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Goods declared for Sale at the East-India House.

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Cargoes of East-India Company's Ships lately arrived.

CargOM of the Marquis Huntly, Cabalva, Lady Melville, Earl Balcarras, Buckinghamshire, General Hewitt, Cumberland, Castle Huntly, Coldstream, Windham, Marchioness of Exeter, and Lord Lyndoch, from China; Prince Regent, Phoenix, and Europe, from Bengal,

Company's Goods.—Tea, 13,984.914 lbs Raw

Silk, 111,768 lbs.—Nankeen, 104,000 pieces—Saltpetre, 17,474 bags—Carpets, Coffee, Cotton, Keeaoo Shells, Madeira wine, &c. sundry parcels—

Indian Securities and Exchanges.

In December last the discount on Company's 6 per cent, paper was from 1 Rupee, 8 Annas, to l Rupee, li Annas, per cent.

Turmerick, Bengal..cwt. 1 a

■— China. 2 0

Zedoary r,

Galls, in Sorts 7 10

Blue 9 0

Indigo, Blue lb.

Blue and Violet o 9

Purple and Violet... 0 7

^— Fine Violet O 7

Good Ditto 0 6

—— Fine Violet & Copper 0 6

Good Ditto 0 5

—■ Good Copper 0 5

■ Middling Ditto 0 5

— Ordinary Ditto 0 4

Fine Madras 0 6

Good Ditto 0 5

— Ordinary Ditto 0 4

Rice cwt, 1 12

Safflower cwt. 3 10

Sago cwt. i 15

Saltpetre, ReAned cwt. 2 4

Silk, BengalSkein lb. 0 15

Novi 0 16

Ditto White

China I 0

Organ zine 1 1*

Spices, Cinnamon lb. 0 9

—— Cloves 0 3

Bourbon

—- Mace 0 5

—— Nutmegs 0 5

——Ginger cwt. 2 10

— Pepper, Company's.. 0 0

r— — Privilege 0 0

—— — White ......... 0 0

Sugar, Yellow cwt. 1 18

White 2 0

Brown 1 12

Tea, Bohea lb. 0 2

— Congou 0 ft

—— Souchong 0 3

— Campoi 0 2

—— Twankay 0 2

— Pekoe 0 4

— Hyson Skin o 2

Hyson 0 4

Gunpowder 0 5

TortoisesbeU 1 5

Woods, Saunders Red..ton 9 0

0 to 1 10 o

0 — 250

0 — 71* 0

Company's.—Coast (foods, viz. Coast Callicoes, 150,162—Coast Prohibited, 13,767—Surat Prohibited, lg,048—Nankeen Cloth, 84,158 — Also damaged Coast and Surat Goods.

Madeira Wine, 37 pipes—Arrack, 8 casks—and damaged Bengat Piece Goods.

On Monday, 21 JulyPrompt 17 Oclofrer. Company's.—China Raw Silk, 500 bales—Bengal Raw Silk, 1,194 bales.

Callicoes, 112,561 pieces—Muslins, 95—Prohibit. ed, 80,14-2.

Private-Trade and Privilege.—Tea Nankeen, Piece Goods—Cassia, Cassia Buds, Cassia OilRhubarb—Tortoiseshell—Gamboge — Anniseed

Soy—Mother-o'-Peart Shells — Malacca Canra— Whanghee ditto—Table Mats—China Ink—Fish Skins—Seed Coral—Rice Paper— Crosses— Raw Silk—Indigo—Ginger—Turmeric — Red Wood — Sago—Shellac—Castor Oil—Lac Dye—Sal Ammoniac—Cutch — Feathers — Madeira Wine — Dragons', Blood—Paper Hangings, &c.

The exchange for private bills on London Ss,6d. to 2s. 7d, per Sicca Rupee,

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GENERAL INDEX.

Page
A
AniwiNMSTRATtoNS to Estates 296, 513
Annuity fund .. ...... .. 292

Arithmetic. See Bhaskara.
Artificial congellation, discovery of a

new mode of effecting 608

Asiatic Society, meeting of .. .. 608

B
Bhaskara Acharya, opinions of re-
specting the globe . and the attrac-
tion of the earth 110

Bareilly, insurrection at 75

Bath, on the distribution of the or.
der of, in the Indian army, by Asi-

aticus 313

Biddery ware, account of the manu-
facture of, by Dr. Heyne .. .. 220
Bombay news .. 199, 407, 515, 625
———Auxiliary bible society report 501
Black hole at Calcutta, on the demo-
lition of 104

Bonaparte, conduct of at St. Helena 303
Borium, new process for extracting 67
Borneo, continuation of Dr. Leyden's

sketch of .. 12, 107

13 rah mans, tale of the four simple 335,

447
Bridge v. Wane, trial in Chancery 191
Buckinghamshire, brief memoir of
the late Earl of 1

c

Calcutta, political, commercial, and
domestic intelligence 77,193, 291,
405, 509, 614

Caliph and his minister 445

Cape of Good Hope, account of reve-
nues of 18, 201

—•—' observations

made at in 1712, by W. Pyke ., 549

Cargoes of East-India ships 311, 415,631
Caroline. See Shipping Casualties.
Vol.. III.

Pag*

China, embassy to .75

Occurrences of, and

affair of the Alcctte with the Can-
ton forts 399,612

— news .. 507

historical register of European

embassies to 333 -

notice of the civil calendar

and imperial .revenues. of, by W. •
Huttmann 333J 43ft

Christians. Answer to the question of
Moderation respecting the instruc-
tion of native Christians in India,
by Rev. D. Corrie 9_

Christianity among the natives of
India, letter from .I/Abbe1 Dubois .
describing the state of .... 72,133

Cochin China, narrative of a voyage
to in 1778, by Mr. Chapman 229, 322,
421, 543

College, report of examination at
Haileybury ., ... ., ... ,. 80
■ i public disputation at Fort
William, July 17, 1816 ... 79, 242

— report of examination at Ma-
dras for 1815 285, 357

—— Extract from ditto for 1816 198

—— statements respecting the
East-India. See Review.

Confucius, verbal translation of the
section of the Ta Hiq attributed to,
by W. Huttmann .. .... .. 105

Congo, account of the exploratory ex-
pedition to .. H5

Conjuror's mysteries exhibition of a
Hindu, from an old manuscript .. 443

Crossing the Line, account of the -
ceremonies observed on .. .♦' :.fl

Consecration of the Church of St. •
Thomas at Bombay ?8

Councils, new arrangements in at tha

several Presidencies 285

4 N

Page

Countess of Loudon. See Shipping •

Casualties
Court Martial of Lieut. Elwoood "..

■ of Lieut. Mockler .. 51

D
Debates at the East-India House

on the war with Nepal .. ,. 52

Dec. 18.—half year's dividend .. 141
—— account of the Company's

affairs 143

Mr. G. Templar 143

Page-

Major-Gen. Fawcett .. .. 150

Hertford College .. ..150

— Embassy to China .. .. 165

——— Honorary Medals .. .. 165 — Major Hart's case .. .. 167

Jan. 8, 1817.—Confirmation of re-
solution of general court of 30th
Oct 1816 167'

Feb. 5th.—On Company's institu-
tion at Haileybury 251

Address to the Prince Regent 252

—— 6th.—Continuation of debate

of5th .. 368

7th.—Address to the Prince

Regent 383

— 13th.—Petition respecting relief

to ship-owners 465

Address to the Prince Regent 497

20th. — Haileybury College.—

R.Grant, Esq. 569

E. Impey, Esq. ... .. 601

Directors of the East-India Company 504
Discovery of a shoal .. .. ... .. 608

do.east ofthe Cape .. .. 609

— — of islands in the Persian

gulph, .. .. 203

E
Earthquakes. See Literary intelligence.
East-India docks, robbery of .. .. 192
East-India home appointments, &c. 502
Election, of an East-India Director 191
Elephants, observations on the exca-
vations and sculptures in the island

of, by W. Pyke 21

————— cave, description of, in

1804 (with a ground plan) :. .. 521
Elphinstone, massacre of the people

of the ship, by the Malays .. .. 561
Etymology of names of places, by

Arabicus 413

of Arabio names of places 102

Exchanges, Indian securities, 207, 399
• 631

Exports from Calcutta. See Calcutta
Fo ThouTching, Biographical Sketch

of, by Abel de Remusat .. .. 326

Fort Marlborough 516,628

French Settlements, delivery in resto-
ration of 622

G.

Gong Chinese, Analysis of .. .. 222

H.

Hajipoorfair and races.account of .. 616
Hardinge, Capt. monument to .. 627
Hastings, thanks to the Marquis of.. 284
Health, state of, at Calcutta .. .. 609
Hindus, Civis on the Progress of

Knowledge among the 419

Holmes, Memoir of the late Major

General Sir George 9*

Hurricane — 409,

Hydrophopia, remedy for .. .. 608.-
1 case of checked .. .. 67

I.

Ice, a tremendous shower of .. .. 609
Indian army, a fleficiency of officers
in, asserted by a proprietor of East

India stock 417

Inscription in the Kawi or ancient
lauguage of Java, translation of
an 440

Java, Defeat of the Raja, of Boni .. 301

Transfer of to the Dutch 303, 409

Extracts from the Batavia Ga-
zette ... ., 628

L.
Lac, History of the Coccus Laccee or

lac insect, by the late Dr. Kerr .. 21C
Ladies, on young ladies going to India 102
Letters to India, explanation of the

postage laws concerning .. ., 626
Lion shooting exploits, by a party of

English gentlemen at Baroda .. 22$

LITERARY AND PHILOSOPHICAL INTEL-
LIGENCE.

Earthquake at Penang 66

Tempestuous Weather in Bengal and.

Bahar 66

Curiosities brought by the Alpheus 66

A Teak built vessel .66

Murder of Steetzen the traveller .. 67
- Chinese and Mandchow Tartar pub-
lications' .. 279

Survey of Zillahs' 133

Geographical Examination .. ..133
Violent Storm 133

army

Page
pomegranate Root .'." .." .. .. 133

Hindu College •• •• 133

Horticultural Society .. .... 134

Nautical Surveys 134

Euharmonic Organ 134

Scientific Voyage .. 134

Blowpipe .. .. 134

New Clock .. ., 134

Newman's Oxihydrogen Blowpipe .. 278
Altitude .of Table Mountain .. .. 278

BlackPearls 278

Lord Nelson's Monument .. .. 278

Literary Question 279

Hindu College at Calcutta .. .. 391
Telegraphic Communications between

Calcutta and Bombay 391

College of Fort William Library .. 391
Thermometer at Calcutta .. .. 391
Antique Sculpture from Java .. .. 391
Voyage of Discovery to the Coast of

Vau Dieman's Land 392

Benzoie Acid, some Properties of .. 392
Earthquakes—Sea-Suail*, and Flying
Fishes—a Black Tiger—Dongola
Horse—French and Russian Voy-
ages of Discovery—the Congo Ex-
ploratory Expedition .. .. .. 498

Medallion Chronology of the French

Monarchy 392

Population of Russia—Inoculation for
the Plague—Vaccination in France
—Congo Expedition—Sir Hans
Sloane's Japanese Library .. .. 393
Survey of Canton River — Bale of
Cotton Rock—Survey of Lacam's
Channel—Meeting of the Asiatic
Society—New Method of finding

the Longitude 607,608

Lumsdaine, eulogy on the late Major

James 512

M
Macquarrie, Governor of New South
Wales, petition against, brought
into House of Commons .. .. 398
Madras Intelligence 198, 298, 515, 622
• Military Fund, on the present

Page

Mauritius .. .. .." .7 •• 409

Meteorological observations, Ther-
mometer at Calcutta, and Bom-
bay, storms, &c. see Literary In-
telligence 278,391,608

Military stations, changes in, occa-
sioned by the annual relief of the

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arrangementsof, by a Madras officer 211
Mails, Ship Letter Mails for India 88,
205,309,413,517, 629
Markets, notices of the London, 88, 204,
306,412,517,629
Marriages, on East-India, by Nubilia 314
Mauritius and Bourbon, arrival of

the two brothers of Radam, king

of Ova, to obtain education .. .. 300 destructive fire at Port

Loais MO

MineralslistofjObserved at the Cape,

by Dr. Heyne 334

Missionaries, list of Protestant, in

the east 501

, Moderation1 s observa-
tions on 212,539

Muhammad, historical remarks on
the death of .. .. .. .. •• 223

1 , and the legs of mutton 244

N
Nepal, a concise narrative of the in-
vasion of by the Gorkhas .. ..17
——, death of the Raja of .. .. 614
New South Wales,—Mr. Evans's tour

of exploration 201,410

, massacre by the

natives at the Marquesas Islands 305
New Zealand, attempt of the natives
to massacre the crews of two ships

defeated 202

O
Ochterlony, grant of armorial bear-
lugs to Sir David' 190

Officers, resolution of Hon. Court of
Directors, respecting leave of ab-
sence to 395

. , distinctions of field and staff 29'J

P
Palmer, Lieut.-General, death of 85
Parliament, notices of the proceed-
ings of, in bills relating to India 610
Parsees of the western parts of In-
dia, account of 226

Passage in an open boat across the

Bay of Bengal, account of .. .. 329
Pates, Major-General, presents a
chapel at Masulipatam to govern-
ment 292

Persian Antholdgy, by Gulchin, 5, 315,

528 ■— Gulph Islands. See Disco-
veries.

Pindaris 623,626

Pirates, attack and destruction of,
by a squadron of the Bombay ma-
rine 199

Piracy of the Theban 516

Plant, description of a Dew and sin-
gular 113

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