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Selections from the Writings & Speeches of the Late Raja Peary Mohan Mukerjee

1924

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The observance of the rites of religion formed the chief employment of those who were above want while the performance of works of charity and the celebration of religious festivals with all the magnificence which the ditribution of food and clothing to the poor could attain were the principal uses of their wealth. [...] The obligation of Government in the matter of roads and other means of communication was recognized soon' after the settlement of land rvenue was concluded and the repair and compltion of the great trunk roads for the passage of troops from one station to another and for the convenience of the civil officers of Government were found to be matters of necessity. [...] out the aid of professional men contributed to the obstruction of the surface drainage of the country and to the outbreak of epidemic fever btween the years 186f and 1869 in several of the districts of the Presidency and Burdwan Divisions is one of great practical importance. [...] The condition of the ryots is unquestionably one of growing prosperity and the fabulous wealth of the landholders which both Justice Cunningham and the Hon'ble Mover of the Bill deduce from the fact of the increase of the rent roll of these provinces from three and a half crores at the time of the settlement to more than 13 crores of the present time even if well founded is no index either of [...] 5 CHAIRMAN'S CASTING VOTE 189o.* I have the honor to state that as the Down Train which I took at Bally for the purpose of going to Calcutta and attending the meeting of the Faculty of Law held on the 3oth ultimo was several minutes behind the time I could not attend the meeting and take exception of the proceedings of the previous meeting of th© Faculty i. e. the one held on the 3oth of Ju

Title Pages Author/Editor
Foreword i-vii Tarak Mukerjea

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Study of Ancient India. 1869 1-5 unknown

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Indigenous Drugs. 1870 6-9 unknown

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Agriculture. 1872 10-22 unknown

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Employment of Educated Indians. 1879 23-34 unknown

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District and Village Roads of Bengal 1881 35-i unknown

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The Bengal Tenancy Bill 1883 49-53 unknown

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On the Examination of Witnesses in Mofussil Courts 1883 54-65 unknown

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Chairman’s Casting Vote 1890 66-67 unknown

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Hindu Marriage Law and Usages 1895 and 1911 68-73 unknown

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Settlement of Petty Government Estates 1897 74-76 unknown

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Appeals in Civil Suits 1897 77-85 unknown

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Riotings 1898 86-88 unknown

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Famines 1900 89-97 unknown

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Rajkumar College for Bengal 1900 98-101 unknown

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Irrigation Canals. 1901 102-111 unknown

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Permanent Settlement and the Present Body of Landholders 1918 112-113 unknown

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Cotton Cultivation in Bengal 1905 114-123 unknown

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Landholders and Ryots 1905 124-127 unknown

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Recovery and Settlement of Rent 1905 128-131 unknown

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Syllabus of Studies in Schools 1907 132-137 unknown

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Concideration of Legislative Measures in Council 1907 138-142 unknown

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Enhancement of Rent 1908 143-146 unknown

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Unrest in Bengal 1909 147-150 unknown

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A Note on Malaria 1910 151-157 unknown

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Industrial Education 1916 158-159 unknown

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Religious and Moral Instruction in Schools 1912 160-162 unknown

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Dacca University 1913 163-165 unknown

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Agricultural Reform in Bengal 1916 166-169 unknown

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The Permanent Settlement of Bengal 1817 170-194 unknown

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Settlement of Estates under Act III of 1904 195-198 unknown

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Mr. Montague’s Constitutional Reform 1918 199-201 unknown

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Primary Education 1918 202-205 unknown

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Agricultural Exhibitions 1919 206-206 unknown

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Report 207-211 unknown

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221
SARF Document ID
sarf.145612

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