Memoirs of the Revolution in Bengal, Anno. Dom. 1757

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A. Millar, 1760 - Plassey, Battle of, Palāshi, India, 1757 - 133 pages
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At this point of time Watts was written memoirs that never mentioned the previous incidents as per WB State archive documents express the Company's person expressing the help for the and that help was given by Dutch and also French people when Company's people at Falta.Here I find that the language"We cannot forget the help of Dutch People .................../ from Falta Camp several times. and Just after 2 years they attacked Chinsurah.Chinsurah captured by the Navigators of the British Company and dispute arise whom captured Chinsurah?Army e Company people or British Navigators!!!!!!!!!!!! Also in this matter a Case was lodged at London to decide by a Private Party....................for who's property will be Chinsura............all the memoirs Mr Watts forgotten?Is it to believe? 

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Page 101 - Behar and Orissa, shall remain in the possession of the English, nor will I ever allow them any more to settle in the three Provinces.
Page 103 - Whenever I demand the English assistance, I will be at the charge of the maintenance of their troops.
Page 100 - I swear by God, and the Prophet of God, to abide by the Terms of this Treaty whilst I have life.44 Treaty made with the Admiral and Colonel Clive (Sabat Jang Bahadur), Governor Drake and Mr.
Page 22 - Delhi, (hall not be difputed or taken from them, and the immunities therein mentioned ftand good and to be acknowledged. Whatever villages are given by the Phirmaund to the Company, fhall likewife be granted, notwithftanding they have been denied them by former Soubahdars; but the Zemindars of thefe villages are not to be hurt or difplaced without caufe.
Page 91 - Mints, with an Infcription of his Name and Titles, the Year of his Reign, and the Place it was ffruck at.
Page 118 - Nabob, and was within a few hours march of him when he was taken prifoner, which Mr. Law hearing of he advanced no farther. Soon after, the colonel detached a party in...
Page 102 - Council, to be difpofed of by them to whom they think proper. VIII. Within the ditch, which furrounds the borders of Calcutta, are tracts of land belonging to feveral Zeminders, befides this, I will grant the Englifh Company fix hundred yards without the ditch.
Page 132 - The Company, by an accession of territory,. has an opportunity of making an ample settlement ; which under proper management, may not only be extremely serviceable to her, but also to the nation ; and having a revenue from these lands, the mint at Calcutta, and the lease of saltpetre at Patna, which amounts on the whole to one hundred thousand pounds a year, there is a provision against future dangers upon the spot, and without...
Page 3 - Council, in an otherwise innocuous text provides an archetypical account of the racial divisions of the East Indies: The two great nations, inhabiting this part of the Indies, differ widely from each other in their complexions, languages, manners, disposition, and religion. The Moguls who are commonly called Moors or Moormen, are a robust, stately, and, in respect to the original natives, a fair people. . . they are naturally vain, affect shew and pomp in everything, are much addicted to luxury,...
Page 24 - I have figned and fealed the foregoing articles upon thefe terms, 'that if the governor and council will fign and feal them with the Company's feal, and will fwear to the performance on their part, I then confent and agree to them. Then followed tbe Nabob's feal ; and Meer Jaffier, and Rajah, Dullub, two of his minifters, alfo underfigned it.

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