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His Honor the proposed arrangement for filling the chair on Hindu Law, and as I am consequently liable to be misunderstood by the Hindu community, whose feeling is very strong on the subject of the chair of the Hindu Law, I would respectfully request that in justice to me His Honor may think fit to remove the erroneous impression which his too general allusion to my suggestions regarding the reorganisation of the Sanskrit College is calculated to produce on the public mind.
"I remain &c.
(Sd.) "Isvar Chandra Sarma."
To this letter Luttman Johnson the Private Secretary replied, as follows:—