26_1309 1884
UNIDENTIFIED CORRESPONDENT

[1884]

Mr. Wilson's appointment to the Board of Revenue as Settlement and Agricultural Officer; papers will now be shelved for months; Madras agriculture; condition of government ryots appears to be as bad as that of Zemindaree ryots; the Government Farm and College of Madras have no appeal in England; Bengal Tenancy Bill and its dangers for the Ryots; if it fails to benefit the Ryots it will be impossible; suggests Mr. Gladstone may be committing an electioneering blunder in not supporting Lord Ripon's measures in India.
15p incomplete B.M. Add.MSS.45807.f.149

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