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Page Dewannee, additional fait collections from 1765
to 1772 • . 560
The monopoly of Cojaah WazeeJ, how protected 561
Britijb accounts, not diftinguifhing the different heads, the balance of profit or lofs, dated by oppofing grofs
receipts to grofs difburfements 562
Sources of Britijh error not difputed 562
This fpecies of monopoly well adminiftcrcd advantageous to the natives 563
2. Saltpetre, its monopoly of different political expediency 565
3. Opium its monopoly inexpedient 566
General conuderation on the practicable fitnplification
of fyftem 567
Accurate invefligation and local knowledge indifpenfible 569 The artificial management of finance exemplified by
the Company's definition of import export 570
Many errors already exploded 571
The errors of native conquerors not to be imitated 572 Commerce of Britijh India ought to be fubjedled to
fimple regulation, and effective control — 574
The Benefit of parliamentary Control.
Precludes myftery 577
The proceedings in 1784 took off the veil 578
Relinquifhed reluctantly —— 579
Dr. Robertfon mifled 580
The Directors' official ambiguity exemplified — 582
The fuperior control intelligible 585
The neceffity of executing the law on principle cor
refponding with the legiflature 586
The object of the aft of 1784 explained by the Directors, not to introduce a novel fyftem
The revenue department in Bengal explain its objeft
permanency by a novel fyftem <— 587
The difficulty of the fubjedt probably fuggefted the
publication of Mr. Sruce't plans for Britifl) India 590
And of Mr. Ru/cll's Short Hiftory 591
To be adopted with caution ——• —~ 593
Lead to a general review of Briti/b India —— 594
Page 329, line 4, for rans read runs. 337, − 19, after period insert of the produćtion. 342, — 3, for this read the production of: 344, − 14, for MH read MR. 347, note, after page add 135. 442, line 4 from bottom, for Nizam read Nazim. 463, − 4, for Ali read Reza. 581, - 1, for pecular read peculiar. —, - 18, for have read has. 583, − 1, for were read was.
—, - 15, for 1787 read 1785.
PROVINCIAL ESTABLISHMENTS, &c. &c.
The Principle of the Company's Government at the Period of the Acquifition of the Dewanee.
LORD CLIVE ftated his opinion of the nature of this government on a minute, dated October 28, 1765*. "As I am not a very young fervant of the Company, and have been twice honoured with the Prefidentmip of this fettlement, (Calcutta) I think I may, without vanity, prefume, that my knowledge is not in
* Appendix to Bolt's Confidcration of India, p. 75.