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Affairs of the East India Company: Contents of the appendix

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Journal of the House of Lords: Volume 62, 1830. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, [n.d.].

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Appendix to the Report from the Select Committee appointed to enquire into the present State of the Affairs of the EAST INDIA COMPANY.

CONTENTS OF THE APPENDIX.

Appendix A.

Papers ordered by the House.

A. (1.)

Papers relating to the Financial Accounts of The East India Company, Civil, Political and Commercial, and its Trade and Intercourse with the East generally.

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No.1. -Statement of the Account between the Territorial and Commercial Branches of the Affairs of The East India Company, in each Year, from 1st May 1814 to the latest Period:-
(1.) The Territorial Branch of the Affairs of The East India Company in Account with the Commercial Branch, in respect to Territorial and Political Payments made in England, from 1st May 1814 to 1st May 1829 6, 7
(2.) The Territorial Branch of the Affairs of The East India Company in Account with the Commercial Branch, in respect to Bills of Exchange drawn from India on account of Interest of India Debt, &c., in each Year, from 1st May 1814 to 1st May 1829 24, 25
No.2. -A Statement of the Amount of the Civil Charges of the Presidencies of Bengal, Madras and Bombay, from 1819-20 to 1828-29 34, 35
No.3. -Accounts of the Revenues and Charges of the Ceded and Conquered Provinces under the Presidencies of Bengal, Madras and Bombay, from 1809-10 to 1827-28 inclusive: -
(1.) An Account in Detail of the Revenues and Charges of the Ceded and Conquered Provinces under the Presidency of Bengal, from the Year 1809-10 to the Year 1827-28 inclusive 36, 37
(2.) An Account in Detail of the Revenues and Charges of the Ceded and Conquered Provinces of Madras, from 1809-10 to 1827-28, classed under Heads analogous to those in the Accounts of the Presidency 42, 43
(3.) An Account in Detail of the Revenues and Charges of the Ceded and Conquered Provinces under the Presidency of Bombay, from 1809-10 to 1827-28 inclusive 50, 51
No.4. -Details of the several Heads of Revenue and Charge of India contained in the Tables No. 1. A. B. and C. of the printed Papers presented to the House on the 9th Feb. 1830, and of those relating to Prince of Wales Island and Saint Helena, for the Years 1809-10, 1817-18 and 1827-28:-
(1.) Statement of the Revenues and Charges of the Presidency of Bengal (exclusive of the Commercial Charges) in the Years 1809-10, 1817-18 and 1827-28 54, 55
(2.) Statement of the several Heads of Revenue and Charge of the Presidency of Madras for the Years 1809-10, 1817-18 and 1827-8 64, 65
(3.) Statement of the Revenues and Charges of Bombay (exclusive of the Commercial Charges) in the Years 1809-10, 1817-18 and 1827-28 70, 71
(4.) Statement of the Revenues and Charges of Prince of Wales Island and Malacca in the Years 1809-10 and 1817-18, and of Prince of Wales Island, Singapore and Malacca in the Year 1827-28 78, 79
(5.) Statement of the Revenues and Charges of St. Helena for the Years 1809-10, 1817-18 and 1827-28 82, 83
No.5. -An Account of the Per-centage at which the several Heads of Revenue in India were collected for the Years included in the Papers presented on the 9th February 1830 84
No.6. -Annual Account of the Amount of Proceeds of the Sale of Goods of The East India Company in Great Britain, and of their Receipts, Charges and Payments; and a Statement of their Bond Debts and Simple Contract Debts; made up to the 1st May 1830:-
(1.) Amount of the Proceeds of the Sale of Goods and Merchandize of The East India Company in Great Britain, and of their Commercial and other Receipts, Charges and Payments in Great Britain, under the several Heads thereof; together with an Estimate of the same for the current Year; distinguishing the Receipts and Payments in the Political and Territorial Branch from those in the Commercial Branch 88, 89
(2.) An Account of new or increased Salaries, Establishments or Pensions, payable in Great Britain, granted or created between the 1st May 1829 and 1st May 1830 94
(3.) Allowances, Compensations, Remunerations and Superannuations granted to the Officers and Servants of The East India Company, under Sect. 93 of the Act 53 Geo. 3, C. 155, between 1st May 1829 and 1st May 1830 96
No.7. -Copy of a Minute of The Governor General of India, dated 30th October 1829, concerning the Indian Financial Estimates for 1829-30 97
No.8. -Copies of Letters from the Court of Directors of The East India Company to The Governor General and Governors in Council at Fort William in Bengal, Fort St. George in Madras, and Bombay, dated 10th March 1830:-
(1.) Letter from the Court of Directors of The East India Company to The Governor General in Council at Fort William in Bengal, dated 10th March 1830 99
(2.) Letter from the Court of Directors of The East India Company to The Governor in Council at Fort Saint George in Madras, dated 10th March 1830 100
(3.) Letter from the Court of Directors of The East India Company to The Governor in Council at Bombay, dated 10th March 1830 101
No.9. -An Account of the Profit or Loss upon the Trade of The East India Company between Europe and India, Europe and China, India and China, China and the North American Colonies, for the last Ten Years 102, 103
No.10. -Accounts shewing the Amount of all Supplies received from the several Presidencies and Settlements in India at the Factory at China, and from the Factory at the several Presidencies; with the Amount of Supplies from England, and of Cargoes consigned from the Factory to England; for each Year from 1822-23 to 1828-29 inclusive:-
(1.) Amount of all Supplies received from the several Presidencies and Settlements in India at the Factory at Canton; distinguishing the Presidencies, and specifying the particular Supplies under each Head and for each Year, calculated at 6s. 8d. the Tale 107
(2.) Amount of all Supplies from the Factory at Canton to the several Presidencies and Settlements in India; distinguishing the Presidencies, and specifying the particular Supplies under each Head and for each Year, calculated at 6s. 8d. the Tale 108
(3.) Amount of all Supplies received from the Island of Saint Helena at the Factory at Canton ibid.
(4.) Amount of all Supplies from the Factory at Canton to the Island of Saint Helena, specifying the particular Supplies under each Head and for each Year, calculated at 6s. 8d. the Tale 109
(5.) Amount of all Supplies from England to the Factory at Canton in each Year, calculated at 6s. 8d. the Tale ibid.
(6.) Amount of the Cargoes (and of what consisting) consigned from the Factory at Canton to England; likewise the Amount of all Payments for which England is debited, in each Year, calculated at 6s. 8d. the Tale 110, 111
No.11. -An Account of the Quantity and Value of Military Stores exported to India from 1819-20 to 1828-29 inclusive, specifying the Average Rate of Freight at which they have been sent out in each Year 112, 113
No.12. -Statement of the Amount paid by The East India Company for Commercial Freight in each Year since 1814; distinguishing the Amount charged to the Trade with India from the Amount charged to the Trade with China 114

See further in respect of this Head - Appendix B. Nos. 3 to 11 inclusive, 16, 24, 30, 31.

Appendix C. Nos. 1 to 40 inclusive.

A. (2.)

Papers relating particularly to the China Trade carried on by the Company and other British Subjects.

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No.1. -Accounts of all Imports and Exports between Great Britain and China from 1811 to 1828; specifying the Quantity and Value of the principal Articles, and distinguishing the Trade of The East India Company from the Privilege Trade:-
(1.) An Account of all Goods imported from China into Great Britain from the Year 1811 to the Year 1828, both inclusive; specifying the Quantity and Value of the principal Articles imported, and distinguishing the Trade of The East India Company from the Privilege Trade 116
(2.) An Account of all Goods exported to China from Great Britain from the Year 1811 to the Year 1828, both inclusive; specifying the Quantity and Declared Value of the principal Articles exported, and distinguishing the Trade of The East India Company from the Privilege Trade 122, 123
No.2. -An Account of Goods exported by the Court of Directors from England to Canton from 1822-23 to 1828-29; and a Statement of the Gain or Loss on the Sales of the Company's Exports in each Year 136, 137
No.3. -A Statement of the Company's Establishment of Supra Cargoes, &c. at Canton; specifying the Rank of each, their respective Salaries, and all other Charges of the Establishment; likewise the Commission paid to each on the European or Chinese Sales of Goods; from 1822-23 to 1828-29 138
No.4. -An Account shewing all other Charges, as well in China as in England, incurred by The East India Company in their Trade with China, including Freight; and stating the actual Amount in each Year from 1822-23 145
No.5. -An Account of all Sums paid for Freight, Demorage, &c. on Ships employed by The East India Company on the China Trade, from 1822 to 1828 inclusive 147
No.6. -An Account of the Rate of Freight per Ton paid by The East India Company, from China, on the Average of the whole Tonnage from 1824 to 1829 ibid
No.7. -An Account of the Charges incurred by The East India Company on their Shipping at Canton, including the Measurement of Ships, &c. from the Year 1822-3 to the Year 1828-9 ibid.
No.8. -An Account of the Losses sustained by The East India Company in the China Trade in each Year, from the Year 1822-23 to the Year 1828-29 inclusive, by Perils of the Sea, Capture, Damage or Waste of Goods, Short Deliveries, or other Causes 148
No.9. -An Account shewing the Amount of all Bills of Exchange drawn upon the Court of Directors, by the Supercargoes of Canton, in each Year, 1822-23 to 1828-29 inclusive, in Tales, converted into Sterling Money at the Rate of 6s. 8d. per Tale, contrasted with the Amount of the Payment of the said Bills actually made in Sterling Money 149
No.10. -A Return of the Trade with China carried on by The East India Company, and by Private Ships under the British Flag, for the last Fifteen Years, distinguishing the principal Articles and the Tonnage employed 150, 151

See further in respect of this Head - Appendix B. Nos. 1, 2, 17 to 23 inclusive, 29, 41.

A. (3.)

Papers relating more especially to the Tea Trade.

No.1 -An Account of the Quantity of Tea exported by The East India Company from Canton; specifying the several Kinds of Tea, and the Average Prime Cost per Pound, in each Year, from the Year 1822-23 up to the latest Period the same can be made out 156, 157
No.2. -An Account of the several Sales of The East India Company from 1822-23 up to the latest Period; specifying the Quantity of each Kind of Tea sold, the Average Price at which each Kind was put up, and at which each Kind was sold at each Sale 158, 159
No.3. -Correspondence and Papers relating to the Samples of Tea procured from Foreign Countries by His Majesty's Consuls:-
(1.) Copy of a Letter from Lord Ellenborough to the Chairman and Deputy Chairman of The East India Company, dated 13th June 1829 173
(2.) Copy of a Letter from the Chairman of The East India Company to Lord Ellenborough, dated 17th July 1829 ibid.
(3.) Copy of a Letter from B. S. Jones, Esq. to John Backhouse, Esq. dated 6th July 1829 173
(4.) Copy of a Letter from John Backhouse, Esq. to B. S. Jones, Esq. dated 3d September 1829.- With One Inclosure ibid.
(5.) Copy of a Letter from Henry Canning, Esq. Consul General at Hamburgh, to John Bidwell, Esq. dated 13th October 1829 174
(6.) Copy of a Letter from Ditto to Ditto, dated 20th October 1829. - With Eight Enclosures ibid.
(7.) Copy of a Letter from Alexander Ferrier, Esq. Consul at Rotterdam, to the Commissioners for the Affairs of India, dated 12th September 1829 178
(8.) Copy of a Letter from Ditto to Ditto, dated 15th September 1829.- With Four Enclosures 179
(9.) Copy of a Letter from Christian Koch, Esq. Consul at Frankfort, to John Bidwell, Esq. dated 4th October 1829 183
(10.) Copy of a Letter from Sir Daniel Bayley, Consul General at St. Petersburgh, to John Bidwell, Esq. dated 25th September/7th October 1829. - With Three Enclosures 184
(11.) Copy of a Letter from J. C. Buchanan, Esq. Acting Consul at New York, to John Bidwell, Esq. dated 31st October 1829. - With Two Enclosures 186
(12.) Copy of a Letter from George Manners, Esq. Consul at Boston, to John Bidwell, Esq. dated 25th November 1829 187
(13.) Copy of a Letter from George Manners, Esq. to the Commissioners for the Affairs of India, dated 25th November 1829. - With Two Enclosures ibid.
(14.) Copy of a Letter from George Bankes, Esq. to Thomas Lack, Esq. dated 18th January 1830 190
(15.) Copy of a Letter from Thomas Lack, Esq. to George Bankes, Esq. dated 5th February 1830. - With One Enclosure ibid.
(16.) Copy of a Letter from B. S. Jones, Esq. to certain Firms of Tea Brokers, dated 5th February 1830 191
(17.) Copy of a Letter from Ditto to Peter Auber, Esq. dated 5th February 1830 ibid.
(18.) Copy of a Letter from Peter Auber, Esq. to B. S. Jones, Esq. dated 6th February 1830 ibid.
(19.) Copy of a Letter from Henry H. Goodhall, Esq. to B. S. Jones, Esq. dated 6th February 1830 ibid.
(20.) Copy of a Letter from B. S. Jones, Esq. to Messrs. Venn and Co. dated 8th February 1830 192
(21.) Copy of a Letter from Ditto to J. C. Freeling, Esq. dated 8th February 1830 ibid.
(22.) Copy of a Memorandum by B. S. Jones, Esq. dated 15th March 1830 ibid
(23.) Copy of a Letter from B. S. Jones, Esq. to J. C. Freeling, Esq. dated 16th March 1830 ibid.
(24.) Copy of a Letter from certain Firms of Tea Brokers to B. S. Jones, Esq. dated 6th April 1830 193

See further in respect of this Head- Appendix A. (1.) No. 9.

Appendix A. (2.) No. 10.

Appendix A. (4.) as far as relates to sAmerican and Foreign Tea Trade.

Appendix B. Nos. 32 to 38 inclusive, 43; and Papers relating to America and Foreign Tea Trade.

Appendix C. Nos. 41 to 44 inclusive.

A. (4.)

Papers relating to the Trade carried on by the Americans and other Foreign Nations with India, China and the Eastern Islands.

No.1. -A Return of the Foreign Trade with China; distinguishing the different Nations, the Tonnage employed by each Nation, and the principal Articles of Export and Import, as far as the same can be ascertained, for the last Fifteen Years:-
(1.) A Return of the Foreign Trade with China carried on by the Swedish, Danish, Dutch and French Nations, so far as the same can be ascertained, for the last Fifteen Years 196, 197
(2.) A Return of the Foreign Trade with China carried on by the Americans, distinguishing the principal Articles of Export and Import, also the Tonnage employed, so far as the same can be ascertained, for the last Fifteen Years 198, 199
No. 2. -A Statement of the several Articles of British Produce and Manufacture exported in American Vessels to China and to the East Indies, from 1818 to the present Time; together with the Official and Declared Value of each Article 200, 201

See further in respect of this Head- Appendix B. Nos. 12 to 15 inclusive, 25 to 28 inclusive, 30, 40, 42. Appendix C. No. 40.

A. (5.)

Papers relating to the Cultivation of Coffee, Cotton and Tobacco in India.

No.1. -Papers relating to the Cultivation of Coffee in the East Indies:-
(1.) Extract of a Revenue Letter from the Bengal Government to the Court of Directors, dated 29th June 1826, respecting the Permission granted to Europeans to hold Lands on Lease for the Cultivation of Coffee 206
(2.) Minute of Mr. Trower, Member of the Board of Revenue at Calcutta, dated 25th March 1823 ibid.
(3.) Resolution of the Government of Bengal, passed 7th May 1824 207
(4.) Extract of Revenue Letter from the Court of Directors to the Government of Bengal, dated 10th September 1828, in reply to theLetter from Bengal of 29th June 1826 209
(5.) Extract of a Letter from the Court of Directors to the Government of Bengal, dated 8th July 1829, directing that Government to adhere to the Terms of their Resolution of 7th May 1824 ibid.
No.2. -Correspondence relating to the Cultivation of Cotton and Tobacco in the East Indies:-
(1.) Copy of a Letter from the Secretary to the Committee of Privy Council for Trade to the Secretary to the Commissioners for the Affairs of India 210
(2.) Copy of a Letter from the Secretary to the India Board to the Secretary to the Court of Directors of The East India Company 211
(3.) Copy of a Letter from the Secretary of the India Board to the Secretary of the Board of Trade ibid.
(4.) Copy of a Letter from the Secretary to the Court of Directors of The East India Company to the Secretary of the India Board ibid.
(5.) Copy of a Letter from the President of the India Board to the Chairman and Deputy Chairman of The East India Company 216
(6.) Copy of a Letter from the Secretary of the India Board to the Secretary of the Board of Trade 217
(7.) Copy of a Dispatch from the Court of Directors of The East India Company to The Governor in Council at Bombay, dated 18th February 1829 ibid.
(8.) Copy of a Dispatch from the Court of Directors of The East India Company to The Governor General in Council at Bengal, dated 8th July 1829 219
(9.) Copy of a Dispatch from the Court of Directors of The East India Company to The Governor in Council at Bombay, dated 4th November 1829 220

Appendix B.

Papers relating to the Trade with India and China; presented to the House by His late Majesty's Command, the 5th of June 1829.

No.1. -An Account of the Annual Value of the Trade between the Subjects of Great Britain and China, from 1814-15 to 1827-28 5
No.2. -An Account of the Quantity and Value of all Manufactures, exclusive of Woollens, exported by The East India Company and their Officers to China in the last Nineteen Years, ending 30th April 1829 6
No.3. -An Account of the Quantities and Value of British Manufactures exported to all Parts of India, exclusive of China, by The East India Company, since March 1814 to 30th April 1829 10
No.4. -An Account of the Quantity of British Manufactures exported to our Indian Possessions in Twenty Years, ending 30th April 1829 respectively; specifying particularly the Quantity and Value of Woollens and Cottons 14
No.5. -Statement of the Value of Imports into and Exportsfrom the Territories of Fort William, Fort St. George and Bombay, by Sea, from 1814-15 to 1826-27, exclusive of the Trade of The East India Company (extracted from the Reports of External Commerce received from Bengal, Bombay and Madras respectively) 18
No.6. -An Account of the Value of Imports into the several Presidencies of India from the United Kingdom, and of Exports from India to the United Kingdom, from 1814-15 to 1826-27, exclusive of Exports or Imports on account of The East India Company (extracted from the Reports of External Commerce) ibid.
No. 7. -An Account of the Trade between the Eastern Islands and India, from 1814-15 to 1826-27 19
No.8. -Statement of the Quantity and Cost in London of White List Cloth (Red) exported to India in 1813-14, and to be exported in 1828-29, by The East India Company ibid.
No.9. -Statement of the Prices of British Calicoes, &c. in October 1813 to 1828 20
No.10. -Statement of the Prices of India Cotton Piece Goods at The East India Company Sales in 1813 and 1828 ibid.
No.11. -Statement of the Quantity and Cost in London of Woollens exported to China in 1813-14, and to be exported in 1828-29 21
No.12. -An Account of the Quantity and Value of Cargoes exported by American Ships from the different Ports of British India, from 1815-16 to 1826-27 inclusive- Bengal 22
No.13. -An Account of the Quantity and Value of Cargoes exported by American Ships from the different Ports of British India, from 1815-16 to 1826-27 inclusive- Fort St. George 24
No.14. -An Account of the Ditto Ditto- 26
No.15. -An Account of the Quantity of American Tonnage which has cleared out from the different Ports of British India, from 1815-16 to 1826-27 inclusive 28
No.16. -An Account of the Quantity of Registered Tonnage employed by The East India Company in their Trade to our Indian Possessions, excluding Ships touching at the Ports of Continental India on their Voyage to China; confined to such Ships as returned to England with Cargoes 30
No.17. -An Account of the Registered Tonnage employed by The East India Company in their Trade to China from Year to Year; confined to such Ships as returned to England with Cargoes ibid.
No.18. -An Account of the Quantity of Registered Tonnage belonging to The East India Company clearing out annually from Canton for England 31
No.19. -An Account of the Quantity of Tonnage employed annually in the Country Trade between the different Ports of British India and Canton, from 1808-9 to 1826-27 inclusive 32
No.20. -An Account of the Invoice Value of The East India Company's Trade between China and England, from 1814-15 to 1827-28 inclusive 34
No.21. -An Account of the Quantity of British Manufactures annually imported by The East India Company into the Port of Canton, from the Year 1809-10 to the Year 1827-28 respectively; specifying particularly the Quantities of Woollens and Cottons imported 35
No.22. -An Account of the Quantity of Woollens exported by The East India Company to China, in each Year, from 1st March 1820 to the present Time 38
No.23. -An Account of the Prime Cost and Quantity of Raw Silk exported from Canton by The East India Company, in each Year, from 1809-10 to 1827-28 inclusive ibid.
No.24. -An Account showing the Quantities of Raw Silk imported into London from Bengal, in each Year, from1813 to 1828 inclusive; distinguishing the Quantities imported by the Company from the Imports of Private Merchants, and the Average Price per lb. of all the Company's and Private Bengal Raw Silk sold at their Sales in the same Years 39
No.25. -An Account of the Value of Imports and Exports from the Port of Canton by the Subjects of the United States of America, from 1814-15 to 1826-27 40
No.26. -An Account of the Exports from Canton by the Americans, intended for American Consumption, from 1815-16 to 1826-27 41
No.27. -An Account of the Exports from Canton by the Americans, intended for European Consumption, from 1815-16 to 1826-27 42
No.28. -Statement of the Number of Furs imported into China by the Americans, from 1804-5 to 1826-27 43
No.29. -An Account of the Value and Quantity of the Cargoes imported into Canton and Macao on the Tonnage employed annually in the Country Trade between the different Ports of British India and of Canton and Macao, specifying particularly the Quantities and Value of Raw Cotton and Opium, from 1817-18 to 1826-27 44
No.30. -Quantities and Value of British Manufactures imported into China by the Americans in 1824-25, 1825-26 and 1826-27; and also the Amount imported by The East India Company and their Officers in the same Year 46
No.31. -Statement of the Amounts paid in England for Freight and Demurrage, including Cost and Outfit of Company's own Ships, from 1st May 1814 to 30th April 1829 ibid.
No.32. -An Account of the Prime Cost and Quantity of Tea exported from Canton by The East India Company, in each Year, from 1809-10 to 1827-28 inclusive 47
No.33. -An Account of the Quantity and Sale Amount of Teas sold by The East India Company, in each Year, from 1810-11 to 1828-29 inclusive ibid.
No.34. -An Account of the Quantity and Value of Teas sold by The East India Company at the Cape of Good Hope, from the Year 1813-14 to 1827-28; also showing the Rate of Colonial Duty payable thereon 48
No.35. -An Account of the Quantity and Value of Teas sold by The East India Company at Quebec and Montreal, in the Years 1825-26, 1826-27 and 1827-28, with the Rates of Colonial Duty payable thereupon ibid.
No.36. -An Account of the Quantity and Value of Teas sold by The East India Company at Halifax in the Years 1826-27 and 1827-28, with the Rate of ColonialDuty payable thereupon ibid.
No.37. -Rates of Duty payable upon Teas imported into New York 49
No.38. -An Account of the Quantity of Tea put up to Sale in the Years 1826, 1827 and 1828; the Quantity sold, and the Quantity refused by the Buyers, (including the private Trade of the Commanders and Officers) ibid.
No.39. -Letter from Thomas Lack, Esquire, to George Bankes, Esquire, dated at the Office of Committee of Privy Council for Trade, Whitehall, 12th December 1828; with One Enclosure ibid.
No.40. (Enclosure.)-Accounts of the Trade by Subjects of the United States of America to and from the East Indies and China, in the Years 1826 and 1827, and of the Rate of Duty payable in America upon the various Descriptions of Tea imported 50
No.41. -An Account of the Charges imposed by the Chinese Government on Ships in the Company's Service entering the Port of Canton, from 1814-15 to 1827-28 52
No.42. -Letter from John Backhouse, Esquire, to George Bankes, Esquire, dated 15th May 1829; with Two Enclosures ibid.
1. (Enclosure.)- Copy of a Letter from John M'Tavish, Esq. Acting Consul General at Washington, to John Bidwell, Esq. dated 23d March 1829 ibid.
2. (Enclosure.)- List of the Number of Vessels belonging to the United States which have cleared from their Ports for Ports beyond the Cape of Good Hope, in each Year since 1813 53
No. 43. -Letter from John Backhouse, Esq. to the Secretary of the Board of Controul, dated 17th February 1829;with Enclosures 54
1. Letter from Sir Daniel Bayley, Consul General at St. Petersburg, to John Backhouse, Esq. dated 6-18th December 1828; with One Enclosure ibid.
2. (Enclosure.)- Copy of a Price Current of Teas at St. Petersburg in November 1828 56
3. Letter from Henry Canning, Esq. Consul General at Hamburgh, to John Bidwell, Esq. dated 16th January 1829; with Four Enclosures 57
4. (Enclosure, No. 1.)- A Table showing thePrices, Duties and Drawback on Tea at the Hans Towns 58
5. (Enclosure, No. 2.)- Copy of a Letter from - to Mr. Henry Canning, dated Hamburgh, 13th January 1829 59
6. (Enclosure, No. 3.)- Extract of a Letter from the British Consul at Bremen to Mr. Henry Canning, dated 20th December 1828 ibid.
7. (Enclosure, No. 4.)-Extract of a Letter from the British Vice-Consul at Lubeck to Mr. Henry Canning, dated 22d December 1828 ibid.
8. Letter from D. R. Morier, Esq. Consul General at Paris, to the Earl of Aberdeen, dated 28th November 1828; with One Enclosure 60
9. (Enclosure.)- Statement showing the Amount of Tea imported into France from the Year 1820 to 1827 inclusive, the Rates of Import Duty payable thereon, and the current Wholesale Prices of the different Qualities thereof reduced into English Money at the current Rate of Exchange, viz. frs. 25, 22½ p' £ Sterling 60
10. Letter from Sir Henry Lushington, Consul General at Naples, to John Bidwell, Esq. dated 13th December 1828; with One Enclosure 61
11. (Enclosure.)- Statement of the Quantity of Tea imported into Naples in the Years 1826 and 1827 ibid.
12. Letter from Frederick Lindeman, Esq. Consul General at Palermo, to John Backhouse, Esq. dated 17th December 1828 ibid.
13. Letter from William Taylor Money, Esq. Consul General at Venice, to John Backhouse, Esq. dated 3d January 1829; with One Enclosure 62
14. (Enclosure.)- An Account of the Quantities of Tea imported, and the Rates of Duty payable thereon, in the several Austrian Ports in the Adriatic; shewing the State of the Consumption of that Article in the Southern Parts of the Austrian States ibid.
15. Letter from Alexander Gibson, Esq. Consul at Dantzic, to John Backhouse, Esq. dated 23d January 1829 63
16. Letter from Christian Koch, Esq. Consul at Frankfort, to John Backhouse, Esq. dated 28th December 1828 ibid.
17. Mr. Consul Fenwick's Report on the Consumption and Prices of Tea in Denmark, dated 13th December 1828 65
18. Letter from De Hochepied Larpent, Esq. Consul at Antwerp, to John Backhouse, Esq dated 28th November 1828; with Twox Enclosures 66
19. (Enclosure, No. 1.)- Statement of the Duty on Tea in the Netherlands, as it existed in the former Tariff ibid.
20. (Enclosure, No. 2.)- Statement of the Prices of Tea at Antwerp, reduced into British Money and Weight, at the current Rate of Exchange; likewise the precise Quantity consumed yearly in the Southern Provinces, with the Duties to be paid thereon according to the new Tariff published by Authority on the 1st June 1828 67
21. Letter from De Hochepied Larpent, Esq. Consul at Antwerp, to John Bidwell, Esq. dated 2d December 1828; with Two Enclosures 68
22. (Enclosure, No. 1.)- Copy of the Law of the Netherlands Government of the 31st March 1828, relating to the free Exportation and Importation of Merchandize from and into that Kingdom ibid.
23. (Enclosure, No. 2.)- Copy of the special Decree of His Netherland Majesty, dated 10th September 1828, extending the above Law to the Port of Antwerp 69
24. Letter from Alexander Ferrier, Esq. Consul at Rotterdam, to John Bidwell, Esq. dated 18th November 1828 ibid.
25. Letter from James Sterling, Esq. Consul at Genoa, to John Bidwell, Esq. dated 30th November 1828 70
26. Letter from John Falconar, Esq. Consul at Leghorn, to John Bidwell, Esq. dated 3d December 1828 ibid.
27. Letter from John Parke, Esq. Consul at Ancona, to John Bidwell, Esq. dated 23d December 1828; with One Enclosure 71
28. (Enclosure.)- Statement of the Consumption of Tea, the Prices of the different Qualities thereof, and the Rates of Duties levied thereon in the Roman States, in English Money, at the current Exchange ibid.
29. Letter from George During, Esq. Consul at Trieste, to John Backhouse, Esq. dated 4th December 1828; with One Enclosure ibid.
30.(Enclosure.)- Prices of Tea in Trieste 72
India Board, Westminster, 4th June 1829.

Appendix C.

Papers relating to the Finances of The East India Company, and the Trade to India and China; presented to the House by His late Majesty's Command, the 9th of February 1829.

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No.1. -General Statement of the Revenues and Charges of India, (exclusive of the Commercial Charges,) drawn from the Accounts presented to Parliament; also shewing the Interest paid upon the Debts, with the Result of each Year, from the Year 1809-10 to the Year 1826-27 inclusive, with the Estimate of the same for the Year 1827-28 2
No.1. (A.) -Statement of the Revenues and Charges of the Presidency of Bengal, (exclusive of the Commercial Charges,) drawn from the Accounts presented to Parliament; shewing also the Interest paid upon the Debts, and the Result of each Year, from the Year 1809-10 to the Year 1826-27 inclusive, with the Estimate of the same for the Year 1827-28 4
No.1.(B.) -Statement of the Revenues and Charges of the Presidency of Madras, (exclusive of the Commercial Charges,) drawn from the Accounts presented to Parliament; shewing also the Interest paid upon the Debts, and the Result of each Year, from the Year 1809-10 to the Year 1826-27 inclusive, with the Estimate of the same for the Year 1827-28 6
No.1. (C.) -Statement of the Revenues and Charges of the Presidency of Bombay, (exclusive of the Commercial Charges,) drawn from the Accounts presented to Parliament; shewing also the Interest paid upon the Debts, and the Result of each Year, from the Year 1809-10 to the Year 1826-27 inclusive, with the Estimate of the same for the Year 1827-28 8
No.1. (D.) -Statement of the Revenues and Charges of the Presidency and Settlements of Prince of Wales Island, Bencoolen and St. Helena, (exclusive of the Commercial Charges,) drawn from the Accounts presented to Parliament; shewing also the Interest paid upon the Debts, and the Result of each Year, from the Year 1809-10 to the Year 1826-27 inclusive, with the Estimate of the same for the Year 1827-28 10
No.2. -An Account of the Total Annual Amount of the Revenues and Charges of the several Presidencies in India, from the Year 1809-10 to the Year 1826-27, with the Estimate of the same for the Year 1827-28, as laid before Parliament; distinguishing, as to the Revenues, the Revenues realized in the original Possessions of The East India Company from the Subsidies from Native Princes, or Collections from ceded and conquered Countries; and as to the Charges, the Military Charges, and the Charges for Buildings and Fortifications, from Civil, Revenue, Judicial and Marine Charges; shewing also the Net Charge of Bencoolen, Prince of Wales Island, &c.; likewise the Interest paid on the Debts, and the Amount of Territorial Charges paid in England 14
No.2. (A.) -Statement of the Revenues realized in the original Possessions of The East India Company at Bengal, Madras and Bombay, from the Year 1809-10 to the Year 1826-27 inclusive, with the Estimate of the same for the Year 1827-28 16
No.2. (B.) -Account shewing the Gross and Net Receipts from Subsidies under Treaties with the Native Princes of India, or from the Revenues of the ceded and conquered Countries, from the Year 1809-10 to the Year 1826-27 inclusive, with the Estimate of the same for the Year 1827-28 18
No.2. (C.) -Statement of the Civil, Revenue, Judicial, Marine and other Charges, (exclusive of the Civil Charges of the ceded and conquered Countries,) defrayed at Bengal, Madras and Bombay, from the Year 1809-10 to the Year 1826-27 inclusive, with the Estimate of the same for the Year 1827-28 20
No.2. (D.) -Explanatory Notes relative to the Distinctions of Territory observed in the Account, No. 2, and its Appendices *23
No. 2. x. -An Account of the Revenues and Charges of India, in each of the Three Years ending 30th April 1827, 30th April 1828 and 30th April 1829 (the last Year on Estimate;) shewing the Annual Surplus of Revenue or Charge, after the Payment of Territorial Charges in England *26
No.3. -An Account of the Amount of the Bond and other Debts owing by The East India Company, at their several Presidencies in India, on the 30th April in each Year, from 1809 to 1814, both inclusive 24
No.4. -An Account of the Amount of the Bond and other Territorial Debts owing by The East India Company, at their several Presidencies in India, on the 30th April in each Year, from 1814 to 1827, both inclusive 26
No.5. -An Account of the Amount of the Assets of The East India Company, at the several Presidencies in India, on the 30th April in each Year, from 1809 to 1813, both inclusive 28
No.6. -An Account of the Amount of the Assets of The East India Company, at the several Presidencies and Settlements in India, on the 30th April in each Year, from the Year 1814 to the Year 1827, bothinclusive, distinguishing the Territorial from the Commercial Assets 30
No.7. -Abstract Statement of the Result of the Debts and Assets of The East India Company in India, on the 30th April in each Year, from 1809 to 1827, both inclusive 34
No.8. -Computation of the Rate of Interest payable on theIndian Debt, on the 30th April 1809, 30th April 1814 and 30th April 1828 35
No.9. -An Account of the Sums received at the Presidencies of Fort William, Fort St. George and Bombay, for Sales of Import Goods and Stores, in each Year, from the Year 1809-10 to the Year 1827-28 inclu-sive 35
No.10. -An Account of the Commercial Charges not added to the Invoices, at the several Presidencies in India respectively, from the Year 1809-10 to 1813-14 inclusive 36
No.11. -An Account of the Commercial Charges not added to the Invoices, at the several Presidencies in India respectively, from the Year 1814-15 to the Year 1827-28 inclusive 36
No.12. -An Account shewing the Amount of all Advances made at the several Presidencies and Settlements in India, for the Purposes of Commerce, in so far as regards the Purchase of Investments for Europe,from the Year 1809-10 to 1813-14 inclusive; shewing the Amount applied to the Purchase of Investment in China, and distinguishing the Amountissued in Repayment of Territorial Charges defrayed in England, from the Amount issued from Commercial Funds 37
No.13. -An Account shewing the Amount of all Advances made at the several Presidencies and Settlements in India, for the Purposes of Commerce, in so far as regards the Purchase of Investments for Europe,from the Year 1814-15 to 1827-28 inclusive; shewing the Amount applied to the Purchase of Investment in China, and distinguishing the Amountissued in Repayment of Territorial Charges defrayed in England, from the Amount issued from Commercial Funds 37
No.14. -An Account shewing the Amount of all Supplies from the several Presidencies and Settlements in India to the Factory at Canton, in each Year, from the Year 1809-10 to 1827-28 inclusive 38
No.15. -An Account shewing the Amount of all Suppliesreceived at the several Presidencies and Settlements in India, &c. from the Factory at Canton, in each Year, from the Year 1809-10 to the Year 1827-28 inclusive 38
No.16. -An Account of Sums written off the Books of the several Presidencies in India respectively, as Losses, from the Year 1809-10 to the Year 1813-14 inclusive, which have not been inserted in the Chargesof the said Presidencies 39
No.17. -An Account of all Sums written off the Territorial Books of the several Presidencies in India respectively, as Losses, from the Year 1814-15 to the Year 1826-27 inclusive, which have not been inserted in the Charges of the said Presidencies 39
No.18. -An Account of the Increase of Dead Stock in India, consisting of Plate, Household Furniture, Stores, &c. &c. between April 1809 and April 1814, the Expence of which is not included in the Charges;distinguishing what was purchased in India from what was supplied by England, so far as the same can be done 40
No.19. -An Account of the Increase of Dead Stock in India, consisting of Plate, Household Furniture, Stores, &c. &c. between April 1814 and April 1827, the Expence of which is not included in the Charges,distinguishing what was purchased in India from what was supplied by England, so far as the same can be done; distinguishing also the Territorialfrom the Commercial Dead Stock 40
No.20. -General Statement, shewing the Amount of the Proceeds of the Sales of Goods and Merchandize of The East India Company, in Great Britain, and of their Commercial and other Receipts, Charges and Payments in Great Britain, under the several Heads thereof, in each Year, from 1st March 1810 to 30th April 1814 41
No.21. -General Statement, shewing the Amount of the Proceeds of the Sales of Goods and Merchandize of The East India Company, in Great Britain, and of their Commercial and other Receipts, Chargesand Payments in Great Britain, under the several Heads thereof, from the Year 1814-15 to the Year 1828-29 inclusive, according to the Annual Ac-counts presented to Parliament; distinguishing the Receipts and Payments in the Political and Territorial Branch, from the Receipts and Payments inthe Commercial Branch 42
No.22. -General Statement of the Bond and Simple Contract Debts of The East India Company, the State of Cash remaining in their Treasury, and other Effects appertaining to them, in Great Britain and Afloat,on the 1st March in each Year, from 1811 to 1813 inclusive, and on the 1st May 1814 46
No.23. -General Statement of the Bond Debts and Simple Contract Debts of The East India Company, with the Rates of Interest they respectively carry, and the Amount of such Interest, and the State of Cashremaining in the Treasury, and other Effects appertaining to the Company, in Great Britain and Afloat, on the 1st May in each Year, from 1815 to 1829 inclusive; distinguishing the Debts and Assets in the Political and Territorial Branch, from the Debts and Assets in the Commercial Branch 48
No.24. -An Account of Stock per Computation of The East India Company, (exclusive of their Capital Stock,) drawn out in respect to England, to the 1st May 1815, and in respect to India, to 1st May 1814 50
No.25. -Stock per Computation of The East India Company, (exclusive of their Capital Stock,) drawn out, in respect to England, to 1st May 1828, and in respect to India, to 1st May 1827 56
No.26. -Sale Amount of Privilege and Private Trade Goodssold at The East India Company's Sales, from 1810-11 to 1828-29, distinguishing India from China 63
No.27. -An Account of the Sale Amount of the Company's,the Private Trade, and the Neutral and Prize Goods, &c. sold by The East India Company in each Year, from 1810-11 to 1828-29, inclusive 64
No.28. -An Account shewing the Invoice Amount of all Goods, Stores and Bullion exported by The East India Company to their several Presidencies and Settlements in India respectively, to the Island ofSt. Helena, and to their Factory at Canton, from the Season 1810-11 to the Season 1828-29 inclusive; distinguishing each Season, likewise theAmount of Goods from Stores, and the Bullion on the Political Account from the Bullion on the Commercial Account 66
No.29. -An Account of all Sums received by The East India Company on Bills of Exchange remitted to them from their several Presidencies and Settlements in India, and their Factory at Canton, respectively, in each Year, from 1810-11 to 1813-14 inclusive;distinguishing Bills drawn on Territorial and Commercial Account; and shewing also the Amount drawn on the Departments of His Majesty'sGovernment 68
No.30. -An Account of all Sums received by The East India Company on Bills of Exchange remitted to them from their several Presidencies and Settlements in India, and their Factory at Canton, respectively, in each Year, from 1814-15 to 1828-29 inclusive; distinguishing Bills drawn on Territorial and Commercial Account; and shewing also the Amount drawn on the Departments of His Majesty'sGovernment 68
No.31. -An Account shewing the Amount of all Sums paidby The East India Company from their Treasury in England, supposed to be chargeable to the Territories in India, from the Year 1810-11 to the Year 1813-14 inclusive 70
No.32. -An Account shewing the Amount of all Sums paidby The East India Company from their Treasury in England, chargeable to the Territories in India, from the Year 1814-15 to the Year 1828-29 inclusive 70
No.33. -An Account shewing the Amount of all Bills of Exchange and Certificates paid by The East India Company, in each Year, from the 1st March 1810 to 30th April 1814 inclusive; distinguishing India from China; and specifying, as far as practicable, such as were for Liquidation of Indian Debt, for Interest on Indian Debt, and for general Purposes 71
No.34. -An Account shewing the Amount of all Bills of Exchange and Certificates paid by The East India Company, in each Year, from the 1st May 1814 to the 30th April 1829 inclusive; distinguishing India from China; and specifying, as far as practicable, such as were for Liquidation of Indian Debt, for Interest on Indian Debt, and for general Purposes 72
No.35. -Statement of the Rates of Exchange at which Bills have been drawn upon India by The East India Company, from 1812 to the latest Period 74
No.36. -Statement of the Rates of Exchange at which Bills have been drawn from India upon The East India Company from 1812 to the latest Period 74
No.37. -An Account of Imports and Exports between Great Britain and all Places to the Eastward of the Cape of Good Hope. (excepting China;) distinguishing the Articles and the Value, and the Private Trade from that of The East India Company, in each Year, from 1813 to the latest Period to which the same can be made up 75
No.38. -An Account of all Goods imported into Great Britain from the East Indies and China, (exclusive of the Mauritius,) in each of the Four Years ending 5th January 1829, specifying the Quantity and Value of the principal Articles imported 102
No.39. -An Account of all Goods exported from Great Britain to the East Indies and China, (exclusive of the Mauritius,) for each of the Six Years ending 5th January 1829 104
No.40. -A Statement of the Commerce of British India with Great Britain, North America, South America and Foreign Europe, from 1811-12 to 1826-27, both inclusive; distinguishing the Trade of The East India Company from that of Individuals, and Merchandize from Treasure:-
Imports into Bengal 108
Exports from D° 110
Imports into Bombay and Surat 112
Exports from D° 114
Imports into Fort St. George and Subordinates 116
Exports from D° 118
Abstract of the whole 120
No.41. -A Return of the Quantities and Prices of the several Sorts of Tea sold by The East India Company, in each Year during the present Charter, 1st May to 1st May 122
No.42. -A Statement shewing the Average Sale Price per lb. of all Teas sold by The East India Company in each Year during the present Charter 124
No.43. -An Account of the Quantity of Tea exported from Great Britain to Foreign Europe, to British Colonies and Possessions, and to all other Parts, in each Year, from 1814 to 10th October 1829 124
No.44. -Copy of a Letter from John Backhouse, Esq. to the Secretary of the Board of Controul, dated at the Foreign Office, 18th February 1829; with One Enclosure 125
(Enclosure.) -Copy of a Letter from Alexander Ferrier, Esq. His Majesty's Consul at Rotterdam, to John Bidwell, Esq. dated 7th October 1828 125
India Board, Westminster, 8th February 1830.

Appendix D.

Glossary of Oriental Terms.

(Originally annexed to the Fifth Report of the Committee of The House of Commons on the Affairs of The East India Company in 1812, and communicated to The House of Lords in 1830.)