under the presidency of His Highness the Hon'ble Nawab Fateh Ali Khan Kazilbash Sahib Companion of the Order of the Indian Empire the Panjab Representative of the Governor=General's Legislative Council &c. [...] ) I have the pleasure in submitting a synoptical Report of the transactions of the Society for the year 1904 :- The Twenty-eighth Anniversary Meeting of the Calcutta Literary Society was held at the quadrangle of the Ripon Collage No. [...] The Keeper of the Privy Purse presents his copliments to the Founder-Secretary to the Calcutta Literary Society and writes to acknowledge the receipt of his letter of the I ith Instant to the address of the Comptroller and Equerry to King Edward VII. [...] James's S. W. April rith 1904 The Equerry-in-Waiting is desired by the Duke of Connaught to thank the Calcutta Literary Society for the Resolution of Sympathy which they have expressed on the death of H. R. H. the Duke of Cambridge and it is a great pleasure to both His Royal Highness and H. R. H. the Duchess of Connaught to receive the copy of the Resolution you have sent. [...] The Members of the family of His late Royal Higness the Duke of Cambridge desire to convey to the members of The Calcutta Literary Society their thanks for titeekind and sympathetic message of condolence on the death of their father which you have forwarded.
|Proceedings of the Twenty-Ninth Anniversary Meeting of the Calcutta Literary Society Held at the Hall of the Ripon College No. 60 Mirzapur Street on Wednesday the 4th January 1905 at 4-30 P. M. Under the Presidency of His Highness the Hon’ble Nawab Fateh Ali Khan Kasilbash Sahib Companion of the Order of the Indian Empire the Panjab Representative of the Governor-General’s Legislative Council &c &c &c the Meeting was well Attended||1-4||unknown|
|The following Letters were Received During the Year 1904 Viz||5-7||unknown|
|Proceeding of Public Meetings of the Calcutta Literary Society Held at the Quadrangle of Sri Sri Radha Kantaji’s Thakurbari No. 25 Gopi Krishna Pal’s Lane Nimtola Street Every Evening from 6 to 9 P. M. at which the Recitations of the Great Epic Poem Ramayan were Continued by Srijat Ram Tarak Thakur of Bansi Amidst a Large Audience||8-12||unknown|