Minutes of Evidence Taken Before the Honourable House of Commons in a Committee of the Whole House to Whom it was Referred to Consider of the Affairs of the East India Company and to Whom the Several Petitions which Have Been Presented in this Session of Parliament Relating to the Trade and Shipping of the East India Company and the Renewal of Their Charter Were Referred and Also the Petition of the East India Company Praying to be Heard by Counsel Before the Said Committee

Minutes of Evidence Taken Before the Honourable House of Commons  in a Committee of the Whole House  to Whom it was Referred to Consider of the Affairs of the East India Company  and to Whom the Several Petitions  which Have Been Presented in this Session of Parliament  Relating to the Trade and Shipping of the East India Company  and the Renewal of Their Charter  Were Referred  and Also the Petition of the East India Company  Praying to be Heard by Counsel Before the Said Committee Author Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons. Select Committee on the Affairs of the East India Company (1808-1813)
ISBN-10 BL:A0019033065
Year 1813
Pages 272
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Minutes of Evidence Taken Before the Right Honourable the House of Lords in the Lords Committees Appointed to Take Into Consideration So Much of the Speech of His Royal Highness the Prince Regent as Relates to the Charter of the East India Company and to the Providing Effectually for the Future Government of the Provinces of India and to Report to the House and to Whom Were Referred the Petition of the United Company of Merchants of England Trading to the East Indies Respecting Their Charter and Also the Several Petitions Presented Against and in Favour of the Renewal of the Said Charter

Minutes of Evidence Taken Before the Right Honourable the House of Lords  in the Lords Committees  Appointed to Take Into Consideration So Much of the Speech of His Royal Highness the Prince Regent as Relates to the Charter of the East India Company  and to the Providing Effectually for the Future Government of the Provinces of India  and to Report to the House  and to Whom Were Referred the Petition of the United Company of Merchants of England Trading to the East Indies  Respecting Their Charter  and Also the Several Petitions Presented Against and in Favour of the Renewal of the Said Charter Author Great Britain. Parliament. House of Lords
ISBN-10 BL:A0019033064
Year 1813
Pages 254
Language en
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