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  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    27 November 1787, 27 November 1787

    to ethe Court of Directors, they were •* pleafed to direct as follows :—" As the Revenue " Council at Patna are of Opinion that the Opium Bufi- •• nefs may be more conveniently conducted by their " Board than Subscribers-only content

    27 May 1799, 27 May 1799

    Copy of the Regifter in my Poffeffioh, " D. Mac Kinnon, Acting Chaplain of " His Majefty's 76th Regiment. " Patna, September 15th, 1798." " A correct Copy compared with the Original, and " figned before me, this 15th of Subscribers-only content

    18 May 1801, 18 May 1801

    vacant Day for Caufes after thofe already appointed. Upon reading the Petition of Henry Williams, of and now refiding at Patna, in the Province of Bengal-, in the Dirorce Bill. £aß Indies, Efquire, a Factor in the Civil Service of Subscribers-only content

    30 March 1813, 30 March 1813

    In Bengal the Petitioners were entitled to and poflefied of Fort William and the Town of Calcutta, with a large Territory thereto belonging, the Factories of Ballafore, Cofflnbuzar, Dacca, Hughly, Maulda, Raiamaul, and Patna ; all thefe Poffeffions were fub- Subscribers-only content

    4 June 1823, 4 June 1823

    are you a Native " Answer.—I am an Inhabitant of Nasser Gunge, in " Patna, and a Native of that Place. " Question.—Were you sent to Patna to make a Search " for Rammoney? " Answer,—Yes, I was sent by Subscribers-only content

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    LAW, Ewan (1747-1829), of Lower Brook Street, Mdx. and Horsted Place, Little Horsted, Suss.

    1802 191802 Ofifces Held Writer, E.I. Co. (Bengal) 1763; asst. collector, Patna 1768; factor and member of council, Patna 1770; jun. merchant 1772, sen. merchant 1776; chief at Patna 1777; home 1780; res. 1782. Ofifces Held Commr. of naval inquiry

    STEPHENSON, Edward (1691-1768), of Dawley, Mdx.

    1708, factor 1714; third in embassy to Delhi 1714-17; chief of factory at Balasor 1717-18; chief at Patna and later at Cassimbazar 1719-29; member of council at Fort William 1720; pres. and gov. Fort William 17-18 Sept. 1728; sheriff, Essex

    FRASER, James (b. ?1740), of Golden Sq., London

    1767 was established in business in Bengal where he became a close friend of George Graham. From his headquarters at Patna he conducted ‘extensive dealings’, and in 1772, ‘having for some time made the navigation of the Ganges his study’,

    VANSITTART, Henry (1732-?70), of Foxley, Berks.

    1760. His governorship was turbulent, marked by the deposition of two nawabs, dissensions within his council, and the massacre of Patna; but his attempts to halt the disorganization in the Company’s affairs and establish satisfactory relations with the native powers

    MUNRO, Sir Hector (?1725-1806), of Novar, Ross.

    regt. 1747-8, 48 Ft. 1749; lt. 31 Ft. 1754, capt. 1756; maj. 89 Ft. 1759, command at Patna 1764-5; brevet lt.-col. on half-pay 1765, brevet col. 1777; maj.-gen. (local rank India) 1777, c.-in-c. Madras 1777-80; maj.-gen. 1782; col. 42 Ft.

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    loferir yn Ldl. 7 - g Diagwylir i ddae o genhadon y Bedyddwyr-y f Parobh J. W. Price, o Patna, India, a'r Parob. A. G. ) Jones, o Chins, lanio yn y wlad hon yn foam, L b Cugiodd plant Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    higher. This may be taken as the average improvement; Bengal Rice went at I is. to l s. 6d. i Patna, 1Ms. 6d. to 14,.; East India produce is generally higher; Cloves are 2d. per lb. dearer, and Pepper d. Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    tho same tits-e sill be disposed '-of tlte entire reninders of the Stock, and the'whole of tite Cepper andi Steel Patna o. tbn chtse Wt-i3, together withb taeir Copyrighis. T'he Colinction tCouiiptiOes also a groat vriety of Ecanmedania (.azcd Fron..s, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    devil Dicas," &c.-Verdict for the plaintiff.-Damages 501. NORTHERNCRCTyoKMCH1 him g ln s gmekee toLo M ct was iiidicted foorshooting John. Patna uhromo h 9th of October last, with intent to do him ame bdilyharm.The roseutoran two poachersa were in Lord Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    she was beloved and venerated for her ever-active and untiring benevolence-Ducblin Evening Post. On tbe 1Stb of November, 1S39, at Patna, beloved and re- spected by all who knew him, Henry Douglas, Esq., son of the late Admniral Sir James Subscribers-only content

  • * Lane's Masonic Records *

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    Lodge Patna

    (1): Became Lodge Patna No. 105 on the formation of the United Grand Lodge of India on 24th November 1961 Meeting Places Patna, Province of Behar and Orissa, British India 1926 Freemasons' Hall, Fraser Road, Bankipore, Patna, Province of Bihar

 

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