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Raja Digambar Mitra C.S.I. His Life and Career

1896

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love of justice patriotism philinthropy atild serif abnegation ; and he way in which he set fortlitlie poits stirred up the minds of. Some wq l'e impressed with the excellence Of justice. some with the pwamount importance of tiut.h some with patrot ism some with phillithropy."* How:he.;dmitked his ptrpiM to the precious trevres„ of Shatespvre Milton and Byron ; how he ctarrrled and ex [...] Derozio's course of lectures oft metaphysics in Ham's school.% He must also have 'fretiuented the famous 'deb.ates oe the Academic Association anal.felt more pr less intgrested in the liberal movemeents of rhp yotthful hopes "who' like the tops of KanchanganKa were the first td catch and roilect the Aght."-"RAJilbIGAMBAR MITRA. [...] the end of 18.33 or in the early pah of1834 Digambar lett his CoMege: His father had now retired frbm the world 11130A The llittlt 4ef* aftP4he wreck of h& fortune? [...] In his time 1826 the Nizamat School was establilhea to teach Persian and Arabic.to the members of the families in the service of the Nabob. [...] Rs and was atteswards engaged by him to look after a pressAnd publish a paper in English called the Alarsaidabad)trestl.Ev'e'ry doubt on the subject is set it restsby the following pps in t be eposdons made by IDtiglamber in the fthige nous case between lbija Missennath Roy and Gouri SunTtar Sump Editor of the Rasaraj which was tried huthe old 9uprelle Court in January' 184 am in the serv

Title Pages Author/Editor
Preface i-xi Bholanath Chunder

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Chapter I. Birth and Ancestry 1-6 unknown

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Chapter II. Pathshala School and College Life 7-17 unknown

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Chapter III. Marriage the Nizamat School Tutorship and other Services 18-25 unknown

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Chapter IV. Raja Kissennath’s Speech Persecution by the Ranis the Managery Letters about the Present of a Lac of Rupees the Hare Memorial Meeting the Rasaraj Libel Case Death of Raja Kissennath 26-52 unknown

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Chapter V. Manufactures and Trade the Commercial Crisis in 1847 the Fall of the Union Bank 53-60 unknown

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Chapter VI. Life in Calcutta Zamindari Status the British Indian Association 61-68 unknown

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Chapter VII. Beginning of Public Life the Charter Memorial Resignation of the B.I. Assistant Secretaryship the Patriotic Fund Meeting 69-80 unknown

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Chapter VIII. Review of the Black Acts the Black Act Meeting Raja Radhakant’s Letter Digambar’s Maiden Speech 81-110 unknown

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Chapter IX. Mercantile Transactions Stock Speculations Money-Lending the Municipal Commission the Latour Memorials the Income Tax Conference 111-157 unknown

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Chapter X. The Harish Memorial Meeting the Monster Wells Meeting Michael Madhusudan Datta the Sati Case Interview with Sir John Lawrence 158-179 unknown

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Chapter XI. The Epidemic Fever in Bengal the Epidemic Commission 180-201 unknown

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Chapter XII. The First Career in the Bengal Council the Great Rent Case 202-212 unknown

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Chapter XIII. The Sunderbans Reclamation and Land Investment Company the Ganga-Jatra Case Speech at the Meeting in Honor of Sir Charles Wood 213-225 unknown

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Chapter XIV. The Orissa Famine Public Reception of Digambar at Katak 226-254 unknown

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Chapter XV. Hook Swinging Bill Inoculation Prohibition Bill Ramarks on Digambar’s First Career in the Bengal Council 255-259 unknown

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Chapter XVI. Kulin Polygamy Exemption from Attendance in Civil Courts Raja Radhakant Memorial Meeting the Orissa Revenue Settlement the Mela Question 260-280 unknown

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Chapter XVII. The Battle of the Floods 281-299 unknown

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Chapter XVIII. The Education Cess Speech 300-309 unknown

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320
SARF Document ID
sarf.142151

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