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1767, Short view on the laws with respect to the powers of the East India Company
A Short view of the laws now subsisting with respect to the powers of the East India Company: to borrow money under their seal, and to incur debts in
the course of their trade, by the purchase of goods on credit, and by freighting ships or other mercantile transactions: sometimes attributed to
William Pulteney and John Stewart, 23p., London, n.p., 1767. (A history of the laws regarding the powers of the East India Company to contract debts
starting from the time of William III. The author(s) point to the actions of the Board of Directors for the financial problems the India Company was
experiencing. The last page contains financial statistics for 1767 regarding cash flow for the Company.)
Title:   A Short view of the laws now subsisting with respect to the powers of the East India Company : to borrow money under their seal, and to incur debts in the course of their trade, by the purchase of goods on credit, and by freighting ships or other mercantile transactions.
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