Papers Relating to the Finances of the East India Company; Abroad and at Home and the Trade of India and China

Papers Relating to the Finances of the East India Company; Abroad and at Home and the Trade of India and China

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1830 edition. Excerpt: ... in each Year, from -t March 1810 to 30th April 1814. inclusive, distinguishing Inona from Onfoa;and specifying as far as practicable such as were f. liquidation of 9"an 9', f. 9ter9st on India De', and f. General Purposes., Mem: --The Years 1810-11 to 1812-13, comprehend a period from March to March in each Year; the period comprehended in 1813-14, is from 1st March to 1st May. East-India House, 2ist September 1829. J (Errors excepted.) Tho. G. Lloyd, Ace'Gen'. No. 34.--AN ACCOUNT, showing the Amount of all BILLS of EXCHANGE and CERTIFICATES, paid by India from China; and specifying, as far as practicable, such as were for liquidation of The East India Company, in each Year, from the st of May 1814 to the 30th of April 1829, inclusive; distinguishing Indian Debt, for Interest on Indian Debt, and for General Purposes.--No. 35.--STATEMENT of the Rates of Exchange at which Bills have been drawn upon India by The East India Company, from 1812 to the latest period. STATEMENT of the Rates of Exchange at which Bills have been drawn from India upon The East India Company, from 1812 to the latest period. AN ACCOUNT of IMPORTS and EXPORTS between Great Britain and all Places to the Eastward of the Cape Of Good Hope (excepting China;) distinguishing the Articles and the Value, and the Private Trade from that of The East India Company, in each Year, from 1813 to the latest period to which the same can be made up. Inspector-General's Office, Custom-House, "1 William Irving, London, Gth August 1829. J Inspector-Gen1 of Imports and Exports. For the Distinction of the various Articles imported and exported, see the following pages. No. 37. continued--IMPORTS into Great Britain from all Places Eastward of the Cape OF Good Hope (except China, ) from...show more

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