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five feet deep in other places 30 or 40 yards distance and has hitherto been alleviated solely through the ex. At one place, called Baddah, no less than 250 dead emplary private charity of the judge, Mr. Okedon, bodies were counted by the spectators. Females with This gentleman's good deeds are not performed for the their jewels on them, lie dead and untouched, the putrid sake of public exhibition, but are the result of qualities smell being too offensive and considered infectious by of which the possessor will alwavs disdain the tribute the surviving villagers,so as to deter them from approach of publicity or flattery. His private disbursemenis ia ing these corpses, many of which were in a state of charity have, for many months, been the only means of nudily, with the jackals and vultures feeding on them. rescuing from starvation, upwards of a thousand destitute The convicts who have proceeded to bury them, we and famished human beings. understand, dig large holes in the earth, hurl the dead bodies promiscuously into them, and then cover them up. Native superstition ascribes the scourge to the

AGRA.-Cholera is on the decline, both amongst the curses of a fakeer, who asked for some charity of these troops and the inhabitants generally; and as the magis. villagers, and was refused by all except one old woman, trate is putting a stop to a further influx of the destitute whose house has consequently escaped the effects of this poor, in as far as practicable, by arranging so as to employ tempest.

them at some distance from Agra, apprehensions of a pestilence breaking out are beginning to subside. It has

been a mistake to conclude, that the congregation of these MOFUSSIL.

unfortunate persons, has been the cause of the cholera : as this disease is pretty well known now to arise from a

peculiar condition of the atmosphere, rather than from Delhi.-A native, a female, who, to all appearances, animal or vegetable miasm ; nevertheless, it has been had expired, when undergoing the process of ablution found that larger masses of buman beings, invite, as it previous to cremation, shewed signs of life. Her huo were, attacks of cholera, and beyond doubt sooner or later mane and sagacious relatives around, ascribed her resus in many instances are productive of doubtful maglignant citation to the evil spirit or some equally satisfactory revers ; but the magistracy is now happily so well directcause; nor was it until the poor creature had been ex-ed to the removal of the accumulation of all contaminaposed on her funeral pyre the whole day and shewed ting matters, both on the land and the river connected unequivocal symptoms of life and consciousness, that with the presence of these huge working parties and the she was borne home. Suttee is but half abolished while population of Agra generally, so that little is to be the murders that are frequently perpetrated in cases like feared in the shape of infection by a taiuted atmosphere. the above, are suffered to take place.

Distributors of cholera medicines have been placed at It is said that one of the Sudder jung toms furarees each of the twenty-eight chowkeys of the city. has just been secured, after a desperate resistance, in which two of the cantors have been severely wounded. The name of the furaree is Jhoonda, and his companion

Mr. Charles Lyall, of Calcutta, has presented the Unta, had a narrow escape of being secured also. very handsome sum of 500 rupees, to the Relief Society.

The health of the city and station is slightly improving KURNAUL.—The Governor-General has been holding The following list of the poor employed by Government a levee for the reception of the native community, a shews a slight increase since last week : large portion of which has flocked to pay their respects to His Lordship.

April 1838.

Men. Women. Children. Total.

12th 30,617 30,518 16,365 77,500 SAHARUNPORE.- A conflict between a body of thieves

13th

30,617 30,518 16,365 77,500 and the police of a village called Bela in this district,

14th

30,617 30,518 16,365 77,500 recently took place, in which several of both parties were wounded. The magistrate proceeded to the spot on learning the affray, and seized the ringleader and

THE AGRA PRESS.-The Agra press, with all debts and others of the gang.

property thereto appertaining, including, the Agra Ukhbar was on the 5th of April, disposeil of by sale, to Messrs.

Moona Lal and Co. of Agra. The editorship of the pa. ALLIGHUR.—Manik Rae Rao, of Bidjeegurh, a large per will be conducted as hitherto. village in this district, has been sentenced to seven years' imprisonment, in the jail of Allygurh, for being impli. cated in an affray, in which several lives were lost. The

The number of poor employed by Government is daily affray was caused by the Rae's attempting to enforce on the increase : they now amount to 70,000. The fol. the levy of several dues, which he clained as his right, lowing is a list of the number employed this week. from the bundeeas of the village, but to which the laiter refused to submit.

Men.
Women.

Children. Total.

1st.... ...27,418 27,920 14,919 70,257 Small-pox is very prevalent here among the natives,

20.. .28,018 28,520 15,219 71,757 and has extended to the European residents; Mr. Thorn.

30.

28,818 28,920 15,519 73,257 ton, C.S. and Ensign Corsar, of the 641h regiment, have

4th. ...... 28,818 28,920 15,519 73,257 been allacked by the disease. The misery in which the poorer classes of the natives are kept by the scarcity, combined with the approach of the hot wearther, will, no

:-On the 28th day of March, the first doubt, tend to make the disease more faral.

steam engine in these provinces was put up in motion at the establishment of Messrs. Saunders, Barron and Co.,

and is a most interesting spectacle. The engine is of WORADABAD.-The distress in this district, although eight horse power, and is intended for sawing wood,

SHAHJAHEN POOR.

air pump is to act in the twofold capacity-first, of stopped. A fanatic now in confineinent has predicted creating and maiotaining a vacutum under an immense the downfall of the present reigning family ; and the bolter to be used in the making or refining of sugar, after queen, the minister, and 1 wealthy and influential the manner of the celebrated Howard's patent improved mahajun are said to have all died on the same day: by Messrs. Oakes and Co. of London ; second, of the words of the letter are," said to have all become curing sugar by what is called the pneumatic process, defunct on the same day," which gives reason to supwhich consists in placing the recently crystallised sugar pose, that there is some conspiracy on foot to verify by in a case with a wire gauze bottom, and exhausting the the assistance of poison, the prophecy of the gifted indiatmosphere from beneath, when the air rushing through vidual now in custody, the mass, carries all the molasses below, leaving the crystal perfectly pure.

LAHORE." An Urzee form Monsieur Votaylor was

received, stating that a Russian vakeel had come to DACCA, 24TH MARCH.—A force consisting of three Dost Mahomed Khan, the ruler of Cabul, for the purcompanies from Major Lister's light infantry corps, pose of negociating with him. under the command of Lieut, Benett, has been ordered to march against some refractory Cossyah chiefs, within a short distance of the Sanatarium at Cherra Poonjee. An Ukbar from Cabul was also received, mentioning It is confidently expected the chiefs with their followers that while Captain Burdes was sitting with Dost Mahowill soon be dislodged from the stockade, where they med Khan at ihe Durbar, the Russian ambassador came have taken temporary shelter, and will, probably, submit into the presence, and, with a loud voice, said to the to any terms after the arrival of our force. A Govern- ruler of Cabul, that he would not recommend him ment demand made by the revenue authorities for lands taking that gentleman's advice, as the English nation in possession of the above Cossyah chiefs, situated in the would make friends of people and afterwards deceive Sylhet district, treating our perwanas with unwarrant, and disposses them of their territories. Captain Burnes able insult, and committing outrages on the peons con- heard this in silence; when the Durbar was over, he veying those notices, are reported to be the ostensible returned to his quarters, from whence he despatched causes of the present movement.

presents consisting of wines, sweetmeats, &c. to the ambassador, but they were refused and therefore carried

back to Captain Burnes. CALPY.-Cholera and fever prevail to a great extent at this town and the surrounding country. At Humeer. pore and Banda an extensive mortality is raging, and An Ukbar written by the Cazee of Cabul was also almost all the villages are more or less depopulated. received, which mentions that the Russian ambassador The latter station is represented to be unusually pre- and Captain Burnes met at the Durbar of Dost Mahovalent and severe. The morality extends also to the med Khan where they had a long conversation, which cattle, few or none of which reinain.

ended in very angry words, consequent on some expres. sions from the ambassador disrespectfully made use of

towards the English nation. The ruler of Cabul BEHAR.– The Collector of this zillah, Mr. Hamilton, seemed to take notice, but continued the business of the has dismissed seven of his Amla, for peculation and Durbar, secretly enjoying the scene. They then said embezzlement of the public revenue. The same gentle. that they would go to Lahore, and examine its strength, man has substituted Hindoostanee for Persian in his and report the same to their respective Governments. office.

Deenanath said to the Maharajah, that it would be a desirable object if they came into His Highness's

presence and there made proffers of friendship. The Rajah Meetur Jeet Singh has subscribed 1,000 rufees for the relief of the N.W. P. cholera and small

The Ukbar also mentions that Dost Mahomed Khan pox are both raging throughout the district.

wrote to his son Ukbar Khan, advising him to be cautious that the reports of Herat should not be allowed to spread.

NATIVO STATES,

The Maharajah inquired of Deenanath and Fakeer

Azeezoodeen, if they could inform him how much money GWALIOR.–The raja who lately lost his consort has Herat yield. They at first replied that the pergunnah just selected a fresh one, a daughter of the Mamajee, of Herat is large and yields one crore of rupees. They after sorrowing the usual Musulman period of affliction, afterwards said its revenue was about thirty lacs; but forty days. This is the third partner he has taken to the ruler receives only ten lacs. himself.

At the Durbar of the Maharajah, an urzee was preHydrophobia to a fearful and unprecedented extent is seated from Sawun Mul, Nazim of Multan, stating that raging in this town from the number of mad dogs in a few days ago the Vuzeeree Mussulmans had assembled it. Native reports say the mortality caused by it is equal in large body and plundered the cattle of Multan; but to that produced by cholera. So severe are the suffer. when the news of their depredations reached his ears, ings of the poor from famine that they devour the very he assembled his forces, matched out and attacked them, animals, such as horses, buffaloes, asses, &c., that have when after a sharp conflict he succeeded in securing the died naturally from exhaustion.

catile, completely routing the lawless banditti with a loss

on their side of twenty-five killed and fifteen wounded. LUCENOW.-Letters from Lucknow state, that there is apparently something of serious nature going on in that BHURTPOOR.–The sickness so general, is very severe city; and that the authorities are aware of what is going in this town. The Rajah has made arrangements for on, and have taken precautionary measures accordingly. the distribution of medicine in the hope of lessening the five feet deep in other places 30 or 40 yards distance. fand has hitherto been alleviated solely through the ex. At one place, called Baddab, no less than 250 dead emplary private charity of the judge, Mr. Okedon, bodies were counted by the spectators. Females with This gentleman's good deeds are not performed for the their jewels on them, lie dead and untouched, the putrid sake of public exhibition, but are the result of qualities smell being too offensive and considered infectious by of which the possessor will alwavs disdain the tribute the surviving villagers,so as to deter them from approach- of publicity or flattery. His private disbursements in ing these corpses, many of which were in a state of charity have, for many months, been the only means of nudity, with the jackals and vultures feeding on them. rescuing from starvation, upwards of a thousand destitute The convicts who have proceeded to bury them, we and famished human beings. understand, dig large holes in the earth, hurl the dead bodies promiscuously into them, and then cover them up. Native superstition ascribes the scourge to the AGRA.-Cholera is on the decline, both amongst the curses of a fakeer, who asked for some charity of these troops and the inhabitants generally; and as the magisvillagers, and was refused by all except one old woman, trate is putting a stop to a further influx of the destitute whose house has consequently escaped the effects of this poor, in as far as practicable, by arranging so as to employ tempest.

them at some distance from Agra, apprehensions of a pestilence breaking out are beginning to subside. It has

been a mistake to conclude, that the congregation of these MOFUSSIL.

unfortunate persons, has been the cause of the cholera : as this disease is pretty well known now to arise from a

peculiar condition of the atmosphere, rather than from DELHI.-A native, a female, who, to all appearances, animal or vegetable miasm ; nevertheless, it has been had expired, wlien undergoing the process of ablution found that larger masses of human beings, invite, as it previous to cremation, shewed signs of life. Her hu were, attacks of cholera, and beyond doubt sooner or later mane and sagacious relatives around, ascribed her resus- in many instances are productive of doubtful maglignant citation to the evil spirit or some equally satisfactory fevers ; but the magistracy is now happily so well directcause; nor was it until the poor creature had been ex ed to the removal of the accumulation of all contaminaposed on her funeral pyre the whole day and shewed ting matters, both on the land and the river connected unequivocal symptoms of life and consciousness, that with the presence of these huge working parties and the she was borne home. Suttee is but half abolished while population of Agra generally, so that little is to be the murders that are frequently perpetrated in cases like feared in the shape of infection by a taiuted atmosphere. the above, are suffered to take place.

Distributors of cholera medicines have been placed at It is said that one of the Sudder jung toms furarees each of the twenty-eight chowkeys of the city. bas just been secured, after a desperate resistance, in which two of the cantors have been severely wounded. The name of the furaree is Jhoonda, and his companion

Mr. Charles Lyall, of Calcutta, has presented the Uata, had a narrow escape of being secured also.

very handsome sum of 500 rupees, to the Relief Society,

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The health of the city and station is slightly improving KURNAUl.—The Governor-General has been holding The following list of the poor employed by Government a levee for the reception of the native community, a shews a slight increase since last week : large portion of which has flocked to pay their respects to His Lordship.

April 1838.

Men. Women. Children. Total.

12th 30,617 30,518 16,365 77,500 BAHARUNPORE.- A conflict between a body of thieves

13th 30,617 30,518 16,365* 77,500 and the police of a village called Bela in this district,

14th 30,617 30,518 16,365 77,500 recently took place, in which several of both parties were wounded. The magistrate proceeded to the spot on learning the affray, and seized the ringleader and

THE AGRA PRESS.—The Agra press, with all debts and others of the gang.

property thereto appertaining, including, the Agra Ukhbars was on the 5th of April, disposed of by sale, to Messrs.

Moona Laland Co. of Agra. The editorship of the pa. ALLIGHUR.-Manik Rae Rao, of Bidjeegurh, a large per will be conducted as hitherto. village in this district, has been sentenced to seven years' imprisonment, in the jail of Allygurh, for being impli. cated in an affray, in which several lives were lost. The

The number of poor employed by Government is daily affray was caused by the Rae's attempting to enforce on the increase : they now amount to 70,000. The fol. the levy of several dues, which he claimed as his right, lowing is a list of the number employed this week, from the bunneeas of the village, but to whiclı the latter refused to submit.

Men.

Women, Children. Total.

...27,418 27,920 14,919 70,257 Small.pox is very prevalent here among the natives,

2d...

.,28,018 28,520 15,219 71,757 and has extended to the European residents; Mr. Thorn.

3d....

.28,818 28,920 15,519 73,257 ton, C.S. and Ensign Corsar, of the 641h regiment, have

4th. ...28,818 28,920 15,519 73,257 been attacked by the disease. The misery in which the poorer classes of the natives are kept by the scarcity, combined with the approach of the hot wearther, will, no SHAHJAHENPOOR.-On the 28th day of March, the first doubt, tend to make the disease more fatal.

steam engine in these provinces was put up in motion at the establishment of Messrs. Saunders, Barron and Co.,

and is a most interesting spectacle. The engine is of MORADABAD.—The distress in this district, although eight horse power, and is intended for sawing wood,

Ist....

air pump is to act in the twofold capacity-first, of stopped. A fanatic now in confinement has predicted creating and maiotaining a vacutum under an immense the downfall of the present reigning family ; and the boller to be used in the making or refining of sugar, after queen, the minister, and a wealthy and influential the manner of the celebrated Howard's patent improved mahajun are said to have all died on the same day: by Messrs. Oakes and Co. of London ; second, of the words of the letter are," said to have all become curing sugar by what is called the pneumatic process, defunct on the same day," which gives reason to supwhich consists in placing the recently crystallised sugar pose, that there is some conspiracy on foot to verify by in a case with a wire gauze bottom, and exhausting the ihe assistance of poison, the prophecy of the gifted indiatmosphere from beneath, when the air rushing through vidual now in custody. the mass, carries all the molasses below, leaving the crystal perfectly pure.

LAHORE." An Urzee form Monsieur Votaylor was

received, stating that a Russian vakeel had come to DACCA, 24TH MARCH.--A force consisting of three Dost Mahomed Khan, the ruler of Cabul, for the pur. companies from Major Lister's light infantry corps, pose of negociating with him. under the command of Lieut, Benett, has been ordered to march against some refractory Cossyah chiefs, within a short distance of the Sanatarium at Cherra Poonjee. An Ukbar from Cabul was also received, mentioning It is confidently expected the chiefs with their followers that while Captain Burnes was sitting with Dost Mahowill soon be dislodged from the stockade, where they med Khan at ihe Durbar, the Russian ambassador came have taken temporary shelter, and will, probably, submit into the presence, and, with a loud voice, said to the to any terms after the arrival of our force. A Govero- ruler of Cabul, that be would not recommend him meat demand made by the revenue authorities for lands taking that gentleman's advice, as the English nation in possession of the above Cossyah chiefs, situated in the would make friends of people and afterwards deceive Sylhet district, treating our perwanas with unwarrant- and disposses them of their territories. Captain Burnes able insult, and committing outrages on the peons con- heard this in silence; when the Durbar was over, he veying those notices, are reported to be the ostensible returned to his quarters, from whence he despatched causes of the present movement.

presents consisting of wines, sweetmeats, &c. to the ambassador, but they were refused and therefore carried

back to Captain Burnes. CALPY.-Cholera and fever prevail to a great extent at this town and the surrounding country. At Humeerpore and Banda an extensive mortality is raging, and An Ukbar written by the Cazee of Cabul was also almost all the villages are more or less depopulated. received, which mentions that the Russian ambassador The latter station is represented to be unusually pre and Captain Burnes met at the Durbar of Dost Mahovalent and severe. The morality extends also to the med Khau where they had a long conversation, which cattle, few or none of which remain.

ended in very angry words, consequent on some expres. sions from the ambassador disrespectfully made use of

towards the English nation. The ruler of Cabul BEHAR.—The Collector of this zillah, Mr. Hamilton, seemed to take notice, but continued the business of the has dismissed seven of his Amla, for peculation and Durbar, secretly enjoying the scene. They then said embezzlement of the public revenue. The same gentle. that they would go to Lahore, and examine its strength, man has substituted Hindoostanee for Persian in his and report the same to their respective Governments. office.

Deenanath said to the Maharajah, that it would be a desirable object if they came into His Highness's

presence and there made proffers of friendship. The Rajah Meetur Jeet Singh has subscribed 1,000 rupees for the relief of the N.W. P. cholera and small pox are both raging throughout the district.

The Ukbar also mentions that Dost Mahomed Khan wrote to his son Ukbar Khan, advising him to be cautious

that the reports of Herat should not be allowed to spread. NATIVI STATES,

The Maharajah inquired of Deenanath and Fakeer

Azeezoodeen, if they could inform him how much money GWALIOR.–The raja who lately lost his consort has Herat yield. They at first replied that the pergunnah just selected a fresh one, a daughter of the Mamajee, of Herat is large and yields one crore of rupees. They after sorrowing the usual Musulman period of affliction, afterwards said its revenue was about thirty lacs; but forty days. This is the third partner he has taken to the ruler receives only ten lacs. himself.

At the Durbar of the Maharajah, an urzee was preHydrophobia to a fearful and unprecedented extent is sented from Sawun Mul, Nazim of Multan, stating that raging in this town from the number of mad dogs in a few days ago the Vuzeeree Mussulmans had assembled it. Native reports say the mortality caused by it is equal in large body and plundered the cattle of Multan; but to that produced by cholera. So severe are the suffer when the news of their depredations reached his ears, ings of the poor from famine that they devour the very he assembled his forces, matched out and attacked them, animals, such as horses, buffaloes, asses, &c., that have when after a sharp conflict he succeeded in securing the died naturally from exhaustion,

cattle, completely routing the lawless banditti with a loss

on their side of twenty-five killed and fifteen wounded. LUCKNOW.-Letters from Lucknow state, that there is apparently something of serious nature going on in that BHURTPOOR.-The sickness so general, is very severe city; and that the authorities are aware of what is going in this town. The Rajah has made arrangements for on, and have taken precautionary measures accordingly, the distribution of medicine in the hope of lessening the KOTA.— The Raja of this state has taken it into his MOHURRUM AFFRAY8.-The late mohurrum festival bas head to dispense with the services of his Dewan, an been attended with several excesses, which reoder it arrangement to which the latter appears not disposed to rather questionable whether the same indulgence ought conform, and as he is supported by a portion of the in future to be extended to similar exhibitions. One Raja's troops a small fracas is expected. The Rajah mounted patrol has been murdered, and two police has referred the question to Colonel Alves.

peons have been dangerously wounded, all in the dis

charge of their duty io protectiog the public peace. MADRAS.

BURMAR. TROOPS FOR MOULMEIN.— It is said that the troops under orders for Moulmein, are not to proceed there until further instructions are received from the General Go: differ from those previously received. The affairs of the

The accounts from Burmah during the month, do no vernment, the late pacific accounts by the Larne seeming to require their immediate despatch.

country were in the same condition.

not

PERSIA.

The remainder of the 8th Regt. N. I., has not yet sailed for Malacca and Singapore, in consequence, it is said, of the want of accomodation in the Barque Fanny, which was taken up for their conveyance.

ISPAHAN.— The following interesting extract of a letter dated Ispahan, 27th January 1838, has been received.

FROM

THE NA BOBEXEMPTION

LEGAL PROCESS.-A somewhat extraordinary application was made to the

“ The winter this year is excessively severe. The street Supreme Court on the 28th of March, by the Advocate. are literally covered with snow, and we are, in conse. General, on behalf of the Nabob, and by order of Go-quence, all shut up in our respective houses. We have vernment, but was not finally disposed of until the 301h. no further accounts about the movements of Mahommed The Court was applied to make an order,exempting ali Shah, and it is difficult to say what will be the result of persons contained in a certain list (comprising the Na. This expedition: You must have heard of the arrival of bob's household) from its process. The application was

Nicholas at Erivan. The visit of his Imperial Majesty refused on the board ground that the Court was incomto the Convent of Etchmietchin has, I am glad to say, petent to make any such order, which would be tanta nation. He has been graciously pleased to testify bis

been productive of manifold advantages to the Armenian mount to making a law, a power reserved only to acquiescence of becoming patron io that venerable fra. parliament.

ternity on whom he has bestowed twenty-four extensive

villages in perpetuity, the revenues of which are to be LORD ELPHINSTONE AND SIR ROBERT_GRANT. It is appropriated to the maintenance of schools for the educa, generally understood, that both Lord Elphinstone and tion of Armenian youths, and to the printing of the Arme. Sir Robert Grant are recalled ; the latter having offend. nian classics and other useful books. This is all very ed both the Home and the Supreme Governments ; the good and encouraging indeed! Better and happier days former to fill a situation at Court. Sir James Carnac is await the devoted country of the Armenians!" mentioned as his Lordship's successor,

THE

SCHOONER

FOR

MADRAS

CHINA. AND MOULMEIN.-The General Government has purchased a large schooner for Madras, to ply backwards and forwards between The accounts from Canton lo the 27th of February, by Madras and Moulmein, carrying troops, The uncer the Water Witch, indicate no improvement in opium tain tone of the Burmese King renders every precaution but on the contrary state, that there was a general expec. necessary, and makes it desirable that a constant com tation of the drug falling on the appearance of this year's munication should be kept up between Madras and supply in the market, none of which had been reported as Moulmein,

sold. Last year's Opium was respectivelv, Patna 500 dol. lars, Benares 450 dollars, and Malwa 380 dollars, but

sales were effected with great and increasing difficulties. BOMBAY.

New opium was falling hourly, and sales of Patna TUB COMMANDER IN CHIEP.— The Commander-in-Chief are reported at 420 dlrs. Benares at 375 dlrs There is going to cruize for the benefit of his health in the Hon. are discrepancies in the statements of deliveries and Company's ship Taptee between Bombay and Surat, stock for the last year, which we are at a loss to reconcile the present station of that vessel instead of going to the with the shipments from here and Bombay, after making Mahabuleshwar Hills, which it was His Excellency's every allowance for the consumption of the Straits. intention to do, during part of the hot weather, CHOLERA MORBUS.-A considerable deal of cholera was about 41,000 chests, of which we have an account to

Without including Damaun, the export from India prevails among the pilgrims who are congregated at the extent of 26,855 chests delivered and in store at Nassick, and that the victims to the disease are numerous, Lintin, leaving nearly 15,000 chests undisposed of. It caused principally by the crowded state of a place to would be satisfactory' to have this explained. which so many went for the purpose of atonement and expiation.

Some smuggling boats had been seized. Fast sailiog OPIUM agent. It is said, that the situation of opium clippers, for the Chinese rivers, of thirty to forty tons, are agent, vacant by the death of Mr. Taylor, is to be now fitting out in the Hooghly, to be manned by Euroabolished as a distinct appointment, and that the duties peans well armed, for the purpose of conveying the drug are henceforth to be performed by the Custom-house into places, less exposed than the sea coast to the observe department.

Jation of the authorities,

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