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| 3 ] To be had of he Editor, 90, Shambazar Street, Calcutta. Messrs. Thacker, Spink & Co., Govt. Place, Calcutta. Messrs. S. C. Auddy & Co., 58, Wellington Street, Calcutta. Messrs. G. A. Natesan & Co., Sunkurama Chetty Street, Madras. OPINFONS. Sir Henry Cotton, K. C. s. 1., writes: “I have been read. ing with very great interest your life of your grandfather which you so kindly sent me. Among other things it is one of the best records of Calcutta life during its most interesting period that I have come across”. “I feel the greatest admiration for the general character of your grandfuther's writings and for the high moral tone and folitical insight they display. They amply confirm the impression I have always entertained of his ability and literary gifts and show how great was the loss Bengal sustained by his premature death.” Sir COOro0 Dass Banerje2 Kt, M.A, D.L, L.Sc., writes: “You have done well in presenting to the public an account of the life and writings of that distinguished scholar and journalist, who was one of the recognised leaders of educated Bengalee society and who was loved and respected by all his countrymen. Your book will, I am sure, be read with interest by everyone who has the welfare of Bengal at heart.” Raja Peary Mohun Mookerjee C.S.I., M.A., B.L. writes: “It is an ably written and thoroughly impartial sketch of his life. In narrating the incidents of his life you have given an account of the times, of the hopes and aspirations of young educated Indians, of the cordial treatment which they received