Read a Despatch No. 91 of 1859, dated the 23rd September from the Right Honble the Secretary of State for India, intimating. Para 1st - That the undermentioned Civil Servants of the Bengal Establishment have been permitted to return to their duty vizt. Messers W. Edwards, W. S. Harlsey, G. A. Pepper, H. Rose, W. Johnston, A. Brandreth & H. B. Boswell. Para 2nd - That Mr. Brandreth has been advanced the sum of Pound 150, to be recovered from his allowances, in India. Para 3rd - That the undermentioned Civil & Uncovenanted Servants of the Bengal Establishment have been granted extension of leave on Sick Certificate for the Periods specified Vizt. Mr. G. G. MacKentosh , Mr. S. W. Sind, 6 Months, Mr. W. C. Teraner, 4 Months, Mr. W. C. Shwewood, Mr. A. Bonlderson 3 Months Mr. F. Hale - Inspector of Schools Saugor for 6 months, Mr. W. B. Farder, Post Office Department for 3 monhts. That Mr. F. F. Lynch, Deputy Magistrate of Sanrm, has been granted such short extension of leave as will of h

Type Of Document Digitize on Demand
Department Home
Branch Public
From Year / Date
To Year / Date
Date Uploaded (YYYY-MM-DD) 2017-09-24
Organization National Archives of India
Identifier PR_000001997764
File No. O. C., 11 Nov., No. 29

The National Archives of India is on a mission to digitize and make available online each and every record in its repositories. This is an ongoing effort and some records will be made available before the others.

Hereby you can give us your request for a particular record and we shall digitize and make it available on priority, at a fee, subject to its availability in legitimate conditions.

Other Similar Items