Título: The Fifth Report from the Select Committee ...
Editorial: House Of Commons, London
Año de publicación: 1812
Edición: 1st Edition
1002pp. Contemporary blue paper covered boards with printed paper spine, boards ( and a few leaves of text) detached, spine paper largely lacking, but the main text block is clean and completely soundly stitched apart from first and last four pages which are loose, old library stamp of King's College London (with withdrawn stamp) to reverse of volume title page [there is a separate title page for the paper itself]. The paper (watermarked 1812) is of good quality and therefore does not suffer from any of the deterioration found in some later blue books. British Parliamentary Paper No 377. This massive and most important report (a glossary explaining Indian terms used in it was produced in a later volume of Parliamentary Papers). The governent Index to East India papers summarises the contents thus: Bengal:- Systems of Governent antecedent to 1784. Reforms introduced by Lord Cornwallis; Permanent Settlement of the Land Revenue. Sayer duties; Tax on spirituous liquors; Monopoly of salt and opium; Completion of the new system of gevernment, and enactment of a Code of Regulations; Revenue Department; Civil and Criminal Courts of Justice; Police; extension of the new system to Benares and to the Ceded and Conquered Provinces; Practical effects of the new system of government. Fort St George:- Systems of land revenue down to 1802; Northern Circars, Jaghirs; Home Farms; Cuddalore; Permanent Settlment. Progress of Revenue collection in the modern possessions; specification of modern territory; Havelly lands; permanent settlement in particular districts; Landed Tenure; Polygar lands; Permanent settelement of particular Pollams; Practical effects of the permanent settlement. Judicature and Police. [Appendix:- Minutes, &c by Lord Cornwallis, Mr Shore, Mr Petrie, Lieut-Col Munro, Lord W Bentinck, Mr Thackeray, Col Barry Close, Mr Mace, Mr White; Mr Grant's Analysis of the finances of Bengal from the Mogul Conquest; Mr Hodgson's Memoir on Permanent Settlement; Reports on Land Tenures and Settlements in various districts of Bengal and Fort St George; Reports from Magistrates, &c in answer to Lord Wellesley regarding police; Political Survey of the Northern Circars; Poligars in the Ceded Districts; Constitution and duties of the office of Canongoe. Richard Thackeray comments in the Appendix "The first thing is to govern this country; then, to govern it well" and this report shows the efforts the comapny was making. This is a very heavy volume (nearly 4 kgs): shipping overseas will be about £20 surface or £40 by air. Photo by e-mail on request. Size: Folio. N° de ref. de la librería 006497
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