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" at all. The real evidence which confronted Cromwell lay in the history of the East India Company itself. Even before Elizabeth granted her charter, its founders had declared in 1599 " that the trade of the Indias being so far remote from hence cannot... "
History of India - Page 276
by Romesh Chunder Dutt, Vincent Arthur Smith, Stanley Lane-Poole, Sir Henry Miers Elliot, Sir William Wilson Hunter, Sir Alfred Comyn Lyall - 1907
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Calendar of State Papers, Colonial Series ...: Preserved in the Public ...

Great Britain. Public Record Office - Great Britain - 1862
...subsequently approved, praying to be incorporated into a company, " for " that the trade of the Indies, being so far remote from " hence, cannot be traded but in a joint and a united stock," and for a grant with certain privileges, one of which was, that the Company might...
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Stories from the State Papers, Volume 2

Alexander Charles Ewald - Great Britain - 1882
...presented to the Council praying for incorporation as a company, ' for that the trade of the Indies, being so far remote from hence, cannot be traded but in a joint and united stock.' Both the Queen and her Council cordially approved of the enterprise, and no opposition was raised in...
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Stories from the State Papers: The gunpowder plot. A perished kernel [Robert ...

Alexander Charles Ewald - Great Britain - 1882
...presented to the Council praying for incorporation as a company, ' for that the trade of the Indies, being so far remote from hence, cannot be traded but in a joint and united stock.' Both the Queen and her Council cordially approved of the enterprise, and no opposition was raised in...
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A History of British India: To the overthrow of the English in the Spice ...

Sir William Wilson Hunter - British - 1899
...to ask the Queen to grant them ' a privilege in succession and to incorporate them in a company, for that the trade of the Indias being so far remote from hence, cannot be traded but in a joint and a united stock.' 4 They also prayed for her assurance that their ships, when ready, should not be detained...
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A History of British India: To the union of the old and new companies under ...

Sir William Wilson Hunter - India - 1900 - 419 pages
...Eegulated East India Company from the analogy of the Regulated Turkey Company proved to be no^argument at all. The real evidence which confronted Cromwell...cannot be traded but in a joint and united stock.' l Yet the actual charters of Elizabeth and James contained no reference to the subject, nor was a continuous...
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The Chautauquan, Volume 44

1906
...them "a privilege in succession and to incorporate them in a company, for that the trade to the Indies being so far remote from hence, cannot be traded but in a joint and a united stock." For diplomatic reasons the consent of the government was delayed, but at last it was...
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Imperial England

Cecil Fairfield Lavell, Charles Edward Payne - Great Britain - 1918 - 395 pages
..." a privilege in succession and to incorporate them in a company, for that the trade to the Indies being so far remote from hence, cannot be traded but in a joint and a united stock." For diplomatic reasons the consent of the government was delayed, but at last it was...
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Studies in Empire and Trade

John Wynne Jeudwine - Colonial companies - 1923 - 463 pages
...especially to the Indies, is a trade guild, founded on the principle that " the trade of the Indies being so far remote from hence cannot be traded but in a joint and united stock." It is a monopoly granted to a body who are experts in and interested in a particular branch of commerce,...
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Studies in Empire and Trade

John Wynne Jeudwine - Colonial companies - 1923 - 463 pages
...especially to the Indies, is a trade guild, founded on the principle that " the trade of the Indies being so far remote from hence cannot be traded but in a joint and united stock." It is a monopoly granted to a body who are experts in and interested in a particular branch of commerce,...
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The East India Trade in the XVIIth Century in Its Political and Economic Aspects

Sir Shafaʼat Ahmad Khan - East Indies - 1923 - 325 pages
...merchants to Elizabeth, praying her to incorporate them into a Company,' for that the trade of the Indies, being so far remote from hence, cannot be traded, but in a joint and a united stock '. 6 It is no doubt true, as pointed out by Hunter 2 Narratives of Voyages, by Rundell;...
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