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GREAT BRITAIN. House of Commons. Select Committee on the East India Company (1811--1813)
[Minutes of Evidence]
Minutes of evidence taken before the select committee of the Honourable House of Commons, appointed for the purpose of taking the examination of such witnesses as shall be ordered by the House to attend the committee of the whole House, on the affairs of the East-India Company, and to report the minutes of such evidence from time to time.
London: printed by order of the Court of Directors for the information of the proprietors, by E. Cox and Son, 1813.
1 vol. in 6 pts.: [5], 274--988, iii, [1] p. ; 29.0 cm. (4º)

Issued at intervals in six parts.

Copy Notes Six parts in original printed wrappers with printed title reading 'No. 1 (-6). Minutes Of Evidence ...'; fascicles 1--5 with a note at foot of title indicating when the next part will be ready for delivery.

Binding Original C19th printed blue paper wrappers, sewn.

Reference Number 4523


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