charter of regulations to the East-India Company

by Their sacred Majesties King William and Queen Mary, under the Great Seal of England, dated the 28th of September 1694.
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Charter granted to the East India Company. Queen Elizabeth I of England grants a formal charter to the London merchants trading to the East Indies, hoping to break the Dutch monopoly of the spice trade in what is now Indonesia. In the first few decades of its existence, the East India Company made far less progress in the East Indies.

Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: East India Company. OCLC Number: Notes: Caption title. In 2 columns; caption of 2nd column: Abstract of charter of regulations to the East-India Company book by-laws made by the General Court of Adventurers of the East-India Company, the 17th January, Charters Relating to the East India Company from to Reprinted from a Former Collection with Some Additions and a Preface for the Government of Madras East India Company, John Shaw R.

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Hill at the Government Press, - Great Britain - pages5/5(1). A Collection of Charters and Statutes Relating to the East India Company: With an Appendix Containing Acts and Parts of Acts, Relating to Shipping, Duties, Regulations for Export and Import, &c.

which in General Do Not Solely Relate to the East India Company: Together with a. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.

The Act of Parliament commonly termed " the Charter of the East India Company/' was passed in the Session ofin the 33d year of the reign of his present Majesty, and finds its place (chap.

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5') in our Statute Book, according ^ to its date, like all other Statutes of minor im- portance. Established by Royal Charter inthe East India Company was, and remains to this day, the largest and most powerful multinational business the world has ever seen.

It controlled over half the world's trade and a quarter of its by: This book employs a wide range of perspectives to demonstrate how the East India Company facilitated cross-cultural interactions between the English and various groups in South Asia between to and how these interactions transformed important features of both British and South Asian history.

The act during the regime of East-India Company responsible for paving the way for shipment of Opium to China is: a) The Settlement Act, b) Charter Act, The East India Company was an English joint-stock company formed in that ruled portions of South Asia until This collection contains over 55 documents including miscellaneous legal papers, correspondence, receipts, and extracts largely relating to the East India Company's operations and employees; three documents relating to Muhammad Ali Khan Wallajah, the Nabob of Arcot (.

The charter awarded the newly formed company, for a period of fifteen years, a monopoly of trade (known today as a patent) with all countries to the east of the Cape of Good Hope and to the west of the Straits of Magellan. Sir James Lancaster commanded the first East India Company voyage in As per this charter no other company was allowed File Size: KB.

The Charter Act of the Company used to be renewed after every twenty years. In the Charter Act of the Company was to be renewed and as such the need to adopt some definite and stable educational policy was felt.

Bya stage had been set when a comprehensive survey of the entire field of education in India was indispensable. The book does not aim to provide a complete history of the East India Company (EIC), still less an economic analysis of its business operations.

Instead it is an attempt to answer the question of how a single business operation, based in one London office complex, managed to replace the mighty Mughal Empire as as masters of the vast subcontinent between the years and /5().

Book Description: This wide-ranging book charts how the East India Company grappled with religious issues in its multi-faith empire, putting them into the context of pressures exerted both in Britain and on the subcontinent, from the Company's early mercantile beginnings to the bloody end of its rule in   Founded in with a Royal Charter as a trade monopoly between Britain and the Mogul Empire of India, the East India Company would eventually make its directors more potent than most kings.

The company’s private army, built initially to guard their warehouses, conquered Bengal, the wealthiest state in India, during the battle of Plassey in Author: Steven Neill. East India Company: East India question: A short abstract of the argument in support of the East India Company's petition to Parliament for a renewal of their charter.

(London: Printed for Black, Perry, ) (page images at HathiTrust) East India Company: East-India question. Abstract of the minutes of evidence taken in the hon. The East India Company (EIC) was incorporated by royal charter in The charter granted a monopoly of all English trade in all lands washed by the Indian Ocean (from the southern tip of Africa, to Indonesia in the South Pacific).

Unauthorized (British) interlopers were liable to File Size: KB. The East India Company: Trade and Conquest from Hardcover – 1 Feb. Established by Royal Charter inthe East India Company was, and remains to this day, the largest and most powerful multinational business the world has ever seen.

It controlled over half the world's trade and a quarter of its population/5(11). This wide-ranging book charts how the East India Company grappled with religious issues in its multi-faith empire, putting them into the context of pressures exerted both in Britain and on the subcontinent, from the Company's early mercantile beginnings to the bloody end of its rule in The East India Company Actalso known as the Charter Actwas an Act of the Parliament of Great Britain which renewed the charter issued to the British East India Company (EIC).

Provisions. In contrast with legislation concerning British India proposed in the preceding two decades, the Act "passed with minimal trouble". The Act made only fairly minimal changes to either the Repealed by: Government of India Act Byat the height of its rule in India, the British East India company had a private army of about ,—twice the size of the British Army, with Indian revenues of £13, (equivalent to £ million in ) and expenses of £14, (equivalent to £ million in ).Headquarters: London, Great Britain.

The Company was granted a monopoly on all English trade east of the Cape of Good Hope. Displayed here is an open letter, known as a 'letter patent' by William III and Mary II, prescribing regulations for the conduct of business of the East India Company.

The British East India Company was granted an English Royal Charter in This allowed it pretty much free licence to behave as it pleased so long as it could make the after-the-fact argument that it had acted on behalf of the sovereign to meet the country’s commercial objectives.

EAST INDIA COMPANY-FORMATION Ch, Royal Charter of East India Company: The Indian Legal History deals with the evolution & development of law and legal institutions in India. The British period started from and the issue of the Royal Charter may be considered as a landmark event with far reaching Size: KB.

The East India Company Actalso known as the Charter Actwas an Act of the Parliament of the United Kingdom which renewed the charter issued to the British East India Company, and continued the Company's rule in r, the Company's commercial monopoly was ended, except for the tea and opium trade and the trade with China, this reflecting the growth of British power in IndiaRepealed by: Government of India Act   charter of 1.

charter of the east india company, with its official title as “ the governor and company of merchants of london trading into east indies” was incorporated in england on the 31st decemberby a charter of queen elizabeth which. Granted a Royal Charter by Queen Elizabeth I inThe East India Company was founded to explore the mysteries of the East.

As The Company grew, it mapped trade routes through unchartered territory and changed social customs, tastes and ways of thought to influence the very fabric of our lives today. From the Company’s charter in to Indian independence inEast India Company tells the story of trade with the East; politics; and the rise and fall of the British Empire.

It records the challenges of a globalising world and sheds light on many contrasting narratives – from records of powerful political figures, through to the. The East India Company's founding charter authorised it to 'wage war' and it had always used violence to gain its ends.

But the creation of this new government marked the moment that the East India Company ceased to be a conventional international trading corporation dealing in silks and spices and became something much more unusual: an /5().

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During this phase, the major constitutional experiment were incorporated in the following acts and regulations- 1. Regulating Act 2. Pitt’s India Act 3. Charter Act 4. Charter Act 5. Charter Act of 6.

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Charter Act The East India Company's founding charter authorised it to 'wage war' and it had always used violence to gain its ends. But the creation of this new government marked the moment that the East India Company ceased to be a conventional international trading corporation dealing in silks and spices and became something much more unusual: an /5().Papers Respecting the Negotiation with His Majesty's Ministers on the Subject of the East-India Company's Charter and the Government of His Majesty's Indian Territories, for a Further Term After the 22d AprilTogether with a Copy of the Bill as Passed by the Hon.

the House of Commons and the Right Hon. the House of Lords, for Effecting an Arrangement with the East-India Company, and for.