Correspondence Relative to Sinde, 1836-1838: Presented to Both Houses of Parliament, by Command of Her Majesty, 1843

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Draft of Treaty to be proposed to the Ameers of Hyderabad i4 a
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Sir John Kearie to the GovernorGeneral
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144 Agreement for the Surrender of Kurachee 1 r v t SmriiiM TJFMiiPst
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The Envoy wftftSWaK Shooja to Sir A BMryi February
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160? The Secretary with the GovernorGeneral to the
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The Envoy with Shah Shbojao the SeekjttS
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18 Sir A Burnes to the Envoy with Shah
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Lieutenant Leckie to the Resident in Sinde July 15
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The Political Agent in Upper Sinde to the Secretary with the GovernorGeneral
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The Secretary with the GovernorGeneral to the Resident in Sinde September 2
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The Resident in Sinde to the Secretary with the GovernorGeneral
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The Resident in Sinde to the Secretary with the GovernorGeneral October 10
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The Resident in Sinde to the Political Agent in Lower Sinde January 25
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The Political Agent in Lower Sinde to the Secretary to the Government of India
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No Page
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The Political Agent in Lower Sinde to the Secretary to the Government of India
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Schedule of the Villages and Districts possessed by the Ameers of Khyrpore Revenue
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Family of the Ameers of Khyrpore
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The GovernorGeneral of India in Council to the Secret Committee November 16
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The Political Agent in Lower Sinde to the Secretary to the Government of India
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Agreement under the Seal of Sir A Burnes December 26 1838
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Lieutenant Postans to the Political Agent in Lower Sinde May 10
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September 6
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September 20
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No 2
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Sir A Burnes to the Resident in Sinde
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No Page 380 Sir C Napier to the Secretary with the GovernorGeneral October 311842 429
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October
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October
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by Sir A Burnes No 3
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f r 2 Remarks Major Outram to Sir C Napier October 20
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o r 7 Statement of Hajee a native of Teree servant of Mahomed Shureef taken before
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Examination of Abba Bier August 15
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Gungadhur to Captain Pope August 22
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The Secretary to the Government of India to the Political Agent in Lower Sinde
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Sir A Burnes to the Secretary to the Government of India December 28
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The GovernorGeneral to Sir C Napier November 3
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The GovernorGeneral to Sir C Napier November 4
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The GovernorGeneral to the Ameers of Hyderabad November 4
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The GovernorGeneral to Meer Nusseer Khan of Hyderabad November 4
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The GovernorGeneral to Meer Roostum Khan and Meer Nussser Khun of Khyrpore November 4
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Draft of a Treaty with the Ameers of Khyrpore November 4
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Sir C Napier to the GovernorGeneral November 5
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Table showing the interest of each Ameer in the Towns and Districts under discussion
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The Secretary with the GovernorGeneral to Sir C Napier November 11
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Vizier Kurrum Khan Talpoor to Maharajah Shere Sing April 26
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Major Outram to the Envoy at the Court of Lahore October 24 448
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Intelligence from Sukkur November 2
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Intelligence from Hyderabad Nov 10 to 15
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The GovernorGeneral to Sir C Napier November 14
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Intelligence from Sinde Nov 15 to 20
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Sir C Napier to the GovernorGeneral November 17
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Sir C Napier to the GovernorGeneral November 18
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The Secretary with the GovernorGeneral to Sir C Napier November 19
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Sir C Napier to the GovernorGeneral November 23
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The Secretary with the GovernorGeneral to Major Outram November 24
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Sir C Napier to the GovernorGeneral November 26
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Sir C Napier to Meer Roostum Khan November 26
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Sir C Napier to the GovernorGeneral November 30
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The GovernorGeneral to Sir C Napier December 3
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Sir C Napier to the GovernorGeneral December 7
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Sir C Napier to the GovernorGeneral December 8
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The GovernorGeneral to Sir C Napier December 13
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Intelligence from Sinde Dec 7 to 13
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Sir C Napier to the GovernorGeneral December 14
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Meer Nusseer Khan to Sir C Napier
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The GovernorGeneral to Sir C Napier December 15
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Sir C Napier to the GovernorGeneral December 18
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Sir C Napier to the GovernorGeneral December 20
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The GovernorGeneral to Sir C Napier December 20
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The GovernorGeneral to Sir C Napier December 25
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Intelligence from Sinde Dec 21 to 27
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Sir C Napier to the GovernorGeneral December 27
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The GovernorGeneral to Sir C Napier December 29
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Intelligence from Sinde Dec 1842 Jan 1843
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Sir C Napier to the GovernorGeneral December 31 1842
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The GovernorGeneral to Sir C Napier January 61843
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The GovernorGeneral to Sir C Napier January 9 1
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Sir C Napier to Major Outram January 15
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512 페이지 - ... bold and skilful swordsmen under the superior power of the musket and bayonet. At one time, my Lord, the courage and numbers of the enemy against the 22nd, the 25th, and the 12th regiments, bore heavily in that part of the battle. There was no time to be lost, and 1 sent orders to the cavalry to force the right of the enemy's line.
118 페이지 - Singh and his heirs and successors will act in subordinate co-operation with the British Government and acknowledge its supremacy ; and will not have any connection with other Chiefs and States.
117 페이지 - COMPANY, in virtue of full powers granted by HIS EXCELLENCY the MOST NOBLE the MARQUIS OF HASTINGS...
316 페이지 - Amirs to such an extent as may be deemed by His Lordship sufficient to authorize the dictation of his own terms to the chiefs of Sinde and to call for such measures as he deems it necessary to place British power on a secure footing...
107 페이지 - There shall be perpetual friendship, alliance, and unity of interests between the Honourable Company and Maharajah Soorut Sing and his heirs and successors, and the friends and enemies of one party shall be the friends and enemies of both parties.
23 페이지 - Regarding Shikarpore and the territory of Sinde on the right bank of the Indus, the Shah will agree to abide by whatever may be settled as right and proper in conformity with the happy relations of friendship subsisting between the British Government and the Maharajah through Captain Wade.
384 페이지 - Hindoostan by the river and roads of Sinde, by which they may transport their goods and merchandize from one country to another ; and the said government of Hyderabad hereby acquiesces in the same request , on the three following conditions...
57 페이지 - I feel no difficulty, therefore, on this part of the case. But beyond this, I regret to say that I am unable to concur in the judgment of the Master of the Rolls. His Honour has been of opinion that the declaration of the forfeiture worked a determination of the adventure, so far as the plaintiff is concerned, and gave the defendants a right to take the plaintiff's interest at its then value, accounting to him for the subsequent...
3 페이지 - Haidarabad will furnish the British Government with a statement of duties, &c. ; and after that the officers of the British Government, who are versed in affairs of traffic, will examine the said statement Should the statement seem to them to be fair and equitable, and agreeable to custom, it will be brought into operation, and will be confirmed ; but should it appear too high, his Highness Mir Morad Ali Khan, on hearing from the British Government to this effect, through Colonel Pottinger, will...
47 페이지 - In order to secure and improve the relations of amity and peace hereby established between the two States, it is agreed that accredited Ministers from each shall reside at the Court of the other.

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