A compilation of all the ... orders ... 1750 to ... 1801 ... of the Bombay army, by E. Moor

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Page xxiv - HIS MAJESTY having taken into consideration the said Report, and the Draft Charter accompanying it, was pleased, by and with the advice of His Privy Council, to approve thereof, and to order, as it is hereby ordered, that the...
Page xxiv - ... their address, forwarding at the same time the certificates they received in India. The period of furlough is three years, reckoning from its date to the day of the return of the officer to his Presidency. Officers are required to join the establishment to which they belong at the expiration of the three years...
Page x - ... Marquess Wellesley, (then Earl of Mornington,) of our kingdom of Ireland, and Baron Wellesley, of Wellesley, in our county of Somerset, in our kingdom of Great Britain, and Knight of the most illustrious order of Saint Patrick, to be, during the pleasure of the said Company, Governor-General of the said presidency of Fort William, in the Bay of Bengal, and of all the towns and territories thereunto belonging, and of all and singular the forts, factories, settlements, lands, territories, countries,...
Page x - In witnefs whereof we have caufed thefe our letters to be made patent : witnefs ourfelf at Weftminfter the fixteenth day of december in the fccoud year of our reign.
Page x - THE THIRD, BY THE GRACE OF GOD, OF GREAT BRITAIN, FRANCE, and IRELAND, KING, Defender of the Faith, and fo forth, To all to whom thefe...
Page 3 - Governor-General of Bengal, and not in his private capacity, the apology stating that the paragraph which gave the offence appeared in the
Page xxviii - Oct., 1776. The Out Posts of the Army will report every morning to the Adjutant General, for the Information of the Commander in Chief, every Movement they can perceive of the Enemy, or any other Extraordinaries they may think worth his Notice. Two hundred Men to be taken from the Recruits lately arrived from England, and attached to the Artillery till further Orders. The Men of Rogers's Corps to join as soon as relieved. HEAD QUARTERS...
Page x - ... and empowered to order, do, and perform, by virtue of the said commissions from the said united Company, it being our gracious will and intention by this our commission, to give to the said Richard Marquess Wellesley full power and authority to order, direct, and control all military forces employed or to be employed in the territories and parts aforesaid, in all cases to which the commissions so granted by the said united Company to the said Richard Marquess Wellesley, cannot extend for want...

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