Considerations on India affairs: particularly respecting the present state of Bengal and its dependencies : with a map of those countries, chiefly from actual surveys
A series of arguments questioning the wisdom of the East India Company's management of Indian commerce and government, supported by numerous documents. The author was a former servant of the Company.
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