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Buildings and Communications, pro-

gress in, 518
Burckhardt, Forest Director, Han-

over, 54, 71
Burdwan Division, forests of, 383
Burma, blasting operations in

streams, 197
Burma, Brandis' management of

forests attacked, 181
Burma, division of the forests, 201
Burma, Financial Results of forests,

192, 199
Burma, financial statement of forests,

1868-9 and 1869–70, 213
Burma Forest Reports, 1868-9, 1869–

70, by Seaton, 201, 213
Burma, Forest Staff in 1868 and

1870, 200, 214
Burma, progress of Conservancy in,

1865–70, 181
Burma, progress of forest demarca-

tion, 186, 191, 194, 201, 203
Burma, proposal to revert to license

system, 181
Burma, results of teak operations

between 1856–7 and 1867–8, 198
Burma, rights of villagers to forest

produce, 205
Burma, teak plantation in, 191, 195,

196, 197, 200, 206, 209, 565, 567
Burma, the license holders in the

Attaran Forests, 187-191
Burma, timber station at Kaddo, 186
Burma, toungya cultivation in, 201
Burma, Upper and Lower, united

into a province, 1897, 454
Burma, Upper, annexed, 1886, 454
Burma, Upper, Forest Regulation

VI of, 1887 and 1898, 474,
Burma, Upper, settlement of method

of exploiting the teak forests, 512
Burma, yield of teak timber, 192, 199
Burmese War, the third, 1885, 453
Bushahr State Forests, lease of, 256

Central Provinces, destruction of the

teak forests in, 222
Central Provinces, division of forests

in, 227, 231, 234
Central Provinces,“ dhya ” cultiva-

tion in, 221
Central Provinces, effect of advent

of railway on the forests, 246
Central Provinces, exploration of

forests and settlement work, 216,

241
Central Provinces, financial results,

229, 231, 243, 249
Central Provinces, fire protection

commenced in, 223, 242, 248
Central Provinces, Forest Report for

1864-5, 225
Central Provinces, Forest Staff of,

235
Central Provinces, population of, 216
Central Provinces, progress of ad-

ministration in 1865–70, 215, 246
Central Provinces, reorganisation of

Department, 226
Central Provinces, surveys of forests

commenced, 241
Central Provinces, teak plantations

in, 230, 240, 248, 250, 564
Central Provinces, unreserved forests

in, 243, 251
Chakrata and Deoban Hill Forests,

335, 338
Chakrata Cantonment, wood for

building the, 335, 338
Chamba deodar forests, estimated

deodar supplies from, in 1866, 264-

270, 272
Chamba State Forests, lease of, 255
Chittagong District and Hill Tracts

Forests, 403, 423, 432--442
Chittagong teak plantation at Kap-
Chota Nagpur Division, forests of

the, 391
Cinchona, cultivation of, 118, 196,

371, 375
Circle, a Conservator's charge, 486
Cleghorn and the Punjab Forests, 7
Cleghorn and the Punjab Himalayan

Forests, 255
Cleghorn and training of forest pro-

bationers, 69, 72, 74
Cleghorn, Dr., the Founder of Forest

Conservancy in India, 7
Cleghorn, officiating Inspector-

General of Forests, 228
Coimbatore and provision of fuel, 99
Commissioners of Forests, Brandis

and Cleghorn appointed, 7

tai, 572

C
Cachar District, forests of, 398
Canal plantations, 286, 307
Casuarina plantations in Madras, 93,

95, 564, 567
Census of India, the first general,

1881, 451
Central Provinces, absence of com-

munications in the 'sixties, 221
Central Provinces, arboriculture in,

248
Central Provir es, demarcation work
in, 235, 240, 241

II.-2 S

Dufferin, Earl of, Viceroy and

Governor-General, 452
Dun, Dehra, Reports of Forests in

the, 299, 306, 330
Durbar at Delhi, for proclamation

of Queen-Empress, 1877, 447

E

Communications and Buildings, pro-

gress in, 518
Conolly teak plantations, progress

of, 112, 563, 566
Conservators, work and powers of,

496
Cooper's Hill Engineering College,

inauguration of training of pro-

bationers at, 500
Coorg, progress of forest administra-

tion, 123
Coorg, Reports on forests of, 129
Cotes, Mr. E. C., Economic Entomo-

logist at Indian Museum, Cal-

cutta, 609
Creeper cutting in Oudh Forests, 354,

363
Creepers in the Indian Forests, 561
Cryptomeria Japonica in Darjiling,

377
Cuttack, forests in Tributary Mehals,

387

D

Eardley Wilmot, Mr. (now Sir S.),

604, 607
Eardley Wilmot on the Oudh Forests,

367
Edinburgh University, training of

probationers at, 1866, 49, 52
Education, progress of Forestry, 498
Elephants, capture of, by Khedda

Department, 229
Elephants, suggested breeding estab-

Dacca Division, forests of the, 395
Dacca, the city of, in 1870, 432
Dalzell, Conservator, in Bombay,

135, 137, 146, 152, 169
Darjiling District, forests of, 378, 405
Darjiling_municipality and Goom

Pahar Forests, 376, 422
Davis, Mr., first appointment to

Bengal Forests, 418
Demarcation and exploring of forests,

arduous nature of work of, 193
Demarcation of forests in India, 478
Deodar, excess fellings of, in the

Chenab Forests, 276
Deodar, growth of, 337, 343
Deodar plantations, 262, 272, 277
Deodar plantations in the Western

Himalaya, 570
Deodar, price of, in Punjab in 1866,

etc., 267, 273, 280
Deodar, seeding of, 277
Departmental working in the North-

West Provinces Forests, Brandis

on 313, 363
“ Dhya cultivation in the Central

Provinces, 221
"Dhya” cultivation in the North-

West Provinces, 298
District Boards, formation of, 451
Divisions, Forest, staff of, 497
Doveton, Lieutenant, Forest Officer

in the Central Provinces, 224, 242,
246, 248

lishment in Madras, 117
Elgin, Earl of, Viceroy and Governor-

General, 458
Erosion, effects of protection on, 555-

559
Erosion following destruction of

forests, 533, 537, 555-559
Establishments in the Forest Depart-

ment, 1864-8, cost of, 19
Examination, entrance, for forest

probationers, 502
Executive Forest Officers, formation

of service of, 79
Executive Forest Officers, pay of, 80
Executive forest staff in Burma,

1870, 209
Executive or Subordinate Service,

organization of, 493-495
Executive staff, training of, 83, 86,

87, 169, 237, 504
Expenditure, extraordinary, by the

Forest Department, Governor-

General's Memorandum on, 22-26
Exploitation methods in Indian

Forests, 510
Exploitation, scientific methods of,

517
Exploitation, regulation in methods

of, 515

F
Famine in Chota Nagpur, 1865-7, 5
Famine in the Ganjam district of

Madras, 1865–7, 5
Famine of 1899-1900, 460
Famine of 1876–8 in Madras, Bom-

bay, Central Provinces, and North-
West Provinces, 447, 459

48

Famine of 1896–7 in the North-West France, pine plantations in the

Provinces, Central Provinces, and Landes, 98
Punjab, 459

France, training of probationers in,
Famine, the Orissa, 1865-67, 5
Felling in forests, destructive, 533 Frontier wars, Hunza and Nagar and
Ficus elastica forests in the Darrang Manipur, 457
District, 424

Fuel and cow-dung in Madras, 93
Ficus elastica plantation at Charduar, Fuel plantations in Madras, 93, 563

573
Financial reform measure of Lord
Mayo, 7

G
Financial Results of the Forests,

Gamble, C.I.E., F.R.S., Mr. J.
1864-99, 530

Sykes, Conservator of Forests,
Financial year, Forest Reports to be
drafted for, 1865, 355

appointed to charge of Dehra Dun

School, 507
Fire protection in Indian Forests,

Gamble, Mr. J. Sykes, 601, 602, 606
116, 224, 242, 248, 293, 295, 319, Garhwal, forests of, 292, 302, 306, 317
359, 361, 370, 533, 539-547

Girdling trees in the forests, corre-
Fire protection, nature of work, 544

spondence on, 26, 90, 336
Fire protection, opposition to, 224,539 Goalpara sâl forests, 1869, 421
Fisher, Mr. W. R., Conservator of

Gorakhpur Forests, contents and
Forests and Assistant Professor of

division of (1866), 295
Forestry, Cooper's Hill, 501, 505

Gorakhpur Forests, position in, 1921,
Floating possibilities of Himalayan

295
rivers, 301, 343

Gorakhpur Forests, Webber's Report
Forest charges, area of, in India, 1869,

on (1865), 294
79
Forest Conservancy, progress of,

Grazing in the forests, efforts to

regulate, 306, 309, 355, 359, 361,
between 1871-1900, 443

526, 533, 537, 547-555
Forest Officer, position in district of

Guards, Forest, pay of, 82, 486
divisional, 497

Gumsur sâl forests, 115
Forest Officers, facilities for study

Gurkha War and the Nepal Forests,
in continental forests, 45, 169

295
Forest Officers, training of French
and German, 50, 55

H
Forest organisation in India, 1864- Haines, Mr. H. H., 606

70, 3
Forest Reports, method on which

Hazara Forest Rules, 468
to be drafted, 1868, 364

Hazaribagh, forests of, 393
Foresters, Scots, appointed to sub-

Himalayan Forests, opening out
ordinate service, 1866–7, 44, 230

communications in, 346, 351
Forestry, practical

at

Historical position of India, 1871–
Cooper's Hill, 503

1900, 445
Forests, British, 47, 48

Historical review of period, 1864–70,
Forests, distribution of “settled 407
forests in 1900, 474

Holderness,

Sir

Thomas, Bart.,

G.C.B., visits Siwalik Forests with
Forests, expenditure on administra-
tion of, 1870, 37

Inspector-General, 557, 611
Forests, Indian, regeneration of, 47

Holkar, suggested lease of forests of,
Forsyth, Captain, Forest Officer, in 233
the Central Provinces, 215, 224,

I
246
Forsyth, on the distribution of the Improvement fellings, 576

fauna in the Central Provinces, Improvement of the forest crops,
219

575-591
Forsyth, on the distribution of the Indian Forester, The, a magazine
tree in th tral Provinces, founded by Schlich in 1875, 602

Indians and the Bombay Forest
France, forests of, 47, 52, 79, 80 Department, 169

courses

217

446

I21

-

Indians, employment of, in forest Leeds, Mr. H., appointed Conservator
service, 31, 77, 508

in Bengal, 411
Inga dulcis, planting of, in Madras, License system and waste, 511
95, 97

List, first classification, of superior
Inspector-General of Forests, officers Forest Officers, 30
filling post of, to 1900, 462

Literature and Research, Forest, in
Inspector-General, permission to India, 601-611

corresp direct with Conserva- Lumbering in Assam Forests, 428
tors, 40, 160

Lushai Hills, forests of, 403, 432
Inspector-General of Forests, work Lytton, Lord, Governor - General,

and powers of, 495
Inspectors-General of Forests, an
appreciation of three, 612

M
J

Madras, attempt at fire protection in

the Anaimalais, 224
Jaloun District Forests, 298, 306, Madras, attitude of Collectors
346, 348

towards Conservancy, 101, 107,
Jaunsar-Barwar, classification of
forests of, 337, 339

Madras, conservation of scrub forests
Jaunsar-Barwar Forests, the, 335 for provision of fuel in, 97, 98
Jaunsar-Barwar Forests, suggested Madras, demarcation of forests in,
rules for, 338

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109
Jhansi District Forests, Reports on, Madras, departmental working in,
296, 306, 346

Madras, financial results of forests,
K

1869-70, 120
Kashmir, forests of, 261

Madras, fire in the Anaimalai Forests,
Kashmir, suggested lease of forests

116
of, 263

Madras Forests, division of, in the
Khandeish, forest policy in, 137, 138

'sixties, 91
Kheddah or Elephant-catching De-

Madras, fuel plantations in, 93, 115,
partment, the, 432

121, 563
" Kheel' or shifting cultivation in Madras, inefficiency of establish-
Himalaya, 334

ments in, 121
Kulsi teak plantation, 573

Madras, Jungle Conservancy branch
Kumaun, forests of, 292, 302, 306, 316

Madras, Manual of Forest Operations,

the first, 90
L

Madras, minor products of forests,
Lace, Mr. J. H., 600, 606
Lahul, Forest Conservancy in, 270 Madras, Progress of Forest Adminis-
Lalitpur Forests, Reports on, 297,

tration in 1865-70, 90
306, 346, 348

Madras, railways and fuel supplies,
Lansdowne, Marquess of, Viceroy and

99, 105, 108
Governor-General, 456

Madras, training of probationers for,
Lawrence

(Sir John, afterwards 49
Lord), Governor-General, 4, 466 Magistrates and forest offences, 534,
Laws, Forest, 467

536
Laydeker, Monsieur, and training of Mahogany plantations in Bengal, 410

probationers in France, 48, 54 Malaria and “kumri” cultivation,
Leases of forests from private owners, 166–69

importance of obtaining, 301, 302 Manbhum, forest of, 391, 394
Leather, Dr. Walter, appointed Mann, Mr. G., Assistant Conservator
Agricultural Chemist, 608

in Bengal, 371
Leeds advocates forming teak planta- Mann, Mr. G., inspection of forests
tions in Burma, 195, 196

in Bengal, by, 405, 425
Leeds, Conservator in Burma, sug. Mayo, Lord, financial reform measure

gests return to license system, 181 of, 7, 445, 447

in, 107

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.

Mayo, Lord, Governor-General, 4, 7, North-West Provinces, "dhya "
445

cultivation by Sahariyas in, 298
Medical examination for

pro-

North-West Provinces, financial re-
bationers, 50

sults of forests, 305, 349
Melghat Forest Reserve, selection and North-West Provinces, Forest Report
demarcation of, 253

for 1866–7, 305
Minor produce, yield of, from forests, North-West Provinces, Forest Report
523-530

for 1869–70, 349
Muir, Sir William, reviews North- North-West Provinces, forests of the

West Provinces Forest Report for Bhabar, 292
1867-8, 309

North-West Provinces, introduction
Museum, Calcutta, help in research of fire protection, 296
work from the, 609

North-West Provinces, progress of
Mysore, demarcation of forests in, Conservancy in, 292, 349
127, 130

North-West Provinces, provision of
Mysore, description of forests in, 125 sleepers for railways, 309, 311, 314,
Mysore, division of forests in, 124 351
Mysore Forests, returned to Mahara- North-West Provinces, Reports on
jah, 451

forest of Kumaun and Garhwal,
Mysore, progress of forest adminis-

292, 302, 316
tration in, 1865–70, 123

Nuddea Division, forests of, 386
Mysore, minor products in, 132
Mysore, Report on forests of, for
1868-9, 130

O
Mysore, sandal wood in, 131

Offences in forests, 534
Mysore State, Rendition of, to the

Ootacamund,“ sholas” of, 118
Maharajah, 451

Organisation of forest staff, 485, 487
Oudh, communications in forests, 356

Oudh, demarcation of forests in, 353,
N

357, 358, 365
Nancy, Ecole Impériale Forestière, Oudh, division of forests in, 357, 362

and Franco-Prussian War, 69, 72 Oudh, fellings in sâl forests, 354
Nancy, French Forest School at, 50 Oudh Forest Report of 1865-6, 353
Nancy, training of probationers at, Oudh Forest Report for 1867–8, 357
50, 54, 69, 499

Oudh Forest Report for 1869–70, 365
Natives of India, eligible for superior Oudh, Forest Rules in, 359
grades, 31, 77

Oudh Forests, sâl timber from, 313
Nanquette, Monsieur, Director of

Oudh, Forest Staff in, 356
Nancy Forest School, 54, 76 Oudh, fuel requirements of people,
Nellore District, provision of fuel in, 359
95

Oudh, progress of Conservancy in
Nepal Forests, 295

1865–70, 353
Nilgiri plantations, 115, 567

Oudh, reservation of forests in, 353
Nilumbur teak plantations, 112, 563, Oudh, rights in the forests, 355, 358,
566

366
Northbrook, Lord, Governor-General,

Oudh, works of improvement in the
446

forests, 353
North-West Provinces, appointment
of Conservator necessary, 304

P
North-West Provinces, canal planta-
tions of, 307

Padouk, Andamans, trade in, 513
North-West Provinces, checking of Palamow, sål forests of, 391, 424
grazing, 306, 309

Patli Dun, forests of the, 317-321
North-West Provinces, Commis- Patna Division, forests of, 381

sioners acting as Conservators, 292 Pearson, Captain, Conservator in the
North-West Provinces, demarcation Central Provinces, 215, 230, 239,
of forests in, 306

46, 248, 252
North-West Provinces, destruction of Pearson, Colonel, the Father of the
forests in, 294, 297

Service in 1922, 499

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