A collection of treaties, engagements, and sunnuds relating to India and neighbouring countries, compiled by C.U. Aitchison, revised and continued by A.C. Talbot. [With] An index, compiled by M. Belletty, Volume 4

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Page 52 - Her Majesty being desirous that the Governments of the several Princes and Chiefs of India, who now govern their own territories, should be perpetuated, and that the representation and dignity of their Houses should be continued...
Page 37 - Be assured that nothing shall disturb the engagement thus made to you, so long as your House is loyal to the Crown and faithful to the conditions of the Treaties, grants or engagements which record its obligations to the British Government.
Page 124 - Gondal, (the custom of female Infanticide having long prevailed in our caste) do hereby agree for ourselves, and for our offspring ; as also we bind ourselves in behalf of our relations, and their offspring, for ever, for the sake of our own prosperity, and for the credit of the...
Page 124 - declares the killing of children to be a heinous sin, it being written that it is as great an offence to kill an embryo as a...
Page 473 - English East India Company have been .subjected to a heavy expense for the protection of the city of Surat, and whereas the existing system of internal government in the said city has been found inadequate to the protection of the persons and property of the inhabitants ; and whereas the Right Honourable the Earl of Mornington, Governor-General of the British possessions in India, and the Nawab...
Page 440 - Regency on the part of Rajah Khem Sawunt Bhonsla agrees not to commit aggressions on any one ; if by accident disputes arise with any one, they shall be submitted to the arbitration and award of the British Government. ARTICLE 6. The Rajah and his heirs and successors shall remain absolute rulers of the country, and the jurisdiction of the British Government shall not be introduced into that principality. ARTICLE 7.
Page 491 - Highness' family, or for any similar purpose) His Highness has occasion to communicate with persons not rendered subject to his authority by this Agreement, such communication is to be made entirely through the Political Agent. This Article is a fundamental condition of the present Agreement, and any departure from it on the Rajah's part shall subject him to the loss of all the advantages he may gain by the said Agreement.
Page 213 - Government meet with similar consideration and respect from the Honourable Company in consideration, also, of the good-will and friendship which has so long happily subsisted between the Honourable Company and the Guikwar Government, such goods and articles as may be bond fide required for the private use or consumption of that family, or of the ministers, shall be allowed to be purchased at Surat and Bombay, and to be sent from thence free of duties, on being accompanied by a passport from the Resident...
Page 11 - Roydhun on the other, I do hereby agree that no troops shall cross to the country on the opposite side of the Gulf and Runn (lying between Kutch and Guzerat), nor shall any claim or interference be maintained therein ; should any claim or dispute arise, the same shall be settled by arbitration, under the mediation of the Company. ARTICLE 2.
Page 210 - July, 1802 ; and whereas it is desirable to consolidate the stipulations of all these separate engagements with one definitive Treaty, and further to improve the state of alliance of the contracting parties, in like manner as has been applied for by the aforesaid Raojee Appajee, in his letter of the 10th of Suffer (or 12th June. 1803), desiring that the present engagement between the Honourable Company and the Guikwar State may be drawn up in terms consonant to those employed in the Treaty of Bassein...

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