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India Gazette (Newspaper) - March 15, 1790, London, Middlesex Vol. March 15, 1799. 487. TO THE EDITOR OF THE INDIA You will oblige a and many of your by inferring the accompanying is foon as in your India 2.3, 1790. I obedient HE Right Editor has been the not ofi in its original it is to define that which muft reft on the various of the and the temper pf mind of the in a as well as point of Every man muft have in the of or his the of a who is unduly the engine of is for the ill of his fuch errors have fome with the of his own In modern a paragraph appears of a well authenticated but a is or inferred by the dignified by the addition of we arid with flourishes of from his own It is and not within the to mark the line of conduct for an Editor j a radical cure of the evil complained of be but house of JULY 1789. Hafy Sketch day's report of east india As foon as the Report was brought Mr. rofe and lie had re-examined his and found them all That there in the which the Right Honourable Gentleman who opened the cafe the Eaft India as on their had declared to him in he had on a of the fince Mr. Hufley then pointed out particular items of the printed accounts that he conceived to be and that fome of the accounts he had moved for with a view to bring them more fully not of before the After fome time on the figures that he conceived to be he the accounts were made up to a particular and when he found they did the clear that it was all and the Accounts were worth as no reliance whatever could be placed on Mr. Hufley compared the price of the of. an annuity of 8 per cent in different If he bought it of the Eaft India it would coft him 170I-IS in the 3 per cent. 240I-If in another trading the Bank of it would coft him 206I. India compared with was 36 per cent Mr. Hufley laid on this and it as. a conclusive the value of Eaft India with other Stocks at that if he had money that he wanted to lay it not be in Eaft India If any deficiency mould there would be a made to enable the Company to pay their capital at a fum from 170 as low as 159 or 158. Mr. Dundas that he had not allowed one for a variety of property belonging to the Eaft India Company in fuch as their difFerent export remaining in &c. &c. With regard to his and the reSpecting it between him Hon. the Hon. Gentleman was too on the one and he might be too Sanguine on the and if the truth between it would turn his from what he had either then or on that no man would imagine he meant to have it that there was any probability of the Company's Charter not being He had the Situation of the Company in the unfavourable point of view for the of ma times as to prevent their incurring demurrage in one is to go every to Bengal and and load home from the latter by which means remittances may be made from Bengal to in &c. The Company's Bengal piece goods fold in June produced a Small The and private immediately at a owing to their being badly and at as Average price of fold on account of the 79,5621b. at 3s. per on 77,3951b. at 4'. The Snow Captain arrived in on laft from was cut off by the Malays fome time and tlw retaken by one belonging to the King of formerly called the after king Gentlemen fully aware of all the danger I being four days in of the and all the that any view attend the complying with the prayer jof the Company's in them to advance the million they to be permitted That he would every imputation of folly and that did not embrace the of the Eaft India It might be depended upon that their and of the were one and the They muft rife or or Whatever arrangements with to the renewal of the Company's Charter might therefore be there was no they would be fuch as would add to the of our immenSely to the of our export immenSely to the general objects of our Mr. Dundas it was for him and to the proSperity and not take fome notice of the argument of the I of both ing out particular may leflen the influence of its In the Calcutta of the nth at the head of the fir ft the attention of the Reader is by the following The unexpected promotions which have taken place in the infantry Spirit of good humour and Satisfaction throughout the whole - Gentlemen views extended no farther than that of coming on the as at a period far the now to their joy and find advanced to lieutenants within the limed Here the in the of his marks particular illusions by to a young glowing to rife and ih much be received with and may have been but from our footing -in Surrounded by neighbours Jealous of our where the Army may be faid to reft from rather under a of than in the Security of can accompany a Summon for it's The public arrangement of Officers is a fit Subject for an here Calcutta fails of while he on decency by the of his on the and SuppoSed of an jon minds of a body of and is highly in their private feelings for the Subject of a Honourable With regard to the real value of Eaft India it was a which the Honourable Gentleman and he never agree Individuals muft ever differ upon fuch a the was to fee what the opinion of the public was respecting at the Same time that a was in which had made noiSe in the Fox's of 1783-4), India Stock had been So low as 123I. It rofe foon after came to have any concern in the affairs of the Eaft India Company up to 143I, and it was now worth 173I. The difference on India Bonds alfo was equally In 1784, they were at a according to the the different had increased in price full eight Having very clearly explained vhis value both in to Stock and to India and that he was Sure as. a of the Honourable Gen he had every to recommend him to lay out his money in India not doubting but he would find it anSwer very and declaring that if it had that he had any Cam to lay it be diSpoSed of that Mr. Dundas to the errors in the Accounts which he had and mentioned that there on both That pointed out by Mr. Mr. Dundas but another of his which was very materially in favour of the and it was Mr. on had that the Company would have no to fend home after the year 1794, that their charter was not to be but then ultimately to This was clearly an the Company at any rate would their Revenues till the Charter did and consequently would have the Revenues of the year 1793 and 1794, to Send home after the end of 1794, and as the Coaft Trade afforded a profit and the China Trade a very considerable profit they would have the of both to add to their which muft make a difference in their In the very view the public could not as the could alone be affected by any deficiency that might of which there was not the The report was read a Mr. Huffey that there were errors on both fides of the but he contended that the Account was of no and ought not to be in the depended Mr. Hufley added a few more and repeated his remark in the difFerent price of the of an Annuity of 8 per cent in Bank or in India Mr. Dundas the Account upon the as by was a proper being from January 1788 to January 1789; but that he had made his on Monday as applicable to the of the Company at the end of the The Report was then read a Second ReSolution having put upon and agreed His Ship the Captain at Diamond from the on Monday By the Atalanta we that the and the after having been at the Andaman proceeded to Prince of from whence they and touched at They failed from the for on of laft The Atalanta is victualling and preparing for and is expected to Sail in the courSe of a Sew Private letters from England that a is intended to be brought into Parliament to allow all the duty on tea to be drawn back on teas to be exported to Guern or other parts of or to which will enable the merchants to meet the and Dutch in foreign at on equal We that the Directors to check the trade to carried on in foreign have reSolved to extend the Company's exports to various parts oS and allow the captains and officers of their fhips to fill the remaining part the tonnage with goods free from An has been alfo made for diSpatching from at Such and was to Captain The Bridget Spoke the Captain on the Malay Another Supply of Dollars is to be by a PortugueSe from On Saturday laft the arrived here from which place Ihe left the 21 The Surprize was laying at when the above The fhips taken up by the Court of Directors for the are upon the following terms of To per St Helena and 24 10 o Madras and - - 24 10 o - - 25 10 o - - 26 10 o And all above 800 tons are taken up at twenty per ton leSs than which are under that Capt. John of the Lieut. W. Blundell of the having the and proceeded to on the their names to out of the lift of the from the 20th of the date of the of that Major Robert Dawes to be off the of the 4th European and is ted to the command of the 12 th battalion of Capt. John Guthrie comes on full and is appointed to the ift battalion of European Capt. Charles N. comes on full and is appointed to the 4th battalion of European Lieut. John Macguire having the his name is to be out of the lift of the Mr. T. Deputy is appointed to the charge of the office of De- held by Mr. Bryant who has been appointed Commercial at of a near 3d of 1790. The of Colonel detachment arrived here this the 7th and 13th battalions of native commanded by Captain Norman The are in the Spirits We expect the fecond to arrive here in a few and the third and laft by the of I this that commanded by Captain with the landed at &c. arfe ExtraS of a Letter from dated the 10th Various have been the reports lately about the SuppoSed death of by fome from that arrived here we that he is not but confined to his by a dangerous which it is was by the wounds he received in
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