Country Correspondence, Public Department, 1740-[1751] Volume 2

Country Correspondence, Public Department, 1740-[1751] Volume 2

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1908 edition. Excerpt: ... your good-Character during my abode at Trichenopoly, it is now sometime agoe I came to Cetaira, Phattashing & Ragoajie Bonsla have been p1eas'd to take me into their--Service. I am inform'd the Disturbanc's depending between the French & English, the French have sent people to the said Generals, concerning some design You a Man of discreation which makes me Advise you of it as I am Always desirous of the Englishes Interest & I persuade you to send a proper person to the said Generals to request their favour & Assistance to the English, the Generals have sent a Letter to you about it, you may Send a proper person to keep up agood Friendship with the Generals, which will be a great Advantage to the English, You know very Well the Week Conditions of the Moors at Delly, King Shan Rauza has sent Numajee General with (100,000) Horse to their Assistance this is the proper Opportunity for you to keep up a good Friendship with the Generals. Vencatachelum & Vencatram Urcar's will inform you the Best. You must pay the Urcar's 25 Rupees for their Travelling Charges of coming to You with the General's Letter. It was inexpressible Joy & Satisfaction to me to hear that your People have gained a Compleat Victory over the french for Which I hereby Congratulate you & all our friends & wish the Almighty God may grant you further Victory. I was Extreamly Oblig'd to you for the Compliment you have paid me in Congratulating me for the Victory which was Gain'd over the french, & as you are a real friend to our Nation & as there is a perfect Unity between Us I on my part take the liberty to wish you Joy upon the same subject. By the Blessing of God I have a, firm hope to...
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  • Paperback | 48 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 3mm | 104g
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236892135
  • 9781236892133