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Sugar.-The Sugar market continues brisk. The Silk.–The market is heavy. deliveries from the Warehouses have greatly in- Indigo.—The intelligence from Calcutta is to the creased. The accounts from all the out-ports are 5th July. The accounts respecting Indigo state also favourable-brisk markets, scarcity of Sugars, an average crop, 65,000 to 90,000 maunds; this is and higher prices, particularly at Glasgow. The likely to produce no new feature in the market; stock of West-India Sugar is now 44,118 hhds. and the prices and demand are without variation. trs., being 8,844 more than last year. The stock Tea. -Common Twankays hare advanced fd. of Mauritius 73,190 bags, being 4,533 more than 1d. per lb. Bohea, large chests, 3s. 104d., half

The delivery of West-India is 2,874 and quarter, 3s. 103d. a 3. lld., and Congou bhds. and trs., being 242 more than last year. The packages 3s. 11 d. a 4s. per Ib. Common Congous delivery of Mauritius is 1,740 bags, being 3,067 less cost to ld. discount, fine fd. a ld. per Ib. profit. than the corresponding week of 1832. There have Cotton.-- The accounts from Liverpool state that been considerable sales of Siam Sugars at an ad- the buyers came forward freely, under the idea of vance.

the market having reached the lowest. From Spices. The public sale of Cinnamon on the 11th Manchester the report is favourable; goods were November -111 bales 1st sort, taxed at 6s. 6d. per in great request at the late reduction in the prices Ib., sold at gs. 80. a 8s. 7d., not taxed 58. 3d. a 6s. In this market the sales of Cotton are too incon4d.; 715 bales 2d sort, taxed at 5s. 6d. per lb., sold siderable for enumeration. at 58. 7d. a 78. 5d., not taxed 4s. 6d. a 5s, 3d. First Wool.–At the public sales, which commenced sort, fair to very good, sold 9d. a ls. per lb. lower on the 27th Oct., and finished on the 5th Nov., than last sale, the ord. untaxed about Is. per lb. about 2,500 bales Sydney and Van Diemen's Land, lower. Second sort, good and very good sold very not only sold at full market prices, but the ord, unevenly, some lots being is. per lb. dearer than ls. 9d. a 28. 6d., sold at a forther advance of ed. others of same quality ; the average may be 3d. a 3d. per lb. The prices were-Australian, good per Ib. higher; mid. 3d. a 60. lower ; untaxed 6d. 3s. a 4s. 2d., ord. 2s, a 3s. 3d.; Van Diemen's Land. a 9d. lower. Broken sold about 2d. higher. Pep. good 28. 4d. a 3s., low ls. 8d. a 25. 3d. per sells freely at full market prices.

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Red. Consols. Red. Pr.Cent. Annuities. Stock. 1826.

India
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Bills.

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INDEX TO VOL. XII.

PART I.-ORIGINAL AND SELECT PAPERS, &c.

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Amherst, experimental voyage of the, 91,

157, 215.
Amoy, attempt to trade at, 95.
Antelope, hunting the, in India, 191.
Arabian extraction of roots, 5 – history,

250.
Army, Indian, 75--statistics, 173.
Arnot (Mr. S.), his account of Ram Mo.

hun Roy, 288.
Asiatic Society of Bengal, review of its

transactions, 1, 87-meetings of, 125,

291-journal of, 292—of Paris, 64.
Assam, survey of, 91.
Alla-gool, manufacture of the, 73.

Casia Hills, natives of the, 91.
Ceylon, new charter of justice for, 69%

account of the Chaliah caste in, 269-
abolition of compulsory labour in, 282

-coins from, 291.
Chaliahs, caste of, in Ceylon, 269.
Cheetahs, hunting with, 191.
China, journey to, across the desert of

Gobi, 25 — imperial family of, 37
court and tribunals of Peking, ib.ex.
perimental voyage to the N.E. coast of,
94, 157, 215-present state of British

intercourse with, 213.
Chin-hae, attempt to trade at, 104.
Cholera Morbus, phenomena connected

with, at Damascus, 66-review of works

on, 222.

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Balk, visit to the city of, 118-grave of

Mr. Moorcroft at, 120.
Bamean, description of the idols at, 115.
Benares, population of, 91.
Bengal, sketches of society in, 13, 182–

scenes in the upper provinces of, 73.
Bharatpur, marriage of the raja of, 291.
Blotia Mehals, statistical report on the, 1.
Biography :-Ram Mohun Roy, 195, 287.
Board of Control, 44, 213

further cor-
respondence with, relative to the Com-

pany's charter, 49.
Bokhara, route of Lieut. Burnes and Dr.

Gerard from Peshawar to, 112 des.

cription of the city, 121.
Bones, fragments of, in India, 217.
Botany of the Himalaya, 124, 236.
Brahma K'anda, 225.
Brahma Vaiverlta Purana, analysis of, 225.
Bridge at Fuh-chow-foo, 101-natural, at

the Mauritius, 128.
Bryce (Dr.) on Christian prospects in

India, 294.
Budgerow, travelling in India by, 13.
Bunge (Dr.), journey of, to China across

the desert of Gobi, 25.
Burman literature, 61.
Burnes (Lieut.), route of, from Peshawar

to Bokhara, 112.

Christianity in India, 294.
Cinnamon, collection of, in Ceylon, 269.
City of the Silent, 39.
Clarke (Mr. W.S.), dissent by, on the sub-

ject of the Company's charter, 49.
Clergy, salaries of, in India, 124.
Coins, Bactrian, 92, 126, 291 - Cingha-

lese, 291.
College, national, at Peking, 38 East-

India, at Haileybury, 45.
Control, Board of, 44, 49, 213.
Convicts, native, in Bengal, 84.
Copper mines at Nellore, 126.
Corea, experimental voyage to, 166 -

tempt to open trade in, 169.
Crichton (Mr.), review of his history of

Arabia, 250.
Critical Notices, 66, 218, 292—see also

Review of Books.

at

Dacca, census of the city of, 92.
Damascus, phenomenon at, 66.
Dandis and Dasnámis, account of the

Hindu sects of, 5.
Davids (Mrs.), present to, from the Sul.

tan of Turkey, 296.
Deccan prize-money, 133.
Dionysiacs of Nonnus, 92.
Dost Mahomed Khan, chief of Kabul, 112.
Dress of Europeans in India, 193.
Dutch, early policy of, in Ceylon, 269.

(2 P)

Cabool, visit to, 112_description of the

country, ib.— Russian church at, 114.
Carnac (Mr. J. R.), dissent by, on the

subject of the Company's charter, 45.
Asial. Jour. N.S. Vor.? N0,48.

East-India Company, petition from, to the salaries and allowances of the clergy in,

House of Commons respecting the re- 124-army of, 75, 173—fragments of
newal of their charter, 44-dissents of bones in, 217– description of a jungle-
Directors from the ministerial plan, 45, station in, 182– Christian prospects in,
49, 51, 53-assents to the plan, 59- 294-native education in, ib.
their remarks on the late experimental Indigo- Planters, the, 255.
voyage to the N. E. coast of China, 99

present state of their relations with
the Chinese, 213.

Jains, tenets and practices of the, 88.
Ecclesiastical establishments in India, ex-

Jangamas, or worshippers of the Linga, 7.
penses of, 124.

Jats of Bharatpur, marriage rites and
Education of natives in India, 294.

usages of the, 291.
Epitaph, an, 86.

Jogis, tenets of the, 7.
Europe, study of the languages of, with Jungles, Indian, a sojourn in the, 182.
reference to their origin, 108.

Justice, new charter of, for Ceylon, 69.

Kabul-see Cabool.
Fokëen, attempt to open trade in, 95.

Kamaon, the Bhotia Mehals of, 1.
Fuh-chow.foo, bridge of, 101-attempt to

Khulm, account of, 117.
open trade at, 101.
Fund, Oriental Translation, 29, 283

Knox (Mr.G.), correction of an error by,61.
Medical Retiring, in India, 180. Koros (Mr. Csoma de), Tibetan gratumar

and dictionary by, 125.

Krishna Janma K’handa, analysis of, 230.
Ganes’a K’handa, analysis of the, 229.
Garjan, or wood-oil, 125.

Languages, Oriental, 29, 61, 64-study
Gerard (Dr.), roule of, from Peshawar of those of Asia and Europe, with re.
to Bokhara, 112.

ference to their origin and to their my.
Ghazeepore, description of, 73.

tual resemblances and differences, 108.
Gobi, journey across the desert of, 25. Lew Poo, or six supreme tribunals at Pe-
Grant (Right Hon. C.), further corres-

king, 37.
pondence with, relative to the Com- Lindsay (Mr. H. H.), attempt of, to
pany's charter, 49-letter to, relative to open trade on the N.E. coast of China,
British intercourse with China, 213.

94, 157, 215.
Gutzlaf (Rev. Mr.), 94, 157.

Linga, worship of the, 7.
Literary Intelligence, 68, 224, 296.

Literature, Sanscrit, 29 - Burman, 61 –
Hafiz, translations from, 238, 268.

Oriental, study of, on the continent, 64.
Haileybury College, 45.

Loo choo, attempt to open trade at, 171.
Han lin yuen, or grand national college, Lord Amherst, voyage of, 94, 157, 215.

at Peking, 38.
Hawks, hunting with, in India, 190,

Magic, Mahomedan, 62.
Himalaya, botany of the, 124, 236.

Marjoribanks (Mr. Campbell), dissent by,
Hindu Kush, journey across the, 114, on the subject of the Company's char-
Hindu religious sects, 5, 87_-literature,

ter, 51.
29-metaphysics, 40, 174 - marriage

(Mr. Charles) on the present state
ceremonies, 188 - mythology, 225 of British intercourse with China, 213.
education, 294.

Marriage riles of the Hindus, 188–of the
Hong-merchants, Chinese, character of, Jats at Bharatpur, 291.
213.

Martin (late M. Şaint) on the study of
Hoo-keany, visit of Europeans to, 100, 102. the languages of Asia and Europe, 108.
Horses, stud for the breed of, at Ghazee-

(Mr. R. M.) on East and West-

India sugars, 262.
Hunting in India, 190.

Mathison, lines from the German of, 93.
Hurdwar, a visit to, 129.

Mauritius, new society in, for the study of
Hymn to Content, 254.

natural history, 126, 217.
Idols at Bamean, 115.

May Gordon, a romance from real life,

145.
India, religious sects in, 5, 87--sketches
of society in, 13, 182 — further papers

Medical Retiring Finds, Indian, 180.
respecting the renewal of the charter for Mendicanıs, religious, in India, 7.
44-scenes in the upper provinces of, Metaphysics, Hindu, 40, 174.
73-coins found in, 92, 126, 291- Ministers, cabinet, of China, 37.

pore, 81.

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December.)
Index.- Part I.

291
Mirkhond, review of Mr. Shea's translation Europe, ib. Ewing's System of Geo-
of, 283.

graphy, ib. — Royle's Illustrations of
Mofussil, scenes in, 73–Ghazeepore, ib. the Botany of the Himalayan Moun.
Moorcroft (Mr.), visit to the grave of, 120.

tains, 124, 236 — Marjoribauks on the

present State of British Intercourse
Mungoose, its animosity to snakes, 75,

with China, 213 Fisher's Drawing
Nánuk Sháhis, or Sikhs, a religious sect,

Room Scrap-Book for 1834, 218_Po-

cock's Flowers of the East, 221-Trea-
in India, 87.

tise on the Arts, Manufactures, Man.
Nauscopy, 128.

ners, &c, of the Greeks and Romans,
Nellore, copper mines at, 126.

ib.-Dr. Ayre on the Cholera Morbus,
Ning-po, description of the city of, 104 222 - An Inquiry into the Disease

--attempt to open trade at, 101, 157. called Cholera Morbus, ib. Margaret
Night, an Indian, described, 219.

Dod's Cook and Housewife's Manual,

ib.Crowe's Lives of Foreign States-
Oriental literature, study of, in Europe,

men, 223 — Friendship's Offering for
29, 64, 108, 283.

1834, ib. The Comic Offering for

1834, ib. The British Catholic Colo.
Oriental Translation Fund, remarks of Mr.
von Schegel on the, 29.

nial Quarterly Intelligencer, ib. - Re-

port of the Edinburgh Academy, 224–
Orus, journey to the, 117.

Lepage's Echo de Paris, ib.- Parker's

System of Short-band, ih. Crichton's
Papers, further, respecting the renewal of

History of Arabia, 250-Shea's Trans-
the East India Company's charter, 44.

lation of Mirkhond, 283—Journal of the
Parker (Mr.), review of his work on Van Asiatic Society of Bengal, 292 — Par-
Diemen's Land, 292.

ker's Rise, Progress, and Present State of
Parliament, petition from the East India Van Diewen's Land, ib. Dr. Bryce's
Company to, 44.

Sermon on Christian Prospects in India,
PARLIAMENTARY PAPERS:- New Charter

294 Southey's Lives of the British
of Justice, Ceylon, 69- Clergy in In-

Admirals, 295 Miller's Gardener's
dia, 124– Deccan Prize Money, 133.

Dictionary, ib.
Peking, the Russian establishment at, 25

Romances from Real Life:- May Gordon,
-court and tribunals of, 37.

145—the Voyage, 239.
Persia, history of the early kings of, 283. Roses, cultivation of, at Ghazecpore, 73–
Peshawar, visit to, 112.

manufacture of the atta-gool from, 74.
Poetry:- The City of the Silent, 39-

Royle (Mr.) on the natural history of the
Canzon, 43- What is Faith ? 63— An Himalaya, 124, 236.
Epitaplı, 81,-- Lines from the German Russia, establishment belonging to, at
of Mathison, 93 — The Last of Seven, Peking, 25.
156— Song of the Deserted, 194-an
Indian Night, 219 — 'Translations from
Hafiz, 238, 268 - Hymn to Content, Sakti, worship of, 10.
254.

Sankara, a Hindu teacher, 5.
Prakriti K'handa, analysis of the, 227. Sanscrit literature, letters of M. de Schlegel
Prize-money, Deccan, 133.
Publications, new, 72, 224, 296.

Scenes in the Mofussil, 73.
Puránas, analysis of the, 225.

Schlegel (Mr. Von) on Oriental literature,

29.
Ram Mohun Roy, memoir of, 195, 287. Secret, the, 123.
Rauzat-us-Safa, translation of the, 243. Sects, religious, of the Hindus, 5, 87.
Researches, Asiatic, review of, 1, 87. Servants, native, in India, 82.
Retiring Funds, Medical, for Rengal and Shang-hae, experimental voyage to, 159—
Bombay, 140.

attempt to open trade at, 160.
Review of Books and Critical Notices : Shea (Mr.), review of his translation of
-The Asiatic Researches, Voi, 17th, 1,

Mirkhond, 283.
87 — Schlegel's Reflexions sur l'Etude Sikhs, tenets of the, 87.
des Langues Asiatiques, 29 - De Tas- Siva, worship of, 5.
sy's Appendice aus Rudimens de la Sketches of Indian Society :- Travelling
Langue Hindoustani, 66— Dissertation

by Budgerow, 13—the Jungles, 182.
on the Pyramids, 67—History of Eu.
rope during the Middle Ages, ib. -

Slaves, sale of, at Karshi, 120.
Bowles' Hermes Britannicus, ib.- Vic- Snakes in India, 75.
tor Hugo's Notre Dame, ib. — Clarke's SOCIETIES, Proceedings of :- Asiatic So.
Tales from Chaucer, 68–Lives of the ciety of Bengal, I, 87, 125, 217, 291,
Most Eminent Sovereigns of Modern 292— Academy of Sciences of St. Pe-

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tersburg!ı, 25— Asiatic Society of Paris, Travelling, mode of, in India, 13, 187..
64-its annual report, ib. Society of

Trebeck (Mr.), visit to the tomb of, 118.
Natural History of the Mauritius, 120,

Tribunals of Peking, 37.
217.

Trou Galet at the Mauritius, 128,
Society, Indian, sketches of, 13, 182.

Tucker (Mr. H. St. G.), paper by, on th
Soldiers, European, in India, 76-amuse. East-India Bill, 53.

ments of, ib.their pining after bome, Tyller (Dr. John) on the Arabian extrac-
77-wives and children of, 78.

tion of roots, 5.
Sporting in India, 190.

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Statistics, army, 173.

Van Diemen's Land, review of Mr. Par-
Sugars, East and West-India, 262.

ker's account of, 292,
Swinton (Mr.), 126.

Volcano of Bourhon, phenomena observed

at the eruption of, 129,
Thornhill (Mr. J.), paper by, on the East-

Voyage, the, 239,
India Bill, 58.
Tiger, hunting the, in India, 192.
Trade of the Bhotias, 4-attempt to open

Wigram (Mr. W.), dissent by, on the sub.

ject of the Company's charter, 51.
it on the north-east coast of China, 94,
157, 215-present state of, at Canton,

Wilson (Mr. H. H), his sketch of the
213.

religious sects of the Hindus, 5, 87-

Sanscrit dictionary of, 32-his analysis
Traill (Mr.), his account of the Bhoti,

of the Puranas, 225.
Mehals, l.
Transactions of the Asiatic Society of
Bengal, review of, 1, 87.

Yogis or Jogis, tenets of the, 7.

PART II.-ASIATIC AND HOME INTELLIGENCE.
Africa, expedition into the interior of, 59. ib.-travelling allowances to chaplaios
Agra, accident at the Taj. 3 — public

of, 114-estates of deceased men be-
rooms at, 7-proposed bank at, 85, 161 longing to, ib._services of officers of,
-great gun at, 86—steam subscription 192_salaries of deputies judge advo-
at, 226-governor of, 282.

cate-general of, ib. - palanquip allow,
Ahwaz, description of the ruins of, 95.

ance to assistant surgeons of, ib.re.

ductions in, 192, 198 — compensation
Alexander and Co. of Calcutta, insolvency

to officers of, for loss of houses, 192—
of, 2, 59, 76, 147, 148, 149, 150.

re-adjustment of cadets' commissions in,
Allard (Gen.), services of, 82.

196, 233-revised disposition of cir.
Allez (John), court-martial on, 101. cles and executive engineers, 233_log-
America, mission from, to Siam and Co. ging in, 280-courts-martial in, 21, 168,
chin China, 185.

192, 229–See also Calcutta, Madras,fc.
Amorah, attack on the treasury at, 109.

General Orders.
Amrilsir, description of, 90.

(King's, serving in the East)-

Fees on commissions furnished to offi-
Appeal, abolition of the provincial courts

cers of, 25 difference in the Ilth
of, in Bengal, 88.

light dragoons, 218--courts-martial in,
Arabia, disturbances in, 19, 105, 185.

101, 194, 238, 283 - promotions and
Armenians of Constantinople, appeal of, 59. changes in, 60, 201, 282.' :
ARMY (Company's, in India) — Opera-

Turkish, present state of the, 104.
tions of the, against insurgents, 3, 10, Artillery depot of instruction at Bombay,
21, 90, 172-Retiring Funds for me-

abolition of the, 198.
dical officers of, 3, 90, 177-conduct of Asia, Central, report of Lieut. Burnes on,
the native troops in the Nanning cam.

the commerce of, 210.
paign, 12-operations of Major Mu.
riel, 21, 172--fees on commissions in, Assam, slavery in, 165.

25 - rules regarding furloughs, 26– Assessment, house, at Madras, 169.
i new commander-in-chief at Bombay, Australasia see New South IFales, Pan

59, 281-proposed establishment of mi- Diemen's Land, &c.
litary Retiring Funds for, 80, 163, 169

Ava, talents of the heir apparent of, 7%.
-remittance of pay to England, 91,
166, 279 gallant conduct of native
soldiers of, 109-eligibility to fill the Bactria, ancient kingdom of, 77.
situation of superintending surgeon in Bagdad, affairs at, 186.

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