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r উপসংহার । 9à 9 1 site of the Black Hole pave with polished black marble, and surrounded with a neat iroh railing, and finally, I placed a black marble tablet with an ińscription above it, explaining the memorable and?- هيثم historic nature of the site that lies below. I do not know if cold weather visitors to Calcutta, or even the residents of the city itself, have yet found out the existence of these memorials. But I venture to think that they are a permanent and valuable addition to the possessions and sights of the Capital of British rule in India. At the same time I proceeded to look into the question of the almost forgotten monument of Holwell. I found a number of illustrations and descriptions of it in the writings of the period, and though these did not in every case precisely tally With each other, yet they left no doubt whatever as to the general character of monument, which consisted of a small pillar or obelisk rising from an octagonal pedestal, on the two main faces of which were inscriptions written by Holwell, with the Jaames of a number of the slain. Holwell's monument was built of brick covered Over with plaster, like all the monuments of the period in the old Calcutta cemeteries; and I expect that it must have been crumbling when it was taken down in عربی IS2 I, for I have seen a print in which it was represented with a great crack running down the side from the top to the base, as though it had been t)