Banerjva, Rev. Krishna Mohan (male) 1813 - 05/11/1885 Indian

    Brahmin, editor of the Inquirer, an English language newspaper; convert to Christianity; ordained cleric. See Robert Hunter, History of the Missions of the Free Church of Scotland in India and Africa (Edinburgh: T. Nelson and Sons, 1873) 64-69.

    Dutt, Govind Chundra (male) 1827 Indian

    Bengali English scholar and poet; spent some years in England, Italy, and France; deputy magistrate in Rampore.

    Luxumonjee, Gunput (male) Indian

    Educated at Elphinstone Institution; in May 1841 wrote a competition essay contest “On the Promotion of Domestic Reforms Among the Natives of India.” See Bimanbehari Mujamdar, History of Indian Social and Political Ideals (1967): 150.

    Mitter, Peary Chand (male) ? - 1884 Indian

    Attended the Hindu College; Secretary to the Calcutta Public Library; a frequent contributor to the Calcutta Review; wrote light works of literature in Bengali; a Justice of the Peace and Honorary Magistrate.

    Mittra, Kissory Chand. (male) 05/26/1822 - 08/06/1873 Indian

    Attended Hindoo College; contributed to Bengal Spectator, Bengal Hurkaru, and Calcutta Review; founded Hindoo Theophilanthropic Society; Deputy Magistracy of Nattore. See "Kissory Chand Mittra," Calcutta Review January 1907: 229-252.

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