On various monuments in India, corresponding to the cromlechs and standing stones of the north of Europe
Cromlechs, Kistvaens, Cairns, Barrows
Lieutenant Henry Yule of the Bengal Engineers sent in his own observations on standing stone monuments in the Meghalaya region of India and surrounding environs, which he described as the hill country east of Bengal. Alexander Thomson of Banchory, Esq., sent in correspondence from Captain Meadows Taylor which noted similar monuments in the Deccan plateau. Captain Taylor included his correspondence with a missionary in the German Mission, who had got word of more such monuments in the neighborhood of Mysore. Rev. Keis recommended the study of these monuments with a view to tracing the movements of the practice around India, and possible connections with Europe.