Parliamentary Papers, House of Commons and Command, Volum 46

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Side 106 - We hereby announce to the native princes of India that all treaties and engagements made with them, by or under the authority of the Honourable East India Company, are by us accepted, and will be scrupulously maintained; and we look for the like observance on their part.
Side 106 - We hold ourselves bound to the natives of our Indian territories by the same obligations of duty which bind us to all our other subjects ; and those obligations, by the blessing of Almighty God, we shall faithfully and conscientiously fulfil.
Side 138 - The reason of the law, or of the treaty- -that is to say, the motive which led to the making of it, and the object in contemplation at the time, is the most certain clue to lead us to the discovery of its true meaning...
Side 51 - It being reasonable and just, that the Allies by this Treaty should accomplish the original objects of the war (viz. a due indemnification for the expenses incurred in their own defence, and effectual security for their respective possessions against the future designs of their enemies), it is stipulated and agreed, that the districts specified in the Schedule A, hereunto annexed, together with the heads of all the passes leading from the territory of the late Tippoo...
Side 5 - Asoph Jah Behauder, who will either exchange them with the Rajah of Mysore for other districts of equal value more contiguous to their respective territories, or otherwise arrange and settle respecting them, as they shall judge proper.
Side 3 - Behauder, and for effecting a Settlement of the Dominions of the late Tippoo Sultaun. WHEREAS the deceased Tippoo Sultaun, unprovoked by any act of aggression on the part of the Allies, entered into an offensive and defensive alliance with the French, and admitted a French force into his army, for the purpose of commencing war against the Honourable English Company...
Side 65 - Art. 8. In case the said Rajah shall at any time have occasion for any number of troops for the collection of his revenues, the support of his authority, or the good order and government of his country, the said Company agree to furnish a sufficient number of troops for that purpose, on public representation being made by the said I »24 ] Rajah to the President in *Council of Fort St. George, of the necessity for employing such troops, and of the objects to be obtained thereby.
Side 4 - Behauder, and of his family and relations, and to grant him for this purpose a personal jaghire in the district of Gurrumcondah, equal to the annual sum of...
Side 112 - East India Company, are by us accepted, and will be scrupulously maintained; and we look for the like observance on their part. We desire no extension of our present territorial possessions ; and while we will permit no aggression upon our dominions, or our rights, to be attempted with impunity, we shall sanction no encroachment on those of others. We shall respect the rights, dignity, and honour of native princes as our own...
Side 65 - ... the said districts or any of them shall be assumed by the said Company, such tunkaws or assignments, shall be declared by the said Company and the said Nawaub to be of no value, nor shall they remain in effect. Sixth. It is agreed between the contracting parties, that the above described balance account shall be annually adjusted, and a committee consisting of four respectable and capable persons, of which two shall be nominated by the said Company and two by the said...

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