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Hills, x. 313 ; Ochterlony valley, x.
421 ; Padinalknad, x. 525 ; Palni
Mountains, xi. 19 ; Palupare, xi. 20 ;
Pirmaid, xi. 186 ; Rayavalasa, xii. 41 ;
Salem, xii. 166 ; Sawantwari, xii.
296 ; Shenkotta, xii. 379 ; Shevaroy
Hills, xii. 383, 384 ; Shimoga, xii.
403 ; Taung-ngu, xiii. 225 ; Tavoy,
xiii. 231 ; Tinnevelli, xiii. 306 ; Tra-
vancore, xiii. 349; Wainad, xiii. 510;
Yedenalknad, xiii. 550 ; Yelusavira,
xiii. 554 ; Yerkad, xiii. 556.

Coimbatore, District in Madras, iv. 14-
21 ; physical aspects, 14, 15 ; history,
15, 16; population, 16, 17; agriculture,



7 6



INDEX.



17-19 ; natural calamities, 19 ; com-
merce and trade, 19, 20 ; administra-
tion, 20 ; medical aspects, 20, 21.

Coimbatore, /i/z//6 in Madras, iv. 21.

Coimbatore, town in Madras, iv. 21, 22.

Coins, Indo-Scythian, dug up at Asarur,
i. 337 ; Greek and Indo-Bactrian at
Bulandshahr, iii. 141 ; Indo-Scythian
at Dipalpur, iv. 304 ; Gujrat, v. 189 ;
Harappa, v. 319 ; Bactrian in Hazara,
v. 360 ; Gr?eco-Bactrian at Jalalpur,
vii. 81 ; gold at Kalinga-patam, vii.
330 ; Greek at Mong, ix. 478 ; Grceco-
Bactrian at Miiltan, x. 4 ; Roman at
Nellore, x. 272; Greek at Rawal Pindi,
xii. 36 ; gold at Tsandavolu in Repalli,
xii. 44 ; Sandoway, xii. 201 ; Sarai
Aghat, xii. 249 ; Shorkot, xii. 424 ;
Graeco-Bactrian at Sonpat, xiii. 62 ;
Sumerpur, xiii. 107; Tamluk, xiii. 172.

Coir fibre matting, Manufacture of, at
Alleppi, i. 200 ; South Arcot, i. 326 ;
Bombay, iii. 59 ; Cochin, iv. 7 ; Goa,
v. 94 ; South Kanara, vii. 382, ix.
54 ; Laccadive Islands, viii. 394 ;
Maldive Islands, ix. 251.

Coke, Gen., his operations in Budaun
(1858), iii. 119 ; suggested Cherat as a
sanitarium (1853), iii. 391.

Colaba. See Kolaba.

Colbert, J. B. , reconstituted the French
East India Company (1664), iv. 451.

Colebrooke's Essays, quoted, article
' India,' vi. 191 (footnote 2).

Colebrooke, Mr., Resident at Nagpur
(1798-1802), x. 167.

Colepett. See Amatti.

Coleroon, mouth of the Kaveri in Madras,
iv. 22.

Colgong, town in Bengal, iv. 22, 23.

Collegal, town and taluk in Madras, iv.

2 3-
Colleges and high schools, article 'India,'
vi. 476, 477. Local notices of the
principal colleges — Agra, i. 67, 70 ;
Ajmere (the Mayo), i. 130; Aligarh,
i. 178 ; Allahabad (the Muir), i. 193,
198 ; Bareilly, ii. 147 ; Baroda, ii.
169 ; Batala(C.M.S.), ii. 216; Benares
(Queen's andJaiNarayan's),ii. 266,267;
Berhampur, ii. 325, x. 30 ; Bikaner
(Dungar Singh's), ii. 442 ; Bombay
Presidency (Elphinstone, Deccan,
Gujarat, and Rajaram), iii. 71 ; Bundel-
khand (Rajkumar), iii. 154 ; Calcutta,
iii. 259 ; Ilowrah (Engineering), iii.
259, v. 465 ; Combaconum, iv. 24 ;
Dacca, iv. 88, 92 ; Hugli, v. 497 ;
Indore (Rajkumar), vii. 8; Jaipur, vii.
54 ; Kolhapur, viii. 284 ; Krishnagar,
viii. 317, x. 135; Lahore, viii. 412;
Lucknow (the Canning and Martiniere),
viii. 517, x. 509; Madras, ix. 116;



Calicut, ix. 234 ; Mangalore (Roman
Catholic), ix. 314 ; Masulipatam (the
Noble), ix. 354 ; Midnapur, ix. 432 ;
Mysore, x. 121 ; Nagpur (the Morris),
x. 174; in the N.-W. Provinces, x.
400, 401 ; Nowgong (Rajkumar), x.
416 ; Patna, xi. 105, 109 ; Collegiate
school (the Edwardes), Peshawar, xi.
156, 160; Pondicherri, xi. 199; Poona
(the Deccan and Science), xi. 209, 213,
214 ; Rajamahendri, xi. 382 ; Rajkot
(Rajkumar), xi. 389 ; Rampur Beauleah
(the Rajshahi), xi. 438 ; Rangoon, xi.
484 ; Ratlam, xii. 2 ; Rurki (the
Thomason Civil Engineering), xii. 86 ;
Saidapet (Agricultural), xii. 140, 141 ;
Sardhana (St. John's, Roman Catholic),
xii. 266 ; Serampur (Baptist), xii. 318 ;
Sibpur (Engineering), xii. 458, 459 ;
Tanjore, xiii. 193 ; Trivandrum, xiii.
352, 369 ; Mavelikara in Travancore,
xiii. 352 ; Trichinopoli (St. Joseph's,
Roman Catholic), xiii. 369 ; Vizaga-
patam (the Vizianagram), xiii. 496.

Collet, Joseph, Governor of Madras
(1717-20), ix. 67.

Collins, Col. John, left Sindia's camp at
Mulkapur (1803), and thus opened war,
ix. 259.

Colonelganj, town in Oudh, iv. 23, 24.

Colonelganj, river mart in Bengal, iv.
24.

Colquhoun, Mr., his trade journey from
China to Burma (1881), iii. 200, 201.

Colvin, John, Lt. -Governor N.-W. Pro-
vinces, died while besieged in Agra
during the Mutiny (1857), i. 70.

Colvin, Major, carried out works of W,
Jumna Canal, vii. 259 ; E. Jumna
Canal, xii. 1 14.

Combaconum, town and taluk in Madras,
iv. 24.

Combermere, Lord, took Bhartpur(i827),

»■ 374-

Comercolly. See Kumarkhali.

Comillah, town in Bengal, iv. 24, 25.

Commerce and Navigation of the Ancients
in the Indian Ocean, by Dean Vincent,
quoted, article ' India,' vi. 164 (foot-
note 1); 356 (footnote).

Commerce and Navigation of the Eryth-
raean Sea, by J. M'Crindle, quoted,
article ' India,' vi. 166 (footnotes I and
2); 356 (footnote).

Commerce and trade, article ' India,' vi.
chap. xix. pp. 555-597. Ancient and
mediaeval trade of India, 555 ; function
of modern Indian trade, 555, 556 ;
sea-borne trade impossible under the
Mughals, 556 ; growth of trading and
industrial cities under British rule, 556,
557 ; summary of Indian exports
(1700-1SS5), 558; India's balance of



INDEX.



77



trade, 558, 559 ; the Home charges,
559 ; India's yearly trade savings, 559 ;
the chief Indian ports of export trade,
559) 560 ; early Portuguese trade, 560 ;
Dutch monopoly of eastern trade,
560 ; early English factories and
advance of English trade, 560, 561 ;
Company's trade in 1834, 561, 562;
abolition of inland duties (1836-48),
562 ; growth of Indian foreign trade
(1840-84), 562, 563; Indian trade
statistics (1878-85), 563-565; Suez
Canal trade, 564 ; tabular statistics of
import and export trade (1882-83),
566, 567 ; Manchester cotton goods
import trade, 565 - 568 ; treasure, im-
port of, and proportion of gold to
silver, 568, 569 ; raw cotton export
trade, 569, 570 ; jute exports, 570,
571 ; rice export trade, 572 ; rice
export duty, 572, 573 ; wheat trade
and exports, 573 ; oil-seeds, 573, 574 ',
indigo, safflower, myrobalams, tur-
meric, and lac, 574, 575 ; tea and coffee
exports, 575 ; exports of cotton and
jute manufactures, 575, 576 ; India's
trade with different countries, 577*5^0;
growth of Suez Canal trade, 581 ; Sir
R. Temple's Minute on the balance of
Indian trade, 581-583 ; coasting trade
and shipping of India, 583-586 ; frontier
trade, 586 ; trans-frontier trade with
Afghanistan, Central Asia, Nepal,
Tibet, Burma, and Siam, 586 - 590 ;
internal trade of India, 591 ; trading
castes in Southern and Northern India,
591, 592 ; local trade of India, village
money-lenders, travelling brokers, re-
ligious fairs, etc., 592, 593; internal
trade the chief safeguard against famine,
593, 594 ; normal action of internal
trade, 594 ; Provincial statistics of
internal trade, 594, 595 ; trade of
Patna city, 595, 596 ; the village
mart of Dongargaon, 596 ; rural fair at
Karagola, 596, 597. See also Exports
and Imports, Foreign trade, River-
borne trade, and Sea-borne trade, and
the Section on the subject in the several
District articles.
Common origin of European and Indian

religions, vi. 76.
Common shrines of various faiths, article
' India,' vi. 203, 204 ; Muhammadan
and Hindu worship at St. Thomas'
shrine in Madras, 238. Local notices —
Bairam Ghat, i. 437 ; Palitana, xi. 5 ;
Saint Thomas' Mount, xii. 143 ; Sakhi
Sarwar, xii. 145, 146 ; Upray, xiii.

449-
Communication, Means of. See special

section in each District article.
Comorin, headland in Madras, iv. 25 ;



cape at southernmost extremity of India,
vi. 3-
Comparative Dictionary of the Bihdrt
Language, by Hcernle and Grierson,
quoted, article ' India,' vi. 336 and
footnote; 2>Z7 (footnote 1); 341 and
footnote; 344 (footnote).
Comparative Grammar of the Dravidian
Languages, by Bishop Caldwell, quoted,
article ' India,' vi. 66, 67, and foot-
notes ; 173 (footnote 2); 240 (footnote
0; 3 2 7 (footnotes 2 and 3); 328 (foot-
note); 330 (footnote 2); 332 (footnote);
340 (footnote 2); 369 (footnote).
Comparative Grammar of the Gaudian
Languages, by Hoernle, quoted, article
' India,' vi. 336 and footnote ; t>Z7
(footnote 1).
Comparative Grammar of the Modern
Ayran Languages of India, by Beames,
quoted, article ' India,' vi. 67 (foot-
note); 103 (footnote); 335 ; 337 (foot-
note 2).
Compensation for disturbance on eviction

in Bengal, article ' India,' vi. 445.
Complexity of the Hindu caste system,

article ' India,' vi. 192-194.

Condavid. See Kondavir.

Condition of the people, Material. See

the Agricultural section of the several

District articles, and for more lengthened

notices, special sections, or paragraphs

on this subject — Ahmadnagar, i. 105 ;

Ajmere-Merwara, i. 124 ; Assam, i.

361 ; Bakarganj, i. 444 ; Basti, ii.

211 ; Bengal, ii. 300-302 ; Bhandara,

ii. 363 ; Birbhum, iii. 4, 5 ; Buland-

shahr, iii. 137 ; Lower Burma, iii.

185-189; Cawnpur, iii. 284, 285;

Champaran, iii. 339, 340 ; Cuttack,

iv. 71, 72; Dacca, iv. 84; Darrang,

iv. 146, 147 ; Dehra Dun, iv. 174,

175; Dharwar, iv. 260; Dinajpur, iv.

293, 294 ; Etah, iv. 362, 363 ; Etawah,

iv- 375 '■> Faizabad, iv. 385 ; Faridpur,

iv. 402 ; Fatehpur, iv. 427 ; Firozpur,

iv. 443 ; Ganjam, v. 7 ; Garhwal, v.

21 ; Goa, v. 94 ; Gonda, v. 153 ;

Gurdaspur, v. 210; Gurgaon, v. 218-

220 ; Berar, v. 269 ; Hamirpur, v.

302 ; Hazaribagh, v. 374; Jalaun, vii.

99; Jalpaiguri, vii. 113; Jaunpur, vii.

155; Jehlam, vii. 172; Jhansi, vii.

224 ; Jodhpur, vii. 238 ; Kamrup, vii.

361 ; Kangra, vii. 418 ; Khasi and

Jaintia Hills, viii. 175, 176 ; Kotah,

viii. 306 ; Lakhimpur, viii. 432 ;

Lohardaga, viii. 483, 484 ; Lucknow,

viii. 498; Madras, ix. 36; Maimansingh,

ix. 196; Maldah, ix. 243, 244; Western

Malwa, ix. 269 ; Manbhum, ix. 282 ;

Meerut, ix. 388 ; Monghyr, ix. 486 ;

Moradabad, ix. 509 ; Muttra, x. 49 ;



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INDEX.



Muzaffargarh, x. 62 ; Nagpur, x. 170 ;
Nasik, x. 230, 231 ; Noakhali, x. 346 ;
N. -W. Provinces, x. 390 ; Nowgong,
x. 410, 411 ; Oudh, x. 500 ; Peshawar,
xi. 152, 153 ; Purl, xi. 305, 306 ;
Rangpur, xi. 495, 496 ; Rawal Pindi,
xii. 27 ; Saharanpur, xii. 120; Salem,
xii. 161 ; Saran, xii. 254, 255 ; Shah-
jahanpur, xii. 348, 349 ; Sibsagar, xii.
465, 466 ; Sind, xii. 521 ; Singhbhmn,
xii. 536, 537 ; Sirsa, xiii. 13, 14 ; Surat,
xiii. 127 ; vSylhet, xiii. 151 ; Tipperah,
xiii. 316, 317 ; Twenty -four Parganas,
xiii. 395.

Conflans, Marquis de, defeated by Colonel
Forde at Condore (1758), v. 124 ; suc-
ceeded Bussy as French commandant
at Masulipatam, viii. 228 ; driven out
of Rajamahendri by Forde, xi. 383.

Conga dynasty, The, Solar kings in
Salem, xii. 153, 154.

Conjevaram, town and taluk in Madras,
iv. 26, 27.

Conolly, Capt., on the Province of Herat,
v. 391 ; estimate of its revenue, v. 392.

Conolly, Mr., Collector of Calicut,
murdered there by Moplas (1855), *"•
269, ix. 323 ; founded first teak plan-
tation in Malabar, near Beypur (1844),

ix - 7-
Contai, town and Sub-division in Bengal,

iv. 27.

Constantius, The Emperor, sent an em-
bassy to Aden (342 a.d.), i. 15.
Conti, Nicolas, speaks of Kayal as Cahila

and a pearl fishery, viii. 107 ; visited

Pegu (1430), ^. 474-
Control of India in England under the

Company and under the Crown, article

' India,' v. 431.
Convents, Roman Catholic, at Asansol, i.

337 ; Bandel, ii. 57 ; Calcutta, iii. 253;

Calicut, iii. 269 ; Cochin, iv. 13 ;

Darjiling, iv. 141 ; Entalli, iv. 354 ;

Old Goa, v. 107; Kamthi, vii. 367;

Lucknow, viii. 517; Mangalore, ix.

314; Tinnevelli, xiii. 303; Tuticorin,

xiii. 385 ; Verapoli, xiii. 471, 472.
Convict establishment in the Andaman

Islands, i. 284.
Conybeare, Mr., built the Vehar Reservoir

for the water-supply of Bombay (1S53),

xiii. 466.
Cook, Dr., asserts the Brahuis to be

Tartars, iii. 98 ; on the palace of

Khelat, viii. 187.
Coompta. See Kumpta.
Coolies, Importation of, into Assam, i.

366 ; Lower Burma, iii. 193 ; Cachar,

iii. 235 ; Chittagong Hill Tracts, iii.

451 ; VV. Dwars, iv. 335 ; Sibsagar, xii.

468.
Coolies, Exportation of, from Lohardaga,



viii. 479 ; Pambam, xi. 23 ; Tanjore,
xiii. 185 ; Tinnevelli, xiii. 304.

Coonoor, hill station in Madras, iv. 27,
28.

Cooper, Mr., Deputy Commissioner of
Amritsar, defeated the mutineers of
Meean Meer (July 1857), viii. 406,
407.

Coorg, territory in S. India, iv. 28 - 42 ;
history, 28-31 ; physical aspects, 31,
32 ; population, 33 - 36 ; agriculture,
36-38 ; manufactures and commerce,
38, 39 ; administration, 39, 41; medical
aspects, 41, 42.

Coorgs, The, their origin and history, iv.
29 ; their resistance to Haidar Ali and
Tipu Sultan, iv. 30 ; annexation of
Coorg by the Company, iv. 30, 31 ;
their manners, appearance, dress, and
language, iv. 34, 35.

Coorla. See Kurla.

Coote, Sir Eyre, defeat of Lally at Wandi-
wash (1761), article ' India,' vi. 379,
380; in the first Mysore war (1780),
392. Local notices — Took Alamparai
(1760), i. 163; and Arcot (1760), i.
310; and Ami (1782), i. 232; failed
in his attack on Chilambaram (1781),
iii. 413; occupied Chittur (1781), iii.
454; took Karanguli (1759), vii. 466 ;
his victory at Wand i wash, ix. 13, xiii.
518 ; and at Porto Novo, ix. 13, xi. 222;
defeated Haidar Ali at Perambakam
(1781), xi. 136 ; wounded in attack on
Perumakal (1759), xi. 140 ; took Pon-
dicherri (1761), xi. 198; defeated
Haidar Ali at Sholinghar (1781), xii.
422, 423; took Tripasvir (1781), xiii.
367 ; took Valdavur (1760), xiii. 461 ;
took Wandiwash (1759), won victory
there (1760), and twice relieved Flint
there in the siege of 1780-83, xiii. 518.

Cooum, river in Madras, iv. 42. See also
Madras city.

Cope, Capt. , made a stand at Chilambaram
(1749), iii. 412 ; after his failure to
take Devikota, iv. 234.

Copper and copper mining, article
'India,' vi. 42; 607; 625, 626. Local
notices — Afghanistan, i. 36 ; Ajmere-
Mervvara, i. 118; Alwar, i. 203;
Anantapur, i. 274 ; North Arcot, i.
312; Badakshan, i. 407; Badvel, i.
412 ; Baluchistan, ii. 36 ; Banagana-
palli, ii. 43 ; Bellary, ii. 241, 250 ;
Bengal, ii. 271 ; Bhagalpur, ii. 345 ;
Bikaner, ii. 439 ; Lalitpur in Bundelk-
hand, iii. 152 ; Upper Burma, iii. 211 ;
Central India, iii. 295 ; Chamba, iii.
329; Champaran, iii. 337 ; Cuddapah,
iv. 48; Darjiling, iv. 130, 138; Dera
Ghazi Khan, iv. 208 ; Dharwar, iv.
25S ; Garhwal, v. 22 ; Gurgaon, v.



INDEX.



79



216 ; Hazdribagh, v. 378, 379 ; the

Himalaya Mountains, v. 412 ; Jaipur,

vii. 52 ; near Baxa in Jalpaiguri, vii.

109; Jehlam, vii. 167; Jhabua, vii.

194 ; Kalahari, vii. 321 ; Kangra, vii.

412, 413 ; Kapargadi, vii. 440 ; Kar-

nul, viii. 34 ; Kashmir, viii. 67 ;

Khetri, viii. 200, xii. 371 ; Kistna,

viii. 226 ; Ki'ilu, viii. ^y] ; Kumaun,

viii. 349 ; Lakhi Mountains, viii. 424 ;

Lohardaga, viii. 476 ; Madras, ix. 6 ;

Matted, ix. 366 ; Mergui, ix. 407 ;

Nawanagar, x. 252 ; Nellore, x. 261 ;

Nepal, x. 278; Narnaul in Patiala, xi.

87 ; Pokri, xi. 195 ; Rajputana, xi.

401 ; the Santal Parganas, xii. 227 ;

Satara, xii. 276 ; Shwe-gyin, xii. 430 ;

Sikkim, xii. 484; Singhana, xii.

529; Singhbhiim, xii. 531, 539; Sir-

raur, xii. 554 ; Sirohi, xiii. 2 ; Tavoy,

xiii. 228 ; Trichinopoli, xiii. 355 ;

Udaipur, xiii. 401 ; Vinukonda, xiii.

476.
Copper and brass vessels and utensils.

See Brass and copper vessels and

utensils.
Copper-chasing in Peshawar, xi. 154.
Corembu Gaonden, hills in Madras, iv.

42. See Kalrayanmalai.
Coriander seed, Cultivation of, at Ambala,

i. 220; Coorg, iv. 37 ; Haidarabad

State, v. 245 ; Madras, ix. 30 ; Tin-

nevelli, xiii. 306 ; Tipperah, xiii. 317.

Coringa, town and port in Madras, iv.

42-43-

Corn, Indian. See Maize.

Cornelian. See Carnelian.

Cornish, Dr., estimate of deaths during
the Madras famine (1876-78), ix. 40;
on the climate of Madras, ix. 119.

Cornwallis, Marquis of (1786-93), article
' India,' vi. 392 - 394 ; his revenue
reforms and the Permanent Settlement
of Bengal, 393 ; second Mysore war,
394 ; second administration of (1805),
and his death after a few weeks in
India, 399. Local notices — Took
Bangalore, ii. 61, 68; Permanent
Settlement of Bengal, ii. 279, 280;
statue of, in Town Hall, Calcutta, iii.
251 ; saved Coorg by the third Mysore
war, iv. 30; took Devanhalli ( 1791),
iv. 232 ; gave back Gohad and Gwalior
to Sindhia (1805), iv. 277 ; died at
Ghazipur (1805), where there is a
monument to him, v. 71 ; his letter to
the Nizam interpreting the treaty of
1789, v. 250, 251 ; took Hutri-durga
(1791), v. 503 ; dismantled Maddur
(1791), viii. 539 ; his war with Tipu,
ix. 13 ; his statue at Madras, ix. 106 ;
fixed revenue and judicial head-quarters
of Bengal at Calcutta, x. 24 ; took



Nandidrug (1791), x. 192 ; made
commercial treaty with Nepal (1792),
x. 286; stormed Raidrug (1791), xi.
362; stormed Savandnig (1791), xii.
294 ; his advance on Seiingapatam
(1791), and siege (1792), xii. 319;
made Vellore his base of operations
during 1791, xiii. 468. See also Per-
manent Settlement.
Coromandel, part of the eastern coast of

Madras, iv. 43. See Chola.
Coromandel, town in Madras, iv. 43.
Corporate holdings of cultivated land in
N.-W. Provinces and in the Punjab,
article ' India,' vi. 451.
Correa, on the death and burial of Vasco
da Gama at Cochin, iv. 12 ; made treaty
of Martaban ( 15 19), xi. 474.
Cortelliar, river in Madras, iv. 43.
Corundum, found in Dharapuram, iv.
251 ; Kadiir, vii. 283; Madras, ix. 6;
Monghyr, ix. 480 ; Salem, xii. 153.
Coryat, Thomas, walked from Jerusalem
to Ajmere (16 16), i. 121 ; visited
Hardwar, which he calls capital of
Siva, v. 332.
Cosmos Inchcopleustes' history of the
Christian Church in Ceylon, and along
the Malabar seaboard (547), article
1 India,' vi. 235. Local notices—On
Kalyan, vii. 347, ix. 166, 167 ; speaks
of Maie, the root of Malabar, ix. 217 ;
implies that the Maldive Islands were
inhabited, ix. 250; his Kalliena pro-
bably Kalyamapur, suburb of Udipi,
xiii. 416.
Cosquin, M. Emmanuel, Revue des Ques-
tions Historiques, liv. 56, quoted,
article 'India,' vi. 157 (footnote 3);
152 (footnote 2).
Cossimbazar, historic town in Bengal.

See Kasim bazar.
Cossipur, village in Bengal, iv. 43, 44.
Cossye. See Kasal.
Cotsford, Edward, founded fort and

factory at Ganjam (1768), v. 3.
Cotton-cleaning machines, in Thayet-myo,

xiii. 284.
Cotton cultivation and manufacture,
article ' India,' vi. 491 ; the American
war, its effects on Indian cotton grow-
ing, 491, 492 ; cotton districts in India,
area under cultivation, and out-turn,
492, 493; cotton-cleaning, 494; im-
ports of Manchester goods, 565, 566 ;
exports of raw cotton, 569, 570 ; ex-
ports of manufactured cotton, 575 ;
decline of cotton-weaving owing to
Manchester competition, but still a
domestic industry in India, 599-601 ;
steam cotton mills in different Pro-
vinces, 611,612; sound basis of Indian
cotton manufacture, 611-613 ; exports



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of Bombay manufactured cotton to
China and Africa, 613, 614 ; future
prospect of Indian cotton manufactures,
614.
Cotton, Cultivation of, in Agra, i. 64;
Ajmere-Merwara, i. 125; Akola, i.
143, 144; Alahyar-jo-Tando, i. 161 ;
Aligarh, i. 173; Allahabad, i. 189;
Alur, i. 202 ; Alwar, i. 205 ; Ambala,
i. 220; Amherst, i. 239; Amjhera,
i. 244; Amraoti, i. 247, 248; Amritsar,
i. 259; Arakan Hill Tracts, i. 301,
302; North Arcot, i. 316; South
Arcot, i. 323; Aundh, i. 384; > Badak-
shan, i. 407 ; Bahawalpur, i. 422 ;
Bajana, i. 438 ; Balasinor, i. 460 ;
Baluchistan, ii. 36 ; Bamra, ii. 42 ;
Banaganapalli, ii. 43 ; Banda, ii. 50 ;
Bankura, ii. 83 ; Bannu, ii. 94; Bantwa,
ii. 103; Bardwan, ii. 130; Bareilly, ii.
142; Baroda, ii. 158 and 164; Bar-
pali, ii. 174; Basim, ii. 186; Belgaum,
ii. 234, 235 ; Bellary, ii. 245 ; Bhau-
nagar, ii. 380 ; Bijnaur, ii. 432 ;
Bilaspur, ii. 450; Bombay Presi-
dency, iii. 53-55 ; Borasambar, iii.
89 ; Broach, iii. 107 ; Budaun, iii.
120; Bulandshahr, iii. 137; Bul-
dana, iii. 146; Bundelkhand, iii. 152;
Bundi, iii. 159 ; Lower Burma, iii.
189, 191; Upper Burma, iii. 210;
Cambay, iii. 271 ; Cawnpur, iii. 285 ;
Central India, iii. 295 ; Central Pro-
vinces, iii. 318 ; Chanda, iii. 352;
Padmapur, iii. 365 ; Chindwara, iii.
401 ; Chitaldrug, iii. 425 ; Chittagong,
iii. 439 ; Chittagong Hill Tracts, iii.
450, 451 ; Chura, iii. 460 ; Cochin,
iv. 5 ; Coimbatore, iv. 18; Cuddapah,
iv. 52 ; Cutch, iv. 61 ; Dacca, iv. 85,
90 ; Dader, iv. 92 ; Delhi, iv. 182 ;
Dera Ghazi Khan, iv. 214 ; Dera
Ismail Khan, iv. 224 ; Dhar, iv. 246 ;
Dharwar, iv. 262, 263 ; Dholpur, iv.
274; Dhrangadra, iv. 278; Dungarpur,
iv. 323 ; Ellichpur, iv. 345 ; Etah, iv.
362 ; Etawah, iv. 367, 374 ; Farukha-
bad, iv. 413 ; Firozpur, iv. 443 ; Garo
Hills, v. 30, 31 ; Gaya, v. 49 ; Ghazi-
pur, v. 67 ; Goalpara, v. 116 ; Goda-
vari, v. 127; Gondal, v. 157; Gorakh-
pur, v. 169 ; Gujranwala, v. 184 ;
Gujrat, v. 193; Gurdaspur, v. 211;
Gurgaon, v. 220 ; Gwalior, v. 228 ;
Haidarabad, v. 245 ; Berar, v. 269,
270 ; Haidarabad (Sind), v. 280 ;
Hamirpur, v. 302 ; Hardoi, v. 326 ;
Hill Tipperah, v. 400 ; Hissar, v. 430;
Hoshangabad, v. 446 ; Hoshiarpur, v.
455 ; Hugh, v. 494 ; Indore, vii. 2 ;
Jabalpur, vii. 33 ; Jafarabad, vii. 39 ;
Jaipur, vii. 52; Jalalal ad, vii. 75;
Jalandhar, vii. 88 ; Jalaun, vii. 98 ;



Jalpaiguri, vii. 1 13; Jamkhandi, vii.
127; Jashpur, vii. 146 ; Jath, vii. 148 ;
Jaunpur, vii. 155; Jehlam, vii. 172;
J hang, vii. 210 ; Jhansi, vii. 223 ;
Jimagarh, vii. 262 ; Kaira, vii. 304 ;
Kaladgi, vii. 317, 318 ; Kalsia, vii.
344; Kapurthala, vii. 443; Karnal,
viii. 24; Karnul, viii. 38; Karond,
viii. 46 ; Kathiawar, viii. 96 ; Ka-
wardha, viii. 106 ; Khairagarh, viii.
130; Khairpur, viii. 136; Khandesh,
viii. 156; Khasi Hills, viii. 177; Kolha-
pur, viii. 281 ; Kondka, viii. 28S ;
Korea, viii. 297 ; Kotah, viii. 306 ;
Kulpahar, viii. 334 ; Kumaun, viii.
354 ; Kundla, viii. 364 ; Kuram, viii.
369 ; Kurundwad, viii. 376 ; Lahore,
viii. 410; Lakhtar, viii. 441 ; Larkhana,
viii. 463 ; Lathi, viii. 467 ; Limri, viii.
472 ; Lohara, viii. 474 ; Lohardaga,
viii. 483 ; Ludhiana, viii. 522 ; Madras,
ix. 28, 29, 31; Madura, ix. 129;
Mainpuri, ix. 208 ; Maldive Islands,
ix. 251 ; Maler Kotla, ix. 255 ; Malia,
ix. 256 ; Mallani, ix. 261 ; Western
Malwa, ix. 269 ; Manipur, ix. 331 ;
Meerut, ix. 387 ; Midnapur, ix. 429 ;
Mikir Hills, ix. 436 ; Miraj, ix. 440 ;
Montgomery, ix. 498 ; Moradabad, ix.
508 ; Morvi, ix. 519 ; Mudhol, ix. 527;
Muli, ix. 538 ; Multan, x. 7 ; Muttra,
x. 48; Muzaffargarh, x. 61 ; Muzaffar-
nagar, x. 72 ; Mysore, x. 100, 103 ;
Nabha, x. 126: Nadiya, x. 135; Nag-
pur, x. 170; Narsinghpur, x. 221;
Nasik, x. 232 ; Nawanagar, x. 252 ;
Nellore, x. 266 ; Nimar, x. ^33 5
N.-VV. Provinces, x. t>11 '■> Nowgong,
x. 411 ; Orissa, x. 459 ; Oudh, x. 501 ;
Palanpur Agency, x. 537 ; Paliana, xi.
3 ; Pandaria, xi. 35 ; Patandi, xi. 85 ;
Patna District, xi. 101 ; Patna State,
xi. 115; Peshawar, xi. 153; Phuljhar,
xi. 168 ; Poona, xi. 207 ; Prome, xi.
231 ; Punjab, xi. 278 ; Puri, xi. 306 ;
Radhanpur, xi. 342 ; Raigarh, xi. 362 ;
Raipur, xi. 373 ; Rairakhol, xi. 378 ;
Rajkot, xi. 38S ; Rajpipla, xi. 392 ;
Rajputana, xi. 418 ; Ramdrug, xi. 441 ;
Rawal Pindi, xii. 29 ; Rohri, xii. 64 ;
Ruhtak, xii. 73 ; Sachin, xii. 88 ; Sada-
bad, xii. 90 ; Sagar, xii. 105 ; Saharan-
pur, xii. 120; Sailana, xii. 142; Sakti,
xii. 148 ; Salem, xii. 161 ; Sambalpur,
xii. 183 ; Sangli, xii. 218 ; Santal
Parganas, xii. 232 ; Saran, xii. 255 ;
Sarangarh, xii. 260 ; Sarguja, xii. 268 ;
Satara, xii. 280, 281 ; Sattanapalli, xii.
290 ; Savaniir, xii. 293 ; Sayla, xii. 299 ;
Shahabad, xii. 329 ; Shahpur, xii. 365 ;
Shwe-gyin, xii. 432 ; Sialkot, xii. 446 ;
Sibi, xii. 455; Sibsagar, xii. 466; Sind,
xii. 520, 522 ; Singhbhum, xii. 537 ;



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Sirohi, xiii. 5 ; Sitaman, xiii. 26 ; Sita-
pur, xiii. 35 ; Sonpur, xiii. 63 ; Surat, xiii.
126; Sylhet, xiii. 152; Tadpatri, xiii.
159 ; Tarai, xiii. 209 ; Taung-ngu, xiii.
224 ; Thayet-myo, xiii. 284 ; Tigaria,
xiii. 294 ; Tinnevelli, xiii. 306 ; Trichi-
nopoli, xiii. 360 ; Udaipur( Raj pu tana),
xiii. 402 ; Udaipur (Bengal), xiii. 412;
Unao, xiii. 432 ; Virpur, xiii. 479 ;
Wadhwan, xiii. 506 ; Wala, xiii. 514;
Wankaner, xiii. 518 ; Warahi, xiii.
521 ; Wardha, xiii. 526 ; Wiin, xiii.

543-

Cotton-dyeing. See Dyeing.

Cotton-ginning factories, at Anklesvvar,
i. 293 ; Badnera (steam), i. 409 ;
Broach, iii. 107 ; Dabhoi, iv. 76 ;
Dhanvar, iv. 263 ; Jalgaon (steam),
vii. 104; Jambusar, vii. 122; Jodhia,
vii. 134; in Khandesh (steam), viii.

Cotton import duties, Abolition of, vi.
468.

Cotton-mills, Steam. See Steam cotton



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