An Analysis of the Constitution of the East-India Company, and of the Laws Passed by Parliament for the Government of Their Affairs, at Home and Abroad: To which is Prefixed, a Brief History of the Company, and of the Rise and Progress of the British Power in India
Kingsbury, Parburg, and Allen, J. M. Richardson, and Harding and Company, 1826 - 297 Seiten
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