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Covering dates 1583-1918
Held by British Library, Asia, Pacific and Africa Collections



Home Miscellaneous  IOR/H  1600-1918

849 volumes

Conditions of access: Unrestricted

Administrative history:
IIn 1884, Frederic Danvers, the first Registrar and Superintendent of Records at the India Office, began to arrange the unbound documents in his charge. He planned a series of 'Home Miscellaneous', consisting entirely of papers relating to home affairs, to correspond with the 'Miscellaneous' sections of the Factory Records and Marine Records. The first 47 volumes more or less conformed to this plan, but the scheme then widened to include documents dealing with, and even originating from, the settlements in the East. The series became the depository of every document for which a suitable place could not be found elsewhere in the archive series, although the title remained unchanged.
62 volumes of private papers were added to Home Miscellaneous after Samuel Hill's catalogue was published in 1927, but were subsequently transferred to the European Manuscripts section of the India Office Records.

Contents:
The range of subjects covered in Home Miscellaneous is extremely wide. The bulk of the material relates to the East India Company period and especially to trade; disputes involving Company servants; revenue, financial and judicial administration in India; and to military and diplomatic operations in the sub-continent and outside (e.g. Nepal, Burma, Afghanistan).
The groups of papers found in Home Miscellaneous include:
(1) 'Birdwood Papers' i.e. the 17th century documents described in Sir George Birdwood's report of 1878, most of which went into the Factory Records series [IOR:G].
(2) 'East Indies' series [IOR:H/93-190a] consisting of correspondence on Indian affairs received by the Secretary of State's Office 1748-1784, which appears to have been made over to the Board of Control on its establishment in 1784 as a body of precedent.
(3) Wellesley Papers [IOR:H/457-479] comprising original letters from the Governors of Madras and Bombay to Marquis Wellesley. The earlier volumes have Lord Wellesley's bookplate and the collection was presumably given by him to the Board of Control.
(4) Papers left by James Cumming, head of the Revenue and Judicial Department at the Board of Control [IOR:H/525-531]. These were purchased in 1827 by the Court of Directors for £400.
(5) 'Unrecorded Papers' of the Board of Control. The group includes a register of these papers in a book with the watermark of 1811 [IOR:H/719], and an index [IOR:H/720]. This collection was split up, with some documents going into Charters [IOR:A], French in India [IOR:I/1], and Factory Records [IOR:G], but most were distributed amongst the Home Miscellaneous volumes according to subject. They may generally be distinguished by an endorsement such as Reg. No. 2357.
(6) Miscellaneous documents preserved in the Examiner's Department at East India House. There is a register compiled in 1804 [IOR:H/716] when the collection numbered 2981 documents. When Henry Waterfield compiled a list in 1876, there were only 378 documents, the bulk apparently having been destroyed when the India Office moved to Victoria Street in 1860. The collection had already been much reduced before 1814, when Thomas Fisher, a clerk in the Examiner's Department, was given the task of arranging them. 'Fisher's Papers', as they were known, were broken up and rearranged by Danvers according to subject, with many being added to Home Miscellaneous. These papers may be recognised by a double number e.g. 1990 (268), the former number being the 1804 register number, and the second apparently given by Fisher.
(7) Letter books of David Scott, Chairman of the Court of Directors [IOR:H/728-731].
(8) Papers of General John Jacob [IOR: H/549-552]
(9) Papers of Sir John Malcolm [IOR:H/733-737].
(10) Volumes from the Political Department.
(11) Old records catalogues and indexes.

Bibliography: For published catalogue with index see: S C Hill, 'Catalogue of the Home Miscellaneous Series of the India Office Records' (London, HMSO, 1927)


Notes relative to the Affairs of Native and foreign European States with the exception of the principal Native States, which are bound separately 1784 to 1798 from the Letters Home.  IOR/H/605-608  1784-1798

4 volumes

Notes relative to the Affairs of Native and foreign European States with the exception of the principal Native States, which are bound separately 1784 to 1798 from the Letters Home.  IOR/H/605  1784-1798

pp. 7-772

Contents:
Notes on, pp. 7-10 Allahabad; pp. 11-9 Adoni; pp. 23-7 Agra or Akberabad; pp. 31-9 Allyghur; pp. 43-55 Arnee; pp. 59-86 America and Americans; pp. 87-93 Amboyna (see Moluccas), Banda, Spice Islands; pp. 95-7 Cunboor; p. 103 Abdul Wahab Cawn, Jaghirdar of Chittoor; pp. 135-41 Ally Behauder; pp. 107-11 Ameer-ul-Omra of Arcot; pp. 115-29 Ameer Singh or Rama Swamy; pp. 131-4 Assam Cawn Nabob of Arcot; pp. 143-61 Angria; pp. 163-243 Allum Shah Grand Mogul, the Moguls (see Surat); pp. 251-71 Broach; pp. 275-92 Bussora; pp. 295-300 Bundelcund; pp. 303-35 Burmas, Aracan, Pegu; pp. 367-76 Barramahal; p. 379 Batavia; pp. 387-90 Bawa or Bava Duan of Tanjore; pp. 339-63 Berar; pp. 391-6 Bouncello or Bhonsilla, Boosla, Raja of Raree, Desai of Waree (see Piratical States); pp. 401-25 Cabul, Afghans, Abdallis, Timur Shah, Zemaun Shah; pp. 425-37 Cambay; pp. 441-55 Coimbatoor; pp. 457-83 Cherica or Cherical and Colastria; pp. 485-500 Coorga; pp. 501-14 Calicut, the Zamorin; pp. 517-21 Cartinaad; pp. 525-31 Cotiote (see also Pyche Raja and Malabar); pp. 533-7 Coringotte; pp. 541-71 Cannanore; pp. 573-607 Cochin, Raja of, and Dutch Settlement; pp. 609-28 Northern Circars; pp. 629-55 Columbo; pp. 657-91, Ceylon, King of Candia; pp. 695-7 Cuddalore; pp. 699-701 Caroor; pp. 703-63, Colastry, Carnatic; pp. 771-2, Chinnia Moodeley, Tanjore Moneylender.

Notes relative to the Affairs of Native and foreign European States with the exception of the principal Native States, which are bound separately 1784 to 1798 from the Letters Home.  IOR/H/606  1784-1798

pp. 1-624

Contents:
Notes on, pp. 1-4 Dindigul; pp. 5-15 Diego Garcia, Island of; pp. 17-24 Durmapatam or Durmagapatam, Island of; pp. 29-31 Eitabar Cawn; pp. 37-52 Furruckabad; pp. 57-80 Gingera Island, and Siddee of; pp. 81-95 Guicowar; pp. 97-107 Goa (see also Portuguese); pp. 109-16 Golaum Kadir Cawn, Rohilla; p. 117 Gurmapetty Soubia or Ganapa Soubeia; pp. 125-41 Holcar; pp. 149-52 Jaffnapatam in Ceylon; pp. 153-4 Jaggernaikporam or Jaggernautporam; pp. 157-65 Jeypoor or Jynagur, Raja of, Rajpoot; pp. 169-70 Joodpore, Raja of (see also Jeypoor), Sindia, Rajpoots; pp. 173-7 Jaghire, Company's; p. 179 Jaghire of Madras; pp. 181-3 Jaghires, Nabob's (see Arcot); p. 189 Isham or Hussam-ul-Mulk; pp. 193-9 Ismael Beg Cawn; pp. 201-30 Jehaunder Shah or Mirza Juan Bukt; pp. 237-50 Kurnool or Canool; pp. 253-7 Karikal (see also Tanjore); pp. 261-5 Koorimnaad or Kooremnaad or Goorumnair, Raja of; pp. 273-6 Kummer-ud-deen, Nabob of Kurpah; pp. 281-6 Laccadive Islands; pp. 289-91 Machery, Raja of, Row Raja, Rajpoot; pp. 293-328 Malwan or Pannela or Colapore, Raja of, and other Pirates; pp. 331-40 Mopillas or Moplas and Nairs; pp. 343-51 Muscat (Arabs); pp. 355-8 Manaar (see also Pearl Fishery, Ceylon); pp. 359-72 Malacca, Dutch; pp. 375-81 Molucca or Spice Islands; pp. 383-90 Masulipatam; pp. 391-415 Mauritius or Isle of France; pp. 419-25 Mangalore; pp. 429-32 Mahie; pp. 433-64 Manilla (see also Philippines); pp. 465-6 Madura, Poligars (see also Tinnevelly Investment); pp. 469-73 Mayaveram and Manar, Managoody; pp. 477-550 Malabar; pp. 553-4 Muglatore; pp. 561-70 Negapatam; pp. 573-4 Nagore; pp. 577-603 Napaul; pp. 605-8 Nellore; pp. 609-15 Nairs (see also Mopillas and Tippoo (Circumcision in 1789)); p. 617 Nana Sahib, Tanjore Claimant; pp. 621-4 Nadjif Cooly Cawn, Mogul Chief.

Notes relative to the Affairs of Native and foreign European States with the exception of the principal Native States, which are bound separately 1784 to 1798 from the Letters Home.  IOR/H/607  1784-1798

pp. 1-605

Contents:
Notes on, pp. 1-7 Oude; pp. 9-11 Ongole; pp. 13-7 Onore; pp. 21-6 Omdut-ul-Omra; p. 33 Paroor; pp. 37-9 Palnaud; pp. 41-6 Pinagra; pp. 49-78 Poligars (see respective names) and Nabob of Arcot; pp. 81-101 Portuguese (see Goa, Catholic Churches at Bombay, &c.); pp. 105-9 Persia; pp. 113-58 Pondicherry; pp. 161-4 Pullicat; pp. 165-8 Palacatcherry; pp. 169-77 Paulghaut or Paulgautcherry; pp. 181-6 Paupia Braming, Avudanum Paupia, Mr. Holland's corrupt Dubash; pp. 193-371 Pyche Raja called Kerola Vurma-Kerloody, Cotiote, Wynaad; pp. 377-98 Ramnad, Ramnadporam (see also Poligars); pp. 399-401 Rayacotta or Rycotta (Ryacotta Pass); pp. 403-57 Rohillas; pp. 463-88 Seics (see Cabul); pp. 491-7 Shevagherry, Poligar of; pp. 499-500 Salem Country; pp. 503-5 Sattimungulum; pp. 507-22 Shevagunga; pp. 523-78 Surat (see Gwicowar, French, Dutch); pp. 579-90 Salsette; pp. 591-602 Serfojee; pp. 603-5 Shreenawassa Row, Jaghirdar of Arnee.

Notes relative to the Affairs of Native and foreign European States with the exception of the principal Native States, which are bound separately 1784 to 1798 from the Letters Home.  IOR/H/608  1784-1798

pp. 1-640

Contents:
Notes on, pp. 1-29 Tellicherry; pp. 33-9 Thibet; pp. 41-81 Trincomalee; pp. 81-5 Tritchinopoly (see Isham-ul-Mulk, Mutiny); pp. 89-103 Tinnevelly (see also Poligars); p. 105 Trivadry; pp. 109-11 Tutacorin and Kilkary; pp. 117-374 Tanjore; pp. 389-511 Travancore; pp. 517-9 Vereepatchee, Poligar of; pp. 521-4 Vizagapatam; pp. 525-33 Villenoor and Baghour; pp. 537-54 Vencatagherry; pp. 557-8 Vencata Rauze Duan of Vizianagram; p. 561 Vencat Row, Arnee claimant; pp. 569-613 Wynaad and Corunbulla; p. 617 Wandiwash; p. 621 Wallajah Cantonment; p. 625 Wallajah, Nabob of Arcot; pp. 633-6 Yanam; pp. 637-40 Zamorin or Samorin (Calicut).

Notes on Asiatic Chiefs, Princes, Officers and Officials mentioned in the Enclosures to the Letters Home 1784-98.  IOR/H/608a  1784-1798

pp. 1-240

Contents:
Contains a large number of names which can hardly be found in any Dictionary of Oriental Biography.

Biographical Notices of Asiatics, 1784 to 1798, from the Enclosures, chiefly Political (Rough Draft).  IOR/H/608b  1784-1798

pp. 1-451

Contents:
This contains many names not included in H/608A and in many cases fuller notes.

Political notes.  IOR/H/609  1761-1798

Contents:
(1) pp. 1-280, Notes on the Affairs of Asof Jah (or Nizam Ali), the Nizam from 1783 to 1798, The troubles on the border, Insurrections, Fugitives and Deserters, Relations with the Raja of Berar and Sindia, Relations, political and commercial, with the Company, The Subsidiary Force known as the Madras or Ellore detachment, Nizam's relations with the French and Tipu Sultan and finally with the Marathas, of whom the Nizam was a Dependant. (2) pp. 281-470, Notes on Tipu Sultan, the internal affairs of his kingdom, and his relations with the Marathas, Nizam; the French and the Company. (3) pp. 473-80, Notes on the Guntur Circar 1766 to 1789. (4) pp. 481-500, Notes on the Gaikwar 1770 to 1796. (5) pp. 501-8, Notes on Gingera from 1761. (6) pp. 509-28, Notes on Holkar 1784 to 1797. (7) pp. 529-85, Notes on the Moguls and their relations with the Company.

Political notes.  IOR/H/610  1772-1798

Contents:
(1) pp. 589-665. Notes on the Marattas 1783 to 1798; pp. 669-82, State of Maratta Parties, Sindia and the Court of Poona, particularly Nana Furnavese, Holcar, Ally Behauder 1784-38; pp. 685-758, Marattas and the Nizam 1784 to 1798; pp. 761-74. Marattas, Nizam and Tippoo Saltaun 1783/4 to 1787; pp. 777-80, Marattas, Nizam, Tippoo and the English 1783/4 to 1796; pp. 781-800, Marattas, Hyder Ally and Tippoo Sultaun 1784 to 1797. (2) pp. 801-27, Notes on the Marattas and the English 1783 to 1797/8; pp. 829-37, Conduct of the English relative to the succession to the Peshwaship in 1795/6; pp. 841-4, Marattas and English with respect to the piratical States 1783 to 1798; pp. 845-58, Marattas and English with respect to pilgrims (traffic to Benares), Fugitives (see the Indexes); pp. 861-81, Marattas and English, Miscellaneous (see the Indexes); pp. 885-919, Marattas and English, Political relations of a general description :--Mediation, Brief Notice of the War with Tippoo Sultaun 1790-92, To be followed by Sections respecting Trade, Pilgrims, Fugitives, Military Stores, Recruiting, Pirates, Gweicowar, Cambay, Gingera; pp. 921-31, Marattas and the French 1784-88. (3) pp. 933-47, Notes on the Raja of Berar and the Peshwa 1784 to 1798; pp. 949-57, Raja of Berar and the English 1786 to 1795/6. (4) pp. 961-1064, Notes on Madajee (i.e. Mahadji) Sindia 1783 to 1798; pp. 1065-118, Sindia and the Peshwa 1784-98; pp. 1121-49, Sindia and the Moguls 1784 to 1796; pp. 1153-201, Sindia and the Northern States (Hindustan) 1784 to 1797; pp. 1277-313, Sindia and the English; pp. 1317-31, Sindia and the English Residency 1783-98. (5) pp. 1205-75, Notes on Hindustan (i.e. the Northern States) 1772-97. (6) pp. 1333-48, Treaties referred to in the Memoir.

Note: Paged in continuation of H/609


Registers of letters from India.  IOR/H/611  1773-1798

Contents:
pp. 1-10, Raja of Berar 1784 to 1797; pp. 13-28, the Gwicowar 1788 to 1796; pp. 29-45, Holcar 1784 to 1797; pp. 49-94, Malabar 1784 to 1798; pp. 95-140, Moguls 1773 to 1796, Moguls and English 1784 to 1795; pp. 143-300, Marattas 1784 to 1797, Marattas and English 1783 to 1798, Marattas and the Nizam 1783 to 1798, Marattas and Tippoo Sultaun 1783 to 1797, Marattas and French 1784 to 1789, Marattas, Nizam and Tippoo Sultaun 1784 to 1796, Marattas, English and Tippoo Sultaun 1783 to 1784, Marattas, Nizam, Tippoo Sultaun and English 1784 to 1797; pp. 303-416, Nizam 1783 to 1798, Nizam and English 1783 to 1798, Nizam and the French 1784 to 1795, Nizam and Sindia 1784 to 1798, Nizam and Raja of Berar 1785 to 1798, Nizam and Tippoo Sultaun 1783 to 1798; pp. 417-527, Sindia 1784 to 1798, Sindia and the English 1784 to 1796, Sindia and the Peshwa, Holcar and Ally Behauder 1784 to 1798, Sindia's prowess in Hindostan 1783 to 1798, Sindia and the Mogul 1784 to 1796; pp. 529-646, Tippoo Sultaun 1784 to 1794, Tippoo Sultaun and the French 1785 to 1798, Tippoo Sultaun and the Company and termination of the War of 1780-84, 1781 to 1798.

Indexes to H/559-60 and 564  IOR/H/612-614  c1770-c1800

3 volumes

Indexes to 559-60 and 564, with biographical details, chiefly of Asiatics, and notes on places.  IOR/H/612  c.1770-c.1800

Contents:
(1) pp. 1-808. Index A to C. Besides Asiatics, this includes notes on certain Europeans: pp. 131-7, William Abbott, Gen. Abercromby, Reynd. Adams (Creditor of the Nawab), Mr. Adderley, Major Affleck, Capt. Agan (French Officer), John Agnew, Lieut. James Anderson, Dr. James Anderson (Physician-General, Madras), Capt. Archdeacon,--Arnott; pp. 431-45, Capt. Baillie, Col. William Baillie, Col. Balfour, Capt. J. Bannerman, Baptiste Tailleharde (Second to Raymond in the Nizam's service), John Barendson, Lieut.-Col. Barry, Private Barry (52nd Regt.), John Batley (Secretary to Nawab Azim-ud-daula), Lieut. Bayne (71st Regt.), Lieut. Beale, Mons. Beaufort, Mr. Beaumont (Chief of Tellicherry), Chief Mate H. Becher, Begue (or Baigue) or Le Beque, Capt. Bell,--Bellasis (see Arnott), Mons. Belleore, Paul Benfield, Manoel d'Almeida Bernandez, Lieut. Andrew Bethune, G. Biddle, Capt. Joseph Bilcliffe, Lieut. Binney, Lieut. T. S. A. Bird, Col. Blaer, Capt. Blatchford, Charles Boddam (Malabar Commission), R. H. Boddam (Governor of Bombay), Capt. Bond, Mons. Bonenfaut, William Bowler (Accountant), Capt. Robert Bowles, [John] Boyd (American in Holkar's service), Col. John Brathwaite, Col. Bridges, John Bristow, Lieut. Edward Brook, Murdoch Brown, Capt. Richard Brown, Lieut. Brownrigg (King's Troops), Major James Browne (Resident at Delhi), Messrs. Bruce, Fawcett & Co., Alexander Brune (Drummer, 100th Regt.), Lieut. Alexander Buchan, Capt. Burchell, Surgeon Burette, George Bush, Marquis Bussy, Capt. George Anson Byron; pp. 770-83, Alexander Callander (Bombay Council), Sir Archibald Campbell, Col. John Campbell, Lieut. John Campbell (74th Regt.), Lieut. R. Campbell, Capt. Campbell, Mons. Canaple, -- Carrow (? Gardiner), Mons. Castan, Lieut. Chalmers. -- Chemille, Col. P. Chermont, G. Cherry, Capt. Child, Mr. Church, Hay Clephane, Mr. Clerk, Lieut.-Col. Barry Close, Lieut.-Col. Cockerell, Capt. Collins, Lieut.-Col. Collins, Lieut. Conan, Count Conway, Sir Eyre Coote, Marquess Cornwallis, Col. H. A. M. Cosby, Cornet Montague Cosby (3rd Madras N. C.), Col. Cossigny, -- Cotsford (Chief Masulipatam), William Cousins (Drummer, 98th Regt.), R. W. Coward, W. Croftes, -- Crokatt (Bombay Civilian), Charles Crommelin, Surgeon Cruso, -- Culloch, Major J. Cuppage. (2) pp. 151-306, Chromological account of the relations between Shah Alam and Sindhia 5th Feb. 1784 to 28th Oct. 1796.

Indexes to 559-60 and 564, with biographical details, chiefly of Asiatics, and notes on places.  IOR/H/613  c.1770-c.1800

pp. 1-933

Contents:
Index D to P. Besides Asiatics, includes Notes on certain Europeans: pp. 37-51, Capt. -- Dallas, Capt. -- Dalrymple, Lieut. -- Darley, Major -- Darley, Lieut. Davidson, Major Davidson, Alexander Davidson, Lieut. Davis, Col. de Boigne, Lieut.-Col. Deare, Col. de Fresne (Governor, Pondicherry), Vasco da Gama, Capt. Delancey (36th Regt.), Mons. de Morampont, Sergeant Dempster, -- Deneur (?), Lieut. John Dent, Mons. Depool, Joseph Dias, Mungo Dick (Madras Council), George Dick (Governor of Bombay), James Dighton, Mons. Doodernag (Officer of Holkar), Lieut. Richard Doolan, Lieut. Col. Doveton, Capt. Gabriel Doveton, Cornet John Doveton, Lieut. Richard Doveton, Major Alexander Dow. Charles Drake (Nawab of Arcot's Merchant), William Drake (Midshipman), Mr. Draper, Lieut. James Drummond, Col. Patrick Duff, Jonathan Duncan, Philip Dundas, Josias Dupré (Governor, Madras), John Taddy Dyne (Factor at Aleppo); pp. 79-83, N. B. Edmonstone, James Edwards, Col. Eidington, Earl of Elgin, Lieut. George Lobcey Emmitt, -- Erskine (Surat), Capt. Evans, Lieut. Evans (King's 52nd Regt.), Lieut. Eyre (King's 36th Regt.), Col. Eyres; pp. 126-36, Mr. Fairlie, Alexander Falconer, Lieut. P. Fallow, William Gannel Farmer (Malabar Commission), Lieut. Farquhar, Lieut. Roger Fennan, -- Fernand, Sebastian Fernandez, Capt. Feron (French officer), Major Firth, Richard Firth, Dr. Maurice Fitzgerald, James Fleming, Col. J. Floyd (19th Light Dragoons), Cornet Fonblanque, Lieut. Forbes, Cornet Forbes, Thomas Foresides, Mr. Forster, -- Fowke, Francis Fowkes (Resident, Benares), Col. John Fortnam, Col. Fraser, Lieut. Fraser, Capt.-Lieut. Fraser (52nd Regt.), Major Fraser (72nd Regt.), Col. Frederick, Mr. Freeman, Col. de Fresne, Capt. Frith, Ensign Funstone; pp. 238-45, Mr. Galley, Major Gardner, George Garrow, George III, Major Grove Gilles, Joshua Gillespie, Mons. Gillin, Joseph Gonsalvez (Interpreter), Francis Gordon (Tellicherry), John Gordon (Seaman), Capt. Richard Gore, Mons. Govier, Capt. J. G. Graham, Capt. Alexander Grant (Town Major, Madras), James Grant, Col. Grattan, Lieut. William Green, E. Greenway, Lieut. Gregory, -- Gregory (Madras Civilian), John Griffith (Acting Governor, Bombay); pp. 300-14, Henry Haldane (Secretary to Lord Cornwallis), -- Haliburton, James Stuart Hall, James Watson Hall (Tellicherry), Thomas Hall (a Marine), Capt. Thomas Halscott, Ensign Hamilton (74th Regt.), Lieut. Hamilton, Augustus William Handley, Gen. Harris, Capt. Hart (King's 36th Regt.), Lieut.-Col. James Hartley, Mr. Harvey, Warren Hastings, William Hawkins, Lieut. Hemmings, Mons. Herore, Capt. Hiern, -- Hizard, Lord Hobart, James Hodgson, George Isaac Hoissard, Robert Holford, [John] Hollond, Edward Hollond, John Holmes, Dr. Horne, George Hooper, Mr. Hornby, Col. M. Horne, Frank Hornsby, Dr. Horseman (Physician to Azim-ud-daula), Lord Howe, [John] Huddleston, Admiral Hughes, Capt. Hunter, Surgeon Hunter (Sindhia's Residency), -- Hunter (Magistrate, Ramghar), T. B. Hurdis, John Hutchinson (Resident at Anjengo), Lieut. Hutchinson; pp. 377-81, Samuel Ince (Factor, Tellicherry), Capt. Inchbird, Lieut. Irwin (52nd Regt.), Mr. Eyles Irwin (Madras C.S.), Isaacs (a Deserter), Edward Otto Ives (Resident at Lucknow), Mr. Jackson (Madras C.S.), Lieut. Samuel Jeauniret (6th Bengal N.C.), Richard Johnson (Madras C.S.), Lieut. Jones (76th Regt.), Richard Jones (Tellicherry), Thomas Jones (Marine), Thomas Jones (Mechanic), John Jordan (Seaman), Col. Josset (French Officer); pp. 477-83, Capt. Kelly, Col. Richard Kelly, Capt. Sir John Kennaway, Surgeon -- Kennedy, Mr. Kinchant (Resident, Rajapore), -- Kippen, Capt. J. A. Kirkpatrick (Madras Estab.), Capt. William Kirkpatrick (Resident with Nizam), Capt. Thomas Knox, Col. Knudson, -- Krose, Capt. Alexander Kyd; pp. 508-20, Surgeon Charles Laird, -- Laffernan (? Le Fresnaie), Mons. Lally, Major Lamant (100th Regt.), Lieut. Lambert, Mr. Landon (Madras C.S.), Capt. Landrum, Lieut. Lang, Col. Ross Lang, -- Lankhist (?), -- Lantstreet (?), Mons. l'Archer, Capt. Larsman, Latour (French Prisoner), Mons. Lautour, James Law, Mons. Jean Law (French Governor), -- Lawrence (Acting Postmaster), John Leavesley, Mons. Le Begue, William Lee, Mons. Le Faye, Mons. Le Fea, Mons. Le Journey, Lieut. John Leonard, Mons. Le Sage, Mons. Le Seeg, Mons. Le Tellier, Mons. Le Vassault, Mr. Lewis (Bombay Council), Robert Lewis, Lieut. Thomas Lighton, -- Mons. Limond (or Simond), -- Linch, Capt. John Little, -- Llewellyn (Vol. 76th Regt.), -- Lonsdale, Capt. Robert Long, Capt. Lowes, Mons. Lukemet, Capt. Lumley, J. Lumsden, -- Lushington, Count Luzerue, -- Lyon (Deserter); pp. 626-67, Lieut. Macalister, Capt. Macan, Capt. Colin Macaulay, Lord Macartney, Capt. Alexander Macdonald, Mr. Macdonald, George Mackay, Capt. Colin Mackenzie, Joseph Mackenzie, Cornet Roderic Mackenzie, Capt. William Macleod, Capt. Maclean, Lieut. H. Macleane, Alexander Macleod, Brig.-Gen. Norman Macleod, Lieut.-Col. D. MacNeil, Lieut. James Macorkill, Lieut. Duncan Macpherson, John Macpherson (Governor-General), Capt. Madan, Lieut. Madden (52nd Regt.), Capt. Maitland (72nd Regt.), Lieut.-Col. Henry Malcolm (Adjutant-General), Robert Malcolm (Paymaster), Sir Charles Warre Malet, Lieut. Mandy, Capt. Markham (76th Regt.), George Marin (Private, 102nd Regt.), Martin (French prisoner), Lieut. Martin, Col. Martin, Lieut. Mason, Rev. John Mason, Brig.-Gen. Richard Matthews, Lieut.-Col. Maxwell, Lieut. W. G. Maxwell, Gen. William Medows, Graeme Mercer, Lieut. Michie, Miguel (? Filoze), Mons. Miller, Thomas Minn (Factor, Tellicherry), Edward Monckton, Mons. Montigny, Mons. Monneron, Major Hugh Montgomery, Mr. Montgomery, Lieut. Edward Moor, Henry Moore, Lieut.-Col. Moorehouse, Mons. Morampont, Col. Morgan, Earl Mornington, Mr. Morris (Bombay C.S.), Surgeon Morris, Mr. Mostyn, Mons. Moberan, George Moubray, John Muller, Sir Hector Munro, Adjutant Murat, Col. John Murray, Capt. Matthew Murray, John Musselburgh; pp. 743-4, Lieut. Nash, Col. Nixon, Mr. Nixon (Conductor of Stores), Mr. Norris (Private Secretary to Governor Stratton), Lieut. Thomas Nuthall; pp. 785-8, Sir Charles Oakeley, Capt. Oakes, Lieut.-Col. Oldham, Capt. Oliver, Doctor Oliver, Oliver (Prisoner in Mysore), Lieut. Alexander Orr, Major Orr; pp. 854-72, William Page, Surgeon Paley, Lieut.-Col. William Palmer, Richard Parks, Lieut. Parr, Thomas Parry, Gilbert Pasley, Capt. Pater, Cornet James Peterson, Capt. Paterson, Messrs. Paxton & Co., Mr. Pattle, Col. Pearce, Lieut.-Col. Picke, Christopher Peile, -- Peirie, Mons. Pellette, Messrs. Pelling & De Fries, Mons. Perron, Col. Petrie, William Petrie, Mons. Peveron de Morlaix, Lieut. Philpott, Lord Pigot, Capt. Peter Pigou, Mons. Piron, Hon. W. Pitt, Mr. Place, Admiral Pocock, Col. Popham, Lieut. Powell, George Powney, Robert Powney, Doctor Price, Lieut. Price, William Andrew Price, Lieut. Purefoy.

Indexes to 559-60 and 564, with biographical details, chiefly of Asiatics, and notes on places.  IOR/H/614  c.1770-c.1800

Contents:
(1) pp. 1-428, Index R. to Z. Besides Asiatics, this includes notes on certain Europeans: pp. 56-76, Mr. Raig, George Ram, Mr. Ramsay, Capt. Rattray, Edward Ravenscroft, Capt. Rawlinson, Mons. Raymond, Capt. Alexander Read, Mr. Read, Capt. Andrew Read, Mr. Redhead, Lieut. Redman, Remond Hizard (alias Printems), Major Rennell, Mons. Repentigny, Capt. Reynolds, William Richardson (Seaman), Mr. Rickards, Capt. Riddell, James Rivett (Chief at Tanna), Lieut. Rind, Riviére, Major George Roberts, Lieut. Robertson, Lieut. G. A. Robinson, Domingo Rodriquez, Francis Rolleston, Arthur Ross (or Kadu Beg), Ensign Charles Ross, Lieut. Hugh Ross, Col. Patrick Ross, Mons. Rouger, Mons. Roustineau, Lieut. Rowan, Sir Thomas Rumbold, Capt. Rumley, John Rutledge; pp. 203-25, Anthony Sadleir, Wentworth Sage, Lieut. Saint John (36th Regt.), Mons. Saint Quentin, Mons. Salmave, Lieut. Sampson, -- Sandiford, Major Sartorius, -- Satajer, Edward Saunders, Mr. Scott (Collector, Guntur), David Scott, Capt. Francis Scott, Major Seer (French), Lieut. Michael Seton, Daniel Seton, Lieut. Shaw, James Shevoy (Drummer), Sir John Shore, Mons. Simond, Sir John Sinclair, James Sibbald, William Skinner, Capt. Slipper, John Smee, Sergeant Smith, Cecil Smith, Charles Smith, Gen. Joseph Smith, Ensign Smith, Smith (a German), Smithey (a Deserter), Vicomte Souillac, Antonio Souza, Benjamin Solomon, -- Speediman, John Snow, John Sprat, Capt. Sampson, Lawrence Shaw, -- Sprowker, -- Stables, James Stevens, -- Stevenson, Lieut.-Col. Stewart, Lieut.-Col. M. P. Sterling, G. L. Staunton, Sir Thomas Strange, Philip Stowey (Mayor of Madras), George Stratton, George Strange, Dr. Robert Storey, Lieut. William Stewart, John Strachey, Major-Gen. J. Stuart, Lieut.-Col. J. Stuart, Lieut. Francis Stuart, Hon. Charles Stuart, Sir John Sullivan, Richard Joseph Sullivan, Ensign Robert Spottiswoode, Count Suffrein, John Sykes, Capt. Symons, James Shiliveen (?), Eusign John Stuart; pp. 317-21, Mons. Tailleharde, Mons. Tardeville, James Taylor (Member of Council, Madras), Robert Taylor (Chief of Tellicherry), Surgeon F. R. Thomas, Capt. Jacob Thompson, Mr. Toms, Mr. Tope, Mr. Torin, Capt. Torriano, Mr. Townsend, Mr. Travers, Mr. Treves, Capt. Turing, Mr. Turnstone, Capt. Tutt; pp. 353-6, Joshua Uhthoff, Surgeon George Ure, Van Angelbeck, Lieut. Vallamy, Mons. Vernieux, Major Urban Vigors, Mons. Vigey; pp. 390-6, George Waddell, Prince of Wales, John Wallace, James Walker, Ensign Watt, James Watling, Joseph Watson, Lieut. Ward, Josiah Webbe, Col. Arthur Wellesley, Marquis Wellesley, Col. Welsh, T. Nicholas Westerholdet, Edward Wheler, Lieut. W. Whittle, William Whittersay, Capt. M. Wilks, Mr. Wilkinson, John Williams, Capt. Williamson, Major V. Wilson, Lieut. Willwood, Thomas Nixon Winsley, Capt. M. Wood, Col. Wood, Sir Robert Woolf, Mr. Woolley, Alexander Wynch, Lieut. Wynne; pp. 410-2, Richard Yeldsham, Lieut. Young, Mr. Yvon; p. 427, Capt. Zouch, Matthias Zuban. (2) pp. 439-75, Abstract of Correspondence relative to the Nizam 1785 to 1802. (3) pp. 479-536, Abstract of Correspondence relative to the Marathas 1784 to 1801. (4) pp. 539-92, Abstract of Correspondence relative to the Peshwa, 1785-96. (5) pp. 597-663, Abstract of Correspondence relative to Sindhia Mahadji 1783 to 1797. (6) pp. 669-80, Abstract of Correspondence relative to Holkar Tukhaji 1786 to 1794. (7) pp. 685-751, Abstract of Correspondence relative to Tipu Sultan 1783-97. (8) pp. 777-93, Abstract of Correspondence relative to Malabar 1784-93. (9) pp. 797-830, References. -- Notes on Nationalities (such as Danes, French, &c.), Places, and Subjects are included in the Notes on Asiatics. As the Notes are grouped (under each Letter) in different headings, the same name often occurs more than once.

Extracts from correspondence concerning the Marathas.  IOR/H/615  1784-1798

Contents:
(1) pp. 1-242, 353, Extracts from Bengal Letters Home respecting the Marathas 7th Feb. 1784 to 10th Jan. 1798. (2) pp. 245-311, Index to No. (1), with some biographical details. The following Europeans are mentioned, viz. Gen. Robert Abercromby, Frederick Maitland Arnott (Merchant at Lucknow), Mr. Bellasis, [John] Boyd, Mr. Callander, Lord Cornwallis, Mr. Crommelin (Governor of Bombay), Lieut. Davidson, Gen. de Boigne, Major Farmer, Col. Floyd, Mr. Forster, Col. Frederick, Lieut. Hall, Mr. Henshaw, Mr. Hunter, Richard Johnson, Capt. John Kennaway, Mons. Lally, Capt. John Little, John Macpherson, Sir C. W. Malet, Gen. William Medows, Mons. Montigny, Major William Palmer, Mons. Perron, Mons. Raymond, Capt. Reynolds, Mons. Saluce, Major Sartorius, Joshua Uhthoff, Thomas Wilkinson (Assistant Resident at Poona), Capt. Wilson. (3) pp. 317-47, Extracts from Madras Letters Home respecting the Marattas 8th June 1784 to 19th Feb. 1798. (4) pp. 357-434, Extracts from Bombay Letters Home respecting the Marattas 31st March 1784 to 25th April 1798.

Papers concerning the negotiations prior to the Second Mahratta War.  IOR/H/616  1802-1803

Contents:
(1) pp. 1-934, "Papers relative to the Negotiations and arrangements which preceded the War with the confederated Maratta Chieftains" referred to in Bengal Secret Letter 12th April 1804, including (2) to (23) below:-- (2) pp. 1-3, 16-8, 20, 22-4, 43-6, 49-52, 55, Edward Lord Clive (Governor of Madras) to Marquess Wellesley April and May 1803. (3) pp. 4-7, 151-6, 214-5, Jeswunt Rao Holkar to the Resident at Poona (Col. Barry Close); pp. 163-5, Propositions by. (4) pp. 7-12, 21-2, Lieut. James Grant (Military Secretary to the Commander-in-Chief, Madras) to N. B. Edmonstone 7th Feb. and 7th March 1803. (5) Marquess Wellesley (Governor-General, with or without Council). pp. 12-5, 35-42, 928-9, to Lord Clive 6th March to 9th May (not in Martin); pp. 907-9, to Col. J. Collins 17th April 1803 (not in Martin); pp. 930-1, to Jonathan Duncan 9th May 1803 (not in Martin); pp. 931-4, to Major-Gen. [Arthur] Wellesley 22nd April and 9th May 1803 (not in Martin). (6) pp. 19-20, John Chamier (Chief Secretary, Madras) to N. B. Edmonstone, 4th March 1803. (7) Lieut.-Gen. James Stuart (Commander-in-Chief, Madras). pp. 24-34, 44, 46-8, 53-4, to Lord Clive 10th March to 5th April 1803; pp. 742-51, 760-4, 806-8, 889-91, to Major Kirkpatrick 8th March to 9th April 1803. (8) pp. 56-7, 61-2, 85, 103-6, Jonathan Duncan (Governor of Bombay) to Marquess Wellesley 12th Dec. 1802 to 25th March 1803; pp. 62-71, 86-9, Minutes of 29th Jan. and 9th Feb. 1803. (9) pp. 58-60, Capt. [Michael] Kennedy (Acting Resident, Bancoote) to Jonathan Duncan 25th Dec. 1802. (10) Intelligence. pp. 71-84, from Bombay Government; pp. 196, 232-71, 307-38, from Col. Close at Poona; pp. 382-4, 395-400, 413-5, 435-44, 448-52, 456-7, 503-4, 508-17, 520-7, 533-41, 545-9, 565-607, 623-31, 634-71 (pp. 640-69 missing), 677-84, 695-717, 721-5, 732-3, 757-60, 778-83, 794-6, 853-77, 895-9, from Major J. A. Kirkpatrick at Hyderabad. (11) pp. 89-101, Major-Gen. Arthur Wellesley to Jonathan Duncan 20th Jan. 1803 (Printed in Gurwood, I, 325). (12) pp. 104-5, Major-Gen. Oliver Nicholls (Commander-in-Chief, Bombay) to Jonathan Duncan 10th May 1803. (13) Lieut.-Col. Barry Close (Resident at Poona). pp. 106-8, to Jonathan Duncan 23rd March 1803; pp. 108-9, 111, 125, 133, 139, 157-8, 161, 167, 173, 197-8, 216, 220-3, 249, 271-2, 288, to N. B. Edmonstone 25th Jan. to 31st March 1803; pp. 109-10, 158-60, 166, to Jeswunt Rao Holkar 24th Jan. to 13th Feb. 1803; pp. 111-3, 119-25, 339-40, to Lord Clive 26th Jan. to 10th April 1803; pp. 113-9, 134-9, 143-51, 162, 186-95, 203-12, 224-5, 235-47, 279-87, 300-6, to Marquess Wellesley 29th Jan. to 4th April 1803; pp. 126-32, 140-3, 167-71, 174-85, 275-8, to Major J. A. Kirkpatrick 30th Jan. to 2nd March 1803; pp. 198-202, 216-20, 249-58, 272-5, to Col. John Collins 22nd Feb. to 27th March 1803; pp. 228-34, 258-62, to Lieut.-Gen. James Stuart 2nd and 20th March 1803; pp. 884-8, 893-5, to Col. J. Stevenson 29th and 31st March 1803. (14) N. B. Edmonstone (Political Secretary, Bengal). pp. 156-7, 235, 247-8, 297-9, to Col. Close 6th March to 24th April 1803; pp. 415-20, 684-90, 733-6, 900, to Major J. A. Kirkpatrick 6th March to 5th May 1803; p. 927, to Col. Collins 7th May 1803. (15) pp. 212-4, Articles proposed by Edward Scott Waring (Assistant Secretary to Col. Close) for settlement between Holkar, Sindia and the Peshwa. It is not clear whether these are Holkar's own proposals or simply proposals drafted by Waring. (16) pp. 225-8, Dowlut Rao Sindia to Col. Close received 3rd March 1803. (17) Col. J. Stevenson (C.O. Subsidiary Force, Hyderabad). pp. 288-96, to Col. Close 24th March 1803; pp. 481-99, 725-9, 768-71, 788-9, 802-5, 820-2, 828-31, 839-45, 882-4, to Major J. A. Kirkpatrick 23rd Feb. to 8th April 1803. (18) Major James Achilles Kirkpatrick (Resident at Hyderabad). pp. 341-50, 372-82, 388-95, 405-11, 421-33, 504-8, 517-20, 527-33, 543-4, 556-64, 616-8, 632-4, 691-5, 736-41, 771, 778, 790-4, 800-2, 810-7, 834-8, 849-53, 878-82, to Marquess Wellesley 9th Feb. to 16th April 1803; pp. 351-5, 358-62, 369-71, 400-4, 433-5, 541-2, 618-20, 718-21, 754-7, 797, 847-9, to Col. Close 1st Feb. to 10th April 1803; pp. 355-8, 363-4, to Lord Clive 2nd and 6th Feb. 1803; pp. 364-6, 550, 760, to N. B. Edmonstone 12th Feb. to 27th March 1803; pp. 385-8, 411-3, 416-81, 672-6, 730-1, 784-7, 798-800, 831-4, to Col. J. Stevenson 15th Feb. to 6th April 1803; pp. 444-6, 452-5, to Azim-ul-Omrah 7th and 9th Feb. 1803; pp. 553-6, to J. A. Grant 11th Feb. 1803; pp. 607-15, 620-2, 751-4, 765-8, 809-10, 817-9, 826-8, 845-6, 891-2, to Lieut.-Gen. James Stuart 5th March to 14th April 1803; pp. 822-4, to Major S. Irton 4th April 1803; pp. 457-60, Observations submitted to the Nizam 11th Feb. 1803. (19) pp. 367-8, 550-3, J. A. Grant (Secretary, Bombay) to Major Kirkpatrick 3rd to 21st Feb. 1803. (20) pp. 446-8, 455, Azim-ul-Omrah to Major Kirkpatrick 7th and 10th Feb. 1803. (21) pp. 501-3, Nizam to Col. J. Stevenson 14th Feb. 1803. (22) pp. 825-6, Major Samuel Irton to Major Kirkpatrick 30th March 1803. (23) pp. 901-6, 909-26, Col. John Collins (Resident with Sindia) to Marquess Wellesley 19th March to 9th April 1803.

Correspondence of Major James Kirkpatrick, Resident at Hyderabad, concerning Maratha affairs.  IOR/H/617  1802-1803

Contents:
(1) pp. 1-347, Correspondence regarding Maratha Affairs between the Supreme Government and the Resident at Hyderabad 27th Oct. 1802 to 2nd Jan. 1803, including (2) to (5) below:-- (2) Major J. A. Kirkpatrick (Resident at Hyderabad). pp. 1-5, 13-7, 34-41, 61-70, 97-100, 116-21, 129-33, 146-55, 167-73, 191, 193-200, 233-9, 267-73, 309-16, 331-40, to Marquess Wellesley (Governor-General) 29th Oct. 1802 to 2nd Jan. 1803; pp. 41-4, 79-83, 113-6, 208-20, 275-84, 329-30, 341-2, to Col. Barry Close (Resident at Poona) 3rd Nov. 1802 to 1st Jan. 1803; pp. 70-9, 156-8, to Lord Clive (Governor of Madras) 11th Nov. to 4th Dec. 1802; pp. 155-6, to N. B. Edmonstone (Political Secretary, Bengal) 4th Dec. 1802; pp. 229-33, to Azim-ul-Omrah 11th Dec. 1802. (3) pp. 6-13, 18-34, 45-61, 90-7, 101-13, 122-8, 134-46, 159-67, 173-90, 200-8, 220-9, 239-67, 273-5, 284-309, 316-22, 342-7, Intelligence from Kirkpatrick. (4) pp. 84-90, Jeswunt Rao Holkar to the Nizam 16th Nov. 1802. (5) pp. 322-9, Azim-ul-Omrah to Major Kirkpatrick 26th Dec. 1802.

Correspondence of Lt Col Barry Close, Resident at Poona, concerning Maratha affairs.  IOR/H/618  1802-1803

Contents:
(1) pp. 1-390, Correspondence regarding Maratha Affairs between the Supreme Government and the Resident at Poona 29th July 1802 to 11th Feb. 1803, including (2) to (11) below:-- (2) Lieut.-Col. Barry Close (Resident at Poona). pp. 1-38, 44-71, 79-113, 130-76, 180-99, 230-54, 259-67, 329-30, 354-74, to Marquess Wellesley 29th July 1802 to 23rd Jan. 1803; pp. 38-41, 341-2, to Jonathan Duncan 24th Aug. 1802 and 11th Jan. 1803; pp. 41-2, 316-7, to Jeswunt Rao Holkar 24th Aug. 1802 and 3rd Jan. 1803; pp. 43-4, 319-20, to Dowlut Rao Sindia 24th Aug. 1802 and 9th Jan. 1803; pp. 129, 178-80, 345-53, to Lord Clive (Governor of Bombay) 21st Sept. 1802 to 15th Jan. 1803; pp. 177-8, 200-29, 254-6, 322-7, 378-86, to Major J. A. Kirkpatrick 20th Oct. 1802 to 21st Jan. 1803; pp. 235, 314, 319, 322, 344, 377, to N. B. Edmonstone 16th Nov. 1802 to 24th Jan. 1803; pp. 269-89, Persian correspondence with Holkar; pp. 289-90, to (?) Malcolm 1st Dec. 1802. (3) pp. 71-8, Intelligence from Close at Poona. (4) pp. 113-28, Propositions received by Close from the Peshwa 20th Sept. 1802 with replies. (5) pp. 129-30, Peshwa to Lord Clive, n.d. (6) pp. 256-8, 291-312, 343-4, N. B. Edmonstone to Close 22nd Nov. to 11th Feb. 1803. (7) pp. 315-6, 374-6, Jeswunt Rao Holkar to Close 6th Jan. 1803. (8) pp. 331-6, Ram Chunder Hurry to Capt. Michael Kennedy at Bancoote 2nd Jan. 1803. (9) pp. 336-9, John Williams (Acting Sub-Secretary, Bombay) to Capt. Kennedy 14th Jan. 1803. (10) pp. 340-1, Jonathan Duncan and Bombay Council to Marquess Wellesley 14th Jan. 1803. (11) pp. 387-90, Marquess Wellesley to Lord Clive 29th Nov. 1802 (not in Martin).

Correspondence of Edward Lord Clive, Governor of Madras, Major James Kirkpatrick, Resident at Hyderabad, and Col John Collins, Resident with Sindia, concerning Maratha affairs.  IOR/H/619  1802-1803

Contents:
(1) pp. 1-382, Correspondence regarding Maratha Affairs between the Supreme Government and the Governor of Madras, the Resident at Hyderabad and the Resident with Sindia, including (2) to (14) below:-- (2) Marquess Wellesley (Governor-General). pp. 1-7, to Lord Clive 31st Dec. 1802 and 8th Jan. 1803 (not in Martin); pp. 329-32, to Sindia 13th Sept. 1802 (not in Martin). (3) Edward Lord Clive (Governor of Madras). pp. 8-20, 42-4, 58-9, 73-7, to Marquess Wellesley November 1802 to January 1803; pp. 31-6, 55-8, 69-72, to Major-Gen. Arthur Wellesley 8th to 26th Dec. 1802; pp. 36-42, 59-61, to Col. Barry Close (Resident at Poona) 10th to 26th Dec. 1802; pp. 78-83, to Major Kirkpatrick 25th Jan. 1803. (4) pp. 21-31, Lieut.-Gen. James Stuart (Commander-in-Chief, Madras) to Marquess Wellesley, n.d. (5) Major-Gen. Arthur Wellesley (Commanding in Mysore). pp. 44-51, to Gen. James Stuart 4th Dec. 1802 (Printed in Gurwood, I, 311); pp. 62-7, 72-3, 84, to Lord Clive 19th Dec. 1802 (Printed in Gurwood, I, 318), 18th Jan. and 11th Feb. 1803 (not in Gurwood). (6) pp. 51-5, 67-9, Bapujee Ganesh Goklah and Singi Bugwunt to Gen. Arthur Wellesley 13th Nov. to 16th Dec. 1802. (7) N. B. Edmonstone (Political Secretary, Bengal). p. 84, to John Chamier (Chief Secretary, Madras) 16th Feb. 1803; pp. 87-101, 149-64, 198-207, to Major Kirkpatrick 16th Nov. 1802 to 11th Feb. 1803; pp. 317-21, 338-9, 340-50, 365, to Col. J. Collins 17th Nov. to 30th Dec. 1802. (8) Major J. A. Kirkpatrick (Resident at Hyderabad). pp. 101-8, 120-37, 164-9, 184-9, 207-11, 233-43, to Marquess Wellesley 5th to 30th Jan. 1803; pp. 117-9, 190-2, 197-8, 230-3, to Col. Barry Close 3rd to 26th Jan. 1803; pp. 181-3, Proposed reply to Jeswunt Rao Holkar 17th Jan. 1803; pp. 192-7, to Lord Clive 17th Jan. 1803; pp. 227-30, to Azim-ul-Omrah 26th Jan. 1803; p. 233, to N. B. Edmonstone 28th Jan. 1803. (9) pp. 109-17, 137-46, 170-81, 183-4, 243-58, 262-4, Intelligence from Kirkpatrick at Hyderabad. (10) The Nizam. pp. 147-9, 258-62, to Dowlut Rao Sindia 11th and 26th Jan. 1803; pp. 264-7, to Jeswunt Rao Holkar 26th Jan. 1803. (11) Jeswunt Rao Holkar. pp. 211-27, to the Nizam 20th Jan. 1803; pp. 356-7, to Col. J. Collins 8th Dec. 1802. (12) pp. 268-72, Azim-ul-Omrah to Major Kirkpatrick 29th Jan. 1803. (13) Col. John Collins (Resident with Sindia). pp. 275-307, 310-6, 321-8, 352-4, 359-63, 366-70, 372-80, to Marquess Wellesley 15th July 1802 to 26th Jan. 1803; pp. 307-10, 339-40, 351-2, 363-5, 371, to N. B. Edmonstone; pp. 354-6, to Jeswunt Rao Holkar 15th Sept. 1802. (14) Dowlut Rao Sindia. pp. 332-7, to Marquess Wellesley 29th Nov. 1802; pp. 381-2, to Col. J. Collins 15th Jan. 1803.

Papers concerning the Treaty of Bassein (1802) and the Maratha War.  IOR/H/620  1798-1803

Contents:
(1) pp. i-iv, Lists of Letters on Maratha Affairs received from Bengal subsequent to the Treaty of Bassein 31st May 1805. (2) pp. 1-445, Secret Department, Bengal Letters and Enclosures 24th Dec. 1802 to 19th April 1803, relating to the Treaty of Bassein and the Maratha War, including (3) to (15) below:-- (3) pp. 5-14, Extracts from Secret Letters to Bengal 10th Sept. and 13th Dec. 1800, advising caution in reference to renewal of Negotiations for the establishment of a British Subsidiary Force at Poona. (4) Marquess Wellesley (with or without Council). pp. 17-44, to Secret Committee 24th Dec. 1802 (Printed in Martin, III, 3); pp. 193-206, 14th Feb. 1803 (not in Martin); pp. 363-92 (Printed in Martin, III, 72); pp. 189-92, to Jonathan Duncan (Governor of Bombay) 29th Nov. 1802 (not in Martin); pp. 275-82, to Lord Clive (Governor of Madras) 30th Dec. 1802 (not in Martin); pp. 291-304, 2nd Feb. 1803 (Printed in Martin, III, 41); pp. 319-31, 3rd Feb. 1803 (Printed in Martin, III, 46); pp. 421-5, 4th April 1803 (not in Martin). (5) N. B. Edmonstone (Political Secretary, Bengal). pp. 45-122, 153-86, 237-65, 307-13, 335-51, 429-30, to Lieut.-Col. Close 23rd June 1802 to 30th March 1803; pp. 315-8, to Major J. A. Kirkpatrick (Resident at Hyderabad) 3rd Feb. 1803; pp. 355-9, to Col. John Collins, n.d. (6) pp. 125-35, Col. William Palmer (Resident at Poona) to Marquess Wellesley 30th Nov. 1801. (7) pp. 137-46, Lieut.-Col. Barry Close (Resident at Poona) to Marquess Wellesley 14th Oct. 1802. (8) pp. 149-50, Ragunath Rao (i.e. the Peshwa Baji Rao) to Marquess Wellesley 25th Oct. 1802. (9) p. 207, Propositions by Jeswunt Rao Holkar. (10) pp. 209-31, Treaty between the British and the Peshwa; pp. 233-5, Schedule of Territories ceded by the Peshwa to the Company. (11) pp. 269-72, 395-404, 437-45, Col. John Collins (Resident with Sindia) to Marquess Wellesley 19th Dec. 1802 to 30th March 1803. (12) pp. 283-5, Letters from Amrut Row and Moraba Phurnavees to Marquess Wellesley 19th Dec. 1802. (13) pp. 287-9, Dowlut Rao Sindia to Marquess Wellesley 13th Dec. 1802. (14) pp. 409-19, Lieut.-Gen. James Stuart (Commander-in-Chief, Madras) to Major-Gen. Arthur Wellesley 9th March 1803. (15) p. 433, Extract from 9th Article of the Treaty of Hyderabd 1798. (16) pp. 449-600, Secret Department, Madras Letters and Enclosures 17th Nov 1802 to 6th May 1803, Relating to the Treaty of Bassein and the Maratha War, including (17) to (21) below:-- (17) Edward Lord Clive (Governor of Madras). pp. 453-6, 465-88, 529-33, to the Court of Directors 17th Nov. 1802 to 6th May 1803; pp. 505-23, to Lieut.-Gen. James Stuart 27th Feb. 1803. (18) pp. 461-2, Lieut.-Col. Barry Close to Lord Clive 25th Oct. 1802. (19) pp. 489-503, Marquess Wellesley to Lord Clive 2nd Feb. 1803 (Printed in Martin, III, 41. See (4) above). (20) pp. 525-7, Lieut.-Gen. James Stuart to Lord Clive 23rd Feb. 1803. (21) Major John Malcolm's (p. 537) List of Maratha Sirdars and Jagirdars who had joined Major-Gen. Wellesley; pp. 541-77, Memorandum of the State of the Southern Rajas, Sirdars and Jagirdars of the Maratha Empire, and, pp. 581-600, letters to Lord Clive 3rd and 24th April 1803.

War with Sindia  IOR/H/621-624  1801-1804

4 volumes

War with Sindhia 1803-1804.  IOR/H/621  1803

Contents:
(1) pp. i-ii, 1-645, Secret Department, Bengal Enclosures 20th June to 28th Dec. 1803 relative to the War with Sindia and the Raja of Berar. (2) pp. i-ii, List of Contents. (3) pp. 1-3, List of Extracts from the Correspondence of Lord Clive, Gen. James Stuart, Major-Gen. Arthur Wellesley, and Major John Malcolm 22nd Feb. to 15th May 1803. (4) Lieut.-Col. Barry Close (Resident at Poona). pp. 263-6, 589-600, to Marquess Wellesley 21st May to 13th Aug. 1803; p. 267, to Ballajee Koonjur 18th May 1803. (5) N. B. Edmonstone (Political Secretary, Bengal). p. 273, to Col. John Collins 5th May 1803; pp. 277-92, Instructions to Col. Collins 3rd June 1803; pp. 309, 315-32, 605-15, to Lieut.-Col. Close 7th May to 18th Sept. 1803; pp. 311-4, Notes for a Despatch to Col. Close; pp. 577-86, to John Melville (Judge of Dacca) 3rd Aug. 1803, ordering him to join the expedition to Cuttack as Political Officer. (6) Marquess Wellesley (Governor-General). pp. 293-7, to Dowlut Rao Sindia 3rd June 1803 (not in Martin); pp. 301-4, to Raja Raghuji Bhonsla 13th May 1803 (Printed in Martin, III, 99); pp. 533-8, 14th July 1803 (not in Martin); pp. 339-45, to the Peshwa 9th June 1803 (Printed in Martin, III, 135); pp. 433-67, to Lieut.-Gen. Gerard Lake (Commander-in-Chief) 27th July 1803 (Printed in Martin, III, 208); pp. 471-85, to Major-Gen. Arthur Wellesley 26th June 1803 (Printed in Martin, III, 149); pp. 489-503, 27th June 1803 (Printed in Martin, III, 153); pp. 561-74, to Lieut.-Col. [? Colin] Campbell (C.O. Northern Division of the Army) 3rd Aug. 1803 (Printed in Martin, III, 268); pp. 419-30, Minute on the Operations of the Army in the event of war with Sindia 28th June 1803, forwarded to Gen. Lake with letter of the same date (Printed in Martin, III, 167). (7) pp. 347-52, 389-417, 513-23, Col. J. Collins (Resident with Sindia) to Marquess Wellesley 13th May to 6th July 1803; pp. 505-9, Memorial to Sindia 12th June 1803. (8) Major-Gen. Arthur Wellesley. pp. 357-9, to Marquess Wellesley 13th March 1803 (Printed in Gurwood, I, 351); pp. 361-70, 15th April 1803 (Printed in Gurwood, I, 396); pp. 373-8, 21st April 1803 (Printed in Gurwood, p. 404); pp. 378-84, 27th May 1803 (Printed in Gurwood, I, 464); pp. 621-33, 6th Oct. 1803 (Printed in Gurwood, I, 763); pp. 635-9, to Balaji Koonjur 5th Oct. 1803 (Printed in Gurwood, I, 761); pp. 639-40, to Nabob Moein-ul-Mulk 5th Oct. 1803 (Printed in Gurwood, I, 762); pp. 643-5, Armistice with Sindia 23rd Nov. 1803 (Printed in Gurwood, II, 878, note). (9) Dowlut Rao Sindia. pp. 525-7, to Marquess Wellesley 31st July 1803 (Printed in Martin, III, 250); pp. 545-8, to Gholaum Mahomed Khan, n.d. (10) pp. 529-31, 541-3, Raghuji Bhonsla (Raja of Nagpur) to Marquess Wellesley 31st July and 6th Aug. 1803. (11) pp. 553-8, Letters from Col. Perron to Col. Pedron found in the Fort at Allyghur after its capture 1st Sept. 1803 and n.d. (in French). (12) pp. 617-9, Treaty concluded between Maharaja Ranjit Singh and Lord Lake 29th Sept. 1803. (13) p. 625, Balaji Koonjur to Major-Gen. Arthur Wellesley 30th Sept. 1803.

War with Sindhia 1803-1804.  IOR/H/622  1802-1803

Contents:
(1) pp. i-ii, List of Contents. (2) pp. 1-928, Secret and Political Department, Bombay Letters and Enclosures to Court of Directors 20th Oct. 1802 to 24th Sept. 1803 relative to the War with Sindia and the Raja of Berar, including (2) to (24) below:-- (3) pp. 1-40, 81-7, 113-7, 153-8, 189-206, 221-47, 253-61, 285-7, 301-3, 385-401, 479-83, 583, 627-47, 853-4, 867-8, 923-5, Bombay Secret and Political Letters 20th Oct. 1802 to 24th Sept. 1803. (4) pp. 45-7, Baji Rao Peshwa to Jonathan Duncan 30th Aug. 1802; pp. 290-1, Order to the Gaikwar to surrender certain Sanads and places to the British. (5) Jonathan Duncan (Governor of Bombay). pp. 49-50, to Major John Malcolm 5th Nov. 1802; pp. 77-9, to the Peshwa 5th Nov. 1802; pp. 293-9, to Rowjee Appajee 27th April 1803; pp. 841-50, 919-20, to Major-Gen. Arthur Wellesley 23rd Aug. and 6th Sept. 1803; pp. 265-80, 883-900, Minutes of 11th and 14th April and 5th Sept. 1803. (6) pp. 50-74, Major John Malcolm to Jonathan Duncan 5th Nov. 1802, Opinion on the policy to be followed by the Bombay Government in relation to the Peshwa. (7) Lieut.-Col. Barry Close (Resident at Poona). pp. 89, 289-91, 325, 561, 569, 587, 613, 701, 704, 725, 741, 745, 769, 775, 779, 797, 825, to Jonathan Duncan 5th Dec. 1802 to 15th Aug. 1803, Purely formal letters; pp. 90-110, 209-14, to Marquess Wellesley 28th Nov. 1802 to 16th March 1803; pp. 215-9, to Jeswunt Rao Holkar, n.d.; pp. 349-64, to the Secret Committee, London, 15th May 1803; pp. 581-2, 607-12, to Col. John Collins 14th April and 15th July 1803; pp. 615-25, to Major-Gen. Arthur Wellesley 10th July 1803. (8) Marquess Wellesley (Governor-General). pp. 121-2, 133-4, 451, 487, 541, to Jonathan Duncan 16th Nov. 1802 to 21st June 1803 (not in Martin); pp. 452-67, to the Peshwa 9th June 1803 (Printed in Martin, III, 135); pp. 525-37, to Dowlut Row Sindia 3rd June 1803 (not in Martin). (9) N. B. Edmonstone (Political Secretary, Bengal). pp. 123-6, 137-49, 405-49, 556-8, to Lieut.-Col. Close 16th Nov. 1802 to 20th June 1803; pp. 487-524, 542-50, to Col. John Collins 3rd to 18th June 1803. (10) p. 129, J. A. Grant (Secretary, Bombay) to William Ramsay (Secretary at the East India House) 12th Dec. 1802, Purely formal. (11) pp. 161-87, Treaty between the Company and Baji Rao, concluded at Bassein by Lieut.-Col. Barry Close 31st Dec. 1802. (12) pp. 305-23, 739-40, Intelligence regarding the Marathas. (13) Col. John Collins (Resident with Sindia). pp. 325-37, 341, 569, 595-600, 683-4, to Lieut.-Col. Close 1st May to 18th July 1803; pp. 326-9, 337-9, 342-3, 561-4, 570-80, 601-2, 654-69, 685-93, 702-3, 741-4, to Marquess Wellesley 30th April to 23rd July 1803; pp. 330-6, 339-40, 693-9, 753-6, 23rd July 1803 (Printed in Gurwood, I, 585, note), 810-1, 31st July 1803 (Printed in Gurwood, I, 593, note); to Major-Gen. Arthur Wellesley, pp. 725-36, 21st July 1803 (Printed in Gurwood, I, 581, note); pp. 747-52, 24th July 1803 (Printed in Gurwood, I, 584, note); pp. 758-63, 25th July 1803 (Printed in Gurwood, I, 585, note); pp. 769-74, 26th July 1803 (Printed in Gurwood, I, 587, note); pp. 779-87, 30th July 1803 (Printed in Gurwood, I, 588, note); pp. 799-806, 1st Aug. 1803 (not in Gurwood); pp. 811-5 (Printed in Gurwood, I, 620, note); pp. 789-91, to Jadoon Rao Bhow 28th July 1803 (Printed in Gurwood, I, 590, note); pp. 791-6, to Raghuji Bhonsla 30th July 1803 (Printed in Gurwood, I, 590, note). (14) pp. 343-4, 808-9, Dowlut Rao Sindia to Col. Collins 2nd May and 30th July 1803. (15) p. 369, List of the Principal Sirdars who attended the Peshwa on the occasion of his restoration to the Musnud on 13th May 1803. (16) Raghuji Bhonsla (Raja of Nagpur). pp. 373-9, to Azim-ul-Omrah 4th May 1803; pp. 815-9, to Major-Gen. Arthur Wellesley 6th Aug. 1803 (Printed in Gurwood, I, 621, note); p. 757, to Col. Collins 24th July 1803 (Printed in Gurwood, I, 585, note). (17) pp. 471-7, Edward Lord Clive (Governor of Madras) to Jonathan Duncan 16th June 1803. (18) pp. 550-6, Richard Ahmuty (Officiating Judge and Magistrate of Mirzapore) to N. B. Edmonstone 7th June 1803, with letters from J. T. Meiselback relative to Sindia's orders to the Raja and Nawab Ghani Bahadur to raid the Company's territories. (19) Major-Gen. Arthur Wellesley (Commanding in the Territories of the Peshwa) to Col. Collins, pp. 669-78, 14th July 1803 (Printed in Gurwood, I, 549), pp. 764-8, 29th July 1803 (Printed in Gurwood, I, 582), pp. 775-8, 31st July 1803 (Printed in Gurwood, I, 600); to Marquess Wellesley, pp. 705-24 [24th July 1803] (Printed in Gurwood, I, 522), pp. 746-7, 29th July 1803 (Printed in Gurwood, I, 581), pp. 825-36, 12th Aug. 1803 (Printed in Gurwood, I, 625); pp. 737-8, to Major A. Walker 26th July 1803 (Printed in Gurwood, I, 580); pp. 745-6, to Lieut.-Gen. James Stuart (Commander-in-Chief, Madras) 29th July 1803 (Printed in Gurwood, I, 593); pp. 797-8, to Lord Clive [6th Aug. 1803] (Printed in Gurwood, I, 620); pp. 819-22, to Dowlut Rao Sindia 6th Aug. 1803 (Printed in Gurwood, I, 616); pp. 822-4, to Officer Commanding in territories of Gaikwar 6th Aug. 1803 (Printed in Gurwood, I, 619); to Jonathan Duncan, p. 841, 17th Aug. 1803 (not in Gurwood), pp. 875-8, 29th Aug. 1803 (Printed in Gurwood, I, 665), pp. 927-8, 12th Sept. 1803 (Printed in Gurwood, I, 698). (20) pp. 679-82, Dundoo Bullal, Subedar of Loghur, to Jonathan Duncan 19th July 1803. (21) pp. 788-9, Jadoon Rao Bhow to Col. Collins 28th July 1803 (Printed in Gurwood, I, 590, note). (22) pp. 807-8, Capt. Daniel Lyons (Commanding the Escort) to Col. Collins 31st July 1803, Roads impassable for Guns and Camels owing to the Rain. (23) Lieut.-Col. H. Woodington. pp. 857, 861, to Jonathan Duncan 25th and 29th Aug. 1803; pp. 857-64, to Major-Gen. Arthur Wellesley 25th and 29th Aug. 1803, Capture of the Fort of Broach. (24) pp. 903-15, Instructions from Major-Gen. Oliver Nicholls to Col. Murray (Commanding in Gujerat) 6th Sept. 1803.

War with Sindhia 1803-1804.  IOR/H/623  1801-1804

Contents:
(1) pp. i, 387-8, Lists of Contnents. (2) pp. 1-384, Secret Department, Enclosures to Bengal Secret Letter 13th July 1804 Relative to the Peace with Sindia and the Raja of Berar. (3) pp. 1-70, Documents obtained at Pondicherry and Calcutta showing the designs of the French, viz. pp. 1-8, Letter from C. Muller (Chef de Bataillon) to the Governor-General, n.d. (in French), a traitorous offer of service, and, pp. 9-70, a "Mémoire sur l'importance actuelle de l'Inde et les moyens les plus efficaces d'y rétablir la Nation Françoise dans son ancien splendeur," by Stanislas Le Febre (Lieutenant d'Infanterie), Pondicherry, Janvier 1801 (also in French). (4) pp. 73-5, Marquess Wellesley to Lord Hobart 20th Nov. 1803 (Secret, Paras, 12 and 13 only, Printed in Martin, III, 466). (5) pp. 77-86, Declaration or Proclamation by Gen. Decaen, Governor of Mauritius and Bourbon, calling on the Indian Chiefs and Princes to rise against the British. (6) pp. 83-114, Conferences between Major-Gen. Arthur Wellesley and the Ambassador of the Raja of Berar 30th Nov. to 17th Dec. 1803; pp. 129-33, Treaty concluded between the British and Raja of Berar 17th Dec. 1803. (7) Major-Gen. Arthur Wellesley to Marquess Wellesley. pp. 73-5, 17th Dec. 1803 (Printed in Gurwood, II, 916), pp. 265-77, 30th Dec. 1803 (Printed in Gurwood, II, 933). (8) pp. 137-262, Conferences between Major-Gen. Arthur Wellesley and the Ambassadors of Dowlut Rao Sindia 10th Nov. 1803 to 5th Jan. 1804; pp. 281-90, Treaty between the British and Sindia 30th Dec. 1803. (9) pp. 293-346, Instructions from Marquess Wellesley to Major-Gen. Arthur Wellesley relative to the conclusion of Peace with the confederate Maratha Chieftains 11th Dec. 1803. (10) pp. 349-67, Major John Malcolm to Marquess Wellesley 28th Feb. 1804, with, pp. 369-84, Treaty of Defensive and Subsidiary Alliance concluded with Dowlut Rao Sindia 27th Feb. 1804.

War with Sindhia 1803-1804.  IOR/H/624  1804

Contents:
(1) pp. 1-831, Enclosures in Bengal Secret Letter of 7th June 1805 relative to Sindia and Berar. (2) pp. i-ii, List of Contents pp. 1-321; pp. 323-9, List of Contents pp. 331-831. (3) Major John Malcolm (Acting Resident with Sindia). pp. 1-3, 53-4, to N. B. Edmonstone 17th Feb. and 16th March 1804; pp. 1*-22, 29-50, 97-115, 125-72, 205-26, 237-70, 287-304, to Marquess Wellesley 22nd Feb. to 25th May 1804; pp. 121-2, to Major-Gen. Arthur Wellesley 24th March 1804; pp. 177-80, to Dowlut Rao Sindia 28th April 1804. (4) pp. 4-6, Ambaji Inglia Vakil to Major Malcolm, n.d. (5) pp. 23-6, 181-91, 227-35, 271-84, Correspondence between Major Malcolm and Munshi Kavel Nyne. (6) N. B. Edmonstone (Secret and Political Secretary, Bengal). pp. 57-94, 119-20, to Major Malcolm -- March and April 1804; pp. 363-83, 411-2, 423-8, 503-14, 529-38, 545-7, 561-76, to Mountstuart Elphinstone 4th to 14th March 1804; pp. 625-49, to Major-Gen. Arthur Wellesley 4th March 1804; pp. 653-6, 685-95, 707-10, to Lieut.-Col. Harcourt and J. Melville 10th Jan. to 6th March 1804; pp. 745-9, to Major E. S. Broughton 9th Jan. 1804. (7) p. 173, Lieut-Gen. Gerard Lake to Major Malcolm 14th April 1804. (8) pp. 193-201, Memorandum by Bappoo Wittell Punt to be delivered by Major Malcolm to Sindia. (9) J. Lumsden (Chief Secretary, Bengal). pp. 307-21, to Josiah Webbe (Resident with Sindia) 11th June 1804; pp. 753-6, 769-70, to Major Broughton 16th Jan. and 9th Feb. 1804. (10) Mountstuart Elphinstone (Acting Resident, Nagpur). pp. 331-44, 357-60, 387-409, 415-20, 431-6, 443-8, 457-66, 477-90, 499-500, 517-25, 549-67, 579-97, 27th Jan. 1804 to 19th March 1805; pp. 347, 471-2, 541-2, to N. B. Edmonstone 17th Jan. to 19th Nov. 1804; pp. 349-52, to Major-Gen. A. Wellesley 15th Jan. 1804; pp. 353-4, to C.O. Detachment from Col. Harcourt's Army at Sumbulpore (? Major Broughton) 14th Jan. 1804; pp. 437-40, 449-54, 467-9, 473-5, 491-2, 495-6, Correspondence with Sreedur Pundit, n.d.; pp. 493-4, Correspondence with Jeswunt Rao Holkar. (11) Major-Gen. Arthur Wellesley to Marquess Wellesley. pp. 599-606, 8th Feb. 1804 (Printed in Gurwood, II, 1032), pp. 609-14, 10th Feb. 1804 (Printed in Gurwood, II, 1038), pp. 617-8, 11th Feb. 1804 (Printed in Gurwood, II, 1040), p. 621, 13th Feb. 1804 (Printed in Gurwood, II, 1042); pp. 777-8, to Major Broughton 20th Jan. 1804 (Printed in Gurwood, II, 990). (12) Lieut.-Col. George Harcourt and J. Melville. pp. 659-60, 697, 713-6, 719-32, to N. B. Edmonstone 19th Jan. to 12th May 1804; pp. 661-81, 699-704, to Major-Gen. Arthur Wellesley 19th to 29th Jan. 1804. (13) Major E. S. Broughton (C.O. Ramghur Battalion in Sumbulpore). pp. 735-6, 759-67, 773-5, to John Lumsden 29th Jan. to 22nd Feb. 1804; pp. 737-43, to Major-Gen. Arthur Wellesley 28th Jan. 1804; pp. 779-86, Correspondence with Kishoo Govind January and February 1804; pp. 789-805, to N. B. Edmonstone 2nd April 1804; pp. 807-13, Correspondence with the Ranee and Zemindars of Sumbulpore 26th March 1804. (14) p. 815, Statement of the sums offered as Tribute to the British Government by the Zemindars of Sumbulpore, Patna and Boad on the supposition of their being protected by the presence of an adequate British force 2nd March 1804. (15) pp. 817-31, Statement taken from Sumbulpore Revenue Accounts and Examinations relative to the Revenue of Sudder Sing Beydar, Mohisa Beydar, Deen Bundoo Pakan 30th and 31st March 1804.

Papers concerning Sindhia, Berar, Jaipur and Udaipur.  IOR/H/625  1804-1805

Contents:
(1) pp. 1-3, List of Enclosures to Bengal Secret Letter of 30th July 1805 relative to Sindia, Berar, Jeypore and Udaipur, as follows:-- (2) pp. 5-11, Graeme Mercer (Agent to Governor-General at Farrukhabad) to N. B. Edmonstone 5th June 1805. (3) Marquess Wellesley (alone or with Council). pp. 13-59, 181-6, to Gerard Lord Lake (Commander-in-Chief) 15th June and 25th July 1804 (not in Martin); pp. 189-97, to Dowlut Rao Sindia 25th July 1805 (Printed in Martin, IV, 604). (4) Richard Jenkins (Acting Resident with Sindia). pp. 61-74, 201-12, to Lord Lake 3rd June and 1st July 1805; pp. 109-38, to N. B. Edmonstone 16th June 1805; pp. 165-73, to Marquess Wellesley 17th June 1805. (5) Lieut.-Col. John Malcolm (Resident at Muttra). pp. 77-8, 93-5, 141-50, 177-9, 215-8, to N. B. Edmonstone 24th June to 10th July 1805; pp. 221-3, to Richard Jenkins 18th July 1805. (6) pp. 81-9, Capt. W. Sturrock to Lieut.-Col. Malcolm 19th June 1805, Interview with the Raja of Jeypore. (7) pp. 97-100, Rana of Oodeypore to Lord Lake, n.d. (8) pp. 103-6, N. B. Edmonstone (Political Secretary, Bengal) to Lieut.-Col. Malcolm 4th July 1805. (9) pp. 153-63, Munshi Kavel Nyne to Lieut.-Col. Malcolm, n.d. (10) pp. 225-37, J. Lumsden (Chief Secretary, Bengal) to Francis Warden (Secretary, Bombay) 5th July 1805, with information as to the strength of the forces of the Maratha Chiefs in Hindostan. Apparently a Circular to all the chief British authorities in India. (11) pp. 239-51, Report by Major J. Armstrong (Military Secretary to the Governor-General) on the disposition and actual position of the British troops in Hindostan and the Deccan 5th July 1805.

Papers concerning the war with Holkar, the Raja of Bharatpur, Sindhia, and the Raja of Berar.  IOR/H/626  1804-1805

Contents:
(1) Enclosures to Bengal Secret Letter 24th March 1805, relative to the War with Holkar, overtures of Ranjit Singh (Raja of Bharatpur), Affairs of Dowlut Rao Sindia and the Raja of Berar 8th June 1804 to 21st Feb. 1805. (2) Marquess Wellesley (Governor-General) to Lord Lake. pp. 1-19, 8th June 1804 (Printed in Martin, IV, 81), pp. 171-80, 22nd Aug. 1804 (Printed in Martin, IV, 193), pp. 225-31, 20th Dec. 1804 (Printed in Martin, IV, 261); pp. 669-76, to Dowlut Rao Sindia 23rd Feb. 1805 (Printed in Martin, IV, 295); pp. 31-43, Notes 17th Aug. 1804 (Printed in Martin, IV, 189-92). (3) N. B. Edmonstone (Political Secretary, Bengal). pp. 21-8, Notes on the policy to be followed with Holkar 29th July 1804; pp. 391-9, Notes for Elphinstone relative to the Raja of Berar 2nd Nov. 1804; pp. 403-9, Notes for Instructions to Lieut.-Col. E. S. Broughton 23rd Nov. 1804; pp. 215-23, to Lieut.-Col. G. A. F. Lake (A.D.C. to Commander-in-Chief) with Notes for the Governor-General's proposed reply to Lord Lake relative to his dealings with Ranjit Singh of Bharatpur; pp. 249-67, to Lieut.-Col. J. Murray 27th Aug. 1804; pp. 277-85, 305-30, to Josiah Webbe 30th June to 10th Nov. 1804; pp. 337-44, 679-692, to Lieut.-Col. Barry Close 4th Dec. 1804 (death of Webbe and Close's transfer to the Court of Sindia) and 23rd Feb. 1805; pp. 347-50, to Richard Jenkins 4th and 22nd Dec. 1804; pp. 353-6, to Capt. Thomas Sydenham 4th Dec. 1804 to succeed Close at Poona; pp. 359-62, to Dowlut Rao Sindia 4th Dec. 1804; pp. 369-75, 443-53, 603-14, to Mountstuart Elphinstone 4th Oct. to 31st Dec. 1804; pp. 377-81, to Lieut.-Col. George Harcourt (Commanding in Cuttack) 4th Oct. 1804; pp. 385-6, to Lieut.-Col. E. S. Broughton 4th Oct. 1804. (4) Gerard Lord Lake (Commander-in-Chief). pp. 45-8, 57-8, 73-6, 115-8, 139-41, 183-9, to the Marquess Wellesley 18th July to 21st Oct. 1804 (see Martin, Vol. IV); pp. 191-213, Correspondence with Ranjit Singh, Raja of Bharatpur. (5) Brig.-Gen. William Monson. pp. 49-52, 59-66, 77-80, 119-29, 147-52, to Lord Lake 10th July to 13th Aug. 1804, Operations against Holkar; pp. 67-70, Correspondence with Holkar; p. 71, Casualty List of the fight near Mokunora Pass; pp. 81-114, Narrative of events from 6th to 27th July 1804; pp. 143-5, to Col. John Gerard (Adjutant-General) 24th Oct. 1804. (6) pp. 53-6, Col. J. Murray to Lord Lake 30th June 1804. (7) pp. 131-7, Capt. William Nicholls to Gen. Monson 31st Aug. 1804, Operations of the Detachment on the River Banas (Printed in Martin, IV, 202). (8) pp. 153-69, T. Mercer (in charge of the Police at Muttra) to the Agent to the Governor-General (Graeme Mercer) 1st Aug. 1804 (Printed in Martin, IV, 185) with enclosures (not printed in Martin). (9) pp. 233-41, Major.-Gen. Arthur Wellesley to the Residents at Poona and Hyderabad (Col. Close and Major Kirkpatrick) (Printed in Gurwood, II, 1238). (10) pp. 243-7, Jeswunt Rao Holkar to Major-Gen. Arthur Wellesley 23rd Aug. 1804. (11) Josiah Webbe (Resident with Sindia). pp. 269-75, to Dowlut Rao Sindia 19th July 1804; pp. 289-301, to Marquess Wellesley 1st Oct. 1804. (12) pp. 331-4, Memorandum by Samuel Davis (Accountant-General) relative to pecuniary supply to Sindhia. (13) pp. 363-6, Intelligence regarding intrigues of the Raja of Berar against the British. (14) Mountstuart Elphinstone (Resident at Nagpur). pp. 387-8, to N. B. Edmonstone 3rd Sept. 1804; pp. 455-93, 501-601, 614-42, to Marquess Wellesley 5th Dec. 1804 to 30th Jan. 1805, Correspondence with Jeswunt Rao Ram Chunder. (15) pp. 411-8, Lieut.-Col. E. S. Broughton (Commanding at Hazaribagh) to N. B. Edmonstone. (16) pp. 645-66, Richard Jenkins (Assistant Resident with Sindia) to N. B. Edmonstone 13th Dec. 1804. (17) Lieut.-Col. Gabriel Martindell (Commanding in Bundelcund) to Lieut.-Col. John Gerard (Adjutant-General) 29th July 1804, The capture of Jaitpur. (18) pp. 699-701, Alexander Wright (Magistrate of Moradabad) to John Fombelle (Secretary, Bengal) 19th Feb. 1805, Invasion of the District by Amir Khan. (19) William Leycester (Collector of Moradabad). p. 703, to John Fombelle 21st Feb. 1805; pp. 705-15, to Lord Lake 19th Feb. 1805, regarding Amir Khan. (20) pp. 793-920, Printed copies of the Gazettes containing the official Accounts of all the Military Operations included in the Dispatch from Bengal of 25th March 1805. Includes many of the preceding papers. (21) pp. 923-5, List of Contents.

Papers concerning Holkar, Sindhia, Berar and Amir Khan.  IOR/H/627  1804-1805

Contents:
(1) pp. i-iv, List of Contents. (2) pp. 1-725, Enclosures to Bengal Secret Letter 31st May 1805, Relative to Holkar, Sindia, Berar, Amir Khan. (Certain of these Enclosures are marked "Most Secret.") Including the following:-- (3) Dowlut Rao Sindia. pp. 1-30, to Marquess Wellesley 18th Oct. 1804 (not in Martin), pp. 369-72, 19th April 1805 (Printed in Martin, IV, 525); pp. 625-8, to Lord Lake 24th April 1805. (4) Marquess Wellesley (Governor-General). pp. 33-104, to Dowlut Rao Sindia 4th April 1805 (Printed in Martin, IV, 494), pp. 393-400, 22nd April 1805 (Printed in Martin, IV, 528); pp. 179-85, to Lord Lake 4th April 1805 (not in Martin), pp. 281-8, 7th April 1805 (Printed in Martin, IV, 515); pp. 223-35, 695-700, to Jonathan Duncan (Governor of Bombay) 5th April and 17th May 1805 (not in Martin); pp. 237-41, 687-93, to Lord W. C. Bentinck 5th April and 17th May 1805 (not in Martin); pp. 245-8, to Gen. Sir J. Cradock (Commander-in-Chief, Madras) explaining why he has not been appointed to the command in the Deccan 5th April 1805 (not in Martin); pp. 315-25, Instructions to Lord Lake 10th and 12th April 1805; pp. 669-83, 17th May 1805 (Printed in Martin, IV, 535); pp. 187-94, Notes on Sindia 29th March 1805. (5) Lieut.-Col. Barry Close (Resident at Nagpur). pp. 109-35, 293-307, to Marquess Wellesley -- March to 15th May 1805; pp. 207-8. to Major-Gen. Arthur Wellesley 4th March 1805 (Printed in Gurwood, II, 1442). (6) N. B. Edmonstone (Political Secretary, Bengal). pp. 139-76, 377-91, to Richard Jenkins 2nd and 20th April 1805; pp. 199-203, 703-7, to Lieut.-Col. Barry Close 5th and 17th May 1805; pp. 216-7, to Col. Wallace (Commanding Subsidiary Force at Poona) 5th April 1805; pp. 253-5, to Capt. T. Sydenham 5th April 1805; pp. 257-8, to Lieut.-Col. J. A. Kirkpatrick 5th April 1805; pp. 261-3, to William Clarke (Envoy at Goa) 5th April 1805; pp. 329-44, Draft of Treaty with Sindia 12th April 1805; pp. 219-20, to Col. Haliburton 5th April 1805; pp. 445-7, 613-21, to Graeme Mercer 15th March and 4th May 1805. (7) Richard Jenkins (Assistant Resident to Sindia). pp. 265-79, 353-65, 405-27, 539-49, 593-600, 715-9, to N. B. Edmonstone 23rd March to 9th May 1805; pp. 551-7, 723-5, to Lord Lake 17th April and 11th May 1805; pp. 629-33, to Dowlut Rao Sindia 5th April 1805. (8) pp. 311-2, Amir-ul-Omrah to Lieut. Col. Close, n.d. (9) Graeme Mercer (Agent to Governor-General). pp. 429-32, 451-7, 465-504, 525-36, to N. B. Edmonstone 8th March to 11th April 1805; pp. 559-89, 645-9, to Richard Jenkins 6th and 29th April 1805. (10) pp. 435-40, 458-64, Raja Ranjit Singh to Lord Lake 25th Feb. and 26th March 1805. (11) Gerard Lord Lake (Commander-in-Chief). pp. 513-21, to Marquess Wellesley 19th April 1805 (not in Martin), with Treaty with Rajah Ranjit Singh (Printed in Martin, IV, pp. 636-7); pp. 605-8, to Richard Jenkins 23rd April 1805; pp. 637-43, 711-2, to Dowlut Rao Sindia 29th April and 12th May 1805. (12) pp. 653-7, G. Buchan (Chief Secretary, Madras) to Major M. Wilks 6th May 1805, Military Precautions on the frontier. (13) pp. 661-6, Major M. Wilks (Resident in Mysore) to G. Buchan 10th May 1805.

Manuscript collection of farmans, parwanas, sanads and treaties  IOR/H/628-642  1602-1834

15 volumes

Contents:
Lacking when compared with those printed in OIOC:V 2942 Charles U Aitchison "A Collection of treaties, engagements, and sunnuds, relating to India and neighbouring countries" (1862-65 ).

Miscellaneous collection of firmans and treaties.  IOR/H/628  1602-1753

Contents:
(1) pp. i-viii, List of Contents of a Miscellaneous Collection of Phirmauns and Treaties with a few Proclamations founding the right of Original Discovery or Settlement, being part of the General Collection begun by Mr. T. Wilks, including the following:-- (2) pp. 1-13, Treaty of Commerce between the King of Dachem [Achin] and Sumatra and the Queen of England, n.d. (see O.C., I). This has been printed in Letters Received by the East India Company from its Servants in the East, vol. i, p. 1. (3) pp. 15-6, 61-5, Contract with Coja Arab for use of his house at Surat 1616 (see O.C. 443A and 675). Contract with Coja Arab. See Letters Received, vol. v, p. 74, and The English Factories in India, 1618-21, p. 36. (4) pp. 19-34, 139-61, Farman from Shah Abbas to the English 1616, with Confirmations, Regulations of Rates of Commerce; pp. 163-7, Farman to trade at Gombroon; pp. 169-71, Farman for trade at Ispahan 1629; pp. 525-31, Farman to William Burte, Company's Agent in Persia, n.d. (5) pp. 35-45, Jonhamber Doulat, King of Achin, to King James with Copy of privileges granted to Capt. Keeling, authorising the establishment of a Factory at Tecoo. (6) pp. 47-8, Mahabat Khan's Farman to the English for a Factory at Baroach 22nd July 1616 (see O.C. 380). Printed in Letters Received, vol. iv, p. 142. (7) pp. 49-53, Farman by the Governor of Sinan, Mohamed Pauchawe (? Pasha) to Andrew Shillinge, Captain of the Ann, Joseph Salbancke, Merchant, and other Englishmen to trade at Mocha 18th July 1618 (see O.C. 671); pp. 55-9, Farman from Ragab Bagga (Governor of Mocha) to the same effect 14th May 1618 (?) (see O.C. 648). The farman from the Pasha of Sinan [Sana] is printed in The English Factories, 1618-21, p. 35, and that from Rajab Agha at p. 33 of the same volume. (8) pp. 67-108, Sir Thomas Roe's proposals for a Treaty with the Sultan of Surat August 1618; pp. 209-11, Farman for Surat from Sultan Dower Buckesh, grandson of Jahangir, to Thomas Rastell 1623; pp. 213-43, Contracts of Peace between the Mughal's Officers and Rastell (see O.C. 1295 and 1179); pp. 265-71, Jafar Khan's Parwana to Sir George Oxenden for Surat 1664 (see O.C. 3025); pp. 317-22, Treaty between Gerald Aungier and the Shahbunder of Surat 1671 (see O.C. 3573); pp. 323-6, Agreement between the English and the Governor and Customs House Officers at Surat excluding the Dutch and French 21st Aug. 1671 (see O.C. 3574); pp. 433-5, New Company's request to the Governor of Surat for a Farman 28th Nov. 1699. Sir Thomas Roe's proposals are printed in The English Factories, 1618-21, p. 38, and also in The Embassy of Sir Thomas Roe, p. 506; the farman from Prince Dawar Bakhsh will be found in The English Factories, 1622-23, p. 322; one agreement with Rastell is given at p. 27 of the 1624-29 volume of the same series, and the other at p. 309 of the 1622-23 volume; for Jafar Khan's parwana see the 1661-64 volume, p. 314. (9) pp. 109-19, Treaty between the Agents of the English and Dutch Companies at Jacatra, regulating terms of Joint Trade to Pulicat under the Council of Defence 13th April 1621. This treaty is calendared in The English Factories, 1618-21, p. 253. (10) pp. 121-9, Proclamation by Richard Bix (Chief), Richard Swan (Captain of the Charles) and Robert Hayes 6th Oct. 1624, taking possession for England of certain Islands in the Straits of Sunda (see O.C. 1166). (11) pp. 131-5, Articles of Agreement between the English Company and the Kings of Goa (in Macassar) and Tallo 1614 (see O.C. 1183). (12) pp. 173-85, 195-203, 327-33, Cowls, &c. from the King of Golcondah and his Officers for English to trade at Masulipatam and other Eastern ports 1630-39 (see O.C. 1688). (13) pp. 187-94, 205-7, Contract between the English President and the Chinamen of Clappadoa, written in Javan February 1638 and signed by the King of Bantam 26th Aug. 1640. (14) pp. 245-52, Dutch order to their Agents to deliver the Island of Pularoon to the English 17th Dec. 1660, and Charles II's Privy Seal authorising the Company to re-establish their Settlement in that Island. (15) pp. 253-61, Attestation by Robert Locke, &c. of the cession of the Island of Damalias, Daman, or Dam [240 miles S.W. of Banda] to the King of England 18th July 1664. (16) pp. 263-4, Jafar Khan's (Diwan to Aurangzeb) grant of a Parwana to the English to trade at Hughli. (17) pp. 273-308, Treaty between Sultan Hassan Oudyn, King of Macassar, and the Dutch Governor-General, Cornelius Speelman, 18th Nov. 1667. (18) pp. 309-15, Treaty between Abel Fatahee and Abel Mazare, Kings of Bantam, and Henry Dacre, the English Agent, 29th March 1671. (19) pp. 335-40, Nishan for free trade in Bengal granted to Matthias Vincent at Dacca 12th Sept. 1678 (see O.C. 4543) (Printed in Temple's Diaries of Streyhsham Master, II, 21); pp. 341-6, Articles agreed upon between the English and the Nawab's Officers at Chuttanuttee 11th Jan. 1686/7 but not ratified by the Nawab (see O.C. 5554); pp. 349-56, Articles of Peace concluded at Hidgeley between Abdul Samad and Agent Charnock 8th June 1687 (see O.C. 5618); pp. 357-8, Nawab's confirmation of Treaty with Charnock, n.d. (see O.C. 5603); pp. 361-2, Charnock's promise to return to Bengal (see O.C. 5604); pp. 365-71, Shaishta Khan's Parwana to Charnock 21st July 1687 (see O.C. 5607); pp. 373-5, Abdul Samad's letter to Charnock 23rd Aug. 1687 (see O.C. 5616); pp. 381-3, Nawab's Parwana to Abdul Gani Beg 4th Sept. 1687 permitting return of the English (see O.C. 5618 and 5614); pp. 575-7, Farman for Bengal, Bihar and Orissa. (20) pp. 385-98, Aurangzeb's Farman to the Dutch 12th June 1689. (21) pp. 399-435, 445-63, Various Cowls granted to the English for Madapollam, Masulipatam, &c, 7th March to 2nd Nov. 1699 and 12th June to 11th Oct. 1700 by Rangaray Governor, &c. (22) pp. 437-8, Nawab Fakir-ulla Khan to the Old Company prohibiting all other English (i.e. the New Company) from trade at Vizagapatam 23rd Dec. 1699. (23) pp. 441-3, 465, 468, Dastak granted to Sir Edward Littleton by Prince Sultan Muhammad Azim, giving the New Company equal rights with the Old in Bengal 26th Jan. 1699/1700. (24) pp. 469-79, King of Cochin China to the Great General in Pulo Condore 2nd Aug. 1703. (25) pp. 481-7, Agreement between the Company and various Sumatra Sultans 5th Sept. 1710. (26) pp. 489-502, Farman and Sanad of Farrukhsiyar allowing the English to trade in Bengal, Bahar and Orissa 1715-17 (see Aitchison's Charters). (27) pp. 503-13, Prices of slaves in Madagascar settled by Capt. [Robert] Jenkins of the Harrington in 1736, Capt. [Stephen] Cobbam of the Edgbaston in 1740, Capt. [J.] Balchen of the Onslow in 1741, Capt. [William] Stevens of the Swift in 1743, Capt. [John] Bell of the Swallow in 1750, and Capt. [Henry] Kent of the Dragon in 1753. All the ships enumerated are East India Company's ships. (28) pp. 515-20, Treaty between the King of Jacatra and the English (George Ball and Capt. Martin Pring (of the James Royal)) [1618] (see O.C. 789). (29) pp. 521-4, Terms of Peace proposed by Philip Wylde to the people of Soar circa 1645, endorsed by the Emaum. (30) pp. 533-7, Cowle permitting the English to settle at Madras after leaving Armagon 1639. (See Love's Vestiges of Old Madras, I, 23.) (31) pp. 539-48, Surrender of the Island of Rasanginge (one of the Banda Islands) and the town of Ware to the English, n.d. The surrender is printed at p. 702 of the first volume of Purchas His Pilgrimes. (32) pp. 549-53, King of Succadana's permission to the English to form a settlement May 1696. (33) pp. 555-7, Proposals for trade with the Malays, by Richard Phrip, John Daniell, Matthew Saunders, Baltha Netzerr and Thos. Rashell (? Rastell), n.d. (34) pp. 559-60, Orders from the Nabob to the Gomasta of Ghulam Husain Ali Khan not to trouble the English at Fort St. David, n.d. (35) pp. 561-7, Sultan Tomjad Alha of Banjar Daroosalam to the Company regarding trade, n.d. (36) pp. 569-70, Callidindah Ramarauze's Cowle to Humphrey Holcombe, Company's Resident at Metchipatam, n.d. (37) pp. 571-3, Cowle granted by the Nabob Moobaurize Cawn Bahaudur Subah of Golcondah to the Company for a Settlement at Madapollam.

Miscellaneous collection of firmans and treaties.  IOR/H/629  1640-1800

Contents:
(1) pp. i-vi, List of Contents. (2) pp. 1-3, Cowle given by Steeranga Rails (?) to Agent Ivie 15th Nov. 1640. (3) pp. 5-8, Sultan Shah Shuja's Nishan or Letters Patent to the English in Bengal 1655 (see H/630 (5)); pp. 133-67, Farrukhsiyar's Farman to President Robert Hedges in reply to Surman's Petition, 1717, with particular account of villages petitioned for (see H/632 (1)); pp. 169-77, 205-25, Husbulkookums under the seal of Saiyid Abdulla Khan 1717; pp. 181-7, Parwanas under seal of Jafar Khan 20th July and 15th Oct. 1717; pp. 189-204, Letters from Coja Surhaud to Hedges March and April 1726; pp. 227-8, The Vizir's Titles written on the back of the Farmans. (4) p. 8(a), Extract from Treaty with Portugal regarding Bombay 1661. (5) pp. 9-17, Agreement between the King of Porqua (Porakad in Travancore) and the Company 1663. (6) pp. 19-27, Agreement between the Governor of Carwar and the Company (Randolph Taylor and Philip Gyfford) 12th Sept. 1668, See Factory Records, Karwar, Vol. I (7) pp. 29-37, Agreement between the Raja of Cannanore and the Company (Alexander Grigby) 1668. (8) pp. 39-41, Ruffee Khan's (Nawab of Orissa) confirmation of the privileges enjoyed by the English in his kingdom 1678 (? 1671). (9) pp. 43-6, Nawab Shaishta Khan's confirmation of the privileges of the English in Bengal 1680 (? 1672) (Printed in Temple's Diaries of Streynsham Master, II, 22); pp. 47-8, Shaishta Khan's reply to Wares Khan (Chancellor of Bearra or Pattana) relative to the privileges of the English in Bengal 1686 (? 1676) (Printed in Temple's Diaries of Streynsham Master, II, 24). (10) pp. 49-70, William Gyfford (President of Madras) to the Mughal 10th March 1686/7 relative to the wrongs suffered by the Company in Bengal. (11) pp. 73-4, Extract from the Articles of Peace for Bengal concluded with Abdul Samad (for the Nawab) by Richard Trenchfield, Thomas Mackrith and--Jolland (for the Company) 8th June 1687 (see O.C. 5618). (12) pp. 75-7, Parwana General granted by Fakir-ulla Khan to the Old Company prohibiting all other English from trade at Vizagapatam 20th July 1699. (See H/628 (22).) (13) pp. 79-100, Treaty between England and Holland on the one part and the King of Denmark on the other 15th June 1701. (14) pp. 103-13, Treaty between England and Holland 7th Sept. 1701; pp. 119-26, Do., do. 11th Nov. 1701. (15) pp. 115-8, Convention between the King of Sweden and Holland 26th Sept./7th Oct. 1701. (16) p. 131, Dates of Grants for various places on the Coast of Coromandel. (17) pp. 229-32, Agreement between Baji Rao Pandit Pradhan and Capt. Inchbird on behalf of the East India Company 1739 (?). (18) pp. 233-5, Agreement between Thomas Saunders (President, Fort St. David) and Pratap Sing, Raja of Tanjore, 1st Jan. 1750. (19) pp. 237-45, Twelve letters from the Nana, received from Govin Sewram Punt at Gheria and delivered to the Chief at Victoria 9th Nov. 1756. (20) pp. 247-98, Extracts of letters from the Company's Servants in Bengal relative to Treaties and Grants from the Country Powers 1756 to 1766; pp. 357-61, List of Copies of Treaties with and Grants from the Country Powers respecting the Bengal Presidency 1756 to 1766. (21) pp. 365-7, Treaties and Agreements between Siraj-ud-daula and the Bengal Select Committee 9th and 12th Feb. 1757; pp. 369-71, Parwanas from Siraj-ud-daula allowing the English to establish a Mint at Calcutta and to send their Goods under Dastaks throughout Bengal 1757 (Printed in Aitchison's Treaties, I, 11-4). (22) pp. 373-91, 397-445, Treaties with and Sanads granted to the English by Jafar Ali Khan, Nawab of Bengal, April 1757 to July 1759; pp. 471-7, Treaty of 10th July 1763 (Printed in Aitchison's Treaties, I, 15-9). (23) pp. 393-5, Sanad from Alamgir appointing Clive a Mansabdar 1757. (24) pp. 447-53, Treaty with and Sanads granted by Mir Muhammad Kasim, Nawab of Bengal, September and October 1760 (Printed in Aitchison's Treaties, I, 42-5). (25) pp. 456-61, Treaty between the English and the Sulu Islanders, ratified by Datu Bandahara and other Chiefs 28th Jan. 1761; pp. 463-5, Treaty of Bira Birahan, signed by A. Dalrymple and Thomas Kelsall 26th July 1762; pp. 467-9, Alliance between the Company and the King of Xolo 23rd Feb. 1763; pp. 479-83, Spanish translations of the cession (19th Sept. 1763) and the grant (2nd July 1764) of Balambangan; pp. 488-9, Sultan Mahmud Alimuddin's Cession of Feligia (Original) with translation by Dalrymple 2nd July 1764; pp. 495-501, Treaty between the English and the Sulu Islanders 28th Sept. 1764. (26) pp. 491, Nawab Jafar Ali Khan's Note for payment of 5 lakhs per mensem for expenses of the Company's troops during the war with Shuja-ud-daula 16th Sept. 1764 (Printed in Aitchison's Treaties, I, 49). (27) p. 503, Proposals by Shah Alam to Major Munro 22nd Nov. 1764; pp. 507-8, Proposals by the Bengal Council 6th Dec. 1764; pp. 511-3, Farman granting the Ghazipur District to the Company 29th Dec. 1764; pp. 527-44, 565-6, 581-4, Farmans for the Diwani of Bengal, Behar, Orissa and Burdwan 12th Aug. 1765 and Agreement between Shah Alam and the Company 19th Aug. 1765 (Printed in Aitchison's Treaties, I, 52-6). (28) pp. 515-24, Treaty with and Sanads from Najim-ud-daula, Nawab of Bengal, February 1765; pp. 547-9, 551-5, 581, 584, Treaty with Najim-ud-daula 16th Aug. 1765; pp. 569-70, Agreement between the Company and Najim-ud-daula 30th Sept. 1765. (29) p. 559, Article VI of the Treaty with Shuja-ud-daula 16th Aug. 1765; p. 561, Advice as to his execution of the Treaty 31st Jan. 1766. (30) pp. 573-6, Farman confirming Lord Clive's Jaghire 30th Sept. 1765. (31) pp. 585-8, Memorandum on Bengal 1757-66. (32) pp. 589-92, Treaty of Alliance between Hyder Ali and the Marathas 1780. (33) p. 597, Cutting from the Calcutta Gazette, concerning a Treaty between the Company and the Subadar of the Deccan 26th Oct. 1800. The Treaty with the Nizam was concluded on 12th Oct. and ceded to the British most of the territory which he had acquired under the Treaty of Seringapatam 18th March 1792, and the Treaty of Mysore 22nd June 1799, the Revenue of the ceded provinces being calculated at Rs. 62,74,262.

Note: The references to Aitchison's Treaties, under this and subsequent volumes, are to the edition issued in 1876.


Miscellaneous firmans.  IOR/H/630  1643-1717

Contents:
(1) pp. i-iv, List of Contents, i.e. Husbulhookums and Farmans of the year 1717. (2) pp. 1-88, Husbulhookums of the year 1717 concerning Dastaks, Settlement of New Factories, Robberies, Currency of Madras and Bombay Rupees, Original Sanads and Farmans, Surat and Patna Houses, Peshcush in lieu of Customs, Exemption from Customs at Surat, Hugli and Hyderabad, the Mint at Murshidabad, Shipwrecks, Rebellions Zamindars, Divy Island, Vizagapatam and Trivatore villages, Desertion of Company's Debtors, Calcutta Towns, Coja Sarhaud's letters, Farrukhsiyar's Farman, Jafar Khan's parwanas to Samuel Feake at Cossimbazar and the Vizir's Title as appended to all Farmans. (3) pp. 91-4, Farman [for the Fort of St. George] granted to Sir William Langhorne 31st Jan. 1671/2. This is one of the Papers copies by Richard Browne (a writer at Madras) and included in the Appendices to Streynsham Master's Diary (see Factory Records, Miscellaneous, Vol. XIV) but not included in Sir Richard Temple's edition (see Temple's Diaries of Streynsham Master, pp. ix, x) because it had no direct connection with Master's Diaries. For this farman see Col. H. D. Love's Vestiges of Old Madras, vol. i, p. 344. (4) pp. 97-102, Farman for Metchepatam called "The Golden Phyrmaund." Also in Master's Diaries but excluded by Temple for the same reason as (3) above. Printed in The English Factories, 1634-36, p. 14. (5) pp. 103-10, Shah Shuja's Nishan for Bengal. Obtained by Matthias Vincent at Dacca in 1678 (Printed in Temple's Diaries of Streynsham Master, II, 21. See also I, 34). (6) pp. 113-5, Ruffee Chan Nabob of Orissa's Grant for confirming the English in their privileges in his Kingdom (Printed in Temple's Diaries of Streynsham Master, II, 25). (7) pp. 117-9, Cowle given by Steeranga [? Sriranga] Rails to Agent Ivie 15th Nov. 1643. Printed in the 1642-45 volume of the same series, p. 305. (8) pp. 121-6, Cowle given by Nabob Yeckman (or Neckman) Cawne to Sir William Langhorne, Governor and Council of Fort St. George in Chinapatam 23rd Feb. 1671/2. See note above on (3). (9) pp. 127-31, Mr. [Thomas] Morton's Notes on the Madras Farmans.

Miscellaneous firmans and agreements.  IOR/H/631  1689-1755

Contents:
(1) pp. 1-3, Bill of Sale under the Seal of Raja Ram Rajah Chetterpett, 24th Sept. 1690, Sale of the Fort at Tevenapatam (Fort St. David) to President Elihu Yale. Love (Vestiges of Old Madras, I, 519) gives the date of signature as 2nd Sept. 1690. (2) p. 3, Porlada Nearazee, a Minister of Raja Ram, to Gopall Dadazee, Head Subadar of Paulem Cotah, n.d. (3) pp. 3-4, Certificate from Cheveda Balazee, 19th Dec. 1690, as to the extent of the Company's Possessions at Tevenapatam. (4) p. 5, Parwana from Nabob Zulfakeer Bahadur [i.e. Zulfikar Khan, Mughal General against the Marathas at Gingee] to Elihu Yale, n.d. (5) pp. 5-6, Cowle from Zulfakeer to Elihu Yale confirming the privileges of the English at Chinapatam, n.d. (6) pp. 6-7, Farman from Raja Ram to Elihu Yale, n.d. (7) pp. 7-8, Dastak from Wallagolley Bangar Yaihme Naik to the Juncaneers 24th Feb. 1693/4. To give no obstruction to the trade of the English at Tevenapatam. (8) pp. 8-9, Letter to William Hatsell [first] Deputy Governor of Fort St. David confirming the territorial claims of the English at that place 25th June 1695. (9) pp. 9-11, Dowlutta Cawn to William Hatsell received 18th Sept. 1697, with copy of Orders to his Junkaneers not to interfere with the trade of the English. (10) pp. 11-2, Sale of her Garden by Anna Van Weede to John Haynes, Second at Tevenapatam 15th Feb. 1689. (11) pp. 12-3, Seelamen Cawn to the Governor of Tevenapatam and Cuddalore, received 31st Jan. 1697/8, to cultivate good relations with the inhabitants. (12) pp. 13-4, Zulphakar Cawn's Farman, September 1698, confirming the rights of the English at Tevenapatam. (13) p. 14, Grant of land to the Governor of Tevenapatam under the seal of Seroap Sing, Killedar of Gingey, in the 6th year of Shaw Aulem's Reign (i.e. reign of Aurangzeb 1659-1707). (14) pp. 15-6, Dewan's Farman 12th Sept. 1698, Grant of Tevenapatam. (15) pp. 16-7, Agreement under the Seal of Seroap Sing in the 6th year of Shaw Aulem. (16) pp. 17-9, Farman under the Seal of Nabob Mahomed Ally Cawn 2nd Oct. 1749, Mylapore granted to the English on condition of their assisting the Nawab against the French. (17) pp. 20-2, Farman under the Seal of Mahomed Ally Cawn 31st Dec. 1749 confirming the rights of the English at Tevenapatam. (18) pp. 22-4, Farman for Poonemelly under the Seal of Aneverdy Cawn 26th Sept. 1750. Anwaruddin Khan, Governor of the Carnatic, was killed in battle on 23rd July 1749; probably the seal was used by his son Muhammad Ali, who is often referred to under the title of Anwar-uddin Khan. (19) pp. 24-5, Grant of a Mansab of 2,000 horse to Charles Floyer, Governor of Fort St. David, by Anaverdy Cawn 18th Oct. 1750. (20) pp. 25-8, Agreement between Thomas Saunders, Governor of Fort St. David, and Pratap Sing, King of Tanjore, 1st Jan. 1755, surrendering to the English the town of Divicottah, granting concessions of Trade and arranging the King's tribute, in return for the Company's protection.

Miscellaneous Firmans.  IOR/H/632  c.1717-c.1741

Contents:
(1) pp. 1-23, Translation of the Farman of Farrukhsiyar in favour of the English granted in compliance with the petition of John Surman, Coja Surhaud and Edward Stevenson or Stephenson 5th Jan. 1716/7 with 28 Husbulhookums to Mughal's officers throughout the country ordering its observance. Translated by Paupa Braminy, Linguist to the Governor of Madras. See however C. R. Wilson's Early Annals of the English in Bengal, Vol. II, Pt. II, pp. 162-9, where three Farmans are given: (1) for Bengal, Bihar and Orissa, (2) for Hyderabad, and (3) for Ahmadabad. This copy of the Farman is only a summary of the Farmans as given by Wilson, but Wilson on the other hand does not give any of the 28 Husbulhookums. (2) pp. 24-6, A list of old Madras Farmans which are missing, as delivered by Paupa Brahminy, the former Translator at that place, as follows:--Rajah Sasanum or Royal License, cut upon a gold leaf, from Srinanga Royalloo granting the town of Chinapatam to the English; Farman or Grant for the town of Triplicane by Sultan Abul Hassan, King of Golcondah, to the Company's Vakil, with certain Husbulhookums and Parwanas; Sanad or Grant for Egmore, Persawauka and Tandore given by Zulfikar Khan to Thomas Pitt for Chinapatam; A similar grant from Nabob Mardan Subah of the Province; A Sanad for coining Rupees, Pagodas and Gold Mohurs from Zulfikar Khan; A similar Parwana from Ally Mardan; Parwana from Subder Ally Cawn, Deputy Nabob, exempting the English from payment of all Duties, &c.; Cowle from Phutta Sing and Raghojee Bosala, Maratha Generals, promising not to molest the English Settlements 1741; Grant by Subder Ally Cawn to Governor Richard Benyon of Ernavore and other villages; A similar Sanad from the Nabob Nausir Jung.

Miscellaneous Treaties.  IOR/H/633  1771-1784

Contents:
(1) pp. 1-5, Treaty between the Company and Nawab Shuja-ud-daula, signed by John Stewart and William Redfern, Benares, 7th Sept. 1773 (Printed in Aitchison, II, 73-4). (2) pp. 7-8, New Cowlnama or Agreement given by Shuja-ud-daula to Raja Chait Singh 6th Sept. 1773; pp. 9-11, Potta granted by Shuja-ud-daula to Raja Chait Singh, n.d.; pp. 11-2, Warren Hastings to Chait Singh, n.d. (Printed in Aitchison, I, 41-2). (3) pp. 13-26, Proposed Articles of Treaty with Asaf-ud-daula 21st May 1775; Agreements under the Seal of Asaf-ud-daula 21st May 1775 (Printed in Aitchison, II, 74-7). (4) pp. 27-45, Treaty between the Company and the Maratha State, Poorunder [Purandhar] 1st March 1776, signed by Col. John Upton and Balaji Pandit (Printed in Aitchison, V, 28-33). (5) pp. 47-56, Sanad granted to Raja Chait Singh for the Zamindari of Ghazipur, Benares, &c., 15th April 1776 (Printed in Aitchison, I, 43-4). (6) pp. 57-63, Proposed Treaty between the Company and Maharajah Luckinder Bahadur of Gohad 2nd Dec. 1779 (Printed in Aitchison, III, 194-6). (7) pp. 65-72, Agreements concluded by Warren Hastings with Asaf-ud-daula 19th Sept. 1781 (Printed in Aitchison, II, 80-2). (8) pp. 73-90, Pottah granted to Raja Mahipnarain of Benares 1781; Cubbooleeat of Raja Mahipnarain 14th Sept. 1781; Agreement of the Raja to pay up arrears, n.d.; Requests of the Raja with answers (Printed in Aitchison, II, 49-52). (9) pp. 91-3, Treaty between Col. Muir and Mahdo Rao (i.e. Mahadji) Sindia 13th Oct. 1781 (Printed in Aitchison, III, 269). (10) pp. 95-109, David Anderson's Treaty of Peace with the Marathas (i.e. with Mahadji Sindia) 6th June 1782 (Printed in Aitchison, V, 41-6); pp. 111-5, Extracts from Bengal Secret Consultations 15th March, 3rd June and 10th July 1783, relative to the above Treaty. (11) pp. 119-30, Raja of Tanjore to Lord (? Pigot) 12th April 1776 respecting the admission of an English garrison to Tanjore; Sanad to the East India Company surrendering certain villages 17th June 1778 (Printed in Aitchison, V, 372-4). (12) pp. 131-8, Treaty between Nawab Amir-ul-Umara Shuja-ul-Mulk and Madras Government 27th April 1779; Sanad from Basalat Jang 1779 (Printed in Aitchison, V, 163-5). (13) pp. 139-46, Treaty of Peace with Tipu Sultan 11th March 1784, signed by Anthony Sadleir, George Leonard Staunton and John Hudlestone (Printed in Aitchison, V, 263-6). (14) pp. 149-50, Letter from Momun Khan, Nawab of Cambay, 22nd Oct. 1771 (Printed in Aitchison, IV, 302). (15) pp. 151-9, Treaty of friendship between the Company and the Nawab Imtiaz-ud-daula, Nawab of Broach, 30th Nov. 1771 (Printed in Aitchison, IV, 475-7). (16) pp. 161-2, Agreement between William Andrew Price for the Company and Fateh Sing Gaikwar 12th Jan. 1773 (Printed in Aitchison, IV, 189). (17) pp. 163-83, Treaty between William Hornby, Governor of Madras, and Raghuji Rao Balaji, Peshwa, 6th March 1775, with five Sanads (Printed in Aitchison, V, 21-8). (18) pp. 185-202, Treaty between Hornby and Raghunath Rao Baji Rao Pardhan 24th Nov. 1778 (Printed in Aitchison, V, 34-8). (19) pp. 203-11, Agreement between Srimanth Madho Rao Narain Pardhan and the Company, signed in the Maratha Camp by Thomas Holmes and William G. Farmer and in the English Camp by John Carnac and Col. Charles Egerton; Agreement by John Carnac Councillor and Col. Egerton with Mahduji Sindia 1779. This is the Convention of Wargaon [i.e. Wadgaon] which the Bombay Government refused to ratify (Printed in Aitchison, V, 39-41). (20) pp. 213-21, Treaty between the Company and Fateh Sing Gaikwar 20th Jan. 1780. (This is only the ratified version of the Treaty, which is printed side by side with the original Treaty in Aitchison, IV, 190-6). (See H/149 (6).)

Treaties and Agreement with Country Powers in India.  IOR/H/634  1688-1794

Contents:
(1) pp. i-vi, Alphabetical Index to Treaties in H/634-6; pp. ix-xv, List of Contents of the same volumes. (2) pp. 1-31, Treaty with the Nawab of Arcot 2nd April 1781 (Printed in Aitchison, V, 319-28); pp. 37-40, Extracts from Bengal Secret Consultations 13th Jan. 1783 relative to above Treaty. (See H/637 (2).) (3) pp. 41-2, Treaty with the Bibi of Cannanore by Gen. Norman Macleod 6th Jan. 1784 (Printed in Aitchison, V, 497). (4) pp. 45-53, Treaty of Peace with Tipu Sultan 11th March 1784 (Printed in Aitchison, V, 263-6, without the ratification by Lord Macartney and the Madras Council dated 27th March 1784. See H/633 (13)). (5) pp. 54-60, Agreement of the Bengal Government with Madho Rao Sindia regulating the Company's Trade and Privileges at Broach 21st March 1783 (Printed in Aitchison, III, 271-4). (6) pp. 61-71, Agreement with the Nawab of Arcot by the Madras Government for the surrender of the Assignment 28th June 1785 (Printed in Aitchison, V, 329-32. See H/637 (5)). (7) pp. 73-6, Agreement with the King of Quedah for the cession of Prince Edward Island to the Company, concluded by Capt. F. Light 2nd March 1786 (Printed in Aitchison, I, 302-3. See H/637 (6)). (8) pp. 77-98, Agreement with the Nawab of Arcot to pay nine lakhs of Pagodas annually for the defence of his territories, concluded by Sir Archibald Campbell 24th Feb. 1787 (Printed in Aitchison, V, 333-9. See H/637 (7)). (9) pp. 101-16, Sir Archibald Campbell's Treaty with the Raja of Tanjore 10th April 1787 (Printed in Aitchison, V, 375-9). (10) pp. 117-28, Lord Cornwallis to the Nawab Vizir of Oudh 15th April 1787 (from Bengal Persian Correspondence); pp. 129-32, Extract from Bengal Secret Letter 17th Jan. 1787; pp. 133-40, Letter from the Nawab Vizir; pp. 141-4, Letter from the Minister Hyder Beg Khan 21st July 1787; pp. 145-64, Treaty of Commerce with Oudh 25th July 1788 (the Treaty is printed in Aitchison, II, 89-94); pp. 165-87, State of the Treaty--a kind of explanation. (See H/638 (8).) (11) pp. 189-90, Nizam's Order to Sief Jung to surrender the Guntur Circar to the Company 18th Sept. 1788 (Printed in Aitchison, V, 165. See H/637 (9)). (12) pp. 191-228, Agreement with the Spanish Philippine Company to supply certain East India Goods to the value of 600,000 Dollars 10th Dec. 1788 (not in Aitchison. See H/637 (10)). (13) pp. 229-40, Lord Cornwallis' Letter to the Nizam 7th July 1789, Considered equivalent to a Treaty (Printed in Aitchison, V, 165-8. See H/637 (11)). (14) pp. 241-8, Instrument for putting the Peshwa in possession of Gingerah [Jinjira], Balloo Meah resigning his hereditary right 6th March 1790 (apparently not in Aitchison). (15) pp. 249-58, Triple Treaty between the Company, Marathas and Nizam 1st June 1790, ratified 5th July 1790 (Printed in Aitchison, V, 48-51. See H/637 (12)); pp. 259-70, Another Treaty to the same effect 4th July 1790, ratified by the Governor-General and Council on 27th July (not in Aitchison). (16) pp. 271-4, Agreement between the Coorga Raja and the Factors at Tellicherry 26th Oct. 1790 (Printed in Aitchison, V, 287. See H/637 (13)). (17) pp. 275-86, Treaty with the Raja of Cochin, concluded by George Powney, Resident at Travancore, 6th Jan. 1791 (Printed in Aitchison, V, 411-3), with letter from Powney 7th Jan. (18) pp. 287-90, Treaty with the King of Quedah respecting Prince of Wales Island, concluded by Capt. Francis Light 1st May 1791. (See (7) above. Printed in Aitchison, I, 303-5. See H/637 (14).) (19) pp. 291-6, Agreement for compensating Balloo Meah (see (14) above), concluded between Malet and the Peshwa 12th June 1791; pp. 297-8, Engagement entered into by Balloo Meah (Printed in Aitchison, IV, 315-6). (20) pp. 299-306, Preliminary Articles agreed upon by Tipu Sultan and Lord Cornwallis 22nd Feb. 1792 (Printed in Aitchison, V, 266-7); pp. 301-18, Treaty of Seringapatam 1st March 1792 (Printed in Aitchison, V, 267-74. See H/637 (15)). (21) pp. 319-26, Treaty of Commerce with the Raja of Nepal, concluded by Jonathan Duncan, Resident at Benares, 1st March 1792 (Printed in Aitchison, II, 159-60). (22) pp. 327-30, Temporary agreement between the Bombay Government and the Raja of Cartinaad (signed William Garmel Farmer and Alexander Dow) 26th April 1792. Similar Agreements were signed with the Rajas of Cherical and Cotiote 4th May 1792. (The Agreement with the Raja of Cherical is printed in Aitchison, V, 460-1.) (23) pp. 331-58, Lord Cornwallis' Treaty with the Nawab of Arcot 12th July 1792 to be substituted for that of 1787 (Printed in Aitchison, V, 339-47); pp. 359-60, Lord Cornwallis to Gen. William Medows, Governor of Madras, 16th July 1792. (See H/637 (16)). (24) pp. 363-82, Treaty with the Raja of Tanjore concluded by Sir Charles Oakeley 12th July 1792, to be substituted for that of 1787 (Printed in Aitchison, V, 380-6); pp. 383-90, President's (i.e. Oakeley's) Minute on the above 28th Aug. 1792. (.--Oakeley became Governor only on 1st Aug. See H/637 (17).) (25) pp. 391-402, Agreement with the Zamorin of Calicut by the Malabar Commissioners for leasing certain Taluks 18th Aug. 1792 (Printed in Aitchison, V, 487-90). (26) pp. 403-12, Agreement with the Raja of Cherical by the Malabar Commissioners 12th Oct. 1792 (Printed in Aitchison, V, 461-4). Similar Agreements with the Rajas of Cartinaad and Cotiote on 10th May. (27) pp. 413-9, Treaty with the Raja of Kolhapur or Malwan Raja 25th Nov. 1792 for settling his debts to the Company and protecting merchants from the depredations of the Malwan Fleet 25th Nov. 1792. Signed by Lieut. William Thomas Sandiford (Persian Interpreter to the Governor of Bombay) and Balaji Ram (Commandant of Cavalry to Sivaji), Raja of Kolhapur (Printed in Aitchison, IV, 399-401). (28) pp. 421-31, Commercial Arrangements at Assam. A new system of Commerce established by the Maharaja Surgy Deo 28th Feb. 1793. Signed by Capt. Thomas Welsh and Lieut. Robert McGregor (Printed in Aitchison, I, 169-72). (29) pp. 433-6, Bibi [Bulia] of Cannanore's surrender of the Laccadive Islands to the Malabar Commissioners 11th April 1793 (Printed in Aitchison, V, 498). (30) pp. 437-42, Agreement with the Zamorin of Calicut, for the establishment of Courts of Justice by the Malabar Commissioners 21st June 1793 (Printed in Aitchison, V, 492-5). (31) pp. 443-8, Akrarnama or Engagement of Alla Coomby, Acheen of Palghat, with the Malabar Commissioners 21st June 1793 (Printed in Aitchison, V, 474-5). (32) pp. 449-54, Akrarnama from Veravarma, Raja of Corimnaad, 24th June 1793 (Printed in Aitchison, V, 470-1). (33) pp. 457-63, Agreement of Cadverma (Codavarma) Raja, Raja of Cartinaad, for the establishment of Courts of Justice, Collection of Revenues, &c. 19th June 1793 (Printed in Aitchison, V, 467-8); pp. 463-4, Letter from the Malabar Commissioners to Mr. Farmer, Supervisor of the Province, 6th July 1793. (34) pp. 465-70, Akrarnama of Ranjevarma, Raja of Beypoor, 2nd and 6th July 1793 (Printed in Aitchison, V, 478-9). (35) pp. 473-98, Agreement with the Peripnaad Raja concluded by James Stevens, Supravisor, September 1794, with explanatory letter from Mr. Stevens to George Dick, Governor of Bombay. (Apparently this is a version of the Agreement with the Raja of Corimnaad, printed in Aitchison, V, 471-4.) (36) pp. 501-10, Agreement with Raja Mohipnarain, Zamindar of Benares, 27th Oct. 1794 (Printed in Aitchison, II, 52, 54). Signed by Jonathan Duncan. (See H/637 (18).) (37) pp. 511-24, Engagement between Asaf-ud-daula, Nawab of Oudh, and the Rohillas, guaranteed by the English 29th Nov. 1794 (not in Aitchison). (38) pp. 525-60, Kabooleat or Engagement of the Nawab Ahmed Ally Khan [Nawab of Rampore] with Asaf-ud-daula 30th Dec. 1794 (not in Aitchison), with relevant papers. (39) pp. 561-78, Treaty with the Beys of Egypt, concluded by George Baldwin, with explanatory letter 24th July 1794 to Government of Bombay (not in Aitchison). (40) pp. 581-98, Agreement with the Armenian Merchants granting them certain Privileges of Trade and Residence in India 22nd June 1688, signed by Benjamin Bathurst (Governor of the Company of Merchants of London trading to the East Indies), Josiah Child (Deputy Governor), Lord Worcester, John Moore and G. Boun (not in Aitchison, but printed in the Second Report of the Select Committee, p. 283); pp. 599-602, Madras Consultations 3rd July 1689 and 14th April 1690.

Treaties and Agreement with Country Powers in India.  IOR/H/635  1795-1802

Contents:
(1) pp. i-iv, List of Contents. (2) pp. 1-5, Temporary Engagement with the Raja of Travancore, settled by Jonathan Duncan, Governor of Bombay, 17th Nov. 1795; pp. 6-19, Proposed terms of a perpetual Treaty with the Raja of Travancore, signed Jonathan Duncan (Printed in Aitchison, V, 431-6. See H/637 (20)); pp. 20-38, Correspondence between Bombay, Bengal (Governor-General), Ram Raja and Court. (3) pp. 39-50, Agreement between Lord Hobart (Governor of Madras) and the Nawab of Arcot relative to the District of Ramnadporam 4th March 1795 (not in Aitchison). (4) pp. 51-74, Treaty with the Raja of Tanjore concluded by A. Macleod for the modification of the Treaty of 1792, dated 23rd Jan. 1796, Annulled by Bengal (not in Aitchison), with extract from Bengal Political Letter of 30th June 1796. (See H/637 (21).) (5) pp. 75-6, Agreement with the Nawab of Oudh for defraying the expenses of two Regiments of Cavalry 20th March 1797 (Printed in Aitchison, II, 95. See H/637 (22)). (6) pp. 77-98, Commercial Arrangements concluded by Capt. Michael Symes at Ava (Printed in Aitchison, I, 265-70). See Account of an Embassy to the Kingdom of Ava, 1795, by Major M. Symes. (7) pp. 99-100, Sir John Shore's engagement granting an Annuity of 1,50,000 Rupees to the Nawab Vizir Saadat Ali Khan 26th Jan. 1798 (not in Aitchison). (8) pp. 101-15, Treaty between Nawab Vizir Saadat Ali Khan and the Company for an increase of Subsidy 21st Feb. 1798 (Printed in Aitchison, II, 95-9. See H/637 (23)); pp. 117-8, Engagement made by Saadat Ali Khan to the Bhaw Begum (mother of Asaf-ud-daula), guaranteed by the English (Printed in Aitchison, II, 99-100). (9) pp. 119-34, Treaty with the Nizam-ul-Mulk for increasing the Subsidiary Force 1st Sept. 1798 (Printed in Aitchison, V, 173-7. See H/637 (24)). (10) pp. 135-40, Coolnama or written Engagement from the Imam of Muscat for Alliance and Commerce 12th Oct. 1798 (Printed in Aitchison, VII, 87-8). (11) pp. 141-68, Treaty between the Company and the Nizam partitioning the Mysore Dominions 22nd June 1799 (Printed in Aitchison, V, 178-88); pp. 169-78, Explanatory Memorial. (See H/637 (25).) (12) pp. 181-98, Treaty with the Raja of Mysore for establishing him on the throne and providing him with a Subsidiary Force 8th July 1799 (Printed in Aitchison, V, 275-80); pp. 199-202, Explanatory Memorial. (See H/637 (26).) (13) pp. 203-16, Treaty with the Raja of Tanjore, making over the whole country to the Company for settling his private debts and to make provision for Amir Singh 25th Oct. 1799 (Printed in Aitchison, V, 386-90. See H/637 (27)); pp. 217-22, Letter from Raja Serfojee to Benjamin Torin (Resident at Tanjore) 23rd Oct. 1799; pp. 222-6, Lord Clive (Governor of Madras) to Benjamin Torin 29th Oct. 1799. (14) pp. 227-8, Agreement with the Imam of Muscat for the establishment there of a Resident 18th Jan. 1800, concluded by Capt. John Malcolm (Printed in Aitchison, VII, 88-9). (15) pp. 229-36, Agreement with the Nawab of Surat, Nasir-ud-din, for transferring the Administration of the country to the Company 13th May 1800 (Printed in Aitchison, IV, 496-8. See H/637 (28)). (16) pp. 237-54, Treaty of Defensive Alliance with the Nizam, concluded by Capt. J. A. Kirkpatrick 20th May 1800, Cancelled by Lord Wellesley and replaced by, pp. 255-85, Treaty of Defensive Alliance 12th Oct. 1800 (the latter is printed in Aitchison, V, 188-97. See H/637 (29)). (17) pp. 287-316, Treaty of Defensive Alliance with the King of Persia (Fateh Ali Shah), concluded by Capt. John Malcolm 1st Jan. 1801 (Printed in Aitchison, VI, 375-83). (18) pp. 317-28, Draft Treaty with the Nawab of Arcot prepared by Lord Clive on the principle of the Treaty of 1799 with Tanjore, but postponed for reasons stated in Lord Clive's letter of 21st May 1801 to Lord Wellesley; pp. 329-46, Treaty concluded with the Nawab of Arcot by Lord Clive 31st July 1801, but modified by Lord Wellesley as regards the right of Succession; pp. 347-64, Treaty with the Nawab of Arcot, Azim-ul-daula, for settling the Succession 31st July 1801 (this last is printed in Aitchison, V, 348-54. See H/637 (30)). (19) pp. 365-74, Treaty with the Raja of Nepal for giving effect to the Commercial Treaty of 1792, concluded by the Bengal Government 26th Oct. 1801, Ratified by the Governor-General on 30th Oct. 1801 and by Nepal on 28th Oct. 1802 (Printed in Aitchison, II, 161-5). (20) pp. 377-88, Treaty with the Nawab of Oudh for cession of Territory in commutation of Subsidy, concluded by Henry Wellesley and Lieut.-Col. William Scott 10th Nov. 1801 (Printed in Aitchison, II, 100-3. See H/637 (31)). (21) pp. 389-406, Treaty of Alliance and Commerce with the Sultan of Tidore, concluded by R. T. Farquhar (for the East India Company) 12th Nov. 1801; pp. 407-20, Treaty of Alliance and Commerce with the Sultan of Ternate, concluded by R. T. Farquhar 23rd Nov. 1801; pp. 423-40, Treaty of Alliance and Commerce with the Sultan of Batchian, concluded by R. T. Farquhar 30th Jan. 1802. (All these Treaties were dissolved by the Government of Madras and none of them are printed in Aitchison.) (22) pp. 441-6, Convention with Anand Rao Gaikwar for a Subsidiary Force, concluded by Jonathan Duncan 15th March 1802 (Printed in Aitchison, IV, 197-8. See H/637 (32)). (23) pp. 447-52, Treaty of Commerce with the Nizam, concluded by Major J. A. Kirkpatrick 12th April 1802 (Printed in Aitchison, V, 198-201. See H/637 (33)); pp. 453-8, Major Kirkpatrick to Marquess Wellesley 13th April 1802. (24) pp. 459-64, Treaty with the Nawab of Farrukhabad for cession of his Territories, concluded by Marquess Wellesley 4th June 1802 (Printed in Aitchison, II, 35-7. See H/637 (34)); pp. 464-6, N. B. Edmonstone (Secretary to Government) to G. Mercer (Secretary to the Governor of the Ceded Provinces), n.d., conveying Lord Wellesley's approval of Henry Wellesley's action.

Treaties and Agreement with Country Powers in India.  IOR/H/636  1802-1806

Contents:
(1) pp. i-iii, List of Contents. (2) pp. 1-8, Treaty with the Gaikwar for the cession of certain territory to the Company and for defraying the expense of the Subsidiary Force 6th June 1802 (Printed in Aitchison, IV, 198-200. See H/637 (35)). (3) pp. 9-14, Treaty with the King of Queda for cession to the Company of a tract of land on the opposite shore to Queda, concluded by Sir George Leith (Lieutenant-Governor of Penang) in 1800 and ratified 18th Nov. 1802 by the Governor-General in Council (Printed in Aitchison, I, 305-7), Territory now known as Province Wellesley. (4) pp. 17-40, Treaty of Defensive Alliance with the Peshwa, concluded by Col. Barry Close 31st Dec. 1802, known as the Treaty of Bassein (Printed in Aitchison, V, 52-9. See H/637 (36)). (5) pp. 41-4, Treaty of Defensive Alliance with Amrut Rao 14th Aug. 1803, signed by Major-Gen. Arthur Wellesley, An allowance granted for his own and his son's life in return for Military Assistance (Printed under date of 16th Aug. in Gurwood's Despatches, pp. 637-8). (6) pp. 45-8, Acknowledgment by the Nizam Sikandar Jah on his accession of all subsisting Treaties with the English 7th Aug. 1803 with similar instrument executed by the Governor-General 24th Aug. 1803 (Printed in Aitchison, V, 201-2). (7) pp. 49-54, Transfer of Bundelkhand to the Company by Raja Himmat Bahadur 4th Sept. 1803 (Printed in Aitchison, II, 225-7. See H/637 (37)), signed by J. Meisselback. (8) pp. 57-8, Treaty of Defensive Alliance with the Raja of Bhurtpore (i.e. Ranjit Sing, a Jat) 29th Sept. 1803, signed by Lord Lake (Printed in Aitchison, III, 185). (9) pp. 59-62, Treaty of Defensive Alliance with the Raja of Macherry 14th Nov. 1803, signed by Lord Lake (not in Aitchison). (10) pp. 63-8, Treaty of Defensive Alliance with the Raja of Jaypore and Jyenagar 12th Dec. 1803 (Printed in Aitchison, III, 67-8). (11) pp. 69-72, Engagements of friendship with the Rajas of Duspulea, Angale, Hindole and Deckanaul, concluded by Lieut.-Col. George Harcourt and John Melville, Commissioners for settling the Affairs of Orissa (other versions are printed in Aitchison, I, 115-7). (12) pp. 73-6, Agreements of Friendship with the Raja of Boadh, Sambalpur and Sonepur (Orissa States) 13th Dec. 1803 (other versions printed in Aitchison, I, 117-8, under date 3rd March 1804). (13) pp. 77-90, Treaty of Friendship and Alliance with Raja Ambaji Rao Anglia (of Gohad) 16th Dec. 1803, concluded by Gen. Lake (Printed in Aitchison, III, 196-9). (14) pp. 93-100, Treaty of Peace and Cession of Cuttack from the Raja of Berar 17th Dec. 1803, concluded by Major-Gen. Arthur Wellesley (Printed in Aitchison, V, 90-2. See H/637 (38)); pp. 101-16, Major-Gen. Wellesley to Marquis Wellesley 17th Dec. 1803, Explanatory of the Treaty (Printed in Gurwood, II, 916). (15) pp. 117-24, Treaty of Friendship and Alliance with the Raja of Jodhpur, concluded by Lord Lake 22nd Dec. 1803 (Printed in Aitchison, III, 99-100). (16) pp. 125-40, Treaty of Peace and Friendship with Daulat Rao Sindia, settled by Major-Gen. Arthur Wellesley 30th Dec. 1803 (Printed in Aitchison, III, 275-9. See H/637 (39)); pp. 141-60, Explanatory Letter from Wellesley to Marquess Wellesley 30th Dec. 1803 (Printed in Gurwood, II, 933). (17) pp. 161-7, Treaty of Friendship and Alliance with the Rana of Gohad 17th Jan. 1804, concluded by Gen. Lake (Printed in Aitchison, III, 200-2). (18) pp. 169-74, Treaty of Peace and Alliance with the Subadar of Jhansi 6th Feb. 1804, signed J. Baillie (Printed in Aitchison, II, pp. 242-3). (19) pp. 177-96, Subsidiary Treaty with Sindia 27th Feb. 1804 for the establishment of a Subsidiary Force near his Boundary (Printed in Aitchison, III, 285-90. See H/637 (39)). (20) pp. 197-204, Partition Treaty with the Nizam 28th April 1804 (Printed in Aitchison, V, 202-4. See H/637 (40)). (21) pp. 205-12, Partition Treaty of Poona with the Peshwa 14th May 1804 (Printed in Aitchison, V, 62-4. See H/637 (41)). (22) pp. 213-28, Treaty with the Raja of Travancore 12th Jan. 1805 (Printed in Aitchison, V, 437-40. See H/637 (42)), signed C. Macaulay. (23) pp. 229-34, Treaty of Amity and Alliance with Raja Ranjit Sing of Bhurtpore, concluded by Lord Lake 17th April 1805 (Printed in Aitchison, III, 186-8. See H/637 (43)). (24) pp. 237-58, Treaty with the Raja Anand Rao Gaikwar 21st April 1805 (Printed in Aitchison, IV, 217-23. See H/637 (44)). (25) pp. 259-72, Definitive Treaty of Amity and Alliance with Daulat Rao Sindia, signed John Malcolm 22nd Nov. 1805 (Printed in Aitchison, III, 290-5. See H/637 (45)). (26) pp. 275-86, Treaty of Peace and Amity with Jeswant Rao Holkar, signed by John Malcolm 24th Dec. 1805 (Printed in Aitchison, III, 341-4. See H/637 (46)). (27) pp. 289-92, Treaty of Friendship and Amity with the Sirdars Ranjit Sing and Fateh Sing of Lahore, signed by John Malcolm 1st Jan. 1806 (Printed in Aitchison, VI, 21. See H/637 (47)). (28) pp. 293-8, Treaty with the Rana of Gohad 10th Jan. 1806 (Printed in Aitchison, III, 203-4). (29) pp. 301-4, Engagement by the British to restore Sambalpur and Patna to Raghuji Bhonsla of Berar 24th Aug. 1806 (Printed in Aitchison, V, 92-3). (30) pp. 305-22, Treaty with Govind Rao, Nana of Kalpi, restoring certain Territories, concluded by Capt. John Baillie, 23rd Oct. 1806 (not in Aitchison. See H/636 (48)); pp. 323-34, Capt. Baillie to N. B. Edmonstone 30th Nov. 1806, with enclosures. (31) pp. 335-8, Treaty with the Peshwa, supplemental to the Treaty of Bassein, concluded by Lieut.-Col. Barry Close 16th Dec. 1803 (incomplete; the whole Treaty is printed in Aitchison, V, 59-62).

Miscellaneous treaties.  IOR/H/637  1781-1822

Contents:
(1) pp. i-iv, List of Treaties (as far as p. 545) in the Accountant's Office concluded by the Company with the Native Powers of India from 1781 to 1806 with one of 1822. (2) pp. 5-22, Treaty with the Nawab of Arcot 2nd April 1781, Replies of the Governor-General (Warren Hastings) to the Nawab's request, Extract of Bengal Secret Consultations 29th March 1781, Nawab's letter to the Governor 7th Sept. 1781. (See H/634 (2)). (3) pp. 25-6, Lord Macartney's Agreement with the Nawab of Arcot for the Assignment of the Revenues 2nd Dec. 1781 (Printed in Aitchison, V, 328). (4) pp. 29-31, Agreement with the Nawab of Arcot 13th Jan. 1783 to be substituted for Article 8 of the Treaty of 1781 (not in Aitchison). (5) pp. 33-43, Alexander Davidson's Agreement with the Nawab of Arcot 28th June 1785. (See H/634 (6)). (6) pp. 45-7, Agreement with the King of Quedah for the possession of Prince of Wales' Island, concluded by Capt. Francis Light 2nd March 1786. (See H/634 (7)) (7) pp. 49-68, Sir Archibald Campbell's Treaty with the Nawab of Arcot 24th Feb. 1787. (See H/634 (8)) (8) pp. 73-99, Lord Cornwallis' letter to the Nawab Wazir of Oudh 15th April 1787, Treaty of Commerce, &c., &c. (See H/634 (10)). (9) p. 101, Instrument for the surrender of Guntur to the Company 18th Sept. 1788. (See H/634 (11)) (10) pp. 105-16, Agreement with the Spanish Philippine Company 10th Dec. 1788. (See H/634 (12)). (11) pp. 121-8, Lord Cornwallis' Letter to the Nizam 7th July 1789. (See H/634 (13)). (12) pp. 133-5, Printed Copy of Treaty with the Nizam against Tipu Sultan 4th July 1790 (Printed in Aitchison, V, 169-71); pp. 136-8, Printed Copy of Triple Treaty with the Nizam and the Marathas 1st June 1790. (See H/634 (15)). (13) pp. 141-3, Agreement between the Coorga Raja and the Factors at Tellicherry 26th Oct. 1790. (See H/634 (16)) (14) pp. 145-7, Treaty with the King of Quedah respecting Prince of Wales' Island 1st May 1791. (See H/634 (18)) (15) pp. 149-64, Treaty of Seringapatam 1st March 1792. (See H/634 (20)) (16) pp. 169-81, Madras Military Consultations 16th July 1792, Lord Cornwallis' Letter to Gen. Medows of 12th July with his Treaty with the Nawab of Arcot of the same date. (See H/634 (23)) (17) pp. 185-200, President's (Charles Oakeley's) Minute of 28th Aug. 1792 and his Treaty with Tanjore. (See H/634 (24)) (18) pp. 201-5, Agreement with the Raja of Benares (Mohipnarain) 27th Oct. 1794. (See H/634 (36)) (19) pp. 209-11, Treaty of Amity, Commerce and Navigation between Britain and the United States of America 19th Nov. 1794 (not in Aitchison). (20) pp. 213-22, Treaty of Alliance and Subsidy with the Raja of Travancore 17th Nov. 1795. (See H/635 (2)) (21) pp. 225-308, Madras Political Consultations 16th Feb. 1796, Letters from the Raja of Travancore to Governor Lord Hobart 20th and 25th Jan. 1796 complaining of the Resident A. Macleod in connection with the Treaty of 23rd Jan (see H/635 (4)), Lord Hobart to Macleod 31st Jan. 1796, Macleod to Lord Hobart 3rd and 5th Feb., and further Correspondence, including a letter from Padre C. F. Swartz. (22) p. 311, Agreement with the Nawab of Oudh for paying for two Regiments of Cavalry 20th March 1797. (See H/635 (5)). (23) pp. 315-24, Treaty between the Company and the Nawab Vizir Saadat Ali 21st Feb. 1798. (See H/635 (8)). (24) pp. 327-36, Treaty with the Nizam 1st Sept. 1798. (See H/635 (9)). (25) pp. 339-61, Treaty with the Nizam 22nd June 1799 with Memorial Explanatory. (See H/635 (11)). (26) pp. 363-5, Treaty with the Raja of Mysore 8th July 1799. (See H/635 (12).) (27) pp. 367-77, Treaty with the Raja of Tanjore 25th Oct. 1799. (See H/635 (13).) (28) pp. 379-82, Treaty with the Nawab of Surat (Nasir-ud-din) 13th May 1800. (See H/635 (15).) (29) pp. 385-403, Treaty with the Nizam 12th Oct. 1800. (See H/635 (16).) (30) pp. 405-25, Treaty for settling the Arcot succession 31st July 1801. (See H/635 (18).) (31) pp. 429-38, Treaty between the Company and the Nawab Vizir Saadat Ali 10th Nov. 1801. (See H/635 (20).). (32) pp. 441-3, Treaty between the Company and the Gaikwar 15th March 1802. (See H/635 (22).) (33) pp. 445-6, Commercial Treaty with the Nizam 12th April 1802. (See H/635 (23).) (34) pp. 449-53, Treaty with the Nawab of Farrukhabad 4th June 1802. (See H/635 (24).) (35) pp. 457-62, Treaty with the Gaikwar 6th June 1802. (See H/636 (2).) (36) pp. 465-79, Treaty with the Peshwa 31st Dec. 1802, i.e. Treaty of Bassein. (See H/636 (4).) (37) pp. 481-4, Treaty with Raja Himmat of Bundelkhand 4th Sept. 1803. (See H/636 (7).) (38) pp. 487-90, Treaty with the Raja of Berar 17th Dec. 1803. (See H/636 (14).) (39) pp. 493-9, Treaty with Sindia 30th Dec. 1803 (see H/636 (16)); pp. 501-14, Subsidiary Treaty 27th Feb. 1804. (See H/636 (19).) (40) pp. 517-22, Partition Treaty with the Nizam 28th April 1804. (See H/636 (20).) (41) pp. 525-36, Partition Treaty with the Peshwa 14th May 1804. (See H/636 (21).) (42) pp. 533-40, Treaty with the Raja of Travancore 12th Jan. 1805. (See H/636 (22).) (43) pp. 541-5, Treaty with the Raja of Bhurtpore 17th April 1805. (See H/636 (23).) (44) pp. 547-63, Treaty with the Gaikwar 21st April 1805. (See H/636 (24).) (45) pp. 567-81, Treaty with Sindia 22nd Nov. 1805. (See H/636 (25).) pp. (46) pp. 583-9, Treaty with Holkar 24th Dec. 1805. (See H/636 (26).) (47) pp. 591-2, Treaty with Raja Ranjit Sing of Lahore 1st Jan. 1806. (See H/636 (27).) (48) pp. 595-619, Treaty with Govind Rao of Calpee 23rd Oct. 1806. (See H/636 (30).) (49) pp. 633-42, Treaty with the Nizam, concluded by C. T. Metcalfe 12th Dec. 1822 (Printed in Aitchison, V, 205-11).

Miscellaneous treaties and agreements.  IOR/H/638  1792-1815

Contents:
(1) pp. i-iv, List of Treaties and Public Engagements concluded with the Native States of India subsequent to 1809 and enclosed from Mr. Secretary Adam (Bengal) to Mr. Secretary J. Cobb (India House) 16th Dec. 1816, Intended as a continuation to the Collection of Treaties published by the Company in 1812. --This Collection is not in the India Office Library. (2) pp. 1-5, Treaty of Commerce with Raja Rau Bahadur Sah of Nepal 1st March 1792 (Printed in Aitchison, II, 159-60). (3) pp. 9-11, Agreement between the Company and the Maha Rao Shree Roydhunjee of Kutch 7th Dec. 1809, concluded by Capt. Samuel Adam Greenwood (Printed in Aitchison, IV, 11). (4) pp. 13-4, Agreement between the Diwan Hansraj Syam Das of Mandavi Bandar with Capt. Greenwood on behalf of the Company 28th Oct. 1809 (Printed in Aitchison, IV, 11-2). (5) pp. 17-21, Treaty with Shah Shuja, King of Cabul, concluded by Major E. D'A. Todd 17th June 1809 (Printed in Aitchison, VI, 345-7), against the French and Persians. (6) pp. 25-7, Treaty with the Raja of Lahore (i.e. Ranjit Sing) concluded by C. T. Metcalfe 30th May 1809 (Printed in Aitchison, VI, 22). (7) p. 29, Treaty with the Amirs of Sind 22nd Aug. 1809 (Printed in Aitchison, VI, 272-3). (8) pp. 33-40, Preliminary Treaty with the King of Persia, concluded by Sir Harford Jones 12th March 1809 (Printed in Aitchison, VI, 383-6). (9) pp. 41-52, Treaty of perpetual Friendship and Subsidy between the Company and the Raja of Cochin 6th May 1809 (Printed in Aitchison, V, 413-7). (10) pp. 53-4, Engagement on the part of Maharaja Bakhtawar Singh of Macheri [in Alwar, Rajputana] 16th July 1811 (Printed in Aitchison, III, 221-2). (11) pp. 57-63, Treaty with the Nawab Vizer, concluded by the Resident, J. Baillie, 14th Jan. 1812 (Printed in Aitchison, II, 111-3), for the adjustment of River Boundary Disputes. (12) pp. 65-75, Treaty of Friendship and Defensive Alliance with the Raja of Oorcha [in Bundelkhand] 23rd Dec. 1812 (Printed in Aitchison, II, 261-3). (13) pp. 77-84, Treaty with the Raja of Kolhapur 1st Oct. 1812 for the cession of Malwan and the cessation of Piracy 1st Oct. 1812 (Printed in Aitchison, IV, 401-3). (14) pp. 85-90, Treaty with the Raja Phond Sawunt Bhonsla of Coodall for the suppression of Piracy, concluded by Capt. Courtland Schuyler of H. M. 84th Regiment, 3rd Oct. 1812 (Printed in Aitchison, IV, 446-8). (15) pp. 93-101, Treaty of Friendship and Defensive Alliance with Raja Jey Sing Deo, Raja of Rewah and Mukhandpur 5th Oct. 1812 (Printed in Aitchison, II, 417-20); pp. 105-19, Do. do. 2nd June 1813 (Printed in Aitchisen, II, 420-4); pp. 121-7, Third Treaty 11th March 1814 (Printed in Aitchison, II, 425-7). (16) pp. 130-1, Confirmation of previous Treaties by Ghazi-uddin Hyder, Nawab Vizir of Oudh, 12th July 1814 (not in Aitchison); pp. 133-5, Similar engagement by the Governor-General 3rd Aug. 1814 (not in Aitchison). (17) pp. 137-45, Treaty of Alliance between the Company and Maharaj Mirza Rao Bharmuljee of Kutch agreeing to pay indemnity for the Waghers 14th Jan. 1816, with a Deed executed by the Maharaj 16th Jan. 1816 ceding the Fort of Anjar with certain villages and agreeing to pay a subsidy (Printed in Aitchison, IV, 13-7); pp. 149-51, Supplementary Treaty 18th June 1816 (Printed in Aitchison, IV, 17-8). (18) pp. 153-9, Treaty with Maharaja Bikram Sah of Nepal, concluded by Lieut.-Col. Paris Bradshaw 2nd Dec. 1816 (Printed in Aitchison, II, 166-8); pp. 161-2, Engagement on behalf of the Maharaja of Nepal 4th March 1816 (not in Aitchison). (19) pp. 165-84, Treaty with Maharaja Pursojee Bhonsla of Berar for subsidizing a British force, concluded by Richard Jenkins 27th May 1816 (Printed in Aitchison, V, 93-8). (20) pp. 185-90, Treaty with Ghazi-uddin Hyder, Nawab Vizir of Oudh, on the transfer of Khairagarh and Terai to Oudh, concluded by Richard Strachey 1st May 1816 (Printed in Aitchison, II, 190-2). (21) pp. 193-202, Ikrarnamah or Obligation of Allegiance by Lal Sheo Raj Sing of Oocheerah and Nagode (in Bhagelkhand) 11th March 1809 (Printed in Aitchison, II, 429-31); pp. 205-26, Sanad granted to Lal Sheo Raj Singh 20th March 1809 (Printed in Aitchison, II, 431-2) with a Statement or List of Villages (Printed in Aitchison, II, App. XIII). (22) pp. 229-38, Ikrarnama or Obligation of Allegiance by Lal Aman Sing of Sohawul and Rygawn 16th July 1809 (Printed in Aitchison, II, 444-6); pp. 241-55, Sanad granted to Lal Aman Sing 18th July 1809 (Printed in Aitchison, II, 446-7), with a Statement or List of Villages (Printed in Aitchison, II, Appl. XVI). (23) pp. 257-64, Ikrarnama or Obligation of Allegiance by Dewan Joogul Pershad (Bundelkhand) 23rd Aug. 1809 (Printed in Aitchison, II, 330-1); pp. 265-9, Sanad granted to Joogul Pershad 25th Aug. 1809 (Printed in Aitchison, II, 332) omitting the List of Villages; pp. 297-303, Do. do. 7th Jan. 1811 (Printed in Aitchison, II, 333-4). (24) pp. 273-81, Ikrarnama or Obligation of Allegiance by Lal Dhoonia Pat 16th Aug. 1810 (Printed in Aitchison, II, 456-8); pp. 285-93, Sanad granted to Lal Dhoonia Pat 17th Aug. 1816 (Printed in Aitchison, II, 458-9) with Statement of Villages (Printed in Aitchison, II, App. XVII). (25) pp. 305-34, 381-410, Sanads granted to Maharaja Kishore Sing, Raja of Punnah, 3rd May 1811 (Printed in Aitchison, II, 281-2) with Statement of Villages (Printed in Aitchison, II, App. II); pp. 365-77, Ikrarnama by Kishore Sing 22nd March 1811 (Printed in Aitchison, II, 278-81). (26) pp. 337-47, Ikrarnama of Raja Ratan Sing of Bijawar 26th March 1811 (Printed in Aitchison, II, 302-4); pp. 349-63, Sanad granted to Ratan Sing 8th June 1807 (Printed in Aitchison, II, 305-6) with Statement of Villages (Printed in Aitchison, II, App. V). (27) pp. 413-34, Sanad granted to Raja Bejy Bahadur, Raja of Chirkari, 25th March 1811 (Printed in Aitchison, II, 298-9) with Statement of Villages (Printed in Aitchison, II, App. IV). (28) pp. 437-40, Sanad granted to Dewan Gopal Sing 24th Feb. 1812 with a List of Villages (Printed in Aitchison, II, 390-1). (29) pp. 441-7, Ikrarnama of Chobey Duriao Sing, late Kiladar of Calingar, 19th June 1812 (Printed in Aitchison, II, 363-5); pp. 449-53, Sanad granted to Duriao Sing 4th July 1812 (Printed in Aitchison, II, 365-7). (30) pp. 457-67, Ikrarnama of Newal Kishore and the widow of Bhurtjoo 19th June 1812 (see Aitchison, II, 365); pp. 469-73, Sanad granted to Newal Kishore 4th July 1812 (see Aitchison, II, 367). (31) pp. 477-87, Ikrarnama of the Chowbey Chuttersal and the mother of Chuttersal 19th June 1812 (see Aitchison, II, 365); pp. 489-92, Sanad to Chowbey Chuttersal and the mother of Chuttersal (see Aitchison, II, 369). (32) pp. 493-6, Ikrarnama of Gopal Lal 4th July 1812 (not in Aitchison); pp. 497-9, Sanad granted to Gopal Lal 4th July 1812 (Printed in Aitchison, II, 369-70). (33) pp. 501-6, Ikrarnama of Gya Pershad 19th June 1812 (see Aitchison, II, 365); pp. 509-11, Sanad granted to Gya Pershad 4th July 1812 (Printed in Aitchison, II, 369-70). (34) pp. 513-21, Ikrarnama of Poker Pershad Chowbey (see Aitchison, II, 365); pp. 525-8, Sanad granted to Poker Pershad 4th July 1812 (see Aitchison, II, 367). (35) pp. 529-35, Ikrarnama of Salig Ram (see Aitchison, II, 365); pp. 537-9, Sanad granted to Salig Ram 4th July 1812 (see Aitchison, II, 368). (36) pp. 541-4, Sanad granted to Thakur Durjun Sing 18th March 1814 (Printed in Aitchison, II, 438-9). (37) pp. 545-8, Sanad granted to Raja Moha Chand of Bilaspur 6th March 1815 (Printed in Aitchison, VI, 109). (38) pp. 549-53, Sanad in the name of Mahendra Sing Teeka of Bussahir 6th Nov. 1815 (Printed in Aitchison, VI, 116-7). (39) pp. 557-9, Sanad to Raja Ram Sing for Hindoor 20th Oct. 1815 (Printed in Aitchison, VI, 113); pp. 561-3, Do. do. for Burowlee 20th Oct. 1815 (Printed in Aitchison, VI, 114). (40) pp. 565-71, Sanads to Raja Kurrum Singh of Puttiala 20th Oct. 1815 (Printed in Aitchison, VI, 65-7). (41) pp. 573-5, Sanad to Raja Fateh Sing 21st Sept. 1815. (42) pp. 577-9, Sanads granted to a number of chiefs 4th Sept. 1815. (43) pp. 581-3, Letter from the [? Governor-General Marquess Wellesley] to the Nawab of Kurnool 29th Oct. 1804, Instructions for his behaviour and conditions upon which he may retain the favour of the British Government. (44) pp. 585-7, Letter from the [? Governor-General Marquess Wellesley] to the Nawab Zain-ud-din Ali Khan 26th May 1810, on the death of his father Mubarak-ud-daula (Nawab of Bengal); pp. 589-96, Zain-ud-din Ali Khan to the Governor-General Marquess Wellesley 12th June 1810. (45) pp. 597-600, Ittilah Nameh addressed to the Chiefs of Malwah and Sirhind on this side the Sutlej 3rd May 1809, taking them under British protection (Printed in Aitchison, VI, 63-4); pp. 601-6, Proclamation to the Sikh Sirdars 22nd Aug. 1811 (Printed in Aitchison, VI, 64-5) forbidding them to attack each other. (46) pp. 609-11, The Nawab Vizir of Oudh to J. Baillie (Resident) received 4th Aug. 1811.

Miscellaneous treaties and grants.  IOR/H/639  1814-1829

Contents:
(1) pp. i-ii, List of Contents (incomplete). (2) pp. 1-12, Printed Copy of Treaty of Peace and Amity with the United States of America, signed at Ghent 23rd Dec. 1814. (3) pp. 13-38, Sanad granted to Koonwur Pertab Sing 11th Jan. 1817 (Printed in Aitchison, II, 344-5. See H/641 (16) with List of Villages (Printed in Aitchison, II, App. VIII). (4) pp. 41-4, Sanad granted to Chowbey Newal Kishore 11th Jan. 1817 (Printed in Aitchison, II, 370-1. See Vol. 641 (14) below). (5) pp. 47-50, Sanad granted to the Widow of Bhurtjoo Chowbey 11th Jan. 1817 (See Aitchison, II, 371. See H/641 (15)). (6) pp. 53-7, Lord Moira to the Nawab of Kurnool 15th Feb. 1817, Advice and Instructions. (See Vol. 641 (18) below.) (7) pp. 61-5, Treaty with the Raja of Sikkim, concluded by Capt. Barre Latter on 10th Feb. 1817 (Printed in Aitchison, I, 141-3); pp. 67-9, Sanad granted to the Raja of Sikkim 7th April 1817 (Printed in Aitchison, I, 143. See H/641 (4, 17)). (8) pp. 71-87, Treaty with the Peshwa Raghunath Rao Pundit Pardhan, concluded by Mountstuart Elphinstone on 13th June 1817 (Printed in Aitchison, V, 64-70. See H/641 (2)). (9) pp. 91-9, Treaty with Raja Ranjit Sing of Sumpthur in Bundelkhand 12th Nov. 1817 (Printed in Aitchison, II, 270-3. See H/641 (9)). (10) pp. 103-14, Treaty with the Nana Govind Rao of Jaloun on his release from tribute and military service to the British 1st Nov. 1817 (Printed in Aitchison, II, 237-41. See H/641 (8)). (11) pp. 117-30, Treaty with Daulat Rao Sindia for a body of horse for the suppression of the Pindaris 5th Nov. 1817 (Printed in Aitchison, III, 295-9. See H/641 (3)). (12) pp. 133-8, Printed copy of Supplement to the Definitive Treaty with the Gaikwar for the cession to the British of the Peshwa's rights in Gujarat 6th Nov. 1817 (Printed in Aitchison, IV, 226-31. See H/641 (20)). (13) pp. 139-42, Treaty with Judkool, Chundarbhal Hurbuksh Pal Deo, Raja of Karauli, concluded by C. T. Metcalfe 9th Nov. 1817 (Printed in Aitchison, III, 190-1. See H/641 (7)). (14) pp. 143-6, Treaty with Mohummud Umeer Khan of Tonk guaranteeing his holdings in the territories of Holkar, concluded by C. T. Metcalfe 9th Nov. 1817 (Printed in Aitchison, III, 167-8. See H/641 (10)). (15) pp. 147-55, Treaty with Rao Ram Chandra on his accession to the Sabahdari of Jhansi, concluded by J. Wauchope 17th Nov. 1817 (Printed in Aitchison, II, 244-7. See H/641 (5)). (16) pp. 157-62, Treaty with Maharao Omeid Sing, Raja of Kotah, for a tribute to the British Government, concluded by C. T. Metcalfe 25th Dec. 1817 (Printed in Aitchison, III, 149-50. See H/641 (6)). (17) pp. 165-73, Treaty with Mulhar Rao Holkar for cession of certain territory, settled by Sir John Malcolm 6th Jan. 1818 (Printed in Aitchison, III, 344-7. See H/641 (11)). (18) pp. 177-81, Treaty with Maharaja Maun Sing of Jodhpur, concluded by C. T. Metcalfe 6th Jan. 1818 (Printed in Aitchison, III, 101-2. See H/641 (13)). (19) pp. 185-81, Treaty with Maharana Bhim Singh of Udaipur, concluded by C. T. Metcalfe 13th Jan. 1818 (Printed in Aitchison, III, 17-8. See H/641 (12)). (20) pp. 191-6, Treaty with Maharaja Bishen Sing of Bundi, concluded by Capt. James Tod 10th Feb. 1818 (Printed in Aitchison, III, 143-4. See H/641 (22)). (21) pp. 199-203, 215-9, Treaty with Nawab Nazr Muhammad Khan of Bhopal, concluded by Capt. Josiah Stewart 26th Feb. 1818 (Printed in Aitchison, III, 370-2. See H/641 (21)). (22) pp. 207-13, Treaty with Maharaja Soorut Sing of Bikanir, concluded by C. T. Metcalfe 9th March 1818 (Printed in Aitchison, III, 229-31. See H/641 (23)). (23) pp. 221-2, Treaty with Maharaja Kalyan Sing of Kishengarh, concluded by C. T. Metcalfe 26/28th March 1818 (Printed in Aitchison, III, 84-5. See H/641 (24)). (24) pp. 225-8, Treaty with Siwai Jagat Sing, Raja of Jaipur, concluded by C. T. Metcalfe 2nd April 1818 (Printed in Aitchison, III, 69-70. See H/641 (25)). (25) pp. 231-45, Treaty with Raja Parichat of Datia (Central India), concluded by John Wauchope 31st July 1818 (Printed in Aitchison, II, 266-70. See H/641 (26)). (26) pp. 247-51, Treaty with Sri Omed Sing, Raja of Banswara, concluded by C. T. Metcalfe 16th Sept. 1818 (Printed in Aitchison, III, 41-3); pp. 327-34, Do. do. concluded by J. Caulfield 25th Dec. 1818 (Printed in Aitchison, III, 44-6); pp. 319-34, Do, do. concluded 25th Dec. 1818 by Capt. James Caulfield (Printed in Aitchison, III, 44-6. See H/639 (27)). (27) pp. 255-68, 307-11, John Malcolm to Francis Warden (Chief Secretary, Bombay) 27th Jan. 1817, with Copy of despatch 15th Nov. 1818 to John Adam (Secretary, Bengal) forwarding letter from Lieut. A. Macdonald 1st Nov. 1818 on the condition of the petty Government of Dewas, with Treaty with petty Chiefs of Dewas (Printed in Aitchison, III, 353-5. See H/641 (30); pp. 269-88, Report relative to Dewas (Indore Agency) by Lieut. Alexander Macdonald. (28) pp. 291-7, Treaty with Samut Sing, Raja of Dowleah and Partabgarh, concluded by Capt. J. Caulfield 5th Oct. 1818 (Printed in Aitchison, III, 51-4. See H/641 (29)). (29) pp. 299-305, 335-77, Treaty with Maharawul Jeswant Sing of Dungarpur for payment of tribute, concluded by Capt. J. Caulfield 11th Dec. 1818 (Printed in Aitchison, III, 33-5. See H/641 (34)). Correspondence between Malcolm, Caulfield and James Tod 1st to 26th Dec. 1818. (30) pp. 315-7, Treaty of Alliance with Moharawul Mulraj of Jaisalmer, concluded by Col. John Cheap Brooke 12th Dec. 1818 (Printed in Aitchison, III, 128-9. See H/641 (28)). (31) pp. 379, Substance of an Agreement with Fateh Khan, Chief of Pahlanpore. (See Aitchison, IV, 52-4.) (32) pp. 383-98, Correspondence between Malcolm, Bombay and Bengal, with Treaty with Ramchundra Rao Puar, Raja of Dhar, 10th Jan. 1819 (Printed in Aitchison, III, 385-6. See H/641 (35).) (33) pp. 401-11, Sanad to Bhow Ram Chundra Bullar (in Saugor) with obligation of Allegiance to the British Government, n.d. (not in Aitchison. See H/641 (31)). (34) pp. 415-6, Sanad to Shujahut Khan, Pindari Chief in Malwa, 28th Nov. 1818 (not in Aitchison. See H/641 (32)). (35) pp. 419-20, Sanad to Naumdar Khan, Pindari Chief in Malwa, 28th Nov. 1818 (not in Aitchison. See H/641 (33)). (36) pp. 422-42, Major-Gen. W. Grant Keir to W. Newnham (Chief Secretary, Bombay) 18th Feb. 1819, with letter of same date to Governor M. Elphinstone, enclosing Treaty with Sawunt Waree 17th Feb. 1819 for cession of the whole sea-coast to the British (Printed in Aitchison, IV, 448-50. See H/641 (36)) with further correspondence. (37) pp. 445-51, Treaty with the Sultan of Achin, concluded by Sir Stamford Raffles and Capt. John Monckton Combs 22nd April 1819, excluding all other Europeans and Americans from settling in his dominions (Printed in Aitchison, I, 343-5. See H/641 (37)). (38) pp. 453-4, Treaty between the Company and the Amirs of Sind, for the prevention of Europeans or Americans settling in Sind, concluded by M. Elphinstone 9th Nov. 1820 (Printed in Aitchison, VI, 273-4. See H/641 (54)). (39) pp. 457-64, Treaty with the Imam of Senna, concluded by Capt. William Bruce 15th Jan. 1821 (Printed in Aitchison, VII, 169-72. See H/641 (55)). (40) pp. 465-87, 497-521, Treaty with Raghuji Angria of Colaba -- June 1822 with Raghuji's letters to M. Elphinstone, Governor of Bombay, and replies (Printed in Aitchison, IV, 499-510). (41) pp. 489-95, Sketch of Articles proposed by Capt. G. F. Moresby of H.M.S. Minna to the Imam of Muscat for the suppression of the Slave Trade 8th Sept. 1822. (See Aitchison, VII, 89-92.) (42) p. 525, Deed by the Nizam 4th Nov. 1823 relinquishing the Peshcush (not in Aitchison). (43) pp. 529-44, Treaty between the Company and the Sultan and Tumungong of Johore, concluded by John Crawfurd, Resident of Singapore, 2nd Aug. 1824 (Printed in Aitchison, I, 331-4. See H/641 (67)). (44) pp. 545-9, Treaty with Ghazi-ud-din Haidar, Nawab Vizir of Oudh, for a loan 17th Aug. 1825 (Printed in Aitchison, II, 132-5. See H/641 (68)). (45) pp. 553-6, Treaty with the Raja of Kolhapur for the reduction of his Army 30th Dec. 1825 (Printed in Aitchison, IV, 403-6); pp. 573-9, Do. do. 23rd Oct. 1827 limiting his Army (Printed in Aitchison, IV, 406-11); pp. 621-9, Do. do. 15th March 1829 (Printed in Aitchison, IV, 408-11. See H/641 (69)). (46) pp. 557-69, Treaty of Commerce with the King of Siam, concluded by Capt. Henry Burney 20th June 1826 (Printed in Aitchison, I, 367-72); pp. 581-7, Commercial Treaty of 1827 (Printed in Aitchison, I, 373-5. See H/641 (72)). (47) pp. 589-611, Treaty with Raghuji Bhonsla on his restoration to Nagpur, concluded by Richard Jenkins 1st Dec. 1826 (Printed in Aitchison, V, 100-8); pp. 613-7, Revised arrangement 26th Dec. 1829 (Printed in Aitchison, V, 108-10). p. 619A, A loose copy of the previous paper (see H/641 (73)). (48) pp. 637-721, Index to Treaties and Engagements concluded with the Native Powers. Apparently belongs to a three-volume Collection, but not to this Volume or to H/634-636.

Correspondence between Marquess Wellesley and Cpt James Kirkpatrick, Resident at Hyderabad, concerning treaty negotiations with the Nizam.  IOR/H/640  1800

pp. 1-1018

Contents:
Extract from Bengal Secret Consultations 20th Nov. 1800, Recording the Governor-General's (Marquess Wellesley's) correspondence with Capt. James Achilles Kirkpatrick, Resident at Hyderabad, relative to negotiations for a Treaty with the Nizam, which Treaty was concluded on 12th Oct. 1800 (see Aitchison, V, 188-98), containing Letters to and from Azim-ul-Umra (Minister of the Nizam), Aziz-ulla (Munshi to the Resident), Lieut.-Col. Thomas Bowser, Lord Edward Clive (Governor of Madras), Lieut.-Col. J. Dalrymple, Jonathan Duncan (Governor of Bombay), Capt. James Achilles Kirkpatrick (Resident at Hyderabad), Lieut.-Col. William Kirkpatrick (Secretary, Bengal), Lieut.-Col. Hector Maclean, Alexander Orr (Deputy Adjutant-General), Col. William Palmer (Resident at Poona), R. Rickards (Secretary, Bombay), Lieut. C. Stewart, D. Vanderheyden (Agent to Governor-General at Benares), Col. Urban Vigors, Josiah Webbe (Secretary, Madras), Col. Arthur Wellesley (Commanding in Mysore), Marquess Wellesley and Robert Woolf (Accountant-General), 12th April to 22nd Oct. 1800.

Miscellaneous treaties and grants.  IOR/H/641  1817-1834

Contents:
(1) pp. i-iv, List of Contents. (2) pp. 1-16, Treaty with the Peshwa Raghunath Rao Pundit Pardhan 13th June 1817. (See H/639 (8).) (3) pp. 17-31, Treaty with Daulat Rao Sindia 3rd Nov. 1817. (See H/639 (11).) (4) pp. 33-7, Treaty with the Raja of Sikkim 10th Feb. 1817. (See H/639 (7).) (5) pp. 39-48, Treaty with the Raja of Jhansi 17th Nov. 1817. (See H/639 (15).) (6) pp. 49-54, Treaty with the Raja of Kotah 26th Dec. 1817. (See H/639 (16), where it is dated 25th Dec.) (7) pp. 57-9, Treaty with the Raja of Karauli 9th Nov. 1817. (See H/639 (13).) (8) pp. 61-72, Treaty with Nana Govind Rao 1st Nov. 1817. (See H/639 (10).) (9) pp. 75-83, Treaty with Ranjit Singh, Raja of Sumpthur, 12th Nov. 1817. (See H/639 (9).) (10) pp. 85-8, Treaty with Muhammad Umeer Khan of Tonk 9th Nov. 1817. (See H/639 (14).) (11) pp. 89-97, Treaty with Mulhar Rao Holkar 6th Jan. 1818. (See H/639 (17).) (12) pp. 99-102, Treaty with Rana of Udaipur 13th Jan. 1818. (See H/639 (19).) (13) pp. 105-9, Treaty with the Raja of Jodhpur 6th Jan. 1818. (See H/639 (18).) (14) pp. 113-6, Sanad granted to Chowbey Newal Kishore 11th Jan. 1817. (See H/639 (4).) (15) pp. 119-22, Sanad granted to widow of Bhurtjoo Chowbey 11th Jan. 1817. (See H/639 (5).) (16) pp. 125-48, Sanad granted to Kunwar Partab Sing 11th Jan. 1817. (See H/639 (3).) (17) pp. 151-4, Sanad granted to Raja of Sikkim 7th April 1817. (See H/639 (7).) (18) pp. 157-60, Letter to Nawab of Kurnool 15th Feb. 1817. (See H/639 (6).) (19) pp. 163-4, Letter from Nawab of Bengal (Zain-uddin Ali Khan) to the Governor-General 8th June 1817. (20) pp. 167-80, Supplement to the Definitive Treaty with the Gaikwar 6th Nov. 1817 (see H/639 (12)); pp. 229-32, Additional Article. (21) pp. 181-5, Treaty with the Nawab of Bhopal 26th Feb. 1818. (See H/639 (21).) (22) pp. 187-92, Treaty with the Raja of Bundi 10th Feb. 1818. (See H/639 (20).) (23) pp. 193-7, Treaty with the Raja of Bikanir 9th March 1818. (See H/639 (22)) (24) pp. 199-201, Treaty with the Raja of Kishengarh 26th March 1818. (See H/639 (23).) (25) pp. 203-6, Treaty with the Raja of Jaipur 2nd April 1818. (See H/639 (24).) (26) pp. 207-19, Treaty with the Raja of Datia 31st July 1818. (See H/639 (25).) (27) pp. 221-5, Treaty with the Raja of Banswara 16th Sept. 1818; pp. 281-7, Do. do. 25th Dec. 1818. (See H/639 (26).) (28) pp. 229-35, Treaty with the Raja of Jaisalmer 12th Dec. 1818. (See H/639 (30).) (29) pp. 237-43, Treaty with the Raja of Dowleah and Partabgarh 5th Oct. 1818. (See H/639 (28).) (30) pp. 245-9, Treaty with the Petty Chiefs of Dewars 1818. (See H/639 (27).) (31) pp. 253-61, Sanad granted to Bhow Ram Chundra Bullar. (See H/639 (33).) (32) pp. 265-6, Sanad granted to Shujahut Khan 28th Nov. 1818. (See H/639 (34).) (33) pp. 269-70, Sanad granted to Naumdar Khan 28th Nov. 1818. (See H/639 (35).) (34) pp. 273-9, Treaty with Raja of Dungarpur 11th Dec. 1818. (See H/639 (29).) (35) pp. 291-5, Treaty with the Raja of Dhar 10th Jan. 1819. (See H/639 (32).) (36) pp. 299-304, Treaty with the Khem Sawunt 17th Feb. 1819. (See H/639 (36).) (37) pp. 305-12, Treaty with the Sultan of Achin 22nd April 1819. (See H/639 (37).) (38) pp. 315-20, Memorandum of terms granted to Chintaman Rao Appa Patwardhan for lands held from the Peshwa 12th May 1819 (Printed in Aitchison, IV, 415-6); pp. 321-9, Do. do. to Keshoo Rao Baba Patwardhan 6th June 1819 (Printed in Aitchison, IV, 422-5). (39) pp. 331-3, Memorandum of the Patwardhan Treaties. (40) pp. 335-47, Terms granted to Ganpat Rao Patwardhan 17th June 1819 (not in Aitchison). (41) pp. 349-54, Treaty with Dadajee Rao Venkatesh Nargundhar, concluded by John Thackeray, Political Agent, n.d. (not in Aitchison). (42) pp. 355-78, Treaty with Maharaja Pertab Sheo, concluded at Satara by Capt. James Grant 25th Sept. 1819 defining limits of his State (Printed in Aitchison, IV, 513-5). (43) pp. 381-3, Sanad granted to the Raja of Kotah 25th Sept. 1819 (Printed in Aitchison, III, 153). (44) pp. 385-94, Treaty with Maharaja Mirza Rao Sri Desuljee, of Kutch, concluded by Capt. James Macmurdo 13th Oct. 1819 (Printed in Aitchison, IV, 18-22). (45) pp. 397-404, General Treaty with the Arab Tribes of the Persian Gulf, concluded by Major-Gen. Grant Keir 8th Jan. 1820 (Printed in Aitchison, VII, 59-63. See also Selections from the Bombay Records, XXIV, 76, for many particulars of Arab piracy. Also Factory Records, Persia, Vol. XXXII). (46) pp. 406A-6D, Engagement between the Company and Daulat Rao Sindia (Bengal Political Consultations 22nd April 1820) 6th Feb. 1820 (Printed in Aitchison, III, 304-5). (47) pp. 407-22, Sanad granted to Raja Arjoon Sing of Sah Gurh, n d. (not in Aitchison). (48) pp. 423-4, Sanad granted to Raja Surneet Sing of Ramnagar 14th Feb. 1820 (not in Aitchison). (49) pp. 427-9, Sanad granted to Raja Doorug Sing of Ruttree Pargana, n.d. (not in Aitchison). (50) pp. 431-3, Sanad granted to Rao Ram Chandra, n.d. (not in Aitchison). (51) pp. 435-7, Treaty with Khem Sawunt of Sawunt Waree, concluded by Capt. Gideon Hutchinson 7th Feb. 1820 (? 17th Feb.) (Printed in Aitchison, IV, 450-1). (52) pp. 439-41, Sanad granted to Raja Bhawani Shah of Garhwal, concluded by Col. H. Ramsay 4th March 1820 (Printed in Aitchison, II, 30-2). (53) pp. 443-52, Sanad granted to Sidojee Rao Naik, Nimbalkar of Nipani, 14th June 1820 (Printed in Aitchison, IV, 525-7). (54) pp. 453-5, Treaty with the Amirs of Sind 9th Nov. 1820. (See H/639 (38)) (55) p. 456, Treaty with the Imam of Senna (See H/639 (39)) (56) pp. 457-60, Agreement of Chintaman Rao Patwardhan, ceding lands to the British Government in lieu of a Contingent 12th Dec. 1820 (Printed in Aitchison, IV, 416-7). (57) pp. 461-2, Agreement made by Chintaman Rao Pandurang, n.d. (not in Aitchison). (58) pp. 463-70, Terms granted to Vencat Rao Raja Ghorpad 27th Dec. 1820 (not in Aitchison). (59) pp. 471-3, Sanad granted to Rai Maharaj Sahi, son of Raja Jait Sing (? of Sambalpur). (60) pp. 475-8, Treaty with Raja Ram Chandra Rao Powar of Dhar 18th Dec. 1821 (Printed in Aitchison, III, 387-8). (61) pp. 479-85, Treaty with Maharaj Mirza Ras Sri Desuljee Rao of Kutch, concluded by Charles Norris 21st May 1822 on the restoration of Anjar (Printed in Aitchison, IV, 25-6). (62) pp. 487-505, Treaty with Angria 1822. (See H/639 (40).) (63) pp. 507-20, Treaty with the Nizam, assigning to him certain of the Peshwa's territories 12th Dec. 1822 (Printed in Aitchison, V, 205-11). (64) pp. 523-9, Treaty with Rao Seo Sing, Regent of Serohi, for payment of Tribute, concluded by Capt. Alexander Speirs 11th Sept. 1823 (Printed in Aitchison, III, 239-41). (65) pp. 531-3, Treaty with Raja Govind Chandra Narayan of Cachar, concluded by David Scott 6th March 1824 (Printed in Aitchison, I, 177-8). (66) pp. 539-43, Treaty with Raja Ram Sing of Jaintia, concluded by David Scott 10th March 1824 (Printed in Aitchison, I, 187-8). (67) pp. 547-56, Treaty with the Sultan and Tumongong of Johore, concluded by John Crawfurd 2nd Aug. 1824. (See H/639 (43).) (68) pp. 559-70, Treaty with Ghazi-uddin Haidar, Nawab Vizir of Oudh, 17th Aug. 1825. (See H/639 (44).) (69) pp. 571-6, Treaty with the Raja of Kolhapur 30th Dec. 1825; pp. 647-55, Treaty with the Raja of Kolhapur 15th March 1829. (See H/639 (45).) (70) pp. 579-87, Treaty with the King of Ava, concluded by Major-Gen. Sir Archibald Campbell 24th Feb. 1826 (Printed in Aitchison, I, 271-3). (71) pp. 591-3, Agreement with Tirat Sing Asheemlee, the White Raja, Chief of Nungklow, concluded by David Scott 30th Nov. 1826 (Printed in Aitchison, I, 201-2). (72) pp. 597-618, Treaty with the King of Siam 1826. (See H/639 (46)) (73) pp. 621-44, 659-65, Treaty with Raghuji Bhonsla of Nagpur 1st Dec. 1826. (See H/639 (47).) (74) pp. 669-72, Agreement between the Company and Ramdroogkur 9th June --. (75) pp. 673-82, Agreement between the Company and the Raja of Satara 16th May 1829 for cession of land for a sanatorium on the Mahableshwar Hills (Printed in Aitchison, IV, 522-3). (76) pp. 683-7, Raja of Ali Mohun to G. Wellesley (Resident at Indore) 17th Aug. 1831, with proposals regarding Lease of Transit Duties, and Agreement concluded by Capt. Pringle 21st March 1828 (not in Aitchison). (77) pp. 691-3, Agreement with the Raja of Udaipur for the continuance of certain districts under British control concluded by Lieut.-Col. Lockett 7th March 1833 (Printed in Aitchison, III, 19). (78) pp. 695-7, Treaty with the Rao of Kutch 5th July 1834 (Printed in Aitchison, IV, 28-9).

Miscellaneous firmans, treaties and grants.  IOR/H/642  1763-1801

Contents:
(1) pp. i-viii, List (with short Abstract) of Contents. (2) pp. 1-8, Sanad from the Nawab of Arcot for certain districts in the Payan Ghat 16th Oct. 1763 (Printed in Aitchison, V, 309-10). (3) pp. 9-15, Sanad from the Nawab of Arcot, confirming and enlarging the Jagir granted to the Company in 1763, 28th Aug. 1765 (Printed in Aitchison, V, 316-8). (4) pp. 17-23, Farman from the Mughal (Shah Alam) confirming to the Company the Jagir granted them by the Nawab of Arcot 12th Aug. 1765 (Two Translations) (Printed in Aitchison, V, 318-9). (5) pp. 25-6, Extract of Articles II and III of the Treaty between the Nizam and the Company dated 12th Nov. 1766, and referred to in the Treaty between the Nawab of Arcot, the Nizam and the Company of 26th Feb. 1768. (6) pp. 29-48, Treaty between the Company and Muhammad Ali, Nawab of Arcot, with the Nizam, for the cession of the Diwani of the Carnatic to the Company, concluded by Charles Bouchier (Governor of Madras) 23rd Feb. 1768 (Printed in Aitchison, V, 152-9); pp. 48-60, Sanads, &c. granted by the Soubah of the Deccan 12th March 1768 (Printed in Aitchison, V, 159-62). (7) pp. 63-7, Treaty between the Amir-ul-Umra Shuja-ul-Mulk (i.e. Bazalat Jang) and Sir Thomas Rumbold (Governor of Madras) 27th Feb. 1779 to rent the Province of Guntur (Printed in Aitchison, V, 163-4). (8) pp. 71-7, Requests from the Nawab of Arcot to the Governor-General; pp. 79-88, Replies from the Governor-General; pp. 89-91, Bengal Secret Consultations 29th March 1781; pp. 91-2, Nawab to Lord Macartney (Governor of Madras) 7th Sept. 1781; pp. 95-7, Agreement between the Nawab and Lord Macartney assigning the Revenues of the Carnatic to the Company for five years 2nd Dec. 1781 (Printed in Aitchison, V, 319-28). (9) pp. 99-101, Agreement with the Nawab of Arcot (through Saiyid Asam Khan) 13th Jan. 1783 (not in Aitchison). (10) pp. 103-11, Preliminary Treaty with the Nawab of Arcot previous to the surrender of the Assignment concluded by Alexander Davidson 28th June 1785 (Printed in Aitchison, V, 329-32). (11) p. 115, Madras Consultations 16th Feb. 1787, Agreement to transfer part of the Nawab's private debts to the Company. (12) pp. 119-38, Treaty between Sir Archibald Campbell and the Nawab of the Carnatic for the latter to contribute to the military defence of his country (Printed in Aitchison, V, 333-9). (13) pp. 143-68, Treaty with the Nawab of Arcot for garrisoning his country with British troops, concluded by Charles Earl Cornwallis 12th July 1792 (Printed in Aitchison, V, 339-47). (14) pp. 171-80, Madras Consultations 3rd March 1795, Lord Hobart's proposed Agreement with the Nawab of the Carnatic for the better government of the Ramnad District, agreed to the same day (not in Aitchison); pp. 180-1, Sanad granted by the Nawab 4th March 1795 (not in Aitchison). (15) pp. 183-94, Lord Clive (Governor of Madras) to Marquess Wellesley 21st May 1801 with proposed Treaty with the Nawab of Arcot (not in Aitchison). (16) pp. 197-209, Treaty for settling the succession to the Subahdari of Arcot and for vesting the civil and military administration in the Company, concluded by Lord Clive 31st July 1801; pp. 211-2, Memorandum of proposed alterations in the Treaty with Azim-ud-daula (Nawab of Arcot) (not in Aitchison); pp. 213-5, Separate explanatory Articles in the Treaty of 31st July; pp. 217-29, Treaty as finally modified (Printed in Aitchison, V, 348-54). (17) pp. 233-4, Extract of the Treaty of Paris 10th Feb. 1763 respecting restoration of French possessions in India; pp. 237-8, Extract of the Treaty of Versailles 3rd Sept. 1783; pp. 241-3, Explanatory Convention of 31st Aug. 1787 respecting restoration of French possessions in India. (18) pp. 251-89, Alphabetical Indiex.

Nepal War 1814-1816  IOR/H/643-656  1814-1816

14 volumes

The Nepal War, 1814-1816.  IOR/H/643  1814-1815

Contents:
(1) pp. 1-743, Enclosures in Political Letters from Bengal 18th Nov. and 27th Dec. 1814 and 25th Jan. 1815 relative to the progress of the Nepal War 27th Oct. 1814 to January 1815, including:-- (2) John Adam (Secretary in the Secret, Political and Foreign Departments). pp. 1, 23-4, 25-9, 31-5, 51, 69, 107, 119, 127-30, 135-7, 167, 213-8, 299-300, 381-3, 455-6, 471, to John Monckton 27th Oct. 1814 to 3rd Jan. 1815; pp. 155-6, to Lieut.-Col. G. H. Fagan 19th Nov. 1814. (3) Lieut.-Col. G. H. Fagan (Adjutant-General). pp. 2-3, 36-9, 52-4, 109-10, 121-3, 139-40, 161-2, 171-2, 181, 189-90, 219-20, 223-4, 261-3, 383-402, 456-8, 472-3, 476-7, 479-82, to John Adam 27th Oct. to 28th Dec. 1814; pp. 5-18, to C. W. Gardiner (Secretary in the Military Department) 9th Oct. 1814; pp. 149-53, 185-8, to Col. David Ochterlony 19th Nov. 1814; pp. 199-210, to Col. S. Mawbey 10th Dec. 1814; pp. 473-6, to Major-Gen. G. Martindell 31st Dec. 1814. (4) pp. 39-43, 54-63, 190-8, 221-2, 224-55, 403-21, 440-1, 445-52, Col. Sebright Mawbey (Commanding in the Doon) to Lieut.-Col. Fagan 31st Oct. to 6th Dec. 1814. (5) pp. 43-4, W. Fraser (Assistant to Resident at Delhi) to John Adam 31st Oct. 1814. (6) pp. 65-7, John Monckton (Acting Secretary to Government of India) to [John Adam] 14th Nov. 1814. (7) pp. 73-102, Declaration by the Governor-General (Earl of Moira) as to the origin of the war with Nepal 1st Nov. 1814 (Printed in Major-Gen. Sir John Malcolm's Political History of India, II, App. VII). (8) Col. David Ochterlony (Commanding Third Division of the Field Army). pp. 110-5, 130-1, 141-8, 162-5, 172-7, 181-5, 263-9, 275-98, 359-75, 477-9, to Lieut.-Col. Fagan 4th Nov. to 27th Dec. 1814; pp. 270-3, to Lieut.-Col. [W. A.] Thompson (Commanding the Reserve) 13th Nov. 1814. (9) pp. 301-4, General Orders 4th Dec. 1814 by the Commander-in-Chief, i.e. Earl of Moira, Successful commencement of operations in Tirhut by Major P. Bradshaw. (10) Major James Gordon (Deputy Adjutant-General in the Field). pp. 307-8, 321, 487-8, 495-6, 515, 545-50, 559-64, 573-4, to Charles Wrighte Gardiner (Secretary to the Military Department) 6th Nov. 1814 to 16th Jan. 1815; pp. 322-3, 357-8, 641-2, 653, 661-2, 669-93, to John Monckton 23rd Dec. 1814 to 25th Jan. 1815; pp. 606-7, to John Adam 12th Jan. 1815. (11) Major P. Bradshaw (Commanding in Sarum and Tirhut). pp. 309-11, to Major James Gordon 17th Nov. 1814; pp. 311-8, to Lieut.-Col. Fagan 25th Nov. 1814; pp. 339-51, to Major-Gen. Marley 11th Dec. 1814. (12) Major-Gen. Bennet Marley (Commanding the Army against Nepal). pp. 324-35, 551-4, 559-64, 594-603, 608-21, 670-86, to Lieut.-Col. Fagan 12th Dec. 1814 to 14th Jan. 1815; pp. 519-47, 669-70, to Major J. Gordon 25th Dec. 1814 to 26th Jan. 1816; p. 703, to Roger Martin 9th Jan. 1815. (13) pp. 421-37, Major John Ludlow to Col. Mawbey 2nd Dec. 1814. (14) pp. 437-40, Capt. Nathaniel Bucke to Major Ludlow 2nd Dec. 1814. (15) pp. 442-5, Lieut.-Col. G. Carpenter to Col. Mawbey, n.d. (16) pp. 458-68, Major-Gen. G. Martindell to Lieut.-Col. Fagan 27th Dec. 1814. (17) Major J. S. Wood. pp. 488-93, 497-502, 575-88, to Lieut.-Col. Fagan 13th Dec. 1814 to 4th Jan. 1815; pp. 704-5, to Roger Martin 11th Jan. 1815. (18) pp. 502-10, W. Hyatt, M. B., to Lieut. D. Anderson, n.d. (19) pp. 554-8, Lieut. E. Strettell to Capt. H. L. Watson 1st Jan. 1815. (20) pp. 564-8, Major J. Greenstreet to Major-Gen. Marley, n.d. (21) pp. 621-5, Lieut.-Col. George Dick to Major-Gen. Marley 2nd Jan. 1815. (22) pp. 625-33, Lieut. C. Smith to Capt. Watson, n.d. (23) pp. 633-9, Capt. H. L. Watson (Acting Deputy Adjutant-General) to Lieut. C. Smith 6th Jan. 1815. (24) pp. 642-3, Lieut.-Col. James Rotton to Major James Gordon 13th Jan. 1815. (25) Roger Martin (Magistrate and Judge, Gorakhpur). pp. 643-8, 711-7, to Lieut.-Col. Rotton 14th Jan. 1815; pp. 701, 709, 721, 729 to George Dowdeswell (Chief Secretary) 13th to 15th Jan. 1815; pp. 702, 710, 722-6, 730-4, to John Adam 13th to 15th Jan. 1815. (26) pp. 654-6, 663-5, Col. R. B. Gregory to Major James Gordon 16th Jan. 1815; pp. 739-41, to Cudbert Sealey. (27) Cudbert Sealey (Magistrate of Tirhut). pp. 656-9, to Major-Gen. Marley 12th Jan. 1815; p. 737, to Henry St. George Tucker (Acting Chief Secretary) 17th Jan. 1815; pp. 741-3, to Col. R. B. Gregory 17th Jan. 1815. (28) pp. 686-90, R. W. Cunliffe (Assistant Commissary-General) to Major-Gen. Marley 13th Jan. 1815. (29) pp. 695-6, Capt. B. Latter to Lieut.-Col. Fagan 16th Jan. 1815.

The Nepal War, 1814-1816.  IOR/H/644  1814

Contents:
(1) pp. 1-516, Enclosures in Bengal Secret Letter 27th Dec. 1814, relating to enquiries regarding Nepal and preparations for invading that country. (2) J. Adam (Secretary in the Secret, Political and Foreign Departments). pp. 1-4, 153-7, to J. Monckton (Acting Secretary to Government) 4th Aug. and 31st Oct. 1814; pp. 39-41, 337-8, to Dr. Francis Buchauan, Author of An Account of the Kingdom of Nepal, 1819, 28th July and 9th Sept. 1814, for information; pp. 43-4, 177-9, 417-20, to Major C. Bradshaw 8th July to 30th Sept. 1814, for information regarding equipment and routes; pp. 47, 191-2, 241-3, 365-6, 413, to Lieut.-Col. G. H. Fagan (Adjutant-General) 28th July to 18th Sept. 1814; pp. 67-76, 79-84, 183-7, 235-40, to Dr. Thomas Rutherford 31st July to 5th Sept. 1814, regarding information about Nepal, with Memorandum of points (pp. 79-84) to be treated; pp. 87-92, 407-10, to Major John Baillie (Resident at Lucknow) 30th July and 9th Sept. 1814; pp. 95-9, 361, to Capt. H. Y. Hearsey 30th July and 9th Sept. 1814; pp. 103-5, 277-8, to David Scott 30th July and 9th Sept. 1814; pp. 87-92, 423-58, 511-6, to Col. David Ochterlony 30th July to 1st Oct. 1814, British policy in reference to the country between the Sutlej and the Jumna; pp. 149-50, List of Enclosures in Adam's letter to Monckton of 4th Aug. 1814; pp. 399-405, 493-4, 507-9, to Roger Martin (Magistrate and Judge at Gorakhpur) 9th Sept. to 1st Oct. 1814; pp. 467-86, to C. T. Metcalfe (Resident at Delhi) 30th Sept. 1814; pp. 489-91, to H. Batson (Collector at Moradabad) 1st Oct. 1814; pp. 497-9, to W. A. Brooke (Governor-General's Agent at Benares) 1st Oct. 1814; pp. 503-5, to H. G. Christian (Acting Collector at Gorakhpur) 1st Oct. 1814. (3) Lieut.-Col. G. H. Fagan (Adjutant-General). pp. 7-10, 161-73, to J. Adam 21st July and 10th Aug. 1814; pp. 10-22, to Lieut.-Col. Charles Crawfurd (Surveyor-General) 21st July 1814, relative to routes into Nepal; pp. 22-36; to Capt. B. Latter (Commanding the Rangpur Battalion) 21st July 1814 regarding routes by water. (4) pp. 51-64, 195-233, Thomas Rutherford (Surgeon at Moradabad) to J. Adam 6th July to 24th Aug. 1814, with information relative to Nepal and its inhabitants. (5) pp. 107-23, 129-30, Col. David Ochterlony (Commanding at Ludhiana) to John Adam 9th July 1814, with his correspondence with Amar Singh Thappa respecting Palpa. (6) pp. 131-8, Amar Sing Thappa's Arzi to the Governor-General. (7) pp. 245-73, David Scott (Judge and Magistrate, Rangpur) to J. Adam 12th Aug. 1814, Information as to Routes, &c. (8) pp. 281-333, Francis Buchanan (Presidency Surgeon) to J. Adam, near Ghazipur 19th Aug. 1814, Information relative to Nepal with suggestion that the lowlands should be annexed by the British. (9) pp. 341-57, 369-96, Capt. Hyder Young Hearsey (Bareilly) to J. Adam 24th Aug. to 9th Sept. 1814, requesting employment in case of war with Nepal, furnishing replies to Adam's Memorandum (see pp. 79-84) and giving rough sketches of, p. 373, the Joolah and, p. 374, a Sanga or Spar Bridge and a Cheenka or Basket carried across a rope. (10) pp. 461-4, Proclamation by the Governor-General (Earl of Moira) to the Chiefs and Inhabitants of the Hills between the Sutlej and the Jumna, n.d.

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(1) pp. 1-700, Enclosures in Bengal Secret Letter 27th Dec. 1814, chiefly Instructions to Civil and Military Officers relating to the conflict with Nepal, including:-- (2) John Adam (Secretary in the Secret, Political and Foreign Departments). pp. 1-20, to Col. David Ochterlony 2nd Oct. 1814; pp. 23-7, 473-507, to C. T. Metcalfe (Resident at Delhi) 5th and 23rd Oct. 1814; pp. 31-5, 281-2, 453-69, 509-16, 619-20, to Lieut.-Col. Fagan 5th to 31st Oct. 1814; pp. 125-7, to William Moorcroft 5th Oct. 1814; pp. 149-54, to Major Paris Bradshaw 8th Oct. 1814; pp. 263-74, to Dr. Thomas Rutherford 20th Oct. 1814; pp. 275-7, to S. Salter 20th Oct. 1814, a severe reprimand for his conduct to Rutherford; pp. 395-6, to H. Batson 20th Oct. 1814; pp. 413-6, to J. O. Oldham 20th Oct. 1814; pp. 423-5, 437-45, to Major John Baillie (Resident at Lucknow) 20th Oct. 1814; pp. 429-31, 519-20, to Sir Edward Colebrooke (Agent to the Governor-General in the Ceded and Conquered Provinces) 20th and 23rd Oct. 1814, to prevent the Nepalese from recruiting in the Provinces; pp. 433-45, to H. Dumbleton (Magistrate of Bareilly) 20th Oct. 1814; pp. 523-5, to Magistrates of Benares, Allahabad, Jaunpore, Gorakhpur, Mirzapur and Ghazipur 31st Oct. 1814, to assist in the equipment of the Army under Major-Gen. [George] Wood starting from Benares; pp. 527-9, to H. Douglas (Magistrate of Patna) and Magistrates of Behar, Tirhut, Sarun and Shahabad 31st Oct. 1814, to assist in equipment of the Army under Major-Gen. Bennet Marley advancing from Dinapur; pp. 581-611, to Major-Gen. George Wood 31st Oct. 1814, with Governor-General's Instructions as to the Political Negotiations and Arrangements combined with the Military Operations; pp. 623-4, to W. A. Brooke (Agent to the Governor-General at Benares) 31st Oct. 1814; p. 627, to H. G. Christian (Acting Collector at Gorakhpur) 31st Oct. 1814. (3) William Moorcroft (Superintendent of the Stud at Poosa). pp. 39-122, 129-43, to John Adam 8th Sept. to 12th Oct. 1814, with information as to routes to Khatmandu; pp. 144-6, to C. T. Sealey (Judge and Magistrate, Tirhut) 12th Oct. 1814, Alternative route to Nepal. (4) pp. 157-81, 187-208, 231-62, T. Rutherford (Surgeon at Moradabad) to John Adam 23rd Sept. to 16th Oct. 1814, Information as to Routes, &c. (5) pp. 181-5, 211-27, Correspondence between T. Rutherford and S. Salter (Collector of Government Customs at Bareilly) 20th Sept. to 4th Oct. 1814 respecting Passes for Deerskins required by Government at Cawnpore. (6) Lieut.-Col. G. H. Fagan (Adjutant-General). pp. 282-303, 640-7, 677-9, to Col. David Ochterlony (Commanding the 3rd Division of the Field Army) 28th Aug. to 6th Oct. 1814; pp. 305-17, 349-52, 531-2, 631-2, to John Adam 15th Sept. to 31st Oct. 1814; pp. 318-46, 633-9, 647-67, 679-91, to Major-Gen. Robert Rollo Gillespie (Commanding 2nd Division of the Field Army) 13th Sept. to 10th Oct. 1814; pp. 353-83, to Major-Gen. George Wood (Commanding at Benares) 23rd Sept. 1814. (7) pp. 385-92, H. Batson (Collector at Moradabad) to John Adam 12th Oct. 1814. (8) pp. 399-403, Roger Martin (Magistrate at Gorakhpur) to John Adam 5th Oct. 1814. (9) pp. 407-10, J. O. Oldham (Magistrate at Moradabad) to John Adam 12th Oct. 1814. (10) Proclamations by the Earl of Moira. pp. 419-20, 20th Oct. 1814, ordering all British subjects in the Nepal Service to return to British Territory before 30th Nov.; pp. 447-51,--1814, to the inhabitants of Garhwal, promising to free them from Gurkha oppression; pp. 613-15, -- 1814, to the Chiefs and Inhabitants of the Country heretofore forming the Choubeesia Raj and the Bansi Raj to same effect. (11) pp. 533-61, Memoir of Garhwal and Kumaon and, pp. 561-78, Description of the Route from Almora in Kumaon to Burokeru Garh (each about 3,500 words) by Capt. Felix V. Raper (on Survey duty). (12) pp. 693-9, List of Enclosures in Bengal Political Department Letter of 31st Oct. 1814.

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(1) pp. 1-795, Enclosures to Bengal Secret Letter 27th Dec. 1814, Governor-General's Instructions to Military Officers and Correspondence relating to Nepal, including:-- (2) John Adam (Secretary in the Secret, Political and Foreign Departments). pp. 1-4, to J. Monckton (Acting Secretary in the Political Department) 28th Nov. 1814; pp. 147-9, 321-2, 615-7, 647-8, to Major John Baillie 11th to 24th Nov. 1814; pp. 151-2, to Capt. H. Y. Hearsey 14th Nov. 1814; pp. 175-6, 211-2, 305-6, 317-8, 425-6, to G. H. Fagan 14th Nov. to 22nd Dec. 1814; pp. 179-88, 631, 651-705 (26th Nov., empowering him to negotiate a Treaty with Nepal), 781-2, to Major P. Bradshaw 15th to 27th Nov. 1814; pp. 215-22, to Col. David Ochterlony 21st Nov. 1814; pp. 225-36, 455-7, 599, to C. T. Metcalfe (Resident at Lucknow) 21st to 26th Nov. 1814; pp. 285-91, to Surgeon T. Rutherford 21st Nov. 1814; pp. 309-11, 619-21, to Roger Martin 22nd and 24th Nov. 1814; pp. 429-31, to C. R. Martin (Magistrate of Purneah) 22nd Dec. 1814; pp. 433-6, to Magistrates of Rangpur and Dinajpur 22nd Nov. 1814; pp. 485-6, to the Hon. Edward Gardner 22nd Nov. 1814; pp. 587-95, to William Fraser 24th Nov. 1814; pp. 603-4, 785, to Sir Edward Colebrooke (Agent to the Govenor-General in the Ceded Provinces) 24th to 28th Nov. 1814; pp. 731-3, to Major-Gen. Bennet Marley 26th Nov. 1814; pp. 733-44, to David Scott (Judge and Magistrate of Rangpur), n.d.; pp. 767-70, to Hon. John Edmund Elliot (Magistrate of Sarun) 26th Nov. 1814; pp. 773-8, to Capt. B. Latter 26th Nov. 1814. (3) Lieut.-Col. G. H. Fagan (Adjutant-General). pp. 7-8, 87-91, 107-24, 133-9, 155-60, 195-6, 293-4, 314-5, 325-50, 413-4, 439-40, to John Adam 14th Oct. to 22nd Nov. 1814; pp. 8-22, to Capt. B. Latter 14th Oct. 1814; pp. 91-105, to Major-Gen. R. R. Gillespie 24th Oct. 1814; pp. 125-30, to R. H. Cunliffe (Assistant Commissary-General) 31st Oct. 1814; pp. 139-43, to Major James Gordon (Deputy Adjutant-General at the Presidency) 31st Oct. 1814; pp. 330-91, to Major-Gen. Marley 6th Nov. 1814, Instructions; pp. 445-53, to Col. David Ochterlony 21st Nov. 1814; pp. 607-11, 643, to C. M. Ricketts (Secretary to the Governor-General) 24th Nov. and 3rd [Dec.] 1814. (4) Capt. B. Latter (Commanding on the Frontier). pp. 23-5, 414-5, to G. H. Fagan 26th Sept. to 2nd Nov. 1814; pp. 415-23, to C. R. Martin 2nd Nov. 1814. (5) Colin Shakespear. pp. 27-9, to John Adam 16th Oct. 1814; pp. 30-3, to Major-Gen. R. R. Gillespie 5th Oct. 1814. (6) p. 32, Capt. William Percy Cooke to Colin Shakespear 7th Oct. 1814. (7) pp. 33-4, Major-Gen. R. R. Gillespie (Commanding 2nd Division) to Colin Shakespear 12th Oct. 1814. (8) pp. 37-8, 623-7, 635-9, William Moorcroft (Superintendent of the Stud at Poosa) to John Adam 19th Oct. to 17th Nov. 1814. (9) Roger Martin (Magistrate at Gorakhpur). pp. 41-55, to John Adam 21st Oct. 1814; pp. 296-7, to Major-Gen. J. S. Wood 28th Oct. 1814; pp. 299-302, to Lieut. D. Bruce 26th Oct. 1814. (10) pp. 55-60, Memorandum regarding Roads leading into the Hills, by Roger Martin. (11) pp. 63-84, H. C. Christian (Collector of Gorakhpur) to John Adam 24th Oct. 1814. (12) pp. 160-71, Capt. H. Y. Hearsey to G. H. Fagan 3rd Nov. 1814. (13) pp. 197-208, Commander-in-Chief's (Earl of Moira's) General Order November 1814 for the formation of the Field Army into Brigades. In Military Sketches of the Goorkha War, 1822, p. 1, five Commands are mentioned, viz. those under Major-Gen. Marley; Major-Gen. J. Sullivan Wood, Col. Jasper Nichols, Major-Gen. Gillespie and Major-Gen. Ochterlony. (14) pp. 239-55, 263-81, Thomas Rutherford (Surgeon at Moradadad) to John Adam 23rd Oct. to 3rd Nov. 1814. (15) pp. 255-61, Notices of Forts in Nepal, by Rutherford. (16) Major-Gen. John S. Wood (Commanding at Benares). pp. 294-6, to G. H. Fagan 31st Oct. 1814; pp. 459-61, to John Adam 8th Nov. 1814. (17) pp. 298-9, 302-3, Lieut. D. Bruce (Assistant Commissary-General) to Roger Martin 25th and 27th Oct. 1814. (18) pp. 392-411, Summary Abstract of Routes into Nepal, by G. H. Fagan. (19) pp. 440-3, Col. David Ochterlony (Commanding the 3rd Division) to G. H. Fagan 10th Nov. 1814. (20) pp. 444-5, T. W. O'Brien to Col. Ochterlony 4th Nov. 1814. (21) pp. 465-81, Edward Gardner (Assistant Resident, Delhi) to John Adam 16th Nov. 1814. (22) pp. 489-532, 579-85, William Fraser (Assistant Resident, Delhi) to John Adam 17th and 30th Oct. 1814. (23) pp. 532-75, "Memorandum relating to the late Family Government of the Rajahs of Surranugur [i.e. Srinagar] and Gurhwal," by W. Fraser (about 5,200 words). (24) pp. 644-5, Lieut.-Col. D. Lyons to G. H. Fagan 11th Nov. 1814. (25) pp. 707-29, Draft of Treaty with Bikram Sing, Raja of Nepal (with remarks by John Adam, Bareilly, 21st Nov. 1814). (The approved Treaty is printed in Aitchison, II, 166-8.) (26) pp. 747-63, Extract from a Report by Dr. Buchanan on the Lepchas and Inhabitants of Tibet and Bhutan. (27) pp. 789-94, List of Enclosures in Letter of 28th Nov. 1814 from John Adam to John Monckton, i.e. (3) to (16) above.

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(1) pp. 1-541, Enclosures in Bengal Secret Letter 25th Jan. 1815, Correspondence regarding the War with Nepal, including:-- (2) John Adam (Secretary in the Secret, Political and Foreign Departments). pp. 1-2, to John Monckton (Acting Secretary, Political Department) 5th Jan. 1815; pp. 39-45, 137-8, 185-8, 191-2, 451, to William Fraser 30th Nov. to 24th Dec. 1814; pp. 47-50, 65-72, 87, 227-9, 243, 435-7, 533-4, to G. H. Fagan 30th Nov. to 29th Dec. 1814; pp. 61-3, to C. J. Sealey (Magistrate of Tirhut) for supply of Elephants 1st Dec. 1814; pp. 83-4, to Francis Law (Collector of Bareilly) to supply Cash to Capt. Hearsey 1st Dec. 1814; pp. 84-5, to Alexander Wright (Collector at Agra) to supply Cash to Capt. Hearsey, appointed to raise Irregular Cavalry in Rohilkhand 1st Dec. 1814; pp. 101-4, 161-4, 385-8, 509-16, to Col. Ochterlony 18th to 29th Dec. 1814; pp. 121-2, to Major-Gen. Bennet Marley 9th Dec. 1814; pp. 125-6, 519-24, to Major P. Bradshaw (Political Officer) 9th to 29th Dec. 1814; pp. 129-30, to William Moorcroft 9th Dec. 1814; pp. 167-8, 391-2, to C. T. Metcalfe (Resident at Delhi) 11th and 21st Dec. 1814; pp. 218-20, 235, 421-8, to Edward Gardner 14th to 22nd Dec. 1814; pp. 231-3, to Capt. Edward Roughsedge 15th Dec. 1814; pp. 317-9, to Roger Martin 15th Dec. 1814; pp. 339-41, to Major-Gen. J. S. Wood 16th Dec. 1814; pp. 351-2, to Surgeon T. Rutherford 20th Dec. 1814; pp. 355-6, 431-2, to H. Batson (Collector of Moradabad) to pay Rutherford Rupees Four hundred and sixty-eight for collection of Intelligence 20th Dec. 1814; pp. 527-30, to W. A. Brooke 29th Dec. 1814. (3) pp. 5-12, Supracargoes at Canton (J. T. Elphinstone, Thomas Charles Pattle, and George Thomas Stanton) to Francis Earl of Moira 5th Oct. 1814. Unlikelihood of the Nepal War affecting the interests of the Company in China. (4) pp. 15-36, 133-5, 169-72, William Fraser (Assistant Resident at Delhi) to John Adam 25th Nov. to 11th Dec. 1814. (5) Lieut.-Col. G. H. Fagan (Adjutant-General). pp. 53-5, 75-7, 141-2, 239, 251-2, 275-6, 283-4, 293-4, 359-60, 363-4, 395-401, 439-43, 455, to John Adam 28th Nov. to 24th Dec. 1814; pp. 142-5, 284-9, to Major-Gen. G. Martindell 6th and 13th Dec. 1814, pp. 151-4, 239-41, 243-7, to Col. Sebright Mawbey 5th to 11th Dec. 1814; pp. 267-8, to Major Bradshaw 11th Dec. 1814; pp. 276-81, to Lieut.-Col. George Carpenter (Commanding in the Dun) 13th and 15th Dec. 1814; pp. 401-17, to Lieut.-Col. Gardner 21st Dec. 1814, to raise Irregular Cavalry; pp. 447-8, to Major James Launsden (Deputy Commissary-General) 23rd Dec. 1814. (6) pp. 55-9, Capt. Edward Roughsedge to Lieut.-Col. Fagan 18th Nov. 1814. (7) pp. 77-80, Capt. H. Y. Hearsey to Lieut.-Col. Fagan 18th Nov. 1814, Details of cost of equipment of Irregular Cavalry. (8) pp. 91-6, 343-7, Thomas Rutherford (Surgeon at Moradabad) to John Adam 29th Nov. to 14th Dec. 1814. (9) pp. 107-13, 115-8, William Moorcroft (Superintendent of the Stud at Poosa) to John Adam 22nd Nov. 1814. (10) pp. 113-4, H. Douglas (Magistrate at Patna) to W. Moorcroft 9th Nov. 1814. (11) pp. 116-7, F. Neil to W. Moorcroft, Patna, 10th Nov. 1814. (12) pp. 157-9, 373, 383, Letters from Amar Sing Thappa (Nepalese General) to Col. Ochterlony and the Governor-General (Earl of Moira), proposing restoration of Peace. (13) pp. 172-3, 201-4, 210-11, Native correspondence submitted by William Fraser and Edward Gardner. (14) pp. 195-201, 207-10, Hon. Edward Gardner (Assistant to Resident at Delhi) to John Adam 22nd Nov. and 6th Dec. 1814. (15) pp. 223-4, Proclamation to Inhabitants of Kumaon, n.d., promising to free them from Gurkha oppression. (16) Major P. Bradshaw (Commanding on Frontier of Sarun and Tirhut and Political Officer). pp. 253-6, to Lieut.-Col. Fagan 28th Nov. 1814; pp. 267-8, to Major-Gen. Marley -- Nov. 1814. (17) pp. 257-61, 265, Capt. E. P. Hay (Commanding at Baragung) to Major Bradshaw 25th Nov. 1814. (18) pp. 261-3, Lieut. C. Smith (Commanding at Persah) to Capt. Hay 25th Nov. 1814. (19) Roger Martin (Magistrate at Gorakhpur). pp. 305-6, 369-71, to John Adam 6th and 19th Dec. 1814; pp. 306-7, 332-3, to Major-Gen. Wood 3rd and 6th Dec. 1814; pp. 307-9, to H. G. Christian 3rd Dec. 1814; pp. 333-6, to Major John Baillie (Resident at Lucknow) 6th Dec. 1814. (20) pp. 309-13, H. G. Christian (Acting Collector at Gorakhpur) to Roger Martin 5th Dec. 1814; pp. 331-2, to Major-Gen. Wood 6th Dec. 1814. (21) Major-Gen. J. S. Wood (Commanding at Gorakhpur). pp. 321-8, to John Adam 7th Dec. 1814; pp. 328-31, to Major Bradshaw 6th Dec. 1814. (22) pp. 360, 364-6, Major-Gen. Gabriel Martindell to Lieut.-Col. Fagan, 20th Dec. 1814. (23) pp. 443-6, Circular Orders issued by Lieut.-Col. Fagan to Officers Commanding Divisions in the Field 17th Dec. 1814. (24) pp. 456-7, Lieut.-Col. George Carpenter (Commanding in the Dun) to Lieut.-Col. Fagan 12th Dec. 1814, with, pp. 457-72, Translations of Intercepted Letters. (25) pp. 473-99, Translations of Persian letters found and Hindi letters intercepted by Major Bradshaw, including letters from the Raja of Nepal and Chandra Seekhar Opadheea to the Governor-General, [Abraham] Welland (Judge at Patna), Mir Jafar Shah, Francis Hawkins (Judge at Bareilly), and C. J. Sealy (Magistrate of Tirhut). (26) pp. 501-6, W. A. Brooke (Agent to the Governor-General at Benares) to the Principal Private Secretary of the Governor-General (i.e. C. M. Ricketts), n.d. (27) pp. 537-41, List of Enclosures in John Adam's letter (see (2) above) to John Monckton 5th Jan. 1815, i.e. (2) to (26) above.

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(1) pp. 1-516, Enclosures in Bengal Secret Letter 25th Jan. 1815, Correspondence regarding the War with Nepal, including:-- (2) John Adam (Secretary in the Secret, Political and Foreign Departments). pp. 1-3, 35-6, 41-2, 47-8, 57-8, 67-8, 73-4, 77-82, to John Monckton 24th Nov. 1814 to 4th Jan. 1815; pp. 25-9, to Major Bradshaw 24th Nov. 1814; pp. 29-31, to C. J. Sealy 24th Nov. 1814; pp. 31-2, to Lieut.-Col. Fagan 24th Nov. 1814; pp. 37-8, to W. A. Brooke (Agent to Governor-General at Benares) 8th Dec. 1814, Horsemen supplied to Major-Gen. Wood by Amrut Rao; pp. 43-4, 59-60, to Major John Baillie 8th and 26th Dec. 1814, Elephants supplied by the Nawab Vizir; pp. 53-4, to C. T. Metcalfe 14th Dec. 1814, Assistance from the Begum Sumroo; pp. 68-9, 74-5, to Edward Colebrooke (Agent to the Governor-General in the Ceded Provinces) 30th Dec. 1814; pp. 82-3, to Capt. E. Butterfield 4th Jan. 1815. (3) Lieut.-Col. Fagan (Adjutant-General). pp. 3-8, to John Adam 23rd Nov. 1814; pp. 9-24, to Major Bradshaw 23rd Nov. 1814. (4) pp. 49-51, Hugh Wilkinson (Judge and Magistrate of Saharanpur) to C. M. Ricketts (Chief Private Secretary to the Governor-General) 10th Dec. 1814, The obliging behaviour of "Her Highness the Begum Sumroo." (5) pp. 63-5, Governor-General (Earl of Moira) to the Nawab Vizir--Dec. 1814; pp. 481-3, to the Deb Raja (of Bhutan) 29th Nov. 1814, Assuring him of the pacific intentions of the British. (6) pp. 83-6, Capt. E. Butterfield (Late of Sindia's Army) to John Adam 26th Dec. 1814 with Memorial to the Governor-General, Had served with distinction under De Boigne and Perron. (7) Col. David Ochterlony (Commanding 3rd Division). p. 89, to John Mouckton 16th Dec. 1814; pp. 91-5, to John Adam 6th Dec. 1814. (8) Major Paris Bradshaw (Political Agent). p. 97, to John Monckton 18th Nov. 1814; pp. 98-102, 141-8, 158-74, 262-71, to John Adam 14th Nov. 1814 to 8th Jan. 1815; pp. 103-6, to the Raja of Nepal 29th Oct. 1814; pp. 106-7, to Chandra Sekhar Upadhaya 29th Oct. 1814; pp. 119-35, to Lieut.-Col. Fagan 9th Nov. 1814; pp. 136-7, 178-81, to Capt. B. Latter 5th Nov. to 3rd Dec. 1814; pp. 141, 157, 261, to John Monckton 15th Dec. 1814 to 9th Jan. 1815; pp. 148-50, to C. J. Sealy 21st Nov. 1814; pp. 153-5, to G. Swinton (Persian Secretary to the Governor-General) 13th Dec. 1814, Loyal behaviour of Bhir Kishore, Raja of Bettiah; pp. 271-3, to J. Elliot 1st Jan. 1815 relative to temporary exemption of Gopal Lal, Dewan of the Raja of Ramnagar, from attendance in Civil Suits. (9) pp. 107-9, 185-98, Native Letters, Lists of Nepalese Officers, Routes, &c. enclosed in Major Bradshaw's Letters to John Adam of 14th Nov. and 29th Dec. 1814. (10) p. 138, Return of Capt. E. P. Hay's Command 3rd Nov. 1814. (11) C. J. Sealy (Magistrate of Tirhut). pp. 150-7, to Major Bradshaw 16th Nov. 1814; pp. 503-16, to John Monckton 24th Dec. 1814, Opinion of Major Bradshaw's proposal to arm the Frontier peasantry. (12) pp. 152-3, Notification to the Inhabitants of the Terai of the British Occupation. (13) pp. 174-8, Draft Engagements with certain Chiefs, concluded by Major Bradshaw 1st Dec. 1814. (14) pp. 198-259, A [? Nepalese] "Statement of everything that has passed between the Nepaul Government and the English from first to last [1769-1814]" (about 6,000 words), Enclosed in Major Bradshaw's letter to John Adam 29th Dec. 1814. (15) Capt. B. Latter (Commanding on the Frontier). pp. 277-82, 291-2, 305-6, 319-21, to John Monckton 31st Dec. 1814 to 13th Jan. 1815; pp. 282-7, 434-7, to Major Bradshaw 3rd to 11th Jan. 1815; pp. 293-5, 306-16, to John Adam, 4th to 6th Jan. 1815; pp. 296-303, Correspondence with the Raja of Sikkim; pp. 409-19, 425-33, to Lieut.-Col. Fagan, 8th to 11th Jan. 1815; pp. 453-8, to Norman MacLeod (Commissioner for the Affairs of Cooch Behar) 19th Nov. 1814, Nepalese intrigues with the Bhutiyas. (16) Major John Baillie (Resident at Lucknow). pp. 323-4, 339, 357-8, 373, to Sir George Nugent (Vice-President of Council) 25th Nov. to 28th Dec. 1814; pp. 324-5, 332-3, 340, 349-50, 358-61, 374-7, 382, to John Adam 25th Nov. 1814 to 5th Jan. 1815; pp. 329-36, 350-3, 375, to Major-Gen. Wood 23rd Nov. to 16th Dec. 1814; pp. 331-2, to Major [Gordon] Richards (Commanding at Sultanpur) 25th Nov. 1814; pp. 341-2, to the Nawab Vizir 7th Dec. 1814; pp. 377-9, 383-5, to Major Bradshaw 26th Dec. 1814 to 5th Jan. 1815; p. 381, to N. B. Edmonstone (Vice-President of Council) 5th Jan. 1815. (17) pp. 325-9, 342-5, Major-Gen. John Sullivan Wood to Major Baillie 23rd Nov. to 6th Dec. 1814. (18) pp. 361-71, Arzi of Raja Dan Bahadur Sing of Tulsipur to the Nawab Vizir. (19) C. T. Metcalfe (Resident at Delhi). pp. 389-94, 400-5, to John Adam 16th to 28th Nov. 1814; pp. 395-9, to John Monckton 16th Nov. 1814. (20) pp. 407-8, 423-4, Major James Gordon (Deputy Adjutant-General) to Charles Wright Gardiner (Secretary in the Military Department) 18th to 20th Jan. 1815. (21) pp. 439-42, Proceedings of the Vice-President in Council 3rd Dec. 1814, Possible hostile intentions of the Deb Raja of Bhutan. (22) pp. 445-52, 461-2, David Scott (Magistrate of Rangpur) to John Monckton 28th to 30th Nov. 1814. (23) John Monckton (Acting Secretary to Government in the Political Department). pp. 465-70, to David Scott 6th Dec. 1814; pp. 473-8, to Norman MacLeod 29th Nov. 1814. (24) pp. 485-8, Roger Martin (Magistrate of Gorakhpur) to John Monckton 27th Dec. 1814, Opinion of Major Bradshaw's proposal to arm the Frontier peasantry. (25) pp. 491-9, J. E. Elliot (Magistrate of Sarun) to John Monckton 23rd Dec. 1814, Opinion on Major Bradshaw's proposal to arm the Frontier peasantry.

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(1) pp. 1-912, Enclosures to Bengal Secret Letter 20th Feb. 1815 relative to Military Transactions in the Nepal War, including:-- (2) John Adam (Chief Secretary). pp. 1-3, 75-8, 127-8, 151-2, to John Monckton (Acting Secretary in the Political Department) 10th to 21st Jan. 1815; pp. 4-9, 119-23, to Col. G. H. Fagan 10th Jan. 1815. (3) Col. G. H. Fagan (Adjutant-General). pp. 9-13, 78-86, 128-9, 152-3, to John Adam 6th to 18th Jan. 1815; pp. 55-70, to Major-Gen. G. Martindell 3rd Jan. 1814, Reported misbehaviour of the Bengal troops; pp. 98-112, 114-8, to Col. Ochterlony 12th Dec. 1814 to 8th Jan. 1815; pp. 173-8, to Major-Gen. B. Marley 18th Jan. 1815; p. 484, to Major James Gordon 24th Jan. 1815. (4) pp. 14-24, Major-Gen. Gabriel Martindell to Col. Fagan 31st Dec. 1814, Failure of the attack by Majors Ludlow and Richards. (5) pp. 24-39, Major J. Ludlow to Capt. [John W.] Edwards (Major of Brigade) 28th Dec. 1814. (6) pp. 39-48, Major W. Richards to Major-Gen. Martindell 28th Dec. 1814. (7) pp. 49-52, 423-9, 638-9, 681-5, 697-700, 705-6, 716-9, 802-23, 838-51, 874-95, 905-11, Intelligence. (8) pp. 53-4, Major Robert Stevenson (Assistant Commissary-General) to Major-Gen. Martindell 29th Dec. 1800. (9) pp. 72-3, 111-3, 144-5, 615, Military Returns. (10) pp. 87-97, 103-6, Col. Ochterlony to Col. Fagan 2nd and 31st Dec. 1814. (11) pp. 107-10, Lieut.-Col. W. Thompson (Commanding the Reserve) to Col. Ochterlony 31st Dec. 1814. (12) Major-Gen. J. S. Wood. pp. 130-42, 184-92, 199-208, 212-7, 238-41, 250-4, to Col. G. H. Fagan 1st Jan. to 5th Feb. 1815; pp. 147-9, Detachment Orders 4th Jan. 1815; pp. 183-4, 199, 211-2, 233-8, 249, to John Adam 21st Jan. to 5th Feb. 1815; pp. 192-5, 218-23, 271-6, to Major J. Baillie 10th to 24th Jan. 1815; pp. 226-30, 257-8, 671-2, 674-8, to Roger Martin 22nd Dec. 1814 to 3rd Feb. 1815. (13) Major-Gen. Bennet Marley. pp. 153-7, 164-9, 485-93, to Col. Fagan 2nd to 23rd Jan. 1815; pp. 169-73, Division Orders, Destruction of the British Detachments at Persah and Summundpur; pp. 325-7, to Major John Baillie 29th Jan. 1815; pp. 719-20, to C. J. Sealy 16th Jan. 1815. (14) pp. 157-60, Major J. Greenstreet (15th N.I.) to Major-Gen. Marley 4th Jan. 1815. (15) pp. 160-3, Lieut. E. Strettell to Capt. H. L. Watson (Assistant Adjutant-General) 1st Jan. 1815, Misbehaviour of the Sepoys. (16) pp. 223-6, Capt. H. Faithfull (Acting Major of Brigade) to Capt. James Robertson 23rd Jan. 1815. (17) pp. 255-60, Capt. W. S. Heathcott to Capt. Faithfull 29th Jan. and 4th Feb. 1815. (18) pp. 260-1, Prithi Bandari, Tahsildar, to the Villagers bordering on Thappa Shwraj, On behalf of the Gurkha claims for Revenue 4th Feb. 1815. (19) Major John Baillie (Resident at Lucknow). pp. 263-4, 279-80, 315-8, 321, to N. B. Edmonstone (Vice-President of Council) 16th Jan. to 3rd Feb. 1815; pp. 264-6, 281-5, 294, 314-6, 322-5, to John Adam 16th Jan. to 3rd Feb. 1815; pp. 266-8, 285-9, 293, 307-8, to Lieut.-Col. Roderick Fraser 15th to 20th Jan. 1815; pp. 268-70, 316-8, to Col. Richard Frith 16th and 31st Jan. 1815; pp. 281-5, 295-7, to Major-Gen. Wood 18th to 20th Jan. 1815; pp. 289-90, to the Nawab Vizir of Oudh (Ghazi-uddin Haidar); pp. 327-9, to Major-Gen. Marley 3rd Feb. 1815; pp. 336-9, to Capt. Robertson 3rd Feb. 1815. (20) pp. 289-90, Arzi of Raja Dan Bahadur Sing (of Tulsipur) for assistance against the Gurkhas. (21) pp. 303-7, Nawab Vizir (Ghazi-uddin Haidar, late King of Oudh) to Amar Sing, Daulat Ram and Muhammad Shah, Amirs of Baraitch. (22) p. 309, Plan of neighbourhood of Tulsipur. (23) pp. 329-33, Capt. James Robertson (11th N.I. Commanding at Balrampur) to Major Baillie 31st Jan. 1815. (24) pp. 333-6, Lieut.-Col. Roderick Fraser (Commanding at Seerora) to Major Baillie 2nd Feb. 1815. (25) pp. 341-59, 361-7, 373-417, Proceedings of the Vice-President (N. B. Edmonstone) in Council in the Military Department 14th to 26th Jan. 1815; pp. 725-60, 763-912, Do. do. in the Judicial Department 20th Jan. to 7th Feb. 1815. (26) pp. 353-7, 367-71, 731-8, Charles Wrighte Gardiner (Secretary in the Military Department) to Major James Gordon 14th to 20th Jan. 1815. (27) Major James Gordon (Deputy Adjutant-General). pp. 421-2, to C. W. Gardiner 18th Jan. 1815; to Col. G. H. Fagan 18th Jan. 1815; pp. 433-4, 453-4, 465-6, 475-6, 483-4, 499-504, 527, 539-40, 555-7, 574-5, 585-6, 601-2, 609-10, 617-8, to John Monckton 27th Jan. to 17th Feb. 1815; pp. 468-71, to Norman MacLeod (Commissioner, Cooch Behar) 20th Jan. 1815. (28) Capt. B. Latter (Commanding on the North East Frontier). pp. 434-5, 440, 466-8, 476-7, 504, 513, 528, 530-3, 540, 557-63, 574-6, 586-9, 602-4, 610-2, 618-20, to Major Gordon 18th Jan. to 9th Feb. 1815; pp. 435-9, to Roger Martin 18th Jan. 1815; pp. 441-51, 546-51, to N. J. Halhed 19th Jan. to 5th Feb. 1815; pp. 468-71, to Norman MacLeod 20th Jan. 1815; pp. 478-9, to David Scott (Magistrate of Rangpur) 21st Jan. 1815; pp. 517-22, 576-9, 594-7, to Lieut. W. W. Foord 30th Jan. to 7th Feb. 1815; pp. 528-30, to Major-Gen. Marley 4th Feb. 1815; pp. 534-6, 579, 583, 597-8, to Capt. James Cock 5th to 7th Feb. 1815; pp. 541-6, to Lieut. Walter A. Yates (18th N.I.) 5th Feb. 1815; pp. 604-7, to Major Joseph O'Halloran (18th N.I.) 8th Feb. 1815. (29) pp. 454-61, Nathaniel John Halhed (Judge and Magistrate of Purneah) to Capt. Latter 14th and 15th Jan. 1815. (30) Col. R. B. Gregory (Commanding at Dinapur). pp. 493-6, to Capt. W. I. Watson (Assistant Adjutant-General) 10th Jan. 1815; pp. 899-900, to C. J. Sealy 2nd Feb. 1815. (31) pp. 514-7, 533, 563-70, 590-3, 612-4, Lieut. William Whiting Foord (9th N.I.) to Capt. Latter 29th Jan. to 5th Feb. 1815. (32) pp. 625-37, 745-9, John B. Elliott (Magistrate of Sarun and Chupra) to John Monckton 18th and 30th Jan. 1815. (33) C. J. Sealy (Magistrate of Tirhut). pp. 635-6, 707-9, 713-4, 725-9, 792-800, to Henry St. George Tucker (Acting Chief Secretary) 22nd to 26th Jan. 1815; pp. 636, 711-5, 721-2, 729-30, to Major-Gen. Marley 20th and 22nd Jan. 1815; pp. 637-8, 715-6, 800-6, 815-6, 824-9, 833-5, 901-3, to Col. R. B. Gregory 22nd Jan. to 3rd Feb. 1815; pp. 709-11, to Officer Commanding reinforcements for Major-Gen. Marley 15th Jan. 1815; pp. 833-7, 865-8, 873-4, 882-3, 892-8, 904, to W. B. Bayley 28th Jan. to 4th Feb. 1815. (34) pp. 643-50, William Moorcroft (Superintendent of the Stud at Poosa) to C. W. Gardiner 31st Jan. 1815. (35) pp. 651-62, Major Paris Bradshaw (Political Agent) to William Moocroft 27th Jan. 1815. (36) Roger Martin (Judge of Gorakhpur). pp. 665-6, 678-80, 701-4, to George Dowdeswell (Chief Secretary) 5th to 9th Jan. 1815; pp. 667-8, 683-9, 702-5, 764-6, 777, 784-5, 856-7, to John Adam 4th to 29th Jan. 1815; pp. 669-70, 690-1, 693-5, 766-7, 769-70, 778-82, to Major-Gen. Wood 12th Dec. 1814 to 23rd Jan. 1815; p. 692, to Major P. Bradshaw 2nd Jan. 1815; pp. 763-4, 768-9, 776, 783, 855-6, to W. B. Bayley 28th to 29th Jan. 1815; pp. 788-92, to Lieut.-Col. James Rotton 23rd Jan. 1815. (37) pp. 672-4, Lieut. D. D. Anderson (14th N.I.) to Roger Martin, n.d.) (38) pp. 696-7, Parwana from Major-Gen. Wood to the Thanadar of Nitchlow 17th Dec. 1814; pp. 857-65, Petition of Moti Lal, Thanadar of Nitchlow, 25th Jan. 1815. (39) W. B. Bayley (Acting Secretary). pp. 739-40, to John Adam 21st Jan. 1815; pp. 740-4, to C. J. Sealy 21st Jan. 1815; pp. 749-59, to J. E. Elliott 26th Jan. 1815. (40) pp. 770-1, Petition of Rup Chand, Thanadar of Bansi 20th Jan. 1815. (41) pp. 785-7, Lieut.-Col. James Rotton (Commanding at Gorakhpur) to Roger Martin 23rd Jan. 1815. (42) pp. 811-4, 829-32, Representations of Chaudhuri Bhola Sing.

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Contents:
(1) pp. 1-549, Enclosures in Secret Letters from Bengal 23rd Feb. to 11th June 1815, Military Transactions in the Nepal War and Negotiations for Peace, including:-- (2) John Adam (Secretary in the Secret, Political and Foreign Departments). pp. 1-3, 217-21, 345-6, to John Monckton (Acting Secretary) 18th Jan. to 26th April 1815; pp. 3-5, 501-23, to Lieut.-Col. Bradshaw 18th Jan. to 5th June, with, pp. 525-32, Draft of Treaty with Nepal; pp. 139-46, 421-37, 451-3, 535-44, to the Hon. Edward Gardner 3rd May to 5th June 1815; pp. 195-7, 341-3, to Col. G. H. Fagan 13th May and 25th April 1815; pp. 397-405, to Major-Gen. Ochterlony 21st May 1815; pp. 547-9, to Capt. B. Latter. (3) Lieut.-Col. Paris Bradshaw. pp. 10-28, 33-41, 45-52, 487-91, to John Adam 22nd Jan. to 20th May 1815; pp. 52-9, Correspondence with Bekhut Sing Bisnite (a Nepalese officer). (4) Capt. B. Latter (Commanding on the North East Frontier). pp. 28-31, to Lieut.-Col. Bradshaw 11th Jan. 1815; pp. 61-2, to Col. [Thomas] Hawkins (Private Secretary to the Vice-President) 4th Feb. 1815; pp. 65-7, to John Monckton 5th Feb. 1815; pp. 67-72, to John Adam 4th Feb. 1815; pp. 72-5, Correspondence with the Raja of Sikkim. (5) pp. 77-88, David Scott (Judge of Rangpur) to John Monckton 20th Jan. 1815, Relations with Sikkim, Bhutan and Lhassa. (6) pp. 89-104, 245-95, Intercepted letters, including letters from Amar Sing to the Raja of Nepal opposing any concession to the English, draft letters to China, &c. (7) pp. 110-1, Return showing Commissariat Savings due to the adoption of the Half-Ration system 19th April 1815. (8) pp. 113-4, C. T. Metcalfe (Resident at Delhi) to John Adam 21st May 1815, Nepalese attempts to obtain assistance from Ranjit Sing. (9) pp. 117-20, 125-32, 455-84, The Hon. Edward Gardner (Second Assistant to the Resident at Delhi) to John Adam 26th March to 24th May 1815. (10) pp. 120-2, Instructions to Lieut.-Col. W. L. Gardner and to Col. J. Nicolls 25th June 1815 relative to negotiations; pp. 133-5, Report of an Interview with the Nepalese officers. (11) Col. J. Nicolls (Commanding in Kumaon). pp. 151-5, 161-3, 165-84, 189-93, 199-204, to Col. G. H. Fagan 23rd April to 1st May 1815; pp. 205-14, Detachment Orders 30th April 1815; pp. 409-11, 441-3, to C. M. Ricketts (Principal Private Secretary to the Governor-General) 14th to 16th May 1815. (12) pp. 156, 164-5, Capt. R. Patton to Lieut. W. S. Webb 23rd April 1815. (13) G. H. Fagan (Adjutant-General). pp. 159-61, 187-9, 299-301, 357-8, 381, to John Adam 30th April to 27th May 1815; pp. 225-31, to Col. J. Nicolls 30th April 1815. (14) pp. 233-4, 237-41, 349-55, 373-7, General Orders by the Governor-General (Earl of Moira) dated Fatehgarh, 2nd and 3rd May, 26th April and 25th May 1815. (15) Col. David Ochterlony. pp. 302-38, to Fagan 17th April 1815, with correspondence with Major E. Cartwright, Lieut. F. Rutledge, Col. J. Arnold, Capt. C. Bowyer, pp. 358-64, Do. do. 8th May 1815 with letter to and from Lieut. R. Ross; pp. 381-4, Do. do. n.d.; pp. 387-94, to John Adam 15th May 1815 enclosing his Agreement concluded with the Nepalese General Amar Sing. (16) pp. 411-9, 443-8, Lieut. Col. W. L. Gardner to Col. J. Nicolls 11th to 14th May 1815.

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(1) pp. 1-640, Enclosures in Bengal Secret Letter 21st June 1815 relative to the War with Nepal, Military Arrangements, including:-- (2) John Adam (Secretary in the Political, Secret and Foreign Departments). pp. 1-2, 13-8, to John Monckton (Acting Secretary); pp. 7-9, 97, 135-6, 153-4, 179-80, 204-5, 379-80, 427-8, 489-90, 565-7, to Lieut.-Col. Fagan 24th to 27th Jan. 1815; pp. 43-6, 101, 277-99, 383-93, 561-2, to Major P. Bradshaw (Political Agent in Nepal) 2nd to 27th Jan. 1815; pp. 91-4, to William Fraser 3rd and 12th Jan. 1815; pp. 105-7, 411-2, to Major John Baillie (Resident at Lucknow) 4th and 25th Jan. 1815; pp. 127-31, 147-50, 203-4, 373-5, 407-9, 487-9, 497-8, 577-9, 611-2, to the Hon. Edward Gardner 10th Jan. to 2nd Feb. 1815; pp. 235-43, 257-73, to Col. Ochterlony 15th and 18th Jan. 1815; pp. 463-5, 639-40, to Roger Martin 25th Jan. to 6th Feb. 1815; pp. 509-10, to H. Dumbleton (Magistrate of Bareilly) 26th Jan. 1815; pp. 549-54, to Capt. B. Latter 27th Jan. 1815; pp. 557-9, to David Scott (Magistrate of Rangpur) 27th Jan. 1815. (3) Lieut.-Col. G. H. Fagan (Adjutant-General). pp. 2-5, 27-8, 109-11, 157-64, 171-2, 353-4, 501-2, 581, 595-6, to John Adam 24th to 27th Jan. 1815; pp. 31-5, 164-8, to Major-Gen. Marley 26th Dec. 1814 to 9th Jan. 1815; pp. 174-6, to Major-Gen. Martindell 11th Jan. 1815; pp. 503-6, to Capt. H. Y. Hearsey (Commanding Najib Battalion and Post at Bareilly) 26th Jan. 1815; pp. 589-92, to Major-Gen. Wood 27th Jan. 1815. (4) pp. 5-7, Memorandum by Major James Lumsden on the cost, &c., of the formation of a Camel Corps to supply the deficiency in Cavalry 24th Jan. 1815. (5) Major-Gen. Bennet Marley. pp. 22-31, to Lieut.-Col. Fagan 8th Dec. 1814; pp. 432-3, to Roger Martin 9th Jan. 1815. (6) pp. 37-40, William Moorcroft (Superintendent of the Stud at Poosa) to John Adam 20th Dec. 1814. (7) pp. 49-87, William Fraser (First Assistant to the Resident at Delhi) to John Adam 25th Dec. 1814 and 11th Jan. 1815, Employment of Irregulars, State of the Country and Inhabitants, Intercepted Letters; pp. 87-8, Memorandum of the Forces in Jumta. (8) Hon. Edward Gardner (Second Assistant to Resident at Delhi). pp. 113-20, 139-44, 195-7, 359-61, 367-70, 395-405, 467-77, 493-5, 569-75, 607-8, to John Adam 2nd to 21st Jan. 1815, Intelligence and Postal Arrangements; pp. 121-4, to Thomas Rutherford 1st and 6th Jan. 1815, placing these Departments in his charge; pp. 363-5, to Lieut.-Col. W. L. Gardner 11th Jan. 1815. (9) pp. 172-4, Major-Gen. G. Martindell to Lieut.-Col. Fagan 9th Jan. 1815. (10) Major-Gen. David Ochterlony. pp. 207-23, Correspondence with Amar Sing; pp. 227-32, 415-7, to John Adam 5th and 20th Jan. 1815, Character of Amar Sing; pp. 596-7, to Lieut.-Col. Fagan 16th Jan. 1815; pp. 597-605, to Col. [John] Arnold, Brigadier, 15th Jan. 1815. (11) pp. 247-54, J. W. O'Brien (in the service of Raja Sunsar Chand) to John Adam 25th Nov. 1814, asking pardon for desertion and to be taken back into the English Service. (12) Roger Martin (Judge of Gorakhpur). pp. 315-7, 327-8, 339-40, 343-4, 349-50, 431-2, 439-40, 447-8, 455-6, 615-6, 619, 625, 629-30, to John Adam 2nd to 24th Jan. 1815; pp. 317-9, 320-1, 329-30, 616-7, 620-2, to Major-Gen. J. S. Wood 2nd to 23rd Jan. 1815; pp. 318-9, to Major P. Bradshaw 2nd Jan. 1815; pp. 442-4, 632-5, to Lieut.-Col. James Rotton 14th and 23rd Jan. 1815; pp. 322-5, 340, 344-6, 440-2, 448-52, 456-61, 626-7, Intelligence. (13) Major-Gen. J. S. Wood. pp. 321-2, Parwana to Thanadar of Nitchlow 17th Dec. 1814; pp. 330-5, 434-5, to Roger Martin 13th Dec. 1814 to 11th Jan. 1815; pp. 583-8, to Lieut.-Col. Fagan 15th Jan. 1815. (14) pp. 331-2, Lieut. D. D. Anderson to Roger Martin, n.d. (15) pp. 354-6, R. H. Cunliffe (Assistant Commissary General) to Lieut.-Col. Fagan 3rd Jan. 1815. (16) pp. 361-3, 477-84, Lieut.-Col. W. L. Gardner to Hon. Edward Gardner 11th and 20th Jan. 1815. (17) pp. 419-23, C. J. Sealy (Magistrate of Tirhut) to John Adam 6th Jan. 1815. (18) Capt. Barre Latter (Commanding on the North-East Frontier). pp. 513-7, 525-7, 537-46, to John Adam 1st to 6th Jan. 1815; pp. 517-23, to Major P. Bradshaw 3rd Jan. 1815; pp. 527-32, Correspondence with Raja of Sikkim and the Raja's letter to the Governor-General. (19) pp. 608-9, Surgeon Thomas Rutherford to Hon. Edward Gardner 23rd Jan. 1815. (20) pp. 630-1, Lieut.-Col. James Rotton (Commanding at Gorakhpur) to Roger Martin 23rd Jan. 1815. (21) pp. 643-8, List of Enclosures in John Adam's letter of 6th Feb. 1815 to John Monckton, i.e. (2) to (20) above.

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Contents:
(1) pp. 1-694, Enclosures in Bengal Secret Letter 21st June 1815 relative to the Nepal War, Military Transactions, Use of Irregulars and Police, Negotiations, including:-- (2) John Adam (Secretary in the Secret, Political and Foreign Department). pp. 1-2, 78-9, 185, 205-9, 223-4, 231-2, 235-6, 267-70, 291-2, 345-8, 351, 381-2, 397-8, 407, 413-4, 419, 445, 457-8, 465, 498-9, 503, 507-8, 553-4, 567-85, 597-8, 601, 611-2, 627-8, 635-6, 641, 683, 691-2, to John Monckton 7th to 27th March 1815; pp. 163-81, 337-40, to William Fraser 7th and 14th March 1815; pp. 181-2, to Major-Gen. Ochterlony 7th March 1815; p. 206, to Lieut.-Col. W. L. Gardner 15th Feb. 1815; pp. 206-7, 219-20, 232, 341, 392-3, 483-4, 592-3, 630, to Lieut.-Col. G. H. Fagan 15th Feb. to 25th March 1815; pp. 217-8, 631-2, to II. Dumbleton 10th and 25th March 1815; pp. 227-9, 686-7, to J. Marjoribanks 10th and 27th March 1815; pp. 260-3, 636-7, to J. Shakespeare 13th to 26th March 1815; pp. 277-9, to Capt. B. Latter 12th March 1815; pp. 398-402, to Sir Edward Colebrooke (Agent to the Governor-General in the Ceded Provinces) 17th March 1815 and, pp. 414-6, 14th March to Colebrooke and John Deane (Board of Commissioners for the same); pp. 403-4, 438-41, 459-61, 561-2, to the Hon. Edward Gardner 17th to 23rd March 1815; pp. 484-93, 692-4, to Major-Gen. J. S. Wood 19th and 27th March 1815; pp. 501-3, 509-22, to Lieut.-Col. P. Bradshaw (Political Agent in Nepal) 20th and 22nd March 1815; pp. 523, 526, to W. A. Brooke (Agent to the Governor-General at Benares) 22nd March 1815; pp. 525, 622-4, to Capt. H. Y. Hearsey 23rd and 25th March 1815; pp. 590-2, to J. E. Elliott 23rd March 1815; pp. 621-5, to F. Law (Collector of Bareilly) 25th March 1815. (3) Lieut.-Col. G. H. Fagan (Adjutant-General). pp. 2-3, 4-10, 26-7, 47, 72-3, 186, 189, 352-3, 357, 361, 373, 375, 382-3, 408, 446, 450-1, 480-3, 499-501, 602, 605-8, 628-9, 642-3, 665-80, to John Adam 28th Feb. to 18th March 1815; pp. 20-2, to Major-Gen. Ochterlony 27th Feb. 1815; pp. 43-6, 56-71, 383-91, to Major-Gen. G. Wood 3rd to 8th March 1815; p. 187, to Lieut. Col. P. Grant (Commanding at Moradabad) 7th March 1815; p. 188, to Lieut.-Col. W. L. Gardner (Commanding at Kumaon) 7th March 1815; pp. 362-4, to Major-Gen. J. S. Wood 8th March 1815; pp. 365-72, 602-7, 661-4, to Major-Gen. G. Martindell 8th to 14th March 1815; p. 374, to Capt. [James] Skinner (Commanding Irregulars) 11th March 1815. (4) Major-Gen. David Ochterlony. pp. 3, 10-1, 23, 409-10, to Lieut.-Col. G. H. Fagan 17th Feb. to 12th March 1815; pp. 18-20, Detachment Orders 17th Feb. 1815, Surrender of Ramgarh. (5) pp. 11-5, 24-5, Lieut.-Col. W. H. Cooper (Commanding at Neher) to Capt. E. Cartwright (Brigade Major, 3rd Division of the Army) 16th and 21st Feb. 1815. (6) pp. 15-7, Capt.-Lieut. N. Webb (Artillery) to Lieut. Hutton Watkins (1st N.I.) 16th Feb. 1815. (7) pp. 27-32, 73-4, Lieut.-Col. George Dick to Lieut.-Col. G. H. Fagan 21st Feb. 1815, Defeat and Death of Bhawani Datta Thappa. In honour of his valour, his body returned to his friends. Camp Orders. (8) pp. 36-40, Lieut. J. Pickersgill to Capt. W. L. Watson (Assistant Adjutant-General) 21st Feb. 1815. (9) pp. 47-52, Major-Gen. Sir George Wood (Commanding at Dinapur) to Lieut.-Col. G. H. Fagan 23rd Feb. 1815. (10) pp. 52-6, Report by Assistant Surgeon A. Strutton on Ghurkha arrows suspected of being poisoned, sent by Sir George Wood to John Adam. (11) William Fraser (First Assistant to the Resident at Delhi). pp. 78-154, 292-6, 326-37, to John Adam 10th Feb. to 5th March 1815, State of and Policy to be observed in the Districts of Surmore and Joobul; pp. 296-300, to Lieut. F. Young 25th Feb. 1815; pp. 154-61, Letters from Puran Chand, Rana of Joobul, 26th Feb. and Daujee Vizir 27th Feb. 1815. (12) pp. 190-1, 195-9, 643-59, Major-Gen. G. Martindell to Lieut.-Col. G. H. Fagan 27th Feb. to 7th March 1815. (13) Lieut. F. Young (Commanding Irregulars). pp. 191-5, to Capt. [John W.] Edwards 24th Feb. 1815; pp. 199-200, to Major-Gen. Martindell 28th Feb. 1815; pp. 300-2, to William Fraser, with, pp. 303-26, details of Composition, &c., of the Corps of Irregulars. (14) pp. 210-2, H. Dumbleton (Magistrate of Bareilly) to John Adam 8th March 1815, Capt. Hearsey's proposal to employ Police Officers against the Gurkhas. (15) Capt. H. Y. Hearsey (Commanding Najib Battalion and Post at Bareilly). pp. 213-6, to H. Dumbleton 4th March 1815; pp. 353-6, 358-61, 375-8, 447-54, to Lieut.-Col. G. H. Fagan 1st to 8th March 1815; pp. 426-9, 558-60, to the Hon. Edward Gardner 1st to 13th March 1815; pp. 612-22, to John Adam 19th March 1815, with Account of Expenditure on Secret Service. (16) pp. 224-6, Capt. W. Long (formerly in Native Service) to John Adam 1st March 1815, Claim for compensation. (17) John Talbot Shakespear (Superintendent of Police in Bengal, Behar and Orissa). pp. 237-42, to John Adam 12th March 1815, Estimate for Police in a number of Districts; pp. 243-59, to H. Dumbleton 4th and 11th March 1815, Entertainment of Mounted Police. (18) Capt. Barre Latter (Commanding on the North-East Frontier). pp. 270-7, to John Adam 15th Feb. 1815; pp. 277-9, to the Sikkim Raja. (19) pp. 287-9, John Monckton (Acting Chief Secretary) to John Adam 28th March 1815. (20) Hon. Edward Gardner. pp. 420-6, 433-8, 458-9, 554-8, to John Adam 3rd to 17th March 1815; pp. 429-32, to Capt. Hearsey 7th March 1815. (21) pp. 466-80, Enclosures in Major-Gen. J. S. Wood's letters to John Adam of 6th and 11th Feb. 1815, Native Correspondence and Proclamations. (22) pp. 526-36, Exchange of letters between the Raja of Nepal and the Governor-General. (23) pp. 537-49, Letters to W. A. Brooke from the Raja and other Nepalese Chiefs. (24) pp. 586-9, J. E. Elliott (Magistrate of Sarun) to John Adam 15th Feb. 1815. (25) pp. 684-6, J. Marjoribanks (Magistrate of Aligarh) to John Adam 23rd March 1815.

The Nepal War, 1814-1816.  IOR/H/653  1815

Contents:
(1) pp. 1-647, Enclosures in Bengal Secret Letter 21st June 1815 relative to Military Transactions in the Nepal War, Negotiations, &c., including:-- (2) John Adam (Secretary in the Secret, Political and Foreign Departments). pp. 1, 5-9, 16-7, 41, 67-8, 119, 125, 151, 237-8, 249-50, 259-60, 265, 269-74, 333-4, 389, 397-8, 405, 425-6, 429-30, 443, 455, 467-9, 507, 523, 527, 537, 553-7, 593-4, 599-600, 605-6, 612-3, 627-8, 637, 641, to John Monckton 20th April to 11th May 1815; pp. 2-3, 606-8, to J. T. Shakespear (Acting Superintendent of Police, Western Provinces) 20th April and 7th May 1815; pp. 9-11, to David Scott (Magistrate of Rangpur) 20th April 1815; pp. 35-8, 230-4, 561-70, 633, to Hon. Edward Gardner 20th April to 8th May 1815; pp. 252-5, 634-5, to H. Dumbleton 25th April and 8th May 1815; pp. 255-6, to Major-Gen. J. S. Wood 27th April 1815; pp. 260-2, 376-9, 524-5, 528-9, 623-4, 646, to Lieut.-Col. G. H. Fagan 25th April to 11th May 1815; p. 266, to C. T. Metcalfe (Resident at Delhi) 25th April 1815; pp. 426-7, to Philip Monckton (Acting Magistrate of Tirhut) 31st April 1815; pp. 510-8, to Sir Edward Colebrooke and John Deane 2nd May 1815; pp. 594-5, to Major J. Baillie (Resident at Lucknow) 6th May 1815; pp. 601-2, to J. E. Elliott (Magistrate of Sarun) 6th May 1815; pp. 619-22, to William Fraser 8th May 1815; p. 635, to F. Law (Collector of Bareilly) 8th May 1815. (3) pp. 16-21, 25-7, 152-6, 238-42, 398-402, 456-63, 482-98, 556-9, Hon. Edward Gardner (Second Assistant to Resident at Delhi) to John Adam 8th to 28th April 1815; pp. 21-5, 27-35, Native Correspondence; pp. 156-230, Intercepted Gurkha Correspondence. (4) Lieut.-Col. G. H. Fagan (Adjutant-General). pp. 42-4, 120, 126-9, 131-2, 274-5, 323, 335-7, 390, 406-7, 430-2, 444, 470-1, 538-9, 545-7, 571-2, 582-9, 628-9, 642, to John Adam 22nd April to 8th May 1815; pp. 146-8, to Major-Gen. Ochterlony 20th April 1815; pp. 330-1, to Col. Jasper Nicolls 12th April 1815; pp. 391-4, 643-5, to Major-Gen. J. S. Wood 19th April and 5th May 1815; pp. 630-1, to Capt. Collins (an apparently unsatisfactory Commander of Irregulars) 6th May 1815 to pay up and disband his mutinous levy. (5) Major-Gen. David Ochterlony. pp. 45-6, 121, 132-46, 337-56, 539-40, to Lieut.-Col. Fagan 16th to 18th April 1815; pp. 52-3, to Lieut.-Col. W. A. Thompson 15th April 1815. (6) Lieut.-Col. W. A. Thompson (Commanding the Reserve). pp. 47-51, to Capt. E. Cartwright 15th April 1815; pp. 54-7, to Major-Gen. Ochterlony 17th April 1815. (7) Col. J. Arnold (Brigadier Commanding at Ratangarh). pp. 57-60, 61-2, to Major-Gen. Ochterlony 15th April 1815, Death of Capt. Charles L. Showers (19th N.I.); pp. 356-8, to Capt. E. Cartwright 16th April 1815. (8) pp. 63-5, Lieut. Matthew Charles Dunbar to Capt. E. Cartwright 15th April 1815. (9) William Fraser (First Assistant to Resident at Delhi). pp. 68-9, 612-9, to John Adam 5th and 27th April 1815; pp. 69-70, to Major-Gen. Ochterlony 5th April 1815, with, pp. 70-116, Notes on Fortified Posts in Enemy possession to the North and North-East. (10) pp. 130-1, Lieut.-Col. James Rotton (Commanding at Gorakhpur) to Lieut.-Col. Fagan 14th April 1815. (11) Lieut. W. Martindell. pp. 242-4, to Hon. E. Gardner 12th April 1815; pp. 299-300, 324-6, to Col. W. L. Gardner 3rd and 6th April 1815; pp. 316-8, to Col. J. Nicolls 5th April 1815. (12) pp. 250-2, H. Dumbleton (Magistrate of Bareilly) to John Adam 19th April 1815. (13) pp. 275-85, 291-6, 301-15, 319-24, 326-9, 432-4, 437-40, 445-50, 471-81, 572-6, 580-1, 632, Col. J. Nicolls (Commanding in Kumaon) to Lieut.-Col. Fagan 5th April to 6th May 1815. (14) pp. 287-90, 296-8, Col. W. L. Gardner to Col. J. Nicolls 5th and 7th April 1815. (15) pp. 358-60, Lieut. F. Rutledge to Col. J. Arnold -- April 1815. (16) pp. 360-4, Capt. Cornelius Bowyer to Capt. E. Cartwright 16th April 1815. (17) pp. 365-75, Capt. E. Cartwright (Major of Brigade) to Major-Gen. Ochterlony 15th April 1815. (18) pp. 381-5, 421-3, 503-5, John Monckton (Acting Chief Secretary) to John Adam 9th to 12th May 1815. (19) General Orders by the Governor-General, Fatehgarh, 26th April 1815, Major-Gen. Ochterlony's operations; pp. 498-500, 2nd May 1815, Col. Nicolls' capture of Almora; pp. 529-34, 3rd May 1815, Col. Nicolls' services. (20) pp. 435-7, 451-2, Major Robert Patton to Lieut. W. S. Webb (Acting Major of Brigade) 23rd April 1815. (21) pp. 508-10, Sir Edward Colebrooke and J. Deane (Commissioners in the Ceded and Conquered Provinces) to John Adam 2nd April 1815. (22) pp. 540-5, Lieut. W. Lawtie (Field Engineer) to Major-Gen. Ochterlony 10th April 1815. (23) pp. 548-50, Capt. James Skinner (Commanding Irregular Horse) to Lieut.-Col. Fagan 25th April 1815, Relief of the Police besieged at the village of Bhowani. (24) pp. 558-60, Agreement concluded by Col. Nicolls and Lieut.-Col. Gardner with Bumsah and the Gurkha Chiefs of Almora.

The Nepal War, 1814-1816.  IOR/H/654  1815

Contents:
(1) pp. 1-541, Enclosures in Bengal Secret Letter 21st June 1815, relative to the Nepal War, chiefly the operations under Major Gen. Wood, including:-- (2) Major-Gen. John Sullivan Wood (Commanding a Division of the Field Army). pp. 1, 8-9, 23, 37, 53, 103, 111, 119, 131-2, 147, 171-2, 200, 213, 221-2, to Chief Secretary (John Monckton) 13th April to 28th May 1815; pp. 2-4, 8-13, 38-41, 54-5, 103-8, 113-16, 123-8, 132-4, 148-57, 172-8, 222-9, to Lieut.-Col. Fagan 12th April to 28th May 1815; pp. 14-9, 134-43, 230-8, Detachment Orders; 184-5, 238-9, Returns of Sick, &c., 15th April to 24th May 1815; pp. 24-9, to the Raja of Tulsipur; pp. 29-30, to Major J. Baillie 19th April 1815; pp. 111-2, 120-2, 200-4, 209, 214-5, to John Adam 1st to 23rd May 1815; pp. 163-7, to Lieut.-Col. J. Rotton (Commanding at Gorakhpur) 8th May 1815. (3) p. 24, J. Cunningham (A.D.C. to Major-Gen. Wood) to John Adam 19th April 1815. (4) pp. 25-6, 31-2, 41-50, 55-101, Arzis to Wood from Raja of Tulsipur and others, Depositions, &c. (5) pp. 157-63, G. Phillot, M.D. (First Surgeon) and John Allan (Assistant Surgeon) to Major-Gen. Wood 10th May 1815, Causes of Fever Epidemic amongst the Troops at Dhurwan. (6) pp. 178-82, 186-92, Lieut.-Col. Thomas Robertson (Field Engineer) to Capt. W. R. Hannay 10th and 12th May 1815. (7) pp. 192-4, G. Rankin (Superintending Surgeon) to Capt. W. R. Hannay 5th May 1815. (8) pp. 194-8, Capt. W. R. Hannay (Acting Major of Brigade) to Lieut.-Col. Robertson 7th May 1815. (9) pp. 207-8, J. W. Grant (Collector of Gorakhpur) to Major-Gen. Wood 12th May 1815. (10) Major P. Bradshaw (Political Agent in Nepal). pp. 215-6, to Major-Gen. Wood 25th April 1815; pp. 421-3, to Major J. Baillie 1st April 1815. (11) pp. 240-1, Major William Comyn (17th N.I.) to Major-Gen. Wood 28th May 1815, Offers to raise and drill the corps of Hillmen. (12) Capt. Richard Higgott (Commanding Division at Ramgarh). pp. 245-54, to John Adam 19th Feb. 1815, the Troops of Raja Gumshaw Sing; pp. 257-8, to John Monckton 5th March 1815; pp. 258-64, to Lieut.-Col. Fagan 3rd March 1815. (13) John Monckton (Acting Chief Secretary). pp. 269-77, 315-8 to Capt. B. Latter 28th Feb. and 25th March 1815; pp. 321-3, to Capt. Charles Stuart (Assistant Adjutant-General) 25th March 1815; pp. 325-35, 457-8, to John Adam 25th and 28th March 1815; pp. 475-7, 513-8, to William Moorcroft 7th March and 9th May 1815; pp. 509-10, to John Vaughan (Judge and Magistrate of Shahabad) 9th May 1815, Enquiries about the Raja of Bhojpur. (14) Capt. Barre Latter (Commanding on the North-East Frontier). pp. 281, 293, 303, 327-9, 343-4, 363-5, 371-6, to John Monckton 10th Feb. to 3rd May 1815; pp. 281-7, 293-7, 304-12, 344-50, 367, to John Adam 15th Feb. to 11th April 1815; pp. 287-9, 298-300, 351-9, Correspondence with the Raja of Sikkim; pp. 443-4, to Thomas Brooke 28th Feb. 1815. (15) C. T. Metcalfe (Resident at Delhi). pp. 379, 387, 395, to John Monckton 17th April to 21st May 1815; pp. 380-2, 388-91, 396-7, to John Adam 17th April to 21st May 1815. (16) Henry Russell (Resident at Hyderabad). p. 401, to John Monckton 29th Jan. 1815; p. 402, to John Adam 20th Jan. 1815. (17) Major John Baillie (Resident at Lucknow). pp. 405-6, 412-3, 420-1, 428-9, 433-4, 436, to John Adam 20th Feb. to 27th April 1815; pp. 406-7, to Col. Philip d'Auvergne 27th Feb. 1815; pp. 411, 419, 427-8, to N. B. Edmonstone (Vice-President of Council) 25th March to 27th April 1815; pp. 413-5, to Major-Gen. George Wood (Commanding near Bettiah) 25th March 1815; pp. 430-2, to Col. Littellus Burrel (Commanding at Chitapur) 27th April 1815; pp. 434-5, to the Nawab Vizir (Ghazi-uddin Haidar) 27th April 1815. (18) pp. 436-8, Arzi of Kutb-ud-din Husain Khan explaining his inability to provide Bearers for Col. Nicolls' Detachment. (19) Thomas Brooke (Superintendent of the Nizamat Adalat at Murshidabad) to John Monckton 25th Feb. 1815, with, pp. 444-53, letter from the Nepalese General Bhim Sing, possibly a matter of civility and possibly an effort to open communications indirectly with the British; pp. 443-4, to Capt. B. Latter 25th Feb. 1815. (20) W. Moorcroft (Superintendent of the Stud at Poosa). pp. 461-71, to C. W. Gardiner (Secretary in the Military Department) 24th Feb. 1815; pp. 479-92, 499-500, 503-5, to John Monckton 13th March to 25th April 1815. (21) pp. 472, 493-6, Capt.-Lieut. W. L. Watson (Assistant Adjutant-General to Major-Gen. Wood's Army) to W. Moorcroft 22nd Feb. and 6th March 1815. (22) p. 501, Lieut. Broadfield Sismore to W. Moorcroft 15th March 1815. (23) pp. 521-8, Deb Raja (of Bhutan) to the late Vice-President (Sir George Nugent) received 29th Jan. 1815; pp. 531-41, Reply from N. B. Edmonstone 25th Jan. 1815.

The Nepal War, 1814-1816.  IOR/H/655  1815-1816

Contents:
(1) pp. 1-421, Enclosures in Bengal Secret Letters 6th Aug. 1815 to 12th Jan. 1816 relative to the Nepal War, Rupture of Negotiations and Orders for the resumption of hostilities, including:-- (2) pp. 1-2, 281-316, 331-4, 345-9, 379-87, Lieut.-Col. Paris Bradshaw (Political Agent in Nepal) to John Adam 18th June to 25th Dec. 1815. (3) John Adam (Secretary in the Secret, Political and Foreign Departments). pp. 5-12, 51-61, 157-74, to the Hon. Edward Gardner 27th June to 22nd July 1815; pp. 63-5, 179-83, 319-28, 353-64, 391-3, to Lieut.-Col. Bradshaw 22nd July 1815 to 5th Jan. 1816; pp. 67-8, 177-9, 397-400, to Lieut.-Col. Fagan 22nd July 1815 to 5th Jan. 1816; pp. 71, 183-4, to Major John Baillie 22nd July 1815, Resumption of Hostilities; pp. 75, 184-5, to Roger Martin (Judge of Gorakhpur) to enforce the blockade of Nepal; pp. 95-6, to John Monckton (Acting Chief Secretary) 22nd July 1815; pp. 396-7, to J. E. Elliott (Magistrate of Sarun) 9th Dec. 1815; pp. 403-5, to Major-Gen. David Ochterlony 5th Jan. 1816, Resumption of Hostilities. (4) Hon. Edward Gardner (Second Assistant to Resident at Delhi). pp. 17-26, 33-48, 79-90, 97-133, 141-56, to John Adam 10th to 15th July, Intelligence and Negotiations; pp. 103-4, to Lieut. Murray 29th June 1815. (5) Raja of Nepal. pp. 27-31, 337-42, to the Governor-General 28th June and 8th Dec. 1815; pp. 133-40, to Lieut.-Col. Bradshaw (Agent in Kumaon) 28th June 1815. (6) pp. 175-7, Governor-General (Francis, Earl of Moira) to Raja of Nepal 22nd July 1815. (7) pp. 187-201, 255-61, N. B. Edmonstone (Vice-President) and Council (A. Seton and G. Dowdeswell) to the Governor-General 10th Aug. expressing apprehension of renewal of hostilities and hope of pacification, 11th Sept. 1815, explaining their former letter; pp. 265-8, 271-4, Minutes by Edmonstone and Seton 12th Sept. 1815. (8) pp. 203-52, Francis, Earl of Moira, to Vice-President Edmonstone and Council 31st Aug. 1815 replaying to their protest. (9) Lieut.-Col. G. H. Fagan (Adjutant-General). pp. 407-8, to John Adam 6th Jan. 1815; pp. 408-21, to Major-Gen. David Ochterlony 5th Jan. 1816 to take all measures for the immediate resumption of hostilities.

The Nepal War, 1814-1816.  IOR/H/656  1815-1816

Contents:
(1) pp. 1-616, Enclosures in Bengal Secret Letters 21st Feb. to 30th March 1816, Final stages of the Nepal War and Conclusion of Peace, including:-- (2) Major James Nicol (Acting Adjutant-General). pp. 1, 31-4, 359, 363, 371, 383-4, 461-2, to John Adam 19th Feb. to 15th March 1816; pp. 31-40, to Lieut.-Col. G. H. Fagan 12th Feb. 1816. (3) Major-Gen. David Ochterlony. pp. 1-3, 364-8, 372-3, 384-9, 462-5, to Major Nicol 9th Feb. to 5th March 1816; pp. 6-10, 22-8, to Lieut.-Col. G. H. Fagan 11th and 29th Jan. 1816; pp. 163-4, 166-7, 169-70, 172-4, 176-7, 188-93, 233-4, 249-50, to Major Paris Bradshaw 17th to 30th Jan. 1816; pp. 181-3, 227-8, 239-42, 261-7, 289-93, 403-11, 435-49, 567-9, to John Adam 25th Jan. to 10th March 1816; pp. 235-6, to Guru Gajraj Misr 28th Jan. 1816; pp. 354-6, to Col. J. Burnet 16th Feb. 1816; pp. 390-1, Division Orders 29th Feb. 1816 Thanking Col. Burnet and other Officers in the engagement of the 28th (p. 392 Casualty Returns for the Action). (4) pp. 5-6, 13-8, 67-9, Capt. Charles Stuart (Assistant Adjutant-General) to John Adam 20th Jan. to 6th Feb. 1816. (5) Governor-General's General Orders. pp. 18-22, for Brigading the Army under Major-Gen. Ochtelony; pp. 473-8, 20th March 1816, Triumphal Conclusion of the Nepal War. (6) pp. 43-64, Lieut.-Col. G. H. Fagan to John Adam 28th Nov. 1815. (7) pp. 71, 75, 79, 83, General Returns of the Armies under Major-Gen. Ochterlony, Col. Jasper Nicolls, Capt. B. Latter and Major-Gen. J. S. Wood. (8) John Adam (Secretary in the Secret, Political and Foreign Departments). pp. 87-113, 141-2, 195, 199, 257-9, 269-73, 535-45, 577-9, to Major-Gen. Ochterlony 13th Jan. to 20th March 1816; pp. 125-38, 547-57, to Hon. Edward Gardner 10th Feb. and 6th March 1816; pp. 145-7, to Major Nicol 10th Feb. 1816; pp. 203-12, 277-84, to Major Bradshaw 3rd and 17th Feb. 1816; pp. 321-9, 345-7, to Capt. B. Latter 13th Jan. and 3rd Feb. 1816; 555-7, to Richard Strachey (Resident at Lucknow) 16th March 1816; pp. 559-60, to J. M. Whish (Joint Magistrate at Shahjahanpur) 16th March 1816; pp. 563-4, to Roger Martin (Judge at Gorakhpur) 16th March 1816. (9) Earl of Moira to Raja of Nepal. pp. 117-21, 13th Jan., On his failure to ratify the Treaty; pp. 581-3, 30th March 1816, On the conclusion of Peace; pp. 529-32, Minute of 16th March 1816, Establishment of a Residency at Khatmandu and appointment of the Hon. Edward Gardner as the first Resident; pp. 427-32, to Major-Gen. Ochterlony 6th March 1816, Warns him against feigned negotiations. (10) Major Paris Bradshaw (Political Agent in Nepal). pp. 147-63, to John Adam 24th and 25th Jan. 1816; pp. 164-9, 171-2, 174-6, 183-8, 218-23, 228-33, 245-8, to Major-Gen. Ochterlony 19th to 29th Jan. 1816. (11) pp. 253-4, Guru Gajraj Misr to Major-Gen. Ochterlony 29th Jan. 1816. (12) pp. 295-318, 333-43, 349-50, 481-525, Capt. B. Latter (Commanding on the North-East Frontier) to John Adam 16th Dec. 1815 to 20th March 1816. (13) Lieut.-Col. J. Burnet (Commanding the 1st Brigade). pp. 353-4, 360-1, to Major Nicol 10th and 17th Feb. 1816; pp. 373-9, to Capt. W. L. Watson (Assistant Adjutant-General) 16th Feb. 1816. (14) pp. 395-9, 465-8, Col. W. Kelly 8th Feb. and 2nd March 1816 to -- with Casualty Return of his Brigade at Hurryghurpoor 1st March 1816. (15) pp. 411-23, Correspondence between Major-Gen. Ochterlony, the Raja of Nepal, Chandra Secker Upadhaya and Kaji Baktam Sing. (16) pp. 451-8, Treaty between Nepal and the Company concluded by Major Bradshaw 2nd Dec. 1815 (ratified 4th March 1816, see Aitchison, II, pp. 166-8). (17) pp. 569-73, Raja of Nepal to Governor-General 18th March 1816. (18) pp. 585-616, T. M. Weguelen (Commissary-General) to C. W. Gardiner (Secretary in the Military Department) 28th March 1816, with a Comparative Statement of Expenditure for the Maratha Wars of 1803 and 1804/5 and the Nepal War of 1814/15.

Mountstuart Elphinstone's Mission to Afghanistan.  IOR/H/657  1808-1810

Contents:
(1) pp. i-ii, List of Contents of Enclosures in Bengal and Governor-General's Letters in the Secret Department 15th Sept. 1808 to 21st Jan. 1810 relative to Mountstuart Elphinstone's Mission to Cabul, including:-- (2) N. B. Edmonstone (Secretary in the Secret, Political and Foreign Departments). pp. 1-24, 57-63, 85-162, 189-94, 231-4, 357-64, 395-408, 445-54, 487-91, to Mountstuart Elphinstone 19th Aug. 1808 to 24th July 1809; pp. 165-82, Correspondence with Thomas Brooke (Second Judge of the Court of Appeal at Benares) 20th June to 31st Oct. 1808 regarding means of Intercourse with Cabul and Mirza Gerama Khan; pp. 631-2, to C. Lushington (Acting Secretary in the Secret, Political and Foreign Departments) 22nd Nov. 1809. (3) pp. 25-8, Lord Minto to Shuja-ul-Mulk, King of Cabul, 19th Aug. 1808. (4) pp. 29-51, "General Instructions on the duty of an officer employed to take a Military Survey of a Country," signed N. B. Edmonstone. (5) Hon. Mounstuart Elphinstone (Envoy to the Court of Cabul). pp. 65-82, 197-209, 221-7, 237-48, 255-67, 288-94, 301-30, 343-54, 367-93, 425-31, 463-74, 495-8, 509-14, 543-50, to Lord Minto 15th Nov. 1808 to 19th Oct. 1809; pp. 213-4, 411, 433-5, 477-84, 501-5, 517-23, 527-39, 553-9, to N. B. Edmonstone 13th April to 26th Nov. 1809; pp. 415-22, to Mullah Sher Muhammad Khan &c 11th April 1809; pp. 561-95, to J. Monckton (Persian Secretary) 19th Aug. to 20th Oct. 1809 with copies of correspondence with Cabul notables. (6) pp. 214-7, Extracts from Cabul Newspapers. (7) pp. 251, 297, 635, Lists of Packets. (8) pp. 269-72, 331-8, Drafts of Treaties proposed by Elphinstone; pp. 413-5, Draft of Treaty proposed by Mullah Jafar 11th April 1809; pp. 437-41, 455-9, Treaty with the King of Cabul concluded by Elphinstone 17th June 1809 (Printed in Aitchison, VI, 345-6). (9) pp. 272-9, 335-41, Note by Richard Strachey (Secretary to Elphinstone) of a Conversation with Mir Abdul Husain Khan and Mullah Jafar 18th March 1809. (10) pp. 599, 607-9, 611-3, Archibald Seton (Resident at Delhi) to C. Lushington 7th Dec., 3rd and 7th Aug. 1809. (11) pp. 603-4, Lieut.-Col. David Ochterlony to C. Lushington 4th Dec. 1809, Intelligence from Lahore. (12) pp. 614-29, Correspondence between Utta Muhammad Khan, Governor of Kashmir, and Archibald Seton.

Papers of Mountstuart Elphinstone concerning Afghanistan.  IOR/H/658  1812

Contents:
(1) pp. i-iii, Contents, Enclosure in Bengal Political Letter 5th Feb. 1812. (2) pp. 1-488, "Memoir of Mountstuart Elphinstone respecting the Kingdom of Caubul" (see "An Account of the Kingdom of Caubul and its Dependencies, 1839"); pp. 1-285, "An Account of the Nations subject to the King of Caubul with information regarding the neighbouring States"; pp. 289-418, "Sketch of the Doorranee History"; pp. 419-88, Appendices.

Papers concerning Afghanistan.  IOR/H/659  1812

Contents:
(1) p. i, Contents, Enclosures in Bengal Political Letter 5th Feb. 1812 (Copies in the Map Department of the India Office). (2) pp. 1-132, Memoir on the Revenue and Trade of Caubul, &c., with other points of information relative to that Kingdom," by Richard Strachey. (3) pp. 133-302, "Memoir of a Map of Caubul and the adjacent Countries," by the late Lieut. [John] Macartney (5th Native Cavalry). The Copy of the Map is missing, but what is apparently the original is in the Map Department of the India Office. (4) pp. 305-542, "Memoir of the Climate, Soil, Products and Husbandry of Afghanistan and the neighbouring Countries," by Lieut. [Francis] Irvine.

Burmese War 1823-1828  IOR/H/660-680  1812-1852

21 volumes

The Burmese War 1823-1828.  IOR/H/660  1823-1828

Contents:
(1) pp. 1-851, Bengal Secret Letters relating to the Burmese War 20th July 1823 to 20th Feb. 1828, including (2) to (4) below:-- (2) pp. 1-5, John Adam (Member of Council and Officiating Governor-General) to Chairman of Directors 20th July 1823. (3) Lord Amherst (Governor-General). pp. 9-143, 155-64, 171-7, 387-413, 419-21, 427-73, 493-506, 517-27, 537-623, 629-64, 671-6, 687-9, 695-7, 703-25, 733-9, 749-58, 769-98, 803-9, 819-21, 827-51, to the Secret Committee of the Court of Directors 21st Nov. 1823 to 20th Feb. 1828; pp. 151-2, 679-83, to the Court of Directors 12th March 1824 and 27th July 1826. (4) pp. 147-8, 167, 379-84, 415, 423, 477-91, 509-13, 529-33, 625, 667, 699, 727-30, 741, 746, 761-5, 799-800, 811, 815, 823-51, George Swinton (Secretary in the Political Department) to Joseph Dart (Secretary to the Secret Committee) 25th Feb. 1824 to 20th Feb. 1828. (5) pp. 691-3, Lieut.-Gen. Sir George Townshend Walker (Commander-in-Chief, Madras) to Court of Directors, Secret Department, 15th Aug. 1826, Despatch of troops to Tenasserim in anticipation of orders, as applied for by the Governor-General. (6) pp. 857-949, Nominal and Subject Index.

The Burmese War 1823-1828.  IOR/H/661  1824-1827

Contents:
(1) pp. 1-309, Madras, Bombay and Prince of Wales Island. Letters to the Secret Committee or the Court of Directors, relating to the Burmese War 5th March 1824 to 25th Jan. 1827. (2) pp. i-ii, List of Contents. (3) pp. 1-4, 13-4, 265-7, Bombay (Mountstuart Elphinstone) Secret Letters to the Secret Committee 20th March 1824 to 23rd April 1826. (4) pp. 9-10, 53, George Swinton (Secretary in the Secret, Political and Foreign Departments) to W. Newnham 5th March 1824. (5) p. 17, Cutting from Supplement to [Calcutta] Government Gazette 8th March 1824, Lord Amherst's Proclamation of reasons for War with the Burmese Government of Ava. (See H/662 (22).) (6) pp. 21-5, 37, 127, 135-43, 155, 197, 201-2, 261, 277, 281, 293, 297, 309, Madras (Sir Thomas Munro) Secret Letters to Court of Directors 28th Jan. 1825 to 5th Dec. 1826. (7) pp. 29-33, 285-90, Prince of Wales Island (Robert Fullerton) Secret Letters to Court of Directors 4th Aug. 1825 to 16th Oct. 1826, Relations with Ligore and Siam. (8) pp. 41, 115, 131, 139, 151, 159-63, 273, 301-2, 305, David Hill (Chief Secretary, Madras) to Joseph Dart (Secretary to the Secret Committee) 14th Oct. 1825 to 25th Feb. 1827. (9) pp. 45-6, 81-7, 167-8, 178-82, 185-9, 193-4, 249-56, Brig.-Gen. Willoughby Cotton (Commanding Madras Troops in Ava) to David Hill, with, pp. 48-51, 107-11, Terms of Armistice arranged by Lieut.-Col. F. S. Tiddy and Lieut. William Smith of H.M.S. Alligator 17th Sept. 1825. (10) pp. 59, 147, 269, W. Newnham (Chief Secretary, Bombay) to Joseph Dart 5th Nov. 1825 to 30th May 1826. (11) pp. 61-83, 87-9, Brig.-Gen. Archibald Campbell (Commanding the British Forces in Ava and Political Agent) to George Swinton 7th and 19th Sept. 1825. (12) pp. 91-4, 99-103, Lieut.-Col. F. S. Tiddy (Deputy Adjutant-General) and Lieut. William Smith of H.M.S. Alligator (Commanding the Light Division) to Brig.-Gen. Sir A. Campbell 12th and 18th Sept. 1825. (13) pp. 95-8, Lieut.-Col. F. S. Tiddy to Brig.-Gen. Campbell 12th Sept. 1825 (14) pp. 168-70, 186-7, Col. J. Hunter Blair (Commanding at Prome) to the Deputy Adjutant-General 3rd and 14th April 1826. (15) p. 190, Lieut.-Col. J. Brooke (Commanding the Land Column) to the Deputy Quartermaster-General 16th April 1826. (16) pp. 205-7, Governor-General (Lord Amherst) and Council to Madras Council 11th April 1826; pp. 241-5, Madras Council to Lord Amherst 25th April 1826, Mutual Congratulations on re-establishment of Peace. (17) pp. 209-38, Extract from the Government Gazette Extraordinary 11th April 1826, Proclamation on the re-establishment of Peace.

The Burmese War 1823-1828.  IOR/H/662  1823-1824

Contents:
(1) pp. 1-901, Enclosures in Bengal Secret Letters 21st Nov. 1823 to 2nd June 1824, relative to the Burmese War. (2) George Swinton (Secretary in the Secret, Political and Foreign Departments). pp. 1-4, to J. Mayes (Judge and Magistrate of Tipperah) 21st Nov. 1823; pp. 23-5, to E. Lee Warner 21st Nov. 1823; pp. 121-6, 365-9, 381, 425-6, 453, 458, to David Scott 28th Nov. 1823 to 12th March 1824; pp. 373-4, to Capt. Davidson (Assistant to Scott) 20th Feb. 1824; pp. 465-75, 517-21, 855-65, to T. C. Robertson 27th Feb. to 31st May 1824; pp. 529-31, 555-60, 805-6, to Edward Wood 5th March to 2nd June 1824; pp. 533-4, to W. Newnham (Chief Secretary, Bombay); pp. 537-8, 573-6, to Commodore C. Grant 5th and 12th March 1824; pp. 591-3, to J. Crawfurd (Resident at Singapore) 12th March 1824; pp. 595-607, to Lieut.-Col. Marlay (Military Secretary to Commander-in-Chief) 24th Feb. 1824; pp. 651-4, to Major F. V. Raper 12th March 1824; pp. 699-702, 809-14, to Brig.-Gen. A. Campbell 24th May and 2nd June 1824; pp. 843-4, to Capt. J. Canning 2nd June 1824. (3) pp. 7-10, 16-20, 27-47, E. Lee Warner (Magistrate of Chittagong) to G. Swinton 9th to 26th Nov. 1823. (4) Lieut.-Col. J. Shapland (Commanding Chittagong Frontier). pp. 10-1, 20-1, 48-9, to E. Lee Warner 7th to 22nd Nov. 1823; pp. 54-5, 62-3, 66-9, 73-6, 136-7, 268, 280, to Major W. G. Patrickson 5th Nov. 1823 to 12th Feb. 1824; pp. 269-71, to Capt. R. E. Goodridge (Commanding H.C. Crusier Mercury) 9th Feb. 1824; pp. 281-2, to Capt. Hay (Commanding Chittagong Provincial Corps) 10th Feb. 1824; pp. 678-9, 684-5, 687-9, 722-3, 732-3, 870, 874, to Col. James Nicol 16th to 21st May 1824. (5) Major W. G. Patrickson (Deputy Adjutant-General). pp. 53, 57-61, 65, 73, 267, 275-9, 623, 627, to G. Swinton 14th Nov. 1823 to 6th March 1824; p. 135, to Secretary in the Military Department (Lieut. Col. W. Casement) 5th Nov. 1823. (6) p. 58, Lieut.-Col. G. M. Popham (Commanding Eastern Frontier) to Major Patrickson 11th Nov. 1823. (7) Lieut.-Col. James Nicol (Adjutant-General). pp. 79-81, 619-20, 677, 721, 731, 735, 869-70, 877-8, 887, to G. Swinton 20th Nov. 1823 to 2nd June 1824; p. 792, to Brig.-Gen. A. Campbell 20th May 1824; pp. 872-3, to Lieut.-Col. J. Martin Johnson 25th May 1824; pp. 882-3, to Lieut.-Col. W. Innes 25th May 1824. (8) Capt. Godfrey Phipps Baker (Assistant Secretary in the Military Department). pp. 83-4, to G. Swinton 20th Nov. 1823; pp. 85-6, to E. Lee Warner 8th Nov. 1823; pp. 86-7, to C. R. Cartwright (Acting Collector of Revenue at Chittagong) 8th Nov. 1823. (9) Capt. M. F. Crisp to W. H. Bayley 10th Nov. 1823, Company's Sepoys detained by the Burmese a pretext for restoring the independence (under British protection) of Arakan and Pegu; pp. 97-188, a Notice of the Burmese Empire; pp. 111-14, to A. Sterling (Deputy Secretary in the Military Department) 17th Nov. 1823. (10) David Scott (Agent to the Governor-General on the North-East Frontier). pp. 117, 169-72, 255, 377-8, 385-91, 397-400, 411-4, 429-34, 441-51, 461, 743-7, to G. Swinton 11th Nov. 1823 to 12th May 1824; pp. 173-5, Proclamation to the Inhabitants of Assam. (11) W. H. Bayley (Chief Secretary). pp. 129-30, to T. C. Robertson 20th Nov. 1823; pp. 131-2, to Magistrates of Dacca, Mymensingh, Sylhet and Rangpur 20th Nov. 1823. (12) T. C. Robertson (Judge and Magistrate of Cawnpore and later Acting Magistrate of Chittagong). pp. 139-45, 153, 157, 161-6, 258-65, 309, 477-8, 485-504, 513-4, 525-7, 663-74, 705-15, 847-53, to G. Swinton 8th Feb. to 26th May 1824; pp. 154-5, to Raja of Aracan and Wazir of the Sultan of Ava 9th Feb. 1824, threatening war if the prisoners are not released; pp. 158-9, 281, 679-80, to Lieut.-Col. Shapland 9th Feb. to 16th May 1824. (13) John Chew (Commanding H.C. Brig Sophia). pp. 145-6, 478-81, 27th Jan. and 16th Feb. 1824, Account of his capture and detention by the Burmese; pp. 147-8, to Mr. Wackrell (Chief Officer of the Sophia) 27th Jan. 1824. (14) pp. 148-50, Capt. W. C. Trueman to Lieut. J. Haslam 27th Jan. 1824. (15) pp. 177-212, Minutes by Lord Amherst (14th Feb. 1824) and John Fendall (Member of Council 19th Feb. 1824) on the Burmese Outrages, with Resolution thereon 20th Feb. 1824. (16) pp. 215-9, Lieut.-Col. F. Wood to G. Swinton 11th Feb. 1824, Topographical information about Assam. (17) pp. 223-39, J. P. Larkins to G. Swinton 13th Feb. 1824, Topographical information about Burma; pp. 243-4, Description of a Burmese Stockade. (18) pp. 247-52, Memorandum by Commodore John Hayes 15th Feb. 1824, Requirements, &c., for an expedition against Burma. (19) Lieut.-Col. J. MacMorine (Commanding on the East Frontier). pp. 275-6, to Major W. G. Patrickson; pp. 301-4, to Major John Craigie (Secretary to the Military Board) 13th Feb. 1824; pp. 434-9, to David Scott 10th Feb. 1824. (20) pp. 285-6, 293-5, General Orders by the Governor-General (Lord Amherst) 5th and 19th Feb. 1824. (21) Lieut.-Col. W. Casement (Secretary in the Military Department). pp. 286-9, to Lieut.-Col. J. Nicol 5th Feb. 1824; pp. 295-6, to Officer Commanding on the Sylhet and Cachar Frontier (Lieut.-Col. H. Bowen) 19th Feb. 1824; pp. 297-9, to Lieut.-Col. John Paton (Commissary-General) 19th Feb. 1824; pp. 300-1, to G. Swinton 19th Feb. 1824; pp. 305-7, to Major John Craigie 19th Feb. 1824. (22) pp. 313-27, 341-55, Declaration by Lord Amherst 24th Feb. 1824, Reasons for War with the Kingdom of Ava; pp. 329-38, 357-63, Proclamation 5th March 1824. (See H/661 (5).) (23) Lieut.-Col. H. Bowen (Commanding in Sylhet). pp. 378-9, 406-9, 414-22, to David Scott 15th to 23rd Feb. 1824; pp. 628-30, to Lieut.-Col. J. Nicol, 25th Feb. 1824; pp. 631-3, to Capt. [Richard] Bayldon (Major of Brigade, Goalpara) 25th Feb. 1824. (24) pp. 391-4, Capt. J. Johnstone to David Scott 14th Feb. 1824. (25) Raja of Arakan. pp. 504-10, to Judge of Chittagong (Lee Warner) with reply 19th Feb. 1824; pp. 715-7, to T. C. Robertson. (26) pp. 541-3, Madras Council to Governor-General 23rd Feb. 1824; pp. 545-52, Edward Wood (Chief Secretary, Madras) to G. Swinton 29th Feb. 1824. (27) pp. 563-6, Bombay Council to Governor-General 26th Feb. 1824. (28) pp. 569-70, Commodore C. Grant to Lord Amherst 29th Feb. 1824. (29) Lord Amherst and Council. pp. 579-81, to the Select Committee of Supracargoes at Canton (J. B. Urmston, J. T. Robarts, Sir W. Fraser, F. H. Toone) 12th March 1824; pp. 583-7, to W. E. Phillips (Governor of Prince of Wales Island) 12th March 1824; pp. 693-6, to Madras Council 24th May 1824. (30) Major W. L. Watson (Deputy Adjutant-General). pp. 611-7, to G. Swinton 16th Feb. 1824; pp. 624-5, to Major W. G. Patrickson 17th Feb. 1824. (31) J. Canning (Political Agent at Rangoon). pp. 635-40, to Lord Amherst 4th March 1824, Information requisite for the expedition to Rangoon; pp. 817-26, to G. Swinton 20th May 1824; pp. 830-2, to the King of Ava 20th May 1824; pp. 823-40, to the Council of Ministers in the Golden Lotus 20th May 1824. (32) pp. 643-7, Major Felix V. Raper (Acting Resident at Lucknow) to G. Swinton 18th Feb. 1824. (33) pp. 646-7, Norman Macleod (Judge of Benares) to Resident at Lucknow -- Feb. 1824. (34) pp. 647-8, C. Harding (Joint Magistrate of Jaunpur) to Major Raper 15th Feb. 1824. (35) pp. 658-60, George Rowland to Andrew Sterling (Deputy Secretary, Secret and Political Department) 4th March 1824, with letter from a Burman Guru. (36) Capt. Thomas Noton. pp. 682-3, to Major of Brigade White 15th May 1824; p. 683, to Officer Commanding Detachment on the march to Ramoo 15th May 1824. (37) Lieut.-Col. C. W. R. Povoleri (Commanding at Chittagong). pp. 685-7, to Lieut.-Col. Nicol 19th May 1824; pp. 727-8, to Capt. D. Crighton 19th May 1824. (38) pp. 723-6, Lieut. J. W. Scott and Ensigns C. Codrington and H. Campbell to Capt. White 20th May 1824, Account of the Disaster to Capt. Noton's Detachment at Ramoo. (39) Capt. D. Crighton. pp. 727, 873-4, to Lieut.-Col. Nicol 22nd and 24th May 1824; p. 37, to Lieut.-Col. J. M. Johnson 23rd May 1824; pp. 737-9, to Capt. Browne 23rd/24th May 1824. (40) pp. 736-7, 871-2, Lieut.-Col. J. Martin Johnson (Commanding at Dacca) to Lieut.-Col. Nicol 24th and 26th May 1824. (41) pp. 751-67, 773-91, 799-800, Brig.-Gen. A. Campbell to G. Swinton 12th to 21st May 1824. (42) pp. 767-70, Capt. R. Birch to Brig.-Gen. Campbell 10th May 1824. (43) p. 793, W. Hornblow (Agent for Transports) to Brig.-Gen. Campbell 19th May 1824. (44) pp. 793-5, C. H. West (Agent for Gunboats) to Brig.-Gen. Campbell 17th May 1824. (45) Cutting from Government Gazette Extraordinary 2nd June 1824, with Gen. Campbell's letter of 12th May (pp. 751-61), Extract of his letter of 15th May (pp. 764-6), Capt. Birch's letter of 10th May (pp. 767-70) and Governor-General's Order to fire Royal Salute, &c. (46) pp. 827-30, C. Grant, A. Campbell and J. Canning to the Raywoon or Chief Authority in Rangoon. (47) pp. 878-82, Lieut.-Col. W. Innes (Commanding Sylhet Frontier) to Lieut.-Col. Nicol 25th May 1824. (48) pp. 891-3, Minute by J. Fendall 27th May 1824 on the necessity of declaring Martial Law in the Chittagong and other Frontier Districts. (49) pp. 895-901, Governor-General's Resolutions in Council 28th May 1824 respecting the Declaration of Martial Law in the Frontier Districts and the preparation of a Flotilla to protect the South-East Frontier. (50) pp. 903-1001, Nominal and Subject Index.

The Burmese War 1823-1828.  IOR/H/663  1824

Contents:
(1) pp. 1-922, Enclosures in Bengal Secret Letters 14th July to 12th Nov. 1824, Relative to the Burmese War, including:-- (2) Lord Amherst. pp. 1-25, Minute of 11th June 1824 relative to Court's Orders limiting the size of the Army as affecting the War with Burma; pp. 169-82, Minute of 31st July 1824 on Brig.-Gen. Campbell's alternative proposals for the advance against Burma; pp. 725-8, Minute of 5th Nov. 1824 on Capt. Burney's Map of Ava, Siam and Cochin China. (3) pp. 29-37, Minute by Lieut.-Gen. Edward Paget (Commander-in-Chief) 21st June 1824 on the Court's Orders to limit the size of the Army; pp. 185-91, Minute of 1st Aug. 1824 on Brig.-Gen. Campbell's alternative proposals for the Advance against Burma. (4) pp. 41-6, Minute by John Fendall (Member of Council) of 28th June 1824 on Court's Orders to limit the size of the Army; pp. 193-7, Minute of 2nd Aug. 1824 on Brig.-Gen. Campbell's proposals. (5) George Swinton (Secretary in the Secret, Political and Foreign Departments). pp. 49, 109-13, 157-8, to Major J. Canning 16th July to 4th Aug. 1824; pp. 125-31, 321-34, 361-5, 381-6, 455-6, 569-80, to Brig.-Gen. Campbell 23rd July to 3rd Sept. 1824; pp. 459-60, to D. Hill (Chief Secretary, Madras) 27th Aug. 1824; pp. 591-2, to C. Tucker 13th Aug. 1824. (6) Major J. Canning (Political Agent at Chittagong). pp. 53-95, 133-6, 479-93, to G. Swinton 19th June to 1st Aug. 1824; pp. 96-9, to W. E. Phillips (Governor of Prince of Wales Island) 28th May 1824; pp. 103-4, to Lieut.-Col. R. Hampton 9th June 1824; pp. 137-8, to R. Ibbetson (Secretary, Fort Cornwallis i.e. Penang or Prince of Wales Island, and not Port Cornwallis (now Port Blair) in the North Andaman Island.) 30th June 1824; pp. 495-7, to the King of Ava 18th July 1824; pp. 497-503, to the Council of Ministers in the Golden Lotoo 18th July 1824; pp. 508-19, to W. M. Williams 28th July 1824. (7) pp. 99-102, Proclamation by Brig. Gen. Campbell and Major J. Canning 2nd June 1824 for the levy of Customs at Rangoon, Capt. J. Nichol appointed Collector of Customs, His Regulations; p. 136, Suspension of the Regulations 26th June 1824. (8) pp. 102-3, 106-7, Correspondence between Brig.-Gen. Campbell and the Burmese Officials. (9) pp. 117-23, Brig.-Gen. Campbell and Major Canning to G. Swinton 23rd June 1824. (10) pp. 138-54, Routes between various places in Burma. (11) pp. 161-7, 337-47, 367-79, 451-3, 463-76, 607-57, 667, 675-83, 697-701, 919-21, Brig.-Gen. Campbell (Commander-in-Chief of the Forces in Burma) to G. Swinton 11th July to 31st Oct. 1824. (12) W. Money Williams (Deputy Secretary, Fort Cornwallis). pp. 201-4, to G. Swinton 11th June 1824; pp. 204-12, to Major J. Canning 7th June 1824 relative to George Gibson; p. 735, to Capt. H. Burney 24th Aug. 1824. (13) Capt. H. Burney (Military Secretary. Fort Cornwallis) pp. 212-4 to W. E. Phillips 13th May 1824; pp. 215-20, to R. Ibbetson 5th June 1824; pp. 728-34, to Lord Amherst 23rd Oct. 1824; p. 739, to G. Swinton 4th Nov. 1824; pp. 739-51, Note of Conversations with George Gibson. (For Capt. Henry Burney's Papers see the Burney Papers published by the Siam Government and calendared by Miss Anstey.) (14) J. Crawfurd (Resident at Singapore). pp. 223-54, 309, to G. Swinton 31st May 1824; pp. 254-8, to the Chief Minister of Siam 27th May 1824; pp. 259-90, Note on the Geography of India beyond the Ganges 31st May 1824; pp. 291-306, Note towards a Treaty with the Siamese 31st May 1824. (15) pp. 309-18, Letter from the King of Burma to the Court of Cochin China (in French). (16) pp. 347-57, 668-73, Brig.-Gen. M. McCreagh (Commanding in Cheduba) to Brig.-Gen. Campbell 11th June to 14th Oct. 1824. (17) Lieut.-Col. James Nicol (Adjutant-General). pp. 389, 393-4, 401-2, 417-8, 425-6, 789-90, 797-8, 803-11, 823, to G. Swinton 15th July to 5th Nov. 1824; pp. 410-13, to Lieut.-Col. Innes 20th July 1824; pp. 790-1, to Lieut.-Col. [Christopher] Baldock 11th Oct. 1824; pp. 792-3, to Lieut.-Col. Alfred Richards 11th Oct. 1824. (18) Lieut.-Col. William Innes (Commanding on the Sylhet Frontier). pp. 390-1, 394-8, 402-10, 418-21, 426-8, 804-5, 818-20, 907, to Lieut.-Col. Nicol 6th July to 12th Oct. 1824; p. 587, to C. Tucker 4th Aug. 1824. (19) pp. 433-48, 595, 603, 775-86, T. C. Robertson (Acting Magistrate of Chittagong) to G. Swinton 6th Aug. to 27th Oct. 1824. (20) pp. 503-8, Capt. George Gibson (Burmese Envoy to Cochin China) to the King of Ava and the Lotoo. (21) pp. 520-67, Intelligence regarding British prisoners in the hands of the Burmese, Treasure at Ava, &c. (22) C. Tucker (Commissioner of Sylhet). p. 585-7, to G. Swinton 7th Aug. 1824; p. 588, to Lieut.-Col. Innes 7th Aug. 1824. (23) pp. 657-64, Major Thomas Evans (H. M. 28th Regt.) to Brig.-Gen. Campbell 11th Oct. 1824. (24) pp. 684-94, 701-10, Lieut.-Col. G. Miles to Brig.-Gen. Campbell 9th to 12th Oct. 1824. (25) pp. 713-4, Government Resolution 5th Nov. 1824 regarding despatch of reinforcements to Rangoon; pp. 717-23, Do. do. 5th Nov. 1824, Disturbances in the Western Provinces due to the failure of crops. (26) pp. 735-6, W. E. Phillips (Governor of Prince of Wales Island), Minute on Burney's Map of Ava, Siam and Cochin China 5th Aug. 1824. (27) pp. 755-72, David Scott (Agent for the Governor-General on the North-East Frontier) to G. Swinton 10th Oct. 1824; p. 806, to C. Tucker -- Oct. 1824. (28) pp. 798-9, Lieut.-Col. A. Richards (Commanding in Assam) to Capt. S. Hart (Officiating Assistant Adjutant-General, Eastern Division) 10th Oct. 1824. (29) p. 812, Col. John W. Adams (Commanding Nagpur Subsidiary Force) to Lieut.-Col. Nicol 28th Oct. 1824. (30) pp. 813-4, Capt. T. Donaldson (Commanding at Hoshangabad) to Capt. T. Worsley (Assistant Adjutant-General, Nagpur) 28th Oct. 1824, Defeat of a Pindari band. (31) pp. 817, 839-44, Major W. L. Watson (Deputy Adjutant-General) to G. Swinton 5th to 7th Nov. 1824. (32) Lieut.-Col. R. Hampton (Commanding in Cheduba). pp. 824-7, 832-6, 908-9, to Lieut.-Col. Nicol 20th Sept. to 23rd Oct. 1824 (out of order); pp. 911-6, Detailed Report on the Population, Resources and Revenue of the Island of Cheduba 11th Sept. 1824 (? by E. P. Halsted, India Office Library). (33) pp. 827-32, Capt. W. Vincent to Lieut. Robert Margrave (Adjutant at Cheduba) 18th Oct. 1824. (34) pp. 847, 859, 867, 879, Col. R. Stevenson (Quartermaster-General) to G. Swinton 1st to 12th Nov. 1824. (35) pp. 848-56, 860-5, Lieut. J. B. Neufville (Deputy Assistant Quarter-master-General) to Col. R. Stevenson 22nd Oct. 1824. (36) pp. 868-76, Lieut. J. G. Drummond (Deputy Assistant Quartermaster-General) to Col. Stevenson 31st Oct. 1824. (37) pp. 880-2, Lieut. Thomas Fisher (Deputy Assistant Quartermaster-General) to Col. Stevenson 1st Nov. 1824. (38) Capt. G. W. Barnes (H.C. Frigate Hastings) to G. Swinton 21st Sept. 1824, Gallant attack on four Burmese vessels by the Hastings cutters; pp. 909-11, to Lieut.-Col. R. Hampton 11th Sept. 1824. (See H/664 (28).) (39) p. 922, Nominal List of Burmese Prisoners sent to Bengal from Rangoon 30th Oct. 1824.

The Burmese War 1823-1828.  IOR/H/664  1824

Contents:
(1) pp. 1-492, Enclosures in Bengal Secret Letters 8th Oct. to 23rd Dec. 1824, relative to the Burmese War (some references to Ranjit Sing's suspicions of the British and the state of Afghanistan), including:-- (2) pp. 1-2, David Hill (Revenue and Judicial Secretary, Madras) to G. Swinton 24th Aug. 1824. (3) pp. 2-5, Thomas Daniel (Secretary to the Board of Trade, Madras) to Edward Wood (Chief Secretary, Madras) 24th Aug. 1824. (4) pp. 6-7, Minute by Sir Thomas Munro (Governor of Madras) 24th Aug. 1824 on the supply of Draught and Carriage Bullocks to the Army at Rangoon. (5) Lord Amherst. Minutes, pp. 9-11, 29-30, 8th and 17th Sept. 1824, on the supply of cattle from Madras; pp. 33-6, 27th Sept. 1824, Encouragement to the Maghs and Peguers to revolt; pp. 77-85, 4th Oct. 1824, Policy to be pursued in Burma. (6) Sir Edward Paget (Commander-in-Chief). Minutes, pp. 13-4, 12th Sept. 1824, on the supply of Cattle from Madras; p. 39, 28th Sept. 1824, Encouragement to the Maghs and Peguers; pp. 43-54, Military position and proper Policy in Burma; pp. 129-34, 10th Sept. 1824, Preparations for dealing with the difficulties of the Country. (7) John Fendall (Member of Council). Minutes, pp. 17-25, 14th Sept. 1824, on the supply of Cattle from Madras; pp. 57-73, 2nd Oct. 1824, Proper Policy in Burma. (8) Resolutions of Governor-General in Council. pp. 89-96, 8th Oct. 1824, The advance in Assam against Burma under Lieut.-Col. A. Richards; pp. 137-41, 10th Sept. 1824, Pioneer Department in Burma to be placed under Capt. J. A. Schalch (Superintendent of Canals and Bridges); pp. 157-8, 24th Sept. 1824, Commodore Hayes' Flotilla. (9) pp. 99-100, 121, 145-7, Lieut.-Col. G. Marlay (Military Secretary to the Commander-in-Chief) to G. Swinton 24th Aug. to 16th Sept. 1824, Commodore Hayes in Command of the Flotilla on the Coast of Chittagong and Arakan; pp. 101-2, Hayes' Memorandum of requirements. (See pp. 147-55 below.) (10) G. Swinton (Secretary in the Secret, Political and Foreign Departments). pp. 105-8, 161-2, to Lieut.-Col. Marlay 3rd to 24th Sept. 1824; pp. 117-8, to Commodore John Hayes 10th Sept. 1824; pp. 235-7, to Lieut.-Col. Cunliffe 1st Oct. 1824; pp. 239-41, to David Hill 1st Oct. 1824. (11) Commodore John Hayes. pp. 111-4, His Commission from the Governor-General in Council to command Company's ships on the Coast of Chittagong and Arakan 10th Sept. 1824; pp. 122-5, to Capt. D. Ross (Commanding the Naval Forces at Chittagong) 23rd Aug. 1824; pp. 125-6, to Capt. Finucane (Commanding Third Division of Gunboats at Chittagong) -- Aug. 1824; pp. 147-55, to Commander-in-Chief (Sir Edward Paget), n.d., Details of the Flotilla. (12) pp. 165-7, 173-84, 375-95, 399-407, 439-41, 447-92, Brig.-Gen. A. Campbell (Commander-in-Chief in Burma) to G. Swinton 11th Aug. to 2nd Dec. 1824. (13) pp. 167-71, Lieut.-Col. Hastings Kelly to Brig.-Gen. Campbell 8th Aug. 1824. (14) pp. 184-8, Capt. F. Marryat to Brig.-Gen. Campbell 8th Sept. 1824. (15) H. Jervis White (Political Assistant to Expedition). pp. 191-204, 211-27, to G. Swinton 7th Aug. to 8th Sept. 1824; pp. 205-8, to W. M. Williams (Deputy Secretary, Fort Cornwallis) 21st Aug. 1824. (16) pp. 229-31, R. H. Cunliffe (Commissary-General) to Lieut.-Col. W. Casement 23rd Dec. 1824. (17) pp. 243-60, T. C. Robertson (Political Agent at Chittagong) to G. Swinton, 30th Aug. 1824. (18) p. 263, Col. R. Stevenson (Quartermaster-General) to G. Swinton 6th Oct. 1824. (19) pp. 264-6, Lieut. Thomas Fisher (Deputy Quartermaster-General) to Col. Stevenson 26th Sept. 1824. (20) Charles Elliott (Agent to Governor-General at Delhi). pp. 269-70, 279-82, 295-6, 327-39, to G. Swinton -- Feb. to 6th Sept. 1824 (out of order), Suspicious of the British entertained by Ranjit Sing and Daulat Rao Sindia, Chiefs ask for British protection against Ranjit Sing; pp. 347-60, to A. Sterling 22nd May 1824. (21) pp. 271-2, Lieut. William Murray (Deputy Superintendent) to C. Elliott 1st to 5th Sept. 1824. (22) pp. 272-4, 289-91, C. M. Wade (Assistant to Agent at Delhi) to Lieut. W. Murray 1st to 4th Sept. 1824. (23) pp. 275-6, 287-8, 296-9, Extracts from the Lahore Akhbar, dated Amritsar, 25th Aug. to 21st Sept. 1824. (24) pp. 303-25, William Moorcroft (Superintendent of the Stud at Poosa) to G. Swinton received 28th Sept. 1824, Anarchy in Afghanistan. (25) pp. 343-4, 363-5, A. Stirling (Deputy Secretary in the Secret Department) to C. Elliott 9th April to 15th July 1824. (26) p. 367, Henry Meriton (Superintendent of Marine, Bombay) to the Governor (Elphinstone) and Council 27th Oct. 1824. (27) pp. 368-9, Capt. G. Barnes (H.C. Frigate Hastings) to H. Meriton 22nd Sept. 1824. (28) pp. 369-72, Lieut. G. B. Harrison (H.C. Frigate Hastings) to Capt. Barnes 10th Sept. 1824, The affair of the Hastings' cutters. (See H/663 (38)) (29) p. 397, List of Packet to Secret Committee. (30) pp. 411-22, Summary of Information obtained from Documents taken in the Burmese Camp, by Major J. N. Jackson (Deputy Quartermaster-General). (31) pp. 427-34, Lieut.-Col. Henry Godwin (H.M. 41st Regt.) to Brig.-Gen. Campbell 21st Dec. 1824. (32) pp. 442-4, Lieut. S. W. Greer (Commanding H. C. Thetis) to Brig.-Gen. Campbell 14th Nov. 1824.

The Burmese War 1823-1828.  IOR/H/665  1824-1825

Contents:
(1) pp. 1-97, Enclosures in Bengal Secret Letters 31st Jan. to 29th April 1825, relative to the Burmese War, Unrest in India and Nepal caused by the war, including:-- (2) Sir Edward Paget (Commander-in-Chief), Minutes. pp. 1-13, 15th Dec. 1824, Necessity of increasing the Military Force in India owing to the unrest caused by the prolongation of the Burmese War; pp. 591-2, 1st Feb. 1825, On Bombay Army increase. (3) John Fendall (Member of Council), Minutes. pp. 17-29, 29th Dec. 1825, Necessity of increasing the Army in India; pp. 579-82, 27th Jan. 1825, Increase of the Bombay Army. (4) Lord Amherst (Governor-General), Minutes. pp. 31-9, 3rd Jan. 1825, Necessity of increasing the Army in India; pp. 585-8, 31st Jan. 1825, Increase of the Bombay Army. (5) Resolutions of the Governor-General in Council. pp. 43-4, 14th Jan. 1825, Augmentation of the Indian Army; pp. 495-8, 18th Feb. 1825, Route difficulties of the Chittagong Division; pp. 699-701, 11th March 1825, Route and Transport Difficulties. (6) pp. 47-51, General Order by the Governor-General 24th Dec. 1824, Thanks to the Army in Burma. (7) George Swinton (Secretary in the Secret, Political and Foreign Departments). pp. 55-8, 81-91, 761-8, to Brig.-Gen. A. Campbell 7th Jan. to 18th March 1825; pp. 77-9, to David Hill 21st Jan. 1825; p. 109, to Capt. J. J. Snodgrass 7th Jan. 1825; pp. 113-9, 257-9, 439-46, to T. C. Robertson 14th Jan. to 18th Feb. 1825; pp. 213-5, to John Rodney (Chief Secretary, Ceylon) 14th Jan. 1825; pp. 229-31, 737-8, to Lieut.-Col. James Nicol 14th Jan. and 4th March 1825; pp. 233-5, to Edward Gardner 14th Jan. 1825, Proposed enlistment of Gurkha soldiers; pp. 595-6, to W. Newnham 4th Feb. 1825. (8) pp. 61-4, David Hill (Chief Secretary, Madras) to G. Swinton 28th Dec. 1824. (9) pp. 64-73, Minute by Sir Thomas Munro (Governor of Madras) 28th Dec. 1825 on the proper measures for the prosecution of the war in Burma. (10) Capt. J. J. Snodgrass (Military Secretary to Brig.-Gen. Campbell). pp. 93-101, to G. Swinton 25th Dec. 1824; pp. 102-7, to Major W. Frith (H.M. 38th Regt.) 23rd Nov. 1824; pp. 540-2, to Major R. Sale 3rd Feb. 1825. (11) Lieut.-Col. James Nicol (Adjutant-General). pp. 121, 201, 217-21, 341, 477, 485, 501, 509, 637, 647, 675, 691, 725-41, 833-4, to G. Swinton 21st Jan. to 14th March 1825; pp. 202-11, 643, 826-31, to Brig.-Gen. Thomas Shuldham 21st Oct. 1824 to 14th March 1825; pp. 491-2, to Capt. W. B. Scott 6th Feb. 1825; pp. 648-9, 651-6, to Brig.-Gen. Morrison 20th and 23rd Feb. 1825; pp. 649-50, 657, to Commodore John Hayes 20th and 23rd Feb. 1825. (12) Brig.-Gen. J. W. Morrison (Commanding Chittagong Division). pp. 122, 478-80, 481-3, 486-90, 501-5, 510-4, 742-6, 861-3, to Lieut.-Col. Nicol 12th Jan. to 2nd April 1825; pp. 417-9, 453-5, to T. C. Robertson -- Jan. to 7th Feb. 1825; pp. 796-9, to Major W. L. Watson 10th March 1825. (13) T. C. Robertson (Political Agent on the South-East Frontier). pp. 125-37, 253-4, 405-14, 423-32, 447-52, 461, 469-75, 629-34, 703-23, 803-17, to G. Swinton 10th Dec. 1824 to 14th March 1825; pp. 417-9, to W. Blackburn (Acting Joint Magistrate of Chittagong) 24th Jan. 1825; pp. 433-7, 456-8, to Brig.-Gen. J. W. Morrison 6th and 10th Feb. 1825; pp. 462-5, to Major Roope -- Feb. 1825; pp. 749-51, to Brig. W. Richards 25th Feb. 1825. (14) pp. 139, 147, 161, 177, 333, 387-95, 855, Lieut.-Col. Robert Stevenson (Quartermaster-General) to G. Swinton 8th Jan. to 23rd March 1825. (15) pp. 140-1, 148-52, 154-5, 168-73, 177-82, 334-6, 388-91, 856-8, Lieut. J. B. Neufville (Deputy Assistant Quartermaster-General) to Col. Stevenson 22nd Dec. 1824 to 4th March 1825. (16) pp. 141-5, 155-60, 162-7, 182-3, Lieut.-Col. Thomas Fisher (Deputy Quartermaster-General) to Col. Stevenson 28th Dec. 1824 to 17th Jan. 1825. (17) pp. 152-3, Major George Cooper to Capt. Neufville 7th Dec. 1824. (18) Major W. L. Watson (Deputy Adjutant-General). pp. 189, 327, 795, 821-6, 839, 847, to G. Swinton 29th Jan. to 10th March 1825; pp. 381-4, to Capt. Richard Bayldon -- Jan. 1825; pp. 755-8, to Brig.-Gen. J. W. Morrison 7th March 1825; pp. 758-9, to Commodore J. Hayes 7th March 1825. (19) Lieut.-Col. A. Richards (Commanding in Assam). pp. 186, 342, to Lieut.-Col. James Nicol 10th and 13th Jan. 1825; pp. 186-9, 343, 366-70, 374-81, 605-14, to Capt. Shuldham 9th Jan. to 3rd Feb. 1825; pp. 362-3, 366, 374, 605, to David Scott 10th Jan. to -- Feb. 1825. (20) pp. 193-9, 361, 365, 373-4, 603-5, 623, David Scott (Agent to the Governor-General on the North-East Frontier) to G. Swinton 21st Dec. 1824 to 10th Feb. 1825. (21) pp. 221-4, Lieut. Lawrence to Lieut.-Col. Nicol 8th Dec. 1824. (22) pp. 237-44, Hon. Edward Gardner (Resident at Katmandu) to G. Swinton 20th Nov. 1824, Troubled state of Nepal. (23) pp. 247-50, Governor-General to Daulat Rao Sindia 24th Dec. 1824, Announcing British victories in Burma. Similar letters to the Rajas of Bhurtpore, Jaipur, Jodhpur, Alwar, Bulwant Sing, Jaisalmer, Kishengarh, Kerauli, Kota and Raj Ranas Madoo Sing, &c. (24) Brig.-Gen. A. Campbell (Commander-in-Chief of the troops in Burma). pp. 261-73, 299-325, 519-31, 659-60, 667-71, 895-912, to G. Swinton 5th Jan. to 29th March 1825; pp. 538-9, Proclamation to the Inhabitants of Pegu -- Feb. 1825. (25) pp. 273-95, 536-8, Major J. N. Jackson (Deputy Quartermaster-General) to Brig.-Gen. Campbell--Jan. 1825. (26) Brig.-Gen. T. Shuldham (Commanding Eastern Division). pp. 328-30, 638-40, 676-82, 685, 834-6, 840-3, 848, to Lieut.-Col. Nicol, 21st Jan. to 7th March 1825; pp. 691-3, to G. Swinton 28th Feb. 1825. (27) Capt. H. Morrison (Assistant Quartermaster-General). pp. 336-8, 396-402, to Col. R. Stevenson 22nd Jan and 3rd Feb. 1825; pp. 848-50, to Brig.-Gen. Shuldham 4th March 1825. (28) pp. 344-5, 350-4, Capt. A. MacLeod (Commanding Rangpur Light Infantry) to Capt. Richard Bayldon 9th and 11th Jan. 1825. (29) pp. 345-7, Capt. W. Martin (57th Regt.) to Capt. Bayldon 10th Jan. 1825. (30) pp. 348-50, Lieut. J. K. Waldron (46th N.I.) to Capt. Bayldon 13th Jan. 1825. (31) pp. 354-9, Lieut. N. Jones (57th Regt.) to Capt. Bayldon 11th Jan. 1825. (32) pp. 480-1, Capt. W. B. Scott (Deputy Assistant Adjutant-General) to Lieut.-Col. Nicol -- Feb. 1825. (33) Brig. W. Richards. pp. 515-7, 753-5, 883-91, to Capt. W. B. Scott -- Feb. to 2nd April 1825; pp. 751-2, to T. C. Robertson 21st Feb. 1825. (34) pp. 532-5, Report of a Committee of Survey, signed Lieut.-Col. F. S. Tidy -- Feb. 1825. (35) pp. 545, 557, W. Newnham (Chief Secretary, Bombay) to G. Swinton 31st Dec. 1824 and 3rd Jan. 1825. (36) pp. 547-76, Minutes by the Governor (Mountstuart Elphinstone 18th Dec. 1824), the Commander-in-Chief (Lieut.-Gen. Sir Charles Colville 23rd and 28th Dec. 1824) and R. T. Goodwin (Member of Council, Bombay, 25th Jan. 1825) on the State of the Army in the Bombay Presidency. (37) pp. 599-601, List of Packet for the Secret Committee. (38) pp. 615-26, Correspondence of David Scott and Lieut.-Col. A. Richards with the Burmese Authorities in Assam -- Jan. 1825. (39) pp. 641-2, Capt. P. Dudgeon to Capt. A. Shuldham 15th Feb. 1825. (40) pp. 659-65, Lieut.-Col. Henry Goodwin to Brig.-Gen. Campbell 9th Feb. 1825. (41) Lieut. Henry Fendall (Sub-Assistant Commissary-General). pp. 683-4, to Brig.-Gen. Shuldham 26th Feb. 1825; pp. 843-5, to Capt. A. Shuldham 4th March 1825. (42) pp. 685-7, Lieut. J. Welchman (10th N.I.) to Capt. A. Shuldham 24th Feb. 1825. (43) pp. 726-33, Lieut.-Col. Richard Hampton (Commanding at Cheduba) to Lieut.-Col. Nicol 8th Feb. 1825. (44) pp. 746-8, Lieut. C. Armstrong to Commodore John Hayes 21st Feb. 1825. (45) p. 771, Capt. Forbes Champagne (Military Secretary to Commander-in-Chief) to G. Swinton 21st March 1825. (46) Commodore J. Hayes (Commanding the Flotilla). pp. 772-81, to Capt. Champagne -- Feb. 1825; pp. 781-92, to Brig.-Gen. Morrison 22nd Feb. 1825. (47) pp. 851-2, Capt. A. Shuldham (Deputy Assistant Adjutant-General) to Capt. H. Morrison 7th March 1825. (48) pp. 913-32, Brig.-Gen. Willough by Cotton (Commanding Troops of the Water Column) to Brig.-Gen. Campbell 24th Feb. 1825. (49) pp. 933-7, Major R. Sale to Brig.-Gen. Campbell 6th March 1825. (50) pp. 942-5, Major W. Frith to Brig.-Gen. Campbell 7th Feb. 1825. (51) pp. 945-8, Major-Gen. Alexander Balmain to Capt. J. J. Snodgrass 3rd March 1825. (52) pp. 948-52, Lieut. James Low to Major-Gen. Balmain -- March 1825. (53) Lieut.-Col. H. T. Smith (Commanding at Martaban). pp. 955-69, to G. Swinton 17th to 27th March 1825; pp. 955-66, to Brig.-Gen. Campbell 17th to 27th March 1825.

The Burmese War 1823-1828.  IOR/H/666  1825

Contents:
(1) pp. 1-918, Enclosures in Bengal Secret Letters 27th May to 2nd Sept. 1825 relative to the Burmese War and relations with Siam, including (2) to (34) below:-- (2) pp. 1, 81, 427-8, Lieut.-Col. R. Stevenson (Quartermaster-General) to G. Swinton 24th May to 5th Aug. 1825. (3) pp. 2-10, 440-9, Lieut. J. G. Drummond (Deputy Assistant Quartermaster-General) to Lieut.-Col. Stevenson 4th May to 3rd July 1825. (4) pp. 13-33, 41-3, 115-8, 123-5, 303-11, 315-21, 643-7, Brig.-Gen. A. Campbell (Commander-in-Chief in Burma) to G. Swinton 20th April to 6th Aug. 1825. (5) pp. 35-8, 65-70, 118-21, 125-7, 214-7, 311-2, 321-8, 351-5, 654-6, Burmese Correspondence. (6) pp. 45-7, Capt. Thomas Alexander (H.M.S. Alligator) to Brig.-Gen. Campbell 2nd May 1825, Capture and destruction of Burmese War-boats by Lieut. Wilkinson of H.M.S. Liffy. (7) Capt. J. J. Snodgrass (Assistant to the Political Agent). pp. 49-60, 73-8, 205-7, 213, to G. Swinton 14th April to 30th June 1825; pp. 221-9, Memorandum on Pegu 1st July 1825; pp. 233-41, Memorandum on the state of affairs in Ava 5th July 1825; pp. 245-51, Memorandum on supplies from Madras 24th July 1825; pp. 369-76, Memorandum on Pegu 18th Aug. 1825. (8) pp. 60-4, Lieut.-Col. Henry Tipper Smith (Commanding in Martaban) to Brig.-Gen. Campbell 27th March 1825. (9) Major J. N. Jackson (Deputy Quartermaster-General). pp. 82-7, 429-39, to Col. Stevenson 20th April to 16th May 1825; pp. 393-404, to G. Swinton 23rd June 1825; pp. 647-54, to Brig.-Gen. Campbell 29th July 1825. (10) Lord Amherst (Governor-General), Minutes. pp. 89-95, 16th May 1825, British Policy in regard to Arakan; pp. 167-70, 5th July 1825, Advisability of overtures for Peace to Burma; pp. 257-62, 293-300, 26th July and 15th Aug. 1825, Snodgrass' Memorandum of 24th July; pp. 597-601, 24th Aug. 1825, Plan of Campaign. (11) John Fendall (Member of Council), Minutes. pp. 97-104, 18th May 1825, British Policy in regard to Arakan; pp. 173-9, 11th July 1825, Peace Overtures to Burma; pp. 283-90, 7th Aug. 1825, Snodgrass' Memorandum of 24th July; pp. 553-9, Plan of Campaign. (12) John Herbert Harington (Provisional Member of Council), Minutes. pp. 107-13, 19th May 1825, British Policy in Arakan; pp. 181-94, 12th July 1825, Peace overtures to Burma; pp. 277-80, 5th Aug. 1825, Snodgrass' Memorandum of 24th July; pp. 389-90, 22nd Aug. 1825, Instructions to Brig.-Gen. Campbell; pp. 591-4, 23rd Aug. 1825, Plan of Campaign. (13) pp. 131-2, Governor-General's Commission to Capt. H. Burney as Envoy to the King of Siam 13th May 1825. (14) pp. 135-40, Governor-General to the King of Siam 13th May 1825; pp. 143-5, G. Swinton to the Chief Minister of Siam 13th May 1825. (15) pp. 147-51, T. C. Robertson (Political Agent in Arakan) to G. Swinton 10th June 1825. (16) Sir Edward Paget (Commander-in-Chief), Minutes. pp. 155-64, 2nd July 1825, Peace Overtures to Burma; pp. 265-73, 1st Aug. 1825, Snodgrass' Memorandum of 24th July; pp. 605-6, 26th Aug. 1825, Plan of Campaign. (17) G. Swinton (Secretary in the Secret, Political and Foreign Department). pp. 197-201, to T. C. Robertson 22nd July 1825; pp. 379-82, to David Hill 22nd Aug. 1825; pp. 385-7, 415-6, 465-9, 493-505, to Brig.-Gen. Campbell 22nd to 26th Aug. 1825; pp. 407-13, 621-3, 631-2, to C. Tucker 14th July to 26th Aug. 1825; pp. 613-4, to Major W. L. Watson 26th Aug. 1825; pp. 617-9, to David Scott 26th Aug. 1825. (18) pp. 207-10, Lieut.-Col. Henry Goodwin to Brig.-Gen. Campbell 24th May 1825. (19) pp. 338-43, Capt. Robert Fenwick to Lieut.-Col. William Smelt 18th June 1825. (20) Lieut.-Col. William Smelt (Commanding in Rangoon). pp. 347-50, 359-61, to G. Swinton 20th to 28th July 1825; pp. 364-6, to Lieut.-Col. L. Conroy (Commanding at Martaban) 20th July 1825. (21) pp. 361-3, Capt. G. Norman (Political and Intelligence Department) to Capt. Charles Maxtone [--July 1825]. (22) pp. 363-4, Capt. Charles Maxtone (Commanding in Pegu) to Capt. Norman 21st July 1825. (23) pp. 419-20, David Scott (Agent to the Governor-General on the North-East Frontier) to G. Swinton 22nd May 1825. (24) Lieut. J. B. Neufville (Deputy Assistant Quartermaster-General). pp. 420-5, 455-9, to David Scott 18th May to 25th June 1825; pp. 454-5, 459-60, to Col. Stevenson 25th June to 3rd July 1825; pp. 460-2, to Col. A. Richards (Commanding in Assam) 3rd July 1825. (25) pp. 449-50, Brig.-Gen. T. Shuldham (Commanding the Eastern Division) to Col. Stevenson 18th July 1825. (26) pp. 450-2, Lieut. R. B. Pemberton (Deputy Assistant Quarter-master-General) to Col. Stevenson 24th June 1825. (27) pp. 453-4, Lieut. J. Jones (Deputy Assistant Quartermaster-General) to Capt. W. Garden (Deputy Assistant Quartermaster-General) 3rd July 1825. (28) Resolutions by the Governor-General in Council. pp. 473-90, 26th Aug. 1825, Appointment of T. C. Robertson as Joint Commissioner with Brig-Gen. Campbell to negotiate with the Court of Ava; pp. 609-10, 26th Aug. 1825, Confirming the Commander-in-Chief's Plan of Campaign. (29) p. 509, David Hill (Chief Secretary, Madras) to G. Swinton 12th Aug. 1825. (30) pp. 510-7, Minute by Sir Thomas Munro (Governor of Madras) -- Aug. 1825, Reasons for not increasing the Army in Madras. (31) Major W. L. Watson (Adjutant-General). pp. 521-2, 635-41, to G. Swinton 16th to 29th Aug. 1825; pp. 567-79, to Brig.-Gen. Morrison 16th Aug. 1825. (32) pp. 522-60, Brig.-Gen. J. W. Morrison (Commanding South-Eastern Division) to Major W. L. Watson 24th July 1825. (33) pp. 560-5, Lieut. George Thomson (Engineer) to Capt. W. B. Scott (Deputy Assistant Adjutant-General) 27th May 1825. (34) p. 566, Lieut.-Col. A. Lindsay (Commanding South-Eastern Division Artillery) to Capt. W. B. Scott 28th May 1825. (35) pp. 659-65, Bengal Secret Letter to the Secret Committee 4th Sept. 1825, Dispute between the Authorities of Prince of Wales Island and the Court of Siam, owing to the hostile preparations of the Raja of Ligore against the friendly Chief of Selangor, including (36) to (44) below:-- (36) pp. 667-70, 725-32, Robert Fullerton and Council of Prince of Wales Island to Lord Amherst 14th May and 10th June 1825. (37) pp. 671-2, 777, 782-92, 817-32, 836-7, 843, Anthony de la Combe Maingy (Superintendent of Point Wellesley) to John Anderson 1st May to 7th June 1825. (38) John Anderson (Chief Secretary, Prince of Wales Island). pp. 672-80, 685-90, to Robert Fullerton 1st and 10th May 1825; pp. 811-6, to A. D. Maingy 25th May 1825. (39) pp. 681-4, 691-722, 798-810, 833-5, 837-9, 844-77, Malay Intelligence and Correspondence. (40) Robert Fullerton (Governor of Prince of Wales Island). pp. 733-6, Minute on Information relative to the Armament preparing at Trang and Quedah 10th May 1825; pp. 779-82, Memorandum on report by H. H. Roberts 22nd May 1825; pp. 839-43, Minute on Information from A. D. Maingy 10th June 1825. (41) pp. 777-9, 844, H. H. Roberts (Commanding H.C. Schooner Commerce) to A. D. Maingy 4th May and 6th June 1825. (42) pp. 793-7, Richard Caunter (Superintendent of Police) to John Anderson 21st May 1825. (43) pp. 881-910, W. S. Cracroft (Acting Resident of Malacca) to George Swinton 18th June 1825, British relations with the Malay States on the Peninsula of Malacca. (44) pp. 913-8, Lord Amherst and Council to the Council of Prince of Wales Island (R. Fullerton) 2nd Sept. 1825, Inadvisability of interfering between Siam and the Chief of Selangor.

The Burmese War 1823-1828.  IOR/H/667  1825-1826

Contents:
(1) pp. 1-1095, Enclosures in Bengal Secret Letters 7th Sept. 1825 to 21st Feb. 1826, relating to the War with Burma, chiefly as to negotiations for Peace, also relations with Siam,* Ligore and Selangore, including:-- (2) Major W. L. Watson (Adjutant-General). pp. 1, 613-7, to G. Swinton 6th Sept. to 5th Nov. 1825; pp. 617-22, to Brig. W. Richards 11th Oct. 1825. (3) pp. 2-3, Brig.-Gen. J. W. Morrison (Commanding in Chittagong) to Major Watson 15th Aug. 1825. (4) Brig.-Gen. A. Campbell (Commanding the Forces in Ava). pp. 5-26, to Major Watson 19th Aug. 1825; pp. 39-43, 73-85, 207-15, 223-5, 241-4, 389-410, 459-66, 539-43, 575-82, 591-603, 689-704, 785-6, to G. Swinton 6th Oct. 1825 to 28th Jan. 1826. (5) pp. 27-30, 215-21, 467-9, 471-4, 550-71, 582-9, 603-10, 669-72, 750-2, Correspondence with and Information about the Burmese. (6) Capt. J. J. Suodgrass (Military Secretary to Brig.-Gen. Campbell). pp. 30-1, to Col. F. S. Tidy (Military Officer) and Capt. W. Smith (Naval Officer), n.d.; pp. 47-59, to G. Swinton 25th Sept. 1825. (7) pp. 32-3, Col. F. S. Tidy and Capt. Smith to Capt. Snodgrass 4th Oct. 1825. (8) pp. 33-6, Articles to form the Basis of a Treaty with Ava. (9) pp. 60-8, Lieut.-Col. J. Woolfe (Commanding in Tavoy Province) to Capt. Snodgrass 13th Aug. 1825, with, pp. 68-70, Proclamation to the Inhabitants of Tavoy 12th Aug. 1825. (10) pp. 85-6, Major J. N. Jackson (Deputy Quartermaster-General) to Brig.-Gen. Campbell 26th Sept. 1825. (11) p. 87, Proceeds of Prize Sale 4th and 8th March 1825. (12) p. 88, Lieut.-Col. G. B. O'Brien to Lieut.-Col. Tidy 26th Sept. 1825. (13) p. 89, Major [R. Lacy] Evans to Lieut.-Col. Tidy 26th Sept. 1825. (14) pp. 90-1, Lieut.-Col. C. Hopkinson (Commanding the Artillery) to Lieut.-Col. Tidy 26th Sept. 1825. (15) pp. 92-3, Major C. Ferrior (?) to Lieut.-Col. Tidy 27th Sept. 1825. (16) pp. 93-5, Lieut.-Col. H. Goodwin to Lieut.-Col. Tidy 27th Sept. 1825. (17) pp. 95-6, Capt. Thomas Robson to Lieut.-Col. Tidy 27th Sept. 1825. (18) pp. 97-8, Major P. W. Ramsey to Lieut.-Col. Tidy 27th Sept. 1825. (19) pp. 101-6, 283, Robert Fullerton (Governor) and Council of Prince of Wales Island to the Governor-General and Council 4th Aug. and 12th Nov. 1825, relative to relations with Siam, Ligore and Tenasserim. (20) pp. 106-8, 110-5, 117-23, 160-3, Correspondence of the Council of Prince of Wales Island with Siam, Ligore, &c. (21) p. 109, R. Caunter (Superintendent of Police) to J. Anderson 24th June 1825. (22) A. D. Maingy (Superintendent, Point Wellesley, and Commissioner for Mergui and Tavoy). p. 116, to J. Anderson 16th July 1825; pp. 283-324, to R. Fullerton 13th Oct. 1825, Report upon the Province of Mergui, with (see Vol. 674 (6) below) pp. 325-6, Proclamation to Inhabitants of Mergui and Tavoy; pp. 327-32, Native Correspondence; pp. 333-6, Census of Mergui; pp. 336-45, Regulations for Administration of Justice and Establishment of Police; pp. 349-77, Do. do. 22nd Oct. relative to Tavoy. (23) pp. 116-7, Capt. J. Poynton (H.C. Zephyr) to A. D. Maingy 16th July 1825. (24) p. 117, Commander H. H. Roberts (H.C. Commerce) to Capt. Poynton 15th July 1825. (25) R. Fullerton (Governor of Prince of Wales Island). pp. 122-4, Memorandum of Instructions for Capt. H. Burney 25th July 1825; pp. 165-79, Minute on Capt. Burney's letter 4th Aug. 1825; pp. 179-82, to Raja of Ligore, n.d. (26) Capt. H. Burney (Political Agent for the Siamese States). pp. 125-53, to R. Fullerton -- July 1825, with, pp. 153-61, Basis of a Treaty agreed on with the Raja of Ligore; pp. 193-200, to G. Swinton 10th Aug. 1825. (27) pp. 163-5, John Anderson (Chief Secretary, Prince of Wales Island), Minute on Capt. Burney's Letter 4th Aug. 1825. (28) pp. 185-90, Governor-General and Council to R. Fullerton and Council of Prince of Wales Island 16th Sept. 1825, Approving their action in reference to Siam, Ligore, Selangore and Tenasserim; pp. 487-91, to the Secret Committee, London, 21st Nov. 1825. (29) George Swinton (Secretary in the Secret, Political and Foreign Department). pp. 203-4, to Capt. H. Burney 16th Sept. 1825; pp. 415-55, 483, 495-515, 677-83, to Brig.-Gen. Campbell 22nd to 29th Dec. 1825; pp. 685-6, to Brig. W. Smelt 29th Dec. 1825. (30) pp. 225-37, Col. F. S. Tidy (Deputy Adjutant-General) to Brig.-Gen. Campbell 12th Sept. 1825. (31) Lord Amherst (Governor-General). pp. 247-52, Minute on the Negotiations with Burma 22nd Nov. 1825; pp. 520-5, Minute on British Policy relative to Pegu 8th Nov. 1825. (32) J. H. Harington (Member of Council). pp. 255-66, Minute on the Negotiations with Burma 28th Nov. 1825; pp. 527-35, Minute on Pegu 9th Nov. 1825. (33) pp. 269-80, Minute by W. B. Bayley (Member of Council) on the Negotiations with Burma 6th Dec. 1825. (34) pp. 469-71, C. H. West (Agent for Gunboats) to Major J. N. Jackson (Deputy Quartermaster-General) 2nd Oct. 1825. (35) pp. 475-80, 543-8, Lieut.-Col. B. B. Parlby to Major Jackson 7th to 19th Oct. 1825. (36) pp. 515-20, Minute by Lord Combermere (Commander-in-Chief) on the British Policy in Pegu 6th and 8th Nov. 1825. (37) pp. 547-50, Major D. C. Smith to Major Jackson 11th Oct. 1825. (38) pp. 623, 630-2, Brig. W. Richards (Commanding the South-Eastern Division) to Major Watson 6th and 8th Nov. 1825. (39) Capt. E. Sneyd (Deputy Adjutant-General). p. 624, to Brig. Richards 5th Nov. 1825; pp. 624-6, to Lieut.-Col. R. H. Cunliffe (Commissary-General) 5th Nov. 1825. (40) pp. 634-5, Return of Troops in Arakan 6th Nov. 1825, signed by Capt. W. B. Scott (Deputy Assistant Adjutant-General). (41) pp. 637-9, 651-8, Lieut.-Col. William Smelt (Commanding the Lower Provinces) to G. Swinton 13th Jan. 1826. (42) Capt. Robert Fenwick. pp. 639-41, to Brig.-Gen. Campbell 31st Dec. 1825; pp. 661-3, to G. Swinton 12th Nov. 1825; pp. 664-6, 672-4, to Brig. Smelt 18th and 27th Nov. 1825; pp. 646-9, to Brig.-Gen. Campbell 17th Nov. 1825. (43) pp. 645-7, Government Gazette Extraordinary 20th Jan. 1826 (two copies), Demi-official News of Conclusion of Peace with Ava. (44) Ross D. Mangles (Secretary to the Commission in Pegu and Ava). p. 707, to G. Swinton, with, pp. 708-16, Resolutions of the Commission; pp. 717-23, to Capt. W. Williamson 19th Dec. 1825. (45) pp. 727-49, Minutes by the Civil Commissioner (T. C. Robertson) 20th and 29th Dec. 1825 and 21st Jan. 1826; p. 755, Note on Robertson's Minute by Brig.-Gen. Campbell 21st Jan. 1826. (46) Alexander Stirling (Deputy Secretary). pp. 759-66, to J. Crawfurd (Resident at Singapore) 9th Feb. 1826, Renewal of Hostilities with Burma and his appointment as Third Civil Commissioner in Pegu and Ava; pp. 769-81, to Brig.-Gen. Campbell and T. C. Robertson 10th Feb. 1826. (47) pp. 786-9, Capt. W. Williamson (Deputy Political Agent at Headquarters of the Siamese Auxiliary Army) to R. D. Mangles 14th Jan. 1825. (48) pp. 793-4, E. Presgrave (Acting Secretary, Prince of Wales Island) to G. Swinton 12th Dec. 1825, with, pp. 795-9, Lieut. James Low's Accounts whilst on duty with Lieut.-Col. Snow's Mission on the Tenasserim Coast and, pp. 801-1058, Lieut. Low's Report on the Province of Martaban (about 47,000 words), with, pp. 1059-95, routes of his journeys in that Province.

Note: All Papers dealing with Siam have been printed by the Siamese Government in the Burney Papers.


The Burmese War 1823-1828.  IOR/H/668  1826

Contents:
(1) pp. 1-947, Enclosures in Bengal Secret Letters 9th March to 18th May 1826 (not in Chronological Order), relating to the War with Burma, Negotiations for and Conclusion of Peace. (2) Brig.-Gen. A. Campbell (Commander-in-Chief of the Forces in Burma). pp. 1-2, 25-7, 57-8, 65-70, 219-22, 525-31, 553-7, 563-7, 603-4, 719-22, 927-8, 942-5, to G. Swinton -- Feb. to -- April 1826; pp. 531-4, General Order of 9th Feb. 1826, A British victory at Pagahm Mew; pp. 857-9, 929-32, to Governor-General 1st and 24th Feb. 1826. (3) Brig.-Gen. Campbell and T. C. Robertson (Commissioners in Ava and Pegu). pp. 5-9, to Governor-General in Council 24th Feb. 1826, with, pp. 13-8, 607-20, 932-40, Treaty concluded with the Burmese 24th Feb. 1826 (Printed in Aitchison, I, 271-4); pp. 213-4, Proclamation to Talaings, Burmese and other Inhabitants 11th May 1826; pp. 787-801, to G. Swinton 12th April 1826. (4) pp. 29-35, Statement by Capt. Johnstone of the Enterprise -- Feb. 1826, relative to negotiations by Brig.-Gen. Campbell. (5) Ross D. Mangles (Secretary to the Commissioners for Ava and Pegu). pp. 37-55, 537-49, 623-5, 627, 631-2, 651-7, to G. Swinton, 3rd Feb. to 23rd March 1826, with copies of the Commissioners' Resolution; pp. 638-42, 645-7, to Sarkies Manook 27th Dec. 1825 to 3rd March 1826; pp. 661-2, to Capt. W. Williamson (Deputy Political Agent) 22nd March 1826. (6) Lieut. T. A. Trant (Deputy Assistant Quartermaster-General). pp. 58-61, to Lieut.-Col. F. S. Tidy (Deputy Adjutant-General) 30th Jan. 1826; pp. 845-7, to Capt. [Lewis] Van Sandan (Officiating Deputy Assistant Adjutant-General), n.d. (7) J. Crawfurd (Third Commissioner for Ava and Pegu). pp. 73-4, 211-3, 251-73, 289, 295, 299-313, 335-77, 381, 517-8, to G. Swinton 24th Feb. to 14th May 1826; pp. 74-6, to Ross Mangles 18th Feb. 1826; pp. 273-5, 312-6, Proclamation of 6th April 1826 with Regulations for the new Settlement at Amherst; pp. 283-6, to Capt. Robert Fenwick 18th Feb. 1826. (8) pp. 79-94, Capt. J. J. Snodgrass (Military Secretary to Brig.-Gen. Campbell) to G. Swinton 21st Feb. 1826. (9) pp. 97-106, 861-4, 877-8, 889, Brig. W. Smelt (Commanding the Lower Provinces) to G. Swinton 21st to 26th Feb. 1826. (10) Lord Amherst (Governor-General), Minutes. pp. 109-22, 23rd April 1826, on the Commander-in-Chief's Minute of the 19th (see (32) below); pp. 591-3, 28th Jan. 1826, Capt. Snodgrass to carry home the Despatches announcing conclusion of Peace; pp. 683-717, General Order 11th April 1826, Thanks to the Army under Brig.-Gen. Campbell. (11) J. H. Harington (Member of Council), Minutes. pp. 125-47, 25th April 1826, The Commander-in-Chief's Minute; p. 595, 28th Jan. 1826, Capt. Snodgrass. (12) W. B. Bayley (Member of Council), Minutes. pp. 149-71, 6th May 1826, Terms of the Treaty; pp. 599-600, 28th Jan. 1826, Capt Snodgrass. (13) G. Swinton (Secretary in the Secret, Foreign and Political Department). pp. 175-209, Note on the applicability of Lord Hastings' Policy after the Nepal War to the Case of Burma; p. 727, to Brig.-Gen. Campbell 12th April 1826; pp. 743-6, 753-4, 767-8, to Capt. H. D. Chads 12th April 1826; pp. 761-4, to Commodore Sir James Brisbane 17th April 1826; pp. 775-85, 805-13, to Brig.-Gen. Campbell and T. C. Robertson 7th and 14th April 1826; pp. 817-9, to J. Crawfurd 14th April 1826; pp. 821-2, to T. C. Robertson 14th April 1826. (14) pp. 223-47, Military Returns for the Troops in Burma. (15) pp. 276-83, Capt. J. T. Studdart (H.M.S. Champion) to J. Crawfurd [--April 1826]. (16) pp. 289-92, 296-7, 558-60, 567-88, Burmese Correspondence and Intelligence. (17) pp. 317-20, Civil Superintendent of Martaban [Capt. Robert Fenwick] to J. Crawfurd 3rd May 1826. (18) pp. 320-1, Lieut. G. Loughton (Bombay Marine) to J. Crawfurd 8th May 1826, with, pp. 321-33, Observations on the Settlement at Amherst. (19) pp. 382-513, Depositions of Europeans and others relative to the disposition of the Burmese King and People towards the British before and during the War (sent by Crawfurd to G. Swinton in his letter of 12th May 1826). (20) pp. 518-22, Capt. W. Spiers to J. Crawfurd 13th May 1826. (21) pp. 628-9, Major A. Stock (Paymaster) to Ross Mangles 6th March 1826. (22) pp. 632-8, 643-5, Sarkies Manook to Ross Mangles 25th Feb. to 3rd March 1826. (23) Capt. W. Williamson (Deputy Political Agent). pp. 657-61, to Ross Mangles 28th Jan. 1826; pp. 869-73, to Capt. Robert Fenwick 10th Jan. 1826. (24) Lieut.-Col. H. H. Pepper. pp. 665-81, 893-4, to Lieut.-Col. F. S. Tidy 14th Jan. to -- Feb. 1826; pp. 878-81, 890-2, to Brig. W. Smelt 19th Feb. 1826; pp. 883-5, to Deputy Assistant Quartermaster-General [Lieut. T. A. Trant] 13th Feb. 1826. (25) p. 723, Lieut. J. N. Ware (Fort Adjutant) to Lieut.-Col. Tidy 10th Feb. 1826. (26) pp. 724-5, Thomas Stevens (Provost Marshal) to Lieut.-Col. Tidy 25th Feb. 1826. (27) Capt. H. D. Chads (H.M.S. Alligator). pp. 731, 749-50, 771-2, to G. Swinton 15th April 1826; pp. 739-40, to Lord Amherst 8th April 1826. (28) pp. 735-6, 757-9, Commodore Sir James Brisbane to Lord Amherst 6th Jan. and 18th March 1826, Placing the Alligator at his disposal to take home Despatches. (29) Commodore John Hayes. pp. 825-9, to G. Swinton 7th April 1826; pp. 829-34, to John Trotter (Secretary of the Marine Board, Fort William) 7th April 1826. (30) pp. 839-40, Major W. L. Watson (Adjutant-General) to G. Swinton 15th April 1826. (31) pp. 840-4, Brig. [John] McInnes (Commanding South-Eastern Division) to Major Watson 31st March 1826. (32) pp. 849-54, Lord Combermere (Commander-in-Chief) Minute of 19th April 1826. (See (10)-(12) above.) (33) pp. 865-7, Capt. Robert Fenwick (Superintendent at Martaban) to Brig. Smelt 13th Feb. 1826. (34) pp. 894-8, Ensign T. J. Clerk to Capt. G. H. Budd (Major of Brigade) 13th Feb. 1826, Repulse of a Burmese attack at Meekow. (35) W. J. Turquand (in charge of Mymensingh). pp. 901, 917, to G. Swinton 13th and 25th Feb. 1826; pp. 919-22, to Capt. T. J. Grant, n.d. (36) pp. 903-15, 917-9, Capt. T. J. Grant (Commanding Raja Gumbur Sing's Levy) 23rd Jan. to 3rd Feb. 1826. (37) pp. 925-7, Lord Amherst and Council to Secret Committee 7th April 1826, Announcing Ratification of Treaty with Burma. (38) p. 946, List of Packet to Secret Committee 7th April 1826.

The Burmese War 1823-1828.  IOR/H/669  1826

Contents:
(1) pp. 1-826, Enclosures in Bengal Secret Letters 19th May to 20th Oct. 1826, The Settlement with Burma, Negotiations and Treaties with Siam, including:-- (2) pp. 1-4, A. Jussan (ten years' resident in Burma) to J. Crawfurd 27th March 1826, State of public opinion previous to the War strongly in favour of a trial of strength with the British; pp. 9-29, H. Gouger to G. Swinton 22nd April 1826, Observations at Ava prior to and during the war; pp. 36-55, Narrative of events at Ava [by a person not named but an eye-witness] from immediately before up to the end of the war, The Raj Guru responsible for the breach of the Treaty of Melloon. (3) pp. 33-4, T. C. Robertson (ex-Civil Commissioner for Ava and Pegu) to G. Swinton 28th April 1826. (4) pp. 57-8, Lieut.-Col. Robert Stevenson (Quartermaster-General) to G. Swinton 13th May 1826. (5) pp. 58-107, Lieut. T. A. Trant (Deputy Assistant Quartermaster-General) to Lieut.-Col. Stevenson 12th April 1826 with report on the route followed by a Madras Battalion across the Arakan Hills. (6) pp. 109-15, Lieut.-Col. C. Bishop (Senior Officer of Madras Troops in Ava) to D. Hill 31st May 1826. (7) Lord Amherst. pp. 117-21, to the King of Ava 30th June 1826; pp. 254-7, to the King of Ava -- Aug. 1826, with, p. 257, a List of presents valued at 2,869 Madras Rupees. (8) Major.-Gen. A. Campbell and J. Crawfurd (Commissioners for Ava and Pegu). pp. 125-6, 155, 163, 181-237, to G. Swinton, 6th June to 23rd Sept. 1826; pp. 155-61, Regulations for the new Port of Amherst; p. 164, to Capt. Robert Fenwick 1st Aug. 1826; pp. 165-70, Provisional Regulations for the administration of Justice at Amherst; pp. 266-8, to Surgeon Nathaniel Wallich 28th Aug. 1826. (9) pp. 129-33, Lord Amherst and Council to R. Fullerton and Council, Prince of Wales Island, 27th July 1826. (10) George Swinton (Secretary in Secret, Political and Foreign Department). pp. 137-40, to A. D. Maingy 27th July 1826; pp. 143-65, to W. S. Cracroft 27th July 1826; pp. 505-10, 529-33, 541-2, to J. Crawfurd 5th Aug. to 15th Sept. 1826; pp. 513-27, 537-8, 549-50, to Major-Gen. A. Campbell 15th Sept. 1826; pp. 545-6, to R. Hunter (Senior Commissioner of Arakan) 15th Sept. 1826; pp. 561-3, to David Hill 8th Sept. 1826. (11) Major-Gen. Campbell to G. Swinton. pp. 147-51, 577, 609, 615-22, 627-31, 18th Aug. to 28th Sept. 1826; p. 577, 23rd Sept. 1826, with, pp. 578-605, Proceedings of a Court Martial on two Malays reputed to have murdered Mr. Langley, owner of the Sagor, and a lascar; pp. 610-2, Burmese Letters. (12) pp. 173-8, Capt. Charles G. Alves (18th Madras N.I.) to G. Swinton 14th Aug. 1825. (13) J. Crawfurd (Civil Commissioner for Ava and Pegu). pp. 241-50, 639-47, to G. Swinton 26th Aug. to 10th Sept. 1826; pp. 253-4, to the Persian Secretary 28th Aug. 1826. (14) Assistant Surgeon Nathaniel Wallich, M.D. (Superintendent of the Botanical Gardens and Superintendent of Government Plantations). pp. 261-2, to G. Swinton 29th Aug. 1826; pp. 263-6, to Commissioners for Ava and Pegu 22nd Aug. 1826, proposing to take Teak Timber in part payment of the Burmese Indemnity for Commissariat purposes. (15) Robert Fullerton (Governor of Prince of Wales Island). pp. 271-3, 695-6, to Lord Amherst and Council 22nd June and 14th Sept. 1826; pp. 326-33, 704-12, 724-6, to A. D. Maingy 8th May to 5th Sept. 1826; pp. 338-45, 387-94, Minutes of 1st and 19th June 1826, Breach of the Treaty with Siam by the Raja of Ligore; pp. 347-54, Malay Correspondence. (16) A. D. Maingy (Commissioner for the Provinces of Mergui and Tavoy). pp. 293-5, to R. Fullerton 19th March 1826, Exchange of Burmese and Siamese prisoners, Estimate of Establishment for the Provinces, Mutiny on the Fortune; pp. 314-25, Do. do. 23rd April 1826, Introduction of Chinese labour for the Mines; pp. 696-704, 14th Aug. 1826; pp. 667-8, to G. Swinton -- Aug. 1826; pp. 715-9, to W. E. Fullerton 14th Aug. 1826. (17) W. E. Fullerton (Secretary, Prince of Wales Island for the Ceded Provinces). pp. 296-7, 304, to A. D. Maingy 14th April 1826; pp. 303-4, to Capt. Robert Fenwick 4th April 1826; pp. 309-12, to Lieut.-Col. Snow 8th May 1826, with, pp. 312-4, Madras Regulations for the Judicial Department 25th March 1826, defining the respective spheres of the Civil and Military Authorities in the case of any disturbance. (18) pp. 298-300, Extract of Lieut.-Col. [Charles] Hopkinson's (Madras Artillery) Artillery Orders 23rd March 1826. (19) pp. 301-2, Capt. Robert Fenwick (Civil Superintendent of Amherst, Martaban) to Secretary [W. S. Cracroft], Prince of Wales Island, 25th March 1826. (20) pp. 305-7, Sir Thomas Munro and Madras Council to Prince of Wales Island Council 8th Nov. 1825. (21) pp. 307-9, Robert Fullerton and Prince of Wales Island Council to Sir Thomas Munro 6th May 1826. (22) W. S. Cracroft (Secretary, Prince of Wales Island). pp. 337-8, 397, to G. Swinton 28th June and 27th July 1826; pp. 345-7, to Capt. H. Burney [--May 1826]. (23) Capt. H. Burney (Envoy to Siam). pp. 355-84, 399-448, 672-93, 730-60, Journal of his Mission to Siam 1st April to 9th Sept. 1826; pp. 385-7, to W. S. Cracroft 4th May 1826; p. 398, to R. Fullerton 18th May 1826; pp. 671-2, 729-30, to G. Swinton 19th June to -- Sept. 1826. (24) pp. 448-89, Draft Treaties proposed by King of Siam's Ministers April 1826; pp. 761-82, Treaty with Siam concluded by Capt. Burney in June 1821 (Printed in Aitchison, I, 367-72) with Commercial Treaty (Printed in Aitchison, I, 373-5); pp. 783-91, King of Siam's Mandate 8/10th July 1826; pp. 792-807, List of presents exchanged with the King of Siam; pp. 808-25, Letters from the Chief Minister of Siam to the Governor-General, G. Swinton and R. Fullerton 8/10th July 1826; pp. 825-6, Raja of Ligore to R. Fullerton. (25) pp. 485-94, C. Tucker (Commissioner of Sylhet) to G. Swinton 31st Aug. 1826. (26) pp. 494-501, Capt. T. J. Grant (Commanding Gumbhur Sing's Levy) to C. Tucker 29th July 1826. (27) pp. 553-4, David Hill (Chief Secretary, Madras) to G. Swinton 14th Aug. 1826. (28) pp. 554-5, Lieut.-Gen. Sir George Townshend (Commander-in-Chief, Madras) to D. Hill -- Aug. 1826. (29) pp. 556-8, Minute by Sir Thomas Munro 9th Aug. 1826 on the expediency of Madras providing troops for Tenasserim. (30) pp. 565-73, Treaty with Ava settled by Major-Gen. A. Campbell 11th April 1826 (Printed in Aitchison, I, 271-4). (31) pp. 622-4, Staff-Surgeon A. Campbell to Major-Gen. Campbell 27th Sept. 1826, Suitability of a site at Moulmein for a Military Cantonment. (32) pp. 631-5, Major H. Nicholson (Paymaster) to Major-Gen. Campbell 27th Sept. 1826. (33) E. Molony (Acting Secretary). pp. 651-2, to H. Wood (Accountant-General) 5th Oct. 1826; pp. 661-3, to Major-Gen. Campbell 10th Oct. 1826. (34) pp. 652-4, H. Wood (Accountant-General) to E. Molony 10th Oct. 1826. (35) R. Saunders (Mintmaster). pp. 654-5, 659-60, to H. Wood 7th Sept. and 9th Oct. 1826. (36) pp. 712-4, R. Caunter (Superintendent of Police, Prince of Wales Island) to W. E. Fullerton [August 1826], Report on the Mode of Management of the Mines in the Malay Peninsula. (37) pp. 719-22, Lieut.-Col. Edward W. Snow (Commanding in Tenasserim) to A. D. Maingy 24th and 25th July 1826, Hospital Site.

The Burmese War 1823-1828.  IOR/H/670  1826-1827

Contents:
(1) pp. 1-1074, Enclosures in Bengal Secret Letters 21st Nov. 1826 to 2nd April 1827, Peace negotiations with Burma and Siam, Arakan and Malay States, including:-- (2) Major-Gen. A. Campbell (Commanding on the Coast of Tenasserim). pp. 1-3, 131-41, 145-54, 159-64, 323-4, 351, 769-74, 817, to G. Swinton 17th Oct. 1826 to 7th Feb. 1827; pp. 35-7, to A. D. Maingy 5th Sept. 1826; pp. 155-8, Burmese Correspondence. (3) A. D. Maingy (Civil Commissioner in Tenasserim). pp. 3-7, 44-69, to Major-Gen. Campbell, September and October 1826; pp. 13-34, to G. Swinton 26th Sept. 1826; pp. 39-44, Memorandum of Instructions to Officer commanding detachment at Tenasserim 9th Sept. 1826. (4) G. Swinton (Secretary in the Secret, Political and Foreign Department). pp. 70-1, to H. Wood (Accountant-General) 26th Sept. 1826; pp. 115-26, 1069-70, to Major-Gen. Campbell 20th Oct. 1826 and 23rd Feb. 1827; pp. 1033-50, to Capt. Burney 23rd Feb. 1827; pp. 1053-5, to the Six High Ministers of Siam 23rd Feb. 1827; pp. 1061-5, to John Anderson 23rd Feb. 1827. (5) Capt. Henry Burney (Envoy to Siam). pp. 73-4, 269-310, 847, 935-6, 1073-4, to G. Swinton 9th Oct. 1826 to 8th March 1827; pp. 74-111, to John Anderson 3rd Oct. 1826; pp. 847-935, Narrative of his Mission to Siam 9th March 1827; pp. 936-1027, Overland Journeys through Siamese territory by Messrs. Harris (Assistant Surgeon) and Seal (Interpreter). (6) pp. 111-3, Raja of Ligore to Capt. Burney 2nd Oct. 1826. (7) pp. 141-2, Henry Gouger to Major-Gen. Campbell 24th Nov. 1826. (8) pp. 167-8, Capt. Robert Becher (Deputy Assistant Quartermaster-General) to G. Swinton 31st Dec. 1826. (9) J. Anderson (Chief Secretary, Prince of Wales Island). pp. 171-2, to G. Swinton 11th Nov. 1826; pp. 264-5, to G. T. Gottlieb (Assistant to Master Attendant) 2nd Nov. 1826; pp. 266-7, to the son of the Raja of Ligore. (10) pp. 172-94, Report of Capt. James Low (deputed to Perak); pp. 195-200, Abstract of Ligore and Perak letters; pp. 200-52, Engagement with Perak concluded by Capt. Low (see Aitchison, I, 310-5) and correspondence; pp. 253-63, Minutes of 7th Nov. by R. Fullerton (Governor of Prince of Wales Island) on Low's Report, &c.; pp. 263-4, R. Caunter (Superintendent of Police) to R. Fullerton 31st Oct. 1826. (11) J. Crawfurd (Envoy to Burma). pp. 311-2, 375, to G. Swinton 25th Dec. 1826 and 21st Feb. 1827; Do. do. pp. 381-419, Do. do. 21st Feb. 1827, Report of his Mission to Ava, with, pp. 419-28, Copy of the Commercial Treaty and, pp. 431-757, Journal of the Mission 1st Sept. 1826 to 25th Jan. 1827; pp. 313-9, Commercial Treaty with Burma 23rd Nov. 1826 (Printed in Aitchison, I, 274-6); pp. 339-40, to R. Hunter and C. Paton 25th Dec. 1826; pp. 759-67, to the Persian Secretary -- 1827; pp. 818-9, to Major-Gen. Campbell [-- Feb. 1827]. (12) Lieut. George Hutton Rawlinson (Bengal Artillery). pp. 324-8, 351-3, 770-9, to Major-Gen. Campbell 4th Dec. 1826 to 23rd Jan. 1827; pp. 376-8, to Lieut. -- Ware (Political Assistant, Moulmein) 29th Jan. 1827. (13) pp. 331-6, 340-7, R. Hunter and Charles Paton (Commissioners of Arakan) to G. Swinton, December 1826 and January 1827. (14) pp. 355-69, Lieut.-Col. R. H. Cunliffe (Commissary-General) to Lieut.-Col. W. Casement 2nd Jan. 1827. (15) pp. 369-73, Lieut.-Col. W. Casement (Secretary in the Military Department) to the Marine Board 12th Jan. 1827. (16) pp. 782-813, Journal of a Route from Moulmein to Praun Thoungo by Lieut. Leand [? David] Scotland (7th Madras N.I.). (17) pp. 821-43, Treaties between the Company and Siam, 1827 (Printed in Aitchison, I, 367-75). (18) pp. 1057-9, A. Stirling (Deputy Secretary) to G. Swinton 17th Jan. 1827.

The Burmese War 1823-1828.  IOR/H/671  1827-1829

Contents:
(1) pp. 1-997, Enclosures in Bengal Secret Letters 4th April 1827 to 27th Feb. 1829 relating to Burma, Arakan, Assam, Siam and Malay States, including:-- (2) Major-Gen. Campbell (Commanding the Forces in Tenasserim). pp. 1-2, 13-32, 39-43, 173-89, 305-14, 325-43, 549-58, 603-21, 645-59, 725-9, 927-40 (16th Feb. 1829, giving his sentiments on the effects of the war and present state of affairs in Burma), 973-5, to G. Swinton 9th March 1827 to 22nd Jan. 1829; p. 302, to Assistant Surgeon N. Wallich 29th April 1827; pp. 559-600, Minutes of Conference with the Burmese Ambassadors; pp. 944-65, Answers to Queries by Lord Amherst. (3) Lieut. G. H. Rawlinson (Acting British Agent at Rangoon). pp. 3-8, to Capt. R. Ware 2nd March 1827; pp. 9-10, 314-5, to Major-Gen. Campbell 2nd March and 9th April 1827; pp. 169-71, to G. Swinton 7th Feb. 1827. (4) pp. 32-4, Lieut. A. McCally (Madras Commissariat) to Major-Gen. Campbell 11th March 1827. (5) Lord Combermere (Commander-in-Chief and Vice-President in Council), Minutes. pp. 47-111, 6th April 1827, Crawfurd's Mission to Ava; pp. 117-9, 9th April 1827, Appointments of Crawfurd, Major-Gen. Campbell and Capt. Burney in Burma; pp. 253-4, 11th June 1827, Postponements in the payment of the Burmese indemnity; p. 371, 14th May 1827, The Magh Levy in Arakan. (6) A. Stirling (Deputy Secretary, Political Department). pp. 113-5, to G. Swinton 17th March 1827; pp. 843-6, 852-4, 856-7, 858-60, 862, 875-82, to David Scott 5th April to 27th June 1828; p. 868, to C. J. Glass 30th May 1828. (7) pp. 121-7, 265-71, W. B. Bayley (Member of Council), Minutes of 10th April and 11th June 1827, The Burmese appointments and postponement of payment of the Burmese indemnity. (8) G. Swinton (Secretary in the Secret, Political and Foreign Department). pp. 129-30, 149-51, 285-8, 415, 435-6, to A. Stirling 12th April to 22nd June 1827; pp. 133-4, 205-11, 249-51, 273-83, 321-2, 711-2, 733-5, 943-4, 997, to Major-Gen. Campbell 12th April 1827 to 7th Feb. 1829; pp. 245-6, Reply to requests of Burmese Ambassadors 28th April 1827; pp. 247-8, to the Ministers of Ava 28th April 1827; pp. 291-3, to J. Crawfurd 15th June 1827; pp. 375-6, to R. Hunter and C. Paton 1st June 1827; pp. 411-3, 419-20, to Capt. H. Burney 6th July 1827; p. 433, to D. Hill 22nd June 1827; pp. 545-6, to G. Chester (President) and the Marine Board 15th June 1827; pp. 797-801, 895-904, to A. D. Maingy 8th Feb. 1828 to 23rd Feb. 1829; pp. 826-39, to David Scott 7th March 1828; p. 839, to Junior Commissioner in Assam [? R. Hunter] and Lieut.-Col. Cooper 7th March 1828; pp. 907-9, to R. Clive (Chief Secretary, Madras) 23rd Feb. 1829; pp. 915-7, to Capt. R. Ware 26th Feb. 1829; pp. 989-92, to Capt. F. J. Grant and Lieut. R. B. Pemberton 7th Feb. 1829. (9) pp. 153-5, 157-9, S. Fraser (Deputy Persian Secretary), Official Notes of 6th and 20th April 1827 relative to Henry Gouger and the Burmese Ambassadors. (10) pp. 159-66, Henry Gouger to S. Fraser 5th April 1827. (11) pp. 189-92, Capt. W. Spiers (? Merchant at Rangoon) to Major-Gen. Campbell 17th Feb. 1827, Protest against Sarkies Manook's attempt to obtain a Monopoly of the Burmese Trade; pp. 193-201, Sarkies Manook to Major-Gen. Campbell 19th Feb. 1827 on the same subject. (12) J. Crawfurd (Envoy to Burma). pp. 213-4, to G. Swinton 7th Feb. 1827, with, pp. 214-7, Descriptive Memoir of Ava; pp. 221-43, Defence of his conduct in his Mission to Ava 17th April 1827; pp. 783-91, Plan for supplying Land to Settlers in Tenasserim with Public Notification on the subject. (13) pp. 257-68, J. H. Harington (Member of Council), Minute of 8th June 1827, on the postponement of the payment of the Burmese Indemnity. (14) A. D. Maingy (Civil Commissioner of the Ceded Provinces). pp. 295, 759-78, to G. Swinton 6th April 1827 and 23rd Jan. 1828; pp. 295-6, to Major-Gen. Campbell 6th April 1827; pp. 791-3, to H. Wood (Accountant-General) 22nd Jan. 1828, Account of Receipts and Expenditures for Amherst. (15) p. 296, E. A. Blundell (Secretary to the Commissioners, Mergui) to A. D. Maingy 31st March 1827. (16) N. Wallich, M.D. (Superintendent-General of Government Plantations). pp. 299-300, to G. Swinton 1st May 1827; pp. 301-2, to Major-Gen. Campbell 29th April 1827. (17) pp. 316-7, Lieut.-Col. Edward Kelly (Deputy Adjutant-General) to Lieut. G. H. Rawlinson 21st April 1827. (18) R. Hunter and C. Paton (Commissioners for Arakan). pp. 347-57, 363-8, to G. Swinton 25th April to 6th May 1827; pp. 357-8, to Lieut.-Col. Wood (Commanding in Arakan) 30th April 1827; p 358, to Thomas Ambrose Shaw (Judge of Chittagong) 30th April 1827; p. 359, to Thomas Reid Davidson (Magistrate of Chittagong) 30th April 1827; pp. 866-7, to A. Stirling 14th May 1828. (19) pp. 379-82, H. Shakespear (Secretary) to R. Hunter and C. Paton 25th May 1827. (20) pp. 385-96, H. T. Prinsep (Acting Secretary) to R. Hunter and C. Paton 14th June 1827. (21) Capt. Henry Burney (Envoy to Siam). pp. 399-400, 405, to G. Swinton 23rd April and 12th May 1827; pp. 401-2, to J. Anderson 20th April 1827; pp. 405-8, to Robert Ibbetson 12th May 1827. (22) J. Anderson (Chief Secretary, Prince of Wales Island). pp. 400-1, to Capt. Burney 18th April 1827; p. 423, to D. Hill 8th Feb. 1827. (23) pp. 406-7, Robert Ibbetson (Member of Council, Prince of Wales Island) to Capt. Burney 4th May 1827, Quedah. (24) p. 423, David Hill (Chief Secretary, Madras) to G. Swinton 5th June 1827. (25) p. 424, Capt. Henry Ralfe (Military Secretary, Prince of Wales Island) to J. Anderson 8th Feb. 1827. (26) pp. 425-6, W. Morrison (Commissary-General, Madras) to D. Hill 3rd March 1827. (27) pp. 429-30, Lord Combermere and Bengal Council to R. Fullerton (Governor, Prince of Wales Island) 22nd June 1827. (28) pp. 439-45, D. E. Mallock, Extracts from private Diary July 1826 to 20th March 1827, Events in Siam during his stay at Bangkok. (29) pp. 447-80, G. Chester and H. Sargent (Members of the Board of Customs, Salt and Opium) to Bengal Council 18th July 1827, Report on Amherst Harbour; pp. 480-503, Capt. Daniel Ross to J. Trotter 10th May 1827; John Trotter (Secretary, Marine Board), pp. 503-4 to John Hayes 16th June 1827, pp. 509-10 to Captains G. Dawson, W. Spiers, W. J. Crawford, J. Aiken, G. H. Boyd, G. Sutherland and R. Crawfurd 30th June 1827, pp. 526-7 to J. H. Johnston 25th June 1827; pp. 504-8, Capt. John Hayes (Master Attendant) to J. Trotter 28th June 1827; pp. 510-3, Capt. G. H. Boyd (Almorah) to J. Trotter 4th July 1827; pp. 514-8, Capt. W. J. Crawley (Hastings) to J. Trotter 5th July 1827; pp. 518-21, Capt. George Dawson to J. Trotter 6th July 1827; pp. 522-4, Capt. Robert Crawfurd (Diana steam vessel) to J. Trotter 7th July 1827; pp. 525-6, Capt. George Sutherland to J. Trotter 11th July 1827; pp. 527-43, Capt. J. H. Johnston (Enterprise steam vessel) to J. Trotter 14th July 1827. (30) pp. 622-41, Lieut. J. T. Leslie (13th Madras N.I.) to Major-Gen. Campbell 3rd July 1827. (31) pp. 661-3, 669-70, 737-8, C. Tucker (Commissioner of Sylhet) to G. Swinton 24th July 1827 to 7th Jan. 1828. (32) pp. 663-6, 670-7, 738-47, Capt. F. J. Grant (Commanding Gumbhur Sing's Levy) to C. Tucker 7th July to 27th Dec. 1827. (33) Major J. Hodgson (Surveyor-General of India). p. 679, to G. Swinton 2nd Aug. 1827; p. 863, to A. Stirling 21st May 1828. (34) pp. 679-87, Lieut. R. B. Pemberton (Deputy Assistant Quartermaster-General and Surveyor, Manipur) to Major Hodgson 8th July 1827. (35) Lord Amherst (Governor-General). pp. 691-706, to R. Fullerton 23rd July 1827, Policy to be observed towards Siam; pp. 887-90, Lord William Beutinck's Minute of 19th Feb. 1829, Possible advantages and disadvantages from the Provinces ceded by Burma; pp. 919-21, General Order 12th Feb. 1829, Thanks to Major-Gen. Campbell. (36) p. 715, List of Packet to Secret Committee. (37) pp. 719-22, Capt. Robert Ware (Political Assistant) and Lieut. G. H. Rawlinson (British Agent at Rangoon) to G. Swinton 17th Dec. 1827. (38) pp. 751-4, Dr. John Adam (Secretary, Medical Board) to G. Swinton 4th Feb. 1828. (39) pp. 779-83, Capt. Daniel Ross (Marine Surveyor-General), Description of the Calagone Islands 27th Dec. 1827. (40) David Scott (Agent to the Governor-General on the North-East Frontier). pp. 805-18, to G. Swinton 2nd Feb. 1828; pp. 812-3, 849-51, 854-5, 857-9, 861-2, 865, 869-75, to A. Stirling 5th to 26th April 1828. (41) pp. 819-26, 855-6, 859-60, Capt. J. B. Neufville to David Scott 22nd Dec. 1827 to April 1828, Settlement of Assam. (42) p. 841, C. Paton (Commissioner of Akyab) to A. Stirling 5th April 1828. (43) pp. 841-2, R. Hunter (Commissioner of Arakan) to C. Paton 2nd April 1828. (44) pp. 860-1, Lieut. M. G. White (Superintendent of Arakan Roads) and W. Blunt (Special Commissioner) to David Scott 3rd May 1828. (45) pp. 863-4, H. Wood (Accountant-General) to A. Stirling 12th May 1828. (46) pp. 865-6, C. J. Glass (Civil Auditor) to G. Swinton 4th March 1828. (47) pp. 911-3, Resolution of Government 20th Feb. 1829, Arrangements in Tenasserim consequent on the resignation of Major-Gen. Campbell, Col. Vigoureux (H.M. 45th Regt.) to hold the Military Command. (48) pp. 969-70, Capt. Robert Ware to G. Swinton 2nd Feb. 1829. (49) pp. 977-86, Capt. F. J. Grant and Lieut. R. B. Pemberton (Commissioners for Manipur) to G. Swinton 13th Jan. 1829.

The Burmese War 1823-1828.  IOR/H/672  1829-1830

Contents:
(1) pp. 1-787, Enclosures in Bengal Secret Letters 27th Feb. 1829 to 9th Oct. 1830, Affairs of Burma, Tenasserim, Arakan and Manipur, Insurrection in Tavoy, Court Martial on Capt. Buxton, including:-- (2) pp. 1-7, W. B. Bayley (Member of Council) Minute of 20th Feb. 1829 on the Military and Civil Establishment in the Ceded Provinces. (3) G. Swinton (Secretary in the Secret, Political and Foreign Department). pp. 9-10, to Capt. R. Ware 20th Feb. 1829; pp. 17-8, 45-6, to Major.-Gen. A. Campbell 13th and 7th Feb. 1829; pp. 41-3, 561-3, 615-7, to Capt. F. J. Grant and Lieut. R. B. Pemberton 17th Feb. 1829 to 20th Aug. 1830; pp. 49-55, 117-20, 305-6, 355-6, 619-20, 639-40, 659-63, 677-8, 785-7, to A. D. Maingy 28th Aug. 1829 to 3rd Sept. 1830; pp. 257-69, 273-4, to the Ministers and Generals of Ava [December 1829]; pp. 307-8, to N. J. Halhed (Commissioner for Arakan) 31st Dec. 1829; pp. 323-4, to Major H. Burney 27th Nov. 1829; pp. 369-70, 381-2, 651, to R. Clive 19th March to 4th Aug. 1830; pp. 655-66, Note relative to Compensation to Europeans who had lost property in the Tavoy Insurrection 31st July 1830. (4) Lord William Cavendish Bentinck (Governor-General). pp. 13-4, General Order 13th Feb. 1829, Thanks to Major-Gen. Campbell; pp. 251-4, to the King of Ava [December 1829]. (5) pp. 21-2, Capt. R. Ware (British Agent at Rangoon) to G. Swinton 2nd Feb. 1829. (6) pp. 25-7, Major-Gen. Campbell to G. Swinton 22nd Jan. 1829. (7) pp. 29-39, 277-301, 565-86, Capt. J. F. Grant and Lieut. R. B. Pemberton (Commissioners for Manipur) to G. Swinton 13th Jan. 1829 to 10th July 1830. (8) Major H. Burney (Deputy Commissioner of Tenasserim and, later, Resident at Ava). pp. 57-114, 123-57, 163-6, 319-20, 327-34, 343-52, to G. Swinton 31st Aug. 1829 (Revolt in Tavoy) to 1st July 1830; pp. 195-7, to A. D. Maingy 2nd Nov. 1829; pp. 247-9, Commission from Lord Bentinck as Resident at Ava; p. 385, to Brig. Vigoureux 13th Feb. 1830; p. 340, to Capt. C. G. Alves 5th March 1830; pp. 587-9, to Capt. Grant and Lieut. Pemberton [April 1830], with, pp. 589-609, Extracts from his Journal at Ava and, pp. 609-12, Notes of Conference with the Burmese Authorities relative to Manipur. (9) Lieut. G. H. Rawlinson (British Agent at Rangoon). p. 159, to G. Swinton 10th Oct. 1829; pp. 231-5, to A. D. Maingy 23rd Nov. 1829. (10) pp. 160-1, C. Lane (Merchant at Ava) to A. D. Maingy 4th Aug. 1829, Payment of the Burmese Indemnity. (11) pp. 167-85, Capt. Carpenter Smith Buxton (Assistant to Civil Commissioner, Tavoy) to Major Burney 25th Sept. 1829. (12) A. D. Maingy (Civil Commissioner, Tenasserim). pp. 187-94, 211-8, 623-35, 643-7, 665-75, 681-4, to G. Swinton 13th Nov. 1829 to 4th Aug. 1830; pp. 198-9, 210, 242, to Brig. Vigoureux 7th Nov. 1829, Martaban Banditti; pp. 200-1, 204-9, to Lieut. A. McCally 7th and 10th Nov. 1829; pp. 225-30, to Lieut. G. H. Rawlinson 20th Nov. 1829. (13) pp. 201-4, 219-24, Lieut. A. McCally (Acting Assistant to the Commissioner of Tenasserim) to A. D. Maingy 8th and 10th Nov. 1829. (14) pp. 239-40, Brig. H. (? C. A.) Vigoureux to the Secretary in the Military Department (Col. W. Casement) 9th Nov. 1829. (15) pp. 242, 245, Lieut.-Col. H. T. Shaw (Commanding H.M. 45th Regt.) to Brig. Vigoureux 9th Nov. 1829. (16) pp. 311, 373-85, Richard Clive (Acting Chief Secretary, Madras) to G. Swinton 29th Dec. 1829 to 19th Aug. 1830. (17) pp. 312-5, Minute by Lieut.-Gen. G. T. Walker (Commander-in-Chief, Madras) 26th Dec. 1829, on the charges against Capt. Buxton; pp. 363-6, J. Bryant (Judge Advocate-General) to Col. W. Casement (Secretary in the Military Department) 3rd March 1830; pp. 374-8, 386-434, Lieut.-Col. T. H. S. Conway (Adjutant-General, Madras) to R. Clive 28th July 1830; pp. 439-43, Col. C. Fagan (Adjutant-General) to Col. Casement 25th Aug. 1830, All relating to the charges against and Court-martial on Capt. Carpenter Smith Buxton (3rd Madras N.I.). (18) pp. 335-8, Brig. C. A. Vigoureux (Commanding in Tenasserim) to Major Burney 10th and 21st Feb. 1830. (19) Lieut. J. Sandys. pp. 336-7, to Brig. Vigoureux 10th Jan. 1830; p. 338, to Assistant Adjutant-General, Moulmein, 16th Feb. 1830. (20) pp. 339-41, Capt. C. G. Alves (Deputy Judge Advocate-General) to Major Burney 5th March 1830. (21) pp. 359-60, W. F. Moreston (Opium Examiner) to H. M. Parker (Secretary to the Board of Customs, Salt and Opium) 11th Sept. 1830, Ava Opium. (22) pp. 445-559, Capt. F. J. Grant and R. Boileau Cumberland (Commissioners for Manipur) to G. Swinton 26th March 1830, Boundary Discussions with the Burmese Authorities relative to Manipur. (23) pp. 685-782, Assistant-Surgeon D. Richardson's Journal of his Mission to the Shans or Laos 11th Dec. 1829 to 10th March 1830, 20th June 1830.

The Burmese War 1823-1828.  IOR/H/673  1812-1827

Contents:
(1) pp. 1-779, Papers, Memoranda and Notes in the Board of Control relative to the War with Burma, the Maghs of Arakan, Siam, the Treaty with the Dutch 17th March 1824, including:-- (2) pp. 1-3, Extracts from Bengal Secret Letters 7th Dec. 1824 to 15th Jan. 1825. (3) pp. 5-6, 25-7, 43-5, Note on Burmese Aggression 23rd April 1825. (4) pp. 9-14, 29-32, 47-51, Note on Brig.-Gen. Campbell's letter of 16th Dec. 1824, prepared at the India Board 23rd April 1825. (5) pp. 17-20, 35-9, 397-8, 536, 539, 542-50, 667-70, 724-6, Brig.-Gen. A. Campbell (Commanding in Burma) to G. Swinton 16th Dec. 1824 to 9th April 1825. (6) pp. 55-237, "Origin and Progress of the War with the State of Ava," Memorandum prepared in the Secret Department of the India Board 15th Dec. 1824; pp. 57-62, List of Contents. (7) pp. 239-43, Statement of Secret Letters and paragraphs received from India relative to the Burmese War which have not been communicated to the Court of Directors 26th April 1824 to 31st Jan. 1825. (8) Lord Amherst (Governor-General) and Council. pp. 267-72, to Secret Committee 24th Aug. 1825; pp. 449-60, to Robert Fullerton (Governor, Prince of Wales Island) 13th May 1825; pp. 726-8, Minute of the Governor-General and Resolution in Council of 20th May 1825 on the Maghs of Arakan. (9) pp. 267-83, T. S. Raffles 30th Jan. 1825, Note on the Treaty with the Dutch (17th March 1824) regarding Territory and Commerce (Original). (10) G. Swinton (Secretary in the Secret, Political and Foreign Department). pp. 285-8, 304-12, 539-41, to Brig.-Gen. Campbell 20th to 28th May 1825; pp. 439-42, to Capt. Henry Burney 13th May 1825; pp. 447-9, to the Foreign Minister of Siam 13th May 1825; pp. 541-2, to the Secretary, Prince of Wales Island (? W. S. Cracroft) 27th May 1825; pp. 591-6, 609-14, 631-7, 649-54, to Lieut.-Col. James Nicol 31st Oct. to 24th Dec. 1823; p. 728, to Lieut.-Col. John Vaughan (Town Major, Fort William) 20th May 1825; p. 728, to T. C. Robertson (Agent to the Governor-General and Commissioner in Arakan) 20th May 1825. (11) pp. 293-312, Minutes by Lord Amherst (10th May 1825), John Fendall (18th May 1825), J. H. Harington (19th and 20th May 1825), and Edward Paget (20th May 1825), on the retention of Arakan. (12) pp. 315-58, "Statement respecting Capt. Burney's Mission to Siam in 1825," with, pp. 317-8, List of Contents. (13) pp. 363-74, "Memorandum on Dr. Crawfurd's Mission to Siam and Cochin-China as reported in the Political Letters from Bengal of 23rd Nov. 1821 and 27th Dec. 1822." See Crawfurd's Journal. .. . Siam and Cochin-China, 1828. (14) Lord Amherst (Governor-General). pp. 377, 467-75, 479-516, to Charles Watkin Williams Wynn (President of the Board of Control) 10th June 1824 to 4th May 1826; pp. 443-7, to the King of Ava 13th May 1825. (15) pp. 401-30, "Apprehended Invasion of Prince of Wales Island by a force collected by the Siamese Chief of Ligore... Treaty negotiated by Capt. Burney with the Raja of Ligore for the mediation of the British Government in settling his dispute with the Sultan of Ligore." India Board Memorandum (Signed B. S. J., i.e. Benjamin S. Jones, Senior Clerk to the Board). (16) pp. 442-3, Capt. Henry Burney's Credentials as Envoy to Siam [? 13th May 1825]. (17) pp. 463-5, 615-23, 755-79, Secret Committee to Lord Amherst and Bengal Council 4th Aug. 1824 to 3rd Aug. 1825. (18) pp. 519-31, Note on the British Conquests from the Burmese, south of Rangoon. (19) p. 535, Embarkation Return. (20) pp. 555-9, "Review of the Commencement, Progress and Termination of the late War with the State of Ava," signed B. S. J. [Benjamin S. Jones, Senior Clerk of the Board of Control] 27th Feb. 1827. (21) pp. 563-70, Notes on differences between the Government of India and the Naval Officers regarding Control of Transports 1st May 1827. (22) pp. 571-83, Abstract of Bengal Proceedings (Lord Minto to Lord Amherst, Governors-General) 25th May 1812 to 12th May 1824 regarding the Burmese and the Maghs of Arakan. (23) pp. 596-608, 637-49, Lieut.-Col. James Nicol (Adjutant-General) to G. Swinton 20th to 24th Nov. 1823. (24) p. 627, List of Papers. (25) p. 659, Extract, Marquis of Hastings to --, Calcutta, 27th July 1822, Burmese conquest of Assam, No danger of a rupture but necessity to reinforce the frontier. (26) pp. 663, 683-9, Lord Combermere (Commander-in-Chief) to the Governor-General in Council 29th Dec. 1825 to 2nd Jan. 1826. (27) pp. 664-5, Brig.-Gen. J. N. Hugh (?) to Lieut.-Col. Watson (Adjutant-General) 28th Dec. 1825. (28) pp. 671-6, Major R. Lacy Evans to Lieut.-Col. Tidy (Deputy Adjutant-General) 17th Nov. 1825. (29) pp. 677-82, Lieut.-Col. Charles Brook to Lieut.-Col. Tidy 17th Nov. 1825. (30) pp. 691-719, Prince of Wales Island Council to Court 2nd June 1825. (31) p. 723, David Hill (Chief Secretary, Madras) to G. Swinton 29th April 1825. (32) David Scott (Agent to the Governor-General, North-Eastern Frontier). pp. 729-30, to G. Swinton 14th March 1825; p. 730, to Lieut.-Col. George Warden (Commanding the 54th N.I. at Rangpur) 14th March 1825. (33) pp. 735-51, Summary of and Note on Governor-General's Despatch of 14th July 1824 on the Progress of the Burmese War.

The Burmese War 1823-1828.  IOR/H/674  1824-1826

Contents:
(1) pp. 1-1113, Enclosures in Bengal Secret Letters 7th Dec. 1824 to 11th April 1826, relating to the Burmese War, Disturbances in Hariana and Delhi, Reports on the Provinces of Tenasserim, Mergui, Tavoy, Prome, Bassein, Rangoon and Martaban, including:-- (2) pp. 5-6, 21-5, Brig.-Gen. A. Campbell to G. Swinton 7th Nov. 1824. (3) pp. 6-17, Lieut.-Col. Henry Goodwin to Brig.-Gen. Campbell 2nd Nov. 1824. (4) G. Swinton (Secretary in the Secret, Political and Foreign Department). pp. 29-52, to Brig.-Gen. Campbell 26th Nov. 1824; pp. 71-5, to J. Crawfurd 19th Nov. 1824; pp. 159-62, to David Scott 26th Nov. 1824; pp. 169-70, to C. Tucker 26th Nov. 1824; pp. 259-60, to C. Elliott 29th Oct. 1824. (5) pp. 55-69, Lord Amherst (Governor-General) and Council to Robert Fullerton and Council, Prince of Wales Island, 19th Nov. 1824, Mergui and Tavoy, Proper Policy towards Siam. (6) J. Crawfurd (Resident at Singapore). pp. 79-85, 479, to G. Swinton 30th Oct. 1824 and 7th Feb 1826; to G. Swinton p. 1023, 1st March 1826, with, pp. 1023-37, Instructions to District Officers under the Commissioners for Ava and Pegu and, pp. 1042-111, Notes on the Provinces of Prome, Bassein, Rangoon and Martaban; pp. 789-803, Note on A. D. Maingy's Report on Mergui (see H/667 (22)) 1st Jan. 1826. (7) pp. 85-9, F. J. Seal to J. Crawfurd 25th July 1824. (8) David Scott (Agent to the Governor-General, North-Eastern Frontier). pp. 91-2, 141-55, to G. Swinton 25th July to 11th Nov. 1824; pp. 99-100, to Lieut.-Col. A. Richards 15th Nov. 1824. (9) pp. 92-7, Major G. Cooper (Commanding at Champaran) to Capt. R. Bayldon (Brigade Major, Assam) 31st Oct. 1824. (10) pp. 97-8, 101-2, Lieut.-Col. A. Richards (Commanding in Assam) to David Scott 14th and 15th Nov. 1824. (11) pp. 103-13, Major E. F. Waters (Commanding Dinajpur Local Battalion) to Lieut.-Col. Richards 29th Oct. 1824. (12) pp. 117, 297-8, Major W. G. Patrickson (Deputy Adjutant-General) to G. Swinton 17th and 18th Nov. 1824. (13) pp. 118-9, Brig. W. Innes (Commanding Sylhet Frontier) to Lieut.-Col. J. Nicol 7th Nov. 1824. (14) pp. 121-2, 129, Col. R. Stevenson (Quartermaster-General) to G. Swinton 17th and 26th Nov. 1824. (15) pp. 122-5, 130-5, Lieut. J. B. Nenfville (Deputy Assistant Quartermaster-General) to Col. Stevenson 3rd to 9th Nov. 1824. (16) pp. 125-7, 136-7, Lieut. Thomas Fisher (Deputy Assistant Quartermaster-General) to Col. Stevenson 8th and 15th Nov. 1824. (17) pp. 135-6, Lieut. J. Richardson (in charge Q.M.G.'s Department, Assam) to Col. Stevenson 13th Nov. 1824. (18) pp. 165-7, C. Tucker (Commissioner of Sylhet) to G. Swinton 31st Oct. 1824. (19) pp. 173-87, T. C. Robertson (Political Officer, Chittagong) to G. Swinton 19th Nov. 1824. (20) Lieut.-Col. James Nicol (Adjutant-General). p. 189, to G. Swinton 4th Dec. 1824; pp. 190-4, to Brig.-Gen. Morrison (Commanding Chittagong Frontier) 24th Nov. 1824. (21) pp. 197-295, C. Elliott (Agent to the Governor-General at Delhi) to G. Swinton 6th Oct. to 13th Nov. 1824, with correspondence with Capt. H. E. Peach (Supervisor of the Higher Establishment), William Fraser (Second Member of the Board of Revenue, Western Provinces), H. S. Oldfield (Principal Assistant, Rohtak), Major-Gen. Thomas Reynell, R. Cavendish (Principal Assistant, Delhi), H. Graham (Assistant, Delhi), Major W. W. Davis (Commanding at Gurganj); pp. 297-307, Major-Gen. Thomas Reynell (Commanding at Meerut) to Lieut.-Col. James Nicol 27th Oct. 1824, with Correspondence with Capt. Showers, Lieut.-Col. Comyn, H. Graham and Capt. T. Macan; pp. 309-18, Proceedings in the Judicial Department 18th Nov. 1824, Disturbances at Hariana in the Rohtak Division under the Governor-General's Agent at Delhi. (22) p. 321, W. E. Fullerton (Deputy Secretary, Prince of Wales Island) to G. Swinton 8th Nov. 1825, with, pp. 322-68, Report on Tenasserim and Mergui 1st Oct. 1825, pp. 369-471 Report on Tavoy 1st Nov. 1825, and pp. 471-5 Report on Ye 1st Nov. 1825, all by Lieut. James Low. (23) Capt. H. Burney (Envoy to Siam). pp. 479-540, to Robert Fullerton January or February 1826 (First Report from Bangkok); pp. 544-632, Continuation of Journal 15th Jan. to 15th Feb. 1826, with, pp. 633-709, 720-86, Siamese Correspondence and, pp. 710-20, Suggestions respecting Siamese Negotiations submitted to the British Commissioners in Ava. (24) pp. 543-4, W. S. Cracroft (Secretary, Prince of Wales Island) to G. Swinton 26th March 1826. (25) R. Fullerton (Governor, Prince of Wales Island). pp. 807-15, to Lord Amherst 14th Feb. 1826; pp. 819-29, Minute of 14th Feb. 1826 on the retention of the Conquered Provinces. (26) Brig.-Gen. Campbell and T. C. Robertson (Commissioners in Ava and Pegu). pp. 831-4, to Lord Amherst 24th Feb. 1826, Treaty with Ava; pp. 839-41, to G. Swinton 29th March 1826. (27) Ross D. Mangles (Secretary to Commissioners for Ava and Pegu). pp. 843, 867, 905, 931, to G. Swinton 24th Feb. to 28th March 1826, with, pp. 843-63, 933-41, Resolutions of the Commissioners, and, pp. 941-53, Minutes by J. Crawfurd; pp. 906-7, to Capt. [C. G.] Alves (in Civil Charge, Bassein) 24th Feb. 1826; pp. 920-3, to Capt. Robert Fenwick 14th March 1826; pp. 923-7, to Major R. Lacy Evans 15th March 1826. (28) pp. 868-70, Lieut.-Col. W. Smelt (Acting in Command, Lower Provinces) to Ross D. Mangles 12th Jan. 1826. (29) pp. 871-7, Capt. J. Williamson (Deputy Political Agent with the Siamese Auxiliary Army) to Ross Mangles 14th Jan. 1826. (30) Capt. Robert Fenwick (in Civil Charge, Martaban). pp. 877-80, 919-20, 6th to 26th Jan. 1826; pp. 881-3, Memorandum on the Town and Province of Martaban 3rd Jan. 1826; pp. 883-4, Memorandum on the Administration of Civil and Criminal Justice 5th Jan. 1826. (31) pp. 884-900, Major H. Nicholson to Ross Mangles 15th Jan. 1826, On the Collection of Revenue. (32) pp. 907-18, Capt. J. Lumsden, H. Havelock (Second Deputy Assistant Adjutant-General) and G. Knox (Assistant Surgeon) to Ross Mangles 4th March 1826, Report on their ceremonial visit to Ava. (33) pp. 957-8, T. C. Robertson (Civil Commissioner, Ava and Pegu) to G. Swinton 14th March 1826, with, pp. 958-1019, Minutes of 20th Dec. 1825, 19th and 21st Jan., 1st Feb. and 28th March 1826. (34) pp. 1038-9, Statistic Table of the District of Rangoon.

The Burmese War 1823-1828.  IOR/H/675  1825-1827

Contents:
(1) pp. 1-943, Enclosures in Bengal Secret Letters 13th April 1826 to 6th Aug. 1827, Burmese Affairs and Siam, including:-- (2) R. Fullerton (Governor of Prince of Wales Island). pp. 1-158, to Lord Amherst and Council 14th Feb. 1826, Report on a system of Administration for the Revenue and Judicial Departments in Mergui and Tavoy; pp. 203-10, 259, Do. do. 14th and 16th Feb. 1826; pp. 215-8, to Major-Gen. Campbell and T. C. Robertson 2nd Feb. 1826; pp. 252-4, to A. D. Maingy 11th Feb. 1826. (3) pp. 159-97, Commercial Statements relating to Tavoy and Mergui. (4) pp. 211-4, Major-Gen. Campbell and T. C. Robertson (Commissioners for Ava and Pegu) to R. Fullerton 4th Jan. 1826. (5) pp. 219-20, Capt. J. (?) Williamson (Deputy Political Agent with Siamese Auxiliary Army) to A. D. Maingy 17th Jan. 1826. (6) W. E. Fullerton (Deputy Secretary, Prince of Wales Island). pp. 221-2, to Capt. Williamson 2nd Feb. 1826; pp. 229-31, to Capt. Robert Fenwick, 8th Feb. 1826; pp. 231-6, to Capt. H. Burney 4th Feb. 1826. (7) pp. 223-8, Ross D. Mangles (Secretary to Commissioners for Ava and Pegu) to Capt. Williamson 4th Jan. 1826. (8) p. 229, Capt R. Fenwick (in Civil Charge, Martaban) to Secretary, Prince of Wales Island (? W. S. Cracroft) 16th Jan. 1826. (9) A. D. Maingy (Civil Commissioner for Mergui and Tavoy). pp. 236-9, to R. Fullerton 10th Feb. 1826, with, pp. 239-52, Depositions relative to the Conspiracy to burn down the town; pp. 254-5, Do. do. 4th Feb. 1826; pp. 721-4, to G. Swinton 15th March 1827, with, pp. 724-9, Memoir by Capt. R. Fenwick on the portion of the Martaban Province south of the Salween River 5th Feb. 1827; pp. 733-54, Do. do. 1st May 1827. (10) pp. 254-7, Capt. J. Myers (7th Madras N.I., Commanding at Tavoy) to A. D. Maingy 25th Dec. 1825. (11) Capt. H. Burney (Envoy to Siam). pp. 260-372, Journal 23rd Dec. 1825 to 14th Jan. 1826; pp. 372-99, Siamese Correspondence; pp. 909-13, to G. Swinton 31st May 1827; pp. 914-27, to R. Ibbetson (Resident Councillor, Prince of Wales Island) 29th May 1827, with correspondence with the Raja of Ligore; pp. 933-9, Extract from his Report on the Siamese Mission dated 2nd Dec. 1826 with Supplemental Observations. (12) Minutes. pp. 403-89, by J. H. Harrington (30th May and 12th June 1826), Lord Combermere (5th June 1826), W. B. Bayley (10th and 17th June 1826) and Lord Amherst (13th and 14th June 1826) on J. Crawfurd's (Civil Commissioner for Ava and Pegu) Report on his visit to Martaban; pp. 557-618, 941-3, by Lord Amherst (12th May and 15th July 1827), Lord Combermere (11th June 1827) and W. B. Bayley (11th June 1827) on extension of term of payment of instalments of the Burmese Indemnity. (13) J. Crawfurd (Civil Commissioner for Ava and Pegu). pp. 493-7, to G. Swinton 16th May 1826, Retention of the Island of Negrais; pp. 621-3, Do. do. 18th June 1827, Resignation; p. 623, to Lieut.-Col. W. L. Watson (Adjutant-General) 18th June 1827; pp. 623-717, "Observations on the Resources and Administration of the British Acquisitions in Pegu," 18th June 1827. (14) G. Swinton (Secretary in the Secret, Political and Foreign Department). pp. 501-18, to J. Crawfurd 30th June 1826, Instructions as Envoy to Ava; pp. 521-39, Do. do. 30th June 1826, New Settlement at Amherst; pp. 543-9, to Brig.-Gen. Campbell 30th June 1826, Appointment to principal Civil and Military Command in the Ceded Provinces; pp. 551-4, 757-8, to A. D. Maingy, 7th July 1826 and 29th June 1827, Appointment as Civil Commissioner in the Ceded Provinces. (15) N. Wallich, M.D. (Superintendent-General, Government Plantations). pp. 761-3, to G. Swinton 25th April 1827, with, pp. 763-871, Report on Tour on the Salween River in Martaban 10th March to 8th April 1827; pp. 887-900, Do. do. 20th May 1827. His Tour to the Teak Forests; pp. 871-84, to Major-Gen. Campbell 23rd March and 25th April 1827, Tour to the Teak Forests on the Altran. (16) pp. 903-6, Major-Gen. A. Campbell (Commanding in the Ceded Provinces) to G. Swinton 18th May 1827.

The Burmese War 1823-1828.  IOR/H/676  1829-1830

Contents:
(1) pp. 1-530, Enclosures in Bengal Secret Letters 27th Feb. 1829 to 9th Oct. 1830, Burma, Siam and Tenasserim, including:-- (2) Minutes. pp. 1-12, by Lord William Bentinck (Governor-General, 19th Feb. 1829) and W. B. Bayley (20th Feb. 1829), Retention of Tenasserim and appointments in the Ceded Provinces; pp. 23-6, by C. T. Metcalfe (12th Feb. 1829), Retention of Tenasserim; pp. 65-85, by Lord W. Bentinck (22nd Aug. 1829), Retrocession of the Conquered Provinces; pp. 107-15, by C. T. Metcalfe (24th Aug. 1829), Retrocession of the Conquered Provinces; pp. 171-88, by Lord W. Bentinck (30th Dec. 1829) and W. B. Bayley (31st Dec. 1829), Retrocession of the Conquered Provinces. (3) G. Swinton (Secretary, Secret, Political and Foreign Department). pp. 15-21, 211-20, 261-6, to A. D. Maingy 23rd Feb. to 20th Nov. 1829; pp. 29-32, to R. Clive (Chief Secretary, Madras) 23rd Feb. 1829; p. 55, to Major-Gen. Campbell 15th Feb. 1829, with, pp. 56-63, Queries by Lord W. Bentinck, with Campbell's replies; pp. 137-49, Note on Bassein and the Negrais 15th July 1829; pp. 191-208, to Major H. Burney 31st Dec. 1829, His appointment as Resident at Ava; pp. 505-10, Do. do. 20th Aug. 1830. (4) pp. 35-9, Resolution by Lord W. Bentinck in Council 20th Feb. 1829, Arrangements in Tenasserim consequent on Major-Gen. Campbell's resignation. (5) pp. 43-52, Major-Gen. Archibald Campbell to G. Swinton 16th Feb. 1829, Opinion on the state of Burma. (6) A. D. Maingy (Commissioner of the Tenasserim Provinces). p. 89, to G. Swinton 8th April 1829, with, pp. 90-104, Replies to queries by Lord W. Bentinck during his visit to Tenasserim; pp. 153-9, 167-9, Do. do. 17th and 19th Oct. 1829; pp. 223-60, Do. do. 7th Oct. 1829, Trial of the Conspirators in Tavoy; pp. 273-85, 297-305, 513-30, Do. do. 12th Jan. to 16th March 1830; pp. 119-34, Observations on the proposed retrocession of Tenasserim 13th July 1829; pp. 162-4, to Charles Lane 16th Oct. 1829. (7) pp. 160-2, Charles Lane to A. D. Maingy, Ava, 4th Aug. 1829, Payment of Burmese Indemnity. (8) Major H. Burney (Resident at the Court of Ava). pp. 269-70, 309-33, to G. Swinton 26th Nov. 1829 to 24th June 1830; pp. 335-502, Extract from his Journal 23rd April to 24th June 1830. (9) pp. 286-93, Lieut. A. McCally (Acting Assistant to Commission, Ava and Pegu) to A. D. Maingy 30th Dec. 1829.

The Burmese War 1823-1828.  IOR/H/677  1830-1831

Contents:
(1) pp. 1-749, Enclosures in Bengal Secret Letters 11th Feb. to 4th March 1831, Correspondence between the Government of India and Major H. Burney, Relating to Burma and Manipur Frontier, including:-- (2) Major H. Burney (Resident at the Court of Ava). pp. 1-4, 71-80, 145-54, 235-46, 637-40, 651-8, to G. Swinton 8th Aug. 1830 to 4th Feb. 1831; pp. 4-46, 80-122, 246-316, 661-729, Journal at Ava 25th June 1830 to 4th Feb. 1831; pp. 47-68, 122-6, 141-2, 223-32, 317-9, Correspondence with Burmese Authorities; pp. 126-40, Queries regarding Burmese claims under the Treaty, with replies from Lieut. Pemberton 13th Aug. 1830; pp. 617-20, 641-4, to Capt. F. J. Grant 4th and 5th Jan. 1831; pp. 645-8, to Assistant Surgeon D. Richardson 19th Jan. 1831, Instructions for his journey from Ava to Manipur by land. (3) p. 323, Lieut. R. Boileau Pemberton (Commissioner and Surveyor, Eastern Frontier) to G. Swinton 9th Nov. 1830, with, pp. 324-58, his Private Journal 14th July to 1st Oct. 1830 of his journey by land from Manipur to Ava. (4) pp. 461-2, 551-6, 739-47, H. T. Prinsep (Secretary to the Governor-General) to G. Swinton 3rd Dec. 1830 to 18th April 1831. (5) pp. 465-74, Capt. G. H. Rawlinson (British Agent in Rangoon) to G. Swinton 24th Nov. 1830 to 6th Jan. 1831. (6) pp. 477-8, Capt. F. J. Grant (Commanding Manipur Levy) to G. Swinton 24th Oct. 1830. (7) Minutes. Lord W. Bentinck, pp. 481-6, 30th Nov. 1830, Measures to be taken in reference to the retention of Arakan; pp. 489-90, 25th Jan. 1831, Capt. Francis Jenkins (47th N.I.) to report on local conditions. (8) pp. 493-6, Lord W. Bentinck in Council's Resolution 4th Feb. 1831, Appointment of Capt. Jenkins to survey the Eastern Frontier. (9) G. Swinton (Secretary in the Secret, Political and Foreign Department). pp. 499-500, to Capt. Jenkins 4th Feb. 1831; pp. 503-4, to Lieut. Pemberton 4th Feb. 1831; pp. 507-11, to Capt. Jenkins and Lieut. Pemberton 11th Feb. 1831, Instructions as to their joint Survey of the Eastern Frontier; pp. 515-20, to N. J. Halhed (Commissioner for Arakan) and to Officer Commanding in Arakan 11th Feb. 1831; pp. 527-30, 597-8, to A. D. Maingy 19th Nov. 1830 to 4th March 1831, Compensation to Europeans for property lost in the Tavoy Insurrection and release of Burmese prisoners; pp. 559-64, to Major H. Burney 25th Feb. 1831; pp. 573-4, 633, to Lieut. G. Burney 18th Feb. and 4th March 1831. (10) pp. 523-5, R. Clerk (Military Secretary, Madras) to Secretary, Military Department [Col. W. Casement] 11th Feb. 1831, Compensation for losses in the Tavoy Insurrection. (11) pp. 535-7, R. Clive (Chief Secretary, Madras) to G. Swinton 14th Sept. 1830. (12) pp. 537-8, Lieut.-Col. T. H. S. Conway (Adjutant-General, Madras) to Robert Clerk 16th Sept. 1830. (13) pp. 539-47, Capt. James Sandys (19th Madras N.I.) to Lieut. Gen. G. T. Walker (Commander-in-Chief, Madras) 3rd Sept. 1830, requesting annulment of his conviction by Court-Martial at Moulmein for misconduct in the Tavoy Insurrection. (14) pp. 567-70, C. Morley (Accountant-General) to G. Swinton 9th Feb. 1831, with Statement of Bullion rceeived from Burma. (15) pp. 577-94, A. D. Maingy (Commissioner in Tenasserim) to G. Swinton 4th Feb. 1831. (16) pp. 601-26, Capt. F. J. Grant (Commissioner in Manipur) to G. Swinton 27th to 29th Jan. 1831. (17) pp. 629-30, Lieut. G. Burney (Assistant Resident in charge of the Burmese Envoy) to G. Swinton 2nd March 1830. (18) pp. 731-4, W. S. Barnard (Sub-Assistant to the Superintendent of Arakan) to Major H. Burney 4th Jan. 1831.

The Burmese War 1823-1828.  IOR/H/678  1817-1852

Contents:
(1) "Sketch with the view of ascertaining the N.W. Frontier of Bengal," January 1817. (2) "Map shewing the Eastern Boundary of the Province of Chittagong and its relative situation to Arracan." J. Cheape, Lieut. Engineers, 13th Oct. 1823. Signed by [Lieut.-Col.] J. A. Hodgson, Surveyor-General. (3) "Geographical Plan of the N.E. Frontier of Bengal with part of Assam," March 1824. (4) "Plan of the Fortress and City of Ava." Surveyed by Lieut. R. H. de Montmorency (65th N.I.), Quartermaster-General's Department, 1827. (Reproduced in Crawfurd's Journal, 1829.) (5) "Sketch of Mr. Scott's Route across the Hills from Sylhet to Noagong in Assam," in David Scott's letter of 4th June 1821. (6) "Rough Sketch of a Map of Ava, Siam, Cochin China." By P. Jackson, Lieut. Bombay Artillery, Assistant Engineer. Singapore, 1824. (7) "Sketch of the Coast of Arracan and Islands of Cheduba and Ramree." By P. Greenock, 1825. (8) Rough Map of Burma. Unsigned. Surveyor-General's Office, Calcutta, January 1825. (9) "Sketch of the Siamese States between Bankok and Queda." Surveyor-General's Office, Calcutta, 8th May 1825. (10) "Sketch of the Country bordering on the Burmapootra above Rungpoor." Surveyor-General's Office, 4th June 1829. (11) "Plan of the fortified town of Tavai." By Lieut. James Low (46th Madras N.I.). Surveyor-General's Office, 12th April 1826. (12) "Sketch of the Country round Moelmyne." Surveyor-General's Office, 23rd Oct. 1826. (13) Plan of the Anchorage of Amherst. ? 1828. (14) "Plan of the Port of Amherst." By Capt. D. Ross, Marine Surveyor-General, 1827. (15) "A Survey of the Martaban River." By Capt. D. Ross, 1827. (16) "Sketch of Part of Upper Siam and the Burmese Country N. and W. of it." ? by W. N. James. Surveyor-General's Office, 1830. (17) Plan of Port of Amherst. ? by M. Burke, n.d. (18) "Sketch of the Position taken up before Jooria by the Field Force commanded by Col. W. East on 8th Aug. 1815." (19) "Sketch showing the Investment of Bhurtpoor by the British Army on 11th Dec. 1825." (20) "Plan of the Province of Tavai." By Lieut. James Low. Surveyor-General's Office, 12th April 1826. (21) "Plan of the Route from Tavai towards Martaban through Kaleengaung and Ye." By Lieut. James Low. Surveyor-General's Office, 12th April 1826. (22) "Plan of the Burman Province of Mautama Martaban," presented to the Hon. R. Fullerton by -- the Compiler [i.e. Lieut. James Low]? 1825. (23) "Plan of the Town and Stockade of Martaban." By Lieut. James Low. ? 1826. (24) "Plan of the Stockaded Town of Ye." By Lieut. James Low. ? 1826. (25) "Sketch AA. shewing the Mouth of the River Mouttama and the Island of Pooloogyoon." Surveyor-General's Office, 14th April 1826. (26) "Chart shewing the Route pursued by Boats from Bassein to Rangoon by the Rivers." Compiled from Observations by Robert Moresby, First Lieut. H.C. Cruiser Mercury. Surveyor-General's Office, 25th May 1826. (27) Chart of the Port of Amherst with Inset showing months of the Salween and other Rivers. Surveyor-General's Office, 25th May 1826. (28) "A Sketch of the Conquered Provinces of Martaban, Ye, Tavoy and Mergui." Reduced and corrected by Capt. P. W. Grant, Survey Department. (29) "A Compass Sketch of the Irrawaddy, Sheet I. From Yankinzanyah to Prome and ten miles above." Taken by H. Donglas (Mate, I.N.). Approved by I. W. Tarleton (Commander, R.N., Commanding the Steam Flotilla, July 1852). (30) Sheet II of (29) above.

The Burmese War 1823-1828.  IOR/H/679  1826-1827

Contents:
(1) pp. 1-360, Enclosures in Bengal Secret Letter 23rd Feb. 1827, Mission of J. Crawfurd to the Court of Ava in 1826. See Crawfurd, Journal of an Embassy. .. Ava, 1827. (2) pp. 1-45, J. Crawfurd (Envoy to the Court of Ava) to G. Swinton (Secretary in the Secret, Political and Foreign Department) 21st Feb. 1827, Results of his Mission. (3) pp. 45-50, Commercial Treaty with Burmah concluded by J. Crawfurd 23rd Nov. 1826 (Printed in Aitchison, I, 274-6). (4) pp. 51-8, Literal Translation of the Treaty of Yandabo with the King of Burmah concluded by Major-Gen. Archibald Campbell and T. C. Robertson (Commissioners for Pegu and Ava) and Capt. H. D. Chads, R.N., 24th Feb. 1826, (The English version is printed in Aitchison, I, 271-4.) (5) pp. 61-360, Narrative of Crawfurd's Mission to Ava 1st Sept. 1826 to 25th Jan. 1827, signed by Crawfurd off Saugor 22nd Feb. 1827. (An amplified version, with Appendices of Official Instructions, &c., was published in London, 1829. This volume gives 1827 as the date of the Mission, though the latter was completed in 1826. Of the Illustrations, only the Plan of Ava by Lieut. de Montmorency appears to have been drawn by a Member of the Mission. The other Illustrations are by W. E. Reid, whose name does not occur in any of the Lists in the India Register for 1827.)

The Burmese War 1823-1828.  IOR/H/680  1824-1829

Contents:
(1) p. i, List of Contents, British Policy with regard to Burma. (2) pp. 1-9, Extracts from Secret Committee's Despatches to the Governor-General (Lord Amherst) 4th Aug. 1824 to 3rd Aug. 1825, Hostilities and Negotiations with Burma. (3) pp. 11-5, Printed copy of the Treaty of Yandaboo 24th Feb. 1826. (4) Minutes. pp. 17-96, by Lord Combermere (19th April 1826), Lord Amherst (23rd April 1826) and J. H. Harington (25th April 1826) and, pp. 175-99, by W. B. Bayley (6th May 1826) on the Treaty with Burma; pp. 203-11, by W. W. Wynn (President of the Board of Control 3rd Oct. 1826, Original) and, pp. 213-41, by Dr. Joseph Phillimore (20th Oct. 1826, Original) on the proper British policy in regard to Burma. (5) pp. 101-49, Notes by G. Swinton (Secretary in the Secret, Political and Foreign Department) on the action taken by Lord Hastings in the Treaty with Nepal 26th April 1826 and, pp. 151-70, Note on the use made by French privateers of Mergui and the Tenasserim coast as affecting our Policy towards Burma 1st May 1826. (6) pp. 243-83, Memorandum by the Secret Committee, London, 7th Nov. 1826, The disposal of the Conquered Provinces. (7) pp. 287-95, Note from the Duke of Wellington to W. W. Wynn 11th Nov. 1826, British Policy in regard to the Conquered Provinces. (8) pp. 299-300, Opinion of Lord Melville (24th Nov. 1826, Original) and of B -- on the Burmese question. (9) T. P. Courtenay, pp. 307-10, Sketch of a Despatch to be sent to India 7th Dec. 1826, and, p. 315, Note on the Secret Despatch 10th April 1827. (10) pp. 311-2, Extract of Letter from Secret Committee to the Governor-General (Lord W. Bentinck) 14th Aug. 1829, Powers of the Company to make acquisitions of Territory. (11) pp. 319-43, Memorandum by Lord Ellenborough 25th Nov. 1828 on the Provinces of Ye, Tavoy and Mergui, Renewed suggestions to abandon the conquered Provinces.

The Burmese Revolution.  IOR/H/681  Jul 1837

pp. 1-45

Contents:
From the Bengal Hurkaru, 14th, 15th and 17th July 1837.

Papers received from Madras sent to Lord North by the Court of Directors.  IOR/H/682  1782-1783

Contents:
(1) p. 1, Court of Directors to Lord North 8th April 1783, with copy of Papers received from Madras. (2) pp. 5-7, List of Papers received from Madras as below:-- (3) pp. 9-51, 53-62, 65-91, Extracts from Madras Letters to the Court of Directors 31st Aug., 25th March and 31st Aug. 1782. (4) pp. 93-122, Translation of letters from the Nawab Walajah (Muhammad Ali) to the Court of Directors 1st Nov. and 13th Oct. 1782, Complaints against Lord Macartney and the Madras Government. (5) pp. 125-8, Vira Permaul (Lord Macartney's Dubash) to Raja Ram Chandra, Renter of Ongole, 5th March 1782, Promising protection against the Nawab Walajah. (6) pp. 133-49, "Causes of the Ruin of Affairs in the Carnatic," Endorsed as a letter to the Directors from the eldest son (Umdat-ul-Umra) of the Nawab Walajah. (7) pp. 153-61, 457-9, 599-601, 627-9, 681-7, 835-42, Admiral Sir Edward Hughes to the Madras Council 5th July to 7th Oct. 1782; pp. 165-79, Account of the Transactions of his squadron on 5th, 6th and 7th July 1782. (8) pp. 181-96, Treaty of Salbye between the English and the Peshwa Madhu Rao Pandit, concluded by David Anderson 17th March 1782 (Printed in Aitchison, V, 41-5). (9) pp. 201-32, Nawab Walajah to Lord Macartney 17th Aug. 1782, complaining of the behaviour of the Madras Government; pp. 237-366, Lord Macartney's Minute 25th Sept. 1782 in reply. (10) pp. 371-81, Bombay Council to Warren Hastings and Bengal Council 27th Aug. 1782, Promising Co-operation against Hyder Ali. (11) pp. 381-92, 405-14, 416, 419-41, 457, 462-73, 529-62, 575, 584-95, 597-8, 673-9, 693-785, 788-807, 812-25, 842-5, 850-5, 867-74, Minutes of Madras Select Committee regarding Military and Naval Matters 11th Sept. to 5th Nov. 1782. (12) pp. 397-403, 414-5, 445-55, 460-2, 477-82, 497-501, 517-9, Sir Eyre Coote to Madras Council 12th to 26th Sept. 1782. (13) pp. 417-8, William Ross to Madras Council 18th Sept. 1782, Provision of Grain for the Army. (14) Bengal Council. pp. 485-6, to Madras Council 25th Sept. 1782, Provision for a base for the Fleet on the Madras Coast after the French capture of Trincomalee; pp. 489-95, to Admiral Hughes 25th Sept. 1782. (15) Madras Council. pp. 505-13, to Eyre Coote 25th Sept. 1782, Refusal to allow King's or Company's troops to be sent to Bengal; pp. 521-6, to Col. Ross Lang 26th Sept. 1782, Instructions regarding his command at Tanjore and of the Troops south of the Coleroon; pp. 631-65, 847-9, to Admiral Hughes 7th and 11th Oct. 1782, His resolve to carry the Fleet to Bombay; pp. 859-65, to Admiral Bickerton 20th Oct. 1782. (16) Major-Gen. James Stuart (Commander-in-Chief, Madras). pp. 537-62, Minute of 30th Sept. 1782, His position in Council; pp. 785-9, to Madras Council 25th Oct. 1782; pp. 567-72, to Warren Hastings and Bengal Council 30th Sept. 1782, Asking their decision on his difference with the Madras Government; pp. 827-31, to Secretary John Hudleston 30th Oct. 1782. (17) p. 576, Admiral de Suffrein to Lord Macartney 28th Sept. 1782, Asking Passports for Cartel ships carrying the former garrison of Trincomalee; pp. 577-82, Capitulation of Trincomalee. (18) pp. 583-4, Col. W. Fullarton to Madras Council 1st Oct. 1782. (19) pp. 595-6, John Sullivan to Madras Council, Negapatam, 3rd Oct. 1782. (20) Capt. Andrew Mitchell (H.M.S. Sultan). pp. 602-8, to Admiral Hughes [October 1782]; pp. 689-90, Declaration relative to his capture of the French ship Ligard off Tranquebar; pp. 669-73, M. Abbestie (Dutch Chief) to Capt. Mitchell (2nd Oct. 1782) warning him against breach of Neutrality and to Madras Council (3rd Oct. 1782) complaining of breach committed. (21) pp. 611-23, Case of Engineer and Capt. John Byres October 1782, Eyre Coote's refusal to effect his exchange with a French prisoner. (22) pp. 808-9, John Hutchinson (? Chief at Anjengo) to Madras Council 2nd Oct. 1782. (23) pp. 809-12, Col. Ross Lang (Commanding at Tanjore) to Madras Council 11th Oct. 1782. (24) pp. 856-8, Admiral Sir Richard Bickerton to Madras Council 19th Oct. 1782.

Correspondence of Warren Hastings, with related papers.  IOR/H/683  1784

Contents:
(1) pp. 1-507, Correspondence between the Governor-General (Warren Hastings) whilst in Oudh and the Bengal Council 18th Feb. to 21st Oct. 1784, Sindia, Rana of Gohad, Nana Farnavis and the Peshwa, Bombay Military Force, Negotiations between the Madras Government and Tipu Sahib, Reception of Jawan Bakht, Proposed reductions in the Sepoy Force, Mutiny of Madras Sepoys at Arni, Coinage, Ismail Beg, Zemindari of Benares, Almas Ali Khan, Reorganisation of Oudh. (2) pp. 1-3, Resolution of the Bengal Council 17th Feb. 1784 investing Warren Hastings with full authority to adjust the Nawab Vizir of Oudh's debts to the Company, and to reform his Revenue System and consolidate his authority. (3) pp. 4, 6-7, 29-33, 84, 88-9, 119-25, 179-83, 208-15, 218-20, 225-7, 247-50, 271-2, 302-3, 389-93, 395-6, 449, Bengal Council to Warren Hastings 18th Feb. to 8th Oct. 1784. (4) Warren Hastings (Governor-General). pp. 5, 8-9, 16-28, 79, 85-7, 90-116, 127-39, 149-57, 184-96, 203-6, 216-7, 223-4, 228-46, 255-9, 262-7, 273-95, 299-301, 304-8, 363-71, 383-4, 394, 397-438, 446-7, 450-63, 479-507, to Bengal Council 28th Feb. to 21st Oct. 1784; pp. 141-2, 378-80, to Mahadji Sindia 21st April 1784; pp. 158-60, to Prince Jawan Bakht 24th April 1784; pp. 163-6, to Shah Alam 24th April 1784, Acknowledging the suzerainty of the Mughal, but declining to lay hands on a descendant of Timur in the person of his son; p. 386, to F. Fowke 27th June 1784; pp. 444-5, to Asaf-ud-daula 26th Aug. 1784. (5) pp. 59-66, Bombay Council to Sindia 17th Feb. 1784. (6) pp. 161-2, Shah Alam to Warren Hastings [April 1784] (7) Jawan Bakht (i.e. Jahandar Shah, eldest son of Shah Alam). pp. 169-70, 172, to Warren Hastings 30th April 1784, Protection from his Father; p. 171, to Asaf-ud-daula 30th April 1784. (8) pp. 197-200, Proposed Declaration by the Governor-General and Council requiring the inclusion of the Nawab of Arcot in the Treaty concluded by the Madras Council with Tipu Sultan. (9) pp. 207, 260-1, 296, 439-43, Asaf-ud-daula (Nawab Vizir of Oudh) to Warren Hastings 4th May to 25th Aug. 1784. (10) pp. 235-42, Warren Hastings to Council 25th May 1784, and Council's reply 16th June 1784, on the confusion of Coinage. (11) p. 311, Warren Hastings to Col. Gilbert Ironside and to Lieut.-Col. Sir John Cumming 16th May 1784 regarding rebellious intentions of Almas Ali Khan, subject of the Nawab Vizir, with, pp. 315-59, Correspondence between Col. Gilbert Ironside (Commanding the Third Brigade and the Troops in the Field), John Bristow (Resident at Lucknow), Col. James Morgan, Gen. Giles Stibbert, Col. [R.] Blair, Major W. McCary, Major W. Watson, Major [G.] Roberts, Capt. Robert Dennis, Major James Dunn, Col. Sir John Cumming and James Anderson (Resident in Sindia's Camp) 10th Dec. 1783 to 22nd May 1784. (12) pp. 385-6, F. Fowke to Warren Hastings 22nd Jan. 1784. (13) pp. 463-78, Report by Lieut. Turner to Warren Hastings on Golam Murtaza's (Kanungo of Benares) statement relative to concealed treasures of Chait Sing.

Papers received from Bombay forwarded to Henry Dundas by the Court of Directors.  IOR/H/684  1783-1785

Contents:
(1) pp. i-ii, List of Contents. (In this List pp. 111-89 have been transferred to Persia, Vol. 21) (2) p. 1, T. Morton (Secretary to the East India Company) to Henry Dundas (Member of the Board of Control) 13th April 1785, Forwarding Papers received from Bombay. (3) p. 5, Statement of the Company's Debts, Bombay 1st Nov. 1784. (4) pp. 9-13, Intercepted Letter from Mons. Montigny (French Resident at Poona) to Mons. le Mareschal de Castries (Minister and Secretary of State, Versailles) 22nd -- 1784, Position of affairs amongst the Marathas, Designs of the British relative to the Indian Powers. (5) pp. 17-21, James Anderson (Resident with Sindia) to R. H. Boddam (Governor of Bombay) 13th Dec. 1784, Sindia and the Sidi, The Peshwa granted the management of Shah Alam's affairs as Vakil-ul-Mulk, but the whole actual power in the hands of Sindia as the Peshwa's representative. (6) pp. 25-32, 37, 71, Lists of Papers. (7) pp. 41-3, Lieut.-Col. John Campbell to Governor of Bombay, Tellicherry, 4th Feb. 1784, His reasons for surrendering Mangalore to Tipu Sultan. (8) pp. 45-56, Letters from Messrs. Anthony Sadleir, George Leonard Staunton and John Hudleston (Commissaries) to the Governor of Bombay (William Hornby and Rawson Hart Boddam) 10th Feb. to 18th March 1784, with, pp. 56-64, Treaty with Tipu Sultan 11th March 1784 (Printed in Aitchison, V, 263-6) and, pp. 64-8, Articles proposed to Tipu Sultan relative to the Presidency of Bombay 21st Feb. 1784 (not in Aitchison). (9) pp. 75-83, Proceedings of the Bombay Council 4th June 1784, Refusal to allow Brig.-Gen. Norman Macleod of the King's Service to assume command over the Company's troops, The General's consequent refusal to dine with the Governor, Lieut.-Col. Lawrence Nilson appointed Brigadier-General to give him superior rank to Brig.-Gen. Macleod. (10) pp. 87-100, Lists of Officers and men released by Tipu Sultan; p. 101, List of Officers not yet surrendered 2nd to 15th April 1784. (11) pp. 103-8, Letters from Brig.-Gen. Richard Mathews to Hyat Sahib Jemadar 28th Jan. to 15th Feb. 1783, Delivered by Mr. Sibbald to the Governor of Bombay.

Correspondence between George Forster and Henry Dundas.  IOR/H/685  1785

Contents:
(1) p. 1, List of Contents. (2) p. 3, Note to the effect that George Forster (a Madras Civilian and, later, author of A Journey from Bengal to England through the Northern Part of India, Kashmir and Afghanistan, 1808) was requested to write down his views on the Political State of India by Henry Dundas. (3) Letters from George Forster to Henry Dundas. pp. 5-32, 10th May 1785, Mysore and Tipu Sultan, Malabar and Coorg, with, pp. 33-40, Details of various routes; pp. 41-74, 21st May 1785, The Maratha States, Peshwa, Sindia, Holkar, Bhonsla, Raja of Berar; pp. 75-89, 3rd June 1785, Nizam; pp. 90-114, 9th June 1785, Sikhs (no mention of the Sikh legend of the coming of the English), Pathans, Afghans and Kashmir.

Papers concerning revenue, administrative and judicial matters in India.  IOR/H/686  1792-1812

Contents:
(1) pp. 1-207, "Sketch of Revenue Management in the Ceded [by Tipu Sultan] Countries North of the Cavery under the Gentoo, the Moorish and the Hon. Company's Government as enclosed in Capt. [Andrew] Read's Letter dated 15th Nov. 1792." (See H/693 (3).) (2) pp. 209-23, Minute by Lord William Bentinck (Governor of Madras) 19th June 1805, Permanent Revenue Settlement and Country Judicature, Queries to Board of Revenue (Madras) and replies. (3) pp. 225-308, "Report of the [Principal] Collector [Thomas Munro] of the Ceded Districts 15th Aug. 1807, on the Advantages and Disadvantages of the Zemindarry Permanent Settlements and of the Ryotwar Settlements." (4) pp. 313-491, "Report of Messrs. [George Lenox] Prendergast and W. Steadman [Revenue Commissioners] on the local Institutions and Fiscal Resources of the District of Broach" 31st May 1807; pp. 491-508, R. L. Goodwin (Secretary, Bombay) to the Commissioners 1st Feb. 1808, with thanks for their Report and Instructions for the current year's Jamabandi. (5) pp. 511-632, Report of the Committee of General Police (M. Dick, J. Hodgson, T. B. Hurdis and E. C. Greenway) 20th March 1805 and, pp. 633-62, Regulation for establishing a uniform system of Police in Madras and, pp. 664-76, Regulation for empowering the Zillah Magistrates, Collectors and Commercial Residents to hold Quarterly Sessions. .. the said Sessions to take cognizance of nuisances, passed by the Governor in Council of Fort St. George. (6) pp. 681-735, J. Leith to Court of Directors 23rd Jan. 1808, London, 12, Gloucester Place, New Road, Remarks upon the present Judicial or Adalat System of India. (7) pp. 737-41, Extract of letter from [William] Thackery (Magistrate of Masulipatam) 1st May 1805 (in Madras Secret Letter 12th Feb. 1806), Evil effects of the Land Revenue Settlement. (8) pp. 745-51, Proceedings of Board of Revenue, Madras, 16th Aug. 1807, addressed to the Collector of Dindigul, explanatory of the Principle of Village Settlements. (9) pp. 753-68, Col. Munro's Observations on the Judicial System. (10) pp. 773-5, Edward Strachey to the Register of the Court of Appeal Council and Circuit for the Division of Bareilly 1st Nov. 1806 (Original), with, pp. 777-85, Regulation for the Government of the Zillah of Agra, passed by the Governor-General in Council. (11) pp. 791-824, Customs Regulations, Bengal, Madras, Bombay and Surat. (12) pp. 829-32, Extracts and Notes respecting Zemindars. (13) pp. 833-6, Lord Minto and Bengal Council to Directors 18th Dec. 1812, Expediency of increasing the Establishment of Covenanted Servants in Bengal. (14) p. 839, List of Contents.

Extracts relating to Geographical Subjects from Dr. Francis Buchanan's Burma Journal.  IOR/H/687  20 Mar 1795-23 Nov 1795


Related information: Buchanan's complete Journals are amongst the Buchanan-Hamilton Papers in the India Office. Records.

Contents:
Enclosure No. 35 in Bengal Political Letter 17th April 1798 (? Original).

Mission of Joshua Uhthoff to Goa; danger of French attack; Portuguese claims in Canara.  IOR/H/688  1799

Contents:
(1) pp. 1-249, Enclosures in Marquis Wellesley's Letter to the Secret Committee 26th Oct. 1799, Joshua Uhthoff's Mission to Goa, Danger of French attack, Portuguese Claims in Canara, including:-- (2) pp. 1-5, Commissioners for the Affairs of Mysore (Arthur Wellesley, Henry Wellesley, William Kirkpatrick, Barry Close) to Joshua Uhthoff [5th July 1799], Instructions as to his Mission to Goa. (3) Lord Mornington (i.e. Marquis Wellesley, Governor-General). pp. 9-13, 235-44, to Francisco Antonio da Viega Cabral 14th Sept. 1799; pp. 169-71, to Joshua Uhthoff 15th Oct. 1799. (4) Joshua Uhthoff (Envoy to Goa). pp. 17-22, to Commissioners for Mysore 15th July 1799; pp. 33-95, 159-62, 177-92, to Lord Mornington 14th Aug. to 18th Sept. 1799; pp. 109-10, to Col. Sir William Clarke, 3rd Sept. 1799; pp. 113-4, to Capt. James Urmston (H.C.S. Sir Edward Hughes) 3rd Sept. 1799; pp. 135-45, to Major-Gen. James Hartley (Commanding the troops in Canara) 10th Sept. 1799; pp. 155-7, to Capt. George Holmes 10th Sept. 1799; pp. 201-5, to Jonathan Duncan 17th Sept. 1799. (5) pp. 25-30, Col. William Kirkpatrick (Military Secretary) to Joshua Uhthoff 20th Aug. 1799. (6) pp. 99-106, Jonathan Duncan (Governor of Bombay) to Joshua Uhthoff 2nd Sept. 1799. (7) pp. 117-8, 121-31, 147-51, Military Returns. (8) Francisco Antonio da Viega Cabral (Governor and Captain-General of the Portuguese Possessions in India). pp. 163-5, 173-4, to Lord Mornington 12th Sept. and 15th Oct. 1799; pp. 217-32, 247-9, Do. do. 13th June to 14th Aug. 1799; pp. 209-12, Public Declaration of thanks for British assistance 15th Sept. 1799. (9) pp. 193-9, Col. William Clarke (Commanding the Troops proceeding to the Coast) to Joshua Uhthoff, n.d. (10) pp. 213-4, Capt. George Holmes (Commanding at Sadasheo Garh) to Joshua Uhthoff 14th Sept. 1799.

Protection of Portuguese settlements in India and China against the French.  IOR/H/689  1801

Contents:
(1) pp. 1-184, Enclosures in Bengal Secret Letter 30th Nov. 1801, Protection against the French of the Portuguese Possessions in India and China (As Macao and the Portuguese Settlements in China were all in Chinese Territory, British interference in their behalf was resented by the Chinese Government), including:-- (2) Bombay Council. pp. 1-2, 47-8, to Marquis Wellesley 20th Oct. and 2nd Nov. 1801; pp. 3-7, 80, to the Viceroy of Goa 20th Oct. and 2nd Nov. 1801; pp. 13-5, to Vice-Admiral Rainier 20th Oct. 1801; pp. 17-8, to Richard Hall and Select Committee of Supracargoes at Canton 20th Oct. 1801; pp. 51-82, Council Proceedings 1st and 2nd Nov. 1801. (3) pp. 9-11, Robert Rickards (Secretary, Bombay) to Col. Sir William Clarke 20th Oct. 1801. (4) Bengal Council. pp. 21-5, to Admiral Sir Home Popham 12th Nov. 1801; pp. 181-4, to Richard Hall and Select Committee of Supracargoes at Canton 30th Nov. 1801. (5) pp. 29-44, Admiral Sir Home Popham to Bengal Council 14th Nov. 1801. (6) Col. Sir William Clarke (British Envoy to and Commanding Officer at Goa). pp. 51-4, 65-7, 71-82, to Bombay Council 21st to 27th Oct. 1801; pp. 55-6, to Col. Arthur Wellesley 25th Oct. 1801. (7) p. 83, Military Return of Troops at Bombay 2nd Nov. 1801. (8) Marquis Wellesley (Governor-General, Writing from Benares.) pp. 87-93, 119-21, to Bombay Council 17th and 21st Nov. 1801; pp. 95-8, to Madras Council 17th Nov. 1801; pp. 99-101, to Officer Commanding H.M. Naval Forces in the China Seas 17th Nov. 1801, To protect Macao; pp. 103-18, to George Hilaro Barlow and Council, Bengal, 20th Nov. 1801; pp. 123-8, to Francisco Antonio da Viega Cabral (Viceroy and Captain-General at Goa) 26th Nov. 1801; pp. 131-40, to Sir William Clarke 20th Nov. 1801; pp. 143-9, to Vice-Admiral Rainier 20th and 29th Nov. 1801; pp. 153-60, to James Drummond (President of the Committee of Supracargoes at Canton) 20th Nov. 1801 (Printed in Martin, II, 611-4); pp. 161-3, to Sir Home Popham 20th Nov. 1801; pp. 165-70, to Portuguese Governor of Macao 21st Nov. 1801. (9) pp. 173-7, C. R. Crommelin (Acting Chief Secretary, Bengal) to Lieut.-Col. Robert Hamilton (Commanding the Troops proceeding on Foreign Service) 30th Nov. 1801.

Missionaries at Serampore.  IOR/H/690  1807

Contents:
(1) p. i, Contents. (2) pp. 1-243, Enclosures in Bengal Secret Letters 2nd Nov. and 7th Dec. 1807, Missionaries at Serampore, Memorial from Dr. C. Buchanan. (3) pp. 1-5, Lists of Packets. (4) Translations of various pamphlets in Persian, Bengali or Hindustani, judged to be offensive to Muhammadans or Hindus and printed in 1806 or 1807 by the Society of Missionaries at Serampore, viz. pp. 9-21, Address to Muhammadans; pp. 126-33, "Some Account of Mohummud"; pp. 149-52, Distinction between Christ and Krishna; pp. 155-61, The Forerunner of the Bible; pp. 163-203, Book called the Rise of Wisdom (in verse). (5) pp. 25-9, 81-6, 137-9, Lord Minto and Council to Jacob Kresting 1st Sept. to 5th Oct. 1807, Measures to restrain the Missionaries. (6) pp. 33-40, Examination of Rev. W. Carey by the Chief Secretary 2nd Sept. 1807. (7) pp. 43-4, 89-90, 145-7, Rev. William Carey to N. B. Edmonstone 4th Sept. to 20th Oct. 1807. (8) pp. 47-9, 67-70, 121-5, Jacob Kresting (Governor of Serampore) to Lord Minto and Council 3rd to 30th Sept. 1807, Readiness to comply with all requirements of the Bengal Council, even to the suppression of the printing of all religious books, including Bibles, at Serampore, but pointing out that for five years or more the action of the Missionaries had been the same and had given no offence to anyone. (9) pp. 51-3, Memorandum by Mr. Blaquière 6th Sept. 1807 on the mode of conducting worship in the house hired by the Missionaries in Calcutta. (10) N. B. Edmonstone (Chief Secretary). pp. 55-9, 141-2, to Rev. W. Carey 5th Sept. and 5th Oct. 1801, Prohibition of public preaching in Calcutta and of publication at Serampore of abusive pamphlets; pp. 61-5, to G. Dowdeswell (Superintendent-General of Police) and Magistrates for the Town of Calcutta 8th Sept. 1807. (11) Revs. William Carey, Joshua Marshman, William Ward, William Moore, Joshua Rowe and Felix Carey. pp. 73-9, to Jacob Kresting 8th Sept. 1807; pp. 93-119, to Lord Minto 30th Sept. 1807. (12) pp. 207-9, Rev. Claudius Buchanan to Lord Minto 9th Nov. 1807, with, pp. 211-43, a letter or memorial on the present condition of the Christian Religion in Bengal owing to the hostility of the Government towards its propagation.

Madras legal papers.  IOR/H/691  1807-1814

Contents:
(1) pp. i-ii, List of Contents. (2) pp. 1-714, Enclosures in Law Letters from Madras 14th March 1807 to 30th June 1814, Petition of Andreapa, Conduct of Sir Henry Gwillim (see H/431 (2)), Carnatic Claims, Trial of James Battley, Rights of Juries, Case of Robert Sherson. (3) Alexander Anstruther (Advocate-General, Madras). pp. 1-17, 41-53, 65-72, 85-148, 186-97, to Lord William Bentinck, February 1809; pp. 383-92, to G. Buchan 27th Feb. 1809; pp. 395-403, 471-97, 515-50, to Sir George Hilaro Barlow (Governor of Madras) 5th Sept. 1810 to 6th Feb. 1811; pp. 441-67, 511-2, 571-3, 611-2, to Alexander Falconer September 1810 to January 1811. (4) pp. 21-2, G. Keble (Secretary, Madras) to Sir Henry Gwillim 14th March 1807, Petition of Andreapa. (5) pp. 25-34, Sir Henry Gwillim (Puisne Judge of Supreme Court of Judicature, Madras) to G. Buchan 4th March 1806. (6) G. Buchan (Chief Secretary, Madras). p. 37, to Alexander Anstruther 5th March 1807; pp. 208-10, to Commissioners for Carnatic Debts 3rd Feb. 1809. (7) pp. 57-8, Capt. J. Grant (Superintendent of Police, Madras). pp. 57-8, Memorandum of reasons for discharging Adi, a Police peon, 7th March 1807; pp. 163-72, to Lord W. Bentinck, n.d. (8) Lord William Bentinck (Governor of Madras), Minutes. pp. 57-8, 14th March 1807, Approval of Capt. Grant's action; pp. 155-62, 21st July 1807, The Gwillim Case; pp. 214-7, 8th Feb. 1809, Complaints of the Commissioners for the Carnatic Debts. (9) pp. 77-80, Madras Council to Sir Thomas Andrew Strange and Sir Benjamin Sulivan (Puisne Judge of the Supreme Court) 12th July 1809. (10) pp. 177-83, Sir Thomas Strange (Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, Madras) to Lord W. Bentinck 22nd July 1807. (11) pp. 203-25, Proceedings of Madras Council 8th Feb. 1809, Complaint of the Commissioners for the Carnatic Debts, Consequent transfers of Officers. (12) Commissioners for investigating the Debts of the late Nawab of the Carnatic (W. Parker, S. T. Goad, Henry Russel). pp. 203-8, 210-4, 253, to G. Buchan 6th to 22nd Feb. 1809, Case of James Battley; pp. 258-60, to Madras Merchants 22nd Feb. 1809; pp. 329, 337, 379, to Messrs. Parry, Abbott and Maitland 3rd and 7th Feb. 1809; pp. 422-4, to H.M. Justices of the Peace for the Town of Madras 26th July 1808; pp. 559-65, to Alexander Falconer 9th Jan. 1810. (13) pp. 227-8, 245-9, Minutes by William Petrie (Member of Council, Madras) 10th and 28th Feb. 1809, Rights of Juries. (14) pp. 231-46, 265-6, 269-70, G. H. Barlow (Governor, Madras) and Council to Lord Minto (Governor-General) 10th to 25th Feb. 1809. (15) pp. 254-7, Claim of Madras Merchants to share in the Carnatic Fund 18th Feb. 1809. (16) Messrs. Thomas Parry, William Abbott and R. A. Maitland. p. 273, to Governor Barlow 24th Feb. 1809; pp. 277-83, 353-70, to Court of Directors 23rd and 27th Feb. 1809; pp. 285-323, Application to Commissioners for the Carnatic Debt, n.d.; pp. 325-7, 353, to Commissioners 5th and 6th Feb. 1809; p. 349, to G. Buchan 27th Feb. 1809. (17) pp. 341-6, Proceedings in Madras Supreme Court 22nd Feb. 1809, The King on the Prosecution of Sadras Vinaigum Moodeliar against John Battley and Reddy Row. (18) R. A. Maitland. pp. 375-8, to Governor Barlow 27th Feb. 1809; pp. 415-21, 433-9, to Alexander Falconer 29th Jan. to 31st July 1810. (19) pp. 407-11, 507, 615, Lists of Papers. (20) Messrs. Abbott and Maitland. p. 427, to A. Falconer 13th July 1810; pp. 428-30, to the Court of Directors 13th July 1810. (21) Alexander Falconer (Chief Secretary, Madras). pp. 499-500, to R. A. Maitland 14th Sept. 1810; p. 503, to Alexander Anstruther 14th Sept. 1810. (22) William Dunbar Brodie (Register of Carnatic Debts). pp. 555-6, to Alexander Falconer 26th July 1810; pp. 556-7, to Governor Barlow 25th July 1810; pp. 575-607, to William Thackeray (Chief Secretary, Madras) 30th Nov. 1810. (23) pp. 566-7, John Parkhouse (Secretary, Carnatic Office) to the Commissioners for the Carnatic Debt 9th Jan. 1810. (24) pp. 619-714, Samuel Trotter (Advocate General, Madras) to Lieut.-Gen. John Abercromby (Governor, Madras) 31st May 1814, Case of Robert Sherson (Collector of Customs and Reporter of External Commerce).

Papers on judicial and revenue Matters.  IOR/H/692  1808-1814

Contents:
(1) p. i, Contents. (2) pp. 1-9, "Memorandum respecting Sir George Barlow's promised Digest of the Answers to Lord Wellesley's Queries regarding the advantages of the Bengal Judicial System and Permanent Settlement circulated amongst the Judges of Bengal in the year 1801." By James Cumming (a clerk in the Secretary's Office, India Board) October 1808. (3) pp. 13-23, "Memorandum respecting the Irregular Transmission of the Regulations from India." By James Cumming, India Office, 2nd Dec. 1809. (4) pp. 25-98, "Abstract View of the General Provisions of the Judicial System of Fort St. George in regard to Civil Justice." Not signed, but apparently by Cumming, with autograph notes on slips pinned to certain pages, July 1811. (5) pp. 99-166, "Permanent Settlement," Notes of the Correspondence since the year 1734 between the Court of Directors and the Madras Government in regard to a Permanent Settlement and the proceedings adopted up to 1803 for introducing that Measure, with an outline of the leading principles on which it is founded. By James Cumming, 1st Jan. 1811. (6) pp. 169-70, "References to Measures respecting the Settlement of the Land Revenue and the Administration of Justice in the Ceded and Conquered Provinces." (7) pp. 173-208, "Notes respecting the Rules of Police in the Lower Provinces of Bengal and an account of the state of it in 1808 as taken from the Dispatches received," March 1811. (8) pp. 213-6, Paragraphs (not complete) intended for insertion in a Judicial Dispatch to Madras 29th April 1814, relative to use of Muhammadan Law, Note by Cumming to the effect that the Board preferred to let the matter stand over. (9) pp. 217-37, Account of the Progress of Judicial Administration in the Bombay Territory. By James Cumming, 1809. (10) pp. 241-79, "Memoranda of leading points in the Revenue Administration in the Territories subject to the Bombay Government since the establishment of the India Board." By James Cumming, 1809.

Papers on judicial Matters.  IOR/H/693  1779-1813

Contents:
(1) p. i, List of Contents. (2) pp. 1-120, "Memoir on the revision of the Judicial System under the Government of Fort St. George with a view to the reduction of Expence and the more expeditions and efficient Administration of Justice." By James Cumming (Clerk in the Secretary's Office, India Board) (Original), Revenue and Judicial Department 12th March 1811. (Duplicate of H/694 (2).) (3) pp. 125-35, Extract from Capt. [? Alexander or Andrew] Read's letter of 15th Nov. 1792 on the Revenue Management North of the Cavery under the Gentoo, the Moorish and the Company's Government. (See H/686 (1).) Other extracts on Village Headmen and Panchayets, the last from a letter of 30th July 1794. (4) p. 137, Expences of Establishment of Provincial and Zillah Courts under the Madras Government, 1809. (5) pp. 141-2, Extract from Mr. J. Sullivan's Tracts on Arbitration among the Hindus. (See J. Sullivan, Tracts upon India; written in the years 1779, 1780 and 1788.) (6) pp. 151-379, "Some Considerations on the State of the Police of British India as suggested on a perusal of the Collections of Papers replying to the Bengal Judicial P.C. No. 65 recently received from the India House." By James Cumming 17th Aug. 1813 (Original, duplicate of H/694, pp. 121-216); pp. 383-480, Supplements (duplicate of H/694, pp. 221-350); pp. 487-538, "Memoir Supplementary to the Consideration on the Police of India." By James Cumming, 13th Dec. 1813.

Papers on judicial Matters.  IOR/H/694  1811-1813

Contents:
(1) p. i, List of Contents. (2) pp. 1-104, "Memoir on the Revision of the Judicial System under the Government of Fort St. George." By James Cumming, 12th March 1811 (duplicate of H/693 (2)). (3) pp. 109-18, "Brief View of the powers and jurisdiction of Judicial Functionaries under the Madras Regulations," 1811. (4) pp. 121-216, "Some considerations on the State of the Police of British India," by James Cumming 17th Aug. 1813 (duplicate of H/693, pp. 151-379); pp. 221-350, Supplements (duplicate of H/693, pp. 383-480).

Mutiny of the European officers of the Madras Army 1809  IOR/H/695-700  1808-1815

6 volumes

Mutiny of European officers of the Madras Army.  IOR/H/695  1809-1815

Contents:
(1) p. iii, List of Contents. (2) pp. 1-218, Enclosures in Lord Minto's Letter to the Chairman 25th April 1809 (Secret Department), relative to the disturbances amongst the European Officers of the Madras Army, caused by the Madras Government suspending Major Thomas Boles (Deputy Adjutant-General) for publishing a General Order, dated 28th Jan. 1809, attacking the Government, by Lieut.-Gen. Hay Macdowall, the retiring Commander-in-Chief (see Lieut.-Col. W. J. Wilson, History of the Madras Army, III, 247-95), including:-- (3) G. H. Barlow (Governor of Madras). pp. 1-10, 69-81, 215-8, to Lord Minto (Governor-General) 1st to 16th April 1809; pp. 87-9, to Jonathan Duncan 8th April 1809. (4) pp. 13-6, 99-106, Major-Gen. Francis Gowdie's (Commander-in-Chief) Circular Letters to Officers Commanding Divisions 5th March and n.d. 1809. (5) pp. 21-2, 95, Lieut.-Col. Thomas Montresor (Commanding at Secunderabad) to Major-Gen. Gowdie 21st and 29th March 1809. (6) pp. 25-9, Lieut.-Col. Henry Davis (Commanding in Mysore) to Major-Gen. Gowdie, n.d. (7) pp. 33-6, Lieut.-Col. Aldwell Taylor (Commanding Northern Division) to Major-Gen. Gowdie, n.d. (8) pp. 41-2, Lieut.-Col. W. Wilkinson (Commanding Southern Division) to Major-Gen. Gowdie 13th March 1809. (9) pp. 45-7, Lieut.-Col. J. Cuppage (Commanding Detachment) to Major-Gen. Gowdie 15th March 1809, with indignant letter from Lieut.-Col. S. Gibbs (H.M. 59th Regt.). (10) pp. 53-4, Capt. J. Grant (Commanding the Bodyguard) to Major [Robert] Barclay (Military Secretary, Madras) 19th March 1809 (Private), His resignation, with, pp. 57-9, copy of the letter from himself and other officers to Major Thomas Boles approving his conduct and offering support. (See H/696 (6) and (8).) (11) pp. 61-2, Note of conversation between Major-Gen. Gowdie and Major Boles, when the latter absolutely refused to make any concession to Government. (12) pp. 65-6, Lieut.-Col. Colin Macaulay (Resident in Travancore) to A. Falconer (Chief Secretary, Madras) 24th March 1809. (13) p. 83, Jonathan Duncan (Governor, Bombay) to G. H. Barlow 23rd March 1809 (Private). (14) pp. 91-3, Lieut.-Col. W. Wallace to Major-Gen. Gowdie 20th March 1809. (15) pp. 111-20, 127-46, Major James Leith (Judge Advocate-General), Opinions on the Officers' address to Major Boles and Memorial to Lord Minto. (See H/696 (7).) (16) pp. 123-5, Charges against Lieut.-Col. John Munro, Quartermaster-General. (17) pp. 151-214, Private Memorandum by Lieut.-Col. [John] Munro on the Officers' behaviour 16th April 1815.

Mutiny of European officers of the Madras Army.  IOR/H/696  1809

Contents:
(1) pp. 1-348, Enclosures in Madras Secret Letters 13th May to 6th Sept. 1809, relating to disturbances amongst the European Officers of the Madras Army, including:-- (2) Lord Minto (Governor-General) and Council to Madras. pp. 1-7, 20th Feb. 1809, approving Madras Government's action in reference to Lieut.-Gen. Hay Macdowall, the Officers' Memorial; pp. 225-309, 27th May 1809, General Question of the relations of the Military to the Civil Authority. (3) pp. 9-40, Minute by George Hilaro Barlow (Governor of Madras) 1st May 1809 on the Officers' Memorial to the Governor-General and their Address to Major Thomas Boles. (4) pp. 45-59, Examinations of Clerks in the Military Board Office engaged by the Officers in copying certain documents. (5) Major-Gen. Francis Gowdie (Commander-in-Chief) to Officers Commanding Divisions. pp. 61-85, 5th March 1809, relative to the circulation of seditious papers amongst the Officers, with replies from Lieut.-Col. Aldwell Taylor (Commanding the Northern Division), Major-Gen. J. Patel (in charge of the Ceded Districts), Col. W. Wilkinson (Commanding the Southern Division), Lieut.-Col. Henry Davis, Lieut.-Col. Thomas G. Montresor (Commanding at Secunderabad), Lieut.-Col. W. Wallace (Collector of Tulligaum) and Lieut.-Col. Cuppage (the only reply deemed to be unsatisfactory by the Governor); pp. 121-7, Do. do. 10th April 1809, The Address to Major Boles; p. 137, to Alexander Falconer 28th April 1809. (6) pp. 89-101, The Officers' Memorial to the Governor-General; pp. 105-7, the Officers' Address to Major Boles. (See H/695 (10).) (7) pp. 109-17, Major James Leith (Judge Advocate-General), Memorandum on the question as to how far a military officer is bound to obey the commands of his superior when they are illegal. (See Vol. 695 (15) above.) (8) pp. 129-33, Private Letter from Capt. J. Grant (Commanding the Bodyguard) to Major Robert Barclay (Military Secretary) 19th March 1809. (See H/695 (10).) (9) Lieut.-Col. J. Cuppage (Commanding in Malabar and Travancore). pp. 137-8, to Lieut.-Col. Henry Davis 17th April 1809; pp. 139-40, to Officers commanding in Tellicherry, Cannanore and Mangalore. (10) pp. 138-9, 154, Lieut.-Col. Henry Davis (Commanding in Mysore) to Major-Gen. Gowdie 21st and 24th April 1809. (11) Lieut.-Col. J. De Morgan (Commanding at Tellicherry). pp. 141-4, to Lieut.-Col. Cuppage 14th April 1809; pp. 217-21, to Alexander Falconer 10th May 1809. (12) pp. 145-6, Lieut.-Col. S. W. Ogg to Major-General of Brigade, n.d. (13) pp. 146-7, Lieut.-Col. S. A. Sturt to Capt. Snow (Brigade Major in Malabar), n.d. (14) pp. 150-3, Major-Gen. J. Pater (in charge of the Ceded Districts) to Major-Gen. Gowdie 19th April 1809. (15) p. 153, Lieut.-Col. J. M. Chalmers (Commanding in Travancore) to Major-Gen. Gowdie 24th April 1809. (16) pp. 157-213, Lists of Papers. (17) General Orders by the Governor of Madras in Council. pp. 161-71, 1st May 1809, Censuring the Army officers for their Memorial to the Governor-General and the Address to Major Boles and punishing Lieut.-Col. St. Leger, Major John de Morgan, Capt. Josiah Marshall, Capt. James Grant, Lieut.-Col. Robert Bell, Lieut.-Col. J. M. Chalmers, Lieut.-Col. John Cuppage and Capt. J. M. Coombs; pp. 173-5, 1st May 1809, Making various appointments rendered necessary by the previous General Order; pp. 345-8, 26th and 30th Aug. 1809, Reappointment of Col. Barry Close to the command at Hyderabad, Good behaviour of the native troops during the disturbances in Mysore. (18) Alexander Falconer (Chief Secretary, Madras). pp. 177-8, to Major-Gen. Gowdie 1st May 1809; pp. 181-2, to Lieut.-Col. Askill or Officer Commanding at Vizagapatam; pp. 189-90, to Capt. Tremenshaw of the Asia 1st May 1809; pp. 193, 209-11, to Col. W. Wilkinson 1st and 3rd May 1809; pp. 205-6, to Lieut.-Col. Colin Macaulay 7th April 1809. (19) pp. 197-8, Madras Council to Lord Minto 1st May 1809, with No. (3) above. (20) Lieut.-Col. Arthur St. Leger. pp. 201-4, 333-6, to Alexander Falconer 26th April and 18th June 1809; pp. 311-26, Memorial to the Court of Directors 19th June 1809; pp. 336-43, Application to the Supreme Court of Judicature to order production of evidence. (21) p. 329, Private Letter from Lieut.-Col. Colin Macaulay to Lieut.-Col. St. Leger 25th Feb. 1809, Assuring him that matters have been settled in his favour. Apparently deals with some earlier trouble.

Mutiny European officers of the Madras Army.  IOR/H/697  1809

Contents:
(1) pp. 1-631, Enclosures in Madras Secret Letter 10th Sept. 1809, relating to disturbances amongst the European Officers of the Madras Army (A large number of these letters are demi-official or secret and private), including:-- (2) Lieut.-Col. Thomas G. Montresor (Commanding at Secunderabad). pp. 5-9, 41-7, 53-4, 377-80, 429-30, 450-1, to Major-Gen. Gowdie (Commander-in-Chief) 15th May to 11th July 1809; pp. 15-20, 397-8, 565-74, to Lieut.-Col. R. Barclay 18th May to 24th July 1809; pp. 374-6, to Capt. Sydenham 18th July 1809; pp. 385-90, to Major George Neale (Commanding 1st Regt. N.C.) n.d.; pp. 445-50, to Lieut.-Col. S. Doveton 10th July 1809. (3) pp. 9-14, Major-Gen. F. Gowdie (Commander-in-Chief) to Lieut.-Col. Montresor 23rd May 1809. (4) Lieut.-Col. R. Barclay (Military Secretary). pp. 20-2, 463-4, to Lieut.-Col. Montresor 27th May and 15th July 1809; pp. 155-61, 171-2, to Lieut.-Col. John Malcolm 12th and 22nd July 1809; pp. 419-24, 462-3, to Capt. Thomas Sydenham 15th and 28th July 1809; pp. 460-1, 489-90, 509-11, 628-31, to Col. Barry Close 15th July to 4th Aug. 1809; pp. 466-8, to Officers Commanding Divisions 21st July 1809; pp. 468-70, to Arthur Henry Cole (Residency Secretary, Mysore) 21st July 1809; pp. 474-7, to Col. Henry Davis [21st July 1809]; pp. 482-8, 514-5, to Lieut.-Col. Ross Lang 15th and 26th July 1809; pp. 512-4, to Major-Gen. John Pater (Commanding Ceded Districts) 26th July 1809; pp. 521-5, to Lieut.-Col. S. Irton 27th July 1809. (5) Officers of the Hyderabad Force. pp. 25-7, to the Officers of the Army 20th May 1809; pp. 27-9, to Lieut.-Col. John Chalmers [20th May 1809]; pp. 29-31, to Lieut.-Col. John Bell (Commanding the Artillery) [20th May 1809]; pp. 31-4, to Lieut.-Col. A. St. Leger [20th May 1809]; pp. 34-7, to Capt. Josiah Marshall (Secretary, Military Board) [20th May 1809]; pp. 49-53, to Governor Barlow 15th June 1809; p. 373, to Major J. M. Vernon (Secretary to the Commander-in-Chief) 11th July 1809; pp. 381-4; 399-402, to Lieut.-Col. Montresor 18th and 21st July 1809. (6) pp. 57-60, Major S. Storey (in charge, Masulipatam) to Adjutant-General (T. H. S. Conway) 26th June 1809. (7) Lieut.-Col. James Innis (Commanding Madras European Regiment at Masulipatam). pp. 71-86, 96-104, 265-6, 268-9, 280-93, to the Adjutant-General 26th and 29th June 1809; pp. 87-8, 93-6, to Commander of H.M.'s ships at Masulipatam 24th June 1809; pp. 274-5, 277, 322-34, 343-4, 356-7, to Lieut. Nixon (Adjutant of the Madras European Regiment) 27th May 1809; pp. 257-64, 294-318, to Lieut.-Col. J. Malcolm 19th and 20th July 1809; pp. 346-7, to Lieut. D. Forbes 5th June 1809; pp. 348, to Lieut. J. S. Spankie [5th June 1809]; p. 351, to Lieut. G. G. Maitland [5th June 1809]. (8) A. Falconer (Chief Secretary). pp. 88-9, to Lieut.-Col. Innis 22nd June 1809; pp. 425-6, to Capt. Thomas Sydenham 29th July 1809; pp. 497-509, 526-7, 534-5, to Col. W. Wilkinson 26th to 28th July 1809; pp. 531-3, to Lieut.-Col. P. Stewart, n.d.; pp. 535-6, to Lieut.-Col. B. Forbes 28th July 1809; pp. 536-7, to Col. H. Davis 28th July 1809. (9) pp. 89-92, Capt. Charles Foote (H.M. Piedmoutaise) to Lieut.-Col. J. Innis 24th June 1809. (10) pp. 107-10, Extract from Madras Gazette 24th Jan. 1809, Lieut.-Gen. Hay Macdowall's speech when reviewing the Madras European Regiment (under Col. Aldwell Taylor) at Masulipatam. (11) Lieut.-Col. John Malcolm (Resident at Mysore). pp. 111-44, 163-6, 184-221, 230-2, to Governor Barlow 4th July to 1st Aug. 1809; pp. 145-52, 166-9, 175-83, to Lieut.-Col. Barclay 7th to 21st July 1809; pp. 222-9, 361-9, Extracts from Journal of 18th July 1809; pp. 233-56, to Major-Gen. Gowdie 1st Aug. 1809. (12) Capt. T. H. S. Conway (Adjutant-General). pp. 267, 279-80, to Officer Commanding the Northern Division 27th May and 8th June 1809; pp. 318-22, 341-3, to Officer Commanding the Madras European Regiment 17th and 18th May 1809. (13) pp. 267-8, Lieut. F. N. Balmain (Acting Adjutant-General) to Officer Commanding the Northern Division 31st May 1809. (14) Officers of the Madras European Regiment. pp. 269, 275, to Lieut. G. L. Nixon (Adjutant) 27th May 1809; pp. 270-3, 334-7, 353-5, to the Adjutant-General 24th to 27th May 1809; pp. 275-7, 337-40, 358-60, to Lieut.-Col. J. Innis 25th and 27th May 1809. (15) Lieut. D. Forbes. pp. 344-5, to Lieut.-Col. Innis 22nd May 1809; p. 345, to the Adjutant-General 22nd May 1809. (16) Lieut. J. S. Spankie. pp. 347-8, to Lieut.-Col. Innis, n.d.; pp. 349-50, to Governor Barlow 24th May 1809. (17) pp. 350, 352, Lieut. G. G. Maitland to Lieut.-Col. Innis, 24th May 1809. (18) Capt. Thomas Sydenham (Resident at Hyderabad). pp. 374, 393-6, 402-11, 578-83, to Governor Barlow 18th to 28th July; pp. 593-7, to Lieut.-Col. S. Doveton 28th July 1809. (19) Lieut.-Col. S. Doveton (Commanding Detachment in Berar). pp. 431-2, to Officer commanding Hyderabad Subsidiary Force 6th July 1809; pp. 432-4, to Major-Gen. Gowdie 6th July 1809; pp. 451-3, to Lieut.-Col. Montresor 7th July 1809. (20) pp. 435-44, Officers of the Corps at Jaulnah to Major-Gen. Gowdie 6th July 1809, with an Address to Lord Minto. (21) Sir George Hilaro Barlow (Governor of Madras). pp. 457-9, to Col. Barry Close 14th July 1809; pp. 464-6, 537, to Sir Thomas Maitland (Governor of Ceylon) 15th and 28th July 1809. (22) pp. 472-4, 491-5, 625-7, Col. W. Wilkinson (Commanding Southern Division of the Army) to Lieut.-Col. Barclay 18th to 30th July 1809. (23) pp. 474-7, Col. H. Davis (Commanding in Mysore) to Lieut.-Col. Barclay 20th July 1809. (24) pp. 477-81, 538-9, Major-Gen. Robert Croker (Commanding at Bellary) to Lieut.-Col. Barclay 20th and 25th July 1809. (25) pp. 486-8, 557-63, 575-6, Lieut.-Col. Ross Lang (Commanding at Vellore) to Lieut.-Col. Barclay 22nd to 29th July 1809. (26) pp. 516-7, Major Valentine Blacker (Deputy Quartermaster-General) to [? Col. Wilkinson] 26th July 1809. (27) Lieut.-Col. P. Stuart or Stewart (Commanding in Travancore). pp. 529-31, to A. Falconer 16th July 1809; pp. 540-2, 549-51, 554-6, to Lieut.-Col. Barclay 21st to 23rd July 1809; pp. 601-8, to Col. Colin Macaulay 23rd July 1809. (28) pp. 542-6, A. H. Cole (in charge, Mysore Residency) to Lieut.-Col. Barclay 26th July 1809. (29) Col. Colin Macaulay (Resident in Travancore). pp. 548, 563-4, 601, to Lieut.-Col. Barclay 20th to 24th July 1809; pp. 551-3, to Lieut.-Col. Stuart 20th July 1809. (30) pp. 564-5, K. Macaulay [? Assistant Surgeon] to Col. Colin Macaulay, n.d. (31) pp. 576-8, 599-600, Lieut.-Col. Benjamin Forbes (Commanding in Malabar and Canara) to Lieut.-Col. Barclay 21st to 25th July 1809. (32) pp. 608-19, Col. Barry Close (Resident at Poona) to Lieut.-Col Barclay 24th July 1809. (33) pp. 619-22, Major W. Blackburn (Resident at Tanjore) to Governor Barlow 1st Aug. 1809.

Mutiny European officers of the Madras Army.  IOR/H/698  1809

Contents:
(1) pp. 1-573, Enclosures in Madras Secret Letter 10th Sept. 1809 relating to disturbances amongst the European Officers of the Madras Army (A few of the Letters are marked Secret and Confidential), including:-- (2) Lieut.-Col. S. Gibbs (Commanding at Bangalore). pp. 1-3, 107-10, to Lieut.-Col. Barclay 31st July and 6th Aug. 1809; pp. 151-2, 154-5, 157-62, 220-2, to Col. H. Davis [8th to 9th Aug. 1809]; pp. 193-8, 201-6, to A. Falconer 10th and 12th Aug. 1809; pp. 198-9, to Assistant Adjutant-General in Mysore [Capt. Thomas Webster] 10th Aug. 1809. (3) Alexander Falconer (Chief Secretary). p. 4, to Lieut.-Col. Gibbs 3rd Aug. 1809; pp. 28-30, 71-3, 80-1, 131-7, 171-2, to Col. H. Davis 4th to 8th Aug. 1809; pp. 125-7, to A. H. Cole 10th Aug. 1809; pp. 337, 367-8, to Lieut.-Col. P. Stuart 9th and 10th Aug. 1809; pp. 357-60, to Major-Gen. Pater 10th Aug. 1809. (4) Lieut.-Col. Henry Davis (Commanding in Mysore). pp. 9-10, 25-6, 25th and 29th July 1809; pp. 33-42, 78-80, 84-7, 93-5, 149-51, 193-6, 213-20, 232, 235, 237-42, to A. Falconer 30th July to 14th Aug. 1809; pp. 76-7, 101, 125, to Lieut.-Col. J. Bell and Officers in control at Seringapatam 3rd to 5th Aug. 1809; pp. 152-3, 155-7, to Lieut.-Col. S. Gibbs 3rd and 4th Aug. 1809. (5) Lieut.-Col. J. Bell (1st Bat. Artillery and Commanding in Seringapatam). pp. 10-1, 14-6, to Assistant Adjutant-General, Mysore (Capt. Thomas Webster) 23rd and 24th July 1809; pp. 88, 95-6, 139-45, 169-70, to Col. H. Davis 31st July to 8th Aug. 1809; pp. 145-6, to Poona [6th Aug. 1809]; pp. 181-2, to Purniah (Diwan of Mysore), n.d.; pp. 207-8, to Major-Gen. F. Gowdie (Commander-in-Chief) 10th Aug. 1809; pp. 209-13, to Lord Minto (Governor-General) 9th Aug. 1809. (6) Lieut.-Col. Robert Munro (2nd Bat. 15th N.I.). pp. 11-4, to Officer Commanding Garrison at Seringapatam 22nd July 1809; p. 96, to Senior Officer at Seringapatam 3rd Aug. 1809; pp. 119-22, to A. H. Cole and Col. Davis 4th Aug. 1809. (7) Officers of the 2nd Bat. 15th N.I. to Lieut.-Col. Munro, n.d.; pp. 17-8, to Officer in Command, n.d. (8) p. 19, Officers of the 1st Bat. Artillery to Lieut.-Col. Bell, n.d. (9) p. 20, Capt. Thomas Webster (Assistant Adjutant-General, Mysore) to Officer Commanding at Seringapatam 24th July 1809. (10) Lieut.-Col. Robert Barclay (Military Secretary). pp. 26-7, to A. H. Cole 4th Aug. 1809; pp. 115-6, to Col. Davis 9th Aug. 1809; pp. 319-22, to Col. W. Wilkinson 8th Aug. 1809; pp. 322-4, to Col. Barry Close 8th Aug. 1809; pp. 338-31, to Lieut.-Col. P. Stuart 9th Aug. 1809; pp. 342-4, to Lieut.-Col. B. Forbes 9th Aug. 1809; pp. 345-7, to Major-Gen. R. Croker 9th Aug. 1809; pp. 416-7, to Capt. Thomas Sydenham 10th Aug. 1809. (11) pp. 42-5, Lieut.-Col. J. Bell, Lieut.-Col. R. Munro and Major D. C. Kenney to Col. Davis [? 30th July 1809]. (12) A. H. Cole (in charge Residency, Mysore). pp. 45-54, 74-5, 81-3, 88-92, 102-5, 116-9, 123-4, 127-30, 133-9, 172-81, 187-90, 200, 223-6, 229-32, to A. Falconer 30th July to 14th Aug. 1809; pp. 83-4, to Lieut.-Col. Bell 1st Aug. 1809; pp. 147-8, to Lieut.-Col. Barclay 8th Aug. 1809; pp. 190-3, to Captains Asgill and Mackintosh or Officer Commanding at Chittledroog, n.d. (13) James A. Casamajor (Acting Resident at Seringapatam). pp. 59, 63-6, to A. Falconer 29th July 1809; pp. 60-2, 66-7, to Lieut.-Col. Bell 29th and 30th July 1809. (14) pp. 61-2, 68, Capt.-Lieut. George Cadell (Town Major) to J. A. Gasamajor 29th July 1809. (15) p. 92, Lieut. E. Oldnall (Fort Adjutant) to A. H. Cole [2nd Aug. 1809]. (16) pp. 96-7, Major D. C. Kenney (Commanding 2nd Bat. 19th Regt. N.I.) to Senior Officer at Seringapatam 3rd Aug. 1809. (17) pp. 97-101, Declaration by the Officers at Seringapatam 3rd Aug. 1809. (18) pp. 110-4, 163-5, Major J. Welsh (Commanding at Nandy Cavoy) to Lieut.-Col. Gibbs, with Address from the Officers at Nundy Droog 5th Aug. 1809. (19) J. Sullivan (Assistant Resident in Mysore) to Col. Davis 5th Aug. 1809. (20) pp. 165-9, Officers at Nundy Droog to Lieut.-Col. Gibbs, n.d. (21) pp. 182-4, Purniah Diwan to Lieut.-Col. Bell, n.d. (22) pp. 206-7, 255-9, 306-8, Major-Gen. J. Pater (Commanding the Northern Division) to Lieut.-Col. Barclay 1st to 3rd Aug. 1809. (23) pp. 227-9, 236-7, Capt. Charles Lucas (Commanding at Bednore) to Col. Davis 9th Aug. 1809. (24) p. 235, Capt. A. Purchas (Commanding in the Wynaad) to Capt. Thomas Webster, n.d. (25) pp. 243-52, Lieut. H. J. Graves (H.M. 8th Regt.) to Col. Davis 14th Aug. 1809. (26) pp. 259-61, 283-4, 308-10, 348-9, Col. W. Wilkinson (Commanding the Southern Division) to A. Falconer 31st July to 5th Aug. 1809. (27) Major-Gen. Robert Croker (Commanding at Bellary). pp. 261-79, to A. Falconer 2nd Aug. 1809; pp. 293-8, 352-4, Lieut.-Col. Barclay 3rd Aug. 1809. (28) pp. 277-8, Major J. P. Keasberry to Major-Gen. Croker, 2nd Aug. 1809. (29) Capt. Thomas Sydenham (Resident at Hyderabad). pp. 279-80, 397-403, to Governor Barlow 29th July to 9th Aug. 1809; pp. 414-5, to Lieut.-Col. Barclay 11th Aug. 1809. (30) Lieut.-Col. J. Doveton (Commanding in Berar). pp. 280-1, 415-6, to Capt. Sydenham 24th July and 6th Aug. 1809; p. 313, to Lieut.-Col. Thomas Montresor 26th July 1809. (31) pp. 281-2, 314-7, Officers at Jaulna [i.e. Jalna] to Lieut. Col. Doveton 23rd and 25th July 1809. (32) pp. 284-7, Lieut. Charles Cunningham (Judge-Advocate, Southern Division) to Col. Wilkinson 1st July 1809. (33) Lieut.-Col. Thomas Montresor (Commanding at Secunderabad). pp. 288-93, to Lieut.-Col. Barclay 30th July 1809; p. 313, to Major-Gen. Gowdie 31st July 1809; pp. 405-8, to Major G. Neale -- Aug. 1809; pp. 409-11, to Capt. T. Sydenham -- Aug. 1809. (34) Lieut.-Col. Barry Close (Resident at Poona). pp. 299-301, to Lieut.-Col. Barclay 27th July 1809; pp. 369-74, to Governor Barlow 4th Aug. 1809; pp. 376-95, to Major-Gen. Gowdie 3rd Aug. 1809. (35) pp. 305-6, Capt.-Lieut. J. Moorhouse (Artillery) to Major-Gen. Pater 2nd Aug. 1809. (36) pp. 311-2, G. Dunley to [? Col. Davis] 29th July 1809. (37) pp. 324-7, Clolworthy Gowan to Governor Barlow, Poona, 30th July 1809. (38) pp. 328-31, 361-6, Lieut.-Col. P. Stuart (Commanding in Travancore) to A. Falconer 3rd Aug. 1809. (39) pp. 331-6, Lieut.-Col. B. Forbes (Commanding in Malabar and Canara) to Lieut.-Col. Barclay 2nd Aug. 1809. (40) pp. 349-51, Major D. MacDowall (2nd Bat. 16th N.I.) to Col. W. Wilkinson 3rd Aug. 1809. (41) pp. 354-7, Lieut.-Col. G. Bowness (Commanding at Gooty) to A. Falconer 5th Aug. 1809. (42) Officers at Hyderabad. p. 375, to Lieut.-Col. Close 4th Aug. 1809; pp. 403-4, to Lieut.-Col. Montresor -- Aug. 1809. (43) pp. 412-3, Major G. Neale to Lieut.-Col. Montresor 9th Aug. 1809. (44) pp. 421-559, Intercepted Letters and Papers written by mutinous officers. (45) pp. 563-8, General Orders by Governor Barlow in Council 3rd Aug. 1809, with Proclamation to the Native Troops forbidding them to obey their mutinous officers; 9th Aug. 1809, granting a free pardon to the non-commissioned officers and men of the Madras European Regiment as having been misled by their mutinous officers.

Mutiny European officers of the Madras Army.  IOR/H/699  1809

Contents:
(1) pp. 1-860, Enclosures in Madras Secret Letter 10th Sept. 1809 relating to the disturbances amongst the European officers of the Madras Army (A few of the Letters are marked Secret and Confidential), including:-- (2) Col. W. Wilkinson (Commanding the Southern Division). pp. 1-2, 10-2, 22, 31, 66-8, 161-2, 164-5, 175-6, 219-20, 248-51, to A. Falconer 6th to 31st Aug. 1809; pp. 246-7, 272-4, 282, 295-7, to Lieut.-Col. Barclay 30th Aug. to 11th Sept. 1809. (3) pp. 2-5, Lieut.-Col. P. H. Vesey (Commanding at Palamcottah) to Col. Wilkinson 3rd Aug. 1809. (4) pp. 5-6, Officers at Tinnevelly to Col. Vesey, n.d. (5) p. 7, Officers at Trichinopoly to Col. Wilkinson 4th Aug. 1809. (6) Alexander Falconer (Chief Secretary). pp. 7-9, 13-4, to Col. Wilkinson 11th and 12th Aug. 1809; pp. 9-10, to the British Envoy at Goa [? Count Schuyler] 11th Aug. 1809; pp. 25-9, to Officers of H.M.'s Regiments in India 14th Aug. 1809; pp. 313-34, 337-8, to Lieut.-Col. John Trebeck Conran 10th and 26th Aug. 1809; pp. 334-5, to the Collector of Bellary 3rd Aug. 1809; p. 336, to the Collector of Cuddapah 3rd Aug. 1809; pp. 342-3, to Major-Gen. Robert Croker 24th Aug. 1809; pp. 408-11, 434-5, to Lieut.-Col. Close 21st to 24th Aug. 1809; pp. 412-3, to Capt. Thomas Sydenham 22nd Aug. 1809; pp. 558-60, to Major-Gen. Pater 3rd Sept. 1809; pp. 606-9, 649-52, to Lieut.-Col. Davis 23rd and 26th Aug. 1809. (7) pp. 12-3, Major Donald MacDonall (Commanding at Dindigul) to the Assistant Quartermaster-General of the Southern Division 4th Aug. 1809; pp. 70-73 to -- Jackson 11th Aug. 1809. (8) p. 13, Capt. H. Bowen (Commanding at Madura) to Assistant Quartermaster-General, Southern Division, 4th Aug. 1809. (9) Major-Gen. Robert Croker (Commanding in the Ceded Districts). pp. 15-7, 53-6, 338, 340-1, to Lieut.-Col. Barclay 7th to 18th Aug. 1809; pp. 344-6, 349-56, 359-67, to A. Falconer 7th to 18th Aug. 1809. (10) Lieut.-Col. Barclay (Military Secretary). pp. 17-9, to Major-Gen. Croker 12th Aug. 1809; pp. 42-4, 263-5, 267-9, 277-80, 295, to Col. W. Wilkinson 10th Aug. to 14th Sept. 1809; pp. 209-14, to Major W. Blackburn 30th Aug. 1809; pp. 214-9, 265-7, to Lieut.-Col. P. Stuart 30th Aug. and 7th Sept. 1809; pp. 368-9, to Lieut.-Col. Conran 14th Sept. 1809; pp. 411-2, 446-8, 778-80, 783-4, 826-7, to Lieut. Col. Barry Close 20th Aug. to 7th Sept. 1809; pp. 637-8, 735, 762-4, to A. H. Cole 22nd Aug. to 14th Sept. 1809; pp. 731-4, 759-60, to Lieut.-Col. Davis 3rd and 6th Sept. 1809. (11) Lieut.-Col. B. Forbes (Commanding in Malabar and Canara). pp. 19-21, 172-4, 283-4, 286-93, 589-91, to Lieut.-Col. Barclay 4th Aug. to 11th Sept. 1809; pp. 29-30, 39-41, 44-51, 57-61, 151-2, 171-2, 186-7, 188, 222-5, 228-31, 247-8, 269-70, to A. Falconer 5th Aug. to 2nd Sept. 1809; pp. 41-2, to Thomas Warden (Chief Collector, Cannanore) 7th Aug. 1809; pp. 61-5, to Col. Wilkinson 11th Aug. 1809; pp. 190-1, to Capt. J. Gennys 15th Aug. 1809; pp. 704-6, to Lieut.-Col. H. Davis 20th Aug. 1809. (12) J. Hepburn (Collector of Tinnevelly). pp. 23, 37, to Col. Wilkinson 4th and 5th Aug. 1809; p. 245, to A. Falconer 27th Aug. 1809. (13) pp. 23-5, 37-8, Somasunderam (P.O. Writer) to Col. Wilkinson 4th Aug. 1809. (14) pp. 31-6, Capt. J. McDougall (Commanding in Tinnevelly and Palamcottah) to Col. Wilkinson 7th Aug. 1809. (15) pp. 68-70, 73-6, C. Wetherell (Paymaster, Trichinopoly) to Col. Wilkinson 12th Aug. 1809. (16) Lieut.-Col. P. Stuart (Commanding at Travancore). pp. 77-9, 254-6, to A. Falconer 7th to 20th Aug. 1809; p. 165, to Col. Wilkinson 11th Aug. 1809; pp. 183-5, 195-9, 284-6, to Lieut.-Col. Barclay 17th Aug. to 6th Sept. 1809; pp. 271-2, to Lieut.-Col. Colin Macaulay 4th Sept. 1809. (17) Officers at Quilon. pp. 80-2, to Lieut.-Col. Stuart 7th Aug. 1809; pp. 177-82, to Major-Gen. Gowdie 11th Aug. 1809. (18) General Orders by G. H. Barlow in Council. pp. 87-102, 15th Aug. 1809, Warning to Officers of the serious results of continuing their resistance; pp. 699-701, 30th Aug. 1809, Attack by native troops on Seringapatam. (19) Major Gen. J. Pater (Commanding the Northern Division). pp. 107-8, 120-4, 139-41, 469-74, 475-500, 552-7, 560-89, to A. Falconer 4th Aug. to 8th Sept. 1809; pp. 109-20, 131-4, 516-51, to Lieut.-Col. Barclay 5th to 25th Aug. 1809; pp. 454-65, to the Adjutant-General, n.d. (20) Lieut. J. Cecil (Madras European Regiment). pp. 124-6, to Major-Gen. Gowdie 8th Aug. 1809; p. 144, to Lieut.-Col. Innis 11th Aug. 1809. (21) pp. 127, 145, Major J. Storey and Capt. A. Andrews to Major-Gen. Gowdie 7th and 11th Aug. 1809. (22) pp. 127-31, Officers of Masulipatam to Lord Minto [7th Aug. 1809]. (23) pp. 135-7, Lieut.-Col. J. Nixon (Commanding at Ellore) to Major-Gen. Pater 11th Aug. 1809. (24) pp. 136-7, Lieut. J. Mackey (Commanding at Ellore) to Major-Gen. Pater 12th Aug. 1809. (25) p. 138, J. Jones to Major-Gen. Pater 12th Aug. 1809. (26) pp. 138-9, Garrison Storekeeper at Masulipatam to Major-Gen. Pater 12th Aug. 1809. (27) p. 141, H. Scott to Major-Gen. Pater 13th Aug. 1809. (28) pp. 145-8, W. Hawkins (Collector at Masulipatam) with several other Europeans to Lieut.-Col. Barclay 15th Aug. 1809, Professing devotion to the Government. (29) pp. 152-3, Count Schuyler (? British Agent at Goa) to Governor Barlow, n.d. (30) pp. 153-4, Lieut.-Col. Alexander Adams to Major-Gen. Gowdie 9th Aug. 1809. (31) pp. 155-6, Thomas Jarrett (Collector of Guntur) to Lieut.-Col. [Robert] Fletcher 17th Aug. 1809. (32) pp. 156-7, T. Fletcher (Collector of Nellore) to A. Falconer 19th Aug. 1809. (33) p. 157, D. Barclay and C. Macaulay to Lieut.-Col. Barclay, Cochin, 12th Aug. 1809. (34) pp. 158-61, J. Cotton to A. Falconer, Negapatam, 13th Aug. 1809. (35) Lieut.-Col. Colin Macaulay (Resident, Travancore). pp. 162-3, 227-8, 687-9, to A. Falconer 13th to 24th Aug. 1809; pp. 235-8, 241-4, 270-1, to Lieut.-Col. Barclay 25th Aug. to 4th Sept. 1809. (36) pp. 188-9, 191-2, Capt. J. Gennys (1st Bat. 5th N.I.) to Lieut.-Col. Forbes 12th and 18th Aug. 1809. (37) p. 193, Capt. Thomas Douglas to Capt. Gennys 15th Aug. 1809. (38) pp. 193-4, Lieut. Richard Guille to Adjutant 1st Bat. 5th N.I. 15th Aug. 1809. (39) Major W. Blackburn (Resident, Tanjore). pp. 199-206, 235, 280-2, to Governor Barlow 21st Aug. to 7th Sept. 1809; pp. 207-8, 231-2, to Lieut.-Col. Colin Macaulay 20th Aug. 1809; pp. 232-4, to A. Falconer 25th Aug. 1809. (40) p. 221, J. Butler (Acting Resident, Tanjore) to A. Falconer 27th Aug. 1809. (41) pp. 225-6, F. H. Baber (Magistrate of Tellicherry) to Lieut.-Col. Forbes 23rd Aug. 1809. (42) p. 226, J. Simond to Capt. Douglas 19th Aug. 1809. (43) pp. 239-40, Officers' Address to Major Thomas Boles 25th March 1809. (See H/695, pp. 57-9). (44) pp. 240-1, Lieut.-Col. J. Cuppage to Lieut.-Col. Macaulay 24th May 1809. (45) Sir Thomas Maitland (Governor of Ceylon). pp. 251-4, 257-62, 297-308, to Governor Barlow 8th to 29th Aug. 1809; pp. 275-7, to Col. Wilkinson 30th Aug. 1809. (46) pp. 274-5, 283, Lieut.-Col. C. Maurice (3rd Ceylon Regt.) to Col. Wilkinson 4th and 6th Sept. 1809. (47) pp. 339-40, Capt. J. Stewart to Major-Gen. Croker 15th Aug. 1809. (48) pp. 341-2, Captains W. C. and J. Campbell to Major-Gen. Croker -- Aug. 1809. (49) pp. 346-8, 356-8, Officers of 1st Bat. 22nd N.I. to Major-Gen. Croker 26th Aug. 1809. (50) Capt. Thomas Sydenham (Resident at Hyderabad). pp. 373, 389-90, 425, 770-3, 785-97, 811-2, to Governor Barlow 11th to 24th Aug. 1809; pp. 374-6, 390-6, to Lord Minto 11th Aug. 1809; pp. 388, 396, 414-5, 417, 423-4, 769, 775, 797-803, 827-30, to Lieut.-Col. Barclay 12th to 31st Aug. 1809; pp. 405-7, 420-3, 803-7, to A. Falconer 15th to 29th Aug. 1809; pp. 418-20, 830-6, to Lieut.-Col. Doveton 14th to 22nd Aug. 1809; pp. 437-41, 819-22, to Lieut.-Col. Montresor 17th and 18th Aug. 1809. (51) Lieut.-Col. T. G. Montresor (Commanding Subsidiary Force at Secunderabad). pp. 373-4, to Capt. Sydenham 11th Aug. 1809; pp. 385-7, 773-5, 784-5, to Lieut.-Col. Barclay 12th to 28th Aug. 1809; pp. 435-7, to A. Falconer 17th Aug. 1809; pp. 812-5, to Major-Gen. Gowdie 18th Aug. 1809. (52) pp. 376-85, Officers of Hyderabad Subsidiary Force to Lord Minto 11th Aug. 1809. (53) Lieut.-Col. Barry Close (Resident at Poona). pp. 397-401, 428-34, 777-8, 822-3, 846-9, to Lieut.-Col. Barclay 7th Aug. to 2nd Sept. 1809; pp. 402-3, to Lieut.-Col. Montresor 11th Aug. 1809; p. 404, to Capt. Sydenham 11th Aug. 1809; pp. 808-10, 849-50, to A. Falconer 29th Aug. and 7th Sept. 1809; pp. 841-6, 851, to Governor Barlow 2nd and 9th Sept. 1809. (54) Lieut.-Col. J. Doveton (Commanding in Berar). pp. 415-7, 776-7, 836-41, to Capt. Sydenham 9th to 27th Aug. 1809; pp. 781-2, to C. Gowan 23rd Aug. 1809; pp. 852-60, to Lieut.-Col. Montresor 4th Sept. 1809, with Declarations of Obedience to the Madras Government by the Officers at Jalna. (55) A. H. Cole (in charge, Mysore Residency). pp. 426-8, 593-603, 609-10, 654-60, 678-82, to A. Falconer 18th to 25th Aug. 1809; pp. 614-6, 761-2, to Lieut.-Col. Barclay 15th Aug. to 6th Sept. 1809. (56) pp. 441-5, R. Jenkins (Resident at Nagpur) to Capt. Sydenham 5th Aug. 1809. (57) pp. 453-4, 475, 500-4, Major J. Storey and Capt. Augustus Andrews to Major-Gen. Pater 15th and 16th Aug. 1809. (58) pp. 466-9, J. O. Tod (Register and Assistant Magistrate, Masulipatam) to A. Falconer 11th Aug. 1809. (59) pp. 505-7, C. H. Churchill to Falconer 16th Aug. 1809. (60) pp. 508-11, J. Lang (Collector of Coconada) to Board of Revenue 13th Aug. 1809. (61) pp. 510-5, P. R. Cazalet (Judge and Magistrate of Rajamandri) to A. Falconer 18th Aug. 1809. (62) p. 596, J. Darley (Acting Fort Adjutant) to A. H. Cole 19th Aug. 1809. (63) Lieut.-Col. H. Davis (Commanding in Mysore). pp. 600, 610-1, 639-48, 652-4, 677, 682-6, 690-5, 745-75, to A. Falconer 16th Aug. to 3rd Sept. 1809; pp. 603-5, to Officers of Seringapatam Garrison [22nd Aug. 1809]; pp. 611-4, 663-70, 697-8, to Lieut.-Col. Forbes 16th to 26th Aug. 1809; pp. 689-90, 701-4, 735-7, to Lieut.-Col. Barclay 26th Aug. to 1st Sept. 1809; pp. 696-7, to Lieut.-Col. P. Stewart 26th Aug. 1809. (64) pp. 616-9, L. G. R. Murray (Military Paymaster-General) to [? J. Smith] 21st Aug. 1809. (65) pp. 620-36, J. Smith (Paymaster, Mysore) to L. G. R. Murray 10th Aug. 1809, with "Narrative of Transactions respecting the Pay Office and Garrison Store Departments at Seringapatam from 29th July to 3rd Aug. 1809." (66) Lieut.-Col. J. Bell and Officers of Seringapatam. pp. 661-3, to Lieut.-Col. Davis 22nd Aug. 1809; pp. 670-6, 707-30, to Lord Minto 12th and 21st Aug. 1809; pp. 706, 711-2, to Major-Gen. Gowdie 17th Aug. 1809. (67) pp. 737-44, Capt. T. Webster (4th N.I.) to Lieut.-Col. Davis 30th Aug. 1809. (68) C. Gowan. pp. 781, 823-4, to Governor Barlow 22nd and 25th Aug. 1809; pp. 824-5, to Lieut.-Col. Close 22nd Aug. 1809.

Mutiny European officers of the Madras Army.  IOR/H/700  1808-1810

Contents:
(1) pp. i-iii, List of Contents. (2) pp. 1-413, Enclosures in Madras Secret Letters 27th Dec. 1809, 5th Feb. and 15th April 1810, relative to the disturbances amongst the European Officers of the Madras Army, Cases of suspended officers, &c., including:-- (3) pp. 1-2, Charge against and Sentence on Lieut. Col. John Bell. (Commanding the Garrison of Seringapatam) 9th Dec. 1809. (4) pp. 5-6, Lieut.-Col. T. H. S. Conway (Adjutant-General) to A. Falconer (Chief Secretary) 22nd Dec. 1809, Decisions of Officers allowed the option between Court-martial and Dismissal; pp. 315-6, 20th March 1810, relative to Col. Doveton. (5) p. 9, List of Packet. (6) pp. 13-5, Lieut.-Col. A. Gore to Lieut.-Col. Campbell 4th May 1808, with address from Madras Officers to Lord Minto. (7) pp. 17-22, 27-30, 36-7, Major R. Barclay (Military Secretary) to Capt. W. Macpherson 2nd May to 8th June 1808. (8) Capt. W. Macpherson. pp. 23, 27, 31, 33, 37, to Major R. Barclay 16th May to 11th June 1808; pp. 34-6, to Officers Commanding Divisions 26th May 1808. (9) Lieut.-Gen. Hay Macdowall (Commander-in-Chief). pp. 23-6, to Governor Barlow -- Jan. 1809; pp. 47-9, Extract from Madras Gazette 24th Jan. 1809, Speech to the Madras European Regiment; pp. 51-2, 97-8, 109-10, 125-6, 149-51, to G. Buchan -- Jan. 1809. (10) p. 33, Lieut. Col. B. Forbes to Lieut.-Col. Campbell (33rd Foot) 30th May 1808. (11) G. Buchan (Chief Secretary). pp. 37-8, to Lieut.-Col. C. Corner 26th July 1808; pp. 40-1, to Lieut.-Col. H. Davis 22nd July 1808; pp. 63, 73-4, 93, 101-3, 113-5, 129-33, 153-8, 165, to Lieut.-Gen. Hay Macdowall 19th Dec. 1808 to 25th Jan. 1809; pp. 65-6, 75-8, to Officer Commanding the Southern Division 18th and 21st Dec. 1808; pp. 67-8, 79, to Officer Commanding in Malabar 18th and 21st Dec. 1808; p. 69, to Officer Commanding at Seringapatam 18th Dec. 1808; pp. 81-4, to Collector of Tinnevelly 21st Dec. 1808; p. 85, to Magistrate of Tellicherry 21st Dec. 1808; pp. 105-6, 121, to Lieut.-Col. A. Saintleger 16th and 17th Jan. 1809; p. 137, to Lieut.-Col. S. Gibbs (Commanding at Nunjengoode) 21st Jan. 1809; pp. 141-2, to Lieut.-Col. J. Cuppage (Commanding in Malabar) 21st Jan. 1809. (12) pp. 38-9, Lieut.-Col. C. Corner to G. Buchan 24th July 1808. (13) pp. 41-4, Lieut.-Col. H. Davis to G. Buchan, Bangalore, 25th July 1808. (14) pp. 53-60, Memorial of Officers Commanding Native Corps of the Madras Army to the Court of Directors, n.d., Injurious Insinuations by Capt. John Munro (Madras European Regiment and Quartermaster-General). (15) G. H. Barlow (Governor of Madras in Council). pp. 87-9, to Sir Thomas Maitland (Governor of Ceylon) 20th Dec. 1809; p. 117, G.O. 17th Jan. 1809, Thanks to the 6th Native Cavalry; pp. 191-2, to Secret Committee, London, 13th May 1809. (16) Lieut.-Col. A. Saintleger. pp. 110-2, to Lieut.-Gen. Macdowall 28th Dec. 1809; pp. 169-84, Case in the Madras Supreme Court of Judicature. (17) pp. 145-6, Capt. John Munro, Report on Ordnance Equipment for the Tinnevelly Detachment, Recruits for H.M.'s 59th Regt. [This appears to have nothing to do with the disturbances.] (18) pp. 161-2, S. Macdowall (Assistant Adjutant-General) to Governor Barlow 24th Jan. 1809. (19) pp. 187-8, Major John De Morgan (2nd Bat. 22nd N.I.) to Officer Commanding in Malabar and Canara 14th April 1809. (20) p. 189, J. Benny to Lieut.-Col. Barclay 8th April 1809. (21) pp. 189-90, Samuel Dyer (Garrison Surgeon, Tillicherry) to J. Benny 1st April 1809. (22) pp. 195-7, Capt. J. Grant (Commanding the Bodyguard) to Lieut.-Col. Barclay 19th March 1809. (23) pp. 199-204, Examinations of Writers in the Military Board Office. (24) pp. 207-26, Papers concerning the case of Capt. J. M. Coombs; pp. 227-38, Lord Minto's Minute on the subject -- Dec. 1809. (25) pp. 243-54, Lieut.-Col. J. Cuppage to Lord Minto 26th Jan. 1810, with Papers on his case. (26) Lieut.-Col. Robert Bell (Artillery). pp. 259-87, to the Court of Directors 13th May 1809, with Papers on his case; pp. 289-99, to Lord Minto 6th Nov. 1809, with Papers. (27) pp. 303-8, Charges against and sentence on Major Joseph Storey (1st Bat. 19th N.I.), n.d. (28) Major-Gen. F. Gowdie (Commander-in-Chief), General Orders. pp. 311-2, 20th March 1810, Suspension of Lieut. Col. J. Doveton; p. 319, 21st March 1810, Lieut.-Col. Doveton suspended; pp. 331-2, 4th April 1810, Governor's thanks to Major-Gen. Gowdie and Members of the Court-Martial (Major-Gen. Henry Warde, President). (29) pp. 323-4, Charge against and sentence on Lieut. Col. Robert Munro of the 2nd Bat. 15th N.I., 25th Oct. 1809. (30) pp. 327-8, Charge against and sentence on Major David Courtenay Kenny 23rd Oct. 1809; p. 335, Court-Martial's recommendation to mercy. (31) pp. 339-45, Capt. J. S. Lushington to Lord Minto 8th April 1810, Asking his Lordship's recommendation of his case to the Directors. (32) pp. 347-56, Major George Wahab's Memorial to Lord Minto 22nd March 1810. (33) pp. 355-73, Capt. J. de Haviland to Major-Gen. Gowdie 28th Feb. 1810, Request to be tried at the Presidency. (34) pp. 375-413, Behaviour of Capt. Thomas Sydenham in reference to the alleged misconduct of Lieut.-Col. Doveton.

Capture of Mauritius and Reunion [Ile de France and Ile de Bourbon].  IOR/H/701  1810-1811

Contents:
(1) pp. i-iv, Contents. (2) pp. 1-457, Enclosures in Bengal Secret Letters 25th Oct. 1810 to 29th April 1811 and letters from R. T. Farquhar, the Earl of Caledon and Lieut.-Col. Keating July 1810 to April 1811, Capture of Isle de France and Bourbon. (3) Lord Minto and the Bengal Council. pp. 1-5, 239-41, to Bombay Council 28th May 1810 to 8th March 1811; pp. 23-30, 205-18, to R. T. Farquhar 22nd Oct. 1810 to 9th Feb. 1811; pp. 37-52, to Rear-Admiral Drury 9th Oct. 1810; pp. 191-202, to Major-Gen. Abercromby 9th Feb. 1811; pp. 221-4, to Vice-Admiral Bertie 9th Feb. 1811; pp. 235-7, to Madras Council 8th March 1811; p. 425, to Lieut.-Col. Keating 27th March 1810; pp. 179-89, G.O. 7th Feb. 1810, On the conquest of the Isle de France. (4) pp. 9, 13, 15-22, 93-102, 113-4, 123-5, 369, Military and Naval Returns. (5) pp. 33-6, 61-7, 243-5, Rear-Admiral W. O. B. Drury to Lord Minto 16th Sept. 1810 to 2nd March 1811. (6) R. T. Farquhar (Governor of Isle de France and Bourbon). pp. 53-5, 135-42, 151-3, 159-70, 251-73, 288-99, 325-35, 357-67, 373, to Lord Minto 27th June to 21st July 1810; pp. 56-8, to Rear-Admiral Drury 27th Aug. 1810; pp. 153-5, to Vice-Admiral Bertie 3rd Dec. 1810; pp. 170-3, to Major-Gen. Abercromby 14th Dec. 1810; pp. 247-9, 381-3, 405-6, 433, 457, to Secret Committee, London, 24th July 1810 to 2nd April 1811; pp. 305-7, 337-8, to Lieut.-Col. Keating 26th June and 16th July 1810; pp. 409-11, 437-44, to Lord Liverpool (Secretary of State for War and the Colonial Department) 11th Oct. 1810 and 8th June 1811; pp. 449-55, to G. H. Barlow (Governor of Madras) 24th Dec. 1810; pp. 143-7, 313-22, 393-400, Proclamations (in French); p. 377, Advertisement regarding Customs. (7) pp. 69-83, 105-12, 117-22, 129-32, Major-Gen. John Abercromby to Lord Minto 7th to 19th Dec. 1810. (8) pp. 83-92, Articles of Capitulation for the Isle de France 3rd Dec. 1810. (9) Vice-Admiral A. Bertie. pp. 155-6, to R. T. Farquhar 5th Dec. 1810; pp. 175-6, to Lord Minto 12th Dec. 1810; p. 429, to Lieut.-Col. Keating 13th Oct. 1810. (10) pp. 227-33, Lord Minto's Minute 8th March 1811, Thanks to the Governments of Madras and Bombay for assistance in the Expedition. (11) Capt. Josias Rowley (H.M.S. Boadicea). pp. 275-8, Memorandum on the proper places of landing for the attacking force 27th June 1810; pp. 341-3, to R. T. Farquhar 18th July 1810. (12) Lieut.-Col. H. S. Keating (Lieut.-Governor and Commander of the forces in the Isle of Bourbon). pp. 283-6, Memorandum on the best mode of procedure in attacking Bourbon and the Isle de France 26th June 1810; pp. 345-54, to R. T. Farquhar 18th July 1810; pp. 421-2, to the Chairman of Directors 7th Dec. 1810. (13) pp. 301-3, Capitulation of the Island of Buonaparte 8th July 1810. (14) p. 309, Statement of the Revenues of the Island of Bourbon. (15) pp. 385-6, Capt. S. Pym (H.M.S. Sirius) to R. T. Farquhar 23rd July 1810. (16) pp. 389-91, Secret Proceedings of the Council at St. Denis 28th July 1810, Intelligence as to the readiness of De Caen to surrender and the state of the French troops in the Island. (17) pp. 413-6, Du Pré, Earl of Caledon (First British Governor of the Cape of Good Hope, 1806-11) to the Secret Committee, London, 9th Nov. 1810.

Madras Army: Mutiny at Quilon.  IOR/H/702  1812-1813

Contents:
(1) pp. 1-380, Enclosure in Madras Secret Letter 25th Aug. 1813. (2) p. 3, Lieut.-Col. J. Leith (Judge Advocate-General) to W. Thackeray (Chief Secretary) 8th June 1813, with, pp. 4-380, Proceedings (18th Aug. to 24th Oct. 1812) of a native General Court-Martial assembled at Quilon on Tuesday 18th Aug. 1812 by order of Lieut.-Col. Hamilton Hall, Commanding the troops in Travancore, to try charges of Mutiny against certain native officers and soldiers. The President of the Court was Subadar Letchman Sing, 1st Bat. 5th N.I.

Madras Army: Mutiny at Quilon.  IOR/H/703  24 Oct 1812-31 Dec 1812

pp. 1-326

Contents:
Continuation of H/702

Madras Army: Mutiny at Quilon.  IOR/H/704  31 Dec 1812-23 Jan 1813

pp. 1-287

Contents:
Continuation of H/703

Papers concerning transactions between the government of the Nizam of Hyderabad and William Palmer & Co.  IOR/H/705  1822

Contents:
(1) pp. 1-588, Papers concerning the pecuniary transactions between the Nizam's Government and the House of William Palmer & Co., including:-- (2) pp. 1-72, Bengal Political Letter to Court 20th Dec. 1822. (3) C. T. Metcalfe (Resident at Hyderabad). pp. 75-114, 137-54, 161-236, 273-7, 297-377, 563-82, to George Swinton 31st Aug. to 25th Nov. 1822; pp. 239-50, to Capt. Seyer, &c., Officers employed on the Settlement of Land Revenue in the Nizam's dominions. (4) George Swinton (Secretary to Government). pp. 117-33, 289-94, 405-9, 419-38, 585-8, to C. T. Metcalfe 25th Oct. to 14th Dec. 1822; pp. 157-8, to J. W. Sherer 2nd Nov. 1822. (5) pp. 251-5, 260-5, Lieut. H. L. Barnett (Assistant Resident) to C. T. Metcalfe 4th June and 6th Aug. 1822. (6) G. A. Bushby (Assistant). pp. 256-60, 262-3, to Lieut. Barnett 5th June to 30th July 1822; pp. 265-70, to Capt. J. Sutherland 10th Aug. 1822. (7) p. 266, Capt. J. Sutherland to C. T. Metcalfe 12th Aug. 1822. (8) Minutes by J. Adam (Member of Council). pp. 281-2, 11th Nov. 1822; pp. 388-91, 14th Nov. 1822; pp. 441-83, 1st Nov. 1822. (9) Minutes by John Fendall (Member of Council). p. 285, 12th Nov. 1822; pp. 393-5, 17th Nov. 1822; pp. 485-92, 19th Nov. 1822. (10) pp. 330-50, W. Palmer & Co. to C. T. Metcalfe 14th Oct. 1822, with pp. 350-7, Memorandum by W. Palmer on his career in India (about 1,400 words). (11) Minutes by the Marquess of Hastings (Governor-General). pp. 381-6, 14th Nov. 1822; pp. 511-59, 19th Dec. 1822. (12) Minutes by W. B. Bayley (Member of Council). pp. 397-401, 18th Nov. 1822; pp. 495-507, 25th Nov. 1822. (13) pp. 413-6, J. W. Sherer (Accountant-General) to G. Swinton 16th Nov. 1822. (14) pp. 589-90, List of Packet to Directors.

Supply of tea and other goods to the United States and Canada.  IOR/H/706  1815-1824

Contents:
(1) pp. 1-241, "Papers respecting the supply of Tea and other Indian and China Goods to the British Colonies on the Continent of North America and more particularly to the Provinces of Upper and Lower Canada." (2) John Richardson (Member of the Legislative Assembly of Lower Canada). pp. 1-4, to John Inglis (Member of the Court of Directors) Montreal 2nd Sept. 1822, Suggests the East India Company should stop smuggling by sending Tea direct to Canada; pp. 27-36, Remarks upon the Tea Trade of Canada, Quebec, 13th Jan. 1824. (3) pp. 4-5, J. Stewart to James Daniell (Member of the Court of Directors), Quebec 26th April 1823. (4) pp. 5-10, Memorial of the Committee of Trade at Quebec to Earl Bathurst (one of H.M.'s Principal Secretaries of State), Quebec 24th April 1823, Suggesting direct trade in Tea and China goods with the Colonies. (5) pp. 10-3, Resolutions of the House of Assembly of Upper Canada, Kingston, 12th Dec. 1823, Commercial arrangements with the United States. (6) pp. 13-24, Capt. Weltden (late Commander of an East India Company's ship) to the Chairman and Deputy Chairman, Kensington, 23rd Dec. 1823, Contraband trade between the United States and Canada. Capt. George Weltden commanded the "Indus" in 1815. (7) pp. 25-7, Address of the Legislative Council and also of the House of Assembly to the Earl of Dalhousie, the Governor, Quebec, 9th Jan. 1824, Smuggling on the United States frontier. (8) pp. 36-9, Extract from letter by John H. Dunn, York, Upper Canada, 2nd Feb. 1824, Profits to the United States from the sale and smuggling of Tea. (9) Gillespies, Moffat, Finlay & Co. pp. 39-44, to John Masterman (Member of the Court of Directors), London, 10th Feb. 1824; pp. 44-5, to William Wigram (M.P. and Chairman of the East India Company) 18th Feb. 1824; pp. 47-8, to William Astell (M.P. and Chairman) 1st May 1824, Smuggling between the United States and Canada. (10) p. 45, William Huskisson to C. W. W. Wynn (President of the Board of Control), Somerset House, 12th April 1824. (11) p. 46, R. Wilmot Horton to Thomas Lack, Downing Street, 23rd April 1824. (12) pp. 49-80, "Report of the Joint Committee [John B. Robertson, Chairman] of the Legislative Council and the House of Assembly on the subject of Tea. (13) pp. 81-9, Extract of a communication from the Montreal Committee of Trade to James Stuart 8th March 1823, Smuggling. (14) pp. 91-133, "Observations upon a Memorial which has been presented to the Right Honourable the Lords Commissioners of His Majesty's Treasury from certain Dealers in Tea of the City of Edinburgh." [The Memorial complained that the East India Company was keeping up the price of Tea by limiting the supply to the Public.] With Appendices; pp. 135-6, An Account showing the gross quantity of Tea, including Private Trade, Prize, Neutral Property, &c. annually imported, put up for sale, sold, refused in the following years (i.e. 1784-1823); p. 139, Tea exported from Canton by Americans; pp. 143-72, Extract Letters to Canton on the subject of Souchong Tea 27th Sept. 1815 to 8th April 1823; pp. 173-212, Extract Letters from Canton Do., do. 7th July 1816 to 8th Jan. 1824; p. 213, Quantities of Hyson Tea (including Private Trade) put up at each sale, sold and refused in the three last years (1st March 1821 to 1st March 1824); pp. 217-39, Extract Letters to Canton on the subject of Low and inferior Black Teas 19th Feb. 1802 to 15th Aug. 1821; p. 241, Stock of Tea in the Warehouses 1st March 1820 to 1st March 1824.

Report on the Territories of the Raja of Nagpur.  IOR/H/707  1826

Contents:
(1) pp. 1-3, Richard Jenkins (Resident at Nagpur) to the Right Hon. William Pitt, Lord Amherst (Governor-General) 27th July 1826; with, pp. 4-392, a Report on the Territories of the Raja of Nagpur, with, pp. 393-414, Appendices on Rates of Wages, Measures, &c., &c., including:-- (2) pp. 127-82, History of the country from the time of Bakht Buland, Prince of Deogarh, about 1700 A.D.

Visit of Ram Mohan Rai to England in connection with the King of Delhi's stipend, with related papers.  IOR/H/708  1805-1832

Contents:
(1) pp. 1-707, Papers connected with the Mission of Ram Mohan Rai to England in reference to the pecuniary claims of the King of Delhi. Mary Carpenter does not mention the Mission in "The last days in England of Rajah Ram Mohan Roy," and Deena Nath Ganguli on p. 38 of his Memoir (1884) only mentions that it was in this connection that the Emperor gave him the honorary title of Rajah. (2) Ram Mohan Rai. pp. 1-5, 9-12, 159-62, to the Chairman and Deputy Chairman of the Court of Directors 6th Sept. 1831 (the first is an Original); pp. 155-8, 163-70, 179-80, 183-200, 207-16, 223-33, to Charles Grant 11th Oct. to 15th Nov. 1831 (some Original); pp. 171-8, 289-91, 301-2, to T. Hyde Villiers 21st Oct. to 28th Dec. 1831 (all Original); pp. 305-11, to Minister of Foreign Affairs of France, n.d., asking permission to visit France. (3) pp. 13-36, 37-42, Major George Cunningham to [Henry] Ellis (Member of Board of Control) 24th Sept. 1831 (the first Original). (4) pp. 45-52, Chairman of the Board of Directors (William Astell) to Charles Grant 24th Sept. 1831. (5) pp. 53-150, Memorandum respecting the claims of the King of Delhi (prepared by order of the Court of Directors, possibly by William Cabell). (6) pp. 203-6, Letter from the King of Delhi, 7th June 1828 (in Persian with an English translation), apparently to a Mr. Andrews. (7) pp. 219-22, Resolutions of the Government of Lord Amherst in 1827 on the King of Delhi's additional request. (8) Charles Grant (President of the Board of Control). pp. 235-67, 317-9, to the Chairman and Deputy Chairman of the Court of Directors 1st Dec. 1831 to 7th March 1832; pp. 281-2, 293, to Sir Robert Campbell 21st and 23rd Dec. 1831; pp. 417-21, to William Cabell, n.d. (Original). (9) Sir Robert Campbell (Deputy Chairman). pp. 271-4, 285-7, to Charles Grant 20th and 22nd Dec. 1831 (Originals); pp. 277-80, Memorandum 20th Dec. 1831 on the advisability of communicating to Ram Mohan Rai the orders to be sent to Bengal. (10) Thomas Hyde Villiers (Secretary to the Board of Control). pp. 297, 333-47, 413, to Ram Mohan Rai 27th Dec. 1831 to 29th Aug. 1832; pp. 313-5, 352-9, 425-75, to Peter Auber 7th March to -- Nov. 1832. (11) pp. 321-9, Peter Auber (Secretary to the Court of Directors) to T. H. Villiers 5th July 1832. (12) William Cabell (Secretary in the Political Department, Board of Control). pp. 349-53, Proposed Draft to Ram Mohan Rai 10th July 1832; pp. 421-3, to Charles Grant 16th Nov. 1832; pp. 487-94, Memorandum on the claims of the King of Delhi as preferred through Ram Mohun Roy 5th Aug. 1831; pp. 499-574, "On the claim of the King of Delhi to an augmentation of stipend, particularly in reference to the proceedings of 1827/8" 17th Aug. 1831; pp. 577-84, "On the course proposed to be taken by the Court in regard to Ram Mohun Roy and the claims of the King of Delhi" 8th Nov. 1831. (13) pp. 361-83, W. B. Coates to T. H. Villiers 24th Aug. 1832. (14) pp. 385-9, Col. David Ochterlony (Resident at Delhi) to the Marquess Wellesley 15th June 1805 (from Bengal Secret Consultations 12th Sept. 1805, not printed in Martin). (15) pp. 393-407, Mr. Carter to T. H. Villiers 24th Aug. 1832. (16) pp. 479-82, T. B. Macaulay (Member of the Board of Control) to Peter Auber 6th Feb. 1833. (17) pp. 587-99, Temporary allowance [to the King of Delhi] as fixed 23rd May 1805; pp. 591-3, Extract from Bengal Secret Letter 2nd June 1805. (18) pp. 603-4, Proposed paragraphs for Political Despatch to Bengal 6th Feb. 1833. (19) pp. 607-52, "Treaty with the King of Delhi. Decision thereon by the Governor-General of India; Reports of the British Resident [Sir Charles Metcalfe] and Political Agent [Alexander Ross] at Delhi with Remarks," 1831 (Printed). (20) pp. 653-5, Draft of Court's letter to Ram Mohan Rai -- Dec. 1831. (21) pp. 661-707, Drafts of proposed paragraphs of Court's Orders to Bengal in the Political Department respecting the claims made by Ram Mohan Rai on behalf of the King of Delhi.

Papers concerning disturbances in Mysore.  IOR/H/709  1825-1833

Contents:
Proceedings of a Committee (consisting of Major-Gen. Thomas Hawker, Commanding the Mysore Division, J. M. Macleod, representing the Commission for the Affairs of Mysore, Lieut.-Col. W. Morison, and Lieut.-Col. Mark Cubbon) appointed by the Governor-General "for the special purpose of framing a Report on the origin, progress and suppression of the recent disturbances in Mysore, including a detail of the consequences by which they may have been attended, as affecting the lives and property of the people and the general prosperity of the Country," Bangalore 24th Dec. 1832 to 12th Dec. 1833, on which date the Report (not included in the volume nor mentioned in the Indices to the Bengal or India Political Proceedings) was sent to the Supreme Government at Calcutta. (The "disturbances" refer to the outbreak in the Nagar country in 1830, caused by the misgovernment of the Raja, Krishna Raja Wodeyar), including, beside the evidence of Indian Officers and officials, the account given by Col. J. Waulfe (Commanding the Light Field Division of the Hyderabad Subsidiary Force) (pp. 1012-23, 30th April 1833) and the examinations of Major James Clemans (9th N.I., pp. 1045-6), Capt. T. M. Cameron (9th N.I., pp. 1119-25), Capt. G. Hutchinson (24th N.I., pp. 1672-82) and Correspondence with J. A. Casamajor (Resident in Mysore); also, pp. 19-22, Extract from letter by A. H. Cole (Resident in Mysore) to D. Hill (Chief Secretary, Madras) 20th June 1825, regarding the evil advisers of the Raja.

Papers concerning the records of the East India Company.  IOR/H/710  c.1875

Contents:
(1) p. 3, Printed Extract relative to discovery of old Records by Dr. G. Birdwood. (2) pp. pp. 7-18, Catalogue of Letters Patent. (3) pp. 19-22, List of Parchment Records 1498-1812. (4) pp. 25-32, Memoranda by Dr. G. Birdwood (Curator of the Indian Museum) 17th April 1875 on the subject of (1) above. (5) pp. 39-106, Lists of Damaged Papers. (6) pp. 111-200, Index to (5) above.

Catalogue of Original Correspondence.  IOR/H/711  c.1831

Contents:
(1) pp. i-iv, Memorandum of the various old Catalogues from which the revised Catalogue of Original Correspondence from India has been formed. (2) Catalogue of Original Correspondence, Nos. 1 to 3561. 1603--April 1671.

Catalogue of Original Correspondence.  IOR/H/712  c.1831

Contents:
Continuation of H/711 (2) Nos. 3562 to 8717, 29th March 1671 to 16th Oct. 1712.

Catalogues of Original Correspondence and other papers and books.  IOR/H/713  c.1831

Contents:
(1) pp. 1-56, Catalogue of Duplicates to "Original Correspondence." (See "Factory Records.") (2) pp. 59-72, Catalogue of Triplicates to "Original Correspondence." (3) pp. 77-141, List of Original Correspondence, Papers, &c. 7th June 1670 to 24th Jan. 1753. (4) pp. 143-5, List of Books bound in Green Canvas. (5) pp. 149-51, List of Imperfect Papers. (6) pp. 153-60, First and Last Words of Imperfect Papers. (7) pp 165-73, Index to --.

Note: See Note in pencil by C. Mason (1882) on p. 76. concerning redundent references.


Index to Miscellanies.  IOR/H/714  n.d.

pp. 1-350

Contents:
It is not known what Miscellanies are referred to, but they are papers from the late 18th century.

Index to papers in the Examiner's Department.  IOR/H/715  n.d.

Contents:
Index to (possibly) an old Collection of Miscellaneous Papers in the Examiner's Department, some of which were arranged by Thomas Fisher, a clerk in that Department, who in March 1816 was appointed "Searcher of the Records.

Papers of Thomas Fisher of the Examiner's Department.  IOR/H/716  1774-1825

Contents:
This Collection has been broken up and distributed amongst other volumes, but the particular papers cannot, all be identified.

Papers of Thomas Fisher of the Examiner's Department.  IOR/H/717  1774-1825

Contents:
Index to H/716

Lists of Journals, Ledgers, Consultations, &c. received from Bengal  IOR/H/718  1767-1812

Register of Unrecorded Papers  IOR/H/719  Feb. 1785-9 Feb. 1815

Contents:
A large number of these have been bound in their chronological order with the documents contained in previous volumes, and wherever a Registered Number is found on the back of a document it refers to an entry in this volume.

Index to the Register of Unrecorded Papers  IOR/H/720  20 Mar 1818

Contents:
Index to H/719.

Index to Reports, Memoranda, &c. Secret and Political Department of the Board of Control.  IOR/H/721  n.d.

Contents:
References now redundant.

Destruction of East India Company records by the India Office.  IOR/H/722  1858-1881

Contents:
(1) pp. i-xxi, Index (incomplete). (2) pp. 1-661, Papers relating to the destruction of useless Records in the India Office 12th Nov. 1858 to 27th Jan. 1881. See William Foster's Guide to the India Office Records. pp. vi-vii, for an account of the destruction of Records in 1858-60. The Committee for examining the Papers consisted of Messrs. T. N. Waterfield (in charge of the Cannon Row Office Records), Christopher Waud (Book Office Registrar), Mark Napier (Chief Clerk in the Correspondence Department) and [Sir] John William Kaye (Political Secretary). Besides original letters from the Committee and the Secretary of State, the volume contains a number of original letters from Alex. Allen 24th Nov. 1859 (p. 77), Saxe Bannister 15th April 1859 (p. 71), Henry Bohn 29th Feb. 1860 (p. 169), Sir George Clerk 20th Feb. 1860 (p. 97), C. Crawfurd 23rd May 1860 (p. 299), C. W. Fletcher 20th Feb. 1860 (p. 125), George Friend 3rd Dec. 1860 (p. 353), Sir John William Kaye 25th Feb. 1860 (p. 161), H. S. Lawford 6th March 1860 (p. 185), Mark Napier 13th March 1860 (p. 205), Charles Prinsep (Superintendent of Records) 1st Oct. 1873 (p. 657), W. Noel Sainsbury 3rd April 1860 (p. 237), Thomas H. Saunders 13th March 1860 (p. 201), Col. J. Smith (Chief Engineer, Madras Irrigation and Canals) 3rd May 1861 (p. 357), James Spicer 6th March 1860 (p. 187), Lord Stanley (Secretary of State for India) -- Feb. 1860 (p. 93), Gerald C. Talbot 22nd May 1860 (p. 297), T. N. Waterfield 12th Feb. 1860 (p. 89), Christopher Waud (Registrar) 14th Feb. 1860 (p. 101), Sir Charles Wood (Secretary of State) 11th Feb. 1860 (p. 81), also, pp. 187-8, James Spicer's Bond for £1,000 to destroy all Papers sold to him without disclosure of their contents (dated 6th March 1860).

Education in India.  IOR/H/723  1836

Contents:
(1) pp. 1-3, Sir A. C. Lyall to W. Foster 7th Jan. 1903 presenting the volume to the India Office (Original). (2) p. 3, Note by W. Foster, n.d. (3) pp. 5-113, Draft Despatch on "Recent Changes in Native Education," submitted by the Chairman and Deputy Chairman to the Board of Control on 5th Oct. 1836, but subsequently withdrawn. The volume belonged to J. S. Mill, but the authorship of the Draft is unknown.

Papers concerning Sarguja, Sambalpur and Singhbum.  IOR/H/724  1818-1830

Contents:
(1) pp. i, 135, 317-8, 447, 481-2, 659-60, 753, List of Contents. (2) pp. 1-800, Papers referring to Sarguja, Sambalpur and Singhbum 26th May 1818 to 12th May 1830. (3) Major Edward Roughsedge (Agent to the Governor-General on the South-West Frontier). pp. 1-13, 24, 30-65, 111-3, to Capt. H. Sinnock 26th May to 29th Oct. 1818; pp. 13-23, 65-110, 137-212, to John Adam 30th May to 15th Dec. 1818; pp. 25-30, 581-4, 631-9, 679-81, to Lieut.-Col. James Nicol (Adjutant-General) 20th June 1818 to 19th May 1821; pp. 212-24, 245-88, 298-334, 483-541, to C. T. Metcalfe (Secretary to Governor-General) 22nd Feb. 1819 to 14th Nov. 1820; pp. 235-44, 281-97, 375-7, to Major [William] Agnew 23rd May 1819 to 12th Aug. 1822; pp. 334-74, 377-445, 542-61, 585-8, 615-25, 640-5, 648-54, 661-9, 673-8, 682-701, to G. Swinton (Political Secretary) 7th Jan. to 7th Aug. 1821; pp. 561-71, to Marquis of Hastings 18th March 1821; pp. 571-3, to Capt. Latter [B. R. W. Latter, Commissioner of Rangpur] 22nd March 1821; pp. 571-81, 586-7, 589-614, 625-30, 634-8, 645-7, 669-72, to Lieut.-Col. Richards (? William, commanding in Singhbum) 5th May 1821; pp. 630-1, to Capt. Roban (?) 4th April 1821; pp. 632-4, to Capt. [Thomas] Frobisher (Ramgarh Battalion) 21st April 1821. (4) pp. 449-50, Memorandum on the state of Sambalpur. (5) pp. 451-7, Pedigree of Sambalpur Raja. (6) pp. 458-65, Notes on Revenues of Sambalpur. (7) p. 467, R. J. Denis (?) to Wilkinson 8th June 1833. (8) pp. 467-8, Stages from Hazaribagh to Sambalpur. (9) pp. 469-78, Notes on a march from Hazaribagh to Sambalpur. (10) pp. 655-66, John Adam (Chief Secretary, Bengal) to Major Roughsedge 29th Aug. 1818. (11) W. R. Gilbert (Agent to Governor-General on the South-West Frontier). pp. 701-32, 735-7, to G. Swinton 14th Dec. 1822 to 28th Oct. 1827; pp. 733-4, to Thomas Pockenham (Commissioner of Cuttack) 31st March 1827; pp. 738-44, to Andrew Stirling (Deputy Secretary) 12th May 1830. (12) pp. 745-52, Rough Notes on Villages. (13) pp. 755-800, Pedigrees, Notes on Murders, Distances, Castes, Produce, History, &c.

Sir John Kaye's Mutiny Papers  IOR/H/724a-727  1857-1876

4 volumes

Sir John Kaye's Mutiny Papers.  IOR/H/724a  1857-1859

Contents:
(1) pp. 1-3, Genealogical Tree of Madhava Rao of Kirwi and Narain Rao, Pensioners. (Both loyal to the British.) (2) pp. 5-20, List of demi-official correspondence connected with the mutiny and disbandment of the 19th N.I. (3) pp. 21-4, Madras Consultations 31st March 1857, Minutes by the President (Lord Harris), the Commander-in-Chief (Major-Gen. Sir Patrick Grant) and Walter Elliott (Member of Council) on the state of feeling in the Native Army (Printed). (4) p. 25, Col. George Burney (Commanding Sonthal Field Force) to Major A. H. Ross (Assistant Adjutant-General) 4th April 1857. (5) pp. 27-31, Lieut.-Col. C. Chester (Adjutant-General) to Major-Gen. J. B. Hearsey (Commanding Presidency Division) 13th April 1857. (6) pp. 33-58, Telegrams from Officiating Magistrate, Meerut, 9th May 1857, Governor-General to Hon. J. R. Colvin (Lieut.-Governor of the North-Western Provinces) 16th and 23rd May 1857, Political Agent, Gwalior 16th May 1857, Magistrate of Aligarh 16th May 1857, Governor-General to Lieut.-Governor, Agra, 16th May 1857, Colvin to Major-Gen. W. H. Hewitt (Commanding Meerut Division) to Brig. A. Wilson (Commanding at Meerut) with replies, Major-Gen. Hewitt to Colvin 19th May 1857; pp. 79, 161-7, Col. H. M. Durand to Colvin 7th to 28th June 1857; pp. 275-9, Col. Macpherson to Gen. A. Wilson 12th Aug. 1857, Major-Gen. G. E. Gowan to Umballa, Delhi and Meerut 12th Aug. 1857, Chief Commissioner, Lahore, to Gen. Wilson 13th Aug. 1857. The Military Miscellaneous Records, Vol. 320, contains the Telegrams for 1857 with Index. L/MIL/5/514. (7) pp. 58-60, Lieut. W. Greathed to -- Agra 24th May 1857 (Original); pp. 499-502, to Assistant Adjutant-General 1st Oct. 1857 (Original). (8) p. 61, Major J. Waterfield (Deputy Assistant Adjutant-General, Meerut) to -- 3rd June 1857 (Original). (9) pp. 65-72, C. Dixon (Acting Commissioner, Ajmere and Mairwara) to Colvin 29th May 1857 (Original). (10) pp. 73-6, Extract of Private Letter from Naini Tal; pp. 77-8, List of Europeans arrived at Naini Tal from Bareilly. (11) pp. 81-3, Baiza Bau Sahibeh to Capt. A. R. E. Hutchinson (Bheel Agent, Central India), n.d. (12) pp. 85-119, Project of an attack on Delhi prepared for submission to Major-Gen. Sir H. Barnard by Lieut. W. W. Greathed 11th June 1857; pp. 121-3, Note by Barnard. (13) pp. 125-37, Extract, Major-Gen. Read, C.B., to John Lawrence [16th June 1857]. (14) pp. 137-45, Memorandum by Brig.-Gen. A. Wilson 16th June 1857. (15) pp. 145-57, Memorandum by H. H. Greathed to the Lieutenant-Governor [of the N.W.P.] 17th June 1857. (16) p. 159, Public Notification at Allahabad, 18th June 1857, of a Mosque being turned into European barracks in punishment for the offering up of seditious prayers therein. (17) pp. 169-82, 255-74, Memoranda by Lieut.-Gen. Sir Patrick Grant (Acting Commander-in-Chief) 29th June and 11th Aug. 1857, on the necessary disposition of European troops in the Bengal Presidency, with enclosures. (18) pp. 183-7, Lieut. H. Murray (Commanding 5th Troop of Bengal Horse Artillery) to Lieut. J. S. Frith (Adjutant and Quartermaster, 1st Brig. Artillery) 13th July 1857 (Original). (19) Brig. Thomas Polwhele (Commanding Agra and Muttra District). pp. 189-211, to Deputy Adjutant-General, Calcutta, 20th July 1857, Report of the action of 5th July with the Mutineers; pp. 231-9, to Lieut.-Governor of N.W.P., 5th Aug. 1857, His supersession by Lieut.-Col. H. Cotton, with further correspondence. (20) p. 241, State of the Cavalry Brigade at Delhi 27th July 1857. (21) pp. 243-5, Charles Swaine and other Europeans in Tirhut to Officer Commanding at Dinapur, 29th July 1857 (Original), Request assistance. (22) pp. 247-53, Brig. A. Wilson to -- Reid 31st July 1857 (Original). (23) pp. 255-6, Col. J. H. Birch (Military Secretary to Governor-General) to General Officers commanding the Field Force before Delhi 29th July 1857. (24) pp. 281-4 [Col. Macpherson] to Col. Arthur Becher (Quartermaster-General, Delhi) 14th Aug. 1857. (25) pp. 285-8, Capt. James Young, Ordnance Return. (26) Lieut.-Col. Baird Smith (Chief Engineer, Delhi Force). pp. 289-353, Project of attack on Delhi 31st Aug. 1857; pp. 357-93, Instructions to various Regiments, signed by Lieut. H. Norman (Assistant Adjutant-General of Army); pp. 395-402, Memorandum for the Siege Batteries; pp. 403-14, Completion of the occupation of the City after the first Position has been secured; pp. 415-22, Instructions for the Left Column in the Assult; pp. 423-7, Instructions for the Artillery; pp. 429-31, Memorandum on the execution of the Assault; pp. 433-7, Memorandum for the Assault; pp. 439-42, Confidential Memoranda (Capt. Alexander Taylor, Director of the Assault); pp. 445-50, Detail of Engineer Arrangements for the occupation of Delhi; pp. 451-8, Memorandum 9th Sept. 1857. (27) p. 459, G. M. Smyth (?) to Baird Smith 12th Sept. 1857 (Original). (28) Major F. Goutskill (? Guitskill) (Commanding Artillery Brigade) to Deputy Assistant Adjutant General. pp. 461-86, 19th Sept. 1857, Report on the operations of the Artillery Brigade with reports to Capt. J. Frith (Major of Brigade, Army Field Force) from Major James Brind, Major E. Kaye, Major H. Campbell, Capt. E. B. Johnson, Brevet-Major E. W. Scott, Capt. C. H. Blunt and Major H. Tombs; pp. 487-98, 19th Sept. 1857, with Reports from Capt. F. Remington, Major H. Tombs, Major F. Turner, Lieut. Charles Hunter, Brevet-Major E. W. Scott, and Capt. G. Bourchier. (29) pp. 503-6, Capt. Septimus Harding Becher (Assistant Adjutant-General) to Gen. A. Wilson 12th Oct. 1857. (30) p. 507, Major-Gen. G. E. Gowan (Commanding Lahore Division) to Major W. Mayhew (Adjutant-General, Calcutta) 15th Oct. 1857. (31) pp. 509-15, Col. St. George Daniel Showers (Commanding Movable Column) to Deputy Assistant Adjutant-General, Delhi, 16th Oct. 1857 (Original). (32) pp. 517-20, Major M. J. Turnbull (Officiating Superintendent of Army Clothing) to Lieut.-Col. U. C. Lord Dunkellin (Military Secretary to Governor-General) 17th and 19th Nov. 1857. (33) pp. 521-5, Col. A. Abbott (Inspector-General of Ordnance and Magazines) to Lord Dunkellin 17th Nov. 1857. (34) pp. 529-31, Samuel Wauchope (Commissioner of Police, Calcutta). Report on Guns 11th Dec. 1857 (Original). (35) pp. 533-4, Cecil Beadon (Secretary, Home Department) to Lord -- 11th Dec. 1857 (Original). (36) pp. 539-41, Capt. T. Trench (Major of Brigade) to Col. Thomas Seaton 14th Dec. 1857. (37) pp. 543-8, Remount Agent to the E.I. Company (name illegible) to Col. J. H. Birch 28th Dec. 1857. (38) p. 549, Lieut. E. Jones (Artillery), Sketch of Temporary Defences for the School of Instruction and the European Hospital. (39) pp. 551-3, Fleetwood Williams (Commissioner of Meerut) to C. B. Thornhill (Secretary, N.W.P.) 11th Jan. 1858. (40) pp. 555-6, R. H. Dunlop (Magistrate of Meerut) to Williams 9th Jan. 1858. (41) pp. 557-72, G. B. Seton Karr (P.A.S.M.C. and Magistrate of Belgaum) to H. L. Anderson (Secretary, Bombay) 19th to 26th Feb. 1858, Escape and rebellion of the sons of the Sawunt. (42) pp. 573-614, Lieut. Sir W. Hamilton to Major Brind 3rd March 1858 (Original) with Memorandum of his services before Delhi. (43) pp. 617-22, Draft Regulations for Fort --. (44) p. 623, Notes on Major-Gen. W. H. Sleeman's Journey through the Kingdom of Oude in 1849-50 (London, 1858) and L. E. Runtz Rees' Personal Narrative of the Siege of Lucknow (London, 1858). (45) pp. 625-35, "A few Notes connected with the Military Operations at Agra during the Mutiny in 1857-58, by Major-Gen. William Riddell, C.B., then Colonel Commanding the 3rd Bengal European Regiment" (about 3,500 words); pp. 637-51, "Memoranda of the Services of the 3rd European Regiment quartered at Agra under the command of Lieut.-Col. William Riddell from the commencement of the outbreak on the 10th day of May 1857" [up to 12th April 1859] (about 2,500 words).

Sir John Kaye's Mutiny Papers.  IOR/H/725  1857-1876

Contents:
(1) pp. 1-12, Major H. Ramsay (Commissioner of Kumaon) to W. Muir (Secretary, N.W.P.) 22nd July 1858 (Printed, about 2,100 words), Narrative of outbreak of disturbances in Kumaon. (Two copies.) (2) pp. 13-24, E. O. Mayne (Magistrate of Banda) to E. C. Bayley (Commissioner for the Fourth Division) 10th Nov. 1858, Outbreak in Banda (Printed, about 4,500 words). (3) pp. 25-147, Rough translation of Account of the Mutiny by Ahsunollah, Physician to the King of Delhi, by H. S. Reid (Director of Public Instruction, N.W.P.), n.d. (about 14,000 words). See Two Native Diaries of the Mutiny in Delhi, 1898, for narratives of the Mutiny by Mainodin aud Munshi Jeewan Lal, translated by C. T. Metcalfe. (4) pp. 149-51, Statements in their defence by Mirza Bhakhtawar Shah and Mirza Sohrab Hindi (alias Mirza Mendhu); pp. 153-4, Portion of another Statement by --. (5) pp. 157-98, Secretary's Notes on Rewards granted in the Meerut Division in 1858. (6) pp. 201-333, Correspondence of W. Glynn (Deputy Collector of Fatehpur and Special Commissioner for the trial of cases) with W. Muir, C. B. Thornhill, Capt. L. Barrow (Deputy Commissioner), R. Montgomery (Chief Commissioner of Oude) and Viscount Canning, June and July 1858 (several letters original), including, pp. 275-7, Petition from Renee (? Beni) Mudhu. (7) pp. 337-47, 359-86, Journal, 11th May to 11th Sept. 1857, of Kidanat [? Kedar Nath], late Clerk, Delhi Gazette Press (about 4,000 words), Affairs in Delhi. (8) p. 349, Note by Capt. A. Wilde on Havildar Durga Sing 8th Dec. 1857. (9) p. 351, Note on the Jama Masjid at Delhi. (10) p. 387, Munshi Mohan Lal to Brig. -- Chamberlain 11th Nov. 1857, with, pp. 389-422, Account of the causes of the Mutiny 8th Nov. 1857 (Originals). (11) p. 425, Extracts from Enclosure to India Political Letter of 16th Feb. 1849, being part of Collection to Court's Political Despatch of 16th June 1850, Succession to the throne of Delhi. (12) pp. 427-37, J. Abbott to -- 27th March 1857 (Original), Signs of mutiny at Barrackpore. (See H/726 (1).) (13) pp. 439-56, Journal of an eye-witness with Sir Hugh Rose's force 15th May to 22nd June 1857 (about 4,500 words), and, pp. 585-97, in the pursuit of Tantia Topee 14th Sept. to 8th Oct. 1858. (See Kaye and Malleson, V, pp. 127-236, about 5,400 words.) (14) pp. 457-528, Extracts from "Two Years' experiences during the great Sepoy Mutiny of 1857-8." [Noted as by -- Osborne. Not in the India Office Library.] (15) p. 529, Map of the Mowadabar [i.e. Mohadaba. See Kaye and Malleson, III, p. 269] Massacre. (16) pp. 533-44, B. P. Strood (?) to Col. C. M. Carmichael, Neemuch 12th June 1857 (Original). (17) pp. 549-69, Major Charles O'Brien (3rd N.I.), Account of the Mutiny at Faizabad, Dinapur, 18th June 1857 (Original, about 2,400 words). (18) pp. 569-72, Statement of Jemadar Shaikh Salamat Ali of the 53rd N.I. (19) pp. 573-8, Major G. C. Ponsonby (2nd Light Cavalry, late Commanding at Benares) to Major W. Lydiard (Assistant Adjutant-General, Dinapur) 25th June 1857 (Original). (20) pp. 581-4, News Report (Private and Confidential), Mhow, 24th Sept. 1857, signed J. Macdonald to Col. R. Phayre. (21) pp. 599-612, Col. H. Fraser (Chief Engineer, N.W.P.) to Viscount Canning 15th Oct. 1857, Narrative (about 2,300 words) of events in the N.W.P., in continuation of Mr. E. A. Reade's (Sudder Board of Revenue, N.W.P.) Address of 30th Sept. 1857. (22) pp. 613-32, "Recollections of some of the occurrences which transpired at the Headquarters of the S. Division of the Bombay Army in the months of May, June, July, August and September," Belgaum, 10th Nov. 1857. By Major-Gen. J. P. Lester (about 2,500 words). (23) pp. 633-50, "Memorandum containing the result of enquiries made by desire of the Governor-General into the rumours of European females having been dishonoured during the late Mutinies." By W. Muir 30th Dec. 1857 (Original, about 4,000 words). [The only evidence available was negative and contrary to the rumours.] (24) pp. 651-3, A. M. Phillips (Collector of Agra) to G. F. Harvey (Commissioner of Agra) 17th May 1858, with, pp. 655-67, Narrative of events at Fatehpur Sikri by N. Parsick (Deputy Collector) (about 2,500 words). (25) pp. 669-782, Brig.-Gen. G. W. Lawrence (Officiating Agent to the Governor-General in Rajputana) to G. F. Edmonstone (Secretary) 27th July 1858, Narrative of Events in Rajputana (about 34,000 words. See H/727 (8)). (26) pp. 783-804, Col. G. Ramsay (Resident in Nepal) to C. Beadon (Member of Supreme Council) 3rd Sept. 1860, Rumours of Nana Sahib's death and affairs in Nepal. (27) pp. 807-14, Memorandum on the Crisis in the Sawunt Waree Country by George le Grand Jacob (about 1,500 words); pp. 1007-9, 1055-7, Jacob to Sir J. Kaye 18th Jan. 1866 and 26th May 1865 (Originals). (28) pp. 815-6, Sir R. C. Shakespear (Resident at Jodhpur), View of the Rebellion 3rd July 1857. (29) pp. 817-966, Two letters from Major-Gen. G. W. Lloyd regarding Cawnpore. (30) pp. 967-9, Statement of a Jemadar to Capt. Arnold Becher (40th N.I.), n.d. (31) pp. 973-98, Capt. S. Mortimer (late 60th Rifles) to Sir John Kaye 20th June 1876 (Original), Account of the 4th Column in the Assault on Delhi (about 1,400 words). (32) pp. 999-1005, Lord Elphinstone to Col. George le Grand Jacob 9th Sept. 1857. Jacob notes that this letter shows that Lord Elphinstone accepted Dalhousie's doctrine of Lapse. (33) pp. 1011-6, Syed Ahmed to Sir J. Kaye 14th Dec. 1869 (Original), How far the Mutiny in the N.W.P. developed into a popular rebellion. (34) pp. 1019-30, Capt. E. M. Martineau to Sir John Kaye 20th Oct. 1864 (Original). (35) pp. 1031-51, Capt. Septimus H. Becher (Assistant Deputy Adjutant-General) to Capt. Martineu April and May 1857 (Originals). (36) pp. 1059-62, Col. Cunnyngham Robertson to Sir John Kaye 5th July 1876 (Original), with, pp. 1063-9, Col. G. E. Baynes' Account of the 2nd Column in the storm of Delhi on 14th Sept. 1857 (about 650 words); pp. 1071-4, Extracts from Kaye's Sepoy War. (37) pp. 1075-1110, Confidential Note of 1st Aug. 1868 by W.R.M[ansfield] on Sir Charles Windham's (C.O., Cawnpore) pamphlet relative to his doings at Cawnpore in 1857 (published in 1865). (38) pp. 1111-3, "Memorandum for the information of Major-Gen. Archdale Wilson," by Major-Gen. W. Jones -- March 1864, His entry by the Cashmere Gate. (39) pp. 1115-9, Col. E. H. Greathed to Major-Gen. Jones 12th Jan. 1864 (Original). (40) pp. 1121-30, J. H. M[acgregor] to Sir J. Kaye 16th April 1872 (Original). (41) pp. 1131-42, Lieut. H. G. Delafosse (late 53rd N.I.), n.d., Events at Cawnpore, with list of the killed (about 1,450 words). (42) pp. 1145-6, Translation of a Vernacular document found in the House in which the Ladies of Gen. Wheeler were murdered, List of those who arrived in the house on Tuesday 7th July 1857.

Sir John Kaye's Mutiny Papers.  IOR/H/726  1857-1862

Contents:
(1) pp. 1-9, J. Abbott to -- 27th March 1857. (See H/725 (12).) (2) pp. 11-9, Extract from a Speech by Lord Derby 29th March 1857 on the exploits of Mr. Venables (an Indigo Planter), Charles Gubbins (Judge of Aligarh), Alonzo Money (Magistrate of Gaya), William Tayler (Commissioner of Patna) and Gen. James Neill. (3) pp. 21-2, Lieut.-Col. W. St. Leger Mitchell to Major Ross 24th April 1857, The dying speech of Issurree Pandy. (4) pp. 23-5, Notes by Lieut.-Col. H. Fraser (Chief Engineer), Agra, 13th May 1857. (5) pp. 27-9, Major J. A. Weller and Lieut.-Col. H. Fraser to the Lieutenant-Governor of the N.W.P. 8th June 1857, Necessity of providing a Refuge for the Women. (6) pp. 31-4, Memorandum by Major Weller 10th June 1857 for the preparation of a Memorial to the Lieutenant-Governor. (7) pp. 35-56, Diary Letter from E. Keen (?) to --, 31st March to 8th June 1857 (Original). (8) pp. 57-67, G. C. Barnes (Commissioner of the Cis-Sutlej States) to Sir John Lawrence 16th [April] 1857. (9) Sir John Lawrence (Chief Commissioner and Political Agent, Punjab). pp. 69-71, 137-9, 143-9, 151-61, 583-9, to Viscount Canning 13th to 23rd May 1857; pp. 73-7, 577-85, 593-5, to Gen. George Anson 3rd to 27th May 1857; pp. 77-9, 83-5, 131-5, 141-3, 155, to Lieut.-Col. H. B. Edwardes 13th May to 24th July 1857; pp. 81-3, to Lieut.-Col. Neville B. Chamberlain 13th May 1857; pp. 85-7, to Lieut.-Col. J. D. Macpherson (Military Secretary, Punjab) 14th May 1857; pp. 87-91, to -- 21st May 1857; pp. 149-51, 589-93, to H. H. Greathed 9th July and 25th May 1857; p. 151, to Gen. Thomas Reed 9th July 1857; pp. 575-7, to R. Montgomery, n.d., with extract from Capt. Hodson relative to the capture of the King on 20th Sept. (10) pp. 93-5, 119-25, Brig.-Gen. Sydney Cotton (Commanding Peshawar Division) to Sir John Lawrence 13th May to 18th Aug. 1857. (11) pp. 97-107, Brig. P. Innes (Commanding at Firozpur) to Lieut.-Col. Charles Chester (Adjutant-General) 16th May 1857. (12) pp. 109-17, Lieut.-Col. H. B. Edwardes (Commissioner, Punjab) to Sir John Lawrence 27th May 1857. (13) pp. 127-9, Brig. Stuart Corbett (Commanding at Lahore) to -- 12th May 1857, the Firozpur affair. (14) pp. 163-221, Papers relating to the Mutiny of the 6th N.I. at Allahabad, mostly from Brevet-Col. D. Simpson (54th N.I.), then in command at Allahabad -- June to September 1857; pp. 1299-300, Memo. anent the Fatal Parade [of 6th June]. (See Kaye and Malleson, II, 182 et seq.) (15) Viscount Canning (Governor-General). pp. 223-33, to the Board of Control, n.d., The change in the character of the Mutiny from a religious grievance to a political revolution; pp. 233-5, to J. R. Colvin 10th June 1857; pp. 237-9, to the Hon. Vernon Smith (President of the Board of Control) 5th June 1857. (16) pp. 241-3, Index to Appendix to Neill (i.e. Gen. James Neill) Papers. (17) pp. 245-300, Appendix to Neill Papers June to September 1857, including letters from Sir P. Grant (Acting Commander-in-Chief), Sir Henry Havelock, Sir James Outram, J. R. Colvin and G. C. Barnes, also Instructions to Capt. Spurgin, Major Renaud and his own successor at Allahabad. (18) pp. 301-415, Major-Gen. Thomas Reed to Sir John Lawrence June to August 1757, with Journal 31st May to 6th July 1857. (19) pp. 415-9, 443-522, 553-6, H. H. Greathed to Sir John Lawrence 4th July to 18th Sept. 1857; pp. 421-3, 431-7, Extracts from News Letters; p. 425, to J. R. Colvin 26th June 1857. (20) pp. 425-6, Sir H. Barnard to Gen. A. Wilson 18th July 1857. (21) Major-Gen. A. Wilson (Commanding at Delhi). pp. 429, 889-93, to Col. Septimus Beecher 29th June and 18th Oct. 1857; pp. 525-53, to the Adjutant-General 12th Aug. 1857; pp. 857-60, to Major-Gen. W. H. Hewitt 12th Aug. 1857; pp. 861-2, 882-4, to Major-Gen. G. E. Gowan 14th Aug. to 27th Sept. 1857; pp. 862-3, 865-6, 870-3, 884-5, to Sir John Lawrence 18th Aug. to 28th Sept. 1857; pp. 863-4, 904, 907-9, to Major-Gen. N. Penny (Commanding at Meerut) 18th Aug. to 31st Dec. 1857; pp. 866-7, to Capt. R. Lawrence 18th Aug. 1857; pp. 867-9, to Capt. [W. S. R.] Hodson 20th Aug. 1857; pp. 874-8, to Viscount Canning 31st Aug. 1857; pp. 878-81, 887-9, to A. Brandreth 26th Sept. to 2nd Oct. 1857; pp. 881-2, to Secretary, Military Department, 26th Sept. 1857; pp. 885-6, to Lieut.-Col. J. D. Macpherson (Military Secretary, Punjab) 29th Sept. 1857; pp. 894-5, to G. F. Edmonstone (Secretary, Foreign Department) 24th Oct. 1857; pp. 895-6, to Adjutant-General, H.M.'s Forces [Col. H. Havelock] 28th Oct. 1857; pp. 897-8, to Col. R. J. H. Birch (Secretary, Military Department) 28th Oct. 1857; pp. 898-9, 909-11, to Capt. H. W. Norman (Assistant Adjutant-General) 13th Aug. 1857 to 9th Feb. 1858; pp. 900-1, to Sir Colin Campbell (Commander-in-Chief) 15th Nov. 1857; pp. 901-2, to Major W. A. Mayhew (Deputy Adjutant-General) 30th Nov. 1857; pp. 902-3, to Major-Gen. W. Mansfield (Chief of Staff) 30th Nov. 1857; pp. 905-6, to C. Saunders (Officiating Political Agent, Delhi) 28th Nov. 1857. (22) pp. 439-41, Lieut.-Col. Murray Mackenzie to -- 13th July 1857 (Original). (23) pp. 597-665, ? Gen. James Neill's Diary 21st June to 12th Sept. 1857. (24) pp. 667-718, Extracts from --'s Journal 27th June to 28th Sept. 1857. (25) pp. 719-21, Memorandum on Viscount Canning. (26) pp. 723-7, 729-36, Memoranda on the State of feeling in Calcutta and the State of feeling of the Natives; pp. 737-83, Memorandum by (?) Sir Orfeur Cavanagh. (27) pp. 785-9, J. R. Colvin (Lieutenant-Governor, N.W.P.) to Viscount Canning -- July 1857. (28) pp. 791-801, Memorandum on the three Passages of the Ganges at Cawnpore during the rainy season of 1857 by the Oude Force under Major-Gen. Sir Henry Havelock (Printed); p. 803, Illustrative Map of the same, Both by Capt. W. A. Crommelin (Chief Engineer, Oude Field Force) -- Feb. 1858. (29) pp. 805-12, Extract from Article in the Friend of India 6th Aug. 1857, "How Cawnpore was lost." (30) pp. 813-6, News from Agra 12th Aug. 1857. (31) pp. 817-40, 847-53, 1160-8, 1471-91, G. B. Seton Karr (Magistrate of Belgaum) to H. L. Anderson 21st Aug. 1857 to 25th April 1860. (32) H. L. Anderson (Secretary, Bombay). pp. 841-3, 855-6, 921-30, 1169-71, to Seton-Karr 14th Sept. 1857 to 8th May 1858; pp. 845-6, to A. Bettington (Commissioner of Police, Poona) 14th Sept. 1857. (33) pp. 913-5, Memorandum by Major-Gen. G. E. Gowan 18th Aug. 1857 (incomplete). (34) pp. 917-20, Narrative of Events at Gorakhpur 13th to 23rd Aug. 1857 (about 2,100 words). (35) A. Brandreth (Secretary to the Chief Commissioner of the Punjab) pp. 931, 963-70, to Gen. A. Wilson 4th and 29th Sept. 1857; p. 955, to Brig.-Gen. John Nicholson 18th Sept. 1857. (36) pp. 933-53, Narrative of the storming of the Water Bastion Breach and a portion of the Caubul Gate (by the 8th King's) (about 600 words). (37) p. 957, Secretary, Punjab, to Secretary, Government of India, 1st June 1857, The Chief Commissioner's confidence in Brig. S. Cotton, Lieut.-Col. Edwardes and Lieut.-Col. Nicholson; pp. 957-8, R. Simson (Officiating Under Secretary) to Sir John Lawrence 11th Aug. 1857, The Governor-General's thanks to Cols. Chute (?) and Nicholson. (38) pp. 959-61, Major James Brind to Major F. Guitskell 23rd Sept. 1857. (39) pp. 971-3, Major-Gen. W. Mansfield (Chief of the Staff) to Major-Gen. A. Wilson 7th Oct. 1857. (40) pp. 975-87, Memorandum on reinforcements from Ceylon, Mauritius and the Cape. (41) pp. 991-2, Extract of a letter to Capt. Bruce at Cawnpore from Lucknow 28th Oct. 1857. (42) p. 993, Extract of letter from the Officiating Commissioner of Delhi to the Chief Commissioner of Lahore 22nd Nov. 1857. (43) pp. 995-7, Lieut. W. Gray to Major Brind 18th Dec. 1857 (Original). (44) p. 999, Extract from a letter to Gen. Penny 17th Dec. 1857. (45) pp. 1001-2, Lieut. E. Paske (Officiating Secretary, Punjab) to Major-Gen. A. Wilson 24th Dec. 1857. (46) pp. 1003-106, Edward Thornton (Commissioner and Superintendent, Jhelum Division) to R. Montgomery (Judicial Commissioner, Punjab) 23rd Feb. 1858, Report on Mutiny Operations in his [the Rawalpindi] Division (about 15,000 words). (47) pp. 1109-57, Evidence of Seetaram Bawa (suspected of connection with the revolt) given before H. B. Devereux (Judicial Commissioner of Mysore) and Capt. J. L. Pearse (Officiating Superintendent of the Ashtagram Division) 25th Jan. 1858. (48) pp. 1173-290, Journal of Col. Stuart (Military Secretary). (49) pp. 1291-3, Court of Directors to the Governor-General, Military Department, 1st Sept. 1858, Signed by Sir Frederick Currie (Last Chairman of the East India Company). (50) pp. 1295-7, Notes. (51) pp. 1301-4, Fragment. (52) pp. 1305-9, Memorandum by G. H. Barlow on Neil Benjamin Edmonstone, formerly Secretary in the Secret, Political and Foreign Department of the Government of India. (53) pp. 1311-7, Political Interference with the Military. (54) pp. 1319-57, Campaign of the Malwa Field Force. (55) pp. 1359-75, Memorandum on the murder of a native. (See Kaye's Lives of Indian Officers, I, 148-9.) (56) Edward Hare (Inspector-General of Hospitals, said to have first established the use of Quinine during fever. The use of Bark, i.e. Quinine, as a Tonic for weakness after the subsidence of temperature is mentioned in the Diary of Lieut. John Pester under date 26th Oct. 1804 (War and Sport in India, 1802-06. An Officer's Diary. Edited by J. A. Devenish.) pp. 1377-95, Medical Memo. of the Siege of Delhi (about 1,000 words, ? Original); pp. 1399-457, Notes on the Mutiny and Siege of Delhi. (Printed in Major E. C. Hare's Memoirs of Edward Hare, p. 101 et seq.) [Hare expresses a very heterodox view of John Lawrence.] (57) pp. 1459-68, Memo. of facts connected with the Rebellion on the Belgaum, North Canara and Goa Frontier in 1858, and the Force known as the Goa Field Force. (58) pp. 1469-91, Remarks by G. B. Seton Karr on the annual report for 1858 by H. B. Lockett, Acting Political Agent, S.M.C., 25th April 1860. (59) pp. 1495-1515, Memorandum of Sir Robert N. C. Hamilton to Lord Palmerston 20th March 1862 on the Prize Money claims of the troops which operated in Central India or South of the Jumna (Printed). (60) pp. 1517-23, Military Statements (Printed). (61) pp. 1525-32, Trial at Delhi in 1862 of Mogul Beg for murder of European gentlemen and ladies on 11th May 1857 (Printed). See Selections from Punjab Records, 1857, N.S. 7. (62) pp. 1533-73, Cuttings from Anglo-Indian Newspapers on subjects connected with the Mutiny, such as Afghanistan, the Tanjore case, Nawab Khan Bahadur Khan of Bareilly and the Indus Flotilla.

Sir John Kaye's Mutiny Papers.  IOR/H/727  1857-1858

Contents:
(1) pp. 1-78, Private Diary of Col. G. M. Sherer (16th N.I., Commanding Native Infantry at Jalpaiguri) 26th June to 1st Sept. 1857, In the form of letters to Col. [? S. Corbett, Commanding at Lahore]. (2) pp. 81-485, Mutiny Narratives, i.e. Events at different places, arranged chronologically, 12th May to 30th June 1857. (3) pp. 487-733, Translation of "Advice of the Royal Army," a pamphlet in the handwriting of Shaikh Said Rungin Rakam 15th Sept. 1857, A justification of the Mutiny after the One Hundred Years rule of the English. (4) pp. 735-48, "Narrative of events connected with the outbreak in 1857. which fell under the observation of Major [G. W.] Williams [Commissioner of Military Police, N.W.P.] in the Meerut Division 15th Dec. 1858 (Printed, about 12,000 words); pp. 943-55, "Memorandum on the Mutiny and Outbreak at Meerut in May 1857 by Major Williams," 15th Nov. 1858 (Printed, about 8,300 words); pp. 957-1009, "Depositions taken at Meerut by Major G. W. Williams," n.d. (Printed). (5) pp. 749-56, "Narrative of the mutiny of the 29th N.I. at Moradabad," Unsigned and without date (Printed, about 5,600 words). (6) pp. 757-8, "Statement of the Mutiny by the Moolvie and Native Doctor of the [20th N.I.] Regiment at Moradabad," n.d. (about 1,000 words). (7) pp. 759-68, "A few words relative to the late Mutiny of the Bengal Army and the Rebellion in the Bengal Presidency by Shaik Hedayut Ali, Subadar and Sirdar Bahadoor, Bengal Sikh Police Battalion, commanded by Capt. T. Rattray, who has translated this paper from the original Oordoo" 30th Jan. 1858 (Printed, about 7,200 words). (8) pp. 769-815, Brig.-Gen. G. H. Lawrence (Officiating Agent to the Governor-General, Rajputana) to G. F. Edmonstone (Secretary) 27th July 1858, Occurrences in Rajputana (Printed, about 34,000 words. See H/725 (25)). (9) pp. 817-21, F. H. Gubbins (Commissioner, 5th Division) to W. Muir (Secretary, N.W.P.) 6th Nov. 1858 (Printed), with, pp. 823-40, Narrative of "The Rebellion of 1857 in the Province of Benares," by Robert Taylor (Officiating Joint Magistrate of Jounpoor) 15th Oct. 1858 and, pp. 841-5, Supplement 19th Nov. 1858 (the last two printed, and about 15,000 words). (10) pp. 845-75, "Translation of a Narrative of Events at Cawnpore," by Nanuk Chand, an inhabitant of Cawnpore, with, pp. 875-82, "Some account of the revolt of the Contingent," by Doulut Pershad, n.d. (all printed, about 34,000 words). (11) pp. 883-94, C. Wingfield (Commissioner, Gorakhpur) to W. Muir 5th July 1858 (two copies), giving a Narrative of events at Gorakhpur in 1857-58, compiled from a narrative or journal by the former Magistrate, W. S. Paterson (Printed, about 3,700 words). (12) pp. 895-906, Capt. A. H. Ternan (Deputy Commissioner of Jaloun) to Capt. F. W. Pinkney (Commissioner, Jhansi Division) 12th June 1858, with letters from G. Passanah (Deputy Collector and Deputy Magistrate, Jaloun) and Syed Oomur Duraz Alee (Deputy Collector and Deputy Magistrate, Jaloun) giving a Narrative of events in the District of Jaloun (Printed, about 8,000 words). (13) pp. 909-33, "Narrative of Events attending the outbreak of disturbances and the restoration of authority in the Division of Jhansie in 1857-58" by Capt. J. W. Pinkney 20th Nov. 1858 (Printed, about 14,500 words). (14) pp. 935-40, M. Thornhill (Late Magistrate of Muttra) to G. F. Harvey (Commissioner, Agra Division) 10th Aug. 1858, Narrative of events in the District of Muttra (Printed, about 3,500 words).

Tantia Topi.  IOR/H/727a  1859

Contents:
(1) pp. 1-22, "Translation of Tantia Topee's voluntary deposition or statement taken in Camp Mooshrairee on 10th April 1859, in presence of Major [Sir Richard John] Meade, Commanding Field Force." [Tantia Topi, a Maratha Brahman, was the ablest of the Indian leaders in the Mutiny. He was captured, and on 18th April 1859 executed.] (2) pp. 23-57, Translation of Tantia Topi's Order Book.

Note: Presented to the India Office by the Executors of Sir Owen Burne 3rd Jan. 1910.


Letter Books of David Scott, Chairman of the East India Company in 1796 and 1801  IOR/H/728-731  1778-1805

4 volumes

Letter Book of David Scott.  IOR/H/728  1778-1797

Contents:
(1) David Scott's Letters. pp. 123, 137, 228-9, 376, to Sir Ralph Abercromby 24th Sept. 1795 to 4th April 1796; pp. 39, 53, 63-4, 104-5, 157-63, 312, 340, 350, 360-1, 385-6, 426, to Alexander Adamson 6th April 1795 to 19th May 1796; pp. 16-7, 131, 133-5, 142-3, to David Anderson 2nd Jan. 1795 to 4th March 1796; p. 16, to James Anderson 2nd Jan. 1795; pp. 301-2, to the Provost of St. Andrews 3rd March 1796; pp. 515-6, 518-9, to Robert Andrews 1st and 11th Sept. 1796; p. 122, to the Duke of Athol 30th Nov. 1795; pp. 270-1, to Alexander Baillie 22nd Jan. 1796; p. 138, to Col. Baillie (or Bayley, 99th Regt.) 20th Dec. 1795; p. xx, to Balaji Janarthun (alias Nana Farnese) 27th Nov. 1780; p. 286, to Robert Balfour 6th Feb. 1796; p. 331, to Robert Barclay 3rd April 1796; p. 414, to Lewis Barretto 16th May 1796; p. 136, to Sir Francis Baring 30th Nov. 1795; p. 308, to the Countess Dowager of Bathurst 12th March 1796; p. 274, to Lord Aurelius Beauclerk 1st Feb. 1796; pp. 52, 399-400, to John Bebb 6th April 1795 and 11th May 1796; pp. 38-9, 318, to Col. Bellasis 6th April 1795 and 11th Feb. 1796; pp. xxviii-xxix, xxxix, to Bijroo Ragoonauth 16th Dec. 1780 and 23rd Jan. 1781; pp. 108-9, 348, to Dr. Blinshall 15th May 1795 and 23rd April 1796; p. 419, to Bruce Boswell 17th May 1796; pp. 415, 421, to George Boyd 17th May 1796; p. 309, to the Earl of Breadalbane 12th March 1796; pp. 332-4, 522, to Alexander Brodie 8th April and 15th Sept. 1796; pp. 516-7, to Dr. Brodie 20th Sept. 1796; p. 480, to Robert Broff (Governor of Bencoolen) 7th Aug. 1796; pp. 65, 465-6, to Governor Brook (Governor of St. Helena) 2nd March 1795 to 2nd June 1796; pp. 411, 427-8, to Murdoch Brown 16th and 19th May 1796; pp. 132-3, to Sir James Smyth Burges and James Ogilvie, n.d.; p. 499, to Col. Callendar 13th Aug. 1796; pp. 263-5, to A. M. Campbell 15th Nov. 1795; p. 413, to Gen. Dugald Campbell 16th May 1796; pp. 3-7, 17, 306, 310-1, 454, to Sir David Carnegie 2nd Jan. 1795 to 2nd May 1796; pp. 415, 425, to Capt. James Carnegie 17th May 1796; pp. 143, 203-5, to Lindsay Carnegie 20th Dec. and 11th Sept. 1795; pp. 259-60, to Lady Mary Ann Carnegie 16th Nov. 1796; pp. 267-9, to Patrick Carnegie 21st Nov. 1795; pp. 251-2, to William Chalmers 7th Nov. 1795; pp. 205-8, to James Chaplain 11th Sept. 1795; pp. 229-30, to Robert Charnock 17th Oct. 1795; pp. 178-9, 302-3, 363, to Provost John Cheape 15th Jan. to 28th April 1796; p. 134, to Commissioner Cherry 6th Nov. 1795; pp. 106-7, 114-5, 331, 480-3, to Gen. Clarke 15th May 1795 to 1st Aug. 1796; pp. 140, 224, 275-6, 453, to Capt. James Clayhill 11th July 1795 to 2nd July 1796; p. 146, to Charles Thomas Coggan, n.d.; p. 413, to Messrs. Colt, Baker & Co. 16th May 1796; p. 109, to Lieut. Colquhoun (37th Regt.) 22nd June 1796; pp. 460-2, to George Constable 16th July 1796; p. 523, to Marquis Cornwallis 23rd Sept. 1796; pp. 384-5, to Gen. Sir Henry Cosby 7th May 1796; pp. 7-9, to Joseph Cotton 19th Jan. 1795; p. 350, to William Cowper 25th April 1796; p. 480, to Capt. Craig 7th Aug. 1796; pp. 192-4, 223, 289, 335, 342, 507-8, to Patrick Cruikshank 6th Sept. 1795 to 20th Aug. 1796; pp. 18-9, to George Cummings 12th Jan. 1795; p. 406, to Dady Nassurwanjee 16th May 1796; p. 412, to Thomas Day, 16th May 1796; pp. 534-5, to Capt. Dempster 15th Oct. 1796; pp. 128-31, 223-4, 236-8, 241-6, 266-7, 283-4, 379-80, to George Dempster 27th Nov. 1795 to 7th May 1796; p. 157, to Mrs. Devaynes 10th Jan. 1796; p. 425, to Major Dickson 17th May 1796; p. 364, to James Dobie 30th April 1796; p. 453, to Sir A. Douglas 2nd July 1796; pp. 114, 144-5, to Lord Douglas 9th July and 20th Dec. 1795; pp. 255-8, to William Douglas (Brigton) 12th Nov. 1795; p. 429, to W. Duffin 1st July 1796; pp. 429, 462-3, 504, 529, 539-40, to Alexander Duncan 1st July to 29th Oct. 1796; pp. 258-9, to James Duncan 15th Nov. 1795; pp. 35-6, 99-102, 163-7, 312, 371-3, 377, 400-1, 420-1, 475-9, 511-3, to Jonathan Duncan (Governor of Bombay) 6th April 1795 to 25th Aug. 1796; pp. 230-5, 239-40, 290-1, 337-8, 349, 387-8, 396-9, 403, 496, 528, 541-5, to Henry Dundas 18th Oct. 1795 to 10th June 1797; pp. 36-7, 93, 103, 297-9, to Philip Dundas 6th April 1795 to 9th Feb. 1796; pp. 186-92, 465, to Robert Dundas (Lord Advocate of Scotland) 7th Sept. 1795 to 1st Aug. 1796; pp. 50-1, to Sir W. Dunkin 6th April 1795; p. 117, to Lords Dunsinnan and Methven 24th July 1795; pp. 500-1, to Col. and Mrs. Edwards 15th Aug. 1796; pp. 31-2, 509-11, to Sir George Keith Elphinstone 23rd March 1795 to 16th Aug. 1796; pp. 240-1, to Major Erskine 28th Oct. 1795; pp. 19-20, to Messrs. Fairlie, Reid & Co. 7th Feb. 1795; pp. 27, 58-60, 65-90, 112-3, 148-54, 168, 396, 402, 407, 423, 500, to William Fairlie 19th Feb. 1795 to 13th Aug. 1796; p. 409, to W. G. Farmer 16th May 1796; p. 416, to Sir Walter Farquhar 17th May 1796; pp. 96-7, 99, to William Fawkener 8th and 9th May 1795; p. 147, to David Fergusson 19th Jan. 1796; p. 376, to Rev. W. Fergusson 4th May 1796; p. 225, to J. Fife 24th Sept. 1795; p. 498, to Lord Fife 13th Aug. 1796; p. 452, to Thomas Fitzhugh 2nd July 1796; p. 406, to Framjee Nassurwanjee 16th May 1796; p. 33, to Col. Fotheringham 4th April 1795; p. 47, to Cornish Gambier 6th April 1795; pp. 3, 15, 535, to Capt. Gardiner 28th Dec. 1794 to 19th Oct. 1796; p. 411, to Robert Gardiner 16th May 1796; p. 15, to Adam Glegg 11th Feb. 1795; p. 336, to P. Glegg 10th April 1796; pp. i-iv, ix-x, xii-xvi, xviii-xxii, xxiv-xxvi, xxxv, xl-xli, xliii, xlvii-xlix, to Gen. Thomas Goddard 13th Oct. 1780 to 26th Feb. 1781; pp. 271-3, 407, 494-5, to Sir Francis Gordon 14th Jan. to 9th Aug. 1796; pp. 195-203, 217-22, 305, 313, 523-4, to John Graeme 11th Sept. 1795 to 23rd Sept. 1796; pp. 356-7, 364, 369-70, 370-3, to Messrs. Graham and Graeme 2nd April 1796; pp. 135, 176-8, 278-82, 304, 341-2, to Robert Fintry Graham 28th Nov. 1795 to 16th Feb. 1796; p. 351, to Thomas Graham 25th April 1796; pp. 37-8, 40, 54, 169-71, 271, 388-91, to John Griffiths 6th April 1795 to 9th May 1796; p. 99, to Mary Griffith 25th May 1795; pp. 92, 115-6, 211-7, 252-4, 260-3, to James Guthrie 1st May to 16th Nov. 1795; p. 411, to Capt. George Hadow 16th May 1796; pp. 41-2, 408-9, to Patrick Hadow 6th April 1795 to 16th May 1796; pp. 526-7, to the Right Hon. Thomas Harley 1st Oct. 1796; pp. 49-50, 110-1, 421-3, to Herbert Harris 6th April 1795 to 16th May 1796; pp. 419-20, to James Hay 18th May 1796; pp. 525, 527-8, to the Rev. Dr. Heath 23rd Sept. to 1st Oct. 1796; pp. 294-5, to George Heming 31st Jan. 1796; pp. 10, 93-4, 107-8, 356-7, 377, 425, 454-5, 467-75, to Lord Hobart 30th Jan. 1795 to 3rd Aug. 1796; pp. 537-8, to -- Howe 29th Oct. 1796; pp. 116-7, 246-51, to Charles Hunter 17th June to 31st Oct. 1795; p. 471, to Dr. Hunter 20th Aug. 1796; p. 1, to John Hunter 22nd Dec. 1794; p. 464, to W. Huskisson 24th July 1796; pp. 536-7, to Randle Jackson 28th Oct. 1796; pp. 309-10, to Lady James 12th March 1796; pp. 42, 412, to John Jervis 6th April 1795 and 16th May 1796; pp. 299-300, to the Rev. Dr. Johnston 9th Feb. 1796; p. 91, to W. Jukes 1st May 1795; p. 43, to Col. Kerr 6th April 1795; pp. 338, 516, to Robert Key 21st March and 1st Sept. 1796; p. 413, to N. E. Kindersley 16th May 1796; p. 514, to Sir R. King 28th Aug. 1796; p. 415, to R. Kinloch 17th May 1796; pp. 27, 345, 530-1, to Capt. David Laird 6th March 1795 to 4th Oct. 1796; p. 451, to Thomas Law 2nd July 1796; pp. 295-6, 457-8, to Major Lawrenson 9th Feb. and 16th July 1796; p. 540, to John Leighton 29th Oct. 1796; pp. 26, 61, to Francis Light 17th Feb. 1795; p. 251, to William Lindsay 31st Oct. 1795; pp. 280-2, 521, to Charles Long 20th Jan. and 11th Sept. 1796; pp. 336-7, to John Lumsdaine 10th Oct. 1796; pp. 291-2, 515, to Sir Stephen Lushington (Chairman of Directors) 24th Jan. to 28th Aug. 1796; p. 514, to William Lushington 28th Aug. 1796; pp. 335, 348-9, to Hugh Lyon 10th April 1796; pp. 92-3, to Robert Lynn, n.d.; p. 429, to Col. F. H. Mackenzie 1st July 1796; pp. 524-5, to Gen. Macleod 23rd Sept. 1796; p. 463, to Professor Macleod 16th July 1796; pp. 136, 340, to the Hon. Wm. Maule 2nd Dec. 1795 and 22nd March 1796; pp. 453-4, to Miss Marion Menzies 2nd July 1796; p. 420, to Lieut. W. Mercer 17th May 1796; p. 117, to Lord Methven 24th July 1795; pp. 51-2, 420, to John Millar 6th April 1795 and 17th May 1796; pp. 517-8, to Capt. George Millet 10th Sept. 1796; p. 51, to Col. Morgan 6th April 1795; p. 299 to George Mowbray 9th Feb. 1796; p. 300, to Sir Alexander Munro 11th Feb. 1796; p. 424, to Walter Ross Munro 17th May 1796; p. 509, to Major M. Murray 15th Aug. 1796; p. 321, to Patrick Murray 3rd April 1796; pp. 29-30, to Mrs. Nilson 20th March 1795; pp. 145, 456, to Evan Nepean 20th Dec. 1795 and 17th July 1796; pp. 401-2, to J. Oakes 8th May 1796; p. 52, to Lieut. Odell 6th April 1795; pp. 132-3, to James Ogilvie, n.d.; pp. 450-1, to Capt. Stephen Ogilvie 1st July 1796; pp. 24, 497-8, to the Hon. Walter Ogilvie 17th Feb. 1795 and 12th Aug. 1796; p. 20, to James Pasley 7th Feb. 1795; pp. 388-9, to George Paterson 12th May 1796; p. 111, to Thomas Pattle 18th June 1795; p. 21, to William Paxton 13th Jan. 1795; p. 2, to John Petrie 22nd Dec. 1794; pp. 2-3, to William Petrie, n.d.; pp. 22-4, 387, 455-6, to the Right Hon. W. Pitt 17th Feb. 1795 to 15th July 1796; p. 458, to Alexander Porteous 16th July 1796; pp. 24, 506-7, to the Duke of Portland 17th Feb. 1795 and 15th Aug. 1796; p. 518, to -- Proudfoot 12th Sept. 1796; pp. 452-3, to Sir William Pulteney 2nd July 1796; pp. 314-5, 381, 462, 496-7, 530, to James Ramsay 4th March to 3rd Oct. 1796; p. 25, to Sir William Ramsay 17th Feb. 1795; pp. viii-ix, xxi, xxiii, xxvii, xxix, xxxiii-xxxiv, xxxix, xliv, l, to Ransor Sinoy 5th Nov. 1780 to 27th Feb. 1781; p. 21, to Francis Rattray 17th Feb. 1795; pp. 47-8, 412, to Baron Richiel 6th April 1795 and 16th May 1796; pp. 305, 336, 339, 343, 355, 458-9, 513, 541, to Alexander Riddock 1st March to 29th Oct. 1796; pp. 173-6, 305-7, 334, 346-7, 382-3, to Capt. Patrick, Rigg 15th Jan. to 9th May 1796; pp. 40-1, 397, to James Rivett 6th April and 10th May 1796; pp. 71, 111, 391-2, 489-94, to George Robertson 25th Oct. 1795 to 8th Aug. 1796; pp. 48-9, 362-3, to George Robinson 6th April 1795 and 28th April 1796; pp. 106, 337, 381, to George Rose 10th June 1795 to 7th May 1796; p. 43, to Andrew Ross 6th April 1795; pp. 14, 32-3, 146, 296-7, 365, 368, 428-9, to Hercules Ross (Senior and Junior) 11th Feb. 1794 to 1st July 1796; pp. 225-6, to Gen. Ross 23rd Sept. 1795; p. 517, to Messrs. Ruckers 10th Sept. 1796; pp. 69-70, to Dr. Saunders 12th March 1795; p. 339, to Mrs. Archibald Scott 16th April 1796; p. 531, to David Scott 6th Oct. 1796; pp. 316, 381, 418-9, to Dr. Scott 12th Feb. to 16th May 1796; pp. 154, 167, 276-8, 533-4, to Mrs. Dysart Scott 11th Jan. to 11th Oct. 1796; p. 514, to J. Scott 28th Aug. 1796; pp. 464, 532-3, to Miss Mary Scott 17th June to 6th Oct. 1796; pp. 168-9, to Mrs. Robert Scott and William Fairlie 15th Jan. 1796; pp. 28-9, to G. Robertson Scott 20th March 1796; pp. 520-1, to William Scott 11th Sept. 1796; pp. 357-9, 373-6, to Major Sertorius (or Sartorius) 4th April and 5th May 1796; pp. 410-1, to D. Seton 16th May 1796; p. 406, to Shamy Senoy 16th May 1796; pp. 39-40, to -- Shank (Scott's nephew) 6th April 1795; pp. 110, 351-5, 362, 379, 483-8, 513, to Sir John Shore 18th June 1795 to 26th Aug. 1796; p. 53, to James Sibbald 8th Jan. 1795; pp. 293-4, to Gabriel Snodgrass 26th Jan. 1796; p. 407, to Manuel Souza 16th May 1796; p. 404, to the Countess Dowager Spencer 16th May 1796; pp. 10, 123, 381, 416-8, to Lord Spencer 23rd Jan. 1795 to 18th May 1796; pp. 274-5, 504-5, to Robert Speed 28th Jan. and 15th Aug. 1796; pp. 172-3, to the Right Hon. Thomas Steele 18th Jan. 1796; p. 113, to Messrs. Sterling, Duff and Mackenzie 28th May 1795; pp. 451, 459, to Patrick Sterling 2nd and 16th July 1796; p. 91, to James Stewart 1st May 1795; pp. 344-5, to Robert Stewart 18th April 1796; p. 508, to Gen. Stibbert 22nd Aug. 1796; p. 46, to James Strange 6th April 1795; pp. 194-5, to the Earl of Strathmore 11th Sept. 1795; p. 464, to Capt. Sutherland 24th July 1796; p. 424, to George Taswell 17th May 1796; pp. 53, 64-5, to Messrs. Tate and Adamson 6th April 1795; pp. 34-5, 56, 62-3, 103-4, 121-7, 340, 377, 393, 395, 418, to James Tate 6th April 1795 to 15th April 1796; p. 147, to Capt. Taylor, n.d.; pp. 255, 301-3, 311-2, 317, 338, 343, 363, 383, 395, 523, to Provost Alexander Thoms 12th Nov. 1795 to 15th Sept. 1796; p. 342, to Richard Torin 11th Feb. 1796; p. 379, to Dr. Townson 7th May 1796; pp. 44-5, to John Tulloh 6th April 1795; pp. 45, 94-6, 332-4, to Messrs. Tulloh, Jervis and Brodie 6th April 1795 to 8th April 1796; p. 308, to Mrs. Walker 11th March 1796; pp. 287-8, to the Rev. -- Ward 25th Jan. 1796; pp. 42, 62, 426, to Dr. Alexander Watson 6th April 1795 to 19th May 1796; pp. 124, 141, 300, 313, 318, 339, 345, 361-2, 383, 394, 451, 529, to Provost John Watt 26th Nov. 1795 to 3rd Oct. 1796; pp. 156-7, 179-80, 265-6, to Mrs. Eliza W. Webster 16th Nov. 1795 to 21st Jan. 1796; p. 421, to Major Welsh 17th May 1796; p. 274, to Col. Wemyss 26th Jan. 1796; pp. 45, 102-3, 351, 378, 392-3, to George Westcott 6th April 1795; pp. xxvi, xxxvi-xxxvii, xl-xli, xlix-l, to Lieut. D. Wetherstone 16th Dec. 1780 to 23rd Jan. 1781; p. 20, to -- Williams 7th Feb. 1795; pp. 138-9, 403-4, 502-3, to Col. Mark Wood 8th Dec. 1795 to 15th Aug. 1796; pp. 142, 505-6, to James Wylie 11th Dec. 1795 and 15th Aug. 1796; pp. 535-6, to the Duke of York 17th Oct. 1796; p. 145, to Robert Young 20th Dec. 1795. (2) pp. v-vi, x, xvi-xvii, Gen. Thomas Goddard to Scott 26th Oct. to 24th Nov. 1780. (3) pp. vi-vii, xi-xii, xxii, xxvii, xxxi-xxxiii, xxxviii, xlii, xlv-xlvii, Ranson Sinoy to Scott 26th Oct. 1780 to 20th Feb. 1781. (4) pp. xx, xxxvi, xliv-xlv, Lieut. D. Wetherstone to Scott 27th Nov. 1780 to 21st Feb. 1781. (5) pp. xxiii, xxxvii, Bijroy Ragoonath to Scott 15th Dec. 1780 to 21st Jan. 1781. (6) pp. lxxvi-xcvii, Index to pp. 1-545. (7) p. 9, Warren Hastings to Richard Johnstone 9th Jan. 1795, His high opinion of Scott. (8) pp. 11-2, D. Carnegie to Henry Dundas 16th Sept. 1794. (9) pp. 12-3, Alexander Riddock (Provost of Dundee) to H. Dundas 17th Dec. 1794. (10) Henry Dundas (President of the Board of Control). pp. 13-4, to Riddock 5th Jan. 1794; pp. 227-8, to Scott 24th Sept. 1795. (11) pp. 26-7, 61-2, Hugh Mackay to Scott 13th Feb. 1795. (12) pp. 54-6, Andrew Reid to Scott 25th Oct. 1795. (13) pp. 56-7, John Griffith to A. Reid 23rd Jan. 1778. (14) p. 97, W. Fawkener to Scott 8th May 1795. (15) p. 98, Stephen Cottrell (Lord of the Council) to Commissioners for raising Seamen, Council Office, Whitehall -- May 1795. (16) p. 115, Lord Douglas to Scott 9th June 1795. (17) pp. 118-22, ? Duke of Athol to Col. Duncan 9th Aug. 1795. (18) W. Gartshore. pp. 140, 238-9, to Robert Graham 9th Dec. and 20th Oct. 1795; p. 140, to Admiral Christian 9th Dec. 1785. (19) pp., G. Dempster to Scott 21st Jan. 1796. (20) pp. 209-11, Patrick Cruikshank to H. Dundas 30th Aug. 1795. (21) pp. 226-7, Alexander Ross to Scott 23rd Sept. 1795. (22) p. 282, G. Long to Scott 1st Jan. 1796. (23) pp. 285, 287, Mrs. Col. K. Duncan to Miss Menzies 1st Jan. 1796. (24) p. 378, Evan Nepean (Admiralty) to Scott 28th March 1796. (25) p. 405, Col. Mark Wood to Scott 14th May 1796. (26) p. 405, Lord Spencer to Scott -- 1796. (27) p. 458, Col. Brownrigg to Scott 14th July 1796.

Letter Book of David Scott.  IOR/H/729  1796-1801

Contents:
(1) pp. i-xxiii, Index. (2) David Scott's Letters. p. 317, to Sir Ralph Abercromby 2nd July 1799; pp. 155, 158, to Sir Robert Abercromby 29th Jan. 1798; pp. 83-4, 160-1, 177, 225, 233, 266, 340-1, 357-60, 447, 449, 516, 528, to Alexander Adamson 16th July 1797 to 29th Jan. 1801; p. 532, to the Right Hon. Henry Addington 18th March 1801; pp. 208-9, 395, to the Lord Advocate 7th July 1798 and 20th Dec. 1799; pp. 206-7, to John Alison 22nd June 1798; p. 210, to Robert Allan 7th July 1798; p. 298, to Lieut. Allardice 29th April 1799; p. 396, to Capt. Alms 23rd Dec. 1799; p. 177, to Mrs. Alms 23rd Sept. 1798; p. 75, to D. Anderson 25th March 1797; p. 380, to John Anderson 27th Nov. 1799; pp. 190, 249, to Mrs. Anderson 17th May and 1st Dec. 1798; p. 140, to Col. Robert Anstruther 13th Jan. 1798; pp. 260, 379, to Viscount Arbuthnott 17th Dec. 1798 and 26th Nov. 1799; p. 463, to Ardasir Dady 23rd May 1800; p. 233, to Peter Arnott 18th Sept. 1798; p. 449, to the Duchess of Athol -- April 1800; pp. 173, 189, 263, 343-4, 400, to the Duke of Athol 3rd April 1798 to 24th Jan. 1800; pp. 29-30, to John Bacon 22nd Dec. 1796; J. McEwen Baillie (see James Christian); p. 393, to Thomas E. Baker 15th Dec. 1799; p. 295, to Lord Balgowrie 23rd April 1799; pp. 45-6, 74, to Sir Joseph Banks 20th Feb. and 18th March 1797; p. 311, to -- Bannerman 31st May 1799; pp. 543, 550, to G. H. Barlow 22nd April and 15th May 1801; pp. 144-6, 283-7, 334-5, to Luis Barretto 4th Jan. 1798 to 9th July 1799; p. 546, to Richard Barwell 4th April 1801; pp. 100-1, to Col. Bellasis 8th Aug. 1797; p. 135, to William Bensley 3rd Jan. 1797; p. 221, to Charles Berry 9th Aug. 1798; p. 502, to Capt. Thomas Blair 8th Nov. 1800; p. 548, to -- Blair 9th May 1801; p. 428, to Thomas Black 27th March 1800; pp. 276, 304, 315, 322, 344, 395, 401-2, 404, 409-10, 411-5, 418, 420-1, 425, 429, 431, 486-7, 498, to Provost Black of Perth 11th March 1799 to 28th Oct. 1800; pp. 298, 300-1, 401, 428, to Provost Black and Baillies of Perth 2nd May 1799 to 28th Oct. 1800; p. 466, to W. H. Blackford 24th May 1800; p. 519, to R. H. Boddam 8th April 1800; pp. 201-2, to Jacob Bosanquet 7th June 1798; p. 519, to Bruce Boswell 12th Feb. 1801; pp. 163, 367, to Graham Bower 16th Feb. 1798 and 27th Oct. 1799; pp. 367, 391, to J. Bower 27th Oct. and 13th Dec. 1799; p. 234, to William Bowman 29th Jan. 1798; pp. 207, 227-8, 249, 252-3, 261, 265, 298, 305, 384, 398, 404, 474, to John Brand 22nd June 1798 to 3rd July 1800; pp. 130, 241-2, 265, 300, 506, to Messrs. John Brand and Charles Thomson 11th Dec. 1797 to 21st Nov. 1800; p. 135, to Mrs. Brasier 10th Jan. 1798; p. 123, to Col. Bridges 14th Nov. 1797; pp. 40-1, 386-8, to Alexander Brodie 7th Feb. 1797 and 6th Dec. 1799; p. 411, to James Brodie 8th March 1800; pp. 1, 381-2, to J. Brodripp 29th Oct. 1796 and 28th Nov. 1799; p. 199, to Governor Brooke of St. Helena 1st June 1798; p. 437, to T. Broome 2nd May 1800; pp. 474-5, to J. Hawkins Browne 3rd July 1800; p. 203, to Col. Brownrigg 14th June 1798; pp. 516-7, to the Rev. Mr. Bruce 5th Feb. 1801; pp. 485-6, to the Duke of Buccleugh 22nd Sept. 1800; p. 234, to William Budge 24th Sept. 1798; p. 497, to Alexander Burnett and Patrick Orr 27th Oct. 1800; p. 383, to John Burnett 29th Nov. 1799; pp. 430-1, 435, to Lieut. Thomas Bye 5th April 1800; p. 307, to William Capell 22nd May 1799; p. 429, to Sir John Callendar 17th March 1800; pp. 441, 445, 531, to Major-Gen. Dugald Campbell 3rd April 1800 to 18th March 1801; pp. 260, 275, to Lady Campbell 16th Dec. 1798 and 15th April 1799; pp. 538-9, to Capt. William Campbell 28th April 1801; pp. 399-400, to Sir D. Carnegie 18th Jan. 1800; p. 490, to J. H. Casamajor 4th Oct. 1800; p. 375, to Earl Cassilis 23rd Oct. 1799; pp. 46-7, to Francis Chalmers 23rd Feb. 1797; p. 351, to George Chalmers 2nd Sept. 1799; p. 184, to James Chalmers 8th May 1798; pp. 37, 393, 431, 468, 472-3, 507, to William Chalmers 4th Feb. 1797 to 25th Nov. 1800; p. 123, to Samuel Chamberlain 1st Dec. 1797; p. 385, to the Lord Chancellor 4th Dec. 1799; pp. 279, 527, to Robert Charnock 17th April 1799 and 21st March 1801; pp. 127, 211, 482, 509-10, 519, to Provost Cheap 9th Dec. 1797 to 14th Feb. 1801; p. 73, to -- Chinnery 17th April 1797; pp. 167, 280, to William Chisholme 14th March 1798 and 20th April 1799; p. 76, to Earl Cholmondely 31st March 1797; p. 433, to James Christian, John McEwen Baillie and James Gow 8th March 1800; pp. 222-3, 445, 448, 455-6, to Sir Alured Clark 25th Aug. 1798 to 6th May 1800; pp. 31-2, to James Clayhill 12th Jan. 1797; pp. 225-6, 447-8, 453, to Lord Clive 31st Aug. 1798 to 3rd April 1800; pp. 60, 127, to Charles Thomas Coggan 20th March and 11th May 1797; pp. 270, 350, 401, to Lady Mary Coke 9th March 1797 to 24th Jan. 1800; pp. 179-80, to Capt. Collins; pp. 213, 295-6, to William Collins of Salisbury 17th July 1798 and 22nd April 1799; p. 428, to Capt. Colquhoun 27th March 1800; pp. 79, 473, 500, 508, 549, to Marquis Cornwallis 21st April 1797 to 10th May 1801; p. 32, to Robert Cowie and John Hardcastle 28th Dec. 1795; p. 485, to the Commissioners of Customs -- Sept. 1800; p. 529, to Col. Crawford 23rd March 1801; p. 376, to John Crawford 25th Nov 1799; p. 394, to Richard Crichton 17th Dec. 1799; p. 239, to Mrs. Crombie 24th Oct. 1798; p. 109, to Dr. Crozier 21st Aug. 1797; pp. 351-2, to Dady Nasserwanjee 2nd Sept. 1799; pp. 181, 209, 218, 297, to Lady Dalhousie 30th April 1798 to 29th April 1799; pp. 254-5, to Alexander Davidson 4th Dec. 1798; pp. 109-10, to Sir John Day 31st Oct. 1797; p. 130, to Gen. de Lancy 11th Dec. 1797; pp. 132, 158-9, 189, 231, 251, 272-3, 296, 493-4, to George Dempster -- Sept. 1797 to 6th Oct. 1800; p. 208, to George Dempster, C. Hunter and W. Douglas 7th July 1798; p. 460, to Col. Dickson 19th May 1800; p. 315, to the Court of Directors 10th June 1799; pp. 164-5, 476, 481-2, to Lord Douglas 7th March 1798 to 2nd Aug. 1800; pp. 41, 78, 171-2, 187, 406-8, 432, to Major W. Douglas of Brigton 16th Feb. 1797 to 5th April 1800 (see also G. Dempster); p. 163, to Messrs. Down & Co. 16th Feb. 1798; p. 469, to Sir G. Duckett 3rd June 1800; p. 187, to Gen. P. Duff 16th March 1798; pp. 549-50, to William Duffin 11th May 1801; pp. 2-3, 16, 40, 70, 75, 409, to Alexander Duncan 13th Nov. 1796 to 6th Feb. 1800; p. 509, to Professor Andrew Duncan 12th Dec. 1800; pp. 124, 140-1, to Col. Duncan 2nd Dec. and 2nd Oct. 1797; pp. 74, 102-6, 178, 199, 226, 311-2, 318, 335-7, 397, 400, 429, 450-2, to Governor Jonathan Duncan 9th March 1797 to 3rd April 1800; pp. 17, 267, to Provost Duncan 23rd Nov. 1796 and 2nd Jan. 1798; pp. 125, 206, 316, 450, 477-8, to Viscount Duncan 1st Dec. 1797 to 17th July 1800; p. 236, to Miss G. Dundas 29th Sept. 1798; pp. 42-3, 148, 150, 313-4, to Gen. Dundas 16th Feb. 1797 to 6th Jan. 1799; pp. 18, 56-7, 60, 78-9, 141-2, 154-5, 170-1, 183-4, 212-4, 240-1, 248, 363-5, 425-7, 469-70, 472, 474, 513, to the Right Hon. Henry Dundas 23rd March 1797 to 3rd Jan. 1800; pp. 96-8, to Philip Dundas 8th Aug. 1797; pp. 129, 182, 190-1, 390, 405-6, 425, 457, to Mrs. Ralph Dundas 11th Dec. 1797 to 22nd May 1801; pp. 23-4, to Lord Dunsinnan 2nd Dec. 1796; pp. 118, 346, to Capt. Durham 21st Nov. 1797 and 31st Aug. 1799; pp. 299, to J. Durno 6th May 1799; p. 436, to the Countess of Elgin 20th April 1800; pp. 32-3, to Sir G. K. Elphinstone 21st Jan. 1797; p. 46, to J. D. Horne Elphinstone 20th Feb. 1797; p. 264, to George Engleheart 24th Dec. 1798; pp. 368-9, to Erskine Cambo (?) 23rd Oct. 1799; pp. 552-3, to the Lord Chief Baron of the Exchequer 2nd June 1801; p. 343, to the Commissioners of Excise 30th Aug. 1799; pp. 53-5, 125, 138, 151-3, 160, 177-9, 197-9, 223, 281-3, 313, 330-4, 443, 446-8, 453-4, 470-1, to William Fairlie 11th March 1797 to 17th June 1800; p. 313, to Fairlie, Gilmore & Co. 4th June 1799; p. 500, to William Fawkener 3rd Nov. 1800; pp. 12, 15, 39, 44-5, 47, 127, 129, 139, 141, 170, 199-200, 216, 404, 422-3, 431, to Provost Alexander Feckney or Faickney 26th Nov. 1796 to 5th April 1800; p. 434, to Messrs. Feiter and Minet 10th April 1800; p. 314, to James Fergusson 8th June 1799; pp. 184-5, to Mrs. Ferguson 8th May 1798; p. 114, to the Earl of Fife 5th Nov. 1797; p. 445, to Dr. Fleming 3rd April 1800; p. 550, to James Flint, Earl Kelly, 11th May 1801; p. 202, to James Forbes 7th June 1798; p. 475, to Col. John Forbes 15th July 1800; p. 389, to Lieut. Robert Forbes 6th Dec. 1799; pp. 251-2, to Miss Susan Forbes 2nd Dec. 1798; p. 552, to Sir William Forbes 9th May 1801; pp. 56, 76-7, 487-90, to Col. Frederick Fotheringham 21st March 1797 to -- Sept. 1800; pp. 353, 463, to Framjee Manockjee Jematjee Bomonjee 2nd Sept. 1799 and 23rd May 1800; p. 280, to Capt. Percy Fraser 21st April 1799; pp. 188, 194, 202, to Lieut. Charles Frederick 31st March to 13th June 1798; pp. 275, 312, 467, to F. Freeling 13th April 1799 to 27th May 1800; pp. 119-20, to Commissioner Richard Frewin 15th Nov. 1797; pp. 173-4, 188, 405, to S. Gambier 14th April 1798 to 4th Feb. 1800; pp. 53-4, 120-1, 131, to Col. Gardiner 8th March to 30th Sept. 1797; pp. 426-7, to Dr. W. F. Gardner 26th March 1800; p. 465, to Capt. Gerard 24th May 1800; p. 264, to Rev. Dr. Gerard 29th Dec. 1798; p. 266, to William Gilchrist 22nd Dec. 1798; to Gilmore (see Fairlie); pp. 36, 117-8, 244, 394, to Provost Glegg 4th Feb. 1797 to 17th Dec. 1799; pp. 13-5, 148-9, 504-5, to Sir Francis Gordon (Nephew) 20th Nov. 1796 to 16th Nov. 1800; pp. 115, 397, to Sir John Gordon (Nephew) 6th Nov. 1797 and 30th Dec. 1799; p. 347, to Alexander Goudge 31st Aug. 1799; James Gow (see James Christian); pp. 24-5, 44-5, 113-4, 224, 245-6, 255-6, 258-9, 261-2, 322-3, 355, 367, 396, 491, 497-8, 506-7, 511, 520, to John Graeme -- Dec. 1796 to 14th Feb. 1801; pp. 232, 297, 382-3, to Col. Graham 17th Sept. 1798 to 26th Nov. 1799; pp. 41, 75, 110, 163, 166-7, 246, 248, 269-72, 374-5, 378, 389, to Robert Graham of Fintry 16th Feb. 1797 to -- Dec. 1799; p. 370, to Henry Grant 3rd Nov. 1799; p. 348, to William Grant 31st Aug. 1799; pp. 483, 514, to Sir William Grant 29th Aug. 1800 and 5th Jan. 1801; p. 468, to Charles Grace 31st May 1800; p. 234, to Gen. Grenfield 29th Sept. 1798; pp. 435-6, to the Hon. C. F. Greville 21st April 1800; pp. 377, 427-8, to W. Grieg 26th Nov. 1799 to 27th March 1800; p. 147, to A. M. Guthrie 29th Jan. 1798; pp. 68-9, 195-6, 233-4, to James Guthrie 15th April 1797 to 18th Sept. 1798; p. 96, to P. Hadow 8th Aug. 1797; pp. 102, 462, to Capt. George Hadow 8th Aug. 1797 to 23rd May 1800; pp. 185, to Col. Hamilton 8th May 1798; to John Hardcastle (see Robert Cowie); pp. 106-8, 458-60, to Herbert Harris 5th Aug. 1797 to 19th May 1800; p. 181, to John Harrow 28th April 1798; pp. 177-8, 220, 312, to Major-Gen. Hartley 23rd April 1798 to 31st May 1799; p. 515, to Lady Harwood 12th Jan. 1801; pp. 524-6, 529, to -- Hay, Provost Marshal, 8th and 23rd March 1801; p. 119, to Mrs. Heath 21st Nov. 1797; p. 399, to Thomas Henchman 15th Jan. 1800; p. 250, to Sir John Henderson 3rd Jan. 1798; p. 400, to Patrick Henderson 21st Jan. 1800; pp. 378-9, 393-4, to Rev. Henderson 26th Nov. and 17th Dec. 1799; p. 54, to the Heritors, Farmers and Inhabitants of -- Parish 6th March 1797; pp. 214-5, 394, 534-5, to Lord Hobart 16th July 1798 to 18th April 1801; p. 314, to Michael Hogan 6th June 1799; p. 206, to Thomas Horsbrugh 21st June 1798; pp. 185-6, 226-7, 239, 243, 277, 361, 373, 427, 434, 493, 526, to Provost Hudson 8th May 1798 to 12th March 1801; pp. 25-7, 71, 74-5, 299, 500, 502, 518, to Charles Hunter (Burnside) 11th Dec. 1796 to 7th Feb. 1801 (see also George Dempster); pp. 161, 189, to John Hunter 15th Feb. and 15th May 1798; p. 69, to Mrs. Hunter 15th April 1797; pp. 471-2, to Thomas Husker 29th June 1800; p. 217, to Sir Elijah Impey 27th July 1798; pp. 94-5, 312-3, to Sir Hugh Inglis (Chairman of Directors) 7th Aug. 1797 to 4th June 1799; p. 346, to Lieut.-Col. Irvine 31st Aug. 1799; p. 27, to Randle Jackson 24th Dec. 1796; p. 146, to Thomas Jervis 28th Jan. 1798; pp. 316, 321-2, to Robert Jobson 24th June and 17th July 1799; p. 342, to Johannes Sarkies 29th July 1799; pp. 161, 301, 390, to Richard Johnson 15th Feb. 1798 to 12th Dec. 1799; p. 257, to Dr. Johnstone 12th Dec. 1798; p. 389, to Mrs. Jones 7th Dec. 1799; p. 376, to John Keith 23rd Nov. 1799; pp. 317-8, to Lord Keith 2nd July 1799; pp. 436-7, 439, 452, to Earl Kellie 1st to 16th May 1800; p. 101, to Col. Kerr 8th Aug. 1797; pp. 236, 244, 467, 513, to John King 24th Nov. 1798 to 31st Dec. 1800; p. 118, to Sir Richard King 21st Nov. 1797; p. 341, to George Farquhar Kinloch 29th July 1798; p. 172, to Charles Kinnair 20th Feb. 1798; pp. 38-9, 162, to Col. James Kirkpatrick 4th Feb. 1797 and 21st Feb. 1798; pp. 187, 456-7, to Col. Kyd 16th March 1798 and 17th May 1800; pp. 45, 47, to Capt. David Laird 20th and 23rd Feb. 1797; p. 237, to Mrs. Larkins 25th Oct. 1798; p. 142, to William Larkins 4th July 1797; pp. 176, 186, 193, 223, to William Digges Latouche 6th April to 25th Aug. 1798; p. 269, to -- Lawrence 17th Jan. 1799; pp. 3-4, 70, 148, 200-1, 229-30, to John Leighton 13th Nov. 1796 to 5th Sept. 1798; pp. 242, 254, to Mrs. Leighton 15th and 7th Dec. 1798; pp. 133-4, to Mrs. Charles Leith 29th Dec. 1797; pp. 123-4, to Aaron Lithgow 2nd Dec. 1797; p. 395, to P. Lindsay 20th Dec. 1799; pp. 185, 386, to Robert Livie 8th May 1798 to 6th Dec. 1799; p. 117, to Francis Logie 20th Nov. 1797; pp. 133, 165, to Charles Long 27th Dec. 1797 and 7th March 1798; pp. 116-7, 122, to the Lord Chancellor 14th and 29th Nov. 1797; p. 268, to the Lord Mayor 2nd Jan. 1799; pp. 204, 305, 478-9, to Lord Loughborough (Lord Chancellor) 17th June 1798 to 26th July 1800; p. 251, to Hugh Low 3rd Dec. 1798; p. 273, to Robert Low 25th Feb. 1799; pp. 256-7, 348-9, 435, 449, to Gen. Lumsdaine 11th Dec. 1798 to 3rd May 1800; pp. 484-5, to R. and J. Lucas 25th Aug. 1800; p. 409, to Sir Stephen Lushington 7th Feb. 1800; p. 259, to Provost Lyall 13th Dec. 1798; p. 33, to Lord Macartney 21st Jan. 1797; p. 301, to Dr. Maclaurin 6th May 1799; p. 509, to Henry Mackenzie 12th Dec. 1800; p. 238, to Col. Donald Macleod 25th Oct. 1798; pp. 124, 182-3, 551-2, to Professor Roderick Macleod 2nd Dec. 1797 to 16th May 1801; p. 126, to Sir John Macpherson 8th Dec. 1797; p. 272, to the Magistrates of Cupar 25th March 1799; pp. 204-5, to the Magistrates of Dundee 18th June 1798; p. 482, to Thomas Manham 2nd July 1800; pp. 244, 403, to Samuel Martin 22nd Nov. 1798 to 1st Feb. 1800; pp. 512, 524-5, to the Provost Marshal (? Hay or Ray) of Perth 31st Dec. 1800 to 5th March 1801; pp. 247, 317, 353-4, to Alexander Melville 26th Nov. 1798 to 3rd Sept. 1799; pp. 113, 136, 236-7, 250, 258, to Lieut. Alexander Menzies 5th Nov. 1797 to 11th Dec. 1798; p. 295, to David Methven 22nd April 1799; p. 230, to Mrs. Middlemiss 5th Sept. 1798; p. 235, to Nathaniel Middleton 29th Sept. 1798; pp. 502-3, to David Millar 8th Nov. 1800; pp. 220, 461, to John Miller 27th July 1798 and 20th May 1800; pp. 275, 380, to Charles Mills 7th April and 27th Nov. 1799; pp. 295, 396, 481, to Lieut. John Milne 22nd April 1799 to 13th Aug. 1801; to Minet (see Feiter); pp. 52, 134, to -- Missing 25th March and 29th Dec. 1797; p. 231, to the Duke of Montrose 17th Sept. 1798; p. 134, to the Countess of Mornington 31st Dec. 1797; pp. 112-3, 142-4, 191-3, 198, 222, 287, 294, 324-30, to the Earl of Mornington 5th Nov. 1797 to 9th Feb. 1799; p. 219, to George Moubray 9th Aug. 1798; pp. 128-9, to Sir Hector Munro 22nd May 1797; p. 147, to Sir John Murray 29th Jan. 1798; p. 231, to Arthur Muter 17th Sept. 1798; p. 219, to Mark Mutti 27th July 1798; p. 352, to Naginadas Goolub Dass 2nd Sept. 1799; pp. 345, 365, 410, to Lieut. Nairne 31st Aug. 1799 to 2nd March 1800; pp. 121, 134, 149, 150, to Major Alexander Nairne 22nd Nov. 1797 to 6th Feb. 1798; pp. 114, 377, 496, to Baillie Thomas Napier 5th Nov. 1797 to 25th Oct. 1800; p. 59, to James Neild 25th March 1797; p. 436, to Archibald Neilson 26th April 1800; pp. 74, 90, 162, 218, 308-10, 392-3, 481, 526-7, 544, to Evan Nepean 17th April 1797 to 29th April 1801; pp. 91-4, 138-9, to Earl Northesk 4th Aug. and 23rd Sept. 1797; p. 440, to Capt. Edward Nugent 3rd May 1800; pp. 544-5, to Gen. Nugent 4th April 1801; p. 162, to Capt. Ogilvie -- Feb. 1798; pp. 479-80, to David Ogilvie 26th July 1800; p. 273, to John Ogilvie 11th Feb. 1799; pp. 63-8, to the Hon. W. Ogilvie 15th April 1799; p. 277, to Walter Ogilvie 14th March 1799; p. 379, to Lieut. Terence O'Neil 26th Nov. 1799; pp. 208, 242, 253, to Patrick Orr 7th July and 4th Dec. 1798 (and see Alexander Burnett); p. 464, to William Page 23rd May 1800; p. 278, to Sir Thomas Paisley 26th March 1799; pp. 232, 492-3, to William Palmer 17th Sept. 1798 to 28th Sept. 1800; p. 453, to George Parish 3rd April 1800; pp. 115, 302-4, to John Parish 6th Nov. 1797 and 13th May 1799; p. 498, to George Paterson 29th Oct. 1800; pp. 527-8, to James Paton 21st March 1801; pp. 499, 514, to Provost Paton 31st Oct. 1800 and 12th Jan. 1801; pp. 383, 480, to the Rev. Dr. Paton 22nd Oct. 1799 and 26th July 1800; p. 15, to the Provost and Magistrates of Perth 21st Nov. 1796; p. 353, to Pestomjee Bomanjee 2nd Sept. 1799; pp. 226, 337-40, 411, 441, 454-5, 492, 531, 533, to William Petrie 30th Aug. 1798 to 28th March 1801; p. 71, to John Pitcairn and Dundee Bank Directors -- April 1797; pp. 50-1, 57-9, 137, 166, 307, 366, 371-3, 512 (A) [? Original], 522-4, to the Right Hon. W. Pitt 2nd March 1797 to 6th March 1801; pp. 137-8, to Miss Helen Pitullo 12th Jan. 1798; pp. 503-5, to Sir Home Popham 20th Nov. 1800; pp. 264, 266, 452, 467, to the Duke of Portland 29th Dec. 1798 to 31st May 1800; pp. 251, 308, to the Postmaster-General 3rd Dec. 1798 and 27th May 1799; p. 229, to Robert Preston 5th Sept. 1798; pp. 416-8, 439, 468, to Patrick Proctor 11th March and 3rd June 1800; p. 187, to Messrs. Puget and Bainbridge 28th March 1798; pp. 348-405, to Sir William Pulteney 31st Aug. 1799 and 3rd Feb. 1800; pp. 379-80, to Lieut. Samuel Pym 26th Nov. 1799; pp. 19-22, 31, 59, 420-1, to John Raitt 5th Dec. 1796 to 24th March 1800; pp. 149, 189, to Provost Ramsay 31st Jan. and 15th May 1798; p. 210, to William Ramsay 7th July 1798; pp. 209-10, to Col. Rattray 7th July 1798; p. 475, to Jenkins Reading 15th July 1800; pp. 52, 133, 347, 468, to Lieut. Alexander Renny -- March 1797 to 3rd June 1800; p. 320, to Mrs. Renny 16th July 1799; pp. 321, 515, to M. Riddell 16th July 1799 and 12th Jan. 1801; pp. 9-11, 41, 60-1, 77-8, 165, 212, 229, 235, 377, 516, to Provost Riddock 19th Nov. 1796 to 12th Jan. 1801; pp. 175, 194-5, 218-9, 235, to John Rigden 16th April to 29th Sept. 1798; pp. 40-1, 116, 125-7, 150, 247, 344, 482-3, to Patrick Rigg 7th Feb. 1797 to 25th Aug. 1800; p. 364, to Provost Ritchie -- Sept. 1799; pp. 99-100, 422-3, to James Rivett 8th Aug. 1797 and 20th March 1800; pp. 443-4, to Abram Robarts 10th May 1800; p. 515, to Baillie Robertson 12th Jan. 1801; pp. 391-2, 491-2, 495-6, to David Robertson 18th Dec. 1799 to 25th Oct. 1800; pp. 239, 402, to Thomas Robertson and James Christie 12th Nov. 1798 and 25th Jan. 1800; pp. 279-80, 401, 441-2, 460, to George Robinson 20th April 1799 to 9th May 1800; pp. 511-2, to George G. Robinson 29th Dec. 1800; p. 219, to Colin Rogers 28th July 1798; pp. 137, 383, to Rev. John Rogers 12th Jan. 1798 and 29th Nov. 1799; p. 321, to Robert Rolland 23rd Nov. 1799; pp. 12, 48, 76, 109, 112, 121-2, 125, 172, 201, 207, 211-2, 267-9, 300, 306-7, 318, 403, 419, 421-2, 437-8, to George Rose 19th Nov. 1796 to 3rd Sept. 1800; p. 164, to Gen. Ross 27th Feb. 1798; pp. 304, 320, 469, to Gilbert Ross 3rd May 1799 to 3rd June 1800; pp. 33-5, to H. Ross (Cape of Good Hope) 22nd Jan. 1797; pp. 49, 164, 205, 242-3, 421-2, to Hercules Ross 25th Feb. 1797 to 24th March 1801; p. 259, to Dr. John Ross 13th Dec. 1798; p. 321, to Lord Rossmore 16th July 1799; p. 41, to -- Runnington 7th Feb. 1797; p. 95, to Capt. Salmond 7th Aug. 1797; p. 442, to Capt. James Salmond 10th May 1800; p. 352, to Samu Crishna Sinoy 2nd Sept. 1799; p. 342, to Johannes Sarkies 29th July 1799; p. 100, to Major Sartorius 8th Aug. 1797; p. 258, to Mrs. Sartorius 13th Dec. 1798; pp. 35-6, Mrs. L. Scawen 4th Feb. 1797; pp. 256, 262-3, 395, to Ensign Charles Scott 10th Dec. 1798 to 20th Dec. 1799; pp. 2, 108-9, 315, 470, 480, to David Scott 29th Oct. 1796 to 9th June 1800; p. 108, to Dr. Scott 9th Aug. 1797; pp. 251-2, 362-3, 457, to Miss Eliza Scott 3rd Dec. 1798 to 20th May 1800; p. 181, to James Scott, Alexander Burnett and Patrick Orr 30th April 1798; pp. 220, 461, to Lieut. James Scott 27th July 1798 and 20th May 1800; p. 40, to Mrs. James Scott 6th Feb. 1797; pp. 159-60, to the Rev. James Scott 1st Feb. 1798; p. 188, to Mrs. Scott 7th April 1798; pp. 259-60, 375, to Mrs. Scott-Ussan 17th Dec. 1798 to 23rd Nov. 1799; p. 410, to Patrick Scott 2nd March 1800; pp. 84-7, 197, 551, to Robert Scott (Bengal) 14th July 1797 to -- May 1801; pp. 209, 299, to Capt. Robert Scott (Rosebank) 7th July 1798 to 4th May 1799; pp. 98-9, 464-5, to Lieut. Robert Scott (Bombay Marine) 8th Aug. 1797 and 23rd May 1801; pp. 461, 540, to William Scott (Bengal) 22nd May 1800 and 28th April 1801; p. 381, to William Scott (Edinburgh) 27th Nov. 1799; pp. 22-3, 54, to Patrick Scrymgeour 5th Dec. 1796 and 8th March 1797; p. 416, to Daniel Seton 24th May 1800; pp. 90, 465, 541-3, to Alexander Shank (nephew) 14th July 1797 to 28th April 1801; pp. 365-7, 463-4, to Henry Shank (nephew) 3rd Sept. 1799 and 23rd May 1800; pp. 79-82, to Sir John Shore 11th June 1797; pp. 499, 510-1, to James Sibbald 1st Nov. and 27th Dec. 1800; pp. 227, 501, to George Silver 5th Sept. 1798 and 8th Nov. 1800; p. 209, to James Simpson 7th July 1798; pp. 72-3, 133, 238, to Sir John Sinclair 15th April 1797 to 25th Oct. 1798; p. 185, to George Smith 8th May 1798; p. 323, to John Smith 19th July 1799; p. 237, to Capt. W. Smith 25th Oct. 1798; p. 137, to Capt. Snodgrass 12th Jan. 1798; pp. 342-3, 462, to Thomas de Souza 29th July 1799 and 25th May 1800; p. 481, to J. Spalding 26th July 1800; pp. 116, 122, 235-8, to Robert Speid 13th Nov. 1797 to 26th Oct. 1798; pp. 38, 42, 247-8, 250, 297, 299, 308, 315, 419-20, 432-3, 501, 518-9, to Earl Spencer 6th Feb. 1797 to 7th Feb. 1801; p. 211, to Mrs. Spink 9th July 1798; pp. 278-9, to Thomas Stanley and J. Blackburn 16th April 1799; pp. 4-5, to Major-Gen. Stanwix (?) 12th Nov. 1796; p. 347, to Robert Steill 31st Aug. 1799; p. 271, to Brigade Major-Gen. Stevenson 2nd March 1799; p. 63, to Andrew Stewart 9th March 1797; p. 366, to Hope Stewart 16th Oct. 1799; p. 200, to James Stewart 1st June 1798; pp. 520-2, to Mrs. Stewart 21st Feb. 1801; pp. 425, 515, to Patrick Stewart 26th March 1800 and 12th Jan. 1801; pp. 5-7, 29, to Robert Stewart 17th Nov. and 29th Dec. 1796; pp. 198, 446, to Gen. Robert Stewart 1st June 1798 and 10th May 1800; p. 273, to Major-Gen. Stirling 11th Feb. 1799; pp. 52, 386, 492, to Patrick Stirling 11th March 1797 to 18th Oct. 1800; p. 186, to Edward Stracey 10th May 1798; p. 510 to Josias Henry Stracey 22nd Dec. 1800; pp. 340, 376, 398, to James Strange 27th July 1799 to 5th Jan. 1800; pp. 175-6, to Earl Strathmore 16th April 1798; pp. 228, 263, 323, to Joseph Stratton 5th Sept. 1798 to 23rd July 1799; p. 446, to Gen. Stuart (Bengal) 10th May 1800; p. 439, to Gen. Stuart (Bombay) 2nd April 1800; pp. 228-9, to Sir John Stuart -- Sept. 1798; p. 353, to Nabob of Surat 2nd Sept. 1799; p. 462, to Gen. Sydenham 23rd May 1800; p. 462, to Capt. Taswell 23rd May 1800; pp. 88-90, 529, to James Tate 16th July 1797; p. 136, to Robert Taylor (War Office) 6th Jan. 1798; pp. 429-30, to Robert Taylor 2nd April 1800; pp. 546-7, to Lord Teignmouth 9th May 1801; to Charles Thomson (see John Bland); p. 70, to J. Titsing 17th April 1797; p. 73, to Walter Thorn 17th April 1799; p. 230, to Robert Thompson 12th Sept. 1798; p. 277, to Walter Thompson and Thomas Maxwell 14th March 1799; pp. 276, 280, 421, 468, 474, to Provost Thoms 11th March 1799 to 3rd July 1800; pp. 249, 253-4, 311, 319-20, 384, 397, 400, 404, 434, 440, 505, 508, to Charles Thomson 3rd Dec. 1798 to 28th Nov. 1800; p. 347, to Dr. Thompson 31st Aug. 1799; pp. 300, 471, to Robert Thornton 6th May 1799 and 17th June 1800; p. 504, to M. Threipland 8th Nov. 1800; p. 534, to Samuel Tolfrey 18th March 1801; p. 91, to Dr. Robert Townson 30th July 1797; pp. 126, 520, to Rev. Anthony Traill 8th Dec. 1797 and 14th Feb. 1801; pp. 346, 410-1, 514, 525, to the Lords Commissioners of the Treasury 30th Aug. 1799 to 9th March 1801; pp. 243-4, 350, 501, to Alexander Trotter 20th Nov. 1798 to 7th Nov. 1800; pp. 60, 197-8, 532-3, to Messrs. Tulloh, Jervis and Brodie 25th March 1797 to 18th March 1801; p. 158, to Richard Twining 27th Jan. 1798; pp. 230-1, to Col. Tyntz 17th Sept. 1798; pp. 535-6, 551, to George Udny 23rd April and 15th May 1801; p. 351, to J. D. Vernezobre 2nd Sept. 1799; pp. 321, 547-8, to David Walker 17th July 1799 and 4th May 1801; pp. 223-4, 367, to Mrs. Walker 25th Aug. 1798 to 17th Oct. 1799; pp. 224-5, to the Rev. Dr. Walker 25th Aug. 1798; p. 458, to the Rev. Dr. Ward 19th May 1800; p. 162, to Col. Watherton 21st Feb. 1798; pp. 536-8, to Lieut. Archibald Watson 26th April 1801; pp. 168-70, 251, 377, 409, to James Watson, 21st March 1798 to 15th Feb. 1800; p. 147, to David Webster 29th Jan. 1798; pp. 130-1, to Provost Webster 30th Sept. 1797; p. 75, to Messrs. Wedderburn and Webster 26th March 1797; pp. 441-4, 446-7, 467, to Marquis Wellesley 3rd March to 3rd April 1800; pp. 424-5, 440, to D. Wemyss 26th March and 3rd May 1800; p. 411, to George Westcott and James Brodie 8th March 1800; pp. 310-1, to Matthew White 30th May 1799; p. 100, to Stephen Whitehill 8th Aug. 1797; pp. 110-2, 274-5, 469, to William Wilberforce 31st Oct. 1799 to 3rd June 1800; p. 277, to Andrew Williams -- March 1799; p. 435, to James Williams and -- Lavies 20th April 1800; p. 77, to Robert Willis 18th April 1797; p. 43, to the Right Hon. W. Windham 19th Feb. 1797; pp. 384-5, 439, to Capt. John Wolseley 3rd Dec. 1799 and 3rd May 1800; p. 490, to Mrs. Wolseley 3rd Oct. 1800; pp. 349-50, to Col. M. Wood 31st Aug. 1799; pp. 305-6, to Mrs. Wrangham 16th May 1799; p. 320, to Andrew Wyllie 16th July 1799; p. 48, to James Wyllie 18th Feb. 1797; pp. 4-8, to the Duke of York 13th and 19th Nov. 1796; p. 530, to John Young 23rd March 1801; pp. 196, 210, to Robert Young 26th May and 7th July 1798. (3) pp. 40, 258, 323, 481, Lord Spencer to Scott 7th Feb. 1797 to 12th Aug. 1800. (4) p. 49, Lord Douglas to Hercules Ross 25th Feb. 1797. (5) pp. 49-50, H. Ross to the Heritors, Farmers and Inhabitants of--Parish 26th Feb. 1797. (6) p. 91, Walter Ogilvy to Scott 25th July 1797. (7) pp. 223, 345, Evan Nepean to Scott 8th Aug. 1798 and 30th March 1799. (8) p. 276,--Gordon to Fintry (Robert Graham) 22nd March 1799. (9) p. 299, Capt. Robert Scott to John Durno 4th May 1799. (10) p. 320, Henry Dundas to Scott 15th July 1799. (11) p. 341, G. Farquhar Kinloch to Principal Chalmers 23rd July 1799.

Letter Book of David Scott.  IOR/H/730  1796-1802

Contents:
(1) pp. 1-2, Extracts from letters by John Graeme 1799. (On page 1 are given the names of Scott's children.) (2) p. 3, Cash disbursed for John Leighton. (3) pp. 5-11, Statement of estate belonging to (? John Leighton). (4) pp. 25-6, Index to pp. 27-155. (5) pp. 27-371, David Scott's Letters. pp. 107-10, 126, 198, 221-2, 268, 301-2, 326-7, 334, 352-5, 361-9, to Alexander Adamson 29th July 1798 to 25th Sept. 1801; pp. 296-8, to Right Hon. Henry Addington 13th and 27th Dec. 1801; pp. 340-1, to Claud Alexander 9th April 1802; pp. 54-7, to Alexander Allardyce 29th June 1797; pp. 343-4, to the Voters of Angus -- April 1802; pp. 93-4, to Sir John Anstruther 25th July 1798; p. 157, to Sir Francis Baring 28th March 1800; pp. 342-3, 346, to J. Baxter 27th and 28th April 1802; p. 293, to the Magistrates of Berrie -- Nov. 1801; pp. 95-6, to Charles Boddam 26th July 1798; pp. 94-5, to Bruce Boswell 26th July 1798; pp. 320-1, to Frederick Bowes 25th Jan. 1801; p. 176, to John Bowman 12th Dec. 1800; pp. 184, 311-2, to John Brand 17th Dec. 1800 and 31st Dec. 1801; pp. 277-8, to J. Brazier 5th Oct. 1801; pp. 115-6, to Governor Brooke (of St. Helena) 6th Aug. 1798; p. 107, to C. Browers 28th July 1798; pp. 112-3, to M. Brown 29th July 1798; pp. 216-7, 330-1, to Gen. Dugald Campbell 29th June 1801 and 18th March 1802; pp. 114-5, to Gen. Carnac 30th July 1798; p. 343, to Sir David Carnegie 28th April 1802; p. 212, to John Chamier 27th June 1801; pp. 309-10, 334, to Provost Cheap 31st Dec. 1801 and 2nd March 1802; pp. 135-7, to W. Chisholme 3rd Jan. 1802; pp. 91-3, 139-40, to Gen. A. Clarke 24th July and 25th Aug. 1798; p. 110, to Mrs. Coggan 29th July 1798; pp. 238-46, 262, 265-6, 279-87, to Marquis Cornwallis 29th July to 31st Oct. 1801; p. 110, to Dr. Crozier 29th July 1798; pp. 204-5, to Dady Ardasir 23rd June 1801; pp. 306-7, to Sir George Dallas 29th Dec. 1801; pp. 45-8, 121-2, to George Dempster 12th May 1797 and 4th Aug. 1798; p. 348, to Mungo Dick 10th May 1802; p. 296, to William Dickinson 10th Dec. 1801; p. 95, to Col. Dixon 26th July 1798; pp. 328-9, to Messrs. Down, Thornton & Co. 10th Feb. 1802; p. 94, to Capt. George Downie 26th July 1798; pp. 52, 116-8, 167-72, to Governor Jonathan Duncan 7th May 1797 to 18th Aug. 1800; pp. 210-1, to Gen. Dundas 27th June 1801; pp. 49-50, 57-8, 65-7, 122, 124-5, 172-4, 185-9, 201-2, to Henry Dundas 13th May 1797 to 1st June 1801; pp. 113-4, to Philip Dundas 30th July 1798; p. 204, to Thomas Dundas 22nd June 1801; pp. 270-1, to the Lords of the [?Exchequer or Treasury] 30th Sept. 1801; pp. 50-1, 59-62, 68-78, 147-51, 256, 330, 339, to William Fairlie 7th June 1797 to 9th April 1802; p. 65, to Messrs. Fairlie, Gilmore & Co. 24th July 1798; pp. 298-301, 335, to James Farquhar 14th Dec. 1801 and 12th March 1802; pp. 318-9, to Provost Fechney 6th Jan. 1802; p. 95, to Dr. Fleming 26th July 1798; p. 200, to James Ford 22nd June 1801; p. 205, to Messrs. Framjee, Monickjee, Jamsetjee & Bomanji (Builders) 22nd June 1801; p. 219, to Francis Freeling 29th June 1801; pp. 333-4, to Lieut.-Col. Gardner 29th Jan. 1802; pp. 96-7, to Capt. John Gerard 27th July 1798; pp. 234-5, to James Gibbs 20th July 1801; pp. 344-5, to the Duke of Gordon 4th May 1801; pp. 259-60, to James Gordon 7th Sept. 1801; pp. 141-2, 158, 348, to John Graeme 15th Nov. 1798 to 26th May 1802; pp. 142-3, 180-3, to Robert Graham of Fintry 3rd Nov. 1798 and --; pp. 143-5, to Charles Grant 10th Dec. 1798; p. 233, to Sir William Grant 17th July 1801; p. 221, to W. Green 29th June 1801; p. 323, to Alexander Guild 28th Jan. 1802; pp. 195-7, to George Dempster Guthrie 20th June 1801; p. 306, to Thomas Gulls 28th Dec. 1801; p. 315, to Provost Haddon 1st Jan. 1802; p. 220, to G. Hadow 29th June 1801; pp. 117-8, to Patrick Hadow 9th Aug. 1798; pp. 97-8, 194-5, to Herbert Harris 27th July 1798 and 20th June 1801; p. 197, to Warren Hastings 18th June 1801; p. 96, to Major Hawkshaw 27th July 1798; pp. 327-8, to Mrs. M. Higginson 12th Feb. 1802; pp. 52-3, to Lord Hobart 29th June 1797; p. 99, to Charles Hunter 27th July 1798; p. 261, to Sir Elijah Impey 19th Sept. 1801; pp. 82-3, to Hugh Inglis 14th July 1797; pp. 41-4, to James Irvine 9th May 1797; pp. 209-10, to Harford Jones 27th June 1801; pp. 292-3, 336, to Earl Kellie (Cambo House) 30th Nov. 1801 and 12th March 1802; p. 100, to F. P. Kinloch 27th July 1798; pp. 272-3, to Col. Kirkpatrick -- Sept. 1801; p. 35, to Capt. Laird 5th May 1797; p. 289, to Gen. Lake 26th Nov. 1801; pp. 44, 63-5, to William Lennox -- May and 7th July 1797; pp. 226, 232-3, to Lord Lewisham 6th and 17th July 1801; p. 332, to Lucas Benjamin -- Feb. 1802; pp. 36-41, to Sir Stephen Lushington -- May 1797; p. 246, to William Lushington 2nd Aug. 1801; pp. 288, 302A, 302B, 336-7, 348-9, to Provost Lyall 1st Nov. 1801 and 10th May 1802; pp. 104-5, to B. W. MacCallum 28th July 1798; pp. 257-8, to Mrs. Gen. Macleod 7th Sept. 1801; pp. 294, 310, to Principal Macleod 4th and 31st Dec. 1801; p. 273, to Sir John Macpherson -- Sept. 1801; pp. 227-9, to Sir Charles Malet 17th July 1801; pp. 198, 215, to Samuel Manisty 19th and 29th June 1801; pp. 199, 227, 267, 290-3, 302, to Provost Thomas Hay Marshall 22nd June to 13th Dec. 1801; pp. 98-9, to Matthew Mendes 27th July 1798; p. 293, to David Methven 30th Nov. 1801; p. 248, to [John] Meux (India Board) 3rd Aug. 1801; pp. 67-8, to Jonathan Michel 7th July 1797; p. 261, to Sir Charles Middleton -- Sept. 1801; p. 302B-5, to Charles Mills 15th Dec. 1801; p. 260, to John Milne 7th Sept. 1801; p. 247, to Robert Mitchell 3rd Aug. 1801; p. 329, to the Council at Montrose 27th Nov. 1801; p. 120, 127-34, to Lord Mornington 13th and 24th Aug. 1798; p. 219, Lord Mount Norris 29th June 1801; p. 99, to Walter Ross Munro 27th July 1798; p. 257, to John Murrie 5th Sept. 1801; p. 342, to Lady Nairne 26th April 1802; p. 63, to Evan Nepean 7th July 1797; p. 337, to Gen. Nicolls 4th April 1802; pp. 262-4, 312-6, to Sir Charles Oakeley 16th Sept. 1801; pp. 89-91, to -- Ochterlony 16th Sept. 1797; p. 335, to Walter Ogilvie 9th March 1802; p. 220, to George Parish 29th June 1801; pp. 249-52, to Thomas Parry 17th Aug. 1801; p. 213, to G. Paterson 27th June 1801; p. 295, to Provost Paton 19th Dec. 1801; pp. 269-70, to Provost Paton and Messrs. D. Ford, W. Aberdeen and A. Thorn 26th Sept. 1801; pp. 48-9, to -- Patullo 13th May 1797; pp. 145-7, to -- Peacock 31st Dec. 1798; p. 139, to William Pitt 28th Aug. 1798; pp. 225-6, to the Duke of Portland 6th July 1801; p. 333, to the Postmaster-General 22nd Feb. 1802; pp. 177-80, to P. Proctor 27th Dec. 1800; p. 214, to Alexander Ramsay 27th June 1801; p. 334, to John Ramsay 9th March 1802; p. 267, to -- Rankin 23rd Sept. 1801; p. 305, to Edward Ravenscroft 20th Dec. 1801; p. 237, to Lieut. Alexander Renny 26th July 1801; p. 268, to Mrs. Renny 25th Sept. 1801; p. 347, to Messrs. J. Richardson 28th April 1802; pp. 337, 349-50, to Provost Riddock 15th and 19th May 1802; pp. 175-6, to Patrick Rigg 21st Sept. 1800; pp. 118-9, 190-1, to James Rivett 13th Aug. 1798 and 16th June 1801; pp. 207-8, to Dr. Colin Rogers 27th June 1801; p. 116, to Robert Rolland 3rd June 1800; p. 29, to George Rose 28th April 1797; pp. 155-6, to Hercules Ross 12th Feb. 1800; p. 274, to Lord St. Vincent 12th Oct. 1801; p. 27, to Charles Scott 29th April 1797; pp. 151-4, to David Scott (Junior) 8th Oct. 1799; pp. 217-8, to Capt. J. G. Scott--June 1801; pp. 28, 34, to James Scott 28th April and 4th May 1797; pp. 102-4, to Robert Scott 28th July 1798; pp. 105, 193-4, to Lieut. Robert Scott 28th July 1798 and 20th June 1801; pp. 104, 191-2, 345, to William Scott 28th July 1798 to 4th May 1802; pp. 123-4, to D. Seton 25th Aug 1798; pp. 78-82, 247-8, to Alexander Shank 14th July 1797 and 3rd Aug. 1801; pp. 206-7, to Henry Shank 22nd June 1801; p. 58, to Sir John Shore 5th July 1797; pp. 87-8, to James Sibbald 30th July 1797; p. 199, to George Smith 22nd June 1801; pp. 265-6, to (?) Lord Spencer 23rd Sept. 1801; p. 295, to Sir John Stewart 5th Dec. 1801; p. 341, to Patrick Stuart 26th April 1802; p. 106, to Col. Sydenham 28th July 1798; p. 117, to George Taswell 9th Aug. 1798; pp. 125-6, 151, to James Tate 21st Sept. and 26th Nov. 1798; pp. 218-9, to Paul Tate 27th June 1801; pp. 106-7, to the Rev. W. Tennent 28th July 1798; pp. 157-9, to Charles Thomson 25th March 1800; pp. 253-5, to John Travers 21st Aug. 1801; p. 350, to Messrs. Tulloh, Connell and Brodie 13th March 1801; p. 235, to Nicholas Vansittart 20th July 1801; pp. 229-31, 289-90, to Capt. C. M. Vansittart 27th July and 1st Dec. 1801; pp. 135-8, to the Rev. -- Walker 26th Oct. 1798; pp. 111-2, 222-5, to Alexander Watson 29th July 1798 to 30th June 1801; pp. 100-2, to Lieut. A. Watson 28th July 1798; p. 212, to Dr. Watson 27th June 1801; pp. 247, 346, to Provost Watt 3rd Aug. 1801 and 4th May 1802; pp. 333-9, to Robert Webster 6th April 1802; pp. 159-66, 351-2, 355-61, to the Marquis Wellesley 5th March 1800 to 9th Oct. 1801 (never yet, I believe, published); p. 112, to George Westcott 29th July 1798; p. 211, to Mrs. Whittle 27th June 1801; pp. 214-5, to Capt. S. Whittle 27th June 1801; p. 246, to W. Woodfall 31st July 1801. (6) pp. 83-7, Memorandum by John Leighton on a conference relative to Turnpike Roads 17th July 1797. (7) p. 200, Memorandum to recommend the son of Sir George Colebrooke to Marquis Wellesley 22nd June 1801. (8) pp. 201-2, George Hill to Henry Dundas 1st June 1801. (9) pp. 202-3, Anthony Traill to Col. Scott, M.P., 18th June 1801. (10) p. 222, Memorandum to recommend Mr. Paterson in letters to Bombay 30th June 1801. (11) pp. 236-7, John Young to Scott 13th July 1798. (12) pp. 264-5, H. Dundas to Scott 17th Sept. 1801. (13) p. 265, Mr. Nicholas to Mr. Vansittart 10th Sept. 1801. (14) p. 295, W. Lennox to Scott 3rd-5th Dec. 1801. (15) p. 306, Thomas Hay Marshal to Scott 12th Dec. 1801. (16) p. 308, Conveyance of Pittendriech by Patrick Sterling to -- Chalmers 19th July 1796. (17) pp. 321-2, 370-1, W. Ross to Scott 25th Oct. and 5th Feb. 1802. (18) p. 333, Postmaster-General to Scott 25th Feb. 1802. (19) pp. 380-403, Index to pp. 185-371.

Letter Book of David Scott.  IOR/H/731  1802-1805

Contents:
(1) pp. 1-265, David Scott's Letters. p. 83, to Sir Robert Abercrombie 25th Dec. 1802; p. 1A, to William Aberdeen 10th May 1802; p. 122, to -- Abingdon 1st Feb. 1803; pp. 64-7, 86, 137, to the Right Hon. Henry Addington 26th Aug. 1802 to 5th April 1803; p. 7, to John Anderson 29th May 1802; pp. 98, 118-9, to Robert Anderson 7th Dec. 1802 to 25th Jan. 1803; p. 73, to Mrs. S. Anderson 4th Oct. 1802; p. 102, to Col. Baillie 21st Dec. 1802; p. 198, to Thomas E. Baker 5th March 1804; p. 255, to Lord Barham 8th May 1805; pp. 32, 94, to Thomas Baring 24th June and 3rd Dec. 1802; pp. 100-1, to the Lord Chief Baron 9th Dec. 1802; p. 39, to David Beale 6th July 1802; pp. 243-4, to Col. Beatson 11th Feb. 1805; pp. 101-2, to John Bebb 18th Dec. 1802; p. 68, to Thomas Bell 26th Aug. 1802; pp. 40, 225, to Sir W. Bensley 5th July 1802 and 8th Sept. 1804; p. 33, to the Rev. John Bethune 29th June 1802; p. 27, to Provost Black 14th May 1802; pp. 154-5, to J. Borlase 16th Nov. 1803; pp. 128-9, to Frederick Bowes 19th Feb. 1803; pp. 35, 46-7, 204, 256-7, to John Brand 30th June 1802 to 21st May 1805; pp. 259-62, to the Rev.--Brewster--July 1805; pp. 102-3, to Mrs. Bristow 23rd Dec. 1802; pp. 42, 46-8, 87-8, to Alexander Brodie 7th July to -- Oct. 1802; pp. 75-6, to Charles Bruce 4th Oct. 1802; p. 96, to Sir John Burgess 17th Nov. 1803; p. 93, to Lady Burgess 1st Dec. 1802; p. 149, to -- Burness 28th Oct. 1803; pp. 71-2, to Archibald Campbell 11th Sept. 1802; pp. 78-9, to Lady Campbell 21st Sept. 1802; pp. 30-2, 34, 194, 196, to Sir David Carnegie 23rd June 1802 to 27th Feb. 1804; pp. 114-6, 189-90, to Daniel Carpenter 21st Jan. 1803 and 10th Jan. 1804; p. 124, to Lord Castlereagh 10th Feb. 1803; pp. 131, 133, 198, 201-2, 222, 241, to Provost John Caw 1st March 1803 to 29th Jan. 1805; pp. 108, 121-2, to W. Chalmers 29th Dec. 1802 and 11th Jan. 1803; p. 71, to Robert Charnock 28th Aug. 1805; pp. 8, 29, 99-100, 229-30, 250, to Provost John Cheap 3rd June 1802 to 27th March 1805; pp. 239-40, 249-50, to Lord Justice Clerk 10th Dec. 1804 and 26th March 1805; pp. 244-5, to Bicknell Coney 28th Feb. 1805; p. 1A, to Patrick Craigie 10th May 1802; p. 134, to Mrs. Crozier 29th March 1803; p. 244, to Major Cunningham 14th Feb. 1805; pp. 76-7, 120-1, to George Dempster 8th Oct. 1802 and 29th Jan. 1803; pp. 194-5, 199-200, to Lord Douglas 22nd Feb. and 9th April 1804; pp. 82-4, 112, 150-3, 199, to William Douglas (Brigton) 20th Oct. 1802 to 4th April 1804; p. 55, to Messrs. Down, Thornton & Co. 11th Aug. 1802; pp. 74-5, to Professor A. Duncan 4th Oct. 1802; pp. 5, 32, 41-2, 46, 54-5, 97-8, to the Right Hon. Henry Dundas 24th April to 7th Dec. 1802 (see Lord Melville); pp. 247-8, to Philip Dundas 11th March 1805; p. 123, to Ralph Dundas 7th Feb. 1803; p. 259, to Robert Dundas -- July 1805; pp. 41-3, 262, to James Farquhar 5th July 1802 and 2nd Aug. 1805; p. 196, to Messrs. O. and J. Farrer and Atkinson 27th Feb. 1804; pp. 3, 26, 241, to Alexander Feckney 25th May 1802 to 29th Jan. 1805; pp. 196-7, to David Fell 27th Feb. 1804; p. 119, to James Fergusson 22nd Jan. 1802; p. 227, to James Forbes 21st Sept. 1804; p. 1A, to David Ford 10th May 1802; pp. 37-8, to N. P. Forth 2nd July 1802; p. 143, to Charles Frederick 12th June 1803; p. 130, to Commissioner Frewin 19th Feb. 1803; p. 224, to S. Gambier 24th Aug. 1804; pp. 24-5, 161, to Col. Gardner 10th June 1802 and 14th Dec. 1803; p. 158, to Adam Glegg 5th Dec. 1803; p. 217, to Lord Glenbervie 3rd July 1804; p. 155, to J. J. Goodridge 17th Nov. 1803; p. 1A, to the Duke of Gordon 4th May 1802; p. 123, to Thomas Gordon 7th Feb. 1803; pp. 1B, 1C, 8-9, 12, 46-7, 56-64, 109-10, 127, 132, to John Graeme 13th May 1802 to 2nd March 1803; pp. 34, 226-7, to Col. Graham 29th June 1802 and 11th Sept. 1804; pp. 10-1, 79, 81, 96, 131, to Robert Graham 7th June 1802 to 1st March 1803; p. 220, to John Griffith 17th July 1804; pp. 132-3, 163, to Provost Guild 12th March and 24th Dec. 1803; pp. 256, 262, to James Guthrie 21st May and 9th Aug. 1805; pp. 1A, 235-6, to James Haddon 10th May 1802 and 28th Dec. 1804; p. 190, to Sir A. S. Hammond 23rd Jan. 1804; pp. 110-2, to John Hicks 8th Jan. 1803; pp. 148-148B, to Principal Hill 26th Oct. 1803; p. 90, to Henry Holland 23rd Nov. 1802; p. 159, to Col. Alexander Hope 9th Nov. 1803; pp. 162, 215-6, 253-4, to John Hornby 16th Dec. 1803 to 10th May 1805; pp. 36, 48-9, 204-5, to Provost Hudson 30th June 1802 to 15th April 1804; p. 89, to Dr. Hunter 15th Nov. 1802; p. 52, to John Hunter 17th Aug. 1802; pp. 223, 242, to J. Huskisson 18th Oct. 1804 and 18th Jan. 1805; pp. 217-8, to T. Huskisson 25th June 1804; p. 222, to W. Huskisson 2nd Aug. 1804; pp. 223-4, 259, to Sir Elijah Impey 2nd Aug. 1804 and 18th June 1805; pp. 137-8, to Sir Hugh Inglis 21st April 1803; p. 78, to John Innes 16th Oct. 1802; p. 128, to Mrs. Irvine 19th Feb. 1803; p. 243, to Lord Keith 9th Feb. 1805; pp. 6-7, 28-9, 33, 136, 155-7, 202-3, 263, to Earl Kellie 29th May 1802 to 17th Aug. 1805; p. 110, to William Kerr 6th Jan. 1803; pp. 242-3, to David Lance 9th Feb. 1805; p. 128, to Digges Latouche 15th Feb. 1803; p. 218, to J. Lowe 11th July 1804; p. 70, to Sir Stephen Lushington 28th Aug. 1802; p. 148, to William Lushington 24th Oct. 1803: p. 1A, to J. Lyall 10th May 1802; pp. 35, 104, 193, to Provost Alexander Lyell 30th June 1802 and 6th Feb. 1804; pp. 189, 195, to Mrs. Eliza Lyell 9th Jan. and 6th March 1804; p. 91, to John Maclary 29th Nov. 1802; pp. 240-1, to Mrs. McLaurin 19th Jan. 1805; pp. 209-11, to Principal Macleod 26th May 1804; pp. 197-8, to Neil Macvicar 2nd March 1804; p. 235, to Messrs. Manning, Anderson and Bosanquet 3rd Dec. 1804; pp. 2, 27-8, 33, 36-7, 91-2, 209, 214-5, 221-2, 263-4, to Provost Hay Marshall 25th May 1802 to -- July 1805; pp. 257-9, to the Hon. William Maule 1st June 1805; p. 9, to John Mein 29th Nov. 1802; pp. 104-6, 112, 124-5, 127, 139-41, 144-7, 158-9, 197, 211-4, 219, 222-3, 226, 229, to Lord Melville (see Henry Dundas) 29th Dec. 1802 to 4th Nov. 1804; pp. 93, 221, to Andrew Millar 3rd Feb. and 18th July 1804; p. 1A, to J. Miller 10th May 1802; p. 109, to Charles Mills 5th Jan. 1803; pp. 216-21, to Lieut. Robert Milne 30th June and 17th July 1804; pp. 231-2, to Mrs. Harriet Mitchell 10th Nov. 1804; p. 128, to James Morrison 14th Feb. 1803; pp. 125-6, to George Mowbray 27th Jan. 1803; pp. 50, 53, 86, to Capt. Alexander Murray 11th July to 3rd Nov. 1802; pp. 141-3, to Sir Evan Nepean 7th June 1802; pp. 1A, 106, to A. Nicol 10th May and 29th Dec. 1802; p. 107, to Sir Charles Oakeley 29th Dec. 1802; p. 248, to J. J. Oddy 11th March 1805; p. 230, to Charles Ogilvy 12th Nov. 1804; pp. 8, 153-4, 189, 232-4, 252, 264-5, to Patrick Orr 26th Aug. 1805; p. 122, to George Paton 8th Jan. 1803; p. 1A, to J. Paton 10th May 1802; p. 200, to Lieut. John Paton 10th April 1804; pp. 81-2, 195, 208-9, 216-7, 228, to Provost Paton 22nd Oct. 1802 to 18th Oct. 1804; pp. 45-6, 228, to the Right Hon. William Pitt 7th July 1802 and 17th Aug. 1804; p. 88, to J. Prinsep 24th Oct. 1802; p. 243, to the Rev. Thomas Raitt 11th Feb. 1805; p. 26, to James Ramsay 16th June 1802; pp. 193, 259, to John Ranking 6th Sept. 1804 and 18th June 1805; pp. 38, 247, to Edward Ravenscroft 2nd July 1802 and 9th March 1805; pp. 211, 221, to Thomas Reid 28th May and 18th July 1804; p. 220, to Lieut. Rennie 17th July 1804; pp. 243-5, to Mrs. Georgina Reynolds 3rd Dec. 1804; pp. 113, 123-4, to the Rev. George Richards 5th Jan. and 7th Feb. 1803; pp. 161-2, to Michael Riddell 14th and 24th Dec. 1803; pp. 1A, 120, 245-6, to Provost Riddock 19th May 1802 to 2nd March 1805; p. 247, to Provost Ritchie 9th March 1805; p. 4, to John Roberts 24th May 1802; pp. 12-4, 72-3, 116-8, to David Robertson 7th June to 13th Dec. 1802; p. 242, to L. Robertson 29th Jan. 1805; p. 130, to Thomas Robertson 19th Feb. 1803; pp. 39-40, to G. A. Robinson 2nd July 1802; p. 218, to John Rolland 13th July 1804; pp. 1B, 49, to the Master of the Rolls 7th March and 12th July 1802; pp. 77, 84-5, 199, 220, to the Right Hon. George Rose 14th Oct. 1802 to 16th July 1804; pp. 74, 214, to Dr. Ross 4th Oct. 1802 and 19th June 1804; pp. 225-6, to Gen. Ross 5th Sept. 1804; pp. 131-2, 159-60, 205, to Hercules Ross 1st March 1803 to 28th April 1804; p. 196, to William Ross 27th Oct. 1804; p. 130, to Lord St. Vincent 19th Feb. 1803; p. 129, to Mrs. Capt. Scott 19th Feb. 1803; pp. 189, 219, 240, to James Scott 9th Jan. 1804 to 9th Jan. 1805; p. 134, to Mrs. Scott of Usan 29th March 1803; p. 1A, to Mrs. W. Scott 4th May 1802; pp. 224-5, to Daniel Seton 24th Aug. 1804; pp. 69-70, to Mrs. Shaffalitzky of Muckadell 27th Aug. 1802; pp. 92-3, 108, to George Silver 29th Nov. and 29th Dec. 1802; p. 69, to Lady Sinclair 26th Aug. 1802; pp. 191-2, to Mrs. Charlotte Smith 31st Jan. 1804; pp. 200, 206-7, to George Smith 7th April 1804; pp. 70, 88-9, to Henry Smith 28th Aug. and 11th Nov. 1802; pp. 135-6, to Mrs. Smith -- 1803; p. 134, to Capt. John Spink 29th March 1803; p. 201, to Mrs. Stevens 8th April 1804; pp. 49-50, to James Stewart 3rd Aug. 1802; p. 131, to Bailie P. Stewart 1st March 1803; pp. 230-1, to Joseph Stratton 12th Nov. 1804; p. 27, to Patrick Stuart 14th May 1802; pp. 51-2, to Mrs. John Taylor 13th Aug. 1802; pp. 1A, 129, to Provost A. Thorn 10th May 1802 to 19th Feb. 1803; pp. 76, 157-8, 232, to Charles Thomson 5th Oct. 1802 to 27th Nov. 1804; pp. 98-9, to Henry Thornton 7th Dec. 1802; p. 253, to William Thornton 10th May 1805; p. 71, to Mrs. M. Tolfrey 30th Aug. 1802; p. 253, to John Travers 10th May 1805; pp. 134-5, to Major Turnbull 29th March 1803; pp. 76, 104, 142, 206, to Nicholas Vansittart 4th Sept. 1802 to -- April 1804; pp. 79, 139, 147, to J. Wainwright 21st Sept. 1802 to 20th June 1803; p. 209, to David Walker 28th May 1804; pp. 139, 207-8, to James Walker 3rd May 1803 and 11th April 1804; p. 78, to Matthew White 16th Oct. 1802; p. 251, to James Wilkie; p. 251, to John Wilkinson 28th April 1805; p. 90, to Mrs. Hebe Williams 27th Nov. 1802; pp. 114, 122-3, to James Williams 19th Jan. and 3rd Feb. 1803; pp. 89-90, to A. Watson 18th Nov. 1802; p. 125, to Dr. A. Watson 7th Feb. 1803; pp. 236-9, to James Watson 15th Oct. 1804; pp. 9-10, 25, 160, 203-4, 208, 263, to Provost Watt 7th June 1802 to 17th Aug. 1805; p. 150, to the Duke of York 31st Oct. 1803; pp. 103-4, to David Young 27th Dec. 1802; p. 72, to D. C. Young 11th Sept. 1802; p. 204, to Messrs. Young, Ross, Richardson & Co. 12th April 1804. (2) p. 37, N. Vansittart to Scott 21st Aug. 1802. (3) pp. 53-4, G. Rose to Scott 13th Aug. 1802. (4) p. 85, Charles Thomson to Scott 21st Aug. 1802. (5) p. 94, Mr. Barham to Mr. Baring 25th Nov. 1802. (6) p. 95, List of Deeds belonging to Scott. (7) p. 105, James Lyall and others to Scott 24th Dec. 1802. (8) p. 109, William Douglas' Account with Patrick Sterling. (9) pp. 113-4, Lord Pelham (Secretary of State) to Col. Scott (Commanding the 1st Regiment, Royal East India Volunteers) -- 1802. (10) pp. 116-8, James Fell to David Robertson 13th Dec. 1802. (11) p. 138, George W. Phipps to Scott 16th April 1803. (12) p. 157, Messrs. Dickson & Co. to David Robertson 9th Nov. 1803. (13) pp. 167-8, Proposals for taking farms at Dunninald, 1802-03. (14) pp. 180-1, Index to pp. 1-168. (15) pp. 182-8, Applications for promotion. (16) p. 206, Memorandum to Mr. Vansittart, 1804. (17) pp. 212-3, Roderick Macleod (? Principal of King's College) to Scott 6th May 1804. (18) p. 220, Moses Agar to H. Barham 3rd July 1804. (19) p. 248, R. Scott to David Scott 8th March 1805.

Political correspondence.  IOR/H/731a  1787-1803

Contents:
(1) Jonathan Duncan (Governor of Bombay). pp. 1-44, 53-60, 65-72, 111-30, 140-203, to David Scott (almost all Originals) 17th Oct. 1800 to 30th June 1803; pp. 45-50, Minute of 4th June 1801 on the claims of Messrs. Maconochie and Crawford against the Company for damage by Paul Tate to a Timber Mill in Malabar; pp. 73-110, Correspondence with J. Smee, John Spencer (President of the Commission in Malabar), Lord Clive (Governor of Madras) and Major Walker relative to the transfer of Malabar to the Madras Presidency; pp. 139-41, Minute of 25th Aug. 1802 on Mr. Stevens' appeal to the Directors. (2) pp. 61-2, Major Macquarie to Governor Duncan 23rd May 1801. (3) pp. 131-5, Marquis Wellesley and Bengal Council to Jonathan Duncan and the Bombay Council 20th June 1802. (4) p. 205, Bombay Council to Secret Committee, London, 26th Dec. 1803 on the Marquis Wellesley's strictures relative to their correspondence with his brother, Major-Gen. Wellesley. (5) pp. 209-17, W. Garthshore (? Secretary to Henry Dundas) to David Scott 28th June to 2nd July 1795 (Originals). (6) Henry Dundas (Lord Melville). pp. 221-74, 287-344, 349-99, 411-523, 530-601, 613-5, 621-34, 641-6, 651-2, 659-67, 675-741, 747-65, 791-817, 823-9, 835-64, 865-913, 919-51, 965-85, to David Scott 17th Oct. 1787 to -- June 1805 (almost all Original. Some, presumably the private letters, addressed "My dear Scott," the others demi-official addressed "My dear Sir"); p. 275, 617-8, to Sir Stephen Lushington 20th June 1795 and 25th Feb. 1800. (7) pp. 279-83, 345, William Cabell to David Scott 22nd June and 25th Nov. 1795 (Originals). (8) pp. 403-5, Lord Kinnaird to Scott with letter from J. J. Keighly (? 1796, Originals). (9) pp. 525-6, Hercules Ross to Scott 9th Feb. 1798 (Original). (10) pp. 603-5, Sir George Dallas to Henry Dundas 11th Feb. 1798. (11) David Scott. pp. 637-8, 775-89, to the Right Hon. W. Pitt 13th May 1800 and 27th Nov. 1801; pp. 767-72, to Henry Dundas 7th Nov. 1801. (12) pp. 647-9, Robert Arnott to the Lord Privy Seal for Scotland 5th June 1800 (Original). (13) pp. 655-6, Lord Douglas to Scott 7th July 1800 (Original). (14) pp. 669-70, Sir Andrew Hammond to Henry Dundas 10th Dec. 1800 (Original). (15) p. 743, Alexander Allardyce to Henry Dundas 17th May (? 1801, Original). (16) pp. 819-20, Archibald Campbell to Henry Dundas (? 11th Nov. 1801, Original). (17) pp. 831-2, Lord Tweeddale to Henry Dundas 4th Aug. 1802 (Original). (18) p. 915, C. Hope to Lord Melville 4th July 1803 (Original). (19) p. 953, John Stewart to Col. Hope 30th Sept. 1803 (Original). (20) pp. 955-6, Alexander Hope to Lord Melville 1st Oct. 1803 (Original).

Papers of Robert Kitson, Bombay Civil Service.  IOR/H/732  1775-1783

Contents:
(1) pp. 1-313, Papers of Robert Kitson, Bombay Civil Service, presented to the India Office by A. A. West, February 1906. (2) pp. 3-11, Notes by Arthur A. West, M.I.C.E., on the three following manuscripts from the Papers of Robert Kitson, who died at Bombay 23rd March 1812, with, pp. 13-20, Short Memoir of Robert Kitson. (3) pp. 24-87, "Bombay County Cash." A Statement of the Cash received and expended in the Sheriff's Office during the year 1780, when Kitson was Sheriff. (4) pp. 90-133, "Coroner at Bombay." A list of Inquests at Bombay from 18th Oct. 1775 to February 1776 and December 1776 to December 1781, with a few later up to March 1783. (5) pp. 137-313, Inquest Findings or Verdicts (Originals) 12th Oct. 1775 to 26th March 1783. To some are attached the Surgeons, certificates.

Sir John Malcolm's Papers  IOR/H/733-737  1796-1833

5 volumes

Papers of Sir John Malcolm.  IOR/H/733  1809-1818

Contents:
(1) Dr. Andrew W. Jukes (Surgeon at the Bushire Residency) writing from Teheran. pp. 1-38, 53-90, 97-122, 131-7, 143-94, to Sir John Malcolm (Envoy-Extraordinary from Lord Minto to Persia) March to May 1810 (chiefly private and confidential, Origianls), Persian affairs; pp. 129-30, to Claudius James Rich 28th April 1810; pp. 139-41, to Capt. [? Charles] Pasley 29th March 1810 (Original). (2) pp. 41-9, Capt. T. (or J.) Sutherland to Dr. Jukes 28th Jan. 1810 (Original). (3) pp. 93-6, Robert Adair to H.R.H. Prince Abbas Meerza at Tabriz, Constantinople, 20th Feb. 1810. (4) pp. 125-8, Mohumud Ali Meerza Prince at Kermanshah to Hajee Mohumud Hoossein Khan Ameer ud Dowlah at Teheran received 28th April 1810. (5) Sir Harford Jones (H.M. Ambassador at Teheran). pp. 197-207, 217-33, 243, 247-77, to Sir John Malcolm 14th May 1808 to 25th July 1810 (Originals); p. 279, to Jaafa Ally Khan 31st Oct. 1809. (6) pp. 209-13, Thomas H. Hudson (Assistant to Sir H. Jones) to Sir John Malcolm Sultanea 10th June 1810 (Original) with extract from James Morier (Secretary to Sir H. Jones). (7) pp. 235-7, 245-6, Marquis Wellesley (H.M.'s Principal Secretary of State) to Sir Harford Jones 7th April 1810 (not printed in Martin). (8) p. 241, Secret Committee, London, to Sir Harford Jones 9th April 1810. (9) p. 283-5, Sir John Malcolm to -- Mecanah 6th July 1810, Appointment of Sir Gore Ouseley as Ambassador to Persia. (10) pp. 291-3, Index to Malcolm's Private Letter Book, Vol. 2 (11) pp. 295-6, Index to Malcolm's Private Letter Book, Vol. 3, i.e. to pp. 301-466 below. (12) p. 299, Note by Malcolm on some Oil of Spikenard, the first fruits of the order established by him in Malwa. (13) pp. 301-466, Copies of letters from Malcolm (Political Agent to Governor-General and Brig.-Gen. with the Army of the Deccan during the Pindari campaign); pp. 337-40, 344-54, 356-9, 364-6, 435-9, 453-6, to John Adam (Secretary to the Supreme Government) 10th Aug. to 23rd Oct. 1818; pp. 314-6, 359-63, 378-81, to Col. [P. Van] Agnew 11th July to 25th Sept. 1818; pp. 451-3, to Major Borthwick 18th Oct. 1818; pp. 327-8, to Lady Buckinghamshire 19th July 1818; pp. 328-30, to -- Carnac 3rd Aug. 1818; pp. 313-4, to W. Erskine (Secretary and Vice-President of the Literary Society, Bombay) 10th July 1818; pp. 316-22, 331-7, 342-4, 402-5, 409-25, to the Hon. M. Elphinstone 4th Oct. 1818; pp. 433-5, to Lieut. Hansard 8th Oct. 1818; pp. 322-5, 372-7, 425-8, to Lord Hastings 13th July to 5th Oct. 1818; pp. 397-9, 443-6, to Col. Low 26th Sept. and 14th Oct. 1818; pp. 465-6, to Lady Malcolm 25th Dec. 1818; pp. 310-3, to Sir Thomas Munro 9th July 1818; pp. 325-6, to C. T. Metcalfe 16th July 1818; pp. 354-5, 399-401, to Sir David Ochterlony 23rd Aug. and 29th Sept. 1818; pp. 340-1, to Capt. [James] Tod 11th Aug. 1818; pp. 428-33, to F. Warden (Member of Council. Bombay) 8th Oct. 1818; pp. 365-72, 440-2, 446-51, to Marquis Wellesley (Secretary of State) 21st Sept. to 20th Oct. 1818; p. 457, to the Duchess of Wellington 24th Oct. 1818; pp. 301-9, 381-96, 406-8, to the Duke of Wellington 3rd July to 4th Oct. 1818.

Papers of Sir John Malcolm.  IOR/H/734  1827-1830

Contents:
(1) pp. i-iv, Index (incomplete); pp. 217-24, Index to pp. 225-482; pp. 483-91, Index to pp. 493-754; pp. 763-8, Index to pp. 771-963. (2) pp. 1-963, Letters from John Malcolm (Governor of Bombay). pp. 723-9, to -- Annesley 30th Oct. 1829; pp. 294-5, 326-37, to Lord Ashley 22nd March and 10th April 1829; p. 290, to the Committee of the Royal Asiatic Society -- March 1829; pp. 232-3, 452-4, to William Astell 6th Dec. 1828 and -- July 1829; pp. 441-2, 583-6, to -- Baillie or Bayley 3rd June and 10th Jan. 1829; pp. 41-2, 59-61, 68, 80-4, to Lieut.-Col. Ballantyne 16th Jan. to 26th April 1828; pp. 225-8, 270-1, 798-9, 801-2, 816-7, to Major Barnwell 5th Dec. 1828 to 10th March 1830; pp. 778-80, 782-3, 787-97, 805-11, 818-20, 860, 876-7, 882-4, 898-901, 961, to Lieut.-Gen. Sir Sidney Beckwith 31st Dec. 1829 to 4th Dec. 1830; pp. 503-11, 581-2, to Lord William Bentinck 9th Sept. 1828 and 10th Jan. 1829; p. 694, to H. Borradaile 15th Sept. 1829; pp. 682-3, to Lieut. Burnes (Assistant Quartermaster-General) 22nd Aug. 1829; pp. 740-2, to -- Cadell 14th Nov. 1829; pp. 242-3, to Lord John Campbell 14th Dec. 1828; pp. 253-5, 284-7, 358-9, 450-2, to R. Campbell 15th Jan. to 30th July 1829; pp. 699-702, to -- Cawfield, 28th Sept. 1829; pp. 963, to Earl of Clare 4th Dec. 1830; pp. 388-90, to Sir Alured Clarke 21st May 1829; pp. 237-41, 367-73, 463-5, to the Hon. Robert Clive 7th Dec. 1828 to 31st July 1829; pp. 173-80, to Major Cobb 21st March 1830; pp. 500-2, to Capt. Cobbe 26th Aug. 1828; pp. 264, 341-3, 350-5, 459-60, to -- Cockburn 6th Feb. to 31st July 1829; pp. 524-5, 569-71, to Sir Edward Colebrooke 29th Sept. and 14th Dec. 1828; pp. 514-6, 531-5, 546-7, 564-8, 641, 681-3, to Lord Combermere 20th Sept. 1828 to 22nd Aug. 1829; p. 585, to Lieut.-Col. Conway 10th Jan. 1829; pp. 545-6, to Major Dangerfield 31st Oct. 1828; pp. 565, 651, 653-60, 702-4, 787-8, to Major Dickinson 2nd Dec. 1828 to 10th Jan. 1830; p. 620, to J. A. Dunlop 14th April 1829; pp. 277-9, 291, 314-6, 321-6, 385-6, 434-5, 465-71, to Lord Ellenborough 22nd Feb. to 3rd Aug. 1829; pp. 576-7, to James Farish 18th Dec. 1828; pp. 812, 816, to -- Fawcett 11th March 1830; pp. 439-41, to -- FitzClarence 8th June 1829; pp. 265-6, to Lord Fitzroy 8th Feb. 1829; pp. 376-82, to John Fleming 21st May 1829; pp. 274-6, 732, to James Forbes 21st Feb. and 5th Nov. 1829; pp. 519-21, to -- Frazer 21st Sept. 1828; pp. 880-2, to -- Frederick 2nd July 1830; pp. 607-11, to Admiral Gage 30th March 1829; pp. 775-7, 784-6, 842-3, 847, 852, to Lieut.-Col. Goodfellow 17th Dec. 1829 to 19th June 1830; pp. 597-8, 715-6, to H. S. Graeme 15th Feb. and 16th Oct. 1829; pp. 288-9, to A. Graham 1st March 1829; pp. 362-4, 374-5, to Sir James Graham 20th May 1829; pp. 244-6, to David Haliburton 15th Dec. 1828; pp. 828-9, to Lieut.-Col. Hardy 20th April 1830; pp. 687-90, 742-8, to -- Henderson 1st Sept. and 27th Nov. 1829; pp. 696-8, to Capt. Hicks 26th Sept. 1829; pp. 710-1, to George Higgs 5th Oct. 1829; pp. 611-2, 863-4, to Lieut.-Col. Hough 28th Feb. 1829 and 14th July 1830; pp. 751-2, to Capt. Hughes 12th Dec. 1829; pp. 705-8, 733-6, to -- Jacob 3rd Oct. and 7th Nov. 1829; pp. 546, 625-6, 685-6, to Capt. Jarvis 2nd Dec. 1828 and 22nd Aug. 1829; pp. 24-5, to Capt. Johnstone 9th Jan. 1828; pp. 247-9, 261-2, 696, to Capt. Jones 7th Jan. to 25th Dec. 1829; p. 596, to Capt. Jopp 6th Feb. 1829; pp. 590-1, to Conde Julian 16th Jan. 1829; pp. 365-7, to Lord Lansdowne 20th May 1829; pp. 202-6, to P. W. Le Geyt 30th July 1830; pp. 679, 837-42, 904-5, to Brig.-Gen. Leighton 14th Aug. 1829 to 24th Aug. 1830; pp. 235-6, 259-60, 267-70, 281-2, 292-3, 304-8, 317-9, 341-7, 386-8, 390-410, 442-4, 455-6, 479-82, to Capt. John Lock 6th Dec. 1828 to 3rd Sept. 1829; pp. 131-2, to Lord -- 17th Jan. 1829; pp. 255-6, 308-10, 461-2, to Sir John Lubbock 5th Jan. to 31st July 1829; pp. 493-500, 521-3, 526-30, 540-4, 548-50, 571-5, 577-8, 587-8, 591-6, 599-602, 604-6, 650-1, 675-6, 691-3, 711-5, 718-20, 737-40, 749-50, to the Hon. S. R. Lushington 25th Aug. 1828 to 8th Dec. 1829; pp. 892-3, 911-31, 947-8, to Sir Charles Malcolm 1st Aug. to 29th Sept. 1830; pp. 535-7, to Capt. D. Malcolm 26th Oct. 1828; pp. 669-70, to G. (?) Malcolm 29th July 1829; pp. 579-80, 661-3, to Surgeon John Malcolm 5th Jan. and 15th Feb. 1829; p. 672, to C. Marriott 30th July 1829; pp. 773-5, to S. Marriott 4th Dec. 1829; pp. 635-7, to B. Martin 9th May 1829; pp. 249-52, 257-9, 280-4, 299-304, 338-40, 343-5, 348-50, 355-7, 360-2, 411-8, 423-33, 436-8, 445-7, 457-9, 471-9, to James Melville 13th Jan. to 3rd Aug. 1829; pp. 233-5, to Lord Melville 6th Dec. 1828; pp. 512-3, 551-3, 555-62, 582-3, 586, 652-3, to C. T. Metcalfe 18th Sept. 1828 to 23rd June 1829; pp. 677-9, to R. Money 12th Aug. 1829; p. 695, to H. A. Morrison 15th Sept. 1829; pp. 364-5, to Miss Murray 20th May 1829; pp. 12, 102-3, 107-10, 112-5, 135-7, 140-5, 148-9, 165-70, 185-90, 209-12, to J. Nesbit 19th Dec. 1827 to 30th Oct. 1830; pp. 781-2, 799-800, 803-4, 832-3, 889-91, 902-3, 905-10, 937, 951, to Charles Norris 31st Dec. 1829 to 6th Nov. 1830; pp. 623-5, 648-9, 665-8, 708-10, to George Norton 26th April to 3rd Oct. 1829; pp. 639-40, 717, to Lieut. Outram 3rd June and 22nd Oct. 1829; pp. 730-1, to Admiral Owen 5th Nov. 1829; pp. 448-9, to -- Pattison 30th July 1829; p. 1, to the Resident in the Persian Gulf 14th Nov. 1827; pp. 62-7, 103-5, 119, 180-4, to Major Henry Pottinger 2nd Feb. to 28th April 1828; pp. 135, 853-4, 897-8, to R. Pringle 2nd March 1829 to 13th Aug. 1830; pp. 824-7, to -- Pulteney (? Pulteney Malcolm) 20th April 1830; pp. 753-4, to Col. Ramsay 18th Dec. 1829; pp. 246-7, 295-7, to J. G. Ravenshaw 5th Jan. and 22nd March 1829; pp. 163-5, to Capt. Robertson 30th July 1829; pp. 2-5, 13-4, 48-59, 72-4, 101-2, 120, 126-7, 130, 150-60, 197-201, 207, 641-7, to Lieut.-Col. Robertson 14th Dec. 1827 to 3rd June 1829; pp. 820-1, 858-9, 864-6, 894-6, 949-50, to J. Romer 18th March to 29th Sept. 1830; pp. 771-3, to -- Rybot 29th Jan. 1829; pp. 228-31, to Lord Sidmouth 6th Dec. 1828; p. 569, to -- Skinner 14th Dec. 1828; pp. 664, 672-4, 829-31, 834-6, 844-6, 867-76, 884-8, 938-43, 946-7, 959-60, to Major-Gen. Sir Lionel Smith 25th July 1829 to 1st Dec. 1830; p. 680, to Capt. Spiller 14th Aug. 1829; pp. 638-9, to Edward Sterling -- May 1829; pp. 138-9, 146-8, 167, 178-9, 191-6, to Major Stewart 4th April 1829 to 17th July 1830; p. 671, to J. Sutherland 30th July 1829; pp. 538-9, 589-90, 603, 614-7, 627-33, to George Swinton 26th Oct. 1828 to 27th May 1829; pp. 563-4, to Capt. Taylor 1st Dec. 1828; pp. 554-5, 633-4, 720-2, to Sir George Walker 24th Oct. 1828 to 28th Oct. 1829; pp. 43-5, 612-3, to John Warden 21st Jan. 1828 and 3rd April 1829; pp. 208, 606-7, to J. (or G.) Wellesley 27th Sept. and 14th March 1829; pp. 272-4, 276, 297-8, 311-3, 319-21, 419-22, to the Duke of Wellington 11th Feb. to 7th June 1829; pp. 6-7, 9-11, 15-24, 46-7, 68-70, 74-9, 85-100, 110-2, 115-6, 121-3, 811-2, to James Williams 14th Dec. 1827 to 10th March 1830; pp. 851, 855-7, 878-9, 935-6, 944-6, 952-8, to Thomas Williamson 5th June to 2nd Dec. 1830; pp. 7-8, 26-41, 70-2, 117-9, 123-5, 127-9, 132-4, 172, 822-3, 848-50, 861-3, to J. P. Willoughby 14th Dec. 1827 to 12th June 1830; pp. 517-8, 553, to -- Wood 21st Sept. and 23rd Nov. 1828; pp. 263, 283-4, to W. Wynn 6th Feb. and 21st June 1829; pp. 618-22, to Henry Young 14th April 1829.

Papers of Sir John Malcolm  IOR/H/735  1831-1832

Contents:
(1) Letters from Sir John Malcolm. pp. 176-9, to G. Anderson (Secretary, Bombay) 22nd Jan. 1832; pp. 51-2, to P. Auber 6th Aug. 1831; pp. 108-10, to Lady Baggat -- Oct. 1831; pp. 39-40, to Lady [Sidney] Beckwith 18th July 1831; pp. 7-9, to Lord William Bentinck 27th March 1831; pp. 49-51, to Sir John Beresford 4th Aug. 1831; p. 6, to Capt. Betham 25th March 1831; p. 113, to Messrs. Briggs & Co. at Alexandría -- Oct. 1831; pp. 13-5, to Alexander [Campbell] 15th April 1831; pp. 11-2, 56-61, 112-3, 157-8, 160-4, 173-6, to Sir Robert Campbell 28th March 1831 to 22nd Jan. 1832; p. 76, to Major Carnac 24th Aug. 1831; pp. 169-72, to Robert Clive, M.P. 19th Jan. 1832; pp. 4-6, 29-30, 136-7, to J. Cockburn 26th March to 4th Dec. 1831; pp. 114-5, to Henry Currie 21st Oct. 1831; pp. 147-8, to Lieut.-Col. Frederick 7th Dec. 1831; p. 153, to Lord Gosford 13th Dec. 1831; pp. 2-4, 98-102, to the Right Hon. Charles Grant 23rd March and 24th Sept. 1831; pp. 103-4, to Capt. Samuel Hawkins 1st and 22nd Oct. 1831; pp. 134-5, to Lord Howden 20th Nov. 1831; pp. 154-5, to Sir James Kent 17th Dec. 1831; pp. 158-9, to the Bishop of Landaff 21st Dec. 1831; pp. 33-8, 42-9, to J. K. Lethbridge 13th to 30th July 1831; pp. 110-1, to Sir John Lubbock 15th Oct. 1831; pp. 15-7 (see Kaye, II, 563), 53-6, 91-3, 139-44, to Charles Malcolm 28th April to 7th Dec. 1831; pp. 17-9, 66-75, to Gilbert [Malcolm] 28th April and 21st Aug. 1831; pp. 156-7, 164-5, to Miss Manning 19th Dec. 1831; pp. 9-11, 12-3, to James Melville 27th and 28th March 1831; pp. 78-9, to P. Melville 29th Aug. 1831; pp. 61-6, to Sir George Murray 19th Aug. 1831; pp. 168-9, to John Murray 17th Jan. 1832; pp. 84-5, 180-3, to Charles Norris (Chief Secretary, Bombay) 12th Sept. 1831 and 22nd Jan. 1832; pp. 118-21, 150-2, to the Duchess of Northumberland 29th Nov. and 13th Dec. 1832; p. 1, to Lord Palmerston 23rd March 1831; pp. 20-9, to -- Pasley 25th March 1831; p. 45, to Sir Lionel [Smith] 22nd July 1831; pp. 30-3, 93-4, to Lord Fitzroy Somerset 18th June and 16th Sept. 1831; pp. 80-3, to Major Stuart 12th Sept. 1831; pp. 77-8, to Thomas Telford 24th Aug. 1831; pp. 148-50, to Lieut. Webb (Indian Navy) 10th Dec. 1831; pp. 105-7, 137-9, to the Duke of Wellington 14th Oct. (Printed in Kaye, II, 570) and 6th Dec. 1831; pp. 144-66, 183-7, to Thomas Williamson (Territorial Secretary, Bombay) 7th Dec. 1831 and 23rd Jan. 1832. (2) pp. 4-5, Sir John Lubbock to Malcolm 25th March 1831. (3) pp. 40-1, J. K. Lethbridge to Malcolm 16th July 1831. (4) pp. 86-8, List of presents to the Pasha of Egypt and his Officers (see Kaye, II, 558); and, pp. 88-91, Memorandum relative to Prints, &c., brought by mistake from Bombay. Both enclosed in Malcolm's Letter to Norris of 12th Sept. 1831. (5) pp. 95-8, Memorandum by Malcolm on the services of Lieut.-Col. Frederick. (6) pp. 121-33, Malcolm's Journal of a journey from Alnwick to London enclosed in his letter to the Duchess of Northumberland 29th Nov. 1831.

Papers of Sir John Malcolm  IOR/H/736  1796-1833

Contents:
(1) pp. i-vii, List of Documents as now bound; pp. ix-xi, Index to writers of letters. (2) Letters to Sir John Malcolm. pp. 199-211, from J. Adam 29th March 1809, The Persian Mission (Original); pp. 691-4, from D. Barr 10th April 1831 (Original); pp. 21-4, from Gen. Brathwaite 5th Feb. 1802 (Original); pp. 717-9, from John Briggs 7th May 1832 (Original); pp. 123-31, 147-54, 173-83, from G. Buchan 1st May to 21st Aug. 1808. The Persian Mission (Originals); pp. 729-31, from M. D. Cadell 5th Nov. 1832 (Original); pp. 679-88, from Lieut.-Col. John Carfrae 15th March 1831 (Original); pp. 49, 53-7, 71-3, from John Chamier 23rd April to 12th June 1802 (Original); pp. 317-23, 363-70, 443-6, from Lieut. Charles Christie 16th Oct. 1810 to 12th Oct. 1812 (Originals); pp. 215-7, 259-65 (Trouble with Officers at Haidarabad), 279-97 (Operations against Amir Khan near Nagpur), from Barry Close 1st April 1809 to 12th March 1810; pp. 119-22, from the Hon. A. H. Cole 23rd March 1808; pp. 333-42, 351-7, 383-95, 411-8, 425-41, 447-58, (Action between Russians and Persians), 458-68, 475-83, 495-9, 505-8, from Dr. J. Cormick 24th Sept. 1811 to 3rd Dec. 1814 (Originals), Persian affairs; pp. 695-9, from Framjee Cowasjee 31st Nov. 1812; p. 677, Note by J. Dickinson on Col. Gilbert's appointment, n.d. (Original); pp. 223-6, 235-7, from Col. J. Doveton 18th June and 13th July 1809 (Original), Madras Army Troubles; pp. 63-8, from Jonathan Duncan 11th June 1802 (Original), Operations against the Arabs; pp. 325-9, 397-403, from N. B. Edmonstone 27th Jan. and 14th Oct. 1811 (Originals); pp. 501-4, from H. Ellis 22nd Aug. 1814 (Original), Journey to Persia, Sir Harford Jones; pp. 517-39, from M. Elphinstone 23rd Dec. 1814 (Original), Gurkha and Pindari campaigns; pp. 163-8, from W. Erskine 15th July 1808 (Original), Sir Harford Jones; pp. 343-9, from Lieut. E. Frederick 19th March 1811 (Original), Kurdistan; p. 315, Enclosure in missing letter from -- Grant, n.d.; pp. 565-6, from R. B. Gregory 17th Dec. 1805 (Original); pp. 485-94, from William Ingledew 29th March 1814 (Original); pp. 1-14, from George Johnstone 12th Aug. and 26th Oct. 1796 (Original); pp. 87-8, from Lord Lake 13th July 1802 (Original); pp. 25-37, from J. Leith 3rd March 1802 (Original); pp. 711-6, 721-4, from J. Little 4th April and 19th May 1832 (Original); pp. 359-61, from J. Lumsden 13th May 1811 (Original); pp. 469-74, from J. Macdonald 9th and 23rd March 1813 (Original), Stay in Sweden, Bernadotte; pp. 135-46, 267-76, from Sir James Mackintosh 17th April 1808 and September to October 1809 (Original), Madras Army Troubles; pp. 227-33, from Col. W. Macleod 10th July 1809 (Original), Madras Army Troubles; pp. 299-314, from James Macmurdo 9th June 1810 (Original), Experiences in Kathiawar; pp. 725-7, from G. M. MacNeill 25th May 1833 (Original); pp. 671-2, 703-9, from Charles Malcolm 17th Oct. 1830 and 31st Dec. 1831 (Original); pp. 75-8, from A. Munro 22nd June 1802 (Original); pp. 219-21, from Capt. John Noble 18th June 1809 (Original), Madras Army Troubles; pp. 371-82, 419-23, from Sir Gore Ouseley 29th May and 30th Dec. 1811 (Original), Persian Journey, &c.; pp. 93-7, from Admiral Peter Rainier 8th Aug. 1802 (Original), Superiority of Trincomalee as a Naval Station; pp. 239-43, from Hugh Scott 19th July 1809 (Original), Madras Army Troubles; pp. 17-8, 89-90, from W. Scott 4th Aug. 1801 and 29th July 1802 (Originals); pp. 405-9, from J. Stewart 27th Nov. 1810; pp. 673-6, from A. Stock 23rd Jan. 1831 (Original); pp. 189-97, from R. Strachey 26th March 1809 (Original), Mission to Shah Shuja at Peshawar; pp. 247-57, from Col. A. W. Taylor 27th July 1809 (Original), Madras Army Troubles; pp. 79-84, from J. P. Wade 4th July 1802 (Original), Geographical Account of Assam; pp. 509-16, from J. (or F.) Warden 11th Dec. 1814, Governor Sir Evan Nepean; pp. 43-8, 50-1, 59-61, 99-105 (Notes on Madras), 106-15, 155-62, 169-72, 185-7, from M. Wilks 23rd April 1802 to 25th Oct. 1808 (Original); pp. 545-64, from J. Young 25th Feb. 1815. (3) pp. 39-40, Malcolm to M. Wilks 5th April 1802. (4) pp. 541-3, Unsigned letter to the Earl of Buckinghamshire 21st Jan. 1815. (5) P. Abbott (British Consul at Beyrout). pp. 657-8, to John Bedwell of the Foreign Office, Downing Street, 9th June 1830; pp. 659-69, to Lord Aberdeen (one of H.M.'s Principal Secretaries of State) 8th May 1830, Report on Trade, Communications, &c., in the country between Beyrout and the Persian Gulf. (6) pp. 733-4, Writs to Stephen Langrish and J. Morgan in an action regarding property at Portsmouth. (7) pp. 735-972, "Notes [by Malcolm] of what passed regarding the arrest or summons and taking away of Moro Ragonath a Minor Chief of the -- class of the privileged orders in the Deccan." This affair was the immediate cause of the quarrel between the Government of Bombay (under Sir John Malcolm) and Sir John Grant, the Chief Justice, in 1828 (see Kaye, II, 507 et seq.), including correspondence of Sir John Malcolm and John Bax (Secretary in the Political Department), Sir Thomas Bradford (Acting Resident), J. W. Brown (? Solicitor), James Dewar (Acting Advocate-General), John Andrew Dunlop (Agent for Sirdars at Poona), A. C. Ferrier (Prothonotary), Thomas Jefferies (Solicitor), J. P. Le Geyt, F. Leggatt (Deputy Sheriff), Richard Mills (Acting Collector and Magistrate), E. C. Morgan, William Newnham (Chief Secretary), John Warden (Deputy Agent) and Sir Edward West.

Papers of Sir John Malcolm  IOR/H/737  1799-1812

Contents:
(1) pp. iii-vii, List of Documents. (2) Sir John Malcolm. pp. 19-63, 71-9, 85-100, 105-218, 225-9, to Sir G. H. Barlow (Governor-General) 16th Jan. 1801 to 5th Oct. 1808 (Originals); pp. 13-7, to Henry Wellesley 5th Aug. 1801 (Original); pp. 219-22, 233-45, 251-3, to G. Buchan (Secretary, Bengal) 23rd Oct. 1808 to 9th Jan. 1809 (Originals); pp. 255-386, to Lord Minto (Governor-General) 8th Jan. 1809 and 6th Oct. 1810, His mission to Persia; pp. 547-80, to N. B. Edmonstone 12th Aug. 1807, Proposed attack on the Turkish Empire by a force from India; pp. 581-631, Rough Memoir on political intercourse between France and Persia 1805-07. (3) pp. 65-7, Rev. C. Buchanan to Marquis Wellesley 26th Sept. 1801 (Original), His appointment as Chaplain to the Presidency. (4) p. 81, N. B. Edmonstone (Secretary, Bengal) to G. H. Barlow 17th Oct. 1801 (Original). (5) pp. 101-4, W. Fairlie to Capt. John Malcolm 6th Nov. 1806 (Original), Manufacture of Indigo. (6) Sir Gore Ouseley (Ambassador to Persia). pp. 387-9, to William Ouseley 15th July 1812, To examine the Persian shore of the Caspian for suitable sites for docks in which to build a flotilla of war vessels; pp. 391-444, to the Marquis Wellesley 15th March, the Chairs of the East India Company 21st March and to Sir G. H. Barlow 26th March 1812 on his Persian Treaty. (7) pp. 445-53, Rough draft of an account of Fateh Ali Khan, Fateh Ali Shah, &c. (8) pp. 483-506, Sir Harford Jones (Ambassador to Persia) to G. C. Osborne (Private Secretary to Governor of Bombay) 1st Dec. 1799, Report on the Persian Gulf pirates, History and religion of the Wahabis, Turkish Copper, French Trade. (9) pp. 455-80, P. S. Maister (Custom Master, Bombay) and H. Fawcett to Governor J. Duncan 3rd Dec. 1799, Report on Trade between Bombay and Persia. (10) Charles Pasley (Political Agent, Abushahr). pp. 507-44, "Sketch of the History of Georgia during the last ten years to elucidate the rise and progress of the Russian connection with that country" (about 5,600 words); pp. 545-6, to Samuel Manesty (Resident at Bushire) 1st Feb. 1805, with the Sketch of Georgia; pp. 749-94, 801-71, to N. B. Edmonstone 17th Jan. to 8th Feb. 1810; pp. 795-9, 877-962, to Sir John Malcolm 22nd Jan. to 7th April 1810, with his correspondence with Sir Harford Jones. (11) pp. 635-43, Letter to the Governor-General from -- 7th May 1808, Information regarding the Persian Royal Family, with genealogical Tables. (12) Capt. Monier Williams (Surveyor-General). pp. 645-53, to Malcolm 13th April 1808 and, pp. 657-64, to G. C. Osborne 14th Dec. 1808, Geographical information relative to the countries between Persia and India; pp. 677-716, Report on the Western frontiers of Gujarat. (13) pp. 717-46, Account of a visit to the ruins of Babylon. See W. B. Selby, Memoir of the Ruins of Babylon, 1859 (Selections from Bombay Records, No. 51). (14) p. 965, Statement of the superficial area of the various Provinces of Persia.

Political Correspondence  IOR/H/738  1796-1837

Contents:
(1) Sir John Malcolm. pp. 1-15, Capture by the British and Description of the Cape of Good Hope; Letters, pp. 23-5, to Marquis Cornwallis 1st Sept. 1805; pp. 27-34, to Sir G. H. Barlow 10th Oct. 1805 (Original); pp. 35-48, 93-9, 113-27, 135-6, 179-83, to John Adam (Secretary Bengal) 27th Oct. 1805 to 6th Sept. 1820 (Originals); pp. 49-52, 61-8, 79-92, 101-12, 137-43, 151-61, 171-8, 187-205, 1089-96, to C. T. Metcalfe (Secretary in the Secret and Political Department) 7th March to 24th Feb. 1823 (Originals); pp. 53-9, to S. Davis 18th Aug. 1809; pp. 71-7, to Mr. Wood 29th Aug. 1809; pp. 129-32, to Capt. James Tod 9th April 1820. (2) p. 17, W. Huskisson to Lieut.-Gen. Alured Clarke 11th Jan. 1797 (Original), with, pp. 19-21, Report by the Law Officers William Scott, John Scott and John Mitford to Henry Dundas 31st Dec. 1796 on the division of the Booty taken in the capture of the Cape of Good Hope. (3) Marquis Hastings (Governor-General). pp. 133-5, 909-19, to Malcolm 19th June 1820; pp. 841-51, 869-90, 897-901, 925-99, 1007-9, 1017-63, to C. T. Metcalfe 2nd Feb. 1819 to 24th Aug. 1821 (Originals); p. 893, to W. B. Bayley 28th April 1819 (Original); pp. 905-8, to Capt. Stewart (Acting Resident, Gwalior) 6th May 1819 (Original); pp. 921-3, to G. Dowdeswell (Member of Council) 24th May 1819 (Original); pp. 1011-2, to C. Lushington (Secretary, Public Department) 10th July 1820 (Original); p. 1015, to Lieut.-Col. Doyle 18th July 1820. (4) pp. 147-8, Robert Gibbings to Malcolm 2nd July 1820. (5) pp. 163-7, Capt. J. Briggs to Malcolm 15th Aug. 1820. (6) pp. 207-8, "Creed of the Wahabees by their Prophet Abdul Wahab, translated by Cazee Shaabudeen." (See H/737 (8). (7) pp. 213-7, Sir G. H. Barlow (Governor-General) to Malcolm 6th Oct. 1805. (8) pp. 223-9, A. Seton (Resident at Delhi) to C. T. Metcalfe 4th Dec. 1808 and 19th Feb. 1809 (Originals). (9) Capt. John Low (Resident at Lucknow). pp. 231-333, 347-66, to C. T. Metcalfe 25th May 1809 to 25th April 1835; pp. 335-43, to the Governor-General 7th Sept. 1832. (10) pp. 367-86, W. H. Macnaghten (Secretary, Bengal) to Lieut.-Col. Low 7th Aug. 1837. (11) pp. 389-404, Thomas Metcalfe to C. T. Metcalfe 4th Nov. 1812 to 20th Dec. 1826. (12) pp. 415-6, F. Warden (Secretary, Bombay) to Richard Jenkins 10th March 1813. (13) pp. 416-632, Richard Jenkins (Resident at Nagpur) to C. T. Metcalfe 19th March 1813 to 16th Oct. 1834 (Originals). (14) Sir David Ochterlony. pp. 633-84, 713-6, 725-819, 827-39, to C. T. Metcalfe 10th Jan. 1814 to -- 1830; pp. 709-11, 823-6, to Capt. James Tod 18th April 1819 and 8th April [? 1830]. (15) pp. 685-708, Capt. James Tod (Political Agent, Rajput States) to Sir David Ochterlony 12th April 1819 (Original). (16) pp. 717-9, W. Fraser (Assistant to Resident at Delhi) to Sir David Ochterlony 7th Nov. 1819 (Original). (17) p. 853, Concurrence of Members of Council (G. Dowdeswell, James Stuart and J. Adam) in the Governor-General's Letter to Sir Evan Nepean (Governor of Bombay) n.d. (Original). (18) pp. 859-60, Note by J. Stuart 26th Feb. 1819 (Original) on the letter to the Dutch Commissioners; pp. 861-4, Proposed letter to the Dutch Commissioners relative to the conduct of Sir Stamford Raffles. (19) pp. 865-6, James Stuart (Member of Council) to C. T. Metcalfe 23rd March 1819 (Original). (20) pp. 1003-5, William Young to -- 30th June 1819. (21) pp. 1065-73, Gen. Hay Macdowall (Commander-in-Chief, Madras) to Sir G. H. Barlow (Governor of Madras) 29th May [1808] with Memorandum relative to the Governor's interference with his Powers. (22) pp. 1077-8, -- to C. T. Metcalfe, n.d. (23) pp. 1079-80, J. T. Thompson to D. Ludlow 29th May 1819. (24) pp. 1081-4. A. H. Cole to C. T. Metcalfe 19th Sept. --. (25) pp. 1085-8, G. Birch to C. T. Metcalfe 30th Dec. 1819. (26) pp. 1099-1106, J. Stewart (Resident at Gwalior) to A. Sterling (Secretary, Bengal) 20th March 1827. (27) pp. 1107-8, -- Ranken to Sir David Ochterlony, n.d. (28) p. 1111, J. D. Stokes to C. T. Metcalfe, n.d. (29) pp. 1119-70, Lord Amherst (Governor-General) to C. T. Metcalfe 2nd April 1824 to 26th April 1831 (Originals). (30) pp. 1173-89, G. Swinton (Secretary and Member of Council) to C. T. Metcalfe 16th April 1825 (Original), Offer of the Residency at Delhi (Printed in Kaye's Life of Metcalfe, II, 130). (31) pp. 1191-230, Papers connected with the Monument to Sir David Ochterlony.

Papers of Henry Verelst, Governor of Fort William Bengal.  IOR/H/739  1759-1785

Contents:
(1) pp. 1-110, Transcripts from letters in the possession of Capt. Bryan Cooper, a descendant of Henry Verelst, made 10th July 1908. (2) pp. i-iv, Brief abstract of Contents. (3) p. 1, Specimen of Nawab Mahomed Reza Cawn's handwriting in English. (4) Robert Clive (Governor of Bengal). pp. 2-4, 8-10, 13-6, 18A-40, 45-57, 59-64, 66-94, 103-10, to Harry Verelst 27th Sept. 1759 to 9th March 1768 on Bengal matters and especially the Officers' Mutiny; pp. 11-2, to J. Graham 26th Dec. 1765 and 26th May 1766; p. 95, Note on the wording of the Covenant against receipt of Presents; p. 96, Note on repayment of money by M. Chevalier; pp. 97-100, to the Court of Directors 14th Jan. 1768, Vansittart's present for making the Monghyr Treaty. (5) pp. 5-8, J. Graham to Clive and Select Committee 24th Dec. 1765, Protest against fancied supersession. (6) pp. 17-8, Harry Verelst to Clive 13th Jan. 1766, Likelihood of dissatisfaction at the importation of Councillors from Madras. (7) pp. 41-4, Letters to Clive from Sir Robert Barker 29th April and 1st May 1766 and, p. 58, from Sir Robert Fletcher 10th May 1766, relative to the Mutiny of the Bengal Officers. (8) pp. 101-2, E. Needham to Mrs. Verelst 28th Sept. 1785, Her husband's illness.

Donations made by the Court of Directors  IOR/H/740  1823-1859

Contents:
(1) pp. i-lxxxix, Index. (2) pp. 1-165, List of Donations made by the Court of Directors between 6th March 1823 and 6th Oct. 1859. Many of these would now be included under Military Pensions and Allowances for Wounds, &c. Others are for Special Service as Survey Work. Others again are subscriptions to Public Charities like Hospitals or to national memorials such as those to the Duke of Wellington and Lord Nelson.

Political Papers  IOR/H/741  1786-1811

Contents:
(1) pp. i, 115, Abstracts of Contents. (2) pp. 1-112, Jonathan Duncan (Resident at Benares and later Governor of Bombay) to Col. (afterwards Gen.) Alexander Ross (at one time A.D.C. to Lord Cornwallis and father of Charles Ross, who, in 1859, edited Lord Cornwallis' Correspondence) 15th Aug. 1793 to 3rd April 1811 (Originals), Benares affairs, Affairs in Malabar, Calicut, Cochin and Cotiote, Troubles at Bombay, Death of Lord Cornwallis, Expeditions against Isle de France and Java, Capture of Mauritius. (3) pp. 91-3, Cutting from the Bombay Courier 9th Nov. 1805, Extract from the Calcutta Gazette of 12th Oct. 1805, Funeral notice of Lord Cornwallis. (4) p. 133, Extract from Memoirs of the Life of the Right Hon. James Mackintosh, 2nd ed. 1836; pp. 119-20, Death of Jonathan Duncan. (5) pp. 117-99, 223, Letters from Major-Gen. Claud Martin at Lucknow to Col. (later Gen.) Alexander Ross, -- 1786 to 1st Dec. 1796 (Originals), Affairs in Oudh, Sindia, Rohilla War. (6) pp. 201-21, Correspondence between Claud Martin, Sir Robert Abercromby (Commander-in-Chief), Sir John Shore, Capt. J. Achmuty and W. Scott 19th Sept. 1794 to 20th Jan. 1795, Martin's services in the Rohilla and Mysore Wars.

Papers concerning William Palmer & Co. of Hyderabad  IOR/H/742-759  1811-1836

18 volumes

Papers Concerning William Palmer & Co.  IOR/H/742  1814-1836

Contents:
Papers connected with the firm of Messrs. William Palmer & Co., a European Commercial Firm at Haidarabad, which had made loans to the State at a higher rate than the 12 per cent which by Act 13 of Geo. III, Cap. 63, section 30, was the legal rate to be demanded by British Subjects in the East Indies.

Papers Concerning William Palmer & Co.  IOR/H/743  1814-1836

Contents:
Papers connected with the firm of Messrs. William Palmer & Co., a European Commercial Firm at Haidarabad, which had made loans to the State at a higher rate than the 12 per cent which by Act 13 of Geo. III, Cap. 63, section 30, was the legal rate to be demanded by British Subjects in the East Indies.

Papers Concerning William Palmer & Co.  IOR/H/744  1814-1836

Contents:
Papers connected with the firm of Messrs. William Palmer & Co., a European Commercial Firm at Haidarabad, which had made loans to the State at a higher rate than the 12 per cent which by Act 13 of Geo. III, Cap. 63, section 30, was the legal rate to be demanded by British Subjects in the East Indies.

Papers Concerning William Palmer & Co.  IOR/H/745  1814-1836

Contents:
Papers connected with the firm of Messrs. William Palmer & Co., a European Commercial Firm at Haidarabad, which had made loans to the State at a higher rate than the 12 per cent which by Act 13 of Geo. III, Cap. 63, section 30, was the legal rate to be demanded by British Subjects in the East Indies.

Papers Concerning William Palmer & Co.  IOR/H/746  1814-1836

Contents:
Papers connected with the firm of Messrs. William Palmer & Co., a European Commercial Firm at Haidarabad, which had made loans to the State at a higher rate than the 12 per cent which by Act 13 of Geo. III, Cap. 63, section 30, was the legal rate to be demanded by British Subjects in the East Indies.

Papers Concerning William Palmer & Co.  IOR/H/747  1814-1836

Contents:
Papers connected with the firm of Messrs. William Palmer & Co., a European Commercial Firm at Haidarabad, which had made loans to the State at a higher rate than the 12 per cent which by Act 13 of Geo. III, Cap. 63, section 30, was the legal rate to be demanded by British Subjects in the East Indies.

Papers Concerning William Palmer & Co.  IOR/H/748  1814-1836

Contents:
Papers connected with the firm of Messrs. William Palmer & Co., a European Commercial Firm at Haidarabad, which had made loans to the State at a higher rate than the 12 per cent which by Act 13 of Geo. III, Cap. 63, section 30, was the legal rate to be demanded by British Subjects in the East Indies.

Papers Concerning William Palmer & Co.  IOR/H/749  1814-1836

Contents:
Papers connected with the firm of Messrs. William Palmer & Co., a European Commercial Firm at Haidarabad, which had made loans to the State at a higher rate than the 12 per cent which by Act 13 of Geo. III, Cap. 63, section 30, was the legal rate to be demanded by British Subjects in the East Indies.

Papers Concerning William Palmer & Co.  IOR/H/750  1814-1836

Contents:
Papers connected with the firm of Messrs. William Palmer & Co., a European Commercial Firm at Haidarabad, which had made loans to the State at a higher rate than the 12 per cent which by Act 13 of Geo. III, Cap. 63, section 30, was the legal rate to be demanded by British Subjects in the East Indies.

Papers Concerning William Palmer & Co.  IOR/H/751  1814-1836

Contents:
Papers connected with the firm of Messrs. William Palmer & Co., a European Commercial Firm at Haidarabad, which had made loans to the State at a higher rate than the 12 per cent which by Act 13 of Geo. III, Cap. 63, section 30, was the legal rate to be demanded by British Subjects in the East Indies.

Papers Concerning William Palmer & Co.  IOR/H/752  1814-1836

Contents:
Papers connected with the firm of Messrs. William Palmer & Co., a European Commercial Firm at Haidarabad, which had made loans to the State at a higher rate than the 12 per cent which by Act 13 of Geo. III, Cap. 63, section 30, was the legal rate to be demanded by British Subjects in the East Indies.

Papers Concerning William Palmer & Co.  IOR/H/753  1814-1836

Contents:
Papers connected with the firm of Messrs. William Palmer & Co., a European Commercial Firm at Haidarabad, which had made loans to the State at a higher rate than the 12 per cent which by Act 13 of Geo. III, Cap. 63, section 30, was the legal rate to be demanded by British Subjects in the East Indies.

Papers Concerning William Palmer & Co.  IOR/H/754  1814-1836

Contents:
Papers connected with the firm of Messrs. William Palmer & Co., a European Commercial Firm at Haidarabad, which had made loans to the State at a higher rate than the 12 per cent which by Act 13 of Geo. III, Cap. 63, section 30, was the legal rate to be demanded by British Subjects in the East Indies.

Papers Concerning William Palmer & Co.  IOR/H/755  1814-1836

Contents:
Papers connected with the firm of Messrs. William Palmer & Co., a European Commercial Firm at Haidarabad, which had made loans to the State at a higher rate than the 12 per cent which by Act 13 of Geo. III, Cap. 63, section 30, was the legal rate to be demanded by British Subjects in the East Indies.

Papers Concerning William Palmer & Co.  IOR/H/756  1814-1836

Contents:
Papers connected with the firm of Messrs. William Palmer & Co., a European Commercial Firm at Haidarabad, which had made loans to the State at a higher rate than the 12 per cent which by Act 13 of Geo. III, Cap. 63, section 30, was the legal rate to be demanded by British Subjects in the East Indies.

Papers Concerning William Palmer & Co.  IOR/H/757  1814-1836

Contents:
Papers connected with the firm of Messrs. William Palmer & Co., a European Commercial Firm at Haidarabad, which had made loans to the State at a higher rate than the 12 per cent which by Act 13 of Geo. III, Cap. 63, section 30, was the legal rate to be demanded by British Subjects in the East Indies.

Papers Concerning William Palmer & Co.  IOR/H/758  1811-1825

Contents:
(1) pp. 1-80, "The Memorial of William Palmer of Hyderabad in the territories of his Highness the Nizam in the East Indies on behalf of himself and his Partners, Presented at Calcutta on 12th May 1824 to the Right Hon. Lord Amherst, Governor-General, &c.," with an Appendix of Correspondence 30th March 1814 to 6th April 1824 (Printed). (2) pp. 81-128, "A Letter to the Court of Directors of the East India Company on the subject of the Papers relative to the Affairs of Hyderabad during the Government of the Marquess of Hastings, printed in conformity to a Resolution of the Proprietors of East India Stock. By Henry Russell, Esq., late Resident at Hyderabad," 1824, with Extracts from Reports, &c. from Henry Russell dated 10th July 1811, 30th June 1815, 30th March 1816 and 24th Nov. 1819 (Printed). (3) pp. 129-255, "A letter to the Court of Directors of the East India Company on the subject of the pecuniary transactions of Messrs. William Palmer & Co. with the Government of His Highness the Nizam. By Sir William Rumbold, Bart," 1st Feb. 1825 (Printed). (4) pp. 257-475, "Report on the Memorials and Letters of Sir William Rumbold, Bart, and others respecting the alleged claims of Messrs. William Palmer & Co. on the Government of His Highness the Nizam and on Individuals at Hyderabad," n.d., Apparently made for the Committee of Correspondence. (5) pp. 477-719, "Debates at the East India House at several General Courts of Proprietors of East India Stock, held on 11th, 18th and 25th Feb. and 1st and 3rd March 1825 to take into consideration Papers relative to certain pecuniary transactions of Messrs. William Palmer & Co. of Hyderabad with the Government of the Nizam, as far as they respect the conduct of the Most Noble the Marquess of Hastings, late Governor-General of India" (Printed). (6) pp. 721-932, "Remarks on the volume of Hyderabad [sic] Papers printed for the use of the East India Proprietors. By the Hon. Douglas Kinnaird," 1825 (Printed). (7) pp. 933-86, "Remarks on the Political Relations of the British Government with Hyderabad and other Allied States in India. By a Proprietor of East India Stock," 1825 (Printed). (8) pp. 987-1049, "A Sketch of the Proceedings connected with certain pecuniary transactions of Messrs. Palmer & Co. with the Government of His Highness the Nizam, 1825" (Printed). (9) pp. 1051-164, "A short examination of the Hyderabad Papers as far as they relate to the House of William Palmer & Co. in a letter addressed to the Proprietors of East India Stock. By an Enemy to Oppression," 1825 (Printed).

Papers Concerning William Palmer & Co.  IOR/H/759  1832

Contents:
(1) pp. i-xviii, 1-367, "Proceedings connected with the Writ of Mandamus issued by his Majesty's Court of King's Bench against the Court of Directors of the East India Company for the transmission to India of the Bengal Political Draft No. 167 of the Season 1832 on the subject of the Affairs of Messrs. William Palmer & Co." (Printed). On pp. 349-67 is a "List of the Manuscript Papers in fourteen volumes laid on the Table of the Court of Proprietors." These fourteen volumes correspond with H/742 to 755.

Correspondence between the Government of India and the Board of Administration for the affairs of the Punjab  IOR/H/760-761  1848-1853

2 volumes

Correspondence between the Government of India and the Board of Administration for the affairs of the Punjab (Lieut.-Col. Sir H. M. Lawrence, President, C. G. Mansel and J. Lawrence, Members)  IOR/H/760  1848-1852

Contents:
(1) pp. i-xi, Index to H/760 and 761. (2) pp. 1-31, Papers relating to the Board and its Officers 31st March 1849 --16th April 1851, including, pp. 1-21, letter from H. M. Elliott (Secretary with the Governor-General) constituting the Board 31st March 1849. (3) pp. 33-62, Papers relating to Finance 4th Nov. 1850 to 31st May 1852. (4) pp. 63-109, Papers relative to the Currency of the Punjab 31st Jan. to 11th Nov. 1850, including, pp. 68-75, Assay Report by W. Greenway (Bullion Depôt and Assay Master) 4th Sept. 1849; pp. 87-96, Memorandum on the withdrawal of old Coins by P. Melvill (Secretary to the Board); pp. 97-105, Note by J. A. Dorin (Secretary) -- Oct. 1850. (5) pp. 111-205, Papers relating to Civil and Criminal Justice 11th June 1849 to 12th Feb. 1851, including, pp. 131-92, Brief account of the Judicial Administration of the Lahore Division by R. Montgomery (Commissioner of the Lahore Division) 10th July 1850, with Notes on the classes of men who chiefly commit crime in the Lahore Division and Memorandum on the Land Tenure in the Lahore Division. (6) pp. 207-18, Papers relating to Cis Sutlej Civil and Criminal Justice 9th and 23rd May 1849. (7) pp. 219-355, Papers relating to the Development of the resources of the Punjab 30th May 1849 to 19th Oct. 1852, including, pp. 225-33, Report on the Husli Canal by Major R. Napier (Durbar Chief Engineer) 30th Feb. 1848, with Sketch; pp. 253-6, Report on the Khanwah Canal by Lieut. C. J. Stewart (Engineer) 6th Sept. 1849, with Sketch; pp. 260-80, Report on Capt. Cunningham's Scheme for the distribution of the water of the Guggur and Sursoota Streams by Lieut. D. Briggs (Superintendent, Hindustan and Thibet Road) 1st Feb. 1852; pp. 301-3, Memorandum on the Baree Doab by Lieut-Col. R. Napier (Civil Engineer, Punjab), n.d.; pp. 308-55, Report on the Inundation Canals by Lieut.-Col. R. Napier 11th Sept. 1852. (8) pp. 359-420, Papers relating to Education 20th Nov. 1850 to 16th April 1852, including, pp. 364-89, Letter from R. Montgomery to P. Melvill 8th Nov. 1850 on the state and requirements of Education in the Lahore Division, and, pp. 390-4, Minute by Lord Dalhousie 26th Dec. 1850. (9) pp. 421-512, Papers relative to the Lahore, Leia, Peshawur, Mooltan, Jhelum and Cis-Sutlej Establishments 9th Aug. 1849 to 20th July 1850. (10) pp. 513-637, Papers relative to Excise and Customs 2nd June 1849 to 19th June 1851, including, pp. 513-33, Brief Sketch of their former and present state by J. Christian (Secretary to the Board) 2nd June 1849; pp. 577-87, Minute to Lord Dalhousie 19th Dec. 1849 on Excise in Salt; pp. 588-90, Minute by Lord Dalhousie 14th Sept. 1850 on Huzara Salt; pp. 592-605. Report on the Salt Mines by H. A. Carne (Collector of Salt Revenue in the Punjab) 17th Jan. 1851; pp. 627-37, Rules for the Realization and Protection of the Revenue derived from the Salt Mines in the Scind Sagur Doab and at Kalabagh.

Correspondence between the Government of India and the Board of Administration for the affairs of the Punjab (Lieut.-Col. Sir H. M. Lawrence, President, C. G. Mansel and J. Lawrence, Members)  IOR/H/761  1849-1853

Contents:
(1) pp. 639-71, Papers relative to Fruit and Forest Trees 28th July 1851 to 23rd July 1852, including, pp. 639-57, letter from Sir Henry Elliott (Secretary with the Governor-General) to the Board 28th Feb. 1851 and Letter from P. Melvill to Elliott 17th Jan. 1852 regarding the supply of Fruit and Forest Trees to the Punjab. (2) pp. 673-706. Papers relative to Hill Forests 27th July 1851 to 11th April 1852, including, pp. 678-85, Letter from Major H. E. Longden (Ravee Timber Merchant) to Lieut.-Col. Napier 25th Sept. 1851 on Chumba Hill Timber; pp. 685-95, Minutes by Lord Dalhousie 2nd and 20th Feb. 1852; pp. 695-706, Letter from W. Jameson (Superintendent, Botanical Gardens, N.W.P.) to C. Allen (Secretary to Government of India) 11th April 1852 on the Conservancy of the Hill Forests. (3) pp. 707-25, Papers relative to Gardens 21st April to 29th Oct. 1849, Soldiers' Gardens, Agri-Horticultural Society. (4) pp. 727-62, Papers relative to the Geology of the Punjab, 20th Jan. to 16th Sept. 1851, including, pp. 727-47, Report by William Purdon (in charge of the Geological Survey of the Punjab) on the country from the North-East of Jhelum to Noorpoor 20th Jan. 1851, Rock Salt and Gypsum, Coal; pp. 748-54, Report by Dr. A. Fleming (in charge of Punjab Geological Survey) on the Punjab Salt Range 30th April 1851; pp. 756-61, Report by Dr. Fleming on Kalabagh Coal 25th Aug. 1851. (5) pp. 763-4, Capt. D. Ross (Commissioner and Superintendent, Leia Division) to P. Melvill 22nd July 1850, Gold in the sand of the Indus. (6) pp. 767-848, Papers relative to Grass Preserves 17th July 1850 to 18th April 1851, including, pp. 785, 836, Report on the Grass Preserves in the Punjab by Edward Prinsep (Assistant Commissioner in charge of Grass Preserves) 17th April 1850. (7) pp. 851-77, Papers relative to Jails 21st Jan. 1851 to 17th Feb. 1853. (8) pp. 879-86, Papers relative to Jhelum Inundations 19th to 31st Aug. 1849. (9) pp. 887-917, Papers relative to Ancient and other Monuments of the Punjab 17th April 1851 to 27th Aug. 1852, including, pp. 909-13, Capt. W. H. Larkins' (Deputy Commissioner) description of a Marble Tomb at Thaneswar 25th Nov. 1852. (10) pp. 917-1010, Papers relative to Police 30th April 1849 to 20th Jan. 1852, Military, Civil and Preventive, including, pp. 962-84, Report by Major Neville Chamberlain (Commandant of the Punjab Police) 6th March 1851 on the management and working of the Military Police. (11) pp. 1011-68, Papers relative to the Punjab Irregular Force 17th April 1849 to 15th Feb. 1851, including, pp. 1049-52, Memorandum by Brig. J. S. Hodgson (Commanding Punjab Irregular Force) 6th Dec. 1850, and, pp. 1059-68, Final Orders by the Governor-General 15th Dec. 1851. (12) pp. 1071-8, Papers relative to Putteedaree Estates 31st Dec. 1850 and 7th Feb. 1851. (13) pp. 1079-1116, Papers relative to Revenue Settlements and Surveys 14th Aug. 1849 to 31st March 1851, including Minutes by C. G. Mansel (Senior Member of the Board 29th June 1850) and J. Lawrence (Junior Member) 30th July 1850. (14) pp. 1117-49, Papers relative to Village Boundaries 17th May 1849 to 15th Aug. 1850, including Sketch of Estate Tenure by G. J. Christian (Secretary to the Board) 17th May 1849. (15) pp. 1151-82, Papers relative to Sanatoria 23rd Nov. 1850 to 13th Feb. 1852, including, pp. 1163-9, Report of a Committee (Lieut.-Col. R. Napier, R. Montgomery, Commissioner, Lahore Division; Major H. E. Longden, Executive Officer, Husli Canal; R. H. Davis, Settlement Officer, Baree Doab; and J. White, M. D., Assistant Surgeon, 13th Irreg. Cavalry) for choosing the site for a Sanatorium. (See (22) below.) (16) pp. 1183-209, Papers on Statistics. Memorandum by Lieut. H. B. Lumsden (Officiating Deputy Commissioner) on the Peshawar District 26th June 1850, and Report by Lieut. J. W. Younghusband (Captain of Police) on the South-West Frontier of the Derajat. (17) pp. 1211-8, Statistics of Rum Manufacture, n.d. (18) pp. 1222-40, Papers relative to Tea Cultivation 8th Sept. and 14th Oct. 1852, including Letter from William Jameson (Superintendent, Botanical Gardens, N.W.P.) 12th June 1852, Tea Nurseries in the Kangra Valley. (19) pp. 1241-4, Punjab Civil List, n.d. (20) pp. 1247-8, Memorandum of the different denominations of Jaghires and Grants in land or money to various classes in the Punjab since the date of annexation. (21) pp. 1251-60, H. B. E. Frere (Commissioner in Sind) to Viscount Falkland (Governor, Bombay) 28th Nov. 1851, Report on Sind Salt Trade. (22) pp. 1263-72, Final Report by W. G. W. Clemenger on the climate, &c., of the proposed Sanatorium in the Chumba Hills 13th Oct. 1852. (See (15) above.)

Memoranda relative to Malwa Opium  IOR/H/762  1821-1824

p. 1-151.

Contents:
Including pp. 7-14, a Memorandum on Malwa Opium and Bombay Exchange, Loss due to the rise to par of the Bombay Rupee from 108 Bombay Rupees to 100 Calcutta Rupees. [None of the papers in this volume are signed.]

Plans and elevations of East India Company Properties.  IOR/H/763  1804-1806

Contents:
Plans and Elevations of the East India House and of the several Warehouses and Buildings belonging to the Honourable the East India Company made out pursuant to an Order of the Committee of Warehouses on 18th June 1799," preceded by a "General Plan of part of the City of London shewing in what Situation the Buildings are erected." The plans, &c. are dated from 1804 to 1806, but no draughtsman's name is given.

Lists of East India Company and India Office Officials and employees; statistics on Military and Civil personnel; Memorandum on Bengal European Regiment.  IOR/H/764  1600-1884

Contents:
(1) Chronological Lists. pp. 1 to 5, of Governors of the Bengal Presidency 17th Jan. 1720 to 13th March 1828; p. 7, of Governor-Generals 4th July 1828 to 29th Feb. 1856; pp. 9-25, of Members of the Bengal and Governor-General's Councils 1706 to 1819; pp. 27-9, of Commanders-in-Chief in Bengal and India 1777-1813; pp. 31-7, of Chief Justices of the Supreme Court and Puisne Judges in Bengal 1774 to 1855. (2) Appointment of Civilians 1826 to 1855. pp. 41-95, in Bengal; pp. 97-135, in Madras; pp. 137-55, in Bombay. (3) pp. 123-5, J. F. Hamilton to Charles Prinsep 11th Nov. 1884 (Original), Correction to his List of Civilians. (4) pp. 157-69, Chronological List of Directors of the East India Company 1600-43. (5) pp. 171-205, 215-301, Alphabetical Lists of Directors. (6) pp. 207-9, Chronological List of Governors and Deputy Governors 1630 to 1708. (7) pp. 211-3, Dates and names of Chairmen of General Courts of the English Company 1702-09 and of the United Company 1709. (8) pp. 303-519, Elections of Governors, Deputy Governors and 24 Committees 30th Oct. 1600 to 29th April 1708. (9) pp. 521-5, Lists of Managers elected to negotiate between the two Companies 22nd July 1702 to 19th April 1705. (10) pp. 527-33, Joint elections by the two Companies for the management of Trade 1705 to 1708. (11) Elections. pp. 535-663, of 24 Directors for the United Company 14th April 1709 to 8th April 1772; Votes first recorded (p. 535) on 14th April 1709, Names of the two Chairs are entered for the first time on (p. 545) 9th April 1714; p. 665, of Chairman, Deputy Chairman and 24 Committees 14th April 1774; pp. 677-9, of Chairman, Deputy Chairman and six Directors, with Appointment of Writers to the three Presidencies 13th April 1775 to 11th April 1781; pp. 681-99, of Chairman, Deputy Chairman and six Directors 10th April 1782 to 7th April 1800; pp. 701-817, of Chairman, Deputy Chairman and 24 Directors 1800 to 1858. (12) p. 819, List of First Council for India after transference to the Crown in September 1858. (13) p. 821, Competitive Civil Service, Statement of the number of appointments, retirements and deaths, with present Ages, since the introduction of competition into the Civil Service of India for ten years commencing with 1856 (extracted from a Paper prepared by Mr. A. Cotterell Tupp, Bengal Civil Service, and Accountant-General, Bombay). (14) pp. 823-6, Memorandum by Lieut.-Col. W. N. Innes 3rd March 1884 on the right of the Bengal European Regiment to carry the devices of Gujarat and Condore on their colours (Original). See Innes, History of the Bengal European Regiment, 1885. (15) pp. 827-9, Note on the Actions of the "Avenging Armies" under Generals Sir William Nott and Sir George Pollock in Afghanistan in 1842, showing numbers of killed and wounded, 20th Feb. 1884. (16) pp. 831-7, Statement showing the number of troops and their families that arrived in India and departed for England during the period from 1867-68 to 1883-84 (paragraph 6 of Government of India Despatch No. 124, dated 29th June 1883); p. 839, Do. do. for the years 1873-74, 1874-75, 1875-76, 1876-77, 1877-78 separately.

Letters of Major James Rennell.  IOR/H/765  1758-1785

Contents:
(1) pp. i-v, Correspondence between Messrs. Hacker and Michelmore and Mr. S. C. Hill respecting the copying by the India Office of the letters mentioned below 11th Jan. to 29th March 1911; p. vii, List of the Letters; pp. 1-54, Abstract of the letters. (2) Copies of letters from Major James Rennell in the possession of Messrs. Hacker and Michelmore (Solicitors at Chudleigh). pp. 55-68, 70-90, 100-2, 107-54, 156-69, 172-201, 203-324, to the Rev. Gilbert Burrington 2nd July 1758 to 18th Jan. 1785, Lord Howe's expedition against St. Malo in 1758, Service in the Fleet under Capt. Haldane, Cutting out expedition at Pondicherry in 1760, Survey work on the Madras Coast (It was Rennell who gave its present name to Palk's Strait), Scurvy, Descriptions of Madras, Bombay and Calcutta, Survey of Bengal, Fights with the Fakirs or Saniyasis (see Bengal Select Committee Proceedings, 1773), Character of Clive, Virtues of the Sepoys, Marriage with Miss Thackeray, Dangers of Inoculation; p. 69, to his Mother (Mrs. Ann Elliott) 31st Dec. 1759; pp. 91-2, 103-6, to Miss Burrington 20th April 1761; pp. 93-9 to -- 31st Jan. 1761; p. 155, to Thomas Burrington 20th Aug. 1766; pp. 170-1, to Mrs. Burrington 10th March 1767. (3) p. 202, Receipt from Messrs. Walpole, Clark and Bourne to the Rev. G. Burrington.

Miscellanies collected by Thomas Wilks c.1785  IOR/H/766-772  1753-1774

7 volumes

Miscellaneous papers collected by Thomas Wilks.  IOR/H/766  1762-1774

Contents:
(1) pp. i-xxi, Index. (2) pp. 1-85, "References to the Revenue and Secret Consultations since the accession of Mr. [Warren] Hastings to the Government [of Bengal]," i.e. for the years 1772 and 1773, arranged under various headings. (3) pp. 93-132, Abstract of a Memorial from the Creditors [Richard Smith and others] of the Nawab of Arcot with Remarks. (See H/767 (2).) (4) Miscellanies respecting Bengal. pp. 133-5, Coinage; pp. 135-57, Free Trade in Bengal; pp. 157-61, Estimate of diminution of the Company's advantages in Bengal since 1768. (5) pp. 165-89, Facts relative to the dismissal in 1770 by the Bengal Government of George Williamson in consequence of his conduct in connection with the supply of Timber for Government purposes. (6) pp. 193-202, Remarks upon the Narrative of the Agents for the Nawab's donation to the Army 1765 to 1774. (7) pp. 205-83, Plan of a General Bank in Bengal and Behar 1773, Bengal Coinage 1774, Rates of Batta. (8) pp. 287-307, Opinion of Counsel (J. Skynner 29th Dec. 1772, C. Sayer 9th June 1772, E. Thurlow 6th Oct. 1772, Al. Wedderburn 29th Dec. 1772, J. Dunning 12th Feb. 1773, James Wallace 16th Dec. 1772) regarding Interest upon Arrears of Salt Duty. (9) pp. 311-469, Abstracts and Papers relative to the quarrel between Governor Du Pré and Sir Robert Fletcher (Commander-in-Chief, Madras) in 1772. Sir Robert pleaded Privilege of Parliament for refusing to obey the Governor's orders. (10) pp. 471-93, Minute by Richard Barwell on the Company's Bond Debt, with Remarks thereon 1773. (11) pp. 495-500, Proceedings of the Bengal Government relative to the arrest for debt of Kissenchand, Raja of Nuddea, by Mr. Lushington under an order of the Mayor's Court. (12) pp. 503-13, Notes on a Supplemental Memorial by Capt. Philip Affleck relative to his Agreement with the Committee of Correspondence regarding the second moiety of the Navy Donation (? 1771). (13) pp. 515-21, Disputed Salt Balances at Hugli 1771. (14) pp. 523-34, Relative powers and rank in North America of the Commander-in-Chief of the King's Troops and of the Governor of the Province, Memoir of Sir John Clavering to the Court of Directors on the disputes on this subject in Madras 7th March 1774. (15) pp. 535-8, Speculation in Cotton by Government Servants in Bengal 1768. (16) pp. 539-40, References regarding the Treaty of 1762 between the Nawab of Arcot and the Raja of Tanjore. (17) pp. 543-9, Opinion of E. Thurlow that the English Chancery had no Jurisdiction in India 20th Dec. 1763. (18) pp. 579-633, Petition to Henry Lord Apsley, Lord High Chancellor of Great Britain, by C. Sayer to grant writs against Robert Lord Clive and others, ordering the repayment of extraordinary cesses levied by them on the Inhabitants of Bengal 4th June 1773; pp. 635-6, Letter from P. Mitchell (Secretary) to Lord Clive and others above mentioned demanding repayment 6th Oct. 1774; pp. 638-41, Statements of similar wrongful levies or receipts of money. (19) pp. 643-74, Regulations in the Revenue Department at Bengal for the Management of the Revenue 1773; pp. 696-7, Statements of Savings, Civil and Military, under the new Plan.

Miscellaneous papers collected by Thomas Wilks.  IOR/H/767  1769-1772

Contents:
(1) pp. i-ii, Index. (2) pp. 1-405, Papers connected with the Case of the Nawab of Arcot's private Creditors, including, pp. 22-40, Opinions of Counsel (i.e. Mr. Forrester, Mr. Skynner and Mr. Maddocks); pp. 63-9, Gen. Richard Smith's Protest against Propositions agreed to by the Court of Directors and the Agents for the Nawab's Creditors, submitted 14th March 1771; pp. 73-104, Memorial of the Nawab's Creditors, i.e. Richard Smith, John Call, Charles Floyer, Andrew Newton, James Alexander, Richard Fairfield, Donald Campbell, Quentin Crauford, and, pp. 109-402, Letters to and from Madras 17th March 1769 to 4th April 1772. (See H/766 (3)).

Miscellaneous papers collected by Thomas Wilks.  IOR/H/768  c.1769-c.1774

Contents:
(1) p. i, Index. (2) pp. 43-101, Seven undated and unsigned private letters giving an Account, historical and descriptive, of the Northern Circars and their acquisition by the Company. (3) Account of Circar Revenues. pp. 102-12, of Mustaphanagar; pp. 112-6, of Ellore; pp. 116-31, of Rajahmundry; p. 131, Statement of Revenues and expenses of the Northern Circars. (4) Letters to Sir George Colebrooke (Chairman of the Court of Directors) from Bombay. pp. 139-76, 239-47, from Governor William Hornby 24th Dec. 1771 and 8th May 1772; pp. 179-87, from John Watson 2nd Jan. 1772; pp. 191-238, from David Wedderburn 17th March and 29th April 1772, Bombay affairs and Trade. The writers' names are given on p. 137. (5) pp. 251-66, Letters to Harry Verelst from -- 5th March and 14th Aug. 1772. (6) pp. 283-388, Letter from Madras 23rd July 1769, unsigned and without address, giving an account of the War with Hyder Ali. (7) pp. 389-431, Letter (? 1774) without date or address describing the state of Politics on the Madras Coast.

Miscellaneous papers collected by Thomas Wilks.  IOR/H/769  1764-1774

Contents:
(1) pp. i-ii, Index. (2) pp. 1-81, "Narrative of Proceedings relative to the Inland Trade of Bengal in the Articles of Salt, Beetlenut and Tobacco from May 1764 to September 1770." (3) pp. 89-123, Statement of the Company's Case against the Society of Trade; Opinions, pp. 137-43, of C. Sayer 9th June 1772; pp. 143-59, of E. Thurlow (Attorney-General) 6th Oct. 1772; pp. 160-6, of James Wallace 16th Dec. 1772; pp. 167-88, of Al. Wedderburn (Solicitor-General) 29th Dec. 1772; pp. 189-93, of J. Skynner 29th Dec. 1772; pp. 194-221, of J. Dunning 12th Feb. 1773. (4) pp. 222-7, C. Sayer's opinion and directions respecting the Mhatute Tax 10th Jan. 1773. (5) pp. 237-492, Draft of "Orders and Instructions from the Court of Directors of the United Company of Merchants of England trading to the East Indies to Warren Hastings, Esq., Lieutenant-General John Clavering, the Honourable George Monson, Richard Barwell, Esq. and Philip Francis, Esq., Governor-General and Council of the Presidency of Fort William in Bengal." The final Orders and Instructions were conveyed in the Court's Despatch of 29th March 1774. (See H/212 (2).) (6) pp. 497-559, Instructions by the Committee of Secrecy to Mr. [Samuel] Wilks [Examiner of the Indian Correspondence and Records] relative to the Revenue arising from Salt, Beetlenut and Tobacco (apparently with his replies); pp. 561-85, Examination of Mr. Wilks at the Bar of the House of Commons relative to abuses in Bengal 26th Jan. 1773.

Miscellaneous papers collected by Thomas Wilks.  IOR/H/770  1764-1774

Contents:
(1) pp. i-lxxx, Alphabetical Index of Subjects. (2) pp. 1-68, "View of the conduct of the French in Bengal since their re-establishment in that Province by the Treaty of Peace in 1763" 23rd March 1764 to 17th Aug. 1769. (3) pp. 89-174, Altercation between the Council and Select Committee of Bengal, the Committee complaining of infringement upon its powers, 1770. (4) pp. 175-86, "Of the Governor's [Bengal] Title and of the exercise of his authority as Military Commander-in-Chief." (5) pp. 189-209, "View of the alteractions which have happened between the Governor and Council of Fort St. George and Major-Gen. Eyre Coote 20th Aug. 1770 to 6th Feb. 1771. (Two copies, not exactly the same. The latter copy is not paged.) (6) pp. 213-38, Summary of Proceedings [between the Court and Crown] relative to powers vested in Sir John Lindsay 23rd Feb. to 5th Oct. 1770. (Two copies, the latter not paged.) (7) pp. 241-9, Incidental charge [of nearly 5 lakhs or £55,000] incurred in 1769 by a Deputation to Shuja-ud-daula, Nawab Wazir of Oudh. (8) pp. 265-81, Case of Major Graham, accused of disrespect to Gen. Richard Smith (Commander-in-Chief, Bengal) 1768 to 1769. (9) pp. 283-6, Purchase of Lead by Charles Lloyd 1768. (10) pp. 287-318, Of the Deficiencies of Salt Duties from 1765 to 1770. (11) pp. 327-43, "View of the Administration of Justice by the Country Government, collected from the Proceedings of the Council of Control, established in 1770 at Moorshedabad, in which the authority of Nizam [or Naib Subah] and Duan are separately and exactly defined." (12) pp. 347-66, Case of Capt. Mathias Calvert [Madras Army] Accused of "having borne Sepoys on the Rolls of his Battalion, which were never entertained or forthcoming, and for having for eight months constantly drawn the pay and batta of such Sepoys and for other abuses of a similar nature," including, p. 361, a testimonial from Gen. Joseph Smith to his military conduct. His defence of Ambur in 1767 was the first action in India from which a Sepoy Battalion (then the 14th) received a particular name and for which it was allowed to bear an appropriate device on its colours (Wilson's Madras Army, I, 249.) (13) p. 369, Proprietors' Instructions compared with those of the Directors--in reference to the Instructions issued regarding the Governor-General, Board of Trade and Exchequer. (14) pp. 375-403, "Proceedings [of the Court of Directors] relative to the establishment of Arrack and Sugar Works [in Bencoolen] as they respect the conduct of the Governor and Council, the views and expectations of the Company's Servants in general at Fort Marlborough and the late engagements of the Court with Mr. Baker and the German Protestants," 1769. (15) pp. 411-82, Printed copies of "Instructions for the Governor-General and Council of Bengal and for the Council of Commerce with directions for the institution of a Board of Exchequer drawn by the Committee of Proprietors," with declaration by Ja. Wallace, Richard Jackson, J. Skynner, J. Dunning and C. Sayer that, as amended, the Instructions are legal and consistent with the provisions of Act XIII of George III 14th Jan. 1774; pp. 485-514, Printed copies of the opinion of Council, viz. J. Glynn 27th Dec. 1773, J. Dunning 27th Dec. 1773, Archibald Macdonald 27th Dec. 1773, and C. Sayer 15th Dec. 1773 on the legality of the Instructions as prepared by the Committee appointed by the General Court of Proprietors 7th Dec. 1773 for that purpose. (16) pp. 517-33, Printed copy of Instructions from the Court of Directors to Warren Hastings, Esq., Governor-General, and Council of Bengal, with similar certificate of legality. (17) pp. 537-55, Instructions respecting powers to be exercised by Military Commanders-in-Chief of India, being para. 40 of Court's letter to Bengal of 29th March 1774. (See H/212 (2))

Miscellaneous papers collected by Thomas Wilks.  IOR/H/771  1753-1774

Contents:
(1) pp. i-xiv, List of Contents (incomplete). (2) pp. 1-437, Correspondence regarding Sulu and Balambangan 13th July 1760 to 6th Oct. 1774 between Bombay Government, the Court of Directors, A. Dalrymple, John Herbert (Chief of Balambangan) and Council, the Hon. Thomas Howe, John Hunter (of Bombay), Sir John Lindsay, Madras Government, P. Mitchell, Lord Rochford, Capt. James Swithin (Commanding the Britannia), Lord Weymouth and Robert Wood. (3) pp. 443-8, Mode of appointing Supervisors for Fort Marlborough in the year 1753; pp. 449-52, Queries to the Court as to the relations between the Supervisors and the Civil and Military Authorities in Balambangan; pp. 455-6, Statement of Supervisors' Account. (4) pp. 717-88, Extracts from Court's Letters to and from the Councils of Bencoolen, Bengal. Bombay, and Madras 11th Nov. 1768 to 10th Dec. 1773 (not in chronological order).

Miscellaneous papers collected by Thomas Wilks.  IOR/H/772  1765-1771

Contents:
(1) p. i, List of Contents for pp. 1-278; p. 281, List of Contents for pp. 281-487. (2) pp. 1-124, The First Expedition against Tanjore in 1771. (3) pp. 125-38, The Expedition against the Marawar Poligars in 1771. (4) pp. 141-80, The Second Expedition against Tanjore in 1773. (5) pp. 181-268, Extracts from the Court's Letters to the Madras Council, the Nawab of the Carnatic (Muhammad Ali) and to the Commissioners for the Nawab's Debts to the Company 24th Dec. 1765 to 10th April 1771 relative to the Nawab and the Raja of Tanjore; pp. 269-77, Queries as to the conduct of the Madras Council relative to the Nawab and Raja. (6) p. 283, Sketch of the Coast of the Bay of Bengal from Madras southwards to Cape Comorin. (7) pp. 287-361, First Letter from John Call to the Chairman on the state of affairs in the Carnatic, n.d. (? 1774); pp. 363-80, Second letter relative to the measures proper to be taken with the Nawab 29th March 1775. (See H/136 (3) (4) (8) pp. 383-404, First draft of, pp. 455-87, Court's orders of 12th April 1775 to Lord Pigot and the Madras Council respecting their conduct in relation to the Nawab of the Carnatic. (9) pp. 407-51, Court's orders for the removal of Alexander Wynch, Governor of Madras (? 1773) for mishandling the Tanjore business. (10) pp. 491-609, Papers connected with the dismissal of Col. John Wood, including, pp. 507-12, Letter from Major Thomas' Fitzgerald to Col. Joseph Smith 24th Nov. 1768 protesting against Wood's conduct, in consequence of which the Madras Council ordered an enquiry; pp. 543-56, Charges brought against Wood; pp. 573-85, Sentence pronounced by a Court Martial presided over by Col. Donald Campbell; pp. 587-609, Orders of the Court of Directors dismissing Col. Wood from their service 22nd March 1771.

Transcripts of documents used by Samuel Hill when researching Bengal.  IOR/H/773  1724-1899

Contents:
(1) pp. 1-899, Transcripts of Documents used by Mr. S. C. Hill in compiling his account of Bengal in 1756-57, presented to the India Office 1916. (2) p. 1, Tracing of a Plan (in the Bibliothèque Nationale at Paris) of the Dutch Settlement at Hugli. The references are in Dutch. (3) pp. 1-7, Printed copies of letters in French sent to Mr. Hill by M. A. Bourgoin, Conservateur de la Bibliothèque, Pondichéry, viz. Letters from the Council at Chandernagore to the Council at Masulipatam, the Captain of the French ship La Compagnie des Indes de France, Roger Drake (Governor of Calcutta), the Conseil Supérieur de l'Isle de France and M. de la Bretesche at Patna 26th April to 26th Dec. 1756. (4) pp. 13-647, Transcripts from French documents in the Bibliothèque Nationale at Paris, viz. pp. 13-25, Voyage de M. le Chevalier d'Albert dans les Indes Orientales pendant 1724 et 1726, with, pp. 27-55, Remarques sur l'Ile Bourbon on Mascarin (including Diego Ruys and Mauritius); pp. 57-9, Discours sur la ville de Mazulipatam, Août 1725; pp. 61-3, État de Mahey, Sept. 1725; pp. 65-99, État de Pondichéry, son commerce et celui des différents endroits de l'Inde, Janvier 1726; pp. 101-253, Révolutions du Bengale (a French version of Scrafton); pp. 261-89, Letter from Chandernagore to M. Demontorcin 1st Aug. 1756; pp. 291-3, 345-7, 395-407, Letters from M. Fournier at Chandernagore to M. Dupleix 1st Aug. 1756, 18th Jan. and 3rd Nov. 1757; pp. 295-317, 349-93, Letters from M. Renault to M. Dupleix, Chandernagore 26th Aug. 1756, 4th and 30th Sept. 1757; pp. 319-25, M. Bausset to M. Dupleix, Chandernagore 8th Oct. 1756; pp. 327-43, Council of Chandernagore to the Syndics and Directors at Paris 18th Jan. 1757; pp. 409-31, Relation de ce qui s'est passé dans le Bengale depuis le 17 Octobre 1756 an 22 Janvier 1758 (not signed); pp. 433-9, Lettre qui parait être de M. Law concernant les affaires du Bengale, Pondichéry 9 Février 1758 (If this was from a M. Law it cannot have been from M. Jean Law, who at this time was in Upper India--possibly it was written by Jacques Law); pp. 441-87, Letter from. M. Renault to the Conseil Supérieure à Pondichéry, Pondichéry le 26 Octobre 1758; pp. 489-647, Mémorie de M. Madec. (See Le Nabab René Madec, by Emile Barbé 1894.) (5) pp. 651-731, Extracts referring to the loss of Calcutta copied by Miss E. M. Thompson from the London Chronicle, Read's Weekly Journal and the Scots Magazine 1756 and 1757. (6) pp. 733-839, William Tooke's Account of the Loss of Calcutta, from the Warren Hastings' Papers in the British Museum. Additional M.S. 29,209 (Printed in Hill's Bengal in 1756-57, I. 248); pp. 841-53, Another unsigned Account from the same volume. (7) pp. 855-87, "An account of the late Maharaja Nubkissen Bahadur, required and delivered to A. Sterling, Esq., Persian Secretary to Government, on 30th April 1825," by (?) Maharaja Sir Radha Kanta Deb (Published in the Journal of the Bengal Asiatic Society 1899); pp. 889-91, Note by Babu Nilmani Mukherjee on Maharaja Naba Krishna 24th July 1899. (8) pp. 893-7, References to and copy of Lieut. William Wills' or, more correctly, Wells' "Plan of Fort William and part of the City of Calcutta" with additions by S. C. Hill. (9) p. 899, Territory of Calcutta (from Orme) with additions by S. C. Hill from various sources.

Documents used by Samuel Hill in his research, with related correspondence.  IOR/H/774  1755-1918

Contents:
(1) pp. i-xiii, List of Contents of pp. 1-764, being documents used in the compilation of Bengal in 1756-7; pp. 765-7, List of Contents of pp. 769-1313, being documents used in the compilation of Yusuf Khan or the Rebel Commandant and The Old Sepoy Officer (in the English Historical Review). Presented to the India Office by Mr. S. C. Hill in 1916. (2) pp. 1-143, Copies of Vernet Correspondence in the State Archives at the Hague 3rd June 1756 to 11th Nov. 1759. Between the Dutch Officials in Bengal and dealing with the relations between the European Settlements and the native Government from the accession of Siraj-ud-daula to the defeat of Col. Roussell by Col. Forde (in Dutch). (3) pp. 147-369, Copies of Documents from the Bengal Correspondence in the State Archives at the Hague June 1756 to August 1759. Proceedings of the Dutch Council at Hugli and their correspondence with the English authorities at Calcutta and the Dutch Governor-General at Batavia (in Dutch); pp. 371-95, Translations of letters of 3rd July and 24th Nov. 1756 from the Director and Council at Hugli to the Governor-General at Batavia, On Bengal affairs as in (2) above. (4) pp. 399-573, English Translations of some of the documents in (2) and (3) above, prepared at the Hague. (5) pp. 575-99, Correspondence between S. C. Hill and the authorities of the State Archives at the Hague 19th Jan. to 17th June 1912, Documents relating to the Siege of Madura. (6) pp. 597-611, Extract from the Governor and Council of Ceylon to the Governor-General in Batavia 24th Jan. 1764; pp. 617-99, A short account of the remarkable events relating to Madura during the period 1st Jan. to 31st Dec. 1763 by Godfried Sweepe, Dutch Chief of Madura; pp. 701-54, Do, do during the period 1st Jan. to 31st Dec. 1764 (all in Dutch). (7) pp. 761-3, Dr. H. T. Colenbrander to S. C. Hill 6th Feb. 1915 on the employment of natives as soldiers by the Dutch. The real question is, "Which European nation was the first to drill Asiatics in the European manner?" (8) pp. 769-99, Abstract prepared by J. Van Someren Pope, Lecturer on Oriental Languages, Trinity College, Dublin, of a Tamil Ballad (copy in the India Office Library) entitled the War of Khan Sahib published in 1911; pp. 995-1011, Original abstract; pp. 1013-5, Extracts from the Ballad prepared by Rangasami Naidu. (9) pp. 801-911, Extracts from the Madras Records referring to Yusuf Khan (Collected by A. G. Cardew, Secretary to the Government of Madras), 18th June 1759 to 8th Oct. 1764. (10) 913-41, Extracts from the Madras Records 23rd Aug. 1785 to 13th Sept. 1786, Organisation of the Madras Army, Promotions, &c. (11) pp. 943-93, "Narrative of the various illustrious Services of Meer Sahib Commandant" (Printed in the English Historical Magazine, April 1918, p. 272), Communicated to S. C. Hill by Dr. Denison Ross, Officer in Charge of the Records of the Government of India, being No. 94 in a list of certain Ancient Documents received by the Government of India from Madras. (12) pp. 1017-51, Extracts from correspondence, &c., in the Archives of the Minister of the Colonies at Paris, including the Journal of M. Bruno and a Relation de ce qui s'est passé à la Côte du Coromandel depuis le 4 Avril 1762 jusques au mois de Janvier 1764, also summary of a letter from M. Courtin in reply to a charge that he had been bribed to surrender by Clive. (13) p. 1053, Photographs of Jenning's Map of Madura 1755 in the British Museum; pp. 1055, 1057, Photographs of Madura c. 1783 from Col. J. Welsh's Reminiscences. (14) pp. 1059-89, Information received from M. A. Martineau (formerly Governor of French India) regarding the Law family. (15) pp. 1091-1119, Letters from Mr. Rangasami Naidu, Sheristadar of the Ramnad District Court at Madura, regarding Yusuf Khan 2nd July 1912 to 15th May 1913, with, pp. 1101-5, Three photographs of Yusuf Khan's Tomb and, p. 1119, a photograph of Madura in 1913. (16) pp. 1121-1251, Transcript of M. Marchand's Précis des deux Siéges de la ville de Madure dans l'Inde 1771 (The only copy of this little book that I can find is in the Bibliothéque Nationale at Paris); pp. 1253-1315, English Translation of the foregoing by S. C. Hill.

Appendix to Lord Moira's Minute 2nd Oct. 1815 on the Judicial Administration of the Presidency of Fort William  IOR/H/775-776  1814-1815

2 volumes

Contents:
The Minute, not included here, is printed in a Collection of Papers regarding the Judicial System, Bengal Presidency 1814-18 [Record Department No. (71) 197] - see IOR:V/27/140/12. Transmitted in Bengal Secret Letter 13th Jan. 1816.

Appendix to Lord Moira's Minute 2nd Oct. 1815 on the Judicial Administration of the Presidency of Fort William, being the reports of Judicial Officers.  IOR/H/775  1814-1815

Contents:
(1) p. i, Contents of H/775 and 776. (2) Reports on the state of Civil and Criminal business and the state of the Police by Judicial Officers of various Districts, viz. pp. 451-506, Benares City 1814 by W. Wilberforce Bird; pp. 103-17, Hugli 1814 by W. Brodie; pp. 1-7, Murshidabad 1814 by Thomas Brooke; pp. 23-35, Benares Court 1814 by W. A. Brooke; pp. 9-21, Patna Provincial Court 1814 by Herbert Cornish; pp. 413-48, Ghazipur 1814 by W. Cracroft; pp. 289-98, Patna City 1814 by H. Douglas; pp. 9-21, Patna Provincial Court 1814 by J. R. Elphinstone; pp. 221-36, Bhagulpur 1814 by J. Ewing; pp. 37-101, Burdwan 1814 by N. J. Halhed; pp. 1-7, Murshidabad 1814 by W. Leycester; pp. 199-219, Murshidabad 1814 by W. Lock; pp. 239-87, Bihar 1814 by A. Mackenzie; pp. 753-67, Gorakhpur 1815 by R. Martin; pp. 121-98, Nadya 1814 by W. Paton; pp. 509-82, Mirzapur 1814 by R. H. Rattray; pp. 333-81, Shahabad 1814 by T. C. Robertson; pp. 23-35, Benares 1814 by J. Sanford; pp. 299-331, Tirhut 1814 by T. Sealy; pp. 9-21, Patna Provincial Court 1814 by A. Welland; pp. 583-752, Juanpur 1815 by R. O. Wynne; pp. 383-411, Sarun 1814 by J. Young.

Appendix to Lord Moira's Minute 2nd Oct. 1815 on the Judicial Administration of the Presidency of Fort William, being the reports of Judicial Officers.  IOR/H/776  1814-1815

Contents:
(1) Reports as in H/775 by Judicial Officers of various Districts, viz. pp. 1213-40, Bareilly 1814 by H. Dumbleton; pp. 771-1003, Allahabad 1814 by T. Fortescue; pp. 1511-67, North Saharunpur 1815 by R. Grindall; pp. 1445-88, Aligarh 1815 by J. Marjoribanks; pp. 1571-1629, Delhi 1815 by C. T. Metcalfe; pp. 1385-94, Moradabad 1814 by J. O. Oldham; pp. 1109-46, Etawah 1814 by T. Perry; pp. 1395-1443, Cawnpore 1814 by J. Ryley; pp. 1241-1384, Agra 1815 by R. Turner; pp. 1007-1105, Bundelkhand 1815 by J. Wauchope; pp. 1489-1510, South Saharunpur 1814 by H. Wilkinson; pp. 1147-1212, Farrukhabad 1814 by W. Wright.

Miscellaneous Papers relating to Salt Revenue  IOR/H/777-779  1817-1836

3 volumes

Administrative history:
Collected in 1836.

Miscellaneous Papers relating to the Bengal, &c., Salt Revenue (collected in 1836)  IOR/H/777  1817-1836

Contents:
(1) pp. i-ii, List of Contents (incomplete). (2) pp. vii-ix, List of Papers relating to the Administration of the Bengal Salt Revenue, viz. pp. 1-89, Separate Bengal Letter to Court 14th Oct. 1833, Minute by Lord Bentinck 18th July 1832 and correspondence between the Board of Customs, Salt and Opium and the Governor-General in Council 28th Aug. 1833 to 17th Feb. 1834. (3) pp. 93-138, Papers relating to the Drawback allowed on English Salt used in curing Provisions, viz. Extract from Bengal Letter to Court 14th April 1834 with enclosures, and Court's reply 9th Dec. 1835. (4) pp. 149-53, Memoranda on Collection to Bengal Separate Letter No. 2 of 1835. (See H/778 (5) (5) pp. 157-71, Warren Hastings to Mrs. Motte (--Jan. 1817) and to Sir Thomas Barnard 29th Jan. and 11th Feb. 1817 regarding the method of raising the Salt Revenue established by him in Bengal. (6) pp. 173-88, Extract Court to Bengal 8th Aug. 1821, Refusal to sanction proposed division of the Salt Agency for the 24 Pergunnahs. (7) pp. 189-223, Memorandum on House of Commons Committee Reports 1817, 1801, 1818. (8) pp. 227-45, H. T. Prinsep (Secretary, Bengal) to Peter Auber (Secretary to Court of Directors) 16th Dec. 1835, with letters from and to the Board of Customs, Salt and Opium, Sales of Salt. (9) pp. 249-69, Bengal Financial Letter 9th Dec. 1835, Justification of their having advertised the whole of the 6 per cent. Remittable Debt. (10) pp. 273-84, Minute by the Governor-General (C. T. Metcalfe) 19th Dec. 1835 on the State of the Finances. (11) pp. 286-7, Receipts and Disbursements in India from 1831/2 to 1833/4. (12) pp. 290-1, Account of Revenues of India. (13) p. 293, Dates of Establishment of and Alterations in the Salt Agency System in Bengal 19th Sept. 1780. (14) pp. 297-306, Request of Robert Chalmers (Committee Clerk) to J. C. Melvill (Financial Secretary) for statements required by George Wilbraham (M.P. for Southern Division, Chester County) Chairman of the House of Commons Select Committee on the Sale of Salt in British India. (15) pp. 309-16, Petitions from the Droitwich Salt Company and the Inhabitants of Droitwich and of Winsford in Cheshire, against the East India Company's Salt Monopoly. (16) pp. 317-8, Use of Spanish Salt in the Newfoundland Fishery. (17) pp. 319-20, Superiority of the French mode of manufacturing Salt; pp. 321-321D, Individual consumption of Salt in France. (18) pp. 323-4, Mode of manufacturing Salt at Ruthwell in Scotland. (19) pp. 327-8, Restrictions on manufacture of Salt in Madras. (20) pp. 335-56, Bengal to Court (Territorial Department) 19th Dec. 1822, Price and supply of Salt. (21) pp. 359-65, Prospectus of the Liverpool Merchants Joint Stock Company (from the Liverpool Standard 26th April 1836). (22) pp. 367-75, Mode of Manufacturing Salt in Cheshire, From Gonzales' Voyage to England and Scotland in 1730 (Pinkerton, Vol. II) (23) p. 377, Note on Alexander Reid's Evidence. (24) p. 379, Comparison of Indian with English measures. (25) pp. 383-5, Memoranda respecting Qualities of Salt, loading of Vessels, &c. (26) pp. 387-90, Tonnage of Vessels from Liverpool to Bengal and Bombay. (27) pp. 391-2, Note on the Salt Supply in India by T.C. (28) pp. 393-403, R. Gordon (India Board) to J. C. Melvill 14th July 1836 with enclosures regarding the export of Salt from Ceylon to India. (29) pp. 405-7, Bengal Separate Letter to Court 17th Feb. 1836 with Minute by H. M. Parker (Junior Member of the Board of Customs, Salt and Opium) on the levy of the Salt Revenue.

Note: See Parliamentary Collection No. 83 in the India Office for Report of Select Committee of House of Commons on the Sale of Salt in British India, 1836.


Miscellaneous Papers relating to the Bengal, &c., Salt Revenue (collected in 1836).  IOR/H/778  1822-1836

Contents:
(1) pp. ii-iii, List of Contents. (2) pp. 1-29, Papers regarding the maintenance of the existing mode of managing the Salt Revenue, including Court's Letters to Bengal of 20th May 1835 and 20th Jan. 1836, Report of a Revenue, Judicial and Legislative Committee 21st July 1835, Correspondence with Alexander Reid 5th March 1832 to 11th July 1835. (3) pp. 33-53, Extracts from Correspondence relative to Retail Sales 8th Feb. 1831 to 15th Nov. 1835. (4) pp. 57-62, Extract from Bengal Letter 22nd Nov. 1831 and Bengal Regulation 16 of 1829, Duty in Western Provinces. (5) 65-87, Bengal Separate Letter to Court 23rd Sept. 1835 (No. 2), Salt Revenue Management. (6) pp. 91-127, Board of Customs, Salt and Revenue, to the Governor-General (Lord Amherst) in Council 6th Feb. 1828, Cost and Charges in Bengal. (7) pp. 132-201, Extracts from Bengal General Journal 1832/3, Account of Net Revenue. (8) pp. 207-16, Note by H. W. Torrens (Officiating Deputy Secretary, General Department) 13th March 1835, Muscat Salt. (9) pp. 219-449, Salt Report by C. R. Crommelin 25th June 1822, The System. (10) pp. 455-82, Memorandum on the System of Management of the Salt Revenue at the three Presidencies with Glossary at the beginning (Printed), apparently by a Mr. Stark. (11) pp. 483-572, Memorandum on the administration of the Salt Monopoly in Bengal by F. W. Prideaux -- Jan. 1836. (12) pp. 573-8, Extract Board of Customs, Salt and Opium, to Governor-General in Council 19th Nov. 1834, Salt sufficient and cheap enough to be obtainable by the poorest.

Note: See Parliamentary Collection No. 83 in the India Office for Report of Select Committee of House of Commons on the Sale of Salt in British India, 1836.


Miscellaneous Papers relating to the Bengal, &c., Salt Revenue (collected in 1836).  IOR/H/779  1824-1836

Contents:
(1) pp. i-iii, List of Contents. (2) pp. 1-21, Court's Correspondence with the India Board respecting the Parliamentary Committee on the Sale of Salt in British India 22nd Feb. to 7th April 1836, including correspondence between Robert Chalmers (Committee Clerk) and Peter Auber. (3) pp. 23-59, Conditions of Salt Sales, Signed H. M. Parker (Secretary, Board of Customs, Salt and Opium) 1833, W. R. Young 1834 and 1835. (4) pp. 61-95, Correspondence, relative to G. A. Prinsep's Plan for manufacturing Salt by Solar evaporation, between the Court and Bengal 27th July 1830 to 18th Nov. 1835. (5) pp. 97-262, Correspondence between the Court and Bombay on the subject of Salt 11th Feb. 1824 to 30th June 1831, with letter from W. C. Bruce (Member of Customs Committee) 6th May 1826, Minutes by M. Elphinstone (Governor of Bombay), Francis Warden, R. T. Goodwin, Sir T. Bradford, Regulations (25th Oct. 1826, -- 1828 and 1831), and Summary of the Proceedings of the [Bombay] Government respecting the new Salt Regulation 5th Dec. 1832. (6) pp. 263-394, Papers relating to the Manufacture and Chemical Analysis of Salt, Extracts from the Edinburgh Encyclopaedia (by David Brewster, XVII, pp. 528-38, and XII, p. 94) and Atkin's Dictionary of Chemistry and Mineralogy (pp. 117-26).

Note: See Parliamentary Collection No. 83 in the India Office for Report of Select Committee of House of Commons on the Sale of Salt in British India, 1836.


Correspondence of Col Thomas Munro, Collector of the Ceded Districts.  IOR/H/780  1806

Contents:
(1) pp. 1-83, Col. Thomas Munro (Collector of the Ceded Districts) to Secretary of the Committee of Police, Anantpoor, 10th April 1806. The Ceded Districts were those acquired by the British from Tipu Sultan and the Report describes the pre-British Police arrangements with proposals for a proper Police system and establishment. (Printed in Vol. II, p. 214, Selection of Papers from the Records of the E.I. House relating to the Revenue, Police, and Civil and Criminal Justice under the Company's Governments in India 1820. India Office Library Catalogue, I, p. 156.)

Papers concerning the revision of the Judicial System in Madras  IOR/H/781-784  1814-1819

4 volumes

Papers relative to the revision of the Judical System in Madras.  IOR/H/781  1814-1815

Contents:
(1) pp. i-xlvii, Subject Index. (2) pp. 1-140, Court's Judicial Letter to Council, Madras, 29th April 1814, appointing a Commission (Col. Thomas Munro, first Commissioner) for the regualtion of the Judicature and Police (Printed in Selections, II, p. 236 et seq.). (3) pp. 141-3, D. Hill (Secretary, Madras) to James Cobb (Secretary to the Court of Directors) 1st Oct. 1814, with, pp. 145-298, extract from the Proceedings of the Court of Sadr Adalat; Report on the orders of the Court of Directors relative to the Judicial System (Printed in Selections, II, 257). (4) pp. 301-30, Letter from D. Hill to James Cobb 4th Jan. 1815, with Minutes by H. Elliot (Governor of Madras), Correspondence with Sir Thomas Munro, the Civil Auditor (George Moore) and the Governor's Minute proposing to appoint George Stratton as Joint Commissioner with Col. Munro (Printed in Selections, II, 290); pp. 435-87, Court's Reply 20th Dec. 1815 (Printed in Selections, II, 313). (5) pp. 339-82, Extract from Madras Judicial Proceedings 1st March 1815, Col. Munro's Report on the Police 24th Dec. 1814 (Printed in Selections, II, 292 et seq.). (6) pp. 383-432, D. Hill to James Cobb 5th July 1814, with Papers relating to the Commission for the revision of the Judicial System, including Correspondence with the Commissioners and with Bengal and Minutes by Governor Elliot (Printed in Selections, II, 302 et seq.).

Note: Most of these Papers are printed in the Selection mentioned in H/780


Papers relative to the revision of the Judicial System in Madras.  IOR/H/782  1816

Contents:
(1) pp. i-xlix, Alphabetical Index of Subjects. (2) pp. 1-11, Correspondence between the Court and Madras regarding Regulations for the new Judicial System 5th Jan. to 18th June 1816; pp. 13-91, Printed copies of Regulations IV-VII of 1816 forwarded to Directors, with Governor Elliot's Letter of 18th June 1816. (3) pp. 93-9, D. Hill to James Cobb 29th June 1816, with Minutes of Madras Judicial Proceedings of 17th May 1816 (Printed in Selections, II, 352). (4) pp. 101-69, Report of Judicial Commissioners to Madras Government 20th April 1816 (Printed in Selections, II, 421-33); pp. 173-84, Appendix (1), Amendment of Regulations; pp. 188-9, Appendix (2), Number of Sudder Aumeens, Munsiffs, &c. in each Zillah (Printed in Selections, II, 434). (5) pp. 191-414, Regulations I to VII of 1816, Regulations I and II deal with Village Munsiffs, III and IV with District Munsiffs, V with Sudder Aumeens, VI with Collectors, VII with transference of the Police from the Magistrates to the Collectors; pp. 418-9, Alteration of References in the Regulations. (6) pp. 421-59, 475-504, Minutes by Governor H. Elliot, R. Fullerton and R. Alexander 25th April to 17th May 1816 (Printed in Selections, II, 435 et seq.). (7) pp. 461-72, Second Draft of the Regulations by the Commissioners.

Note: Most of these Papers are printed in the Selection mentioned in H/780


Papers relative to the revision of the Judicial System in Madras.  IOR/H/783  1816-1819

Contents:
(1) pp. i-xlvii, Alphabetical Index of Subjects. (2) pp. 1-146, Minutes by R. Fullerton 1st Jan. and 1st March 1816 (Printed in Selections, II, 353-88, 417-20). (3) pp. 149-98, Remarks on the Proceedings of the Sadr Adalat, in Secretary Hill's letter of 29th June 1816. (See H/782 (3).) (4) pp. 197-8, R. Fullerton's Minute 8th March 1816 (Printed in Selections, II, 420). (5) pp. 201-13, Extract Madras Judicial Letter to Court 26th Sept. 1816 (Printed in Selections, II, 446-50). (6) pp. 217-56, Judicial Commissioners to Madras Government 29th Aug. 1816 (Printed in Selections, II, 460-7). (7) Regulations, 1816. pp. 259-315, A, Definition of the powers of the Zillah Magistrate and transference of his office from the Judge to the Collector; pp. 319-61, B, Judges of the Courts of Adalat constituted Judges of Zillahs, Definition of their powers; pp. 363-98, C, Establishment of a General System of Police throughout the Madras Presidency; pp. 401-2, Alterations in the Drafts. (8) pp. 405-25, Regulations, 1816, for Collectors. (9) pp. 429-31, Judicial Commissioners to Madras Government 4th Sept. 1816 (Printed in Selections, II, 467-8). (10) pp. 433-95, Minutes of Madras Council 13th Sept. 1816 with Minutes by Governor H. Elliot, R. Fullerton and R. Alexander (Printed in Selections, II, 468-78). (11) pp. 499-500, D. Hill (Secretary, Madras) to Judicial Commissioners 13th Sept. 1816; pp. 503-7, Minute by Governor H. Elliot 17th Sept. 1816 (Printed in Selections, II, 478-9). (12) p. 511, D. Hill to James Cobb 26th Sept. 1816. (13) p. 513, Judicial Commissioners to Madras Government 23rd Sept. 1816 (Printed in Selections, II, 479-80). (14) pp. 515-7, Minute by Governor H. Elliot 31st Dec. 1816 (Printed in Selections, II, 480). (15) pp. 519-23, Court's Judicial Letter to Madras 12th May 1819 (Printed in Selections, II, 768-9).

Note: Most of these Papers are printed in the Selection mentioned in H/780


Papers relative to the revision of the Judicial System in Madras.  IOR/H/784  1818

Contents:
(1) pp. 1-9, Abstract of George Stratton's Report on the new Judicial System. (2) pp. 13-5, D. Hill (Secretary, Madras) to James Cobb 6th July 1818, with, pp. 17-20, Letter from George Stratton to Madras Government 21st March 1818 (Printed in Selections, II, 552-3) and pp. 21-226, George Stratton's Report on the new Judicial System in Madras (Printed in Selections, II, 553-99).

Note: Most of these Papers are printed in the Selection mentioned in H/780


Details of Revenue Assessments, &c., in Tanjore.  IOR/H/785  c.1828-c.1843

pp. 1-95

Contents:
From the Papers of N. W. Kindersley, Collector of Tanjore.

A rough Index to a missing collection of Standing Orders of the Court of Directors  IOR/H/786  1709-1823

Papers concerning the India Museum and its collections, and the site of the India Office.  IOR/H/787  1836-1878

Contents:
(1) pp. 1-6, Lists of Standards, &c., in the East India Company's Museum. (2) pp. 7-14, Correspondence relative to the presentation to the King of the Standards and other Trophies taken in India by the King's or the Company's Forces 1836. (3) pp. 15-30, Dr. J. Forbes Royle, M.D., to J. C. Melvill (Secretary to the Court of Directors) 6th Feb. 1849, Report on the Botanical Collection in the India House. (4) pp. 33-43, Papers relating to Gutta Percha, including, p. 43, a Memorandum by E. A. Blundell, Governor of Prince of Wales Island, &c., 24th Sept. 1858 (Printed). (5) p. 45, Transfer of a portion of the Natural History Collection to the British Museum 1860. (6) pp. 47-52, "Bill to enable the Secretary of State in Council of India to acquire additional lands for improving the site of the India Office and the Approaches thereto," 1865 (Printed). (7) pp. 53-71, Memoranda relative to the Museum Establishment 1874. (8) pp. 73-108, Correspondence relative to the removal of the Museum to the South Kensington Museum 27th Feb. to 26th May 1874. (9) pp. 109-16, "Copy of the Resolution or Resolutions of the Secretary of State for India in Council respecting the transfer of the Indian Museum to South Kensington, with the opinions of the Members of Council recorded thereon," 26th July 1876 (Printed). (10) pp. 117-34, Papers concerning the retirement of W. Griggs, Superintendent of the Photolithographic Department of the Museum, including, pp. 131-4, W. Griggs' original letter dated 14th May 1878 to Sir Louis Mallet (Under Secretary of State for India).

Demi-official letter book of John Sulivan, representative of the Madras Government at Tanjore.  IOR/H/788  1783-1785

Contents:
(1) pp. 1-248, Demi-official Letter Book of John Sulivan, representative of the Madras Government at Tanjore 1783-84, Affairs of Trichinopoly and Tanjore, the Ramnad and Sivagunga, The Southern Poligars, War with Tipu Sultan. (2) John Sulivan. pp. 1-5, 18-34, 44-8, 83-90, 109-18, 121-9, 131-5, 146-9, 158-72, 177-99, 223-8, to Lord Macartney 6th Jan. 1783 to 3rd Sept. 1784; pp. 5-12, 35-42, 48-57, 75-83, 151-6, to the Madras Select Committee 25th Jan. 1783 to 23rd April 1784; pp. 12, 34-5, to J. Cox Hippisley 6th Feb. and 3rd April 1783; pp. 12-3, to the Raja of Tanjore 6th Feb. 1783; pp. 42-4, to Thomas Palk 11th June 1783; pp. 107-9, 135-6, 145-6, to Col. M. Martinz (Commissioner of the Ramnad) 17th Jan. 1783 to 27th March 1784; pp. 118-20, 129-31, 157, to Robert Andrews (Factor and Commissary's Agent for Tanjore) 15th Feb. to 2nd May 1784; pp. 149-50, to -- Floyer 21st April 1784; pp. 150-1, to Basil Cochrane 21st April 1784; pp. 172-6, to Col. W. Fullarton 25th July 1784; pp. 211-7, Observations on a petition from the Inhabitants of Sivagunga against Paria and China Murdun; p. 219, Identical letters to the Nawab's Kiladars at Palimurrah and Tripavonum 9th Aug. 1784; pp. 220-1, to Mootoo Ramlinga Shaito Putty, Poligar of Ramnad, 9th Aug. 1784. (3) pp. 14-8, J. Cox Hippisley to Sulivan 25th Feb. 1783. (4) Lord Macartney (Governor of Madras). pp. 59, 63-4, 66, 71-2, 91-6, to Sulivan 20th Oct. 1783 to 14th May 1784; pp. 72-3, to Vincat Soubiah 3rd Dec. 1783; p. 96, to the Reddy of Terriore 14th May 1784; p. 101, to Nawas Beg 19th Aug. 1784; pp. 239-48, to the Raja of Tanjore 17th Nov. 1784 to 7th Jan. 1785. (5) pp. 60-3, Thomas Palk to Sulivan 5th Oct. 1783. (6) Vincat Soubiah (Renter of Trichinopoly). p. 64, to Sulivan 27th Sept. 1783; p. 67, to Lord Macartney 18th Oct. 1783. (7) p. 74, W. G. Wasey to Sulivan 18th Dec. 1783. (8) pp. 96-8, J. Huddlestone to Sulivan 8th Aug. 1784. (9) pp. 99-100, Mirza Nawaz to Lord Macartney 29th July 1784. (10) pp. 103-4, Account given by the Canongoe respecting the village of Colpatoor 1784. (11) pp. 136-44, Basil Cochrane (in charge, Nagore District) to J. Sulivan 21st March 1784. (12) pp. 203-7, Report by the Rev. [Christian Frederick] Schwarz of an examination made by himself and Dr. Meine (Chirurgeon of Tanjore) into the causes of death of Mootoo Pillah, former Minister of the Raja of Tanjore (see p. 182). (13) pp. 229-36, Col. William Fullarton to Lord Macartney 16th July 1784. (14) pp. 239-44, John Chamier to Sulivan 26th Dec. 1784 to 7th Jan. 1785.

Papers purchased from Lord Sydney's collection.  IOR/H/789  c.1762-c.1790

Contents:
(1) pp. 1-115, Papers purchased in March 1920 from Lord Sydney's Collection. (2) pp. 1-37, "Memorial of the King of Tanjore to the Directors of the Honourable East India Company." The Raja was deposed by the Madras Government in 1773 and restored to his throne in 1776 by orders from England (see George Rous' Restoration of the King of Tanjore considered and Appendix 1777). (3) pp. 45-95, Sir John Dalling (Commander-in-Chief, Madras) to Lord Sydney (one of his Majesty's Principal Secretaries of State) 13th June 1785, Proposed reform of the military arrangements in Madras (? Original). (4) pp. 97-102, Hints on our connexion with Travancore 1762-84; pp. 103-6, Extracts from Bombay Letter to Court 23rd March 1784 and Court's Letter to Bombay 8th July 1785 relating to Travancore. (5) pp. 109-15, Memorandum by Mr. [Henry] Dundas from the Papers relative to the War in India (i.e. the War with Tipu Sultan after his invasion of Travancore in 1790). (References apparently to Part II of H/566.)

Papers of the Hon. Frederick John Shore.  IOR/H/790  1822-1858

Contents:
(1) pp. 1-720, Correspondence, &c., of the Hon. Frederick John Shore, second son of first Lord Teignmouth, 1822 to 1837, Presented to the India Office by his grandson, the Rev. J. K. Floyer 1920. (2) p. 1, Autograph Note by the Rev. J. K. Floyer on the above Papers 1920. (3) p. 5, W. Wright (Judge and Magistrate, Furruckabad) to H. T. Prinsep (Secretary, Judicial Department) 26th April 1822, Shore's transfer to Bulandshahar. (4) pp. 7, 17, 97, 373-5, 393, 451-2, Thanks of the Governor-General and other commendations of Shore's conduct on various occasions. (5) pp. 9-62, Correspondence of Major-Gen. Thomas Reynell, the Adjutant-General of Bengal, Capt. F. Young, Lieut.-Col. W. Casement (Secretary, Military Department), W. Ewer (Superintendent of Police, Western Provinces), R. Grindall (Magistrate, Saharanpur), Lord Amherst, Lord Teignmouth, October 1824, relative to Shore's gallantry at the attack on Khoonjah Fort, in which Shore killed seven of the robbers in single combat and was himself wounded. (6) F. J. Shore. pp. 63-92, to R. Hunter (Secretary, Board of Revenue, Calcutta) 31st Jan. 1836, The Post in Upper Provinces; pp. 99-135, to G. W. Traill (Commissioner of Kumaon) 30th March 1828, with, pp. 137-41, Memoranda on Slaves, Wives, Widows, &c.; pp. 145-65, to H. Shakespear 10th Dec. 1825 (Original) giving up charge of Dehra Doon; pp. 171-82, to J. Thomason 24th Nov. 1831, Proprietary Rights in the Doon; pp. 189-97, to C. MacSween 29th April 1833 (Original) declining the Magistrateship of Khanpur; pp. 199-202, to C. E. Trevelyan 23rd May 1834 (Original) on Native Education; pp. 203-18, to the Register, Sadr Diwani and Nizamat Adalat 30th Dec. 1834, Employment of Natives as Jurors; pp. 219-47, 303-8, to H. Swetenham (Commissioner, Furruckabad) 14th Jan. and 31st March 1835, Cases tried in Sessions, Treadmill at Futtygurh; pp. 251-73, 277-98, 379-80, to Welby Jackson (Register, Sadr Diwani Adalat, Allahabad) 26th Jan. to 14th July 1835; pp. 419-24, to J. G. Deedes (Secretary, Sadr Board of Revenue, Allahabad) 7th May 1836, Revenue of Saugur and Nerbudda; pp. 427-50, to W. H. Macnaghten (Secretary, Political Department) 7th Dec. 1836, The Thugs; pp. 309-69. Observations on parts of the Civil Regulations requiring Revision (pp. 699-720, printed cuttings from the Friend of India, see (17) below); pp. 401-6, Stray Memoranda; pp. 457-89, Notes on the climate of the Doon; pp. 493-506, Notes on Anglo-Indian Grandeeism (Original); pp. 507-11, Essay on the Hindostanee Language (Original); pp. 513-59, 579-90, Notes on Juries (Original); pp. 561-78, Scenes in the Morea (Original); pp. 591-600, to the Editor of the Hurkaru on Currency (Original); pp. 601-20, Advice to the Uncovenanted (Original); pp. 621-7, Address to the people of Upper India (Original); pp. 629-54, Thoughts on Humbug (Original); pp. 655-82, Some passages in the life of Azim Khan, Police Jemadar (Original); pp. 691-8, to the Editor of the India Gazette, Ram Mohan Ray's proposal that the English in India should adopt Bengali as their language. (7) pp. 93-4, Extract, H. Newnham (Officiating Collector, Furruckabad) to the Board of Revenue, Western Provinces, Bareilly, 26th Oct. 1826, Disputed rights in a Jagir; p. 95, Note by Shore on an Irrigation Account 14th March 1837. (8) pp. 169-70, H. Shakespear (Secretary, Judicial Department) to Shore 14th April 1829, with letter to C. J. Glass (Civil Auditor and Judicial Accountant). (9) pp. 183-7, J. Thomason (Secretary to Government) 26th Nov. 1831 (Original) and 22nd Nov. 1831, Appointment with E. R. Barwell as Special Commissioners to try certain prisoners in Alipur Jail. (10) pp. 249-50, 299-302, G. A. Bushby (Officiating Secretary, Agra) to Shore 20th to 28th March 1835, Appointment to Commissionership of Saugur and Nerbudda Territories and as Agent to the Governor-General. (11) p. 275, Petition of Jonathan Seville 6th March 1835 (Original). (12) p. 377, E. Jennings to Shore 19th June 1835. (13) pp. 381-6, Lieut.-Col. F. Young (Political Agent, Dehra Doon) to J. R. Hutchinson 7th Aug. 1835, Report on Cultivated Land and Revenue. (14) pp. 386-9, J. R. Hutchinson (Commissioner, Dehra Dooab) to J. G. Deedes (Secretary, Sadr Board of Revenue) 12th Aug. 1835. (15) pp. 397-9, Printed Appeal from the Committee formed for the erection of the Metcalfe Library in commemoration of the recognition of the freedom of the Indian Press under the Government of Sir C. T. Metcalfe. (16) pp. 407-13, C. MacSween (Secretary, Agra) to Shore 25th March 1836 with papers relative to the Treadmill at Futtygurh. (17) pp. 415-6, John Marshman to Shore 21st April 1836 (Original), Thanking him for his interest in and promised contributions to the Friend of India. (18) pp. 453-6, W. H. Macnaghten (Secretary, Political Department, Murdered at Cabul 23rd Dec. 1841) to Shore, Shore's proposals relative to Thagi. (19) p. 491, J. A. Fisher to Shore 26th Nov. 1837 (Original), Application for a post. (20) pp. 683-4, Letter regarding the effects of the Mutiny at Futtygurh to Mrs. C. M. Shore from Sahadut Murid (?) Khan 5th July 1858 (Original); pp. 685-8, Another letter about the Mutiny (not signed or dated).

Reports on economic Matters in India.  IOR/H/791  1834-1838

Contents:
(1) pp. 1-939, Replies to Queries regarding Imports and Exports, Countries traded with, Tariffs, Smuggling, Customs Revenue, Warehousing and Bonding System, Shipping and Harbours, Prices, Currency, Banking, Brokerage, Trade rights of Foreigners, Labour, Immigration, Insurance, Bankruptcy, Wealth, Population, External Communications, Rates of Freight, Weights and Measures (see pp. 33-45) formulated by the Royal Asiatic Society and circulated by the Madras Board of Revenue in 1834. (2) Replies from. pp. 3-27, N. W. Kindersley, Collector of Tanjore 12th Sept. 1834; pp. 29-103, R. Eden, Collector of Tinnevelly 15th Sept. 1834; pp. 105-225, J. Blackburne, Collector of Madura 31st Oct. 1834; pp. 229-371, Ambrose Crawley, Collector of Rajahmundry 14th Nov. 1834; pp. 375-91, Alexander Maclean, Collector of Chingleput 29th Nov. 1834; pp. 396-407, W. Ashton, Collector of Sea Customs at Madras 1st Dec. 1834; pp. 411-509, John Dent, Collector and Magistrate, Southern Division of Arcot 14th May 1836; pp. 511-43, C. R. Cotton, Collector of Canara 26th Feb. 1836; pp. 549-89, [John Chardin Wroughton], Collector of Masulipatam (or possibly his Head Assistant F. H. Crozier) 1836; pp. 597-614, ? From South Arcot; pp. 644-755, J. C. Whish, Collector of Nellore 12th Nov. 1834; pp. 757-939, Arthur Freese, Collector of Vizagapatam 14th Feb. 1836. (3) p. 547, Henry Chamier (Chief Secretary, Madras) to J. C. Melville (Secretary, East India House) 13th June 1836, Transmitting Reports. (4) pp. 593-4, P. Onslow (Secretary, Board of Revenue) to Chief Secretary, Madras 6th June 1836. (5) pp. 616-33, Statements for Bombay by Bazett Doveton, Collector of Customs and Land Revenue, Bombay 7th Sept. 1835. (6) pp. 635-42, J. Little (Secretary, Agricultural and Horticultural Society of Western India) to the Secretary to Committee of Correspondence of the Royal Asiatic Society 21st Sept. 1838, Different breeds of Cattle and Sheep in India, Ploughs.

List of wills and administrations in the India office Records.  IOR/H/792  1618-1783

Contents:
Alphabetical List, prepared under the supervision of Miss L.M. Anstey, of Wills and Administrations contained in the Mayor's Court Proceedings (Madras 1753-79, Bengal 1727-79, Bombay 1729-83), Bengal Public Proceedings 1704-27, Factory Records, Miscellaneous, Vol. 23, and (a few very early ones) in the Correspondence Memoranda. In the India Office there is a Register of all Wills proved in Bengal from 1728, in Bombay from 1723 and in Madras from 1736 up to the present time, in which Register there are some Wills which, though they fall within the above-mentioned dates, are not included in this Catalogue. Nor does the Catalogue contain the Wills in the Supreme Court Records. A further collection of Bengal Wills, not included in this Catalogue but ranging between 1727 and 1765, is to be found in the series "Bengal Wills, Mayor's Court," Range 155, Vols. 9-38. See also Factory Records, Miscellaneous, Vol. XXIII for Wills and Inventories 1618-1725.

Papers concerning Charles Peers, East India Company servant in Madras.  IOR/H/793  1731-1733

Contents:
(1) pp. 1-102, Copies made (January 1922) by permission of Mr. C. R. Peers (H.M. Chief Inspector of Ancient Monuments) of original Papers relating to Mr. Charles Peers, at one time a Company's Servant in Madras. (2) pp. 2-5, Peers' Diary 10th to 21st Dec. 1733, Charges of misconduct and an interview with Governor George Morton Pitt. (3) p. 7, Court of Directors' Order restoring Peers to his place in Council, n.d., but evidently referring to his suspension (see para. 91 of Madras Letter to Court 25th Aug. 1731, p. 28 below) in 1731. (4) pp. 9-32, 37-40, 97, Madras Council to Court of Directors 31st Jan. 1731/2, 25th Aug. 1731 (there is no other complete copy of this in the India Office), and -- Sept. 1733 reporting their action in reference to the Court's Orders for restraint of Private Trade. (5) pp. 34-5, Case of Ram Chundra, Infringement of the rights of the Mayor's Court. (6) pp. 37-40, Samuel Parkes and other Jurymen to Court of Directors 7th Dec. 1733, with Proceedings of Quarter Sessions of 1st Dec. on a proposal to ballot for Juries according to the recent Act of Parliament. (7) Charles Peers. pp. 41-50, 84-6, to the Court of Directors 1st Oct. 1733, Interference with Free Trading from India to foreign parts and, pp. 84-6, ? 1733, Demand for enquiry into the Affairs on the Coast and especially the conduct of Governor Pitt; pp. 52-65, 67-70, to his Father 23rd Sept. and 1st Oct. 1733; p. 72, to Messrs. Judah Supino and Sons 1st Oct. 1733, Sale of their Coral; p. 74, to John Eaton Dodsworth 6th Oct. 1733; p. 76, to John Green 29th Sept. 1733; p. 78, to Alexander Bennett 1st Oct. 1733; p. 80, to Mrs. Beavis (Peers' sister) 1st Oct. 1733; p. 82, to the Hon. George Morton Pitt 30th July 1733, Disapproval of Governor Pitt's Orders as to the restraint of Trade. (8) pp. 88-95, Note (? by Peers) upon the, pp. 99-100, Placard restraining Trade affixed to the Sea-gate by the Council 24th July 1733.

Civil Establishments 1826, Revenue and Marine Branches, Bengal.  IOR/H/794  1826

pp. 607-1196

Contents:
This volume, evidently one of a Series not to be found in the India Office Records, was presented to the India Office by Mr. J. P. R. Lyell, J.P. It contains information regarding the official personnel, Indian as well as European, in 1826, which is not, I believe, to be found elsewhere.

Miscellaneous papers on Matters of trade, revenue, finance and administration.  IOR/H/795  1763-1790

Contents:
(1) pp. 1-17, "Remarks [by John Shore, Member of the Committee of Revenue] on the Modes of administering Justice to the Natives in Bengal and on the Collection of the Revenue, as delivered to Mr. [John] Macpherson [Member of Bengal Council] 13th Jan. 1782. (2) pp. 18-22, Details regarding Weaving in Bengal. (3) p. 23, Court's Orders as to the headings in Despatches 21st Sept. 1785. (4) p. 23, Court's Orders for checking expenditure on Public Works 4th July 1777. (5) p. 24, Cost of Silk. (6) pp. 24-5, Statement of an Adventure to India under Portugueze Colours 1781. (7) p. 25, Sketch Piece Goods for the Ostend Market to be shipped in 1788 from Bengal. (8) p. 26, Details of Emoluments of William Bruere (Secretary, General Department), William Larkins (Accountant-General), Messrs. Evelyn, Calvert, Duncan and Hay. (9) pp. 27-9, "A Sketch of a Plan for discharging the Honourable Company's Bond Debt." (10) pp. 30-3, Memorandum relative to Remittances to China, with Memorandum for Articles fit for Sumatra; pp. 65-72, Narrative of the Remittances from Bengal to China 1770-86; pp. 92-6, Extract from Court's Letters to Bengal relative to China Remittances. (11) pp. 33-47, Account of Celebes by Mr. C. [? A.] Dalrymple -- April 1763, The position of the Dutch in the Malay Archipelago. (12) pp. 47-8, List of the Acts of Parliament concerning the East Indies. (13) pp. 50-64, Estimate of the Probable Resources and Disbursements of the Madras Government from 30th April 1786 to 1st May 1787. (14) p. 64, Summary of the Papers relative to the Snow Minerva. (15) pp. 73-9, Memorandum respecting the Investment. (16) p. 84, General Abstract Account stating the difference between the Estimated and the Actual Receipts and Disbursements of 1785/6. (17) pp. 85-9, W. Bruere to [Lord Cornwallis] -- 1785 relative to his fees as Secretary to the Board of Revenue. (18) pp. 90-1, Bruere's Dates of appointments and chief commercial transactions. (19) pp. 99-111, 152-5, W. Bruere to William Devaynes (Chairman of the Court of Directors) 9th Aug. 1789 and 12th Jan. 1790, Criticism of Lord Cornwallis and John Shore, Praise of Philip Francis. (20) pp. 112-7, Bruere to Lionel Darell 1st Aug. 1789. (21) pp. 118-32, 149-51, Bruere to Capt. Alexander Tod (his brother-in-law) 5th Dec. 1789 to 10th Jan. 1790. (22) pp. 132-48, Correspondence between Bruere, Robert Hamilton (Purser of the Burbridge), Capt. Thomas Robertson, H. St. George Tucker, D. Ross and J. Ranking, relating to a Duel between Bruere and Capt. Robertson 24th July--27th Nov. 1789. (23) pp. 155-60, Bruere to Anthony Sadleir (Uncle to Mrs. Bruere) 23rd Aug. 1789 and 15th Aug. 1790.

Correspondence of Sir James Caird, Member of the Indian Famine Commission.  IOR/H/796  1878-1881

Contents:
(1) pp. 1-908, Letters to and from Sir James Caird (Member of the Indian Famine Commission). Presented to the India Office by Mrs. Henryson Caird 21st May 1924. Almost all the papers are connected with the work of the Famine Commission appointed by the Government of India 16th May 1878. The Members of the Commission were Gen. R. Strachey (President), James Caird (Member of the English Enclosure and Copyhold Commission), H. S. Cunningham (Judge of the High Court of Calcutta), G. A. Ballard (Madras Civil Service), G. H. M. Batten (Bengal Civil Service), J. B. Peile (Bombay Civil Service), C. Rangacharlu (Controller of the Household of the Maharaja of Mysore), Mahadeo Wasadeo Barvé (Karbari of the Kolhapur State), C. A. Elliott (Bengal Civil Service, Secretary). H. E. Sullivan (Madras Civil Service) replaced G. A. Ballard in January 1879. (2) pp. 1-10, Lord Salisbury to Lord Lytton 10th Jan. 1878 (Printed). (3) pp. 13-30, Gen. Sir Arthur Thomas Cotton to Caird 6th April and 28th Sept. 1878 (Original). (4) pp. 33-5, 363-75, Lord Northbrook, to Caird 20th June 1878 and 16th Sept. 1879 (Originals). (5) pp. 37-40, F. C. Danvers to Caird 16th July 1878 (Original). (6) Sir James Caird. pp. 41-2, 127-30 (Gold Standard for India), 164, to Sir L. Mallet (Under Secretary of State for India) 26th July 1878--16th Feb. 1879; p. 167, to J. F. Rutherford 21st Jan. 1879; pp. 257-9, to Lord Lytton 3rd March 1879; pp. 301-2, to H. S. Cunningham 11th July 1879; pp. 319-21, to C. A. Elliott 1st Aug. 1879; pp. 379-81, to Lord Northbrook 19th Sept. 1879; pp. 406A-406D, to Lord Lytton 16th Jan. 1880; pp. 449-51, to A. W. S. Ayrton 22nd Jan. 1881; pp. 457-9, to W. Wedderburn 28th April and 6th May 1881 (Original Drafts). (7) p. 45, Colin G. Campbell (Private Secretary to Sir Louis Mallet) to Caird 27th July 1878 (Original). (8) pp. 49-114, Col. J. Puckle to Caird 6th Aug. to 18th Oct. 1878, on Indian Agriculture (Original). In 1867 Major Puckle published a Memorandum descriptive of the various tribes in the Mysore Province. (9) pp. 115-8, Major S. Rivett-Carnac to Caird 31st Oct. 1878 (Original). (10) pp. 119-22, 261-7, 311-2, 339-42, Sir Richard Temple (Governor of Bombay) to Caird 10th Nov. 1878 to 14th Aug. 1879 (Originals). (11) pp. 123-5, G. (?) Hynes to Caird 14th Nov. 1878 (Original), Gold Standard for India. (12) pp. 131-2, Note on Agriculture in India by C. A. Elliott (Original). (13) pp. 133-5, George Cowper to Caird 12th Dec. 1878 (Original), Possibility under the Permanent Settlement of enhancement of Revenue. (14) pp. 137-40, Adam G. Tytler (Sub-Deputy Opium Agent, Allygunge) to Caird 14th Dec. 1878 (Original) Opium and Indigo. (15) J. F. Rutherford (Survey and Settlement Department). pp. 141-3, to Government of India 16th Dec. 1878 (Printed), Establishment of Agricultural Banks in India; pp. 165-7, to Caird 13th Jan. 1879 (Original). (16) pp. 145-8, 303-6, 325-8, 359-62, C. A. Elliott (Secretary, Famine Commission) to Caird 10th Dec. 1878 to 8th Sept. 1879 (Originals). (17) pp. 149-63, 169-71, Sir Louis Mallet (Under Secretary of State for India) to Caird 20th Dec. 1878 and 3rd Feb. 1879 (Originals). (18) pp. 173-84, A. Devines (?) to Caird 8th Feb. 1879 (Original), Superiority of Dutch system of Agriculture. (19) pp. 185-255, Lord Lytton to Caird 1st and 11th March 1879 (Original), Fixation of Land Revenue at Grain Rates, Famine Relief, Relative merits of Irish, English and Scotch elements of the Civil Service. (20) H. E. Sullivan (Madras Civil Service). pp. 269-75, Minute on Protection by Irrigation 11th April 1879 (Printed); pp. 289-96, 433-5, to Caird 22nd May 1879 and 22nd June 1880 (Originals). (21) pp. 277-9, J. B. Lawes to Caird 18th April 1879 (Original), Congratulations on return from India. (22) pp. 281-3, 395-8, J. D. B. Gribble (Madras Civil Service) to Caird 18th May and 31st Oct. 1879, Relative to Wells. (23) p. 285, Gen. Sir Richard Strachey to Caird 15th May 1879 (Original), Areas under Cotton in Bombay. (24) pp. 297-300, 351-8, H. S. Cunningham (Judge of High Court, Bengal) to Caird 22nd May and 1st Sept. 1879 (Originals). (25) pp. 315-8, 335, G. H. R. Hart (Private Secretary to Governor, Bombay) to Caird 31st July and 14th Aug. 1879 (Originals). (26) pp. 329-33, W. G. Pedder (Secretary, Revenue, Statistics and Commerce, Home Establishment) to Caird 2nd Aug. 1879 (Original). (27) pp. 343-5, 347-50, H. F. Evans (Settlement Officer, Agra) to Secretary, Famine Commission (i.e. Elliott) 23rd Aug. 1879 (Copy). (28) pp. 387-90, Col. L. MacQueen to Caird 21st Sept. 1879 (Original), Danger of infringing upon the position of the Maharaja of Mysore. (29) pp. 391-3, C. E. Bernard (Additional Secretary, Finance, India) to Elliott 24th Sept. 1879 (Original). (30) pp. 399-406, E. C. Buck (Director of Agriculture and Commerce, N.W.P.) to Caird 4th Nov. 1879 (Original). (31) pp. 407-9, R. Griffin (Board of Trade) to Caird 4th Feb. 1880 (Original), Value of Money as affecting Prices. (32) pp. 413-7, Professor Huxley's opinion on the right kind of training for officers of the Agricultural Department (Note by Caird). (33) pp. 421-6, G. R. Leach to Caird, Kandahar 26th April 1880 (Original), Details of the Campaign in Afghanistan. (34) p. 427, Note on Government of India's objections to Caird's Report; pp. 429-32, Objections by Lord Lytton and Council; pp. 433-5, Statement by James Caird and H. E. Sullivan. (35) pp. 437-44, Lord Borthwick (?) to Caird 13th Nov. 1780 (sic) (Original). (36) pp. 445-8, Right Hon. A. W. S. Ayrton to Caird 20th Jan. 1881 (Original), Criticism of Caird's Report. (37) W. Wedderburn (Bombay Civil Service). pp. 453-6, to Caird 28th April 1881; pp. 783-804, "A Permanent Settlement for the Dekkan" (Printed); pp. 805-39, "Agricultural Banks for India" (Printed). (38) pp. 463-7, W. C. Plowden (Census Commissioner for India), Memorandum on the Census of 1881, 28th June 1881 (Original). (39) p. 469, Memorandum of Questions to be asked of Mr. Buck. (40) p. 493, E. Frankland to Caird 10th March 1882 (Original), Recommends Mr. S. A. Hill for the chemical work required by Mr. Buck. (41) pp. 497-500, M. E. Grant-Duff (Governor of Madras) to Caird 14th Jan. 1883 (Original), Punishment of a Madras Journalist. (42) pp. 501-715, Notes by Caird on the State of India, with Index. (43) pp. 723-67, Caird's Report to the Secretary of State on the Condition of India 31st Oct. 1879 (Printed). (44) p. 769, Printed extract from (?) Times of 14th March 1882, Summary of Sir Charles Dilke's speech on the proposed abolition of the International Tribunals in Egypt. (45) pp. 771-81, 841-4, Printed extracts from Newspapers on Indian Affairs. (46) pp. 845-9, A Private Memorandum of an imaginary conversation between a European and an Indian regarding the Famine Commission (Printed). (47) pp. 851-6, Dissent by James Caird and H. E. Sullivan to the Report of the Indian Famine Commission 8th May 1880; pp. 857-8, Answer to an Explanatory Paper of Gen. Strachey, Mr. Cunningham and Mr. Peile; pp. 859-60, Rejoinder to Caird's Protest (all Printed). (48) pp. 863-8, Lord Lytton's Speech on the unveiling of the Statue of Lord Canning (Printed). (49) pp. 869-81, Lord Ripon and Council to the Marquis of Hartington 14th March 1881, Action taken upon the report of the Famine Commission (Printed). (50) pp. 883-5, Notes by Major Iago (Forest Department) on Forest matters, by Mr. Hallen (Veterinary Department) on the Breeding of Mules, and by Mr. Brough-Smythe (from Melbourne) on Gold in the Wynaad (Two copies, one printed). (51) pp. 889-91, "Mephistopheles" on the Indebtedness of the Ryots of the Deccan and the Bankruptcy of India (Printed). (52) pp. 893-908, Extract from the Nineteenth Century, September 1879; pp. 1-16, "Notes by the way in India" (? by Caird).

Letter Books of Andrew Ross Bell, Political Agent Upper Sind  IOR/H/797-798  1839-1841

2 volumes

Letter Books of Andrew Ross Bell (Bengal Civil Service), Political Agent, Upper Sind, 1839-41, Semi-military orders and arrangements.  IOR/H/797  1839-1841

Contents:
(1) pp. 1-214, Demi-official Letters from A. R. Bell 13th May 1839 to 11th July 1841 to Lieut. Phil C. N. Amiel (1st Bo. N.I.), Lieut. Allen E. Ball (Indian Navy), Capt. Bate, Capt. [J. D. D.] Bean (23rd Beng. N.I.), Capt. Lewis Brown (5th Bo. N.I.), Capt. T. G. Carless (Indian Navy), Capt. Thomas Clibborn (1st Bo. N.I.), Capt. [James Somers] Down (1st Bo. N.I.), Lieut. [William Joseph] Eastwick (12th Bo. N.I.), Thomas Fast, Major-Gen. John W. Fast (Bengal, Commanding at Delhi), Major [? David] Forbes, [2nd Bo. N.I.], Brig. Gordon, Archibald Campbell Gordon (Assistant Surgeon, Assistant Political Agent, Bhawalpur), Major [Charles] Griffiths (37th Beng. N.I.), Sir John Keane (Commander-in-Chief, Bombay), Lieut. John Laughton (Bengal Engineers), Sir W. H. Macnaghten (Envoy at Cabul), Capt. Macpherson, Thomas Herbert Maddock (Bengal Civil Service), Major Newport, Major-Gen. William Nott (Bengal Army), Capt. James Outram (23rd Bo. N.I.), Lieut. Thomas Postans (15th Bo. N.I.), Col. [Henry] Pottinger (Resident, Hyderabad), Lieut. H. C. Rawlinson (1st Bo. N.I.), Capt. Richardson, Lieut. J. C. Scott (Assistant Commissary-General), Lieut.-Col. Lewis R. Stacy (43rd B. N.I.), Brig. Thomas Stevenson, C.B. (Lieut.-Colonel Bo. Artillery), Capt. W. J. Thompson (Assistant Commissary-General, Multan), Lieut. Lewis Vardon (1st Bo. Light Cavalry), Capt. Walker, Capt. R. Wallace (Assistant Political Agent, Myhee Kaunta), Lieut.-Col. George Petre Wymer (37th Beng. N.I.). (2) p. 62, Capt. Thomas Grere Carless (Indian Navy) to A. R. Bell 18th July 1839. (3) pp. 72-83, 140, 153-5, 162-3, 166-9, 174-6, Letters from Lieut. Edmund John Brown (Bengal Engineers, Assistant Political Agent, Sukhur) 10th Feb. to 8th Nov. 1840, to R. Ball, Esq., Capt. [J. D. D.] Bean (Political Agent, Shawul), Andrew Ross Bell, Capt. T. G. Carless, Capt. Thomas Clibborn, Messrs. Cowasjee & Co. (Sukkur), Lieut. W. J. Eastwick, Major Forbes, W. Jordan (Assistant Political Agent, Kelat), -- Lawrence, Lieut. William Loveday (37th Beng. N.I.), Capt. Macpherson, Mr. Moore (Bombay), Capt. James Outram, Mr. Polack (Clerk, Shikapur Agency), Lieut. Thomas Postans, Capt. Richardson (Commanding Agency, Rissalah, Sukkur), -- Sanders, Capt. L. J. Scott, Brig. Thomas Stevenson, Capt. W. J. Thompson, Capt. Wallace, Capt. Walker, Capt. Watkins. (4) pp. 120, 122, Letters from A. Gibbon (Post Office, Sukkur) 4th and 8th July 1840 to Messrs. Polack and Lawrence. (5) pp. 131, 189, 216, Letters from Capt. W. J. B. Knyvett (38th Beng. N.I.) 30th Aug. 1840--26th July 1841 to Messrs. Lewis and Polack and Lieut.-Col. Lewis R. Stacy. (6) pp. 217-23, Capt. R. Wallace (? 18th Bo. N.I.) to Capt. Bean 1st Aug. --13th Sept. 1841. (7) pp. 223-78, Major James Outram (Political Agent, Lower Sind), 13th Sept.--26th Nov. 1841 to Capt. Bean, John Russell Colvin (Private Secretary to the Governor-General), Brig. Gordon, Lieut. William F. Hammersley (41st Beng. N.I.), [Lieut. C. R. W.] Hervey [2nd Bo. N.I.], [Lieut. John] Jacob (Bombay Artillery), -- Kennedy, Capt. Lawrence (Political Agent, Ferozepore), -- Leckie, Capt. Thomas Postans, Lieut. Rawlinson, Major Sotherby, F. P. Willoughby (Secretary, Bombay). (8) pp. 243-4, Capt. [Henry] Le Mesurier to Major Outram 4th Oct. 1841. (9) pp. 283-544, Private Letters from Andrew Ross Bell 4th June 1839--13th May 1841, to Lieut. Phil C. N. Amiel, Lord Auckland, Capt. [James Craig] Bate (11th Bo. N.I.), Capt. [J. D. D.] Bean (Political Agent, Quetta), Major Boscawen, Capt. E. J. Brown, Capt. T. G. Carless, Sir James R. Carnac, George R. Clerk (Political Agent, Umballa), John Russell Colvin, Major Cureton (H.M. 16th Lancers), Capt. [J. G. W. Curtis] (37th Beng. N.I.), Lieut. Eastwick, -- England, Col. Farquharson, Major Forbes, Brig. Gordon (Commanding at Bakhar), Capt. Hammersley, Lieut. William Loveday, Sir W. H. Macnaghten, Lieut.-Col. Marshall, Major Newport (Commanding at Dakhar), Sir Jasper Nicolls (Commander-in-Chief), Major-Gen. William Nott (Bengal Army), Major James Outram, Capt. Thomas Postans (Assistant Political Agent, Sukkur), Thomas Campbell Robertson (Supreme Council), Capt. Sinclair, Lieut.-Col. L. R. Stacy, Brig. Thomas Stevenson, James Thomason (Bengal Civil Service), Capt. W. J. Thompson, Lieut. Lewis Vardon, Capt. R. Wallace, Brig. Waters, Capt. Watkins, Gen. Wiltshire, Col. G. P. Wymer, W. Young (Assistant Political Agent, Shikarpore). (10) pp. 279-82, Note by John Jacob (Bombay Artillery), n.d. (11) pp. 337-42, 527, 541, Letters from Capt. E. J. Brown, 10th Oct. 1840--18th May 1841, to Lieut. Amiel, Capts. Le Mesurier, Postans and Thompson and Messrs. Vardon and W. Young. (12) pp. 382-3, Lieut. Thomas Postans (Assistant Political Agent, Sukkur) to J. R. Colvin 6th April 1840. (13) pp. 397-8, Major-Gen. Mossem Boyd (Bengal Army) to Brig. Edmund F. Waters (Bengal Army) 5th Aug. 1840. (14) pp. 542-4, Major James Outram (Political Agent, Lower Sind) to [Lieut. Pat. Theo.] French [23rd Bo. N.I.] 6th Oct. 1841. (15) pp. 545-609, Official Letters from A. R. Bell, 1st April 1840--31st Jan. 1841, to Capt. E. J. Brown, Capt. T. G. Carless (Superintendent, Steam Navigation, Sukkur), G. R. Clerk, Lieut. W. J. Eastwick (Assistant Political Agent, Shikarpore), W. Harris (Commanding H.C.'s S.V. Comet), Capt. W.J.B. Knyvett (Assistant Political Agent, Ferozepore), Sir W. H. Macnaghten, Lieut. Thomas Postans, Capt. Arthur C. Rainey (25th Beng. N.I., Assistant Political Agent, Simla), Lieut. Sinclair, Lieut.-Col. Stacy, Brig. Thomas Stevenson (Commanding at Sukkur), James Thomason (Secretary to Lieut.-Governor, N.W.P.), F. O. Wells (Accountant, N.W.P.).

Note: A. R. Bell died at Quetta 31st July 1841. Found amongst the papers of Sir Bartle Frere and presented to the India Office by Miss Frere in 1925, 21st May.


Letter Books of Andrew Ross Bell (Bengal Civil Service), Political Agent, Upper Sind, 1839-41, Semi-military orders and arrangements.  IOR/H/798  1839-1841

Contents:
(1) pp. 1-338, Demi-Official Letters from A. R. Bell, 7th June 1839--18th June 1841, to Lord Auckland, Capt. E. J. Brown, Sir Alexander Burnes (21st Bo. N.I.), Sir James Carnac (Governor of Bombay), J. R. Colvin (Private Secretary to Lord Auckland), Brig. Gordon (Commanding in Sukkur), Sir W. H. Macnaghten (Envoy), Thomas Herbert Maddock, Major-Gen. William Nott, Col. Pottinger (Resident, Hyderabad), T. C. Robertson, Lieut.-Col. Stacy, Henry Torrens (Bengal Civil Service). (2) pp. 339-713, Official Letters from A. R. Bell, 10th May 1839--27th Sept. 1840, to Capt. T. G. Carless, Capt. Thomas Clibborn (Deputy Postmaster, Sukkur), F. Currie (Secretary to Government of India), Brig. William Gordon, Lieut. Leckie (Assistant Resident, Hyderabad), T. H. Maddock (Secretary to Government of India), Political Agent, Shikarpore (? Lieut. W. J. Eastwick), Henry Whitelock Torrens (Bengal Civil Service, Deputy Secretary), F. P. Willoughby (Secretary, Bombay). (3) p. 484, Lieut. A. E. Ball (Indian Navy) to A. R. Bell 6th July 1839. (4) pp. 488-9, 490, Lieut. E. J. Brown (Assistant Political Agent, Upper Sind), to Capts. Clibborn and James Scott. (5) pp. 488, 493-6, Brig. William Gordon (Commanding in Upper Sind) to A. R. Bell 3rd and 8th Aug. 1839. (6) pp. 489-90, Capt. James Scott (Acting Sub-Assistant Commissary-General) to Lieut. E. J. Brown 6th Aug. 1839. (7) pp. 491-2, Capt. J. M. Watkins (Acting Major of Brigade, Sukkur), to Lieut. E. J. Brown 6th Aug. 1839. (8) pp. 505-6, Lieut. Thomas Postans to Capt. J. S. Down (Commanding at Shikarpore) 8th Aug. 1839.

Note: A. R. Bell died at Quetta 31st July 1841. Found amongst the papers of Sir Bartle Frere and presented to the India Office by Miss Frere in 1925, 21st May.


Papers concerning Lt Col Robert Kyd, including his proposal to establish a botanical garden at Calcutta.  IOR/H/799  1786-1788

Contents:
(1) pp. 1-201, Proceedings of the Supreme Council relative to the establishment of a Botanical Garden on the site of the old Fort of Mackwa Tannah at Calcutta 21st Aug. 1786 to 6th March 1788, proposed by Lieut.-Col. Robert Kyd in his letter of 15th April 1786 as a means towards the prevention of Famine and consequent Pestilence by the introduction of foreign Food plants and Trees such as the Sago and Date palms, in the same way as La Bourdounais saved the inhabitants of Bourbon and Mauritius from the constant threat of Famine by the introduction of the Manioc root. Includes Minutes and Correspondence by Sir John Macpherson (Governor-General), William Bruere, John Shore (Board of Revenue), John White (Sub-Secretary, Bengal), Jonathan Duncan (Preparer of Records, Revenue Department), John Kinloch (Collector of Burdwan), G. C. Meyer (Assistant Preparer of Records), Arthur Molony (Collector of Government Customs), Edward Hay (Secretary, Bengal), and Council of Supracargoes at Canton. (2) pp. 79-84, An apparently futile protest by Col. Kyd against the tyranny and cruelty exercised by the officials at the Customs Chokeys 6th April 1787.

Papers concerning a Voyage to Nootka Sound.  IOR/H/800  1786

Contents:
(1) pp. 1-145, Narrative of a Voyage to the North West Coast of America by James Strange, of the Madras Establishment, 1st Jan. to 15th Nov. 1786. This voyage was made under the patronage of David Scott (Chairman, 1796) in the ships Captain Cook (350 tons, Henry Lawrie, Master) and Experiment (150 tons, Guise, Master), the crews of both vessels being entirely European, with the object of discovering the possibility of establishing a Fur Trade with Nootka Sound, the capabilities of which place were described in Capt. Cook's Last Voyage. A rival attempt was made from Bengal in the Sea Otter (Tipping, Master), and certain charts by Capt. James Hanna (of the Sea Otter) and S. Wedgbrough (of the Experiment) are to be found in A. Dalrymple's Charts, Vol. II, Nos. 214 and 218, also a drawing of Scott's Bay dedicated by Dalrymple to Scott for his public spirit in patronizing the expedition; pp. 9-13, Rules for the management of the ships; p. 17, Hotel life in Batavia; p. 30, Attack on H.M.S. Swallow (Capt. Carteret) by Celebes pirates in 1768; p. 44, Precautions against scurvy; pp. 59 et seq., Nootka Sound and Friendly Harbour. [As elsewhere in the history of the Company, the medical skill of a surgeon (Dr. Mackay) was a chief factor in establishing friendly relations with the natives.] (2) pp. 147-61, Additions to Capt. Cook's Vocabulary of the Nootka Sound Language.

Supply of Machinery and Mechanics for the Calcutta Mint.  IOR/H/801  1825-1830

Contents:
(1) pp. i-vii, Index. (2) pp. 1-176, India House Correspondence, 3rd Feb. 1825--18th Aug. 1830, regarding the supply of Mechanics and Machinery for the Mint at Calcutta, between the Firms of Messrs. Boulton, Watt & Co. and George and John Rennie, J. Robinson signing for the former Firm (Originals) and Joseph Thompson (Conductor of the Correspondence with China and Clerk to the Secret Commercial Committee). (3) pp. 24-5, Names of Mechanics sent out. (4) pp. 89-90, A Medical Certificate by Dr. W. F. Chambers (Examining Physician to the Company) (Original).

Papers concerning Treaties and agreements made with Indian princes.  IOR/H/802  1818

Contents:
(1) pp. 1-4, Index to pp. 5-98, Cessions made to the East India Company from Native Chiefs ascertained by reference to the several Treaties concluded with them. The Index applies to the Numbers given to the respective Cessions. (2) pp. 101-2, Index to pp. 103-14 (separately paged), Territory, Revenue or Pecuniary Payments guaranteed or relinquished by the East India Company to Native Chiefs. (3) pp. 115-7, Index (as in (1) above) to pp. 119-84, Treaties containing Cessions to or among Native Chiefs. (4) p. 187, Index to pp. 189-216 (separately paged), Extracts from Treaties to show what portions of Native Territory are guaranteed or not guaranteed against hostile aggression. Nos. (1)-(4) above and (6) below were prepared in the Secret and Political Department of the India Board in the year 1818, possibly by T. B. Courtenay (Secretary to the Board of Control). (5) pp. 217-40, Memorandum of the arrangements respecting the Territories and Chiefs on the West of the Jumna. (6) pp. 241-82, Memorandum explanatory of (1)-(4) above 13th Feb. 1818.

Printed papers copied for Sir George Forrest from the Madras Records  IOR/H/803-806  1664-1785

4 volumes

Contents:
With manuscript or typed notes and extracts from other sources made by L M Anstey. Nearly all relate to the early affairs of the English settlements and trade in Bengal.

Printed Papers copied for Sir George Forrest from the Madras Records  IOR/H/803  1664-1708

Contents:
(1) pp. 1-12, Entries and Expenses at Hugly and Ballasore 21st Oct. 1664 to 30th Nov. 1665; pp. 351-5, Do. do. at Cossimbazar 30th Sept. 1671--30th Sept. 1672. (2) Proceedings of the Court of Committees, London. pp. 13-6, 13th Aug. 1675--15th Dec. 1676, Complaint of John Smith (Chief at Ballasore) against Matthias Vincent (Chief in the Bay, i.e. in Bengal), Recognition of the services of Job Charnock at Patna, Charges by Joseph Hall (Balasore) against Messrs. March and Vincent, Ill-behaviour of some of the Chaplains; pp. 479-80, 20th Jan. 1685, Prize money granted for service against the Mogul. (3) Proceedings of the Council of Fort St. George (i.e. Madras). pp. 17-23, 6th Feb. 1673/4--17th July 1677, Charges against Matthias Vincent, Powers of the Chief in the Bay (then Walter Clavell); pp. 27-41, 3rd Feb. 1676/7--7th Aug. 1678; pp. 147-58, 6th Jan.--17th July 1679, including letters to the Hon. Thomas Rolt (President of India, Persia, &c., and Governor of Bombay) and Council of Surat, Matthias Vincent and Council of the Bay, and Christopher Hatton (Chief at Masulipatam); pp. 229-30, 9th [Aug. 1680]; pp. 491-506, -- July to 22nd Nov. 1686, Instructions to Bengal, Capt. John Nicholson and Surat relative to War with the Mogul. (4) p. 25, Informations from the Bay 1675, Misbehaviour of the Company's servants and roguery of the Portuguese clerks. (5) Extracts from Court's Despatches to Fort St. George. p. 25, 24th Dec. 1675; pp. 25-6, 15th Dec. 1676, Insubordination of and quarrels amongst Company's servants in Bengal; pp. 241-8, 16th July to 14th Nov. 1680; pp. 273-9, 5th Jan. 1680/1; pp. 337-51, 5th Jan. 1680/1 to 19th Oct. 1681, including, pp. 349-51, Royal proclamation making Bengal independent of Fort St. George and appointing William Hedges the first Agent and Governor, William Gyfford retaining only Fort St. George and places in Coromandel 14th Nov. 1681; pp. 377-81, 26th March to 21st Dec. 1682; pp. 418-20, 29th Feb. 1683/4; pp. 431-2, 29th Feb. 1683/4; pp. 434-8, 14th Jan. to 13th Feb. 1684/5; pp. 441-5, 14th Jan. 1684/5; pp. 447-51, 14th Jan. 1685/6, Proposed seizure of Chittagong and raid on Dacca by a fleet under the command of Capt. (Vice-Admiral) John Nicholson; pp. 451-3, 24th Feb. 1685/6; pp. 477-9, 27th Jan. 1685/6; pp. 507, 509-10, 7th Jan. to -- March 1686/7; pp. 563-5, 16th April 1697 to 30th Dec. 1698; pp. 581-2, 31st July 1702, with, pp. 582-9, Instructions by the Managers of the United Trade to the East Indies to Thomas Pitt and Council for Fort St. George as to their conduct on the union of the Old and New Companies. (6) Lists of Company's Servants in Bengal. pp. 39-40, in 1678; pp. 236-8, in 1679. This latter gives, beside names, posts, dates of arrival and salaries. (7) Letters from the various Councils in Bengal regarding trade to the Council of Fort St. George. pp. 43-102, 15th Aug. 1677--29th Nov. 1678; pp. 357-76, 5th Sept. 1681 -- 10th Aug. 1682; pp. 389-90, 1st July 1682; pp. 455-75, 12th May to 31st Oct. 1685; pp. 517-9, 10th Nov. 1687; pp. 521-35, 16th Feb. 1687/8 to 19th Nov. 1688. (8) p. 158, Departure of Streynsham Master (Governor of Fort St. George), with certain Factors and Writers, on a tour of inspection in Bengal 1st Aug. 1679. (9) pp. 158-71, 173-6, Proceedings of Streynsham Master, Richard Mohun (Factor, Madras) and (later) Richard Edwards (Chief at Balasore) in Masulipatam 9th Aug. to 5th Sept. 1679, including letters to Richard Edwards and Council Balasore, Matthias Vincent and Council Hughly and Joseph Hynmers (Deputy Governor, Fort St. George). William Bellamy drowned at Balasore (p. 161) and Thomas Labrum (a sailor) carried off by a tiger (ibid). (10) pp. 176-97, Proceedings of Streynsham Master, Matthias Vincent and Richard Mohun at Hughly 19th Sept. to 30th Nov. 1679, including letters to Richard Edwards and Joseph Hynmers. (11) pp. 198-200, Proceedings of Streynsham Master and Richard Mohun at Hughly 13th Nov. 1679, including Letters to Christopher Hatton (Chief at Masulipatam), Joseph Hynmers and Matthias Vincent. (12) pp. 200-6, Proceedings of Streynsham Master at Cossimbazar 17th to 25th Nov. 1679, including letters to Matthias Vincent and Capt. Nehemiah Earning (Mariner). (13) pp. 207-27, Proceedings of Streynsham Master, Richard Mohan and Edward Littleton (Council at Hugli) at Cossimbazar 26th Nov. to 26th Dec. 1679, including letters to Vincent, Hynmers, Hatton, John Field and Council of Madapollam, Job Charnock (Chief at Patna) and John Byam (of Balasore). N.B.--p. 220, Malik Kasim succeeded by Shaista Khan as Governor in Bengal c. 13th Dec. 1679. (14) pp. 231-9, Regulations for the better ordering of the Company's Affairs in the Bay of Bengal, Drawn up by Streynsham Master, Matthias Vincent and Richard Mohun at Hugli 12th Dec. 1679. (15) pp. 249-72, 281-93, Letters from Matthias Vincent, Job Charnock (replaced later by Edward Littleton) and Francis Ellis (Hughly Council) 4th Dec. 1680 to 13th May 1681 to Fytch Needham (Chief at Malda), Samuel Hervy (Chief at Dacca), James Sowdon (Writer at Hughly), Capt. Samuel Chamlet (Mariner), Edward Littleton (Chief at Cossimbazar), Job Charnock (Second at Hugli), George Herron, Capt. William Talbott (Mariner), Capt. Nathaniel Horsman (Mariner), Capt. Jonathan Hide (Mariner), John Byam and Council (Balasore), Samuel Sherman, Thomas Nevinson and George Peacock (Chief at Patna). (16) p. 273, Court to Streynsham Master 5th Jan. 1680/1, Dismissal with order to make over charge to William Gyfford. (17) pp. 293-336, Letters from Matthias Vincent, Edward Littleton, Francis Ellis and R. Frenchfield, 21st May to 12th Nov. 1681, to John Byam, Thomas Nevinson, Job Charnock, George Peacock, Samuel Hervy, Fytch Needham, George Herron, Samuel Sherman, Capt. Nehemiah Earning, Jonathan Prickman (Third at Malda), Capt. James Cooke (Mariner), Henry Stanley, Capt. John Goldsborough (Mariner). (18) Extracts from letters from Court to Bengal. pp. 382-7, 5th March 1683; pp. 415-7, 2nd July 1684; pp. 421-30, 18th April to 24th Oct. 1684; pp. 432-3, 12th Aug. 1685; pp. 438-41, 13th Feb. 1684/5--26th Nov. 1685; pp. 445-7, 17th June 1685; pp. 480-9, 20th Jan. 1685/6, Instructions relative to the War with the Mogul, including, p. 487, the Royal approval (No Captain appointed for the troops despatched, the "ancient custom" of the Company being to keep the soldiers under the command of the Chief of Council); pp. 507, 510-5, 7th Jan. 1686/7 and 8th April 1687 to 25th Jan. 1687/8; pp. 547-53, 27th Aug. 1688, Instructions consequent on the Peace with the Mogul; pp. 559-63 -- 1697; pp. 565-7, 26th Aug. 1698; pp. 575-9, 26th Feb. 1702; Instructions consequent upon the union of the Old and New Companies; pp. 590-1, 17th April 1708, Destruction of the Settlement at Banjarmassin in Borneo. (19) pp. 391-411, Samuel Hervy (Chief at Dacca) to Court 13th July 1682 defending himself against charges of immorality, &c., brought by the President, Matthias Vincent, and letter of 30th June 1682 from James Hervy and John Pownsett (Factors at Dacca) to Vincent and Council, protesting against the charges as aimed also at themselves. (20) pp. 413-5, Company's Proclamation 29th Dec. 1683 revoking Commission granted to William Hedges 14th Nov. 1681 (see (5) above) and replacing Bengal under Fort St. George. (21) p. 453, Court to Council at Priaman or elsewhere on the West Coast of Sumatra 9th June 1686. (22) Court to the Hon. Sir John Child (General) and Council, Bombay. pp. 459-60, 24th April 1685; pp. 555-8, 28th Feb. 1688/9 to 30th April 1689. (23) Council, Fort St. George, to Bengal. pp. 537-43, 545, 26th April 1688; pp. 558-9, 16th Oct. 1689. (24) pp. 543-4, Council, Fort St. George, to Capt. William Heath (Defence) 16th Aug. 1686, Instructions relative to the Bengal Expedition. (25) pp. 555-8, Council, Fort St. George, to Council, Bombay, 28th Feb. 1688/9 to 30th April 1689. (26) pp. 569-72, Council, Bengal, to Court 14th Dec. 1694. (27) p. 573, Council, Fort St. George, to Court 30th Dec. 1696.

Note: Many of the documents in this volume are printed in The Diaries of Streynsham Master, 1675-80, edited by Sir Richard C. Temple (Indian Records Series, 1911).


Papers from Bengal and Madras.  IOR/H/804  1746-1785

Contents:
(1) pp. 1-98, Press List of Bengal and Madras Papers 1746-85, contained in this and H/805, with Preface by the late Dr. C. R. Wilson, dated 8th Dec. 1902; pp. 1-567, Papers extracted from the Bengal and Madras Consultations by the late Sir George Forrest and printed by the Record Department of the Government of India, Calcutta. They were ostensibly collected for the preparation of a life of Robert Clive, but, as indicated below, see (2)-(28), contain a large quantity of other interesting matter. (2) pp. 7-8, Admiral Curtis Barnett to Governor Bonsack of Tranquebar 6th April 1746, repelling a charge of breach of neutrality. (3) pp. 36-7, Petition of Capt. Edward English (Bengal Army) to the President, Fort William -- April 1748; p. 38, Rejected on the advice of the Captains and Lieutenants of the Garrison. (4) p. 50, Admiral Hyde Parker to Bengal Council 18th Aug. 1748, refusing to give up volunteers or "to deny the protection of His Majesty's colours to those who complain of the injurious treatment of their officers." There are numerous cross-complaints recorded of Company's soldiers running off to enlist in the Navy and of sailors from the Navy deserting to enlist in the Company's battalion. (5) pp. 53-4, Correspondence relative to the murder of the boatswain of the Winchelsea (Capt. Christopher Baron) by some of the crew, 1748. (6) pp. 55-6, 111-2, 117-9, Capt. Jonathan Ranson's (Master Attendant, Bengal) reports 30th Nov. 1748 to 6th May 1751, on the state of the River Hugli; pp. 135-8, Ranson's dismissal for making malicious charges against Harry Smyth and Warren Hastings 30th Nov. 1751. (7) Capt. Robert Wilson (H.M.S. Apollo) to Bengal Council 12th Dec. 1748, Complains of insulting behaviour of some of the crew of the Company's vessel Lapwing. (8) pp. 61-2, Correspondence between Aliverdi Khan (Nawab of Bengal) and the Bengal Council regarding complaints of exercise of the right of search by the English in the case of foreign vessels in the Hugli 1748. (9) p. 64, Memorial of Bengal Military Officers asking for House-Allowance 20th April 1749. (10) p. 67, Memorial to Council of Armenian Merchants resident in Calcutta 15th May 1749. (11) p. 107, Charges brought against Robert Clive by the Rev. Francis Fordyce at Fort St. David 1748/9. (12) p. 120, Correspondence between Adam Dawson (President, Bengal) with Aliverdi Khan relative to charges against Ram Kissen Seth, one of the Company's Dadney Merchants, August 1751; p. 133, Correspondence between Dawson and Coja Wazeed relative to Deepchund's Money Deposit 23rd to 24th Oct. 1751. (13) pp. 171-2, Accounts of George Pigot (Commissary, Madras) and Robert Clive (Steward, Madras) for expenses of Company's troops serving with the Nawab Anwaruddin Khan 1751. (14) pp. 195, 224, John Pinson (Master Attendant, Bengal) to Council 25th Sept. and 27th Oct. 1752. (15) pp. 216-7, Complimentary correspondence between Roger Drake (President, Bengal) and Aliverdi Khan 1752. (16) pp. 224-5, Bartholomew Plaisted to William Frankland 27th Oct. 1752, Repairs to the Hospital at Calcutta. (17) pp. 237-8, Govindram Metre to Council, Bengal, 20th Nov. 1752, explaining that as the consumption of foodstuffs remains practically constant there must be a rise in revenue when the prices are raised in consequence of famine so long as the rate of duty remains unaltered. (18) p. 247, Capt. Thomas Stevens to Council, Bengal, 14th Dec. 1752, Mutinous behaviour of the crew of the Oxford. (19) pp. 249-51, Report on the reasons for unavoidable inequality of the Goods exported by C. Manningham and William Frankland (Export Ware-House Keepers) 17th Dec. 1752. (20) pp. 265-6, John Wood (Free Merchant) to Council, Bengal, 15th Jan. 1753, Diminution of the privileges of Free Merchants; pp. 277-8, Deprived of his Indentures as a Free Merchant and ordered to return to Europe on a complaint from Zephaniah Holwell (Zamindar) of interfering with him in the course of his duty 30th April 1753. (21) pp. 283-5, John Afton (Master Attendant) to Bengal Council 14th May 1753, Survey of the Hugli. (22) p. 285, Omichand's Agreement for the supply of Opium 1753. (23) pp. 289-97, Correspondence between Thomas Saunders (President, Madras) and Mons. Dupleix (Governor of Pondicherry) 1752-53, Mutual recriminations between the French and English as to their conduct when acting as allies of the native Princes, including letters and declarations by Robert Clive, Capt. James Repington and Mons. Jean Law. (24) p. 299, Court of Directors' acknowledgment of the services of Robert Clive 1753-54. (25) pp. 397-418, 423-41, 506-10, 514-38, 555-67, Papers concerning the recovery of Calcutta by Admiral Watson and Robert Clive and the overthrow of Siraj-ud-daula 1757. (26) pp. 419-22, Claims by Messrs. William Watts and Matthew Collet that Roger Drake and his Council by withdrawal from Calcutta have abdicated their authority; pp. 543-6, Decision of the Madras Council that they have not abdicated. (27) pp. 443-505, 510-4, 546-54, Papers concerning the quarrel with Siraj-ud-daula, his capture of Cossimbazar and Calcutta and the Black Hole (note especially the French evidence in a letter from Chandernagore dated 3rd July 1756 on p. 553 and that in the letter from the Madras Council to the Directors dated 13th Oct. 1756 on pp. 560-1). (28) pp. 505-6, Major James Killpatrick to the Directors 25th Jan. 1757, mildly protesting against the diminution of the allowances attached to his rank.

Papers from Bengal and Madras.  IOR/H/805  1756-1785

Contents:
(1) pp. i-vii, Accounts of the Loss of Calcutta and of the Black Hole in 1756 from the Scots Maqazine and the Edinburgh Courant. Made by S. C. Hill for his Bengal in 1756-57 (Printed). (2) pp. 569-1188, Continuation of H/804. Extracts from Consultations and Letter Books (all Printed), including (3)-(7) below. (3) pp. 569-673, 865-90, Robert Clive's Correspondence with the Country Powers in Bengal 15th Dec. 1756 to 23rd June 1758. For details see H/193. (4) Robert Clive, pp. 676-8, 680-2, 689-92, 777-8, 782-7, 862-4, 958-9, to Madras Council or Select Committee 8th Jan. 1757--20th Aug. 1759; pp. 699, 827, 854-5, to Bengal Council and Select Committee 20th Jan. 1757--23rd Nov. 1758; pp. 701-2, to Admiral Watson 24th Feb. 1757; pp. 741-6, 754-5, 759-62, to Directors and Secret Committee 26th July--23rd Dec. 1757; pp. 1150-61, Minute regarding the state of the Country and necessity of continuing the Select Committee after his departure now necessitated by ill-health. (5) pp. 678-81, 692-4, 789-90, Clive's Military Journals in Bengal (Printed in Hill's Bengal in 1756-57. Vol. III) (6) Admiral Charles Watson. pp. 682-3, 685-6, 695-6, 699, 775-6, to the Madras Council and Select Committee 14th Jan.--11th Aug. 1757; pp. 701-2, to Robert Clive 27th Feb. 1757; pp. 707-11, 712-5, to John Cleveland (Admiralty) 31st Jan. to 31st March 1757; pp. 683-4, Correspondence with Siraj-ud-daula. (7) pp. 684-5, 711-2, Capt. King's Account of the taking of Hugli (Printed in Hill's Bengal in 1756-57, II, 201-3). The first of the two accounts has an additional paragraph saying that the corn magazines, which extended two miles, were burned and the city entirely destroyed. (8) p. 686, Capt. Thomas Warwick's (H.M.S. Thunder Bomb) account of the attack on the Nawab's Camp 5th Feb. 1757 (Printed in Hill's Bengal in 1756-57, II, 253-4). This account mentions the loss of two field-pieces in the march back. (9) pp. 694-5, Capitulation of Chandernagore 13th March 1757. (10) Capt. John Brohier. p. 703, to Council, Madras, 10th May 1757; pp. 763-72, 805-6, to Council, Bengal, 25th July 1757--21st Feb. 1758, Rebuilding and fortification of Calcutta. (11) pp. 705, 775, Col. John Adlercron to Madras Council 21st June and 22nd Sept. 1757. (12) pp. 717-24, Logs of H.M. Ships Kent (5th Dec. 1756--24th March 1757) and Tyger (22nd and 23rd March 1757), Passage up the Hugli, taking of Calcutta, Hugli and Chandernagore. (13) pp. 725-35, Military Returns of the Troops with Clive in Bengal. (14) pp. 787-9, Siraj-ud-daula's correspondence with M. Bussy and Jean Law 1757. (15) p. 791, Treaty with Mir Jafar (Twelve Articles only, omitting the eighth Article promising 20 lakhs of rupees to Omichand--see Hill's Bengal in 1756-57, II, 384-5). (16) pp. 799-801, Charles Douglas (6th Jan. 1758) and David Rannie (12th Jan. 1758) to Bengal Council asking payment of Company's Bonds. (17) Col. Francis Forde. pp. 804, 806, 905, Correspondence with Bengal Council relative to acceptance of the post of Major in Bengal 1758 and his Deccan expedition; pp. 894, 901, 934, 940-3, 945, 946, 948-9, 951-3, 955-8, 961, Correspondence with Madras Council relative to the Deccan expedition 21st Nov. 1758--8th Oct. 1759; pp. 900-1, to John Andrews (Chief at Vizagapatam) 7th and 11th Dec. 1758. (18) p. 808, Capt. George Frederick Gaupp (Madras Army) to Bengal Council 6th March 1758, Allowances and Batta in Bengal. (19) pp. 809-10, Parwana of the lands on Berhampore Plain 23rd Feb. 1758. (20) pp. 811-2, Request to the Bengal Council of Portuguese seamen to be allowed to enlist in the military 1758. (21) pp. 813-24, Papers concerning claims for restitution for losses by Europeans, Armenians, &c. (22) p. 831, Petition of Edward Handle (Arrack Farmer, Calcutta) to Bengal Council 18th July 1758. (23) pp. 837-40, 857, Complaint by Military Officers in Bengal of supersession by Capt. Goven (? Govin) from Bombay 1758. (24) p. 841, Capt. John Durand's justification of his leaving his ship, the Restitution, subsequently seized by French prisoners. (25) pp. 855-6, Petition by junior Company's servants for permission to continue the use of Palanquins. (26) pp. 895-900, Extracts from the Journal of Transactions during the siege of Fort St. George by Lally 12th Dec. 1758--17th Feb. 1759. The whole Journal has been printed by the Madras Government amongst the copies of its Records. (27) p. 903, George Pocock (Vice Admiral of the Red) to Madras Council 20th Nov. 1758. (28) pp. 936-9, Major Stringer Lawrence to Madras Council 19th March 1759. (29) pp. 946-7, 963-4, John Andrews (Chief at Vizagapatam) to Madras Council 21st May 1759 with the Treaty of 14th May between Col. Forde and Salabat Jang. (30) Col. Eyre Coote. pp. 963, 967-9, 974-7, 979-81, 984-5, 989-91, 993-6, 999-1003, to Madras Council 28th Oct. to 29th Dec. 1759; pp. 1042, 1053-6, 1061-4, to Bengal Council 29th April to 11th July 1761. (31) p. 978, 995, Capt. Joseph Smith (Madras Army) to Eyre Coote 23rd Nov. and 5th Dec. 1759. (32) pp. 993-4, Capt. John Wood (Madras Army) to Eyre Coote 10th Dec. 1759. (33) pp. 1006-8, Capt. Martin White (Bengal Army) to Bengal Council 29th Dec. 1760. (34) Major John Carnac (Bengal Army) pp. 1008-17, 1020-3, 1030-9, 1043-4, 1060-3, 1089-91, 1103-5, 1109-10, to Bengal Council 5th-19th Jan. 1761, Campaign against the Shahzada and Shuja-ud-daula; pp. 1085-7, 1093-5, Correspondence with Shuja-ud-daula and Beni Bahadur. (35) p. 1011, Major Martin Yorke (Bengal Army) to Bengal Council 22nd Jan. 1761. (36) p. 1014, Capt. John Stables (Bengal Army) to Bengal Council 17th Jan. 1761. (37) pp. 1014-5, 1017-8, John Johnstone (Chief at Midnapur) to Bengal Council 3rd and 8th Feb. 1761, Trouble amongst the Zamindars. (38) pp. 1049-52, Instructions given by the French East India-Company to M. Lally (its Military Commander), M. le Comte d'Aché (Commander of the Fleet) and to M. Magon (Governor of Mauritius) to destroy all the English Settlements 1756. (39) pp. 1064-5, William McGwire (Chief at Patna) to Bengal Council 29th June 1761. (40) pp. 1073-4, 1077-8, Capt. William Jennings (Bengal Army) to Bengal Council 12th Feb. 1764, Mutiny of Europeans on the Karamnasa. (41) pp. 1087-8, James Hope (Resident, Cuttack) to Bengal Council 13th April 1764. (42) pp. 1113-8, Mutinous behaviour of the Sepoy Regiments August 1764. (43) pp. 1124-8, 1135, 1138-40, Major Hector Munro to Bengal Council 25th Oct. to 22nd Nov. 1764, Victory of Buxar. (44) pp. 1136-8, Claims of King's and Naval Officers to share of the Nawab's donation for the victory of Buxar. (45) pp. 1145-50, Dismissal of European Officers for mutinous support of Sir Robert Fletcher, Case of Lieut. William Vertue 1767. (46) pp. 1163-8, Progress of the New Works at Calcutta under Capt. Fleming Martin, Chief Engineer, 7th Nov. 1767--18th Jan. 1768. (47) pp. 1169-88, Bengal Secret Consultations 3rd-19th Feb. 1785, Departure of Warren Hastings, Letters to the Country Powers by Hastings and his successor John Macpherson, Demand of the Nizam for a New Treaty.

Extracts from records concerning Madras, including material about Robert Clive's career.  IOR/H/806  1742-1762

Contents:
(1) pp. 1-353, Notes and Extracts (from Madras and Fort St. David Factory Records), Consultations and Letter Books, Court's Despatches to and Letters from Madras and Fort St. David and the Collection known as the Orme MSS. The printed extracts are copies of papers in H/803-5 above. A few papers are worth notice, viz. (2)-(7) below. (2) p. 2, Extracts from Court Minutes 15th Dec. 1742, Clive's appointment as a Writer. (3) pp. 23-6, 104-69, 208-57, Extracts from the Orme MSS. of Papers written by or supplied by Clive regarding his early military career, including letters from Capt. John Dalton and James Repington (p. 319, had previously served the Company as a Lieutenant at St. Helena), Thomas Saunders and Robert Palk; also, pp. 123-40, Accounts of the siege of Arcot by a Sergeant and by Dr. Wilson. (On p. 128 the Sergeant mentions the possibility of reduction by famine, which on p. 132 he says has been obviated. On p. 139 Dr. Wilson says a vast number of cattle were taken into the Fort. On p. 258 Saunders notes, 4th Sept. 1751, that he intends to lay in as large a stock of Provisions as he can, and, p. 263, on 21st Oct. 1751, notes a letter from Clive saying that he is invested in the Fort but has three months' provisions. The only evidence supporting the statement that the garrison suffered from Famine is Clive's deposition, p. 330B, that Frenchmen amongst the besiegers made it a custom to "upbraid them with their want of Provisions.") (4) pp. 100-1, Plan of a Treaty with the French drawn up by Robert Orme and submitted to Lord Bute by Clive August 1762. (From the Orme MSS.) (5) Extracts from the India Office Collection known as Miscellaneous Letters Received. p. 102, Holles Newcastle to Directors 30th Sept. 1757, recommending Clive to their favour; p. 340, Clive to Directors 8th March 1755, recommending Capt. Edmund Maskelyne for an appointment; p. 351, Memorandum by Thomas Saunders 5th Oct. 1755 in reference to his despatch to India in both a Civil and Military capacity that "the former is his particular genius"; p. 350, Clive to Robert James (Secretary to the East India Company) 30th March 1755, mentioning his support by Mr. Fox. (6) pp. 170-207, Extracts from the Orme MSS., Letters to Clive from Stringer Lawrence 7th April--21st Oct. 1752 on military affairs. (7) pp. 319-20, Madras Public Proceedings 3rd Jan. 1753, Saunders mentions that he had offered Clive "a Major's brevet to a glorious purpose would his health have permitted him to accept it." (See 5 above.)

Documents from the collections of Sir George Forrest CIE  IOR/H/807-814  1746-1859

8 volumes

Administrative history:
Presented by Sir George Forrest's widow 1926. The transfer of H/807-811 was sanctioned by the Earl of Powis since the volumes contained transcripts from the Clive Manuscripts in his possession.

Documents from the collections of Sir George Forrest, C.I.E.  IOR/H/807  1757-1761

Contents:
(1) pp. 1-58, Copies of letters from Major Eyre Coote to Clive 9th July to 10th Sept. 1757. (2) pp. 59-281, Copies of letters from Warren Hastings to Clive 13th Aug. 1758 to 26th Feb. 1761.

Documents from the collections of Sir George Forrest, C.I.E.  IOR/H/808  1757-1766

Contents:
(1) pp. 1-169, Copies of letters to Clive, 2nd Jan. 1757 to 17th Oct. 1759, from the Bengal Council, the Madras Council, P. Bussy, John Call, Roger Drake, Major James Killpatrick, W. S. King, N. Lowis, Chas. Manningham, Edmund Maskelyne, John Payne, P. R. Pearkes, George Pigot, Admiral Pocock, Luke Scrafton, Thomas Sedgwick, Henry Speke, Laurence Sulivan, Henry Vansittart, John Walsh, Admiral Watson, William Watts and William Wilson. (2) pp. 170-223, Copies of letters to Clive, 24th Jan. 1761 to 30th Dec. 1763, from the Secret Committee in London, John Caillaud, John Call, Major John Carnac, Henry Clive, B. A. Sykes, Laurence Sulivan, and Henry Vansittart. (3) pp. 224-69, Copies of letters to Clive, 14th Feb. 1765 to 18th Jan. 1766, from James Oglethorpe, Henry Verelst, John Walsh, and George Williamson.

Documents from the collections of Sir George Forrest, C.I.E.  IOR/H/809  1750-1773

Contents:
(1) pp. 1-106, Copies of letters (with list) from Clive, 1st Sept. 1750 to 3rd Feb. 1773, to the Court of Directors, the Bengal Council, Capt. Richard Allwright, Peter Amyatt,--Andrewes, Sir Robert Barker, A. P. Campbell, Gen. Carnac, George Clive, Roger Drake, Sir Robert Fletcher, Col. Forde, Lord Grenville (?), Warren Hastings, W. S. King, Ralph Leycester, Randolph Marriott, Edmund Maskelyne, Sir Robert Palk, Thomas Rous, Henry Savage, Major Stibbert, W. B. Summer, Francis Sykes, Capt. Edward Tiddeman, and Henry Verelst. Also summaries of some other letters and a few miscellaneous documents. (2) pp. 107-392, Copies of letters from Clive, 11th Oct. 1756 to 21st Aug. 1759, to the Court of Directors, the Secret Committee, the Bengal Council, the Bengal Secret Committee, Peter Amyatt, Lord Barrington, William Belchier, Adrian Bisdom, Edward Clive, Richard Clive, M. Courtin, Roger Drake, M. Fleurin, Col. Forde, Henry Fox, Warren Hastings, [Charles] Hutchins[on] (Governor of St. Helena), Major Killpatrick, William Mabbott, Charles Manningham, Robert Orme, John Payne, George Pigot, Admiral Pocock, Peter Renault, Luke Scrafton, Laurence Sulivan, W. B. Sumner, Henry Vansittart, Admiral Watson and William Watts. (3) pp. 393-452, Copies of letters from Clive, 17th April to 30th Sept. 1765, to the Court of Directors, the Bengal Committee,--Amphlett, H. C. Boulton, Alexander Campbell, Gen. Carnac, John Cartier,--Chamier, Sir Lawrence Dundas, Sir Robert Fletcher, Francis Hare, Thomas Rous, Col. [Richard] Smith, W. B. Sumner, F. Sykes, Henry Verelst and Clive's agents in England.

Documents from the collections of Sir George Forrest, C.I.E.  IOR/H/810  1758-1767

Contents:
Copies of letters received by Lady Clive from (1) her husband 4th June 1764 to 14th July 1767; (2) Henry Strachey 4th June 1764 to 25th April 1767; (3) Gen. Carnac 4th and 15th Dec. 1766; (4) Edmund Maskelyne 19th Oct. 1764 to 21st May 1767; (5) Capt. Richard Walpole (two) 7th Nov. 1758. Also copy of a letter from Clive to his son Edward 31st Jan. 1766.

Documents from the collections of Sir George Forrest, C.I.E.  IOR/H/811  n.d.

Contents:
(1) pp. 1-12, a list of the Clive MSS. (2) pp. 13-474, a catalogue, by Mr. L. F. Rushbrook Williams, C.B.E., of part of the Clive MSS.

Documents from the collections of Sir George Forrest, C.I.E.: transcripts from the records at Pondicherry.  IOR/H/812  1750-1776

Contents:
(1) pp. 1-59, Mémoire historique (events in Southern India 1750-54, and position of the French in 1755). (2) pp. 60-91, Mémoire sur l'Inde [about 1755], with (p. 74) a comparison of the French and English establishments, and (pp. 87-8) an account of the revenues and expenses of the French factory at Masulipatam. (3) pp. 92-111, Notice sur les éstablissements Européens dans la prequ'ile de l'Inde 1759, with a short description of the country. (4) pp. 112-28, Description de l'Isle de Bombay 1770(?), with a translation of the first portion. (5) pp. 130-76, Mémoire sur l'administration des établissements français aux Indes Orientales, Pondichéry, 21st Jan. 1776.

Documents from the collections of Sir George Forrest, C.I.E.: transcripts from the records at Pondicherry.  IOR/H/813  1776-1785

Contents:
(1) pp. 1-9, Situation des Anglais dans l'Indoustan de l'année 1776, followed (pp. 11-33) by a list of the officers in the British forces 8th May 1777. (2) pp. 35-55, L'état politique de l'Inde an commencement de... 1777, by Jean Law of Lauriston. (3) pp. 57-150, Observations sur l'état politique actuel de l'Inde, remises á M. de Bellecombe par M. Law de Laureston, February 1778. (4) pp. 151-314, Correspondence du Marquis de Bussy avec M. de Suffren et reciproquement 21st Feb.--5th Oct. 1783. (5) pp. 316-778, Correspondances administratives de Pondichéry avec le Ministre, April 1782--20th March 1785, with (p. 662) a memoir on the state of the Mogul empire, the Indian princes, and the Mahrattas, March 1784.

Documents from the collections of Sir George Forrest, C.I.E.: Miscellaneous documents.  IOR/H/814  1746-1859

Contents:
(1) pp. 1-19, Extracts from the Fort St. David Records relative to the Siege of Madras 1746. (2) pp. 20-52, Letters from Col. Clive to Major Eyre Coote during the latter's pursuit of Law in 1757 (copied from the Orme MSS. in the India Office Library). (3) p. 54, Reproduction of a French plan of Pondicherry. (4) pp. 56-62, Extracts relative to the career of Major-Gen. Michael Kennedy, including an account of the loss of the Brilliant in 1782. (5) pp. 64-79, Notes from the records of the Calcutta High Court 1781-86. (6) pp. 80-154, Copy of a letter from Major L. Macquarie 24th May 1799 to -- Forbes, with a Journal of the march of the Bombay Army and the assault upon Seringapatam. (7) pp. 156-298, Notes on the history of Fort William, Calcutta, with extracts from records 1754-57. (8) pp. 300-34, Copies of letters from Major E. E. Larkins and Gen. H. M. Wheeler at Cawnpore 1857. (9) p. 335, Tracing of a Plan of Wheeler's entrenchments. (10) p. 336, Map of the Campaign in Oudh 1858-59. (11) pp. 337-401, Memoirs of Gen. Sir William Olpherts. (12) pp. 403-45, Services of Capt. G. W. W. Fulton, with copy of his journal at Lucknow 1857. (13) pp. 447-50, Services of Lieut. W. J. Johnson in the Crimea and during the Mutiny. (14) pp. 451-75, Seditious proclamation issued during the Mutiny, a Muhammadan prophecy of the expulsion of the English.

Additional deposits now transferred to India Office Private Papers section  IOR/H/815-864  [n.d.]

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