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Karens and the teak forests, 174
Kashmir State, the, 208, 209, 264,

270, 425, 441, 445, 453
Khandeish Collectorate Forests, 344
Khundava Forest, burning of, 29
Kumaun, annexation of, 193
Kumaun and Garhwal, Forest Conser-

vancy in, 498
Kumaun and Garhwal hill forests,

Webber's forest survey of, 501

L
Lahore District Rukhs and the fuel

supplies, 489
Lahore District Rukhs and the fuel

supplies, Brandis' and Cleghorn's

Memorandum on the, 492
Latter, Captain, appointed Superin-

tendent of the Terasserim teak

forests, 186, 206, 232
Licence system in Tenasserim, Gov-

ernment orders on, 180, 187
Licence system in Tenasserim teak

forests, appeal by timber contrac-
tors against resumption of licences,

180
Lower Provinces, forest operations

in, 514

M
Macedonia, clearance of forests from

mountains in, 31
Machonochie's Teak Syndicate in

Malabar, 68
Madras City fuel supplies, 310
Madras Forests, Memorandum on, by

Brandis and Cleghorn, 324
Madras fuel question, conservation

of the minor jungles for fuel sup-

plies, 313
Madras, financial results of Forest

Conservancy, 307
Madras Government and the Bombay

Conservatorship, 119
Madras, start of Forest Conservancy

Guthrie, Report on the Tenasserim

Forests, 177
Guzerat teak forests, 68, 108

H
Hamilton (General Douglas) ap-

pointed Superintendent of Anai-

malai Forests, 229
Hazara, Forest Conservancy in, 455
Hazara Forest Conservancy Rules,

276
Helfer deputed to inspect Tenasserim

teak forests, 66, 149
Himalaya, Eastern, forests of, 515
Himalayan Forests (Western), Long-

den's Report on, 208, 264, 404
Hindu Kush, forests on, 470
Hindustan-Tibet Road, construction

of, 272

History of India and influence on

forests, early, 17
Hooker, Dr., travels in Eastern

Himalaya, 515

I
India, early names of, 18
Indian Mutiny and its results, 295
Indus flotilla demands for fuel, 484
Indus, timber operations on, 464
Iron smelting in Western Himalaya,

271, 272
Ironworks of Western Himalaya and

the forestry question, 423

J
Java teak used in shipbuilding in

England, 172
Jhelum River, deodar and other

forests of, 271, 445
Jhuming (shifting cultivation) in

Bengal, 398
Jumna Canal plantations, 201

in, 219, 301
Mahomedans, advent of, into India,

20, 21
Mahomedans and forest destruction,

31
Malabar, Collector of, on the teak

forests, 73, 83, 88, 99, 101, 122
Malabar teak better than Tenasserim

teak, 170
Malabar teak, amounts extracted in

1799, 69

K
Kabul River, timber operations on,

469
Kaghan, Forests of, 271, 448, 449
Kangra and Kulu, forest revenue of,

42?
Kangra, Barnes' Settlement Report

of, 266
Kangra, forest rules for, 267

Nilumbur teak plantations, Minute

on, by Marquis of Tweeddale, 97
Nilumbur teak timber, 82
North-West Provinces, absence of

Conservancy in, 209
North-West Provinces and Oudh,

forest operations in, 497
North-West Provinces and timber

supplies about 1849, 201
North-West Provinces, appointment

of Forest Surveyors, 501
North-West Provinces, Brandis visits

forests, 500
North-West Provinces, Commission-

ers appointed ex-officio Conserva.
tors of Forests, 497

153, 168

Malabar teak forests, 63, 68, 70, 72,

74, 79, 81, 88, 89, 222, 305
Michael appointed Superintendent

Anaimalai Forests, 229
Maingy's (Commissioner) proposals

on exploiting Tenasserim teak

forests, 140
Mann, Mr. G., Assistant Conservator

in Bengal, 517
McClelland appointed Superinten-

dent of Pegu Forests, 206, 245
McClelland's Reports on Pegu Forests,

206, 245, 255, 261
Military Board, Bombay, and the

forests, 116, 117
Military Board, Burma, on forests,
Military Board, Madras, on the teak

forest question, 77,
Minor produce, collection of, in

Madras, 1843, 103
Mogul Emperors and planting of

chinar in Kashmir, 446
Mogul Empire, decline of, 25
Moulmein and a shipbuilding yard,

152, 154, 156, 160, 161, 170
Moulmein, teak trade from, 125, 145,

151, 171, 173, 190
Murree hill station, 273
Murree Hills, forests of, 459
Murree Sanatorium in 1862, 459
Mysore Forests, Buchanan's note on,

in 1800, 107
Mysore, organisation of a Forest De-

partment in, 323

O
Oak timber, failure of supplies of, for

Navy in England, 63, 142
O'Brien, Captain, appointed to re-

port on the Attaran Forests, 155
Ootacamund Eucalyptus Plantations,

307
Ootacamund fuel supply, 307
Oudh and its Government, 194
Oudh, annexation of, 1856 : 209
Oudh, forest land in, 1825: 194, 195
Oudh Forests, appointment of a Con-

servator of Forests, 510
Oudh Forests, financial results of

first three years' working, 512
Oudh Forests, First Annual Report,

1862: 510
Oudh Forests, operations in, 509
Oudh, position of, in 1816: 193

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Pabur and Tons Rivers, deodar and

other forests of, 406
Palghaut teak forests, 70, 85
Panch Mahals ceded by Scindia in

1860, 352
Panch Mahals Forests, protection of,

352
Pangi district deodar forests, deodar

obtained from, 270, 273, 433, 439
Pearson, Captain, appointed Con-

servator of Forests, Central Pro-

vinces, 395
Pearson's tours through Central

Provinces forests, 394, 396
Pegu Forest Rules, 256, 263
Pegu Forests, felling undersized trees,

253

Naini Tal, construction of road up to,

499
Naini Tal, discovered by Ramsay,

498
Naini Tal, sanatorium formed at, 498
Navy and teak timber supplies, 63, 69
Navy Board (English) and the

Tenasserim teak forests, 142
Navy Board (Indian) and Conserva-

torship, 65
Navy Board (Indian) and Malabar

teak forests, 72
Navy (Indian) and supply of large

teak timber, 78, 80
Nilgiri Hills fuel supplies, 307, 310
Nilumbur, Rajah of, 72, 90
Nilumbur teak plantations, 92, 105
Nilumbur teak plantations, Cleg-

horn's Report on, 303, 306

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Ramsay, Colonel, institutes Forest

Conservancy in Kumaun and Garb-

wal, 498
Rangoon Depôt formed, 381
Rangoon founded in 1775, 244
Rangoon teak trade, 171, 206, 244
Ravi River, deodar and other forests

on, 270, 423
Rawal Pindi District, Forest Con-

servancy work to be undertaken,

463
Rawal Pindi District, forests of, 461
Rawal Pindi District, selling price of

timber, 462
Rawal Pindi, Forest Rules for Dis.

trict, 274
Reafforestation of formerly occupied

or cultivated areas, 33
Ribbentrop, Forests of India, 39
Riparian Forest Zone, 55
Rukhs of Rawal Pindi District, 461
Rukhs of the Lahore District and the

fuel supply of the railways, 489
Rungeet, sâl forests of Great, 519

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245, 261

Pegu Forests, Government restric-

tions upon, after their annexation,

244
Pegu Forests, lease system introduced

in, 384
Pegu Forests, Lord Dalhousie's

Minute on management of, 206,

256–260
Pegu Forests, organisation of, by

Brandis, 367
Pegu Forests, proclaimed Govern-

ment property, 206, 244
Pegu Forests, protection and im-

provement of, 375
Pegu Forests, Rules for, 373
Pegu Province, Burma, annexation

of, 206, 244
Pegu teak forests, Reports on, 206,
Peshawar timber supplies, 470
Petroleum in Burma, Wallich on the,

143
Plantations in Madras, extension of,

312
Plantations of teak in Tenasserim,

239, 241
Plantations on Jumna Canal, 201
Portuguese in India, the, 22, 23
Punjab and timber supplies about

1849: 201
Punjab and Western Himalaya,

forest operations in, 264
Punjab, annexation of, 208
Punjab at time of Alexander the

Great, 30
Punjab, forest operations in, 404, 448
Punjab Frontier, description of tracts

beyond the, 464
Punjab Frontier, forest operations in

tracts beyond the, 464
Punjab Frontier, forests of, 448
Punjab, organisation of Forest De-

partment in, 405
Punjab Plains, fuel supply of, 483
Punjab Public Departments and

their demands for timber, 1861-64,

442
Punjab Railway Company's timber

supplies, 443

Sål, 45

Sâl compared with teak, 403
Sâl, distribution of, 45
Sâl forests, destruction of, in Gumsur,

322
Sâl forests, devastation of, in Upper

India, 196, 197
Sâl forests of Cuttack, 321, 322
Sål forests of Ganjam, 322
Sâl forests of Gumsur, 322, 323
Sâl forests of Northern Circars, 321
Sâl forests of Sambalpur, 322
Sâl forests of Terai (Bengal), 516, 519
Sal forests of the Bhabar, North-

West Provinces, 508
Sal forests of the North-West Pro-

vinces, Terai, acquisition of, 193
Sâl seed, easy germination of, 195
Sâl timber, Reports asked for on, in

Malabar and Travancore, 78
Salween teak forests, 126
Saw mill at Madhopur, Punjab, 431
Sealkote Cantonment, building of,265
Secretary of State on Burma Forests,

385
Secretary of State on Conservancy in

Bombay, 328, 349, 357, 359
Secretary of State on value of the

Indian Forests, 1862, 530
Sewaliks, bamboo forests of, 411
Shan States and teak supplies, 164

R
Races, early, of India, 18
Railway demands of fuel in Punjab,

483, 489
Rainfall characteristics, 12
Rajahmundry, Collector of, on the

teak forests, 68, 73, 77, 320

Shifting cultivation and malaria, 356
Shifting cultivation (Kumri), Madras,

120, 121, 222, 302
Shifting cultivation prohibited in

Bombay, 325
Sikh War and annexation of the

Punjab, 208
Sikkim (British), introduction of

Conservancy into, 515, 516
Sikkim Forests, 519
Simla and the formation of planta-

tions, 288
Simla fuel supplies, 209, 284
Simla fuel supplies, Cleghorn's Re-

port on, 476
Simla fuel supplies, Falconer's Re-

port on, 284
Sind Annual Forest Report, 1864-65,

365
Sind Forests, 209, 279, 360
Sind, fuel supply of, 483
Sind Railway Company, timber de-

mands of, 466
Sissoo plantation at Madhopur, 431
Stewart, Dr. J. L., appointed Con-

servator of Forests in the Punjab,

495
Surat, Timber Agency at, 108
Survey, suggested, of teak forests,

1839: 81
Sutlej River, deodar and other

forests of, 271, 409
Swat River and Valley, timber opera-

tions on, 466

T

Teak nurseries in Tenasserim, 164,

167, 169, 232, 241
Teak plantations in Bombay, forma-

tion of, 325
Teak plantations in Burma, 153
Teak seed, germination of, 93
Teak timber, amounts of, brought to

Moulmein, April, 1841, to April,

1842: 166
Teak timber for shipbuilding, 62
Teak timber, new tariff for, in

Madras, 98
Teak timber tariff in Tenasserim, 145
Teak timber trade in Madras in 1844 :

104, 106

Teak trade with Moulmein, 125, 145,

151
Teak trees in the Central Provinces,

402
Temple appointed Chief Commis-

sioner of newly formed Central

Provinces, 392
Tenasserim Forests, Brandis' work

in, 382
Tenasserim Province ceded to British,

65, 125
Tenasserim teak forests, 125
Tenasserim teak forests, devastation

of, 151, 153
Tenasserim teak forests, manage-

ment of, by Commissioner, 140,

144, 146, 153, 172, 177, 186
Tenasserim teak forests, Rules for,

141, 155, 163, 165, 167, 173, 176,

187
Tenasserim teak forests, Wallich's

Report on, 126, 143
Terai sâl forests of Bengal, 516, 519
The Indus (Upper) and steam fuel,

209, 278
Tidal Forest Zone, 56
Timber, demand for, in Bombay,

326
Tippoo Sahib and teak forests of

Southern India, 35, 63, 84
Tons River, deodar and other forests

of, 406
Toungya (shifting cultivation) in

Burma, 376
Travancore teak forests, 68, 70, 72,

73, 75, 305
Tree species, distribution of, in

India, 39
Tremenheere appointed Superinten-

dent of Forests in Tenasserim, 66,

153, 174
Tremenheere's Report on Tenasserim

Forests, 157

Taxing of timber in Madras, 318
Tea planting in the Western Hima-

laya, 505
Teak, 46, 47
Teak a "royal ” tree in Bombay, 78
Teak a

royal tree in Pegu, 206,
244
Teak declared a royal ” tree in

Madras, 64, 70
Teak declared a royal ” tree in

Tenasserim, 65
Teak, distribution of, 46, 47
Teak forests and introduction of the

licence system, 140, 146, 150, 169,

177, 236

Teak forests, Burma, 65, 125
Teak forests, devastation of, in

Madras, 71
Teak natural regeneration, absence

of, in Tenasserim Forests, 232, 233

Tropical forests, British Association

Report on, 214, 218
Turks and Indian trade, 22
Tweeddale, Lord, on the Nilumbur

teak plantations, 97

U
Upper India, population of, 196
Upper India, forests of, 66, 191, 194
Upper India, Forest Conservancy in,

208

Wallich's recommendations on the

Tenasserim Forests, 136, 138
Wallich's third Report, with sugges-

tions relative to Tenasserim teak
forests and natural regeneration of

teak, 1841, 162
Wallich visits forests of Upper India,

194
Waziristan and the Kurrum, timber

of, 473

V
Varnish tree, Wallich on the, 128, 167
Venetians and Indian trade, 22

Webber, Mr. T. W., appointed Forest

Surveyor in North-West Provinces,

501
Wellington fuel plantations, 308
Western nations and Indian trade,

20, 21, 22
Wood, Captain, appointed Conser-

vator of Forests, Oudh, 511
Wood oil from Burma, 143

W
Wallair teak forests, exploitment of,

106
Wallich deputed to inspect Tenas-

serim teak forests, 65, 125
Wallich on formation of teak planta-

tions, 137

X
Xylia dolabriformis, distribution of,
45, 47

Z
Zone without forests, 57

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