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FROM THE ESTABLISHMENT OF THE NEW CONSTITUTION FOR THE GOVERNMENT OF
INDIA; A°. 1784, TO THE TERMINATION OF THE WAR WITH THE MAHRATTAS, A°. 1805.
Administration of Mr. Macpherson-State of the Government in India, internal,
and external - Board of Control pays, without Inquiry, the Debts of the Nabob
The Trial of Mr. Hastings...
Arrangement about Troops and Money with the Nabob of Oude-The Guntoor
Circar obtained from the Nizam, and a new Arrangement made with that Prince
descends by the Gujelhutty Pass-And compels the English General to return for
Cornwallis takes the Command-Second Campaign begins-Siege of Bangalore-
March to Seringapatam-Operations of the Bombay Army-Battle at Arikera
Proceedings in Parliament relative to the Renewal of the Company's Charter in
1793—Sir John Shore succeeds Lord Cornwallis as Governor-General Relations
CHAPTER VIII. .
Lord Mornington Governor-General--Agents of Tippoo at the Isle of France
Governor-General resolves on immediate War--Import of the Circumstances---
Situation of Oude, as left by Lord Teignmouth, highly satisfactory to the Home
Authorities---Great Changes meditated by Lord Mornington---Extirpation of