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Records of General Department (1857-1880) Files:216
Sr. No. File No. Year Letter No. & Date From To Subject Abstract Page No.
1Case No. 1 of 18571857No. 378, dated 22nd September, 1857The Commissioner & Agent to the Lieut. Governor at Delhi.The Secretary to Govt. N.W.P., Agra.False impression of advance of troops to relief of Agra & Delhi.Forwards copy of a letter of the 8 th instant from the Secretary to Govt. of India in the Military Department regarding the very false impression so universally abroad in the N.W.P & Punjab of troops advancing to relief of Agra & Delhi, & therefore gives the plain facts of the Case. 1-6
2Case No. 2 of 18571857No. ____, dated 25th September, 1857The Commissioner & Agent to the Lieut. Governor at Delhi.The Chief Commissioner , Punjab, Lahore.Disinclination of the Raja of Jind to have his force employed in Rohtak direction.Intimates regarding the abrupt department of the Raja of Jind with his troops; his disinclination to send any men to Rohtak & subsequent offer to send 200 men to Hissar. Also refers to several other matters regarding the adjacent territories.1-4.
3Case No. 3 of 18571857No. ____, dated 26th September, 1857The Chief Commissioner , Punjab, Lahore.The Commissioner, Delhi.Arrangements for the administration of districs of Rohtak, Hissar and Delhi.Recommends the adoption of certain arrangements for the administration of Rohtak & other Districts.1-2.
4Case No. 4 of 18571857No. ____, dated 25th September, 1857The Chief Commissioner , Punjab.Brigadier Chamberlain, Delhi.Appointment of Lt.W.G.Waterfiedas personal assistant to the Commissioner Delhi.Sanction as a temporary measure the employment of Lieut. Waterfield as personal assistant to the commissioner Delhi.1-2.
5 -Do-1857No. ____, dated 26th September, 1857The Commissioner, Delhi.The Adjutant General of Army, Delhi Palace. -Do-Applies for services of Lt. W.G.Waterfield.3-4.
6Case No. 5 of 18571857No. ____, dated 29th September, 1857The Chief Commissioner , Punjab, Lahore.The Commissioner, Delhi.Departure of Mr. Campbell for Rohtak.Enquires of Mr. Campbell has started for Rohtak & recommends some military arrangements being adopted.1-2.
7Case No. 6 of 18571857No. 12 , dated 2nd October, 1857The Commissioner & Agent to the Lt. Governor , Delhi.The Secretary to Chief Commissioner , Punjab, Lahore.Arrangements for administration of certain Districts.Informed regarding arrangements to be made for administration of some of the Districts of the Delhi Division.1-4.
8Case No. 7 of 18571857No. 13 , dated 2nd October, 1857The Commissioner, Delhi.The Chief Commissioner , Punjab.Arrangements for invasion & management of Rohtak District.Details the arrangements he intends to adopt for the invasion & after management of the Rohtak District.1-4.
9Case No. 8 of 18571857No. 163 , dated 18th October, 1857The Secretary to Govt. N.W.P., Agra.The Commissioner, Delhi.Appointment of C.B. Saunders as Commissioner Delhi & Agent to Lt. Governor N.W.P.Appoints C.B. Saunders as Commissioner Delhi Division & Agent to the Lt. Governor N.W.P.1-4.
10Case No. 9 of 18571857No.11, dated 24th October, 1857The Commissioner, 1 st DivisionThe Commissioner & Agent Lt. Governor N.W.P. Delhi.Formation of volunteer corps of European cavalry.Transmits copies of a notice for circulation relative to the formation of volunteer corps of European cavalry for general service in N.W.P.1-18.
11Case No. 10 of 18571857No.27, dated 1st November, 1857The Commissioner, Delhi.The Chief Commissioner , Punjab, Lahore.Attack on Mewaties at Sohna and death of Mr. Wigram Clifford.Reports that Mr. Wigram Clifford of the Civil Service was killed on the 31 st. October in an attack up on the Mewatis at Sonah.1-2.
12Case No. 11 of 18571857Cir. No.8 , dated 5th November, 1857The Commissioner, Delhi.The Magistrates of Delhi, Panipat, Rohtak and Gurgaon.Relief to the survivors of those who suffered during the mutinous outbreakForwards copy of a dispatch from the Hon'ble Court of Directors, No. 4, dated 26 th August 1857 & accompaniment regarding relief to the survivors of those who have suffered during the late mutinous outbreak.1-6.
13Case No. 12 of 18571857No. 881, dated 19th November 1857.The Officiating Agent Governor General for Central India, Indore.The Commissioner, Delhi.Property of the Vakil of Nawab of Jowrah.Forwards copy of a letter from pandit Harnarian Raina, Vakil of the Nawab of Jowrah, regarding his property in Delhi.1-4.
14Case No. 13 of 18571857No. _____, dated 24th November 1857.The Chief Commissioner , Punjab, Lahore.The Commissioner, Delhi.Memo. of the intelligence of November 23, 1857Forwards memorandum of intelligence of November 23, 1857 published in the Delhi Gazette Extra.1-3.
15Case No. 14 of 18571857No. _____, dated 26th November 1857.The Commissioner, Delhi.The Chief Commissioner , Punjab, Lahore.Memo. of intelligence of November 24, 1857Forwards memorandum of intelligence of November 24, 1857 published in the Delhi Gazette Extra.1-3.
16Case No. 15 of 18571857No.58 , dated 28th November 1857.The Commissioner, Delhi.The Chief Commissioner , Punjab, Lahore.Death of certain ladies at Lucknow Expenses doubt as to the correctness of the news of the death of certain ladies at Lucknow.1-2.
17Case No. 16 of 18571857No. _____, dated 27th November 1857.The Chief Commissioner , Punjab, Lahore.The Commissioner, Delhi.Movements of the Jodhpur LegionEnquires if there is any news of the Jodhpur Legion.1-2.
18 -Do-1857No. 57 dated 28th November 1857.The Commissioner, Delhi.The Chief Commissioner , Punjab, Lahore.-Do-States that the greater part of the Jodhpur Legion horse & foot crossed the Jumna at Hassanpur Ghat below Palwal on the November 23 rd & have made their Oudh & Ruhelkhand.3-4.
19Case No. 17 of 18571857No.60 , dated 29th November 1857.The Commissioner, Delhi.The Chief Commissioner , Punjab, Lahore.Movements of the Gwalior Contingents.Gives news regarding the Gwalior contingents 1-2.
20Case No. 18 of 18571857No.70, dated 11th December 1857.The Commissioner, Delhi.The Chief Commissioner , Punjab, Lahore.Engagements between the Gwalior rebels & the British force.Communicates doings of the Gwalior rebels & the British force.1-4.
21Case No. 19 of 18571857No.74 , dated 15th December 1857.The Commissioner, Delhi.The Chief Commissioner , Punjab, Lahore.Engagements of Col. Seaton's column with rebels at Khasgunge.Reports engagement of Col. Seatons column with rebels at Khasgunge, their defeat etc.1-4.
22Case No. 20 of 18571857No._____ , dated 15th December 1857.G. Wagentrieber Reg. DelhiThe Commissioner, Delhi.Proposal for reward for saving life of G. Wagentrieber & his family.Sends one "Sirdarrah" who was instrumental in saving G: Wagentrieber & his family during their flight from Delhi with a view to his being rewarded.1-2.
23Case No. 21 of 18571857No._____ , dated 22nd December 1857.The Offg. Resident Engineer, E.1. Railway, Delhi.The Commissioner, Delhi.Suggests reward for services rendered.Mentions the circumstances of the escape of himself & his party from Delhi & suggests that the parties concerned be rewarded & punished for their loyalty & misdeeds respectively. 1-4.
24Case No. 1 of 18581858No. 1862, dated 29th December 1857.The Secretary to Chief Commissioner, PunjabThe Commissioner, Delhi.Treatment of property found within the walls of Delhi.Forwards instruction relative to the treatment of property found within the walls of Delhi & requests him to obtain from General Penny a copy of the letter on this subject addressed to that officer.1-6.
25Case No. 2 of 18581858No. _____, dated 24th January 1858.BombayThe Commisioner, Delhi.overland mail newsCommunicates overland mail news1-6.
26Case No. 3 of 18581858No. 301, dated 22nd January 1858.The offg. Secretary to Govt. N.W.P.The Commissioner, Delhi.Conferring of titles& other marks of distinction on the native subjects of the British GovernmentAnnexes copies of a letter from the Offg. Under Secretary to the Govt. of India & its annexure relative to the conferring of titles & other marks of distinction on the native subjects of the British Government.1-8.
27-Do-1858Cir. No.4, dated 25th January 1858The Commissioner, Delhi.The District Officers, Delhi Division.-Do-Forwards for information & guidance copy of a resolution of Government of India of 30 th May 1829 received with the above. 9-10.
28Case No. 4 of 18581858No._____ , dated 31st January 1858.Mr. Brooks , In charge Telegraph Office, Delhi.The Commissioner, Delhi.overland mail newsForwards extracts from overland mail dated the 2nd January, 1858.1-6.
29Case No. 5 of 18581858No.8 , dated 28th January 1858.The President Govt. Agency Committee, Delhi.The Commissioner, Delhi.Sale of prize property. Requests the prohibition of sales of Government or other property by subordinate officers until inspection by the Committee of which he is President.1-4.
30-Do-1858No, 24 a dated 30th January 1858.The Commissioner, Delhi.The President Govt. Agency Committee, Delhi.-Do-Requests to be furnished with his views on the subject of prize property with reference to his requests to prohibit the sale by officers subordinate to the Commissioner of Government or other property.5-10.
31-Do-1858No.11 , dated 2nd February 1858.The President Govt. Agency Committee, Delhi.The Commissioner, Delhi.-Do-Replies to the above.11-14.
32Case No.6 of 18581858No.42 , dated 10th February 1858.The Commissioner, Delhi.The Chief Commissioner, Punjab.Crown jewelsEnquires if the crown jewels are to be treated as prize property & requests permission to transfer them to the Collector for safe custody.1-6.
33Case No.7 of 18581858No.___ , dated 7th February 1858.The Commissioner, Delhi.The Secretary to Govt. of India , Military Department, with the Governor General, camp Allahabad.Search for hidden treasure in the houses of rebels.Enquiries whether the G.O. No. 181, dated the 29th January authorizes the prize Agents to recommence search for hidden treasure in the houses of rebels .1-4.
34-Do-1858No. 14, dated 14 th January 1858.The Officiating Commissioner , Delhi.The Secretary to Chief Commissioner, Punjab, Lahore-Do-States that the letter referred to by him as addressed to General Penny on the subject of treatment of property in Delhi is not on the file of that officers & requests to be furnished with a copy.5-6.
35-Do-1858No. 109, dated 23rd January 1858.The Officiating Secretary to the Chief Commissioner, Punjab.The Officiating Commissioner , Delhi.-Do-With reference to the above annexes copy of letter addressed to Major General Penny C.B., dated the 29 th October last on the subject of what should be considered prize property at Delhi.7-14.
36-Do-1858No. 54, dated 15th February 1858.The Secretary to Govt. of India , Military Department, with the Governor General, camp Allahabad.The Officiating Commissioner , Delhi.-Do-In reply intimates that prize Agents are at liberty to search the houses of rebels.15-16.
37Case No.8 of 18581858No. 315, dated 15th February 1858.The Secretary to the Chief Commissioner, Punjab.The Commissioner, Delhi.Separation of Delhi Division from the N.W.P. & its attachment to the PunjabForwards copy of an extract of a resolution of Government separating the Delhi Division from the N.W.P. & attaching it to the Punjab.1-4.
38Case No.9 of 18581858No.53, dated 10th February 1858.The Magistrates of Delhi.The Officiating Commissioner, Delhi.Reward for saving lives of Mrs. Aldwell & childrenForwards copy of a statement made by Mrs. Aldwell & recommends a reward of Rs. 1300 to persons detailed within, who were instrumental in saving the lives of herself & 3 children1-6.
39-Do-1858No. 44, dated 12th February 1858.The Commissioner, Delhi.The Secretary to the Chief Commissioner, Punjab, Lahore.-Do-Solicits the Chief Commissioner's sanction to the disbursement of Rs. 1300/- in reward to the parties who sheltered protected & befriended Mrs. Aldwell & children as recommended by the Magistrate of Delhi.7-10.
40-Do-1858No. 341, dated 19th February 1858.The Secretary to the Chief Commissioner, Punjab.The Officiating Commissioner , Delhi.-Do-In reply conveys the Chief Commissioner's sanction to the disbursement of Rs. 1300/- in reward to the parties who saved the lives of Mrs. Aldwell & children.11-12.
41-Do-1858No. 62, dated 24th February 1858.The Commissioner, Delhi.The Magistrates of Delhi.-Do-With reference to his No. 53 of the 10 th instant authorizes the disbursement of the several rewards aggregating Rs. 1300/- to parties who saved Mrs. Adwell & family.13-14
42Case No.10 of 18581858No. 88, dated 2nd March 1858.The Magistrates of Delhi.The Commissioner, Delhi.Reward for servies to Major J.S. Patherson of 54 th N.I.Solicits sanction to pay a reward of Rs. 200/- to Roopram & Lalljee of Mulluckpur for their services to Major J.S. Patherson of 54 th N.I.1-2.
43-Do-1858No. 89, dated 2nd March 1858.The Magistrates of Delhi.The Commissioner, Delhi.-Do-Solicits sanction to a reward of Rs. 50 to Kulloo of Mouza Mookundpur for his assistance to Major Patherson of the 54 th N.I.3-4.
44-Do-1858No. 71, dated 4th March 1858.The Commissioner, Delhi.The Magistrates of Delhi.-Do-In reply to his No. 88 of the 2 nd instant grants rewards to Lalljee & Roopram for protecting Major Patherson.5-6.
45-Do-1858No. 72 dated 4th March 1858.The Commissioner, Delhi.The Magistrates of Delhi.-Do-In reply to letter No. 89 of 2 nd instant sanction reward for kulloo for assistance rendered to Major Patherson.7-8.
46Case No.11 of 18581858No. __ dated 8th March 1858.The Executive Engineer , Delhi Division.The Commissioner, Delhi.Recompense for services rendered by Raja Lalljee.Forwards for favorable consideration petition of Raja Lalljee Sub Assistant oversear D.P.W. Stating the services rendered by him during the mutiny.1-4..
47-Do-1858No. 71 dated 8th March 1858.The Commissioner, Delhi.The Secretary to the Chief Commissioner, Punjab Lahore.-Do-Recommends Raja Lalljee for a pension of Rs. 10/- a month & a donation of Rs. 200/- on account of services rendered by him during the rebellion.5-8.
48Case No.12 of 18581858No. __ dated 11th March 1858.Capt. C.B. Wriford , prize Agent, Delhi.The Commissioner, Delhi.Prize property Requests that all the property & treasure which may have been seized by the civil authorities belonging to rebels etc. may be made over to the Prize Agency .1-4.
49Case No.13 of 18581858No. 82, dated 2nd March 1858.The Magistrates of Delhi.The Commissioner, Delhi.Reward to the Lambardars of Shukoorpur (Smalkha)Forwards copy of a certificate given by Col. Becher, Quarter Master General, to the Lambardars of Shukoorpur & of the Commissioner's remarks on the back of it & requests that steps may be taken to procure a suitable reward for them.1-6.
50-Do-1858No. 446, dated 11th March 1858.The Secretary to the Chief Commissioner, Punjab.The Commissioner, Delhi.-Do-In reply to his No. 62 of the 5 th instant (missing) conveys sanction to the disbursement of Rs. 500 in rewarding the Lamberdars of village Shukoorpur.7-8.

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