1 edition of Regulations and orders for the Medical Department, H.M."s forces in the Bengal Presidency found in the catalog.
by Office of the Superintendent of Government Printing in Calcutta
Written in English
Spine title: Regulations for the Medical Department, H.M."s forces, Bengal.
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|Number of Pages||403|
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An answer to the anonymous remarks on a letter from Warren Hastings, Esq. to the Court of Directors (Book) Regulations relating to the Examination of Engineers for Colonial Certificates of Competency, under Act VII, by Bengal (India) (Book). The volume was compiled from official sources and from details supplied by the officers themselves and is supplemented by eleven useful appendices.
It is an essential source of information to supplement Major Hodson’s four volumes, Officers of the Bengal Army Applications in prescribed form for Medical / Para-Medical Studies i.e. (1) B.H.M.S.(2) published in the Notice Board of the Health & Family Welfare Department in the Additional Secretariat Building as well as in the Notice Board of the Directorate of Health Services (MI).
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Fig. 74 is from a picture of H.M.S. Lion, engaging the French ship Elisabethe, on July 9th. Bengal Horse Artillery—Incidents of the journey—New Friends 6: Under the regulations then in force, leave, except on medical certificate, could only be obtained once during the whole of an officer's service, and ten years had to be spent in India before that leave could be taken.
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