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PRINTED FOR T. CADELL, JUN, AND W. DAVIES,
IN THE STRAND,
AFFAIRS of India, page 2.-Causes of mismanagement, 3.-
Loss of the supervisors, ib.~Fanine in India, ib.-Reten-
tion of the sums stipulated by treaties, 5.-Effect of these
events in England, 6.-Select committee appointed in the
house of commons, 8.-Increasing distress of the company,
9.-They negotiate a loan, ib.-appoint new supervisors,
10.- Notice of their affairs in the speech from the throne,
16.-Secret committee appointed, ib.--Select committee con-
tinued, 11.-First report of the secret committee, ib. De.
bate on the motion for a bill to prevent fending out fuper.
visors, ib.-Petition of the directors against the bill, 13.
Bill passes, 15.-Dividends reduced, ib.- Application to
parliament for a loan, ib.-Restrictions on the company, 16.
Leave granted to export tea duty free to America, 17.-
General regulations, ib.--Attack on lord Clive, 18.-His
defence, ib.-Renewed attack, 22.-Motion of General
Burgoyne, 23.-Charge against lord Clive relative to the
depofition of Surajah Dowlah, ib. His defence, 24.-Ex-
culpatory resolution, 27.Continued rancour against him,
28.-His death, 30.-Contest with the Black Carribs of St.
Vincent's, ib.- Early history of the Island, ib. The French
obtain a settlement, ib. -The Inand ceded to Great Britain,
32. Proceedings of government, 33.-Conduct of the Car-
ribs, ib.-Survey ordered, 34.-Hoftility of the black Care
T108, 35.–Artifices of the French, 36.-Alarms and remon.
frances of the planters, 37.-Orders of government, 38.-
Representations of the planters to the king, 39.-Treachery