East India Company -- History -- Sources -- 18th century. : A collection of statutes concerning the incorporation, trade, and commerce of the East India Company : and the government of the British possessions in India, with the statutes of piracy. To which, for more succint Information, are annexed, list of duties and drawbacks on the company's trade; the by-laws, constitutions, Rules and Orders for the good Government of the Company, and the Management of their Trade; and an abridgement of the company's charters. With a copious index. Compiled by F. Russell Esq. F. R. S. & F. S. A.
East India Company -- History -- Sources -- Early works to 1800. : A collection of statutes concerning the incorporation, trade, and commerce of the East India Company : and the government of the British possessions in India, with the statutes of piracy. To which, for more succinct Information, are annexed, lists of duties and drawbacks on the company's trade, and of the Company's Duties and Charges on Private Trade; the by-laws, constitutions, Rules and Orders of the Company; and an abridgement of the company's charters. With a copious index.
East India Company of North America. : A series of Indostan letters [electronic resource] / By Barw. Burges ; containing a striking account of the manners & customs of the Gentoo nations & of the Moguls & other Mahomedan tribes in Indostan ; with other polemical East India tracts both amusing, interesting, & perfectly original.
East India Company -- Officials and employees -- Discipline. : Proceedings of a committee of investigation : appointed by the governor and council of Fort St. George, in consequence of orders from the court of directors, upon the information of Mr. Sadleir against Mr. Floyer and others, for having received certain Sums of Money or Presents during the Time they respectively held the Office of Chief at Masulipatam.
East India Company -- Rules and practice. : The merchant's lawyer : or, the law of trade in general... To which is added a complete book of rates. The second edition corrected, with additions, .. by T. Cunningham, ....
East India Company. : Reflections on a scandalous paper, entituled, The answer of the East-India-Company to two printed papers of Mr. Samuel White : together with the true character of Francis Davenport the said Company's historyographer, detecting some of the villanies he has been guilty of in several parts of the world, and proving the pamphlet now publish'd by the foresaid company in his name to be a malicious forgery, under attestations of sundry credible persons, humbly presented to the Honourable the Knights, citizens, and burgesses in Parliaments assembled / by George White.
East India School (Charles City, Va.) -- Early works to 1800. : A declaration how the monies (viz. seuenty pound eight shillings sixe pence) were disposed, which was gathered (by M. Patrick Copland, preacher in the Royall Iames) at the Cape of good hope, (towards the building of a free schoole in Virginia) of the gentlemen and marriners in the said ship : a list of whose names are vnder specified, for Gods glory, their comfort, and the incouragement of others to the furthering of the same, or the like pious worke.