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from an anonymous writer scarcely falls within the scope of this magazine. It may be added here that a large

from an anonymous writer scarcely falls within the scope of this magazine. It may be added here that a large

number of Native papers continue to write in favour of H. H. the Holkar : " Certain Urdu papers have commenced to write in favour of the Maharajah, and called the Pioneer specially the enemy of the Native gentry and answerable for all blame. I regret very much to see that these
31 August 1884 - Voice of India - Bombay, Maharashtra, India
 
The Voice of India.

The Voice of India.

The Voice India.
15 September 1884 - Voice of India - Bombay, Maharashtra, India
 
676 !* -i-P

676 !* -i-P

676 !* • about to close, whilst others deal with the broad principles on which the retiring ruler based his policy, regardless of immediate success. One or two writers, who first appeared to dissent from the general verdict, are now impatient to explain that their disappointment
01 November 1884 - Voice of India - Bombay, Maharashtra, India
 
The Voice of India.

The Voice of India.

01 November 1884 - Voice of India - Bombay, Maharashtra, India
 
Nov. 1884.

Nov. 1884.

Already Simla, Umbella, Umritsur, the sacred city of the Sikhs, have commenced the ball in a style which, we are afraid, will send many an Anglo-Indian opponent of his Lordship's policy to feel stricken with a severe fit of the ague. The EAST (English Weekly), Dacca, November 8
01 November 1884 - Voice of India - Bombay, Maharashtra, India
 
The RetireNg Viceroy.

The RetireNg Viceroy.

01 November 1884 - Voice of India - Bombay, Maharashtra, India
 
The SAMACHAR (Gujarati Daily), Bombay, November 18.

The SAMACHAR (Gujarati Daily), Bombay, November 18.

TN spite of the impress of Lord Lytton's prestige during the glorious Delhi assemblage on the minds of the people of Delhi, he was allowed to pass unheeded when he relinquished his high office. Whereas the plain Lord Ripon has been honoured in a way by the people of Delhi which
01 November 1884 - Voice of India - Bombay, Maharashtra, India
 
‘141%c, 692 The Voice V India.

‘141%c, 692 The Voice V India.

‘ 141 %c, 692 The Voice V India.
01 November 1884 - Voice of India - Bombay, Maharashtra, India
 
INDIAN NATION (English Weekly), Calcutta, November 17.

INDIAN NATION (English Weekly), Calcutta, November 17.

AN English statesman, fresh from the associations of the purest portions of English life, is especially fitted to be a ruler of India, for he is free from local Indian prejudices; and who does not know the depth and the extent of those prejudices 7 But where an English statesman
01 November 1884 - Voice of India - Bombay, Maharashtra, India
 
Nov. 1884. ]

Nov. 1884. ]

figure for the Deccan at least, for there the figure he has obtained, as generally prevailing, is from 35 to 40 per cent. And yet in Bengal lands are assessed so low as 1 per cent Mr. Blunt should have given us typical instances with figures in detail. Mere generalizations can o
01 November 1884 - Voice of India - Bombay, Maharashtra, India