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  2. NAVIES OF ENGLAND AND FRANCE.

    IN a recent number we gave a summary of the results obtained from a brief examination of the report of the Committee appointed by the Treasury to inquire into the Navy Estimates, and ...

    Article : 1,681 words
  3. H. M.'s 78TH HIGHLANDERS.

    AT the present time, when the 78th Highlanders are about to leave this country for their native land, a review of the doings of this glorious regiment since their arrival in India may not prove, unacceptable to ...

    Article : 1,276 words
  4. FORTIFICATIONS OF BOMBAY AND MADRAS.

    ONCE more we call attention to the fact that Bombay, with its arsenal, dockyard, stores, shipping, and vast mercantile wealth, is wholly at the mercy of the first hostile squadron that ...

    Article : 774 words
  5. TROOPS FOR THE MEDITERRANEAN.

    THERE is no longer any grounds for doubt or hesitation. Giving France and Russia all credit for the best possible feeling towards this country, the Ministry would be absolutely mad ...

    Article : 1,157 words
  6. THE CULTIVATION OF COTTON AND SILK IN INDIA.

    IT is well known that the cotton indigenous to India is inferior, both in quality and condition, being shorter in the staple and more dirty than that produced in North and South America, and ...

    Article : 2,965 words
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