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East India Company, British


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East India Company, British

British East India Company

British East India Company

Convention between the British East India Company and the Swedish East India Company, signed at Stockholm, 6 October 1740

Agreement respecting Seaman Deserters between the East India Company (Great Britain) and the Netherlands East India Company (the Netherlands), signed at Mocha, 6 July 1731

Agreement between the East India Company (Great Britain) and the Netherlands East India Company (the Netherlands), signed at Pulicat, 14 July 1781

Capitulation of Negatapatnam between the East India Company (Great Britain) and the Netherlands East India Company (the Netherlands), signed 12 November 1781

A Union for Empire? Scotland, the English East India Company and the British Union

Treaty between the East India Company (Great Britain) and Lahore, signed at Lahore, 9 March 1846

Agreement between the East India Company (Great Britain) and Lahore, signed 27 June 1840

Agreement between the East India Company (Great Britain) and Bhavnagar, signed 8 September 1840

Treaty between the East India Company (Great Britain) and Meerpur (Sind), signed 18 June 1841

Treaty between the East India Company (Great Britain) and Kelat, signed at Kelat, 6 October 1841

Engagement between the East India Company (Great Britain) and Jhansi, signed 27 December 1842

Treaty between the East India Company (Great Britain) and Surat, signed at Surat, 4 March 1759

Treaty between the East India Company (Great Britain) and Nepal, signed at Katmandhu, 10 February 1855

Agreement between the East India Company (Great Britain) and Cambay, signed 1856

Agreement between the East India Company (Great Britain) and Bundi, signed 29 November 1847

Engagements between the East India Company (Great Britain) and Bhopal, signed 29 November 1837

 
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A global trading power and the early modern world's largest commercial concern, the British East India Company implemented change in bureaucracy, consumerism, culture, learning, and state policies. A benevolent enterprise ...


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