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  1. 'A New Account of the East-Indies: Being the Observations and Remarks of Capt. Alexander Hamilton who resided in those parts from the Year 1688, to 1723, Trading and Travelling, by Sea and Land, to most of the countries and Islands of Commerce and Navigation, between the Cape of Good-Hope, and the Island of Japan. The Second Edition. Volume I.' [‎183] (238/466)

    their holy Zeal abated, and they were content to admit of a Treaty, but, before the Treaty was concluded, Sir Abraham dazd., and one Mr. Humphrey Cook, who was next in Commiflion, continued the Treaty, and articled, ... been a Bone of Contention for both Parties ever lince. M r. Cook, according to the Treaty, took ...

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  2. 'A New Account of the East-Indies: Being the Observations and Remarks of Capt. Alexander Hamilton who resided in those parts from the Year 1688, to 1723, Trading and Travelling, by Sea and Land, to most of the countries and Islands of Commerce and Navigation, between the Cape of Good-Hope, and the Island of Japan. The Second Edition. Volume I.' [‎335] (394/466)

    of the Eaft Indies. 355 The Dutch have fortitied Mmaar, and make ufe of it for a Prifon for Indian Prin ces, whom they can overpower or circutn- vene, when they are fufpefted of making Treaties contrary ... is made up, and Treaties of Peace ready to be ligned, then the Conqueror, their dear Ally and Friend, muft ...

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  3. Letter No. 28: Rawson Hart Boddam, John Torlesse, Robert Sparks, Charles Bourchier, James Morley, Alexander Callander and John Beaumont, Council at Bombay Castle, to Edward Galley, Resident at Bushire

    that a treaty of peace [Treaty of Mangalore] has been concluded between the Honourable Company and Tippee Sultan ...

    2 images in record Ref: IOR/R/15/1/4, ff 32v-33 Date(s): 7 Apr 1784
  4. Letter No. 19: William Digges Latouche, Resident at Basra, to Edward Galley, Resident at Bushire

    treaties with Spain, France and America., Archives and Manuscripts, India Office Records, Qatar Foundation ...

    1 image in record Ref: IOR/R/15/1/4, f 30 Date(s): 24 Dec 1783
  5. 'A New Account of the East-Indies: Being the Observations and Remarks of Capt. Alexander Hamilton who resided in those parts from the Year 1688, to 1723, Trading and Travelling, by Sea and Land, to most of the countries and Islands of Commerce and Navigation, between the Cape of Good-Hope, and the Island of Japan. The Second Edition. Volume I.' [‎363] (422/466)

    the old Treaty, and to make a new one detrimental to all Britijh Subjects, except thofe employed by Co Met ... then •being obliged to proceed with the Ship to the City, I underftood the Conditions of the new Treaty ... fions to make me llay, but to no Purpole, unlefs I might trade on the old and lawtul Treaty They kept me ...

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  6. 'A Journey from Bengal to England, through the Northern part of India, Kashmire, Afghanistan, and Persia, and into Russia, by the Caspian-Sea. By George Forster. In the Civil Service of the Honourable the East-India Company in Two Volumes. Vol. I.' [‎168] (193/342)

    or depart from this treaty,' upon condition that my beloved fon MuzzufFer Jung do adhere Ct to it alfo on his part. In witnefs whereof, thefe lines are writ- “ ten in the Ryle of a treaty. By the grace ... the tenor of his treaty with MuzzufFer Jung, to whom, on the fuccefs of the Mahratta campaign, he gave ...

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  7. 'A Journey from Bengal to England, through the Northern part of India, Kashmire, Afghanistan, and Persia, and into Russia, by the Caspian-Sea. By George Forster. In the Civil Service of the Honourable the East-India Company in Two Volumes. Vol. I.' [‎151] (176/342)

    with the Vizier: and having met him at Allahabad, in the month of Aiignfi, 1765, a^treaty of peace was finally concluded. The fub- ftance was,—That there fhould be a perpetual treaty of peace be tween the contrafting ...

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  8. 'A Journey from Bengal to England, through the Northern part of India, Kashmire, Afghanistan, and Persia, and into Russia, by the Caspian-Sea. By George Forster. In the Civil Service of the Honourable the East-India Company in Two Volumes. Vol. I.' [‎152] (177/342)

    of the Vizier, who may have affifled the Englifh during the late war, be pardoned; — and, That this treaty remain ... of the treaty, a private agree ment, * The a£t of reinftating the Vizier in his dominion, not only contributed ...

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  9. 'A Journey from Bengal to England, through the Northern part of India, Kashmire, Afghanistan, and Persia, and into Russia, by the Caspian-Sea. By George Forster. In the Civil Service of the Honourable the East-India Company in Two Volumes. Vol. I.' [‎163] (188/342)

    the deligns of this prince. That fome parts of the treaty now entered into, between the Engliih Government ... . . . . _ X 2 In ® The treaty of 1773, contains little important matter, nor would I fatigue the reader with its perufal, did ...

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