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A journey from Madras through the countries of Mysore, Canara, and Malabar, performed under the orders of the most noble the Marquis Wellesley, governor general of India, for the express purpose of investigating the state of agriculture, arts, and commerce; the religion, manners, and customs; the history natural and civil, and antiquities, in the dominions of the rajah of Mysore, and the countries acquired by the Honourable East India company

Creator: Francis Hamilton, East India Company | History - 1807

An Abstract of the Goods imported and exported by Sea, for the different years, taken from the Custom-house Account of Tellichery Circle, page vii Total Quantity of different Articles exported by Sea from Bettutanada, in the years 974 ...


The Parliamentary debates (Authorized edition)

Creator: Great Britain. Parliament | History - 1876

973 PHCENIX PARK, DUBLIN — Questions, Mr. Butt, Mr. Callan ; Answer, Mr. WH Smith.. .. .. .. ..973 INDIAN MUSEUM — Question, Mr. Fawcett ; Answer, Lord George Hamilton 974 CRIMINAL LAW (IRELAND) — TRIAL OF CLAFFET — Question, ...


Hansard's parliamentary debates

Creator: Great Britain. Parliament | History - 1876

973 Indian Museum — Question, Mr. Fawcett ; Answer, Lord George Hamilton 974 Criminal Law (Ireland) — Trial of Claffey — Question, Mr. Callan ; Answer, The Solicitor General for Ireland . . 974 Criminal Law — Police at Plymouth ...


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