My Three Schemes. NATHBANDHU- have succeeded in bringing out the journal to the satisfaction of the highest personages of Bengal, Behar, Orissa, Assam and Sylhet and beg to submit their Opinions and the Opinions of the Press for your kind perusal. Ruard From the Private Secretary to hi. B. the governor of Bengal. GoveRNoR's CAMP, BENGAL aand/ију, тргб.
- Dear Mr. Mukhari,
His Exccellency has received the first copy of your Magazine "Anathbandhu.” I will be glad if you will send me copies regularly. Please send me a bill for Rs. 0. The object is a laudable one. * * * Yours sincerely, O From the Vice-Chancellor of Calcutta University. SENATE HoUse, Calcutta, ởfằ November, rọtố. Dear Mr. Mookerji, I am much obliged to you for your letter of the 6th November and also for the three copies of the “Anathbandhu" which you have been good enough to send me. ... I trust the Home that you seek to establish and the industries in connexion with it will all prosper and I wish them every succens. Where will the home be p some of the pictures in the magazine are ty good and the article on Mushthioga, ... if completed, ought to be very useful. Many if of our grand-mothers' medicines are being lost sight of and it is fully worth somebody's OPINIONS. E. (Sd.) W. R. Gourlay. while to collect and publish available information about them. Yours sincerely, (Sd.) D. Sarvadikary. From the Personal Assistant to Rai Bahadur Mrityunjay Rai Chowdhury. (Zenndar of Kood.). SHyamPUR P. O. RANGPUR. The 7th Nov., 1916. Gentlemen, Your paper Anathbandhu' has been appreciated by Rai Bahadur and many other gentlemen of this locality. I wish it every SCCESS Yours faithfully, (Sd.) D. Chatterjee. P.A. to Rai Bahadur. From Rai Bahadur Rajendra Chandra Sastr CALOUTTA, 30, Tarak Chatterjee's Lane, The gth Nov. 1916. . . . My Dear Sir, I have read your Bengali magazine "Anath Bandhu" with very great pleasure. - ipso