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EAST INDIA COMPANY. Court of Directors
Proceedings of the court of directors and of a secret select committee appointed by the court, on the 2d May 1827, to investigate transactions connected with an abuse of patronage; together with a report of the trial in the Court of King's Bench, by a special jury, before the Right Hon. Lord Tenterden, on the 6th March 1828, the King on the prosecution of the East-India Company, against Samuel Sutton and others.
London: printed by order of the General Court, for the information of the Proprietors, by J.L. Cox, 1828.
188 p. ; 28.1 cm. (4º)

The trial followed a public investigation into the sale of an Indian army cadetship in 1827.

Copy Notes Soane bookplate attached to the title-page with concealment of text.

Binding Stitched in original C19th printed blue paper wrappers, the upper reading 'Proceedings Relative To An Investigation Into Transactions Connected With An Abuse Of Patronage. 1828.'.

Reference Number 5567


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