G. Buist 18(3 Geography of India A Comparative Essay on the Ancient 470 Index to the Indian Geological Mineralogical and Palieontological papers and Analyses of the Asiatic Society. OOOOOOOOO 409 Kittle Silver Coins An account of eight. 537 Laws of Storms A Twentieth Memoir on the in the Indian and China Seas being the April Cyclone of the Bay of Bengal 23rd to 28th April 1850 By [...] Detailed Report on the Copper Ores of the Deogur IMines A Twentieth Memoir on the Laws of Storms in the Indian and China Seas being the April Cyclone of the Bay of Bengal ; 23rd to 28th April 1830.. [...] The spot where the copper is found is situated in the lands of the village of Byrtiki of Tuppeli Deoghur Saruth of Zillah Beerbhoom and about one mile from the common boundary of Minim Beerbhoom and Bhagiapoor ; 8 miles N. W. from Deoghur or Byjnath and on the wateshed of the high land of Beerbhoom ; the streams which flow to the No. [...] in Peru is the object of considerable operations at the mine of Angangues in the intendancy of Valladolid as well as of Yxtepexi in the province of Oaxaca." 5. As before stated there are amongst the Deoghur ores some small but unequivocal specimens of the Tacos and I have in the Museum of Economic Geology from my own collections a fine series of the true Peruvian ores to compare with.* 6. I am [...] SI R I am directed by the Deputy Governor of Bengal to aknowledge the receipt of your letters dated the 3d July last and 31st ultimo and to state that His Honor has perused with interest your reports on the qualities of the ores from the Deoghur Mines in the Zillah of Beerbhoom.
|Detailed Report on the Copper Ores of the Deoghur Mines.—By H. Piddington Curator Museum Economic Geology||1-13||The Secretarie|
|Twentieth Memoir on the Law of Storms in the Indian and China Seas being the April Cyclone of the Bay of Bengal; 23rd to 28th April 1850.—By Henry Piddington President of Marine Courts||13-61||The Secretarie|
|On the Rates of Chronometers as influenced by the Local Attraction of Ships and by Terrestrial Maynetism. By Henry Piddington President of Marine Courts Calcutta||61-77||The Secretarie|
|Proceedings of the Asiatic Society of Bengal for January 1851||78-111||The Secretaries|
|Meteorological Register kept at the Surveyor General’s Office Calcutta for the Month of January 1851||i-ii||The Secretaries|