NEWBOLD, CAPTAIN T. J., an infantry officer of the 12th Regiment of the Madras Presidency, a voluminous and accurate writer on varied branches of science. Ob. 1850. He wrote on the Beryl Mine in Cohnbatore, in Edin. New Phil. Jl. xx. 241 ; Valley of Sondoor. Mad. Lit. Trans., 1838 ; Temperature of the Springs, Wells, and Rivers in India and Egypt, Phil. Trans., and republished Edin. New Pldl. Jl., 1845-46 ; Geo logical Notes on the Southern Mahratta Country, in Bl. As. Trans., 1845 ; Osseous Breccia and Deposits in the Caves of Billa Soorgum, Southern India, ibid., 1844 ; Visit to the Bitter Lakes, Isthmus of Suez, in Lend. As. Trans., 1845 ; Geo logical Notes from Masulipatam to Goa ; on the Alpine Glacier, Iceberg, Diluvial, and Wave Translation Theories, with reference to the De posits of Southern India, in Bl. As. Trans., ibid. v., xiv. part 1, 217 ; Geological Notes across the Peninsula of Southern India, from Kistapatam, ibid., 398 ; History of the Persian Poets, in Mad.
Lit. Trans. ii. 245 ; Summary of the Geology of Southern India, in Loud. As. Trans., 1845 ; Essays on the Metrical Compositions of the Persian Poets, with a Notice of their Poetry, Mad. Lit. Trans. iii. 113, 232 ; on the Code and Historical MSS. of the Siamese ; on the Progress of Buddhism to the Eastward, ibid. vi. 117 ; Recent Fresh-water Deposits near Kurnool, in Bl. As. Trans., 1844, xiii. 213 ; Account of the Muhammadan Kings of Acheen, ibid. iv. 117 ; Notice of Malayan Code, ibid. 390 ; Political and Statistical Account of the British Settlements in the Straits of Malacca, 2 vols. 8vo ; Site of Hai or Ai, Royal City of the Canaanites, in Bom. Geo. Trans. viii. 335.— Bombay Times, May 1850; Dr. Buist's Catalogue.