Annals of the Honorable East-India Company: From Their Establishment by the Charter of Queen Elizabeth, 1600, to the Union of the London and English East-India Companies, 1707-8, Volume 2

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Black, Parry, and Kingsbury, 1810 - India
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Page 640 - ... goods they had taken away, to the owners of them, and would walk by the ancient customs of the port, and behave themselves for the future no more in such a shameful manner; therefore his Majesty, according to his...
Page 375 - Writer's salary ; and having served that yeare, to enter into the degree of factors, which otherwise would have been ten yeares. And knowing that a distinction of titles is in many respects necessary, we do order, that when the apprentices have served their times, they be stiled Writers, and when the Writers have served their times, they be stiled Factors ; and Factors having served their times, to be stiled Merchants, and Merchants having served their times, to be stiled Senior Merchants.
Page 334 - ... as of the manor of East Greenwich, in free and common soccage, and paying, in lieu of all services, one-fifth of the gold and silver that should be found.
Page 343 - Prior to his embarkation, he drew up a long and elaborate report upon the condition and prospects of Bombay for the information of the Court. This information written during the season of 1673-74, was in fact a statistical account of the island, specifying the division of it into the districts of Bombay and Mahim, with an account of its inhabitants, the extent and magnitude of its fortifications, and the strength of the garrison.
Page 539 - Interlopers of every description ;" and he concluded, by repeating that " unless the Portuguese and Dutch should be prevented from carrying into execution their fixed project of expelling the English from their trade and factories, and unless the Interlopers in England, as well as in India, should be suppressed, the trade between England and tlie East-Indies could not continue for three years.
Page 199 - King in free and common soccage, as of the manor of East Greenwich, on payment of the annual rent of 10 in gold, on the 30th September in each year...
Page 639 - All the English having made a most humble submissive petition that the crimes they have done may be pardoned...
Page 512 - Child, with such Members of Council as adhered to him, assembled the troops and militia, proclaimed the Company's authority at an end, and declared the Island to be subject only to the King.
Page 353 - And for encreasing the navigation and strength of " tfiis kingdom, there hath been built, within that time, and '•' are now in building, twenty-four sail of ships, from three " hundred and fifty, to six hundred tons burden, and they " have paid for freight and wages, yearly, to the amount of . s100,000 per annum. " And have furnished His Majesty's kingdoms of Eng...
Page 288 - The bastions and curtains of the fort towards the land had been raised to within nine feet of their intended height, but towards the sea batteries only had been constructed, as bastions would be the work of a subsequent year.

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