Gazetteers Of Dera Ghazi Khan District, Revised Edition 1893-97
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Babur II 1881-1920
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PREFACE‘ T0 THE FIRST EDITION. 1883-84.
The period ﬁxed by the Punjab Government for the compilation-
of the Gazetteer of the Province being limited to twelve months,
the Editor has not been able to prepare any original matter for
the present work; and his duties have been conﬁned to tln-owing
the already existing: material into shape, supplementing it as far
as possible h_v contributions obtained from District Ollieers, passing
the draft through the press, circulating it for revision, altering it
in accordance with the corrections and suggestions of revising
ofﬁcers, and printing and it=Ft|ing the tinal edition.
The material available in print for the Gn::eNnr of this :li.~:-
trict consisted of the Settlement, lteportn, and n draft (»'n.::-Herr
compiled betrreen 1870 and 18?-I by Mr. li'.Cunningl1a111,Barrister-
at-Lnvr. Notes on certain points have been supplied by District
Ollicers; vrhilc the report on the (‘eases of 1891 has been utilized.
Of the present volume, Section A of Ultt'tpi.0t' V (General Adminis-
tration), and the whole oi Chapter V I ('l‘o\vns), hare been for tho
most part supplied by the Deputy Commissioner; Section A of
Chapter III (Statistics of Population) has been tnlten from the
Census Report ; while here and there passages have been extracted
from Mr. t.'Iunningham’s compilation already referred to. But
with these exceptions, the great mass of the text has been taken
almost, it not quite verbally from Mr. 11‘ryer's Settlement Report;
of the district.
The draft edition oi tl1is'!-Fnreltccrluas been revised by Messrs.
Fryer, Gladstone and Deinie, and 11,1-' the Irrigation Depart-
ment so far as regards ttio c:_1nnls"ot the district. The Deputy
Commissioner is respon's'ii>le,jq1}.1lim_-épiiljling of vernacular names,
which has been ﬁxed thronghoi1t- ii): him in accordance vritb the
prescribed system of transliteratiom -
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