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STATEMENT exhibiting the Number of PerioDICAL Publications, and
PRINTING PressE6, under the License or Sanction of the British Government,
14.- The Spy.
15.-The Bengal Weekly Messenger.
17.–Bengal Chronicle; originally pub-
lished under the title of « The 4.-Calcutta Monthly Journal.
Scotsman in the East," and after5.Calcutta Journal.
wards as the “ Columbian Press
and Weekly Advertiser.”
18.-The Indian Magazine, or Miscel-
lany of General Literature.
21.–The Calcutta Commercial Chro4.--Calcutta Monthly Journal.
24.-Calcutta Gazette and Commercial
Current and Miscellaneous Re-
28.--The Calcutta Magazine.
29.—The Calcutta Annual Keepsake. 12.-The Oriental Mercury, and Journal 30.--Calcutta Commercial Guide.
of Politics and Literature. 31..-The Mirror of the Press.
3.-Jami Ichan Nooman. 1820. -Nil.
5. ---Sungbud Teemul Nansack. 1830.
6.-Sumachar Durpan. 1.-Summachai Chundicka, or Moon 7.-Oodunt Martund. of Intelligence.
8.- Bongodooth. 2. -Sungband Cowmuddy.
FORT ST. GEORGE.
erament, Ch Year
1820-continued. 1.-Madras Courier.
7.-Madras Army List.
2.-Madras Gazette. 1820.
3.—Madras Courier. 1.- Madras Courier.
4.-Madras Army List.
8.—Mr. Brown's Oriental Magazine.*
tion since that period.
1.Na Summachar. 1820.
2.— Bombay Native Hurkara, or Persian
Huckba. 1.-Monthly Magazine, by Mulna Fe- 3.—Mambeyka Hurkara, by Mahomed rozbin Mulna Kaos.
Ghasoordeen. 2.-Guzerattee Newspaper, by Fur- 4.-Price Current, in the Guzerattee doonjee Muzbanjee.
1.-Lithographic Press at Tolly Gunge, belonging to Fyz Allee.
Note.—With the exception of the instances above noticed, it does not appear that applications have been made for the licensing of Printing Presses specifically; but it is presumed that a Printing Press is attached to each of the Periodical Publications enumerated in the preceding Statement, in respect to Bengal.
FORT ST. GEORGE.
EUROPEAN PRINTING PRESSES.
1830. 1.-Małe Asylum.
2.—Lithographic Press. 1820. 1.-Male Asylum. 2.-College.
Note. It is presumable that there are separate Presses also attached to each of the Newspapers at the Presidency, the Government Gazette excepted, which is printed at the Male Asylum Press.
NATIVE PRINTING PRESSES.
EAST INDIA PERIODICAL PUBLICATIONS,
AND LICENSED PRINTING PRESSES.
STATEMENTS exhibiting the Number of
PERIODICAL PUBLICATIONS, under the License
Ordered, by The House of Commons, to be Printed,
17 December 1831.