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    be seriously affected. " And this being an object which concerns India " alone, should be paid for out ... India, personal—but it may be assumed as certain that the "heirs and successors" of Toorkee will expect ...

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    to the Government of India,—" Imperial " Government are to take half the expense." But this Office has always ... iiohi i t J:ov is a contingency which need scarcely be antici- P The amount due to India ... a departmental Committee, composed of representatives of this Office, the Poreign and Colonial Offices, the Admi ...

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    the expense " should be equally shared by the Indian and Imperial Grovernments." Upon this the Eoreign Office addressed the following appeal ad miseri- cordiam to this Office, on the 23th August 1871 "I am directed by Earl Granville to request that " you will state to the Secretary of State for India " that his Lordship ...

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    by the Foreign Office of the part taken in Slave trade matters by the Zanzibar Agent at that time. The last ... 44 zibar Agency. Foreign Office must, therefore^ be " consulted. Delay any nomination." The date ...

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    memorandum, that India is to be fined between 5,000/.* (?) and 6,000/. (?) for a delay for which this Office ... as soon as made, both by the Secretary of State for India and the Secretary of State for foreign Affairs, ... was communicated to the Government of India; its one merit, from the Treasury point of view, is that it is the very ...

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    or maintained on a scale which will cost very much less than the moiety which India will continue to pay under the present arrangement. Mr. Eothery touches upon the question of the liability of India to pay a share ... is there any reason to- believe that, except to watch the Slave trade, a Consular officer is required there. ...

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    "to tc- 'igli.- P.S.—I believe that all the estimates we have sent in to the Foreign Office of the amount due on account of the Agency are much too high. It has been overlooked that the establishment in 1870- 71-72, was on a much less expensive scale than in subsequent years,—not costing, I believe, more ...