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[ 11 ) Grish Chunder Ghose who was the founder and first editor of. “the Bengalee" newspaper.” The Indian Daily News writes “Selections from the writings of Grish Chunder Ghose edited by his grandson M. Ghosh, M.A., is a book of great interest. * * Apart from the literary merit of the extracts, which is great, they are strikingly modern". “The Indian Review" (Madras) says: “He (Grish Ch. Ghose) was perhaps the first great journalist of India. A prolific writer on a variety of subjects his works bear throughout the stamp of his own individuality. * * Grish Chunder's forte lay in “descriptive and sensational writing, brilliant, dashing, witty and sometimes humorous, falling on his victims like a sledge-hammer.” He had a wonderful power of word. painting. His contributions to the Calcutta Monthly Review are particularly conspicuous and bear the hall mark of his peculiar genius. He was in fact the founder and father of modern journalism in India. We are sure that these two volumes—the Selections and the Memoir—will be a valuable addition to the library of all interested in Indian journalism. They have besides a great historic value. They portray the period in vivid word pictures and the India of the days of Grish Chunder is atonce apprehended in all its manifold aspects. The devoted grandson of the great journalist has spared no pains to make the volumes in every way worthy of the distinguished subject of the volumes.” The India (London) says: Memories of Calcutta journa. lism in its early days are revived by the life of Grish Chunder Ghose, the founder and first editor of two lea'ng Indian papers “The Hindoo Patriot” and “the Bengalee * * Grish Chunder was a member of a well-known Calcutta family and belonged to a group of talented young men who in the middle