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members of the committee, in conformity with the 15th Resolved - That the secretary be requested to com-
rule of the Society, subject to the confirmation of the
next general meeting.

municate the nominations of the several sub-committees
Rajah Burrodacant Roy, Radhamadhub Banoorjee,
Baboos Prannoth Chowdhoree, Callynauih Roy Chow.

dhoree, Mothooranauth Mullick, Sambhoochandra Mit-
ter, seconded by Rajah Killikissen Bahadoor and unani-

Read a letter from Rajah Radhacant Deb, enclosing mously agreed to.

The following gentlemen were proposed as members an application from Mr. Thomson, soliciting the appoints of the Society, and elected nem. con.

Proposed by Kumar Suttchurn Ghoshal and second. ment of attorney to the Society.
ed by Baboo Ashootosli Dey.
Rajah Bijoy Govind Sing, of Purneah,

Resolveil—That it does not appear to the meeting
Proposed by Ramcomul Sen and seconded by Pro-
sonocomar Tagore.

the probability of requiring the assistance of a solicitor
Mirza Mohamed Mehendy Muskey, Mirza Mohamed
Mehendy Isphainee aod Mr. D, W. H. Speed. at present, and that the committee can make no engage-

Proposed by Prossonocomar Tagore and seconded by
Surtcburn Ghoshal.

ment; but when necessary, due consideration will be M. Laroletta and W. Parrick.

given to Mr. Thomson's application. The following table of distribution of several districts and sub-committees of correspondence was submitted to the meeting, Resolved, that the proposed distribution Proposed by Prosonocomar Tagore, that the subbe adopted ;

committee for transaction of correspondence be appointed. A Table showing the distribution of Districts of the Lower Provinces.

Proposition was seconded by Mr. Prinsep.

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The Nume of the Resolvedl-That Rajah Kallikissen Bahadoor, Coo. special corresponding numbers of the respec- mar Sutichurn Ghoshal and Ramcomul Sen, be apo tire divisions.


Patna G. Prinsep, Esq.
Sarun Baboo Ramcomúlsen.

Proposed by Mr. Dickens,

That an honorary native secretary be appointed.
Dinagepore Kuma Sutt Churn

Monghyr Baboo Collynauth Roy Proposition seconded by Rajah Kallikissen Bahadoor,

Baboo Prossouocomar Tagore was appointed.
r Beerbhoom

Boyra Baboo Prossanocoomar
Moorshedabad Tagore.

Moved by Suttchura Ghoshal, that the subject of 14 Pubna Rajah Kaliorishna Ba a perition from the natives of Bengal, referred to the So. ;

Rajshahye hadoor. i Ruogpore

ciety by the secretary of the Dhurmo Subba, be taken Backerguage

into consideration.
Cachar Baboo Pronnauth


Furreed pore Baboo Sumbhochun. Resolved --That the petition with the remarks made

der Mitter.

by Baboo Prossonocomar Tagore be submitted at the Sylhet Chittagong Baboo Ramrutten Roy

next general meeting.

Baboo Cossinauth
Tipperah Bose.

Moved by Prossonocomar Tagore.

Rajah Burrodacaunt

Baboo Ashootosh Dey That the petition regarding the use of the vernacular

lauguage submitted at the last meeting, be discussed.
Burdwaa East

Burdwan West Raja Radhacant. Proposed by Mr. Dickens, that an extra meeting of 18 Hooghly Moonshe Ammeer. Jessore

the Society be held at an early day for consideration of Nuddea Perguunahs 24

the question regarding the vernacular language and the Balasore

resumption petition of the Dhurma Shubba,
i Cuttack Baboo Mothoorananth
19 Hidgelle Mullick.

Khordaha Baboo Radhamadhob

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An inquest was held yesterday at the residence of the Marriott. The constable stated, that he delivered the Coroner, touching the death of Dookoo, a young native summons to Mr. M. between the hours of 2 and 3 o'clock, woman, resident of Chore Bagaun. The deposition of at the Military Board Office, when and where he was Dr. Bain, the police Surgeon, declared, that on his dis. informed by Mr. M., that having received a previous secting the corpse, a quantity of yellow arsenic was summons from the Sheriff to serve at the next sessions found lodged therein, and he was borne out in the iden. as a petit juror, he has relieved him from the obligation tity of the poison by Dr. O'Shaughnessy, who analized of performing the duty now required of him on Her Majes. it in his presence.' Dr. B. was of opinion that she died ty's behalf by the Coroner ! On the conclusion of the from the effects of the deadly drug in question. The constable's statement, the Coroner very pleasantly re. examinations of the brother and sister of the deceased marked, that he did not quite understand the validity of (the former being the person who first made mention of Mr. Marriott's objection, as the next Sessions of Oyerand the untimely death of his sister to the thannadar of the Terminer and Gaol Delivery opened on the 17th instant, division), shewed no evidence that the same was adminis- and even if Mr. M.'s attendance was required on the tered by any person, nor was proof deducible that she had Sheriff's summons for the next day, his obedience to the taken je voluntarily. They also deposed, that the deceas. summons of Her Majesty's Coroner was imperative, and er and her husband lived very happily. They suspected that he having written to Mr. Marriott to that effect, no one of having administered the drug to their deceased received his rejoinder, wherein Mr. M. presented his sister,

compliments to Her Majesty's Coroner, and desired to be The landlord and also a neighbour of the deceased, excused complying with the present requisition as a preboth coroborated the statements of the previous witnesses ;

vious and positive engagement, would prevent him from the Coronor clearly recapitulated the evidence, and the so doing, but he declared his willingness to attend on a

future occasion. Jury instantly returned a verdict 10 the following effect : “ Died from the effecis of poison, no evidence of her hav. The Coroner, after perusing Mr. M.'s reply, shewed ing taken it voluntarily, nor of its having been adminis. the inconveniences this line of conduct engendered ; but tered to her."

he did not intimate, what, if any, steps he intended taking The Coroner took the deposition of the constable en- to prevent a recurrence of similar proceedings.- Hurk. trusted with the delivery of a summons to Mr. Charles April 9.


At a meeling of the members of the Australian Association to explain the reason of their not having convened of Bengal.

the regular quarterly meeting on the 31st December

last. The disappointment of the first engagement for Dr. J. Sawers in the chair,

the Juliana, and the difficulty in finding a substitute Isl.-Moved by Mr. Patrick and seconded by Mr. delayed the departure of the first ship to a late period Pigou.

in December, when there was an immediate necessity Resolved—That the report of the committee just read to make fresh arrangements for the second voyage : be adopted.

this, with the secretary's other occupations, rendered . 20.-Moved by Mr. Pigou and seconded by Mr. Brae. it impossible for your committee to have met the subResolved—That Messrs, Patrick and Cracrost be re

scribers as they intended with a statement of past quested to put themselves in communication with Messrs. till they were prepared with the accounts of both expedi

operations, and made it expedient to delay the meeting Carr, Tagore and Co. to sist the complaints of the passen- tions. gers of the Emerald Isle. 3d.-Moved by Mr. Cracroft and seconded by Mr.

Your committee have had to content with more Pigou.

difficulty in procuring vessels on charter than they Resolved – That the blame laid on the unpaid secre- culties were not overcome without great exertions and

anticipated in the state of the market, and these difti. tary in the passengers protest, addressed to Capt. Driver, dated at Madras, 161h March, 1838, is utterly unjust,

some personal sacrifice. groundless and undeserved. The supply of provisions The first ship engaged by the association was the having been left entirely to Messrs. Carr, Tagore and Juliana of 550 tons. The charter was already drafted Co. the owners, and to Capt. Driver acting under their and about to be executed, when it was discovered that directions, the secretary having had nothing to do with the mortgagee in England bad sent out powers to it furtber than laying the samples sent by Messrs. Carr, foreclose the mortgage and despatch the ship to England. Tagore and Co. before the passengers at a tiffin, where This discovery put an end to the engagement, and made they were fully approved of.

it necessary to look out for a new one. With the greate J. SAWERS, Chairman.

est exertions of your committee favoured by the low rate

of freight, it was found impossible to procure a suitable The meeting of the Australian association at the vessel till the latter end of November, the costs of set. Town-Hall, last Saturday, was not very well attended : ting up cabins and accommodation between decks, after the chair was taken by Dr. Sawers, the secretary which are rarely to be found in vessels occupied in the read the following report of the committee :

country trade being a sufficient discouragement to the The second report of the committee of the Australian ship owners of Calcutta, and ships owned in Europe, association of Bengal.

being for the most part restricted in their voyages Before entering upon the general affairs of the as. The Gaillardon of 400 tons, Captain Rapson, was


voyage at the rate of 4,000 rupees a month ; but being a y future voyages ; and there is every hope will be continucountry ship without cabins between decks, and those ed by the owners in this line of navigation. of the poop requiring to be altered, she could not be Your committee beg to present the following acgot ready for despaich earlier than the 16th December, counts, vis. although the most unremitting exertions were made by

The general account of the association with the seall concerned in the vessel, and so meretorious in parti

. cular were those of Mr. Gardyve, the chief officer, that cretary marked A. your committee thought themselves bound to mark their Balance at credit this day....Co.'s Rs. 12,029 2 3 sense of his laboars by a gratuity of Rs 300 wbich he And dependencies of.....

29,774 12 8 richly merited. The Gaillurdon sailed on the 16th December, quite

And ditto, at debit.........

32,500 0 0 full of passengers and freight, and though your committee were disappointed in her capacity for cargo, it will be An account of the adventure of the Guillardon with seen by the accompanying accounts that there is every abstracts of freights, passage-money, &c. maiked B. probability of a surplus to the association on her charter,

An account of the voyage of the Emerald Isle, markShe was destined for Sydney, touching at the Swan, led C. Allelaide, and Hobart Town, and, on her relurn voyage,

A list of unrealized subscriptions, marked D. at such ports as our agent at Sydney may require. Your committee have the satisfaction to stale ihat letters

A list of contributions to the donative fund, marked E. have been received from the vessel daten 31st Decem. The secretary also read a leiter from the passengers ber, all well, and crossing the line with a fine breeze, of the Emerald Isle, and Messrs. Carr, Tagore and Co.'s The Baboo was engaged for the second voyage of Jan- explanations

. Copies have been furnished to us for uary, but not making her appearance in time to fulfil publication. her engagement, your committee were again compelled On board the Emerald Isle, of Madras, 16th March, to find a substitute, and, after much delay, were enabled 1838. by the kind and liberal assistance of Messrs. Carr, Ta. gore and Co., lo secure the new ship Emerald Isle, of 500 tons, Captain Thomas Driver, at a freight of Rs 5,000 Dear Sir,-We, the undersigned passengers, per per month. But again there was the same necessity of Emerald Isle, having understood from the words of the erecting cabins between decks, besides which she had published prospectus of the Bengal Australian Emigrant to he new rigged and fitted in almost every particular l'Association, * that we should be furnished with and still greater delay was thus unfortunately inevitable. an abundance of the usual sea supplies of the best

The Emerald Isle sailed with a full cargo and pas. «lescription, beg to draw your particular allention to Rengers on the 25th February, for her first destination, what cannot have escaped your own observation, viz. Madras, for the

passengers and convicts there, and her the very inferior quality of the greater part of the cuddy arrival at that place on the 16th instant is announced.

stores, and the utter unfitness of some of them for use, in

hope that you will not leave Madras without taking such The accounts of this adventure are less encouraging steps as may be requisite for remedying the serious evils than those of the Gaillardon ; but the measures by your we have to complain of. Imprimis we beg to complain committee to secure a return freight, will, it is hoped, of the rice, which from its inferior quality or newness cover the outlay; the cause of this less favourable pros- bas constanıly caused sickness to those who have pare pert is the addition of 1,000 rupees per month on the taken of it, particularly the children. We have also to charter-party freight, and the lower rate procured on complain of the want of a proper oven and good four, her dead weight, in consequence of unlooked for com- whereby the baker is entirely prevented from furnishing petition.

even the smallest supply of bread, an evil the more se

rious as the ship's biscuits are declared by all to be exs Your committee regret that the necessity of new fits tremely bad, one kind being hard and sour and the tings for both the vessels already despatched (which the other nevilly. The badness of the tea we are less in. failure of their previous contracts had made indispensa clined to dwell upon, as it may in part ari-e from the ble), was productive of much inconvenience to shippers want of efficient means for preparing it; although not and passengers, which was felt and complained of by di-posed to swell our list of grievances by enumerating several of the party on board ; they have further been all the deficiencies of material and attendants, which last blamed for despatching the vessel in a crowded state, and may arise from our confined cuddy not allowing of a such was undoubtedly the case ; but they have little to sufficient number of servants, yet we must again draw accuse themselves of on this score, the fault having been, your attention to the extreme inferiority of the wines and for the most part, with the passengers themselves, and liquors, the best proof of the bad ness of the claret is, the unusual quantity of their personal baggage, of which that a first taste has been sufficieot for every person, the due notice was not given, and for which provision had same remark in a great degree applies to ihe sherry, accordingly not been made. The only alternative was which is fiery and of the worst kind; the brandy also to refuse admission to the baggage which would have has been found undeniably bad ; this is the more surgiven still greater dissatisfaction. They have, however, prising, as an abundance for our small expenditure of devised measures for preventing the like inconvenience' in future, though they despair of entirely removing it. good quality might have been procured in Calcutta at It is one that emigrant ships are necessarily exposed Calcutia manufacture; the beer indeed is fat, and as it

very moderate cost. The port wine appears to be some to more than others.

appears to be the least unwholesome beverage, it was, Oo the whole, notwithstanding the untoward circum- from the extreme badness of the wine, almost exclusively stances above detailed, your committee congratulate used, but only until a supply of portable beer was prothe subscribers on the favourable commencement al. cured from an individual on board, when it became still ready made, and the prospect of increased communica. more exclusively the sole beverage. We trust, there. tion with Australia which the example already set, fore, that at Madras you will lay in a sufficient supply appears now to hold out. The number of vessels ad- of drinkable beer, port and sherry or Madeira wine, with vertized to sail to that part of the world is greater now a few cases of French brandy, and such wholesome than at any former period, and the inquirers for freight provisions as we may use without endangering our and passage, and for purposes of emigration, are increasing bealth, and that of our children, from the gross inattenrapidly. Your committee are happy to say, that the tion that has existed in supplying the ship. Most of

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depended on their private stores for wine and spirits an Bread. There is no excuse for Capt. D. if he did biscuits, and some other small articles which w not get the oven properly prepared. The flour provid. hail every right to expect from the cudily. We havid was froin Haworth, Harilman and Co. and not from observerd ibat from the number of persons, horses, catile Thmuty and Co. as stated by mistake. The ship bisBlock, plants, &c. &c. &r. on board, the consumptio uits were from McCulloch's new bakery, the others of water amounts to nearly a buto per diem, but as wi from Payne and Co. have already experienced the inconvenience of being o!

Tea.-Was purchased of Rustomjee, was of the first our allowance, we trust that some arrangement for an additional supply of this indispensable necessary will be quality, as such as we use in our own families. made. We feel that there are several other points of

Altendance. The same room and the same attendance which we miglit justly complain, but as we are satisfier annot be expected in a ship of this class, as will be that you have done all in your power to render our situound in the large passenger ships running in England. ation as comfortable as circumstances would adınit of, Water.-In a ship of this kind carrying so many we abstain from alluring to them. We must, bowever versons and animals must be served out with care and advert to the water-closels with wlrich the ship is fillespon allowance; a very full provision was laid in on up; the vessel, we believe, is a new and strong one, an.

Jurpose under concurrence with the committee is to all these conveniences are recently up, but owing to quantity. baste or bad workmanship, or both, nearly all in the ship are so completely unserviceable, that we trust that you responsible to us for the bad filling of these machines,

Wuter closets.—The Docking Company must be will get thein set to rights before we proceed further oor we have paid iminensely for the work, but some our voyage, as the cabins are already more closely allowance must be for the extreine haste we were called packed than is convenient, and, as we think, steerag, passengers should have rooin for their clothes, and that pon to urge by the terms of our charter with the ihere should be room for the servants and passengers to

knowledge of the charterer. pass along. We protest against the taking on board of

CARR, TAGORE AND Co. any further parcels or packages, more particularly a- Other letters were real, and we have been supplied the boats, rigging and decks are still so much lumber with extracts for publication. In respect to the crowded ed with numerous packages of various kinds, and bales rate of the ship, Capt. Driver writes from Kedgeree, of hay, wc. c.

"I perfectly agree with you in all and every particular We are, &c. respecting the crowled state of the ship; the passengers

have brought such a large quaniity of things that can (SI) G. JORDON YEATMAN, M. D. (Sd.) W. T. Brower not go into their cabins, and the servants who attend C. F. M. MUNDY,

J. B. Gleeson,

them, such a number of chests, that the evil they con

plain of is their own act, an I not the fault of any one John D. Locu,

C. Cardew,

butthemselves." Joun H. GLEESON, .


Messrs. Carr, Tagore and Co. further explain ia leta H. M, BECHER,

Copt. B. A. 'ers to the secretary : There are a few points, on which I am only in per “ We have the pleasure of replying to your letter of fectly informed, but I subscribe to the terms of ihris let his date, returning Messrs. Binay and Co.'s letter by ter generally.

tuting, that we are replying to these gentlemen by this (Signed) C. GRAAM.

lay's dawk, having received a similar letter from them,

ending a survey report on both the port and claret held Remarks upon the prviest of the passengers of the tris day at our office, pronouncing them both to be

vuod and excellent, and calling for ihe descriptive marks

of those landed at Madras which we observe in their Captain Driver was requested by us to give in ai estinate of the full quantity of every kinil of cuddy store

eport is not given," and in another letter from Messrs. which might be required for such a voyage, and for thirt

Carr, Tagore and Co." It will be sutficient perhaps,

if we state, that after looking over earesully, we find sillers at the cuiduy table, being particularly chosen a: commander, because it was supposed that be understoo:

that Payne and Co. supplied to Capt. Driver, under this kind of ibing better than others, who had no

is own inspection, the greater part of the cudiy stores.

l'he cabin biscuits and superfine flour was supplied habitually carried passengers, and being instructed 11 do the thing in the best manner. He had no interes.) y Haworth, Harilinan and Co. and we sent liere with

nusters from the same batch of baking, for their boiler this voyage in the passage.money, and having gone 11

javing burst, they have not been working since they Messrs. Payne and Co. to provide almost the whole o his stores, we are at a loss to inderstand why the articles ate. The sherry was part of a batch received from should not be plentiful and of the best discription, oi

Liverpool in bottles, excellent wine for immediate use,

ind the rest, a cask of Wardell's, bottled off by us on how we could have taken greater precautions to secure the eolire satisfaction of the passengers.

purpose: we put on board some good French brandy,

ind Capt. Driver also furnished some of his owo British The Beer and Wine. - With regard to the beer and brandy which he stated to be superior." wine we selected them ourselves, parıly from our ows. The flour and biscuits alluded to in the above extract, godown, partly from Messrs. Eglinton, McClure and was on the table and pronounced good by the meeting. Co., and musters of each were laid before the committet some observations were made on the unjustifiable step and fully approved. We may add, the same claret is taken by one of the passengers, to deter the passengers, still drank at the tables of many in Calcutta. The porili Madras from proceeding on the ship, in writing off was from Wardell and Co. and is highly approved ; from Kedgeree to Madras without giving the parties some good French brandy was also put on board by ittacked any opportunity of defending themselves, or ourselves, and Capt. Driver carried also a small quantity orrecting the mischief, and in the uncandid spirit of of British brandy of his own.

he protest addressed to Capt. Driver, in which no The Rice.- We have searched through the bill to Illusion was made to the public riffin which, at any rate, find who furnished the table rice according to Capt. vould have shewu that the committee were anxious to D.'s estimate, but we do not find it in any of them, and supply the ship with good provisions and wines and beer. it is not impossible that it may have been forgotten, Extracts were read from the letters of two of the pas and that Capt. D. has given the common ballum rice sengers who attended the tiffin, and who also signed


boardship. One of them says, " that they had every Some of the gentlemen at the meeting seemed to thing of the best and no stini, and they only wanted a think that Capt. Driver was not altogether blameless ; Jiule elbow room to be very comfortable." Another, it appears he has left Madras without writing to the after alluding to the tediousness of the passage dowi secretary or the committee, though one would have the river, " but at the same time as to the coddy con supposed from the existence of the complaints he would cerns we are very comfortable ;” this is difficult to re- have mude assents of reporting on the wines and lia concile with the first taste of the claret was sutficieot quors. Besides it is quite clear that he is responsible for every person,” for no doubt the claret was tasted du for not supplying the ship with bread and good tea, ring the seven days the ship was in the river, and had any for neither' his owners or the association would have complaint been made on ihis score the maiter would seen to this.-Hurkaru, April 10. have had immediate allention.


This festival concluded on Friday, the 6th, perhaps to caparisoned in velvet and valuable coins, pranced the great satisfaction of those who have felt the impedi- proudly on with the funeral of their late illustrious ments and inconveniences it has occasioned to the free ridersThe horses were led by Aga Kazim and another transaction of business. In the city the effects of the festi. Mogul gentleman, with whose name we are not familiar, val are insignificant when compared to its character The seeas were attired in mourning. The procession over the ditch. The Mohurrum vacation continues was evidently imposing by the beating of breasts. Every for a space of fifteen days, during which the whole of thump came down in regular time, and the naked breasts the civil courts continue closed, and hardly a coin ex. of the penitents appeared not to have been dealt with in changes hands. Visit the courts and you hnd the the most tender way. benches of the juilges empty; nothing but the plat. form and a few chairs appear, where the aumlah and

The sound of drums next attracted our attention. The the requisite corruptives practised their tricks. In the drummers preceded a mossoleum four stories high, of the subordinate courts the guddees of the honest moulvees Mosaic order. It was constructed of bamboos and orna. display marks of the burthens they were obliged to mented witli cotton of various colours. The taj of Hoendure. The magistrates' courts are merely nominally sein was suspended on the top. This belonged to the open, the nazirs look drowsy, and the sherishtadars and dhoonies, or the cotton refiners of Burrah Bazar. Ime peshcars keep snapping their fingers for the want of mediately after it followed another made of the same lucre. To prove this picture, we recommend the curi materials, but ornamented with tinsel and illuminated ous to visit Allipore during the week.

with blue light. It had five stories, one above the other,

and was carried like a castle through the mass of people Having pointed out the Mofussil inconveniences of on the road. A little below Moullaly Durgah two bothe Mohurrum, we shall now proceed to describe the dies of men, comprising about 500 on each side, marched manner of its celebration in the city. The preliminary facing each other with tajes constructed of several shields, Matum we shall pass over, and at once take the reader to On inquiry we learnt that one party consisted of syces the occurrences of the Ruttel-ca-Raut. We stood at the belonging to Cook and Co.'s stables, and the others to top of the Boitacoonah Road, and, at the distance of Hunter and Co., Hooker, and some other livery stable about a mile, descrieri a great light moving to the sound keepers. In a moment the scene was confusion, the of music; as we approached closer, we heard a buz and men lost all possession of themselves, and, seizing every a few steps made the words Eah Ilossein quite audible to shing they found in their way, laid it thick and three

About two hundred shawis is flag-bearers, leit fold on their neighbours. The police interfered, but to the way, then followed the bearers of some colours on little purpose; for if the police had been a thousand which the sufferings of the Paigumburs were inscribed strong, they would have had to contend with ten thou. in letters of gold and silver in the Arabic character. sand mad men, as the dispute originated for room, and Next came the Soonees dressed in green muslim, and terminated with the sects Seeas and Soonies. One of the Jealing the second van we recognized Mirza Mhendi combatants was killed and another seriously wounded, Mishikey, supported by Ilajee Karboli Mahommed and and the upshot was that Cook and Co.'s syces were Mirza Mhendy Isphabanuy. Two high caste Arabs obliged to give leg bail.--Hurkaru, April 12.

our ears.


A general meeting of this society was held in the The proceedings of last meeting were read and con. Society's apartment, Town-ball, on Wednesday morn-firmed. ing, the ilih of April, 1838.

The following gentlemen proposed at the last meeting, The Hon. Sir E. Ryan President, in the chair. were elected members of the Society : Present :- Dr. Wallich; Dr. Strong ; Messrs. A.

Geo. Palmer, Esq.; Major-General Oglander ; F. Colvin, G. A. Prinsep, Cracroft, J. P. Marcus, C.K. L. Beaufort, Esq. C. S.; Thos. Brae, H. Fitzgerald, Robison, N. Alexander, A. Harris, and T. S. Kelsall; Geo. Osborone, N. Hudson, Esqrs. ; and W. Dent, Lieut. Sibley, Messrs. T. Bracken, R, S, Strickland, Esq. C. S. F. T. Fergusson, R. Smith, E. Preston, D. Hare, The following gentlemen were proposed as memC. Dearie, R. 8. Thompson, J. W. Masters, W. K. bers : Ewart, W.F. Gibbon, H. H. Spry, A. H. Sim, and Dr. Jas. Morton, (senior assistant to the Com, of John Bell.

Arracan,) proposed by Capt. Bogle, and seconded by

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