India, business and control 1806 to 1814: in the records of the Governor-General Volumes

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Miscellaneous papers of the Bengal Government, 1806-1813

11596-11638 - Judicial papers, bound letters, pay regulations, Marine Board papers, dispatches from the Court of Directors, financial papers from the Commercial Department, bound registers of salaries, reports on ceded and conquered provinces, and regulations passed by the Bengal Government.

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  • Reference:  73129-Q
  • Subjects:  Asian, British, History, Colonial, Missionaries, Asian, British, History, Colonial, Missionaries
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Correspondence re. Presidencies of Bombay and Madras, 1808-1814

11639-11711 - Correspondence with and papers concerning the Presidencies of Bombay and Madras, and other territories east of the Cape.

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  • Reference:  73129-R
  • Subjects:  Asian, British, History, Colonial, Missionaries, Asian, British, History, Colonial, Missionaries
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Papers of the 1st Earl as Governor General of India

11712-11739 - These items include papers and correspondence concerning Bencoolen, Goa, Iran, Sind, Indonesia, Afghanistan and Tahiti, various surveys, and literary and scientific subjects.

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  • Reference:  73129-S
  • Subjects:  Asian, British, History, Colonial, Missionaries, Asian, British, History, Colonial, Missionaries
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Family Correspondence, 1788-1814

11062-11083 - This family correspondence chiefly consists of correspondence between the 1st Earl and the Countess of Minto during his period in India between 1809 and 1813.

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  • Reference:  73129-T
  • Subjects:  Asian, British, History, Colonial, Missionaries, Asian, British, History, Colonial, Missionaries
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