The other moiety he was to retain on condition of remaining firm in his allegiance to the British Government whO on the other hand hound themselves to assist the Rajah with a force wnenever he might require it for the defence of the country the Rajah bearing the expense. [...] 1 In the Jubilee yer 1-887 His Highness visited England to take part in the rejoicings on the occasion of the i jubilee of the reign of Her Most Excellent Majesty Queen 'Victoria with the Maharani Sahiba and children and was invested with the Insigniof Grand Contatander of the Most Eininent Order of the Indian Empire by Her Mo-t gracious Majesty the late Queen Victoria herself and Her Hi [...] The Members of the society the Graduates and UnderGraduates of the Calcutta University composed the bulk of the audience. [...] The Private Seer tarp to the Lieutenant-Governor is dirreted to acknowledge the receipt of a Resolution passed by the Members of the Calcutta Literary Society and to say that muler His Honor's orders it has been sent to the PrivateSecretary to His Excellency the Viceroy. [...] (Cheers.) The grateful thanks of the Noddy are he eby given to the gentlemen who delivered lectures at its Meetings and to those who presided on t. e occsions as well as to the Props ietors and Principals of the halts for allowing the Societe to hold its Meetiwis and the conductors of Newspapers. for publishing the Proceedings of Meetings of the Society also to the Patrons and Menthe'
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|Proceedings of the Twenty-Sixth Anniversary Meeting of the Calcutta Literary Society Held at the Hall of the Calcutta University Institute College Square N.E. on Wednesday the l5th January 1902 at 5 p.m. under the Presidency of Babu Gobin Chandra Dhar Landholder and Government Pensioner. There was a Large and Influential Gathering Upwards of one Thousand Gentlemen were Present. The Members of the Society the Graduates and Under-Graduates of the Calcutta University Composed the Bulk of the Audience||1-12||unknown|