Return to an Order Dated 1 April 1840; Accounts Rel. to Imports and Exports ... Together with Correspondence Concerning the Duties of Customs, and the Cultivation of Cotton in India

Return to an Order Dated 1 April 1840; Accounts Rel. to Imports and Exports ... Together with Correspondence Concerning the Duties of Customs, and the Cultivation of Cotton in India : Ordered to Be Printed 2 Et 15 April 1840

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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. 1840 edition. Excerpt: ...to concede, that the mere Circum stance stance that Foreign Articles (some of which when brought in Foreign Bottoms 1 pay heavy Duties according to the new Act) have found their Way into the The G."""""'"' Is and of Bombay, ought to be admitted as giving Claim to Drawback on f$;ld"' Re-export, or to a Certificate giving Exemption from Duty when carried to The Court or another Place or Port of the Presidency for Consumption. Directors. 25. With the Letter recorded on the Consultation of the annexed Date the N' 13" Acting Chief Secretary at Bombay transmitted a Cominimication from the Chairman of the Chamber of Commerce relative to the Assimilation of the C"'N'4' Customs Duty leviable on Cotton in the Bengal and Bombay Presidencies. g8Dt!l1is'Fle l;f,8lIos. 1, _ _ to 3. Q6. In reply to this Communication the Bombay Government were informed that the Government of India would be willing to take into its Consideration British India should be put in hand. The Grounds urged by the Chamber of Commerce in favour of an Equalization did not fail to occur to us in the Consideration of the Law passed, but the Question involved many other Considerations which prevented its being determined generally for all India upon the mere View of the broad Principles on which perfect Equality was claimed. 27. Our further Proceedings in connexion w'th this Subject will be duly reported to your Honourable Court. No. M. Na H'. LETTER from the crOVERNlIENT of INDIA to the Couar of DIRECTORS SeparateiGeneral Department, 80th April (No. 7.) 1839. To the Honourable the Court of Directors of the East India Company. Honourable Sirs, _ Fort William, son. April 1839. y 1. In Paragraphs 4. to...show more

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