Parliamentary Papers, House of Commons and Command (Google eBook)

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H.M. Stationery Office, 1813 - Great Britain
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Page 3 - Bahadoor, and that he will apprehend and deliver to the Company's Government all Europeans of whatever description, who shall be found within the territories of His said Highness without regular passports from the English Government ; it being His Highness's determined resolution not to suffer even for a day any European to remain within his territories unless by consent of the said Company.
Page 2 - Scindiah engages never to take or retain in his service any Frenchman, or the subject of any other European or American power, the government of which may be at war with the British government ; or any British subject, whether European or native of India, without the consent of the British government.
Page 86 - Hon. the Governor in Council therefore deems it proper, in this public manner, to repeat to the native troops his assurance that the same respect which has been invariably...
Page 3 - His Excellency the Rajah stipulates and agrees that the said fort shall in no case whatever become an asylum for public offenders or for persons desirous of escaping from the jurisdiction of the courts of civil and criminal justice, or from the authority of the revenue officers, or of any other branch of the authority of the...
Page 3 - Behauder ; and that he will apprehend and deliver up to the Company's Government all Europeans, of whatever description, who shall be found within the territories of his said Highness, without regular passports from the...
Page xli - Aires, and its dependencies, including therein all and every the territories belonging to or forming a part of the government of the same, or which have been usually exported therefrom, shall be permitted to be imported into any of the ports of the United Kingdom, in British ships, owned by his Majesty's subjects, and navigated according to law, or in ships bona fide belonging to any of the inhabitants of the said city, town, or territories, such native inhabitants being peaceably resident within...
Page 74 - On the other hand", wrote the court, "it will be your bounden duty vigilantly to guard the public tranquillity from interruption, and to impress upon the minds of all the inhabitants of India, that the British faith, upon which they rely for the free exercise of their religion, will be inviolably...
Page 169 - That it is expedient that all the privileges, authorities, and immunities, granted to the United Company of Merchants trading to the East Indies by virtue of any act or acts of Parliament now in force, and all rules, regulations, and...
Page 7 - Of the uprightness of his intentions and his regard for our service we have no doubt, and we have had pleasure in expressing our satisfaction with different measures of his government, but others, which we felt ourselves obliged in the course of the last year to disapprove, impaired our confidence in him, and after weighing all the considerations connected with the business of Vellore, we felt C 2 ourselves unable longer to continue that confidence to him which it is so necessary for a person holding...

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