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Treaty between the East India Co. (Great Britain) and Cabool (Kabul) (Afghanistan), ratified 17 June 1809

Treaty between the East India Co. (Great Britain) and Surat (Mogul Empire), signed 17 March 1752

Treaty between the East India Co. (Great Britain) and Bhurtpore, signed at Bhurtpore, 17 April 1805

Convention between Italy and the Sultan of Gobad (East Africa), signed 17 March 1884

Agreement between the East India Company (Great Britain) and Oudh, signed at Lucknow, 17 August 1825

Treaty between the East India Co. (Great Britain) and Jhansi, signed at Pepree, 17 November 1817

Meta-analysis of genome-wide association studies of adult height in East Asians identifies 17 novel loci

Treaty between the East lndia Co. (Great Britain) and the Mahrattas, signed at Salbey, 17 March 1782

Treaty of Peace and Friendship between the East India Co. (Great Britain) and Nagpore, signed at Deogaum, 17 December 1803

Treaty between the East India Co. (Great Britain) and Dholpur, signed at Beanah/Gwalior, 17/29 January 1804

Treaty and Temporary Engagement between the East India Co. (Great Britain) and Travancore, signed at Anjenjo, 17 November 1795

Treaty between the Netherlands East India Company (the Netherlands) and Rajah Toekoe of Cholas (Coromandel), signed 17 March 1688

Agreement between the Cheribon Princes with the Good Offices of the Netherlands East India Company, signed 17 February 1708

Treaty of Alliance between the Netherlands East India Company (the Netherlands) and the Prince of Tanjore, signed 17 September 1691

Additional Treaty of Peace and Amity between the Netherlands East India Company (the Netherlands) and the King of Calicut, signed 17 December 1717

Agreement between the Netherlands East India Company (the Netherlands) and Canara, signed at Cannanore, 17 February 1734

 

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