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A

Beddome, Colonel, in the Anaimalais,

229
Admiralty, British, and teak timber

Bengal, Anderson appointed Conser-
supplies, 63, 64, 69, 142

vator in, 515
Agency depôts in Bombay, abolish-
ment of, 337, 338

Bengal and Assam, no Forest Conser-

vancy in before 1860, 210
Agency to procure teak timber sup-

Bengal and timber supplies about
plies, 79, 80, 104, 105
Akbar and tree planting, 32,

1849, 201
Alexander the Great, expedition of,

Bengal, forest operations in, 514

Bengal Forests, Brandis' visit to, 514
19, 30, 445
Alexander the Great, position of

Bengal, proposed forest establish-
forests in north-west at time of, 30

ment for, 516

Bhutan, war declared against, 515
Alompra dynasty and the teak for-

Blackwood a royal tree in Bombay,78
ests, 206, 244

Blackwood, value of in Madras, 305
Alompra dynasty in Burma and the

Board of Revenue, Madras, and teak
Burmese teak forests, 35
Alpine forest zone, 50

forests, 72, 77, 80, 83, 85, 99, 106
Anaimalai teak forests, 106, 107, 223

Boat-building industry of Indus, 474
Anaimalai teak forests, working of,

Bombay, Annual Report of Forest

Department, 1862–3, 359
223-229
Andamans Forests, 48

Bombay, Bingham's reorganisation

proposals, 330
Anderson, Dr., appointed Conser-
vator of Forests, Bengaland Assam,

Bombay enquiry into teak resources,

78
514
Arabs and the Indian teak market,

Bombay forest tariffs, 122
1844, 104

Bombay Forests, Colonel Jervis's de-
Arabs and Indian trade, 21, 22

scription of their condition in 1843,
Aryans, advent of, into India, 18, 29

III-115

Bombay Government suggests ap-
Aryans and clearance of the forests, 29
Assam, no Forest Conservancy in,

pointment of a Conservator and

staff for forests, 117
before 1860, 210
Assam Forests, 518

Bombay, rules for protection of

forests, 327
Assam, forest operations in, 514
Attaran Forests, Brandis' work in, 379

Bombay, start of Forest Conservancy
Attaran teak forests, 130

in, 219, 320

Brandis and Pearson inspect forests
Auckland, Lord, on the teak forests

of Central Provinces, 396
of Madras, 89

Brandis appointed Inspector-General
Auckland, Lord, on the Tenasserim
teak forests, 149

of Forests, 396
Brandis appointed Superintendent of

Pegu teak forests, 207, 263
B

Brandis appointed to charge of Ten-
Babul plantations, how to form them, asserim and Martaban Forests, 206,
487

243, 263
Bannu District, sissoo forest of, 474 Brandis, Indian Trees, 39
Baspa Valley, forests of, 415

Brandis' work in Burma, 367

222

Bear River, deodar forests on, 265, Cinchona cultivation in Darjiling,
417

517
British Association, Report on Tropi- Cleghorn appointed Conservator of
cal Forests, 214-218

Forests, Madras, 219, 301
Burma Annual Forest Report, 1864-5: Cleghorn and Brandis appointed
390

Commissioners of Forests, 324
Burma teak forests, 65

Cleghorn deputed to Punjab, 324, 404
Bushahr, forests of, 410, 415

Cleghorn, on Indian Forests at British
Bushahr Forests, valuation survey, Association, 214-218
report of, by Brandis, 416

Cleghorn, on shifting cultivation in

Mysore, 1847: 107, 205

Cleghorn, Report on establishing
C

Forest Conservancy in Madras,
Canara, Collector of, on the teak

1856, 230

Cleghorn's work in Madras, 221, 301
forests, 73, 74, 75, 99, 101, 117,

Climate of India, II

Cochin teak forests, 305
Canara teak forests, 68, 79, 88, 305

Coimbatore teak forests, 106
Central India, condition of, in early
part of nineteenth century, 197

Commissary-General, Bombay, and
Central Indian Forests unexplored in

teak supplies, 78, 79

Communications in India in 1857,
1860, 392
Central Provinces, commencement of

297
forest administration in, 392

Conolly authorised to appoint a Sub-

Conservator of Forests, 91
Central Provinces, Annual Forest Re-

Conolly, Collector of Malabar, 88
port, 1863-4, 403
Central Provinces, area of forests in,

Conolly, suggested leasing teak for-

ests by Government, 88, 89
397
Central Provinces Forests in 1853,

Conolly's Rules for Forest Conser-

vancy, 91
Central Provinces Forests, aborigines

200

Conolly teak plantations at Nilum-
of, 398

bur, 92, 105, 304, 306

Conservator of Forests appointed in
Central Provinces Forests devastated

Madras, 1806: 64, 70
after Mutiny by unrestricted fell-
ings, 394

Conservatorship in Madras abolished

in 1823, 71
Central Provinces, organisation of
Forest Department, 393

Conservancy of Bombay and Madras

Forests, 81
Chamba, capital of the State, 270
Chamba Forests, 270, 426, 434

Court of Directors and enquiries

about teak timber, 63, 65, 69
Chamba Forests, labour force em-

Court of Directors and the forestry
ployed in, 435
Chamba State, timber supplies from,

question in Madras and Bombay,
272, 426

Court of Directors on Tenasserim
Charter of East India Company, 24
Charter of Indian Forests, 206, 256

Forests, 168

Court of Directors on the Licence
260
Chatter Menon appointed to Nilum-

system in the Tenasserim teak
bur teak plantations, 96

forests, 185, 188
Chatter Menon's work at Nilumbur,

304
Chenab and Ravi Agencies united,427

D
Chenab Timber Agency, 264, 272. 434
Chenab River, deodar and other Dalhousie, Lord, Memorandum on
forests of, 270, 432

Forest Policy, 1855, 206, 256–260
Chir forests of the Western Hima- Dehra Dun (Deyra Doon), sál and
laya, 507

sissoo forests of, 1825, 195
Chir forests of the North-West Pro- Denudation of forests, effects of,
vinces, first attempt to work them,

climate, 325
507

Deodar, 51, 264

86, 90

Deodar, distribution of, 51
Deodar timber, quality of, from

Pangi, 433
Deodar timber, quality of Indus,

Swat, and Kabul Rivers, 471
Dhya (shifting cultivation) in the

Central Provinces, 398
Drift timber and its salvage, 172, 430
Dutch in India, the, 22, 23

E
East India Company, disappearance

of, 299
Egypt, trade of ancient, with India,

20

Elephants, commissariat, employ-

ment of, in forests, 159
Empress of India, Queen Victoria

proclaimed, 299
English, advent of, into India, 23
English and French in India, 23, 26–

28

Forestry Commission of Survey, 1806,

70
Forestry Department organised in

Madras, 303
Forestry Joint Commission appointed

about 1800, 63, 64
Forests, character and distribution of,

39
Forests, destruction of, in Bombay,

78
Forests, influence of waves of inva-

sion and immigration upon the,

29
Forests, ownership of, on advent of

British, 35
Forests, position of, on advent of

British, 34
Forests regarded as inexhaustible, 61
Forests, treatment of, in early British

times, 35
Forsyth, Lieutenant, appointed to

Central Provinces Forest Depart-

ment, 395
Forsyth's descriptions of forests of

Central Provinces, 398
French in India, 23

English, conquest of India by, 23,

25-28
Establishments, Forest, for Bengal,

516, 518
Establishments, Forest, in Bombay,

326, 330, 336
Evergreen Forest Zone, 41

F
Falconer deputed to inspect the

Tenasserim teak forests, 66
Falconer's recommendations on Ten-

asserim teak forests, 242
Falconer's Report on the Tenasserim

teak forests, 205, 231
Falconer's Report on Simla fuel sup-

plies, 284
Floating of logs, time taken to reach

depôt, 431, 436
Forest Conservancy in Southern

India, 205
Forest denudation and effect on the

climate, 120
Forest Department placed under

Public Works Department, reasons

G
Gamble, Manual of Indian Timbers,

39
Genoese and Indian trade, 22
Geographical description of India, 3
Geology of India, 13
Gibson appointed Conservator of

Forests in Bombay, 65, 118, 205,

219
Gibson appointed " Interim Conser-

vator," Bombay, 117
Gibson, Report on Bombay Forests,

1840-41 : 78, 111, 115
Gibson's work in Bombay, 220, 305
Girdling teak trees, 74, 155, 228
Giri River, forests on the, 406
Godavari timber forests, 320
Government of India and rules for

protection of forests, 123
Government of India and the corre-
spondence

on teak forests in
Madras, 99
Government of India on the value of

the Indian Forests. Despatch of

November 1, 1862 : 522
Greeks, advent of, into India, 18
Gurkhas and the British, first meet-

ing of, 191
Guthrie appointed Superintendent of

Forests in Tenasserim, 66, 176

for, 521

Forest devastation, effects of, on

Indian climate and rainfall, 210-

214
Forest policy, absence of British, in

early days in India, 37
Forest policy, first stages in develop-

ment of a, 61, 205

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