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Monumental remains of the Dutch East India Company in the Presidency of Madras

Alexander Rea

Monumental remains of the Dutch East India Company in the Presidency of Madras

by Alexander Rea

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Published by Asian Educational Services in New Delhi .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Madras (India : Presidency),
  • India,
  • Madras (Presidency)
    • Subjects:
    • Nederlandsche Oost-Indische Compagnie.,
    • Dutch -- India -- Madras (Presidency),
    • Madras (India : Presidency) -- Antiquities.

    • Edition Notes

      Other titlesArchaeological Survey of Southern India
      StatementAlexr. Rea.
      SeriesNew imperial series / Archaeological Survey of India ;, vol. 25, New imperial series ;, vol. 25.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDS485.M275 R4 1998
      The Physical Object
      Pagination79 p. :
      Number of Pages79
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL507351M
      ISBN 108120613163
      LC Control Number98905013

      East India Company. MADRAS PRESIDENCY. In A D East India Company established their first factory at Mussilipattanam in south India. In A D. E I C obtained permission to establish a factory at Chinnapattanam or Fort St. George from Raja of Chandrageri. This region comes to be known as Madras Presidency. Summary. 1/2 Dub or 1/96 Rupee, Issued by, Northern Circars, Madras Presidency, India, Minted by Soho Mint, Birmingham. Obverse Description. Within a broad rim, the company arms, a quartered shield (oval crowned Royal shield in the first quarter of the shield else plain); crest of a helm with lion holding the Imperial Crown; lion supporters, each holding a banner charged with a cross.

        Nagpur, presidency Madras, 25th Dec , Maria dau of James Dunn sergeant of Madras European Regiment and Charlotte his wife Indo Briton born Jul 29th Nagpur, presidency Madras, 14the Dec Thomas Henry son of James Dunn sgt, Madras European Reg. and his wife Charlotte his wife Indo Briton born Dec /. The Beginning and Growth of East India Company. By , English East India Company had established factories at Surat, Broach, Ahmedabad, Agra, and Masulipatam. From the very beginning, the English trading company tried to combine trade and diplomacy with war and control of the territory where their factories were situated.

      The East India Company is alive and well today and has access to a visual archive of its history, which would be used to illustrate the book. About the Author Antony Wild, although a native of Yorkshire, has spent much time in the Indian sub-continent, where he acquired a particular passion for Moghul s: From the the madras day website, The founding day of Madras is considered to be Aug It was on that day, in that year, that a sliver of land, where Fort. St. George stands today, was transacted by the East India deal was struck by Francis Day, his 'dubash' Beri Thimmappa, and.


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Record Groups kept by repositories in the Netherlands, Indonesia, India, Sri Lanka, South Africa, Malaysia and the United Kingdom that jointly make up the archives of the Dutch East India Company. For an exhaustive survey of VOC documents kept in the respective repositories, click on the link to the general information of the repository.

Madras Presidency and Establishment of Zamindari System: Zamindaris were established in the Madras Presidency by the government of the British East India Company starting from onwards.

These settlements were established in order to delineate authority to landlords and thereby relieve the ryot from the control of middlemen who often. A Manual of the Kistna District in the Presidency of Madras.

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This later book was republished in the s by the Government Press in Madras and is now out of print. The history of the British in India is well known.

The East India Company was formed in the year and was given a royal charter granting them a British monopoly on trade with the Indies. The company soon began sending ships to India and Java.

Initially, the Java trade was the most profitable, but this was displaced soon by the India trade. The British, initially content to purchase spices and other goods from the Dutch, decided to end their monopoly inwhen the Dutch increased the price of pepper. Inthe British East India Company established a settlement in the fishing village of.

Although the forces of the East India Company were at first only concerned with protecting the direct interests of the Company, this was to change with the Battle of Plassey in Faced with a local uprising led by Siraj ud-Daula (with some French assistance!), the Company’s army led by Robert Clive quickly defeated the insurgents.

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TANAP (Towards a New Age of Partnership) is a Dutch, Asian, South-African programme of cooperation. The objective of the TANAP project is to preserve and release the information contained in the archives of the Dutch East India Company (VOC). From inside the book. What people are saying - Write a review.

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