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[ 4 | at the hands of official superiors, of the history of journalism and of the growth of some of the educational and political institutions which I find very interesting. The late Raj A. Mitra Bahadoor, the Home Minister of the Jammu and Kashmir State wrote: “I have read the Biography with greatest interest. The writings of your grandfather show his versatile genius, thorough mastery of idiomatic English and broad-minded views of rare character. The books published by you will, I am sure, be appreciated all over India and will serve as a stimulus to the present and future generations of journalists and writers of English in India.” The Hon'ble Mr. Surendra Nath Banerjea, writes in the Bengalee “The biography which is before us is the record of a noble life, devoted to the service of the Government and that of his country. Work was the motto of Grish Chunder's life; and if he had been spared, for he died at the early age of forty, there were vast potentialities of usefulness before him which lay unfulfilled. In his public as well as in his private life he exhibited those qualities of amiability combined with strength and of unselfish devotion which are the crowning attributes of individuals and communities. The memory of such a man needs to be preserved as a precious treasure of the nation. We know of no memorial that has been raised in his honor. But his work will live, and this Biographical sketch which is before us will remind the present generation of the golden qualities of one who toiled for them but who, cut off in the prime of life, was not destined to reap the fruits of his labotez.”

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“BABU MANMATHA NATH GHOSH, M.A., grandson of the late Babu Grish Chunder Ghose, the founder and first Editor