report on the laccadive islands

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1874
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˹ 88 - I do stipulate to pay in like manner the half of whatever further income or profit from the said lands or trade shall be hereafter ascertained to accrue to me by the enquiries of the officers of Government And as it...
˹ 88 - ... from the said lands or trade shall be hereafter ascertained to accrue to me by the enquiries of the officers of Government And as it has been signified to me that after the rains a gentleman is to proceed to the Laccadives to sequester them for the advantage of the Honourable company's Government and to appropriate to the use of the said Government all the produce thereof, I do therefore engage to submit also to this, if it shall be ordered by the GovernorGeneral in Council neither shall I in...
˹ 153 - Of these 246 were drowned or washed away during the storm. One hundred and twelve perished in the ensuing five months from famine or from the diseases engendered by unwholesome and insufficient food, 376 escaped to the coast, leaving in the island 908 of whom nearly fourfifths are women and children.
˹ 104 - I give up my pretentions to the one fifth share of the collections, which is granted by Government to the Rajas of Malabar being convinced that I have no right to insist on the said allowance. 4. I give up all my right and title unto the Honourable Company which I have claimed to the Tarrahs of Canatoor and...
˹ 171 - Islands, etc., do acknowledge and given in writing that I will pay to the Government of the English East India Company the moiety of whatever is the produce of my country according to the funds thereof, and out of the Rs. 20,000 annual profit which I reap from my trade with the Laccadives, I am also to pay the half to Government...
˹ 88 - Government, and to appropriate to the use of the said Government all the produce thereof, I do therefore engage to submit also to this if it shall be ordered by the GovernorGeneral in Council, neither shall I in any shape object thereto; or otherwise, if it be so ordered, I shall be ready to account for the true income and produce and to pay the same to Government. Wherefore I have written these few lines as a mochulka for the revenue of Government.
˹ 125 - Directors took a different view and held in 1805 that 'although from the aversion of the inhabitants to the Government of the Bibi it may not be advisable to restore those islands to her, some consideration in money should be allowed her on account of them as it was no...
˹ 171 - I do further agree to pay the amount of 15,000 rupees at three different kists, the first or 5,000 rupees on the 15th of Danoo, the second or 5,000 rupees on the 15th of Medom, the third or 5,000 rupees at the end of Chengem. This article of agreement is not to do away, nor is it meant to do away in any shape the rights which the Government have to the Laccadive Islands, as is set forth in my machulka, dated 9th April 1793, or 27th Shalam 1207, Hejera.
˹ 104 - Hejera. 2. I do agree to pay the customs on all articles of merchandise whether imported or exported by me, in the same manner, and at the same rates, as the merchants of Malabar save upon the coir imports from the Laccadives. 3. I give up my...
˹ 104 - Canotchalley, and do agree that the Company shall make the collections in any manner they may think proper, except through the medium of the Cherical Raja which I most earnestly solicit may not be granted to him. 5. And I do agree to pay all arrears on account of customs, except upon the coir which I may have imported from the Laccadives.

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