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  2. INDIAN NEWS.

    THE BATTLE AT HUREEKE. (From the Friend of India, February 26. ...

    Article : 2,058 words
  3. THE BATTLE OF SOBRAON.

    The Commander-in-Chief's despatches relative to the battle of the 10th February, came in after the publication of our last issue, in which we gave the best narrative of it we could obtain by collecting the various ...

    Article : 1,453 words
  4. POSTSCRIPT.

    THE clipper Sidney, Captain Scholefield, from Calcutta, stopped at Penang in her passage down, arriving at the latter place on the same day as the steamer Lady Mary Wood. The Sidney brought on three passengers, ...

    Article : 1,058 words
  5. GOVERNMENT NOTIFICATION.

    General order by the Right Hon. the Governor-Ge-neral of India. Foreign Department, Camp Lahore, 20th February.— The Right Honorable the Governor-General requests ...

    Article : 587 words
  6. PROCLAMATION BY THE RIGHT HONORABLE THE GOVERNOR-GENERAL OF INDIA.

    Foreign Department, Camp Lulleeana, 18th February. —The chiefs, merchants, traders, ryots, and other inhabitants of Lahore and Umritsir are hereby informed, that His Highness Maha Raja Duleeb Sing has this day ...

    Article : 240 words
  7. Family Notices

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    Family Notices : 59 words
  8. IMPORTANT NEWS FROM THE GOVERNORGENERAL'S CAMP.

    Despaches have reached Calcutta to-day from Lahore, dated the 20th ultimo, announcing that our army was in possession of the Seikh capital, and that the Maharaja Dulleep Sing had been sent to the palace under a ...

    Article : 758 words
  9. Advertising

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    Advertising : 3,668 words
  10. GENERAL ORDER BY THE RIGHT HONORABLE THE GOVERNOR-GENERAL OF INDIA.

    The British army has this day occupied the gateway of the citadel of Lahore, the Budshahe Mosque, and the Huzooree bagh. The remaining part of the citadel is the residence of ...

    Article : 681 words
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