Return to an Address of the Honourable the House of Commons, Dated 10 February 1859 for: Return Showing the Total Amount Disbursed Upon Education in Each Presidency ... in 1856-57 ... : And, Copy of Correspondence with the Indian Government, Showign the Progress of the Measures Adopted for Carrying Out the Education Despatch of the 19th Day of July 1854 (in Continuation of Parliamentary Paper, No. 72, of Session 1858
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Acting allowed amount appears application appointment arrangement assistant attend August Board Bombay Captain charge Chief committee communication consideration considered copy course dated Department desirable Despatch directed Director of Public ditto Division drawing duties Elphinstone Engineer English Erskine establishment examination expense expressed EXTRACT forward funds further give given Government of India Governor in Council grant Honourable the Governor institution January July June knowledge language letter Major Major Candy March master means ment month native necessary normal object Office opinion para persons Poona College present principal proceedings Professor proposed Public Instruction pupils question received recommend reference regard reply request RESOLUTION respect rupees salary sanction Sanscrit scholars Secretary Secretary to Government September Shastree signed submitted suggested superintendent teachers teaching tion translation trustees vernacular whole
Page 213 - I am directed by the Right Honourable the Governor in Council to acknowledge the receipt of your letter dated the i6th of August last, applying for employment in some situation in the Public Service.
Page 25 - THE Honourable the Governor in Council is pleased to publish for general information the following Rule, Ordinance and Regulation I.
Page 191 - I conceive to be the grand storehouse from which strength and beauty may be drawn for the Vernacular languages, and it is therefore highly deserving of cultivation, but it cannot furnish from its stores the matter of instruction, nor can it ever be the medium of instruction to more than a few. In a word, knowledge must be drawn from the stores of the English language, the Vernaculars must be employed as the media of communicating it, and Sanscrit must be largely used to improve the Vernaculars and...
Page 153 - SIR, -I have had the honour to receive your letter of the 22nd instant, in which you intimate to me your intention of violating the law.
Page 577 - AM directed to forward for submission to the Right Honourable the Governor in Council, the accompanying...
Page 89 - Yesterday, and to acquaint you for the Information of His Excellency the Commander in Chief that the 4- Iron 4 P™...
Page 83 - I am directed to acquaint you, for the information of his Excellency the Commander-inchief, that the...
Page 69 - The establishment now forming at Roorkee near the Solani acqueduct on the Ganges Canal affords peculiar facilities for instructing Civil Engineers. There are large workshops and extensive and most important structures in course of formation. There are also a library and a model room.