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Record Holdings Lucknow
Collectorate Records Almora
Bulk 15 Volumes
Covering Period 1839 -1857
 
Some Significant Document -
Miscellaneous letters received 1839, Vol No-I Circular from registrar to the senior assistant of Kumaun, dated 31, 1839 transmitting Government instructions to give practical effect throughout these provinces to the Act XXIX of 1837, which authorize the introduction of vernacular language in lieu of Persian in the conduct of public business.
Miscellaneous letters received 1840, Vol No-I Letter from Commissioner of Agra Division to the Commissioner of Kumaun division dated July 8, 1840 regarding establishment of schools in Kumaun.
Miscellaneous letters received 1842- Vol No-I Letter from Secretary to Government N.W.P. to the Commissioner of Kumaun division dated May 14, 1842 transmitting Government sanctions on the establishment of vernacular schools at Kumaun and Garhwal.
Miscellaneous letters received 1843- Vol No-I Letter from Secretary to Suddar Board of Revenue N.W.P.1843 transmitting Government sanctions and confirmations on the twenty years settlement of the Garhwal.
Miscellaneous letters received 1842- Vol No-I Letter from Secretary to Government N.W.P. to the Suddar Board of Revenue N.W.P. dated December 31, 1842 forwarding settlement report of the Garhwal district.
Miscellaneous letters received 1845- Vol No-2 Extract para of a letter from Secretary to Government of India to the secretary, Government of N.W.P.dated September 20, 1845 regarding question of granting sannads to the Rawals of the three great temples of Badrinath, Kedarnath and Gopeshwar.
Miscellaneous letters received 1845- Vol No-2 Letter from Secretary to Government, N.W.P. to the Collector and Magistrate of Kumaun, dated June 9, 1845 giving observation on the vernacular education in the district entrusted to their charge with a return of particulars in the form annexed.
Miscellaneous letters received 1856- Vol No-IV Letter from Secretary to Government, N.W.P. to the Director of Public Information dated December 29, 1856 regarding three female schools established in Mainpuri district stating that 32 daughters of respectable Mohammedan families having entered a school is to be regarded as of much interest and value.
Miscellaneous letters received 1850- Vol No-V Letter from Superintendent to the senior Assistant Commissioner of Kumaun dated June 17, 1850 regarding utilization of river Gola for the purpose of irrigation.
Miscellaneous letters received 1815- Vol No-VI Draft of the treaty of 1815 between Hon'ble the East India Company and the Raja of Nepal.
Collectorate Records Etawah
Bulk 64 Files
Covering Period 1856 - 1862
Brief description Mutiny Records
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