The Asiatic Annual Register: Or, A View of the History of Hindustan, and of the Politics, Commerce and Literature of Asia, Том 8

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Lawrence Dundas Campbell, E. Samuel
J. Debrett, 1809
 

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No 13
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PAGE
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Estimation of distance by time when cription and quantity of stores
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exist at present by
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A Manuscript communicated
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Capt Charles Stewart has com respect to stunt delivery and
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He now can turo his mind to
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Appoints assistantsurgeons 46 Orders for surveying roads
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Extract Bengal political consulta It appearing from reports that
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Prececence in rank of cadets regu
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112
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The same to the same dated ditto Scott Resident at Lucknow
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Translation of a Memorial delivered
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Natives in the service of the Com Ceylon Government Gazette
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Calcutta Gazette Extraordinary
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Leave granted
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Ceapanys Paper December
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Two battalions of Bengal native
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in future are to be made by the Establish a certain order of payment
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lator c at the public expense
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for March
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encouraged
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Approbation of the Commander
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Bengal Occurrences for
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of Trade
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Companys papers June 3 10 longer
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John Ryley to Johu Fombelle Sec Provinces dated 15th March
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Extract of a letter froin the Sec Extract of a letter from Lieutenant
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Lieutenantgovernor of the ceded men into the field the forces
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Births
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Paggi
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Deaths
183
Mr Bankes
185
Mr Sheridan
194
Personal timidity of the Nabob An increase of subsidy and revenue
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Maioria presented by the hoa Wellesley and William Scott 10
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Translation of a memorial delivered
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Measures to promote the navigation of the Jumma of the land
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Fort Williampublic d pariment 131 Capital stock Its effects on
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Marquis Wellesleys Answer 49 Fort St George August 19 64
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ions Public To Capt Francis Wilford
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Extract of Bengal judicial consulta Exiract of a letter from Lieutenant
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Gross and net revenue of the Cered The successful collection of
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ment by his excellency The Contractor must bear all charges
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Return to an order of the Honour
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Extract of public letter to Bengal ters to wbich those iustructions
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Extract of a Letter from Muscat Address of the Governor in Coun
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The same to the same dated ditto Colonel Scotts observations
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Dito 28th August
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October 1808
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Memorandum of the Governor
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Copy of a treaty between Sujah
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The office of LieutenantGovernor
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Copy of an agreement concluded from Marquis Welleslev to
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Character of the Nabob Saadut Ali Preambie The Company bound
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Calcutta Gazette Extraordinary Letter to Sir James Mackintosh
102
Satisfactorv evidence of ihe spurious Engage to defend the territory
107
Recon for refusing
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The causes for entering into a suc estate of Rajah Bugwuni Sing
115
Translation of a Memorial delivered
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March 1802
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Statement on the part of Imdaud
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To his Excellency Sir Alured to be printed 3d March 1806 170
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November 1799
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Answer from the nawaub Imdaud dated 8th April 1789
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From his Excellency the Nawaub to the conditions
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Col Vandeleurs answer
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Letters enclosed in the above from
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No 1
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PAGE
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From the Nabob Vizier to the The same to the same dated Luck
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Observations on the preliminary Lucknow 301h Oirsber 1801
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Extract of a luer from the Secre Scotis letter to Lord Monuing
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Percened early bur owing to
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The same to the same dated ditto and numbers of each description
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ment
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Dito th March 1803
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Extracio a Lerier from the Go ances to be made to Officers
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J Colars Resident at Lucknow Bengal Secret Consultations
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Declaration
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ber 1799
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Regulations for making Shipments ib Marquis Wellesleys Answer to
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Privare W Scoté co W Kirk
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Of the sum to be applied to the re case of blowing
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Companys possessions
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Bengal Occurrences for Sept Nitricacid in the cùre of Leprosy
384
Accounts of the daies of the latest of Directors dated 13th May
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Mr Speaker
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Sir Ewen Baillie commanding at their present expenses
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Mr Jerris
408
PROCEEDINGS IN PARLIAMENT
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Mr Charles Grant
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Mr Secretary
42
Aftzirs of India
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Mr Hiley Addington
60
Mr Paulls speech on moving
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Lori Henry Petty
72
Lord Castlereagh
73
Mr Francis
82
The Nabob Saadut Ali Khan adopis two states to remain in full force
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A return of troops doing duty Lord Castlereaghi
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Mr Secretary
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122
122
130
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As account of money paid
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First charge against Marquis Rajahs thereinnamed
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Sir William Geary
137
Mr Robert Thornton
138
Mr Sheridan
143
Mr Francis
148
Mr Huddleston
149
Majestys exchequer
151
Sir John Newport
153
The Speaker
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State Papers for 1806
160
Mr Corry seconded the motion 161 dated 20th October 1783 Also
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Mr Secretary
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Sir Arthur Wellesley
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Secretary to the government in the Committee during Marquis
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Lord A Hamilton
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Mr W Keene
179
panys territory
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Mr Golding
182
A complete and regular series of the Several plans thought on and
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Mr Bankes
185
Mr Rose
194
Doctor Lawrence
195
Mr Paull
201
The Master of the Rolls
207
Mr Johnsone 7
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To the Vizier written 5th July 14th 1801
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The SolicitorGeneral
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GENERAL ORDERS by the vice presi
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Lord Castlereagh
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00 374 4th May 1900
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July
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East India House Jane 24 37 Marquis Wellesley at his
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Regulations for the future guidance
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Not to grant bills of exchange
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Mr Alderman Prinsep
279
Mr Robson
287
Mr H Martin
293
B Edmontone to the Vizier Colone Scott to M Barlow
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Mr Alderman Prinsep 300 928 Mr Atkins Alderman Prinsen
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Lord Temple
314
Lord Morpeth
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Mr W Keene
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pointed his successor
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338
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POLITICAL AND COMMERCIAL PAPERS
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A copy of all the representations Lord Folkstone
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Lord Cornwalliss approval
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Marcb and 12h May 1795
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Motion withdrawn
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Letter to Groeme Mercer Esq ib There is no document of the
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The article substituted for this leaves persons who are capable of
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An account of bills of exchange Lord Temple in reply
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Pensions of Widows c 54
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The question of succession
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The Vizier to Lord Mornington William Scoti Resident at Lack
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Abstract of the charge laid before
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A copy of all applications made An account of Portugueze
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Paull relative 10 Sasnee Bidje
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Same to saine same date
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gher and Cutchoura
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Adjutants of Seapoys discontinued
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Vol
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No 3
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No 7
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No 10
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Lord Casciereagh in reply 16 19 24 Mr Charles Grant
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Mr Henry Wellesley and William now November Ulth 1801 23
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Mr Charles Grant
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part of Marquis Wellesley 9
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Motion withdrawn
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No 4
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No 10
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To the Vizier from his excellency
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Mr Alderman Princeps speech Mr Wallace
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Сторінка 235 - His Excellency engages that he will establish in his reserved dominions such a system of administration (to be carried into effect by his own officers) as shall be conducive to the prosperity of his subjects, and be calculated to secure the lives and property of the inhabitants...
Сторінка 94 - Majesties, promise to observe, sincerely and bond fide, all the articles contained and settled in the present treaty ; and they will not suffer the same to be infringed, directly or indirectly, by their respective subjects; and the said high contracting parties, generally and reciprocally, guaranty to each other all the stipulations of the present treaty.
Сторінка 53 - defective in almost every part of it, and the abuses which arose out of that system, the present unfortunate state of the country may, in our opinion, be fairly attributed to a combination of causes. Among these is a claim, which is now very wisely relinquished, of right of pre-emptions, and of exemptions from duties, in the province of Oude ; made, and exercised, by contractors employed in providing the investment ; and which, in the opinion of Lord Cornwallis, has essentially contributed to its...
Сторінка 94 - Sombre, the assassin of the English, nor any of the European deserters, within his dominions, nor to give the least countenance, support, or protection to them. He likewise solemnly engages to deliver up to the English whatever European may in future desert from them into his country.
Сторінка 94 - English Company, shall be attacked, His Highness shall, in like manner, assist them with a part or the whole of his forces. In the case of the English Company's forces being employed in His Highness's service, the extraordinary expence of the same is to be defrayed by him.
Сторінка 58 - I had the mortification to find, that after a period of five years, the evils which prevailed at the beginning of that time had increased ; that your finances had fallen into a worse state by an enormous accumulated debt ; that the same oppressions continue to be exercised by rapacious and overgrown auroils towards the ryots ; and that not only the subjects and merchants of your own dominions, but those residing under the Company's protection, suffered many exactions, contrary to the commercial treaty,...
Сторінка 94 - ... to be committed from henceforth, for any cause, or under any pretence whatsoever, and every thing shall be carefully avoided which might hereafter prejudice the union...
Сторінка 83 - Lord, 1808, and in the 48th Year of the Reign of our most GRACIOUS SOVEREIGN, GEORGE THE THIRD, in presence of the Committee, appointed by the Subscribers for erecting this Monument.
Сторінка 52 - I was received at Allahabad and attended to Lucknow by the Nabob and his ministers, with every mark of friendship and respect ; I cannot, however, express how much I was concerned during my short residence at his capital, and my progress through his dominions, to be witness of the disordered state of his finances and government, and of the desolate appearances of his country ; the evils were too alarming to admit of palliation...
Сторінка 14 - ... Excellency's territorial possessions, in commutation of the former and augmented subsidy, and of all other sums of money now chargeable to his Excellency on account of the Company's defensive engagements with his Excellency.

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