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The Works of the Right Honourable Edmund Burke, Vol. 03 (of 12)

By Edmund Burke
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  • THE WORKS OF THE RIGHT HONOURABLE EDMUND BURKE
  • IN TWELVE VOLUMES VOLUME THE THIRD
  • CONTENTS OF VOL. III.
  • SPEECH ON THE MOTION MADE FOR PAPERS RELATIVE TO THE DIRECTIONS FOR CHARGING THE NABOB OF ARCOT'S PRIVATE DEBTS TO EUROPEANS ON THE REVENUES OF THE CARNATIC, FEBRUARY 28, 1785. WITH AN APPENDIX, CONTAINING SEVERAL DOCUMENTS.
  • ADVERTISEMENT.
  • SPEECH.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • APPENDIX.
    • No. 1. CLAUSES OF MR PITT'S BILL. Referred to from p. 17.
    • No. 2. Referred to from p. 22. NABOB OF ARCOT'S DEBTS.
    • No. 3. Referred to from p. 38. A Bill for the Better Government of the Territorial Possessions and Dependencies in India. [ONE OF MR FOX'S INDIA BILLS.]
    • No. 4. Referred to from pp. 64 and 73. (COPY.)
    • No. 5. Referred to from p. 73. Case of certain Persons renting the Assigned Lands wider the Authority of the East India Company. Extract of a Letter from the President and Council of Fort St. George, 25th May, 1783.
    • Letter to the Governor-General and Council, March 13th, 1782.
    • No. 6. Referred to from pp. 101 and 105. Extract of a Letter from the Council and Select Committee at Fort St. George, to the Governor-General and Council, dated 25th May, 1783.
    • No. 7. Referred to from pp. 82, 88, and 89. Extracts from the Evidence of Mr. Petrie, late Resident for the Company at Tanjore, given to the Select Committee, relative to the Revenues and State of the Country, &c., &c.
    • No. 8. Referred to from p. 87, &c. Commissioners' Amended Clauses for the Fort St. George Dispatch, relative to the Indeterminate Mights and Pretensions of the Nabob of Arcot and Rajah of Tanjore.
    • CLAUSES H.
    • No. 9. Referred to from pp. 78 and 85. Extract of a Letter from the Court of Directors to the President and Council of Fort St. George, as amended and approved by the Board of Control.
    • Extract from the Representation of the Court of Directors of the East India Company.
    • THE RIGHT HONORABLE THE COMMISSIONERS FOR THE AFFAIRS OF INDIA. The Representation of the Court of Directors of the East India Company.
    • Extract of a Letter from the Commissioners for the Affairs of India, to the Court of Directors, dated 3rd November, 1784, in Answer to their Remonstrance. SIXTH ARTICLE.
    • No. 10. Referred to from p. 103.
    • 13th October, 1782. Extract of a Translation of a Letter from the Nabob of Arcot to the Chairman of the Court of Directors of the East India Company.
    • 1st November, 1782. Copy of a Letter from the Nabob of Arcot to the Court of Directors, &c. Received 7th April, 1783.
    • 22d March, 1783. Translation of a Letter from the Nabob of Arcot to the Chairman and Directors of the East India Company. Received from Mr. James Macpherson, 1st January, 1784.
    • IN THE NABOB'S OWN HAND.
    • 12th August, and Postscript of the 16th August, 1783. Translation of a Letter to the Chairman and Directors of the East India Company. Received from Mr. James Macpherson, 14th January, 1784.
    • 6th September, and Postscript of 7th September, 1783. Translation of a Letter from the Nabob of Arcot to the Chairman and Directors of the East India Company. Received from Mr. James Macpherson, 14th January, 1784.
    • FOOTNOTES:
  • SUBSTANCE OF THE SPEECH IN THE DEBATE ON THE ARMY ESTIMATES IN THE HOUSE OF COMMONS, ON TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1790 COMPREHENDING A DISCUSSION OF THE PRESENT SITUATION OF AFFAIRS IN FRANCE.
    • FOOTNOTES:
  • REFLECTIONS ON THE REVOLUTION IN FRANCE, AND ON THE PROCEEDINGS IN CERTAIN SOCIETIES IN LONDON RELATIVE TO THAT EVENT: IN A LETTER INTENDED TO HAVE BEEN SENT TO A GENTLEMAN IN PARIS. 1790.
  • REFLECTIONS ON THE REVOLUTION IN FRANCE.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • END OF VOL. III.
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