East India (King of Oude), including copies of a minute by the Right Honourable Lord Auckland, the Governor-General of India, on the signature of the Treaty of 1837 with Mohummud Allie Shah, the then King of Oudh ..., and copies of a despatch from the Governor-General of India in Council, dated the 4th day of September 1854, together with its enclosures, and of the reply from the Court of Directors of the East India Company, relating to Oudh

Object Title

East India (King of Oude), including copies of a minute by the Right Honourable Lord Auckland, the Governor-General of India, on the signature of the Treaty of 1837 with Mohummud Allie Shah, the then King of Oudh ..., and copies of a despatch from the Governor-General of India in Council, dated the 4th day of September 1854, together with its enclosures, and of the reply from the Court of Directors of the East India Company, relating to Oudh

East India (King of Oude), including copies of a minute by the Right Honourable Lord Auckland, the Governor-General of India, on the signature of the Treaty of 1837 with Mohummud Allie Shah, the then King of Oudh ..., and copies of a despatch from the Governor-General of India in Council, dated the 4th day of September 1854, together with its enclosures, and of the reply from the Court of Directors of the East India Company, relating to Oudh

Date

26 August 1857

Reference

IND 2/3

Level

File

Scope and Content

British Parliamentary Paper 125. These papers begin with a minute by the Governor-General, Lord Auckland, on the King's signature and continue to include the abrogation of the Treaty by the Court of Directors of the East India Company, letters to the King from Lord Auckland and Lord Hardinge, etc [Bookseller's Description]

Extent

1 Document

Physical Characteristics / Technical Requirements

68 p. Folio. Disbound as a single text block

Access Conditions

Open access

Associations

Creator(s) House of Commons

Contents

  IND 2/3 - East India (King of Oude), including copies of a minute by the Right Honourable Lord Auckland, the Governor-General of India, on the signature of the Treaty of 1837 with Mohummud Allie Shah, the then King of Oudh ..., and copies of a despatch from the Governor-General of India in Council, dated the 4th day of September 1854, together with its enclosures, and of the reply from the Court of Directors of the East India Company, relating to Oudh