affairs are managed by the District board, which had an income of 1•3
lakhs in 1903-4, chiefly derived from rates. The expenditure was
1•5 lakhs, of which Rs. 81,ooo was spent on roads and buildings.
1880-:. t8go-t. igoo-x. 1903-4-
Land revenue . 12,29 11,19 11,59 12,18
Total revenue. 15,54 17,06 18,74 19>72
There are 18 police stations and one outpost in the District.
The Superintendent of police had in 1904 a force of 4 inspectors,
82 subordinate officers, and 410 constables, besides 230 municipal
and town police, and 2,ioo village and road police. At Fatehgarh
there is a Central jail, besides the ordinary District jail.
The District takes a medium' position in the Provinces as, regards
literacy, and only 3 per cent, (5•4 males and 0-4 females) of the popu-
lation could read and write in igoi. The number of public schools fell
from 184 in'188o-r to 156 in igoo-i ; but the number of pupils rose
from 5,294 to 7,271. In 1903-4'therewere 233 public schools with
9,383 pupils, of whom 672 were girls, besides 41 private schools with
457 pupils. Four schools are managed by Government and 128 by
the District or municipal boards. The total expenditure on education
in the same year was Rs. 55,000, of which Rs. 37,000 was met from
Local funds and Rs. i i,ooo from fees,
There are nine hospitals and dispensaries, with accommodation. for
112 in-patients. In 1903, the number of cases treated was 52,000, of
whom i,9oo were in-patients, and 4,500 operations were performed.
The total expenditure was Rs. 14,500, chiefly met from Local funds.
About 22,300 persons were successfully vaccinated in 1903-4, repre-
senting 24 per i,ooo of the population--a low proportion. Vaccination
is compulsory only in the municipality and the cantonment.
[W. Irvine, ` The Bangash Nawabs of Farrukhabad,' journal of the
Bengal Asiatic Society (1878, p. 260); District Gazetteer (1884, under
revision) ; H. J. Hoare, Settlement Report (I 903M
Farrukhabad Tahsil.-Head-quarters tahsil of Farrukhabad Dis-
trict, United Provinces, comprising the parganas of Bhojpur, Muhammad-
abad, Pahara, and Shamsabad East, and lying between 27° 9′ and 27° 28′ N, and 79° 15′ and 79° 44′ E., with an area of 339 square miles. It
is bounded on the east by the Ganges and on the south by the Kali Nadi
(East). Population increased from 244,896 in 1891 to 250,352 in 1901,
There are 387 villages and one town, FARRUKHABAD-Mm-FATEHGARH
(population, 67,338), the District and tahsil head-quarters: The de-
mand for land revenue in 1903-4 was Rs. 2,55,ooo, and for cesses
Rs. 48,ooo. The density of population, 7'39 persons per square mile, is
the highest in the District. Excepting a small tract of alluvial land