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THE

BOMBAY QUARTERLY REVIEW.

VOL. I.

JANUARY AND APRIL,

1855.

BOMBAY:
SMITH, TAYLOR, AND CO.
LONDON ;-SMITH, ELDER, AND CO., 65, CORNHILL.

MDCCCLV.

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CONTENTS OF No. I.

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1. MACKAY'S REPORT ON GUZERAT. ........ .

................ 1

Western India Reports addressed to the Chamber of Commerce

of Manchester, Liverpool, Blackburn, and Glasgow, by their

Commissioner, the late Alexander Mackay, Esq. Edited by

J. Robertson, Esq. with a Preface by Thomas Bazley, Esq.,

President of the Manchester Chamber of Commerce, &c.

London, Nathaniel Cooke, Milford House, Strand. 1853.

II. THACKERAY'S NOVELS.......

... ...... 41

1. Vanity Fair, a Novel without a Hero. By Williain

Makepeace Thackeray. London, 1849.

2. The History of Pendennis. By William Makepeace Thac-

keray. London, 1849.

3. The History of Henry Esmond, Esq. a Colonel in the ser-

vice of Her Majesty Queen Anne. Written by himself.

London, 1853.

III. TAE EMPEROR BABER AND HIS CONTEMPORARIES... 84

1. A History of India under the two first Sovereigns of the

house of Taimur, Báber, and Humáyun. By William

Erskine, Esq. 1854.

2. Memoirs of Zehir-ed-din Muhammed Baber, written by

himself, and translated partly by the late John Leyden,

Esq., M. D., partly by William Erskine, Esq. 1826.

IV. RULES FOR EXAMINATION OF JUNIOR CIVIL SER-

VANTS...........................................

........................................... ...... 135

VERNACULAR LANGUAGES.

By Order of the Right Honorable the Governor in Council.

H. E. GOLDSMID,

Officiating Chief Secretary to Government.

Bombay Castle, 13th September, 1854.

V. THE ENGLISH IN WESTERN INDIA.........

The English in Western India; being the Early History of the

Factory at Surat, of Bombay, and the subordinate Factories

on the Western Coast. From the Earliest Period until the

commencement of the Eighteenth Century. Drawn from

Authentic Works, and Original Documents. By Philip An-

derson, A. M.-Bombay : Sinith, Taylor & Co. 1854.

VI. LIFE OF LORD METCALFE. ..............

............ 188

The Life and Correspondence of Charles, Lord Metcalfe, late

Governor General of India, Governor of Jamaica, and Go-

vernor of Canada ; from unpublished Letters and Journals

preserved by himself, his family and his friends. By John

William Kaye, Author of the History of the War in

Afghanistan. 2 vols. Bentley.

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