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An Account of the Revenues and Charges of Bencoolen, Prince of Wales Island, and St. Helena, for Three Years, according to the latest Advices ;—with an Estimate of the same for the succeeding Year.
An Account of the Annual Charges defrayed by the East India Company for the Management of their Trade and Commerce in Bengal, Madras, Bombay, Bencoolen, and Prince of Wales Island; also an Account of the Factory Charges at Canton, for Three Wars; according to the latest Advices ;—with an Estimate of the same for the succeeding Year.
• The alteration lo these years, at compared with the former budget* U occasioned by subsequent adjustments.
An Account of the Amount received at the several Presidencies of Fort William, Fort St. George, Bombay, and at Bencoolen and Prince of Wales Island, for Sales of Import Goods, for Three Years; according to the latest advices;—with an Estimate of the same for the succeeding Year.
Ax Accoitwt of the Prime Cost of all Cargoes purchased by the East India Company in India, and shipped for Europe, for Three Years, according to the latest Advices.
Sibstaxce of the Twenty-first Refoht of the Commissioners appointed under an Agreement concluded on 10th July, 1805, between the East India Company and the Private Creditors of the late Nabobs of the Carnatic
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The aggregate sterling amount of the claims, specified in the lists which have
l*en presented, as nearly as could be calculated from the imperfect manner
in which many of the claims were stated, was « 30,216,707 11 4i
Abstract of the Amount of Adjudications to the date of the present Report:
Aptregate of absolute adjudications in favour of parties 2,445,630 0 84
Aggregate of provisional adjudications in favour of parties 40,000 17 10
£2,485,630 18 64 .U-gregate of absolute adjudications against the parties, including the portions diallowed in claims favourably adjudicated 27,163,979 2 44
Total £29,649,610 0 11
Balance of claims remaining for adjudication, when returns, containing the results of the investigations by the commissioners in India, shall be received, but exclusive of a number of small claims (exceeding 8,000) which the commissioners are making arrangements to relieve them from investigating
Snljttanee of the First Report of the Commit,
A#$reg*te amount of the claims preferred
The executors of the late Walter (iraut, esq. have signed and executed the deed, but have not yet presented schedules of their claim.
The commissioners state that they had despatched instructions to the commissioners in India; that they had subsequently completed
567,097 10 54
£30,216,707 11 44
the examination, upon oath, of all parties resident in this country; that they had very nearly collected all the evidence relating to each claim, separately, that could lie obtained here; and that they had since been occupied in reviewing the whole, and preparing instructions for the Madras commissioners to collect the remaining evidence necessary before final adjudication.
Copy of a Letter from the Corernor-Ccneral in Council to the Court of Directors, dated the 3d December, 1824, (Judicial Deportment) relative to Suttees, or the Burning of Hindoo Widows on the Funeral Piles of their Husbands.
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