 - Madras Weekly Mail - Madras, Tamil Nadu, India
 
SUBADAR BHUR SING.

SUBADAR BHUR SING.

The following story is not a pleasant one, but it is a true one : Subadar Bhur Sing ' served 47 years and 5 months in the Indian Army. He was present on tbe Frontier with Sir Charles Napier at the passage of the Chenab, at the actions ofChillianwalla and Gujerat. He stuck by us
30 August 1876 - Madras Weekly Mail - Madras, Tamil Nadu, India
 
THE MADRAS WEEKLY MAIL.

THE MADRAS WEEKLY MAIL.

This cancels the portion of G 0 G No 459, dated uly 1876, granting furlough to tui: officer. The following promotiou is made, subject to Her Majesty's approval : Madras Staff Corps. Captain Charles Haytlr , havin,v completed twenty years' service, to be Major, from the 20th i ug
30 August 1876 - Madras Weekly Mail - Madras, Tamil Nadu, India
 
Gc UCCASIC A 0 The Nat The A " The Sup Chu Sou FRAUD Mr. Comae TIN Lieu. I

Gc UCCASIC A 0 The Nat The A " The Sup Chu Sou FRAUD Mr. Comae TIN Lieu. I

30 August 1876 - Madras Weekly Mail - Madras, Tamil Nadu, India
 
nation that resembled the habitual attitude of our rulers in Madras; but the unpopulaiity and suspicion that this reticence necessarily

nation that resembled the habitual attitude of our rulers in Madras; but the unpopulaiity and suspicion that this reticence necessarily

caused, seem to have rendered Lord DERBY especially more desirous of taking the country into the confidence of the Government, and by this simple means establishing a claim upon the country's confidence. The exaggeration into which Mr. GLADSTONE is led by his ardour may be expec
14 October 1876 - Madras Weekly Mail - Madras, Tamil Nadu, India
 
THE MADRAS WEEKLY MAIL.

THE MADRAS WEEKLY MAIL.

shall Wive almost appointments thrown open to natives. We are living in a transitional pried. The old ' liahadooric' times were good in their owu way. We used to be patronised by Europeans, and protected by them. We have not arrived at the stage of equality and independence. Bst
14 October 1876 - Madras Weekly Mail - Madras, Tamil Nadu, India
 
THE WELD CASE.

THE WELD CASE.

TEE Government have to•day (October 9) published their Proceedings of the 2nd ultimo containing certain papers in the Weld case. These include the memorial from the Head Sheristadar of North Arcot, and the Order of Government on the which we published several days ago. They also
14 October 1876 - Madras Weekly Mail - Madras, Tamil Nadu, India
 
THE LATE REV. W. B. CAPRON.

THE LATE REV. W. B. CAPRON.

A COERFOPONDENT at Madura writes : It is with deep regtet what I report the death, yesterday morning, the 6th instant, of heart disease, of the Rev. W. B. Capon, the esteemed Missionary of Mans Madura, a station lying thirty miles due east on the Ramnad Road. He had been ailing
14 October 1876 - Madras Weekly Mail - Madras, Tamil Nadu, India
 
EitICIITICIt'S TICIAGRAMS. j

EitICIITICIt'S TICIAGRAMS. j

TICIAGRAMS. j Simla, 9th Oct.—The Council met to-day. The Omni L aws and Laud Revenue Bills were passed. The Viceroy made a very able speech in vindication of Government from the serious accusation brought against its policy regarding the Oudh land tenures, in a recent work entit
14 October 1876 - Madras Weekly Mail - Madras, Tamil Nadu, India
 
VOL. XV. CON T EN T S. Nswe OY THE The late Lord Hobart "' • MAI. SELECTIONS : The

VOL. XV. CON T EN T S. Nswe OY THE The late Lord Hobart "' • MAI. SELECTIONS : The

Two Governors Coast Defences ... The Duke on New Brooms Chances of the Belligerents The Episcopal Rsis-lutions Cinchona Cultivation How History Repeats Itself Sir R. Temple and Dr. Cornish The Western Question Farming as a Preventative of Famine The Theatre of War The Advance on
28 April 1877 - Madras Weekly Mail - Madras, Tamil Nadu, India