Sundeela The large landholdei-fi of the district Forces with the A mil Tallookdars of the district Ground suited for cautonmeuts and civil offices Places consecrated to worship Hutteea I liu-un Nccni Sarang, traditions regarding Landholders and peasantry of Sundeela Banger and Sandee Palee, strong against the Government authorities from their union Nankar and Seer. Nature and character of Jungle Leaves of the peepul, bur, c., used as fodder Want of good houses and all kinds of public edifices Infanticide -S andee district Security of tenure in groves Eiver Giu TaU afiz A bdu Ua, the governor Eunjeet Sing, of Kutteearee Tiiieves in the Banger district Infanticide How to put down the crime Palee Richness of the foliage, and carpeting of spring crops Kunojee Bralnnins Success of the robbers trade in Oude Shahabad Timber taken down tlie little river Gurra to the Ganges, from the Tarac forest Fanaticism of the Moosulman population of Shahabad ;and insolence and impunity with which they oppress the Hindoos of the town. The baronial proprietors in the Sundeela district are Murdun Sing, of Dhurawun, with a rent-roll of 38,000 ;G unga Buksli, of A twa, with one of 25,000; Ciiundeeka Buksh, of Birwa, with one of 25,000; and Somere Sing, of Rodamow, with one of 34,000. This is the rent-roll declared and entered in the accounts; hut it is much below the real one. The Government officers are afraid VOL. n.
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