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GREAT BRITAIN. House of Commons. Select Committee on the East India Company (1830--1832)
[Report. 1832]
Third report from the Select Committee of the House of Commons, appointed to enquire into the present state of the affairs of the East-India Company, together with the minutes of evidence, accounts and papers laid before the Committee, and an index.
London: printed by order of the Honourable Court of Directors, by J.L. Cox and Son, 1831--32.
[8] fascicules ; 29.0 cm. (4º)
Report, etc. (1 fasc.): [11], 240*--277*, 378--856 p.
Accounts, etc. (1 fasc.): [4], 336 p.
Index (1 fasc.): [3], 860--952 p.
Appendices (5 fasc.): viii, [1], 10--397, [3]; [3], 402--624, [2]; [5], 630--888; [3], 892--1047, [1]; [7], 1054--1316 p.

Issued in eight fascicules. Title from general title-page in first fascicule. The first fascicule contains the Report and Minutes of evidence, 12 July--6 October 1831; the second fascicule contains the Minutes of evidence, 17 February--21 April 1831 and the Accounts and papers, with title-page and wrappers dated '1831'; the third fascicule contains the Index. The Appendices (five fascicules) are separately paginated.

Copy Notes Uncut, unopened. The title-page and contents page to the 'Appendixes' misbound between pp. 1052 and [1053] of the fascicule containing the 'Fifth Appendix'.

Binding Original C19th printed blue paper wrappers, sewn.

Reference Number 4528


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