Reports Together With The Minutes Of Evidence

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Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons. Select committee on the East India
company. (A.) Prices Current of East-India Produce, 1st January 1831. GOODS.
PRICES. from Aloes Assafcetida Benjamin, 1st 2d 3d Barilla Borax, refined
unrefined, or Tincal, Camphor , Cardcmoms, Ceylon Malabar . Cassia ... Prices
SELECT COMMITTEE of the HOUSE OF COMMONS. 239 ACCOUNTS and
PAPERS laid before the Committee 255 MINUTES of EVIDENCE, 12th July to 6th
October 1831.

Minutes Of Evidence Taken At The Bar Of The House Of Lords Before A Committee Of The Whole House To Whom Is Was Referred To Consider The Orders In Council Recommended By His Majesty To The Consideration Of This House To Which Is Subjoined The Substance Of Mr Brougham S Speech In Summing It Up

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MINUTES OF EVIDENCE IN A Committee of the whole House, to whom it was
referred to consider the Orders in Council, recommended by His Majesty to the
Consideration of this House, together with the several Petitions of Merchants and
Manufacturers of Liverpool, London, Hull, and Manchester, resented to this
House on the 17th and 21st of this nstant March, alledging, that their Trade will
be essentially injured by the said Orders; for the Purpose of hearing the
Petitioners, ...

Minute Of Evidence Take Before Teh Select Committee Of The House Of Lords

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No •, the Evidence against that Man was this, that his own House was searched,
and he was not found at home ; it consequently lay upon him to shew where he
was. He brought Evidence before the Magistrates and myself, in order to shew
where he was ; when he was taken up, as well as I recollect, speaking from
Recollection, he alleged to the Police Man who took him up first one Story ; he
told the Magistrate before whom he was examined a Story something different,
and he ...

Minutes Of Evidence Taken Before The Right Honourable The House Of Lords In The Lords Committees Appointed To Take Into Consideration So Much Of The Speech Of His Royal Highness The Prince Regent As Relates To The Charter Of The East India Company And To The Providing Effectually For The Future Government Of The Provinces Of India And To Report To The House And To Whom Were Referred The Petition Of The United Company Of Merchants Of England Trading To The East Indies Respecting Their Charter And Also The Several Petitions Presented Against And In Favour Of The Renewal Of The Said Charter

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Great Britain. Parliament. House of Lords. Jolm Vivian, venture to say, that is the
coast' where the smuggling is generally conhsq. ducted, being immediately
opposite to the coast of France, and Guernsey, \--—-v-——-J and Jersey. The
witness is directed to withdraw. The Counsel for the East-India Company stated,
that they had com cluded the evidence in support of their case. ' It being then
proposed to adjourn this Committee to the first day of meeting after the recess at
Easter; - - . -.

Abstract Of Evidence Taken Before A Committee Of The House Of Lords

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The evidence take) before, the Committee of %: - - the House of Lords, sašt
summer, to enquire into the state of the Corn Trade, has been regularly laid
before the public; but as many have neither leisure nor inclination to peruse so
large a mass of evidence, it is hoped the following abstract may be acceptable:
the subject is of vital importance to some, and of great consequence to every
class in society; the abstract has been made with the most rigid impartiallity;
much has been omitted ...

Minutes Of Evidence Taken Before The Select Committee Of The House Of Lords Appointed To Enquire Into The Present State Of The Affairs Of The East India Company

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And Into the Trade Between Great Britain, the East-Indies, and China; and Too
Report to the House Great Britain. Parliament. House of Lords. East India
Company, Select Committee on the. cause, until he has drawn the names of
thirteen jurymen who have 16 Mar. 1830. not been objected to. These thirteen
jurymen are then sworn, ac- ... -- cording to the form of their respective religions,
to decide upon the or 4. Johnston, case according to the evidence and without
partiality.

Minutes Of Evidence Taken Before The Select Committee Of The House Of Lords Appointed To Enquire Into The Present State Of The Affairs Of The East India Company And Into The Trade Between Great Britain The East Indies And China And To Report To The House

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House of Lords. Select Committee on the East India Company. Levant: *-i- Pieces
. Canton : £. s. d. March 1823. . 50 500 camlets.... 2,972 12 8 240 4,800 long ells .
. 8,209 3 3 48 2,730 cottons.... 3,705 3 0 76 586 cloths .... 5,459 6 10 40 sundries.
....... 2,089 19 2 Augusta: Canton : May 1823.... 291 5,820 long ells ... 12,413 7 0
207 1,720 cloths .... 9,352 12 6 89 5,284 cottons.... 7,485 16 8 100 tons iron...
1,181 14 4 138 sundries........ 5,637 15 2 London Packet: Boston : July 1823.

Minutes Of Evidence Taken Before The Honourable House Of Commons In A Committee Of The Whole House To Whom It Was Referred To Consider Of The Affairs Of The East India Company And To Whom The Several Petitions Which Have Been Presented In This Session Of Parliament Relating To The Trade And Shipping Of The East India Company And The Renewal Of Their Charter Were Referred And Also The Petition Of The East India Company Praying To Be Heard By Counsel Before The Said Committee

Author: Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons. Select Committee on the Affairs of the East India Company (1808-1813)
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... from time to-ttme, to the House. Colonel THOMAS MUNRO was again called in,
and examined by the ' Committee, as follows: In your judgment, would not a very
considerable reduction in the freight of cotton afford a facility in the introduction of
that commodity in the manufactures of this country P—This is a question which I
cannot easily answer, because I am not acquainted with the prices of cotton in
this country. ' You have mentioned in your evidence yesterday, that you
conceived' ...

Minutes Of Evidence Taken Before The Select Committee Of The House Of Lords Appointed To Enquire Into The State Of Ireland With Reference To The Disturbances

Author: Great Britain. Parliament. House of Lords. Select Committee Appointed to Enquire into the State of Ireland
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House of Lords. Select Committee Appointed to Enquire into the State of Ireland.
On the general State of the Country under my Jurisdiction, I have not any thing to
remark more particularly, than that the abundant Harvest and high Prices of
Cattle and Agricultural Produce, are admitted to have contributed to the
Restoration of the Tranquillity which is now so generally prevalent. I have, &c. &c.
&c. Francis Blackburne. No. 1 1. COPY of a Letter from Maxwell Blacker, Esquire,
to the Right ...

Minutes Of Evidence Taken Before The Select Committee Of The House Of Lords Appointed To Enquire Into The Present State Of The Affairs Of The East India Company 7 Pt 6 Numbered 1 8 10 12 13

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In the evidence I have given before your Lordships, and before the Committee of
the House of Commons, my sole object has been to convey the conviction of my
own mind that the Company's trade has been as injurious to themselves as to the
British public at large, and the whole of the Eastern world ; and that, without com-
- merce, they would be the fittest medium His Majesty's Government could
employ for the political administration of India ; that in fact their government of
India, ...