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ACCOUNTS AND PAPERS:

FOURTEEN VOLUMES.

(5.)

EAST INDIE S.

MUTINY; KING OF DELHI ; OUDE PROCLAMATION; &c.

Session
3 February 19 April 1859.

VOL. XVIII.

1859.

ACCOUNTS AND PAPERS:

1859.

FOURTEEN VOLUMES:-CONTENTS OF THE

FIFTH VOLUME.

N.B.—THE l'igures at the beginning of the line, correspond with the at the foot of cach Paper; and the Figures at the end of the line, refer to the MS. Pagin g of the Volumes arranged for The House of Commons.

EAST INDIA: Mutiny : 133. Return of the Name or Number of each Regiment and Regular and

Irregular Corps in India which has Mutinied, or manifested a disposition to Mutiny, since the Ist January 1857 ; of the Number of Officers and Men present with each Regiment and Corps at the Outbreak of the Mutiny; of the Date of the First Intimation received by any Officer of the Regiment or Corps being disposed to Mutiny, and of the Date when Information thereof was received by the Governor-General of India or the Governor of Bombay, &c. - p. 1

125.

Mr. Hudson, &c. :
Copies of all Correspondence, Minutes, and Orders of the late Court

of Directors and the Board of Control, the Government of India,
the Government of Bombay, the Political Agent of Rajpootana, the
Magistrate and Superintendent of Police at Bombay, and the
Depositions taken by them, respecting the Departure of Mr. Hudson,
Syed Uckber Ally, and Khirat Allee Khan, from England, and their
Arrest and Detention, and Discharge from such Arrest, in Bom-
bay, &c. -

- 73

King of Delhi : 162. Copy of the Evidence taken before the Court appointed for the Trial of the King of Delhi - - -

- 111

Governor-General : 132. Despatch from Lord Canning, Governor-General of India, dated

from Allahabad, vindicating his Council in India in respecto certain unfavourable Comments made on their Conduct in this Country - - -

- 281

Oude Proclamation : 110. Answer of the Governor-General of India to the Secret Despatch of

19th April 1858, with Keply from the Secretary of State, and subsequent Correspondence on the subject; also, of Her Majesty's gracious Proclamation to the Princes, Chiefs and People

of India - - - - - - - - - 283 Vol. XVIII.- Sess, 1859.

(continued) Sir James Outram : 237. Copy of Minute by the Honourable Major-General Sir James Outram,

dated the 17th day of August 1858 - - - - - 301

Punjab : 238. Papers relating to the Mutiny in the Punjab, in 1857

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212. Copy of General Report on the Administration of the Punjab Terri

tories, for the Years 1856-7 and 1857-8 - - - - 453

Lands in Enam : 143. Copy of Despatches from the Government of Madras, in so far as they

relate to the Resumption of Lands held in Enam, of the dates of 15th January, 6th February, and 1st July 1857 ; 8th January and 15th May 1858; and, of the Reply of the Court of Directors, dated 1st September 1858 - - - - - - - - 501

Principality of Dhar: 200. Copy of all Correspondence between the Home Government and

the Supreme Government of India, on the Subject of the Principality of Dhar: And of all Correspondence on the above Subject between the Supreme Government of India and the Native Authorities of Dhar

- - - - - 589 RETURN to an Order of the Honourable the House of Commons,

dated 12 December 1857 ;-for,

A RETURN “of the Name or NUMBER of each REGIMENT and REGULAR

and IRREGULAR CORPs in India which has MUTINIED, or manifested a Disposition to MUTINY, since the 1st day of January 1857; of the Number of Officers and Men present with each Regiment and Corps at the Outbreak of any Mutiny; of the Date of the First Intimation received by any Officer of any Regiment or Corps being disposed to Mutiny ; and of the Date when Information thereof was received by the Governor-General of India, and, so far as relates to the Bombay Army, by the Governor of Bombay ; also, of the Date of the First Order issued by the Commanding Officer of the Regiment or Corps, and by the Governor-General or Governor of Bombay, for adopting Measures for the Prevention of such Outbreaks, or Suppression of such Mutinous Disposition.”

Overno

India Office, 1 11 March 1859.

W. E. BAKER, Colonel,

Military Secretary.

(No. 2,008.) From the Assistant Adjutant-General of the Army to the Officiating Secretary

to the Government of India, Military Department. Sir, In continuation of this office letter, No. 339 of the 9th February last, I have the honour to forward for transmission to the home authorities a return giving forwarding return of the information called for in regard to regiments which have mutinied, or corps which havo shown a disposition to mutiny, since the 1st January 1857.

2d Native Infantry. 2. I beg at the same time to transmit reports which have 43d Native Infantry.

4th Light Cavalry. been received from the officers commanding the corps marginally

5th Company, 8th Battalion, Ariil ry. enumerated relating to the conduct of their regiments.

35th Light Infantry. 59th Native Infantry.

mutinied, lic.

I have, &c.,
(signed) S. Becher, Captain,

Assistant Adjutant-General of the Army.

Adjutant-General's Office, Calcutta,

30 October 1858.

133.

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