The Central Administration of the East India Company, 1773-1834

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Manchester University Press, 1959 - India - 476 pages
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Oxford and Mr Mishra has opened the facts of the British Diplomacy related to the Dutch affairs which British manipulated with the section of the Dutch official and managed to get Bengal settlements in actual.See page 70 in the Head of Foreign Department and get find an information and search the Dutch historians the writings of the early write up of the Dutch Historians.The called it was clearly suppression of the Actual Facts on the History of Bengal.Why they made it so secrecy in this particular foreign Nations?Repeatedly they attack the Dutch by the Colonels are tried time and out attack to the settlements at Baranagar and Chinsura.At the time of Siraz the Nabob when English absconded from their settlements at Calcutta Dutch and some what Drench had helped to the English.English Company persons repeatedly written from the shelter of Dutch at Falta,that we cannot forget the help of Dutch.The English Company men directed by their Nation attacked just before regain the Calcutta 1757 attacked Chinsura in 1759!!!!!! because they are shameless and acted as their own Character.Though they had to returned the Chinsura by force of the European nations treaty rule by this time they bribed in the name of treaty to a section of the Dutch Company's men at Chinsura. Most laughing matter was came out in light when 1759 English East India Company captured Chinsura immediate after EEC and the Colonels quarrel within them in the issue that who control the administration of Chinsura and more laughing they reached at Court in London for verdict!!!!!!!! 

Contents

PREFACE
1
THE SUPREME GOVERNMENT
17
Character of Government under Hastings
23
Indian Government 17981812
41
The Utilitarian Influence 181334
50
THE CENTRAL SECRETARIAT
64
Development under Cornwallis 178793
76
Changes under Minto
83
THE ADMINISTRATION OF CIVIL JUSTICE
220
The Administration of Justice 176572
226
Civil Justice under the Provincial Councils 177480
233
The Judicial Plan of 1780
235
Reaction in favour of Revenue Agents and Authorities 17826
241
The Working of the Code 17931813
251
Failure of Cornwallis System in Madras
267
Resume
294

ii Departments under the GovernorGeneral
89
The Post Office
105
THE ADMINISTRATION OF REVENUE
108
Taking over by the Company 1772
114
Provincial Councils
120
Controversy over Collectorships 17826
127
Board of Revenue
133
Board of Commissioners for Ceded and Conquered Provinces
142
The Collectors of Districts
154
New Collectorships 17931833
161
THE SETTLEMENT AND COLLECTION
171
The Quinquennial Settlement 17727
177
Restoration of Annual Settlement and Growth of Tendency
183
Extension of the Settlement to Benares 1795
196
Establishment of the Mahalwari System 1822
213
State of Criminal Administration 176572
307
Criminal Reforms of Cornwallis 178693
320
Tahsildari Police in Benares and Upper Provinces 17951807
334
Criminal Reforms 181333
361
Liberalisation of the Criminal Law
372
THE CIVIL SERVICE
378
Wellesleys Policy
385
Nomination and Appointment of Civil Servants
402
APPENDIX
415
The Reforms of 1781
422
Reforms under Wellesley
430
Reforms under the Marquis of Hastings
441
Bibliography
451
Index
460
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