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|India in the Early Nineteenth Century The British East India Company was initially |
attracted to India to trade, but by the end of the eighteenth century, it was deeply
involved in the military and political affairs of several regional Indian kingdoms.
|Warren Hastings' Papers. ; Miscellaneous Factory Records. Newcastle Papers |
Relating to the East Indies, 1695-1802. Pulham, James: Collections for a History
of the British East India Company. Supplement to China Materials, including all ...
|East. India. Company. Agency. Work. in. the. British. Isles,. 1700–1800. JAMES. H|
. THOMAS. During the 'long' eighteenth century in particular, the East India
Company established, fostered, administered and encouraged a complex ...
|2l5l Dnar, Niranjan The Administrative System of the East India Company in |
Bengal 1714-1786 l964 Eureka Calcutta, India This is a detailed study of the way
the British East India Company organized its operations during the eighteenth ...
|Background to the Foundation of British Power in India Brijen Kishore Gupta. |
CHAPTER I THE GROWTH OF ENGLISH TRADE INTEREST IN BENGAL The
East India Company was organized in 1600. 1 Within fifteen years of its
|Patrick J. N. Tuck. in their oven ships, usually built in India. In the 1750s all the |
British settlements in India contained sizable communities of Europeans trading
on their own account. As the Company made its conquests, these communities ...
|For the time being, Britain's interests were represented by the British East India |
Company, which, on its own, financed the military takeover and economic
development of India. From the southeastern ports of Pondicherry and Madras (
|This book offers a fascinating account of the forerunner of the modern multinational: the British East India Company (1600-1874). Nick Robins shows how the East India Company pioneered the model of the corporation that we see today.|
|Gunpowder, Ammunitions, Arms, or Utensils of War, prohibited to be imported, |
except from t possession. Coffee, Sugar, not being refined, in Bond in Molasses,
Rum, being the produce or manufacture of any British East-India Company's ...