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114o. FRANCE. Ministère des affaires étrangères. Documents diplomatiques. Affaires d'Egypte. 1881. Paris, Imprimerie nationale, 1882. vii, 72 pp. 313 cm.

1 février-15 novembre 1881.

f1141. FRANCE. Ministère des affaires étrangères. Documents diplomatiques. Affaires d'Egypte. 1881-1882. Paris, Imprimerie nationale, 1882. viii, 158 pp. 314 cm.

15 novembre 1881-11 mars 1882.

f1142. FRANCE. Ministère des affaires étrangères. Documents diplomatiques. Affaires d'Egypte. 1882. Paris, Imprimerie nationale, 1882. xi, 16o pp. 313 cm.

12 mars-2 juin 1882.

f1143a. FRANCE. Ministère des affaires étrangères. Documents diplomatiques. Affaires d'Egypte. 1882. Paris, Imprimerie nationale, 1882. xii, 167 pp. 313 cm.

2 juin-21 juillet, 1882.

1143b. DocUMENTI diplomatici presentati alla Camera dal ministro degli affari esteri, Mancini, nella tornata del 14 dicembre 1882. Questione di Egitto (1881-1882). Roma, Tipografia della Camera dei deputati, 1882. Xxv, 497 pp. 28 cm. (At head of title: Atti parlamentari. Legislatura XV – Prima sessione 1882. Camera dei deputati. No. ii (documenti).)

11 settembre 1881-27 settembre 1882.

1143c. RELAZIONE presentati alla Camera dei deputati dal ministro degli affari esteri (Mancini). Riforma giudiziaria in Egitto. (Seduta dei 23 dicembre 1882.) Roma, Tip. della Camera dei deputati, 1882. 237 pp. 283 cm. (At head of title: Atti parlamentari. Legislatura XV – Prima sessione 1882-83. Camera dei deputati. N. iv (documenti).)

Mixed tribunals.

f1144. FRANCE. Ministère des affaires étrangères. Affaires d'Egypte. 1882-1883. Exposé de la situation présenté aux chambres le 15 janvier 1883 avec un recueil de documents diplomatiques par le président du conseil, ministre des affaires étrangères. Paris, Imprimerie nationale,

1883. 7 pp. 32 cm.

1145. FRANCE. Ministère des affaires étrangères. Documents diplomatiques. Affaires d'Egypte. 1882-1883. Paris, Imprimerie nationale, 1883. viii, 134 pp. 314 cm.

31 juillet 1882-4 janvier 1883.

1146. DocUMENTI diplomatici relativi alle indennità per danni sofferti da Italiani negli ultim'avvenimenti d'Egitto, presentati al Senato del regno dal ministro per gli affari esteri (Mancini) nella tornata del 28 febbraio 1883. Roma, Forzani e c., 1883. vii, Io3 pp. 283 cm. 28 agosto 1882-3o gennaio 1883.

1147. FRANCE. Ministère des affaires étrangères. Documents diplomatiques. Institution d'une commission mixte pour l'examen des réclamations résultant des derniers événements d'Egypte. 1882-1883. Paris, Imprimerie nationale, 1883. vii, 94 pp. 314 cm. 2 septembre 1882-17 janvier 1883.

1148. FRANCE. Ministère des affaires étrangères. Documents diplomatiques. Affaires d'Egypte. 1884. Paris, Imprimerie nationale, 1884. 32 pp. 313 cm.

19 avril-17 juin 1884.

f1149a. FRANCE. Ministère des affaires étrangères. Documents diplomatiques. Affaires d'Egypte. Paris, Imprimerie nationale, 1885. viii, 53, (4) pp. 313 cm.

8 janvier-21 mars 1885.

1149b. DoCUMENTI diplomatici presentati dal ministro degli affari esteri, Mancini, nella tornata del 28 aprile 1885. Questione egiziana. Roma, Tip. della Camera dei deputati, 1885. lxiii, 3o7 pp. 283 cm. (Atti parlamentari. Legislatura XV – Prima sessione 1882-85. Camera dei deputati. N. ii novies (documenti).)

13 gennaio 1883-9 aprile 1885.

1149c. DOCUMENTI diplomatici presentati alla Camera dal ministro degli affari esteri (di Robilant). Questione finanziaria egiziana (serie seconda). Tornata del 25 novembre 1885. Roma, Tip. della Camera dei deputati, 1885. vi, 76 pp. 284 cm. (Atti parlamentari. Legislatura XV – Prima sessione 1882-85. Camera dei deputati. N. ii duodecies. (Documenti.))

14 aprile 1885-3o ottobre 1885.

f115o. FRANCE. Ministère des affaires étrangères. Documents diplomatiques. Affaires d'Egypte. 1884-1893. Paris, Imprimerie nationale, 1893. Xxvi, 536 pp. 32 cm.

Tribunaux mixtes (1884-93).

1151a. EGYPT. No. 12 (1885). Correspondence respecting the suppression of the “Bosphore Egyptien.” Presented to both Houses of Parliament by command of Her Majesty. May, 1885. London, Harrison and son, 1885. v, 42 pp. 333 cm. (Parl. Pap., 1884-85, lyxxix,

p. 665. C. 4385.)

f1151b. FRANCE. Ministère des affaires étrangères. Documents diplomatiques. Affaire du journal le Bosphore égyptien. Paris, Imprimerie nationale, 1885. vi, 37 pp. 31? cm.

1152. EGYPT. No. 2 (19o6). Correspondence respecting the TurcoEgyptian frontier in the Sinai Peninsula, with a map. Presented to both Houses of Parliament by command of His Majesty, July 19o6. London, H. M. Stationery Office, 19o6. 36 pp. 33 cm. (Parl. Pap., 1906, c.Xxvii, p. 645. Cd. 3oo6.)

Empire of India

1153. A collectION of treaties and engagements with the native princes and states of Asia, concluded, on behalf of the East India Company, by the British government in India, viz., by the government of Bengal from the year 1757 to 1809; by the government of Fort St. George from the year 1759 to 1809; by the government of Bombay from the year 1739 to 1808; also copies of sunnuds, or grants, of certain privileges and immunities to the East-India Company, by the Mogul and other native princes of Hindustan; with an index. London, E. Cox and son, 1812. xx, 624 pp. 273 cm.

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1154. TREATIES concluded with the native powers in India. Presented to both Houses of Parliament by command of the Prince Regent, February 1819. London, R. G. Clark, 1819. (1), 47 pp. 33% cm. (Parl. Pap. 1819, xviii, p. 533.)

Contents: 1816–18.

1155. EAST INDIA. Return to an order of the honourable the House of Commons, dated 23 May 1856; — for, Copies “of all treaties, conventions, and arrangements with the native states of India, made since the 1st day of May 1834.” (Viscount Goderich.) Ordered, by the House of Commons, to be printed, 8 July 1856. [London, 1856.] vi, 95 pp. (Parliamentary Papers, 1856, xlv., p. 239, no. 341.) Note: King's Catalogue cites the two following: Treaties concluded with the native powers of India from 1817 to 1824.

Treaties and engagements between the East India company and the native powers in Asia; with historical notices thereon.

fir 56. AITCHISON, SIR CHARLEs UMPHERSTON (1832–96). A collection of treaties, engagements, and sunnuds relating to India and neighbouring countries. Calcutta, 1862.

For a notice of this book, see Calcutta review, xl (1864), pp. 381–418.

1157. WHEELER, JAMES TALBoys. Summary of affairs of the government of India in the foreign department from 1864 to 1869. Calcutta, office of Superintendent of Government Printing, 1868. xxiv, 518 pp. 22% cm.

1158. AITCHISON, SIR CHARLEs UMPHERSTON. A collection of treaties, engagements, and sunnuds relating to India and neighbouring countries. Revised and continued up to the present time by Lieut. A. C. Talbot. Calcutta, re-printed at the Foreign Office Press, 1876. 7 vols. Maps, plans. 25 cm. Note: “In É. the compilation free use has been made of the collection of Treaties published in 1845, and re-printed as a Parliamentary Blue Book in 1853, as well as of a collection published in 1812, from which most of the earlier Treaties in the collection of 1845 were taken.”—Preface to the first edition, March 1, 1862. The Indian peninsula is almost a treaty world in itself, and for that reason the contents of this work and of the edition of 1909 have been given with exceptional fulness, in order to illustrate the process of consolidation of minor sovereignties which is the general purpose of the treaties. The editions of 1876 and 1909 have been analyzed with equal fulness, in order to afford a basis for gauging the progress of the process.

Contents: Each section preceded by a historical narrative.

Vol. i., “The treaties, etc., relating to Bengal, Assam, Burmah, and the Eastern Archipelago.”

Part i, Treaties, engagements and sunnuds relating to the territories comprised within, or in political relation with, the lieutenant-governorship of Bengal: Bengal: Cooch Behar; Tipperah (Looshais); tributary Mehals of Orissa: Mohurbhunj, Keonjhur, Nursingpore, Duspulla, and Boad and Atmullick; tributary Mehals of Chota Nagpore: Sirgoojah, Jushpore, Korea, Oudeypore, Porahat, Chota Nagpore, and Lurka Coles; Sikkim; Bhootan.

Partii, Treaties, engagements, and sunnuds relating to the territories comprised within, or in political relation with, the chief commissionership of Assam: Assam; Cachar; Jynteah and Cossiah Hills: Jynteah, Cherra Poonjee, Nusteng, Lungree, Nungklow, Khyrim, Murriow, Mowseuram, Mahram, Bhawul Poonjee, Seenai Poonjee, Ramrye, Cheyla Poonjee, Jeerung, Mowlung Poonjee, Sopar Poonjee, and Mullai Poonjee; Northeastern Frontier: Muttocks, Khamptees, Singphoos, Akas, and Abors; Munnipore.

Part iii, Treaties and engagements with Burmah.

Part iv, Treaties and engagements with native states in the Eastern Archipelago; Malayan Peninsula: Malacca, Naning, Quedah, Perak, Salangore, Rumbowe, Johole, Johore, and Pahang; Sumatra: Acheen, Delly, Langkat, and Siack; Siam.

Vol. ii, “The treaties, etc., relating to the North-Western Provinces, Oudh, Nipal, Bundelcund, and Baghelcund.”

Part i, the North-Western Provinces: Rampore; Gurhwal or Tehree; Furruckabad; Benares.

Part ii, Treaties and engagements with Oudh.

Part iii, Treaties and engagements with Nipal.

Part iv, Treaties, engagements and sunnuds relating to Bundelcund: lapsed and confiscated states: Jaloun, Jhansi, Jeitpore, Khuddee, and Tiroha; states held under treaties: Oorcha or Tehree, Duttia, and Sumpthur; states held under sunnuds: Punnah, Logassi, Chirkari, Bijawur, Ajeygurh, Sureela, Jignee, Jussoo, Behree, Chutterpore, Beronda, Kalinjer Chowbeys, Behut, Alipoora, Gorihar, Gerowli, Nygaon Rebai, Baonee, Husht-Bhya Jaghires, and Kunnyadhana.

Part v, Treaties, engagements and sunnuds relating to Baghelcund: Rewah; Nagode; Myhere; Sohawul; Kotee.

Appendices: Bundelcund; Baghelcund.

Vol. iii, “Containing the treaties, etc., relating to the states in Rajpootana, Central India, and the mediatized chiefs in Central India and Malwa.” Part i, Treaties, engagements, and sunnuds relating to states in Rajpootana: Meywar agency: Oudeypore, Doongurpore, Banswarra, and Pertabgurh; Jeypore agency: Jeypore, Kot-Pootlee, and Kishengurh; Marwar agency: Jodhpore, Jessulmere; Haraotee agency: Boondee, Kotah, Jhallawar, Tonk, and Shahpoora; Eastern States agency: Bhurtpore, Kerowlee, and Dholepore; Ulwur agency: Ulwur; Shoojangurh agency: Bikaneer; Serohi agency: Serohi. Part ii, States in Central India: Gwalior agency: Scindia; Indore agency: Holkar, Dewas; Bhopal agency: Bhopal; Western Malwa agency: Dhar, Jowrah. Part iii, Mediatized chiefs in Central India and Malwa: Gwalior agency: Amjhera, Nurwur, Bhadowra, Khaltoun, Sirsee, Ragoogurh, and Baroda or Sheopore; Indore agency: Pitharee, Baglee, Karodea, Tonk, Pathareea, Dhungong, Singhana, Baee, Mayne, Dhawra Kanjara, Ragoogurh (Dewas), Kaytha, Kursia Jhalaria, Poonghat, Bhojakheree, and Gagronee; Bhopal agency: Tuppa, Rajgurh, Nursingurh, Kilcheepore, Larawut, Patharee, Agra Burkhera, Dabla Dheer, Durea Kheree, Dabla Ghosee, Kursia, Jhalarea, Heerapore, Ramgurh, Kankerkhera, Sootalea, and Jabria Bheel; Western Malwa agency: Ruthlam, Seetamhow, Punth Peeploda, Peeploda, Jawasea, Nowlana, Sheogurh, Dabree, Bichrode, Kalookhera, Nurwur, Lalgurh, Peeplea, Nowgong, Dutana, Ajraoda, Dholatia, Biloda, Burdia or Burra, and Sonekhera and Sarwan; Bheel agency: Ali Rajpore, Jhabooa, Neemkhaira or Tirla, Chota Burkhera or Sorepore, Mota Burkhera, Kala Bowree, Moolt

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Vol. iv, “Containing the treaties, etc., relating to the states within the Bombay residency”: Kutch agency (Kutch, etc.); Pahlunpore agency: Pahlunpore, unpore, and petty states; Mahee Kanta: Edur, and petty chiefs; Kattiawar agency: petty chiefs, Okhamundul, Joonagurh, Nowanuggur, Bhownuggur, Porebunder, Jafferabad, Rajkot, Gondul, Wadwan, and Mallia; Baroda agency: the Gaekwar; Rewa Kanta agency: Rajpeepla, Deogurh Barrea, Chota Oodeypore, Loonawara, Soanth, Balasinore, and petty chiefs; Cambay; Surat agency: Sucheen, Bansda, and Dhurmpore; Jowar; Jinjeera; the Satara jaghiredars: Akulkote, the Punt Sucheo, the Punt Prithee Nidhee, Duflay, the Nimbalkur, and the Waekur; Kolhapore agency: Kolhapore, and the Southern Mahratta jaghiredars; Sawunt Waree; Savanoor; lapsed states: Broach, Mandvee, Surat, Colaba, Satara, and Nipaneekur. — Appendices.

Vol. v., “Containing the treaties, etc., relating to the Peishwa, Nagpore and the Central Provinces, Hyderabad, Mysore, Coorg, the states under the Madras presidency, and Ceylon.” Parti, Treaties, engagements, and sunnuds relating to the Peishwa. Part ii, Treaties, engagements, and sunnuds relating to Nagpore (including the Central Provinces): Nagpore (lapsed in 1853); feudatory states of the Central Provinces: Khyraghur, Nandgaon, Kondka or Choee Kuzan, Kawurdah, Bustar, Kharonde or Kalahundy, Kakeir, Mukrai, Suktee, Sarunghur, Raighur cum Burghur, Bamra, Rehracole, Sonepore, and Patna; nonfeudatory chiefs of the central provinces. Part iii, Treaties, engagements, and sunnuds relating to Hyderabad. Part iv, Treaties, engagements, and sunnuds relating to Mysore and Coorg: Mysore; Coorg. Part v, Treaties, engagements and sunnuds relating to the Madras presidency: the Carnatic; Tanjore; Poodoocotta; Banganapully; Sundoor; Cochin; Travancore; the Malabar coast: Cherical, Colastria, Cotiote, Cartinaad, Cannanore, Bednore, Bringah, Soundah, Corimnaad, Palghat, Manoor, Beypoor, Vellatre, Irvernaad, and Calicut. Part vi, Treaties and engagements relating to Ceylon: Kandy.

Vol. vi, “Containing the treaties, etc., relating to the Punjab, Sind and Beloochistan, and central Asia.” Parti, Treaties, engagements, and sunnuds relating to the territories subordinate to, or in political relation with, the lieutenant-governorship of the Punjab: Delhi: the Emperor or Mogul, Jhujjur, Patowdee, Loharoo, and Dojana; Punjab Proper: Lahore; Cis-Sutlej States: Puttiala, Jheend, Nabha, Kulsia, Maleir Kotla, Fureedkot, Mumdot, Dyalgurh, Raikot, and minor chiefs; Hill States: Sirmoor or Nahun, Kuhlor or Bilaspore, Hindor or Nalagurh, Bashahr, Keontul, Baghul, Baghat, Jubbal, Bhajjee, Kumharsein, Kothar, Dhamee, Bulsun, Meilog, Bejah, Tiroj, Kunhiar, Sangri, Mungul, and Durkoti; Trans-Sutlej States: Kuppoorthulla, Mundee, Chumba, and Suket; Cashmere; Bhawulpore; North-Western Frontier: (1) Peshawur Frontier: Yoosufzais, Judoons, Momunds, Afreedees, and Orukzais; (2) Derajat Frontier: Wuzeerees. Part ii, Treaties and engagements relating to Sind and Beloochistan: Sind, and the states into which it became divided, namely, Hyderabad, Kheirpore, and Moore Beloochistan: Khelat, Beyla or Lus, Kedj, Bahoo and Dustyaree, and h

Part iii, Treaties and engagements relating to Central Asia: Kashgaria or Yarkund; Cabul; Persia. Appendices: Cashmere; Persia.

Vol. vii, “Containing the treaties, etc., relating to Turkish Arabia, the Persian Gulf, Arabia, and Africa.”

Parti, Treaties and engagements relating to Turkish Arabia and the Persian Gulf: Turkish Arabia; Persian Gulf: Wahabees, Bahrein, and maritime tribes.

Partii, Treaties and engagements relating to Arabia: Muscat; Sohar; Maculla

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