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Raja Digambar Mitra

1893

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„ 55 „ 2 „ first of all tried to carry out the recommendation of the Directors by subjecting the Europeans in 1836 read tried to carry out the recommendation of the Diretors by subjecting the Europeans in 1836 first of all. [...] He came out of the collegwalls with the key to the chest of learning" as Captain Richardson used to say and was left to rrfake use of the varied treasures it contained by self-exertion in after-days The foundation for the future superstructure was sufficiently laid.. [...] In his time the Nizamat School was established to teach Persian and rabic to the members of the.families in the service of the Nabob. [...] No doubt he came down expressly for the purpose of doing justice to the memory of his own and his country's great benefactor—to the man to whom we owe the most lasting debt of gratitude for breaking our chains." No doubt he brought down the Raja with him to enlist him in the cause of that justice. [...] The fall of the Union Bank was the heavest in the crash.

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Frontmatter i-viii Bholanauth Chunder

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Errata and Emendations ix-ix Bholanauth Chunder

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Chapter I.Birth and Ancestry 1-5 Bholanauth Chunder

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Chapter II.Pathshala School and College Life 6-12 Bholanauth Chunder

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Chapter III.Marriage Tutorship and Other Services 13-18 Bholanauth Chunder

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Chapter IV.The Managery.The Hare Memorial Meeting.Death of Raja Kissennath 19-25 Bholanauth Chunder

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Chapter V.Manufactures and Trade. The Commercial Crisis in 1847. The Fall of the Union Bank 26-31 Bholanauth Chunder

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Chapter VI.Zemindari Status. The British Indian Association 32-38 Bholanauth Chunder

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Chapter VII.Beginning of Public Life. The Charter Memorial 39-48 Bholanauth Chunder

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Chapter VIII. The Black Act Meeting 49-75 Bholanauth Chunder

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Chapter IX.Stock Speculations. The Municipal Commission. The Latour Memorials. The Income Tax Conference 76-90 Bholanauth Chunder

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Chapter X.The Harish Memorial Meeting. The Monster Wells Meeting. The Sati Case 91-102 Bholanauth Chunder

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Chapter XI.The Epidemic Fever in Bengal. The Epidemic Commission 103-124 Bholanauth Chunder

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Chapter XII.The First Career in the Bengal Council. The Great Rent Case 125-135 Bholanauth Chunder

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Chapter XIII. The Ganga-Jatra Case. The Orissa Famine. The Hook-Swinging Bill. The Inoculation Prohibition Bill 136-149 Bholanauth Chunder

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Chapter XIV.Exemption From Attendance in Civil Courts.The Orissa Revenue Settlement.The Mela Question 150-161 Bholanauth Chunder

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Chapter XV.The British Indian Association Clique.The Age of Brandy and the Age of Brag. The Second Career in the Bengal Council and the Irrigation and Drainage Bill 162-177 Bholanauth Chunder

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Chapter XVI.Meeting in Honor of Sir William Grey. The Anticess Meeting. The Road Cess Bill 178-194 Bholanauth Chunder

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Chapter XVII. The Mayo Memorial Speech. The Fawcett Memorial Meeting.The Third Career in the Bengal Council.The Epidemic Theory.The Embankment Bill.The Abkari Acts 195-209 Bholanauth Chunder

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Chapter XVIII. The Presidenship of the B. I. Association.The Agrarian Riot in Pabna.The Famine of 1874.The Advent of the Prince of Vales The Star of India Chapter.The North Brook Meeting.The District Appellate.Benches Question.The Epidemic Commission 210-227 Bholanauth Chunder

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Chapter XIX.The Provincial Public Works Cess Meeting. The Investiture Darbar.Interregnum in the B. I. Association.The Maharaja Roma Nath Tagore Memorial Meeting.The Expenditure and Taxation Meeting 228-241 Bholanauth Chunder

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Chapter XX.The Last Illness and Death. The Lieutenantgovernor’s Condolence Letter. Obituary Notices. Committee Resolutions. The British Indian Association’s Refusal of a Memorial Portrait.Friendly Reminiscences 242-259 Bholanauth Chunder

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Chapter XXI.Personal Appearance and Characteristics. His Zamindarship. His Young Bengalism. His Political Opinions. His Public Character and Private Beneificence. His Spiritualism 260-277 Bholanauth Chunder

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Chapter XXII. Characteristics as a Writer and a Speaker.Summary of Character 278-283 Bholanauth Chunder

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ChapterX XXIII. The Family and Heirs 284-286 Bholanauth Chunder

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Appendices i-lxxiii Bholanauth Chunder

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Backmatter i-i Bholanauth Chunder

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369
SARF Document ID
sarf.145934

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