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Records of Revenue Department (1857-1880) Files:149
Sr. No. File No. Year Letter No. & Date From To Subject Abstract
1Case No. 1 of 18571857Circular No. 2, dated 14th October, 1857The Commissioner and Superintendent, Delhi DivisionThe Collector, Delhi Division.Prohibition on the importation and possession of Brimstone and SulphurEnclosed copy of a letter from the Secretary to Government of India to the Secretary to Government of N.W.P. Dated 14th August 1857 and a notification No. 1574 of the same date published in Agra Government Gazette, prohibiting the importation and possession of Brimstone or Sulphur except on account for or with the sanction of Government .1-3.
2Case No. 2 of 18571857No. 3, dated 30th dated October, 1857The Officiating CommissionerThe Commissioner and Superintendent, Cis-Sutlej States, AmbalaAttachment of Amir Ali Khan's share in Kunjpura Jagir estate.Requests orders may be issued that all share or shares in the Kunjpura Jagir estate belonging to Amir Ali Khan may be attached. 1-2.
3Case No. 3 of 18571857Circular No. 13, dated 28th November, 1857The Commissioner and Superintendent, Delhi DivisionThe Magistrate of Delhi, Gurgaon, Rohtak, Jhajjar & Panipat.Punishment to insurgentsForwards extracts from a demi official letter from, Mr. Muir regarding the burning of the stacks and corn of insurgents and suggest the seizure of cattle as the latest policy1-4.
4Case No. 4 of 18571857No.66, dated 19th December, 1857The Officiating Magistrate, PanipatThe Officiating Commissioner and Agent, Delhi DivisionPlot to attack the seize trainRequests information regarding a plot on the part of some of the Sonipat people to attack the seize train. 1-4.
5Case No.1 of 18581858No.8 dated 5th January, 1858The Officiating Collector and Magistrate, GurgaonThe Commissioner, Delhi DivisionMeasures for preservations of order in the Gurgaon DistrictSuggests measures for the preservation of order in the Gurgaon District. 1-8.
6Case No.2 of 18581858No.2, dated 12th January, 1858The Officiating Commissioner, Delhi DivisionMember of the Saddar Board of Revenue, N.W.P., Agra.Movements of Ghaziuddin Khan, one of the chief rebels of kotahIn reply to his D.O. letter of 29th ultimo intimates, that Ghaziuddin Khan, rebel, has left Jhajjar and gone in the direction of Kotah.
7Case No.3 of 18581858No. 25, dated 23rd February, 1858. The Officiating Collector, PanipatThe Officiating Commissioner, Delhi DivisionReward for services rendered by Boali BuxForwards an application for a reward for good services rendered by Boali Bux, the Ex-Tehsildar of Panipat. 1-2.
8Case No.4 of 18581858No.10, dated 22nd October, 1857The Commissioner, Meerut DivisionThe Commissioner Delhi and Agent Lieutenant Governor N.W.P. Property of the Ex-King of Delhiwith advertence to vernacular Proceeding of the 14th instant regarding the confiscation of lands belonging to the King of Delhi or his family submits a letter from the Officiating collector, Muzaffarnagar and a list of the property in respect to which the order of resumption has been carried out. 1-8.
9-do-1858No. 25, dated 2nd February, 1858The Officiating Commissioner, Delhi DivisionThe Magistrate and Collector, Delhi -do-Sends a book containing an inventory of all the Ex-King's Taiyool lands and houses situated within the city of Delhi and requests he will have a copy made for record in his office.9-10.
10-do-1858No.19, dated 2nd March, 1858The Collector, Delhi The Commissioner, Delhi Division-do-Return the book received with the above letter after taking a copy for record.11-12.
11Case No.5 of 18581858No.5, Dated 14th January, 1858The Commissioner, Delhi The Political Agent, JhajjarReward to Nowrang Singh for protecting Sir J. Metcalfe, Jhajjar.Requests him to ascertain particular regarding the village of Kaneena in the Dadri District as Sir J. Metcalfe has recommended its being given in reward to one Nowrang Singh Rajput, lamberdar of Chotee Bhond for having sheltered and protected him. 1-4.
12-do-1858No. 58, dated 6th, March, 1858The Officer in Political Charge of JhajjarThe Commissioner, Delhi Division-do-With reference to the above furnishes information regarding the village of Kullana in Dadri District.5-8.
13Case No.6 of 18581858No. 2, dated 11th January, 1858The Collector, Delhi The Commissioner, Delhi DivisionReward to Harsukh and Ramsukh for protecting Mr. D Gruther and family Solicits sanction to the permanent reduction of Rs. 50 per annum in revenue of Mouza Mandhoura as reward to Harsukh and Ramsukh in addition to the Rs. 200 sanctioned vide No. 27 of 16th ultimo for protecting Mr. D. Gruther and family. 1-4.
14-do-1858No. 4, dated 13th January, 1858.The Commissioner, Delhi The Magistrate and Collector, Delhi -do-In reply to above makes certain enquiries respecting the revenue of Mouza Mandoura and the quotas payable by the brothers who protected Mr. Gruther and family. 5-8.
15-do-1858No. 9, dated 27th January, 1858.The Collector, Delhi The Commissioner, Delhi Division-do-In reply to above submits a modified recommendation for rewarding Harshkuh and Ramshukh, with the required information. 9-10.
16-do-1858No. 36, dated 1st February, 1858The Officiating Commissioner, Delhi DivisionThe Secretary to Chief Commissioner, Punjab, Lahore-do-Annexes copies of correspondence with the collector of Delhi relative to the reduction of Juma of Mouza Mandhoura as an additional reward to the zamindars who protected Deputy Collector Mr. D. Gruther and his family and Solicits Chief Commissioner's sanctions to the measures.11-12.
17-do-1858No. 225 A, dated 24th March, 1858The Secretary to Chief Commissioner, Punjab, LahoreThe Officiating Commissioner, Delhi Division-do-With reference to the above communicates Government sanction to grant of 22 acres of the holding of the two brother Harsukh and Ramsukh in the village Mandhoura to them and their male issues in perpetuity enclosed sanad.13-18.
18Case No. 7 of 18581858No. 242, dated 30th March, 1858The Assistant Secretary to Chief Commissioner, Punjab, LahorThe Officiating Commissioner, Delhi DivisionPension to the widow of Chiman LalWith reference to No. 81of 21st December last communicates the sanction of government to a pension of Rs.45 per mensem to Sarah widow of Chiman Lal, native doctor.1-4.
19Case No. 8 of 18581858No. 257, dated 30th March, 1858The Officiating Civil Auditor,N.W.P., Agra.The Officiating Commissioner and Agent Lieutenant Governor Delhi DivisionList of pensioners in Delhi DivisionIn compliance with No. 1 of 3rd December last forward copies of the list of several pensioners of the Districts of the Delhi Division.1-14.
20Case No. 9 of 18581858No. 45, dated 6th April, 1858The Collector, Delhi The Commissioner, Delhi DivisionRecovery of arrears due from executed, deceased or absconded rebelsRequest instructions as to whether arrears due from executed, deceased or absconded rebels should be recovered from the sale of their confiscated property or written off as irrecoverable.1-2.
21-do-1858No. 89, dated 8th April, 1858The Officiating Commissioner, Delhi DivisionThe Collector, Delhi -do-With reference to the above states that arrears of revenue due by a Malguzar who being a rebel either dies, abscond or is executed, should be recovered by sale of his confiscated property and that no such balance should be written off.3-4.
22Case No. 10 of 18581858No. 9, dated 12th April, 1858The Commissioner, Delhi DivisionThe Financial Commissioner, Punjab, LahoreStatement of yearly cost of all establishments appertaining to Delhi CommissionershipIn compliance with No.1154 of 22 ultimo submits a statement showing the yearly cost of establishments of all cases appertaining to the Delhi Commissionership with remarks thereon.1-4.
23Case No. 11 of 18581858No. 61, dated 15th April, 1858The Collector, Delhi The Commissioner, Delhi DivisionReward for services rendered by Isapur zamindarsSolicits sanction to confer on the Isapur zamindars ten Biswahs of village Bakergarh and the whole of village Malikpur, both confiscated estates in the Southern parganah1-4.
24Case No. 12 of 18581858No. 446, dated 20th April, 1858The Deputy Commissioner, Delhi DivisionThe Commissioner, Delhi DivisionContinuation of pension to Amir Bahu BegamWith reference to a petition from Amir Bahu Begam, states that she has been enjoying a pension of Rs. 150 per Month from this treasury since 1835. There appears to be no reason why she should not continue to draw her pension as she has not taken any part in the rebellion. 1-2.
25Case No. 13 of 18581858No. 69, dated 20th April, 1858The Collector, Delhi The Commissioner, Delhi DivisionReward for services rendered by Jugal KishorSolicits sanction of Government to confer on Jugal Kishor peshkar of the Eastern Parganah the Biswadari right of village Khanpur of the Northern parganah for services rendered. 1-4.
26Case No. 14 of 18581858No. 89, dated 5th May, 1858The Deputy Commissioner, Delhi DivisionThe Commissioner, Delhi DivisionDisposal of the Joint property of Begam Zinat Mahal and Nawab Mehbub Ali KhanIn reply to No. 50 of 31 st December last intimates the recovery of Rs. 42515/8/3,the joint property of Begam Zinat Mahal and Nawab Mehbub Ali Khan and requests instructions how to dispose off it.1-2.
27-do-1858No. 206, dated 7th May, 1858The Commissioner, Delhi DivisionThe Deputy Commissioner, Delhi Division-do-In reply to above refers him to No. 108 of 17th March last for instructions.3-4.
28Case No. 15 of 18581858No. 949, dated 9th March, 1858The Financial Commissioner, PunjabThe Commissioner & Superintendent, Delhi DivisionCultivation and Irrigation of cotton plant in Delhi DivisionWith reference to the annexed correspondence requests a report may be supplied at an early date regarding the practice followed in the principal cotton tracts in the matter of irrigation . 1-8.
29-do-1858Circular No. 13, dated 13th March, 1858The Officiating Commissioner, Delhi DivisionThe Collector, Delhi Division.-do-With reference to annexed correspondence requires a report on the practice follow in their Districts in the matters of the culture and irrigation of the cotton Plant as there in constructed on 9-10.
30-do-1858Circular No. 21, dated 22nd March, 1858The Collector, GurgaonThe Officiating Commssioner, Delhi Division-do-In reply to above sends report on the practice followed in the culture and irrigation of the cotton plant on the District.11-12.
31-do-1858 No. 54, dated 13th April, 1858The Collector, Delhi The Commissioner, Delhi-do-In reply to Cir. No. 13 dated 13th March, 1858 forwards copy of an able and interesting Report from Mr. Berkeley on the subject of cotton cultivation in this District. 15-19, 21-24 blank
32-do-1858No.73,dated 27th April, 1858.The Deputy Commissioner, Panipat.The Commissioner, Delhi Division-do-Supply to the required information regarding cotton.25-26
33-do-1858No. 15, dated 28th April, 1858The Commissioner, Delhi DivisionThe Financial Commissioner, Punjab-do-In reply encloses copies of reports on the subject from the Deputy Commissioners of Delhi, Gurgaon, Jhajjar and Rohtak. 27-30.
34-do-1858No.4, dated 4th May, 1858.The Deputy Commissioner, Panipat.The Commissioner, Delhi Division-do-Reply to Cir.No.13 of 13th March, 1858, submits a report-Effects of artificial irrigation on cotton crops and intimates the Practice followed in the Panipat District. 31-34
35-do-1858No.20, dated 7th May, 1858The Commissioner, Delhi DivisionThe Financial Commissioner, Punjab-do-In continuation of letter No.15, dated 28th April annexes a report from the Deputy Commissioner, Panipat regarding the culture of Cotton.35-36.
36Case No. 16 of 1858 1858No. 343, dated 4th May, 1858. The Secretary to Chief Commissioner, PunjabThe Commissioner, Delhi DivisionReward for services rendered by Raja LalForwards copy of No. 1580 of 23rd April ultimo from Government of India conveying the sanction of a pension of Rs. 10 per month and a donation of Rs. 200 to Raja Lal in acknowledgement of service rendered by him during the siege Delhi. 1-2.
37-do-1858 No. 127, dated 10th May, 1858The Commissioner, Delhi DivisionThe Deputy Commissioner, Delhi Division-do-Forwards copy of the above with its enclosure3-5.
381858No.208 A, dated 10th May, 1858. The Commissioner, Delhi.The Executive -Engineer , Delhi -do-Communicates a Government Sanction to the withdrawal of a pension and a donation of Rs.200/ to Raja Lal in acknowledgement of for good service.5-6.
39Case No. 17 of 1858 1858Cir.No.105, dated 26th April, 1858The Inspector of prisons Punjab.The Commissioner, Delhi, Division Sketchs & reports on jails in Delhi Division Calls for information on the subject of prison from District officers, Delhi Division.1-4.
40-do-1858Circular No. 33, dated 28th April, 1858The Commissioner, Delhi DivisionThe Deputy Commissioners, Delhi, Gurgaon and Panipat-do-Annexes a letter from the Inspector of Prisons & requires sketchs of their jails in his District & report on it, directs introduction of the Punjab system of management.5-8.
41-do-1858No.9, dated 8th May 1858The Deputy Commissioner, Panipat.The Commissioner, Delhi-do-Reply to Cir. No. 33 of 28th ulto forwards copy of a letter No.16 of the 7th May. Submitting a Sketch of the Jail Building with a report giving certain particulars respecting its strength.9-22.
42-do-1858 No. 199, dated 18th May, 1858The Deputy Commissioner, Delhi The Commissioner, Delhi Division-do-With reference to no.33 of 28th ulto forwards a plan of Delhi jail with a report on it and maps of Delhi Jail.23-26, 37-39.
43-do-1858No.220, dated 12th May 1858The Deputy Commissioner, Delhi -do-Forwards places of the Jail with all the perticulare required by the Inspector General of Prisions.27-30.
44-do-1858No.62, dated 13th May 1858The Officiating of civil Surgeon, DelhiThe Deputy Commissioner, Delhi-do-Report on ordinary mortaility amongs the prisnors confined in the Delhi Jail.31-36
45Case No. 18 of 1858 1858No. 64, dated 21st May, 1858The Deputy Commissioner GurgaonThe Commissioner, Delhi DivisionList of Lambardars who have absconded from their villages in District GurgaonForwards a list of absconded Lambardars1-7.
46Case No. 19 of 1858 1858No.147, dated 31st May, 1858The Deputy Commissioner, GurgaonThe Commissioner, DelhiList of pensioners in Gurgaon DistrictForwards copy of civil Auditor's Letters No.402 dated 11th May 1858 as enclosure to Letter No.67, dated 26th which was inadvertently omitted to be attached there to.1-4
47-do-1858 No. 74, dated 31st May, 1858The Deputy Commissioner, Gurgaon -do-Forwards list of pensioners who resided in the Gurgaon District when the rebellion broke out.5-18.
48Case No. 20 of 18581858No. 93 & 94, dated 7th May, 1858The Deputy Commissioner, DelhiThe Commissioner, Delhi Remission of revenue on account of damage done by British troopsSolicits santion to the remission of Rs.189-8/- in part balance in Mouza Mobarikpoor and Rs. 91-8/- in part balance in Mouza Moojahidpur Kotela Parganah Southern owing to damage done by our troops after the taking as Delhi.1-4.
49-do-1858No.21, dated 10th May, 1858The Commissioner and Superintendent , Delhi DivisionThe Financial Commissioner, Punjab-do-Recommends a remission of revenue in Mouzahs Mubarikpur and Mujahadpur in the Southern Parganah as propsed by Deputy Comissioner, Delhi.5-6.
50-do-1858No. 2649,dated 1st July, 1858The Financial Commissioner, PunjabThe Commissioner and Superintendent , Delhi Division-do-Forwards extract of letter from the Secretary to Chief Commissioner, Conveying sanction to a remission of revenue for Mauzahs Mubarikpur and Mujahadpur. 7-10.

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