Speeches and published resolutions of Lord Ripon, Viceroy of India, from June 1880 to May 1882.
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Speeches and published resolutions of Lord Ripon, Viceroy of India, from June 1880 to May 1882. Edited by Ram Chandra Palit. by Ripon, George Frederick Samuel Robinson Marquess of

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Published by Printed by V.W. Thomas, Baptist Mission Press in Calcutta .
Written in English

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ContributionsRam Chandra Palit,
LC ClassificationsDS479.6 A5 1882
The Physical Object
Number of Pages28891
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Open LibraryOL20891370M

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  Complete authority over all of British India was granted in and the official became known as the Governor-General of India. The position of Viceroy of India was introduced in after the British C rown took over the administration from the East India company in the same year in the wake of the worst rebellion called Sepoy Mutiny of   Organished the Statistical Survey of India. Was the only Viceroy to be murdered in office by a Pathan convict in the Andamans in Lord Northbrook () Lord Lytton () Known as the Viceroy of reverse characters. Organished the Grand ‘Delhi Durbar’ in to decorate Queen Victoria with the title of ‘Kaiser-I-Hind’.   Lord Ripon, KG, GCSI,(October – July ), was a popular viceroy of India and he achieved success as a good and humane administrator through introduction of various reforms, taking into account the welfare of the natives and thei r direct participation in a democratic institution. Victor Alexander Bruce, 9th Earl of Elgin, 13th Earl of Kincardine, KG, GCSI, GCIE, PC (16 May – 18 January ), known as Lord Bruce until , was a right-wing British Liberal politician who served as Viceroy of India from to He was appointed by Prime Minister Arthur Balfour to hold an investigative enquiry into the conduct of the Boer War in to Children: 12, including Edward Bruce, 10th Earl of Elgin.

  Lord Canning () The most significant event during his administration was the outbreak of the Sepoy Revolt of He suppressed it and the Parliamentary Act of By the Proclamation of the Queen, the East India Company’s rule ended and the Crown of England took over the government of India. Though he meted out. 8 June Vernacular Press Act, ; Second Anglo-Afghan War, (–80) 1st Delhi Durbar out of 3; Queen Victoria assuming the title of 'Empress of India' The Marquess of Ripon (–) 8 June 13 December First Factory Act () Negotiable Instruments Act () Repeal of the Vernacular Press Act () Ilbert Bill (). Lord Lytton () In Treaty with Kalat took place and famine took place in Deccan. Imperial Darbar in to mark the assumption of the title of Empress of India by Queen Victoria. Proposed to constitute Imperial Privy Council comprising of princes. Vernacular Act passed in , Arms Act repealed and Factory Act was finalized. George Frederick Samuel Robinson, 1st marquess of Ripon, in full George Frederick Samuel Robinson, 1st marquess of Ripon, 2nd earl of Ripon, Viscount Goderich of Nocton, (born Oct. 24, , London, Eng.—died July 9, , Studley Royal, near Ripon, Yorkshire), British statesman who in more than 50 years of public service occupied important cabinet posts and served as viceroy of India.