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register of ships employed in the service of the ... East India Company from ... 1760

Charles Hardy

register of ships employed in the service of the ... East India Company from ... 1760

with an appendix and supplement

by Charles Hardy

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Published by Hardy in London .
Written in English


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StatementRevised ... by ... Horatio Charles A. Hardy.
ContributionsHardy, Horatio Charles.
The Physical Object
Pagination(805) p. ;
Number of Pages805
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19697938M

A register of ships employed in the service of the Honorable the United East India Company from the year to , with an appendix containing a variety of particulars and useful information interesting to those concerned with East India commerce, by Charles Hardy ; revised by Horatio Charles Hardy. [Online version] London: Heseltine, Hardy, Charles () A Register of Ships, Employed in the Service of the Hon. the United East India Company, from the Union of the Two Companies, in , to the Year Specifying the Number of Voyages, Tonnage, Commanders, and : Last listed

Hardy, Charles and Horatio Charles Hardy () A register of ships, employed in the service of the Honorable the United East India Company, from the year to with an appendix, containing a variety of particulars, and useful information interesting to those concerned with East India commerce. (London: Black, Parry, and Kingsbury).Owner: Sir Richard Hotham. A Register Of Ships Employed In The Service Of The Honorable The United East India Company From The Year To With An Appendix Book Title: A Register of Ships Employed in the Service of the Honorable the United East India Company from the Year to with an Appendix.

East India Company from to the Conclusion of the Commercial Charter, Etc. Hardy, Charles and Horatio Charles Hardy () A register of ships, employed in the service of the Honorable the United East India Company, from the year to with an appendix, containing a variety of particulars, and useful information interesting to those Sail plan: Full rigged ship. Ancestry, pay website, includes a number of searchable and browsable editions of the East-India Register, (listed under three variants of the title), generally the 1st edition for the year, published in January, together with some additional publications, including some pre , in the database UK, Registers of Employees of the East India.


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A Register of Ships, Employed in the Service of the Honorable the United East India Company, from the Year towith an Appendix: Containing a Variety of Particulars and Useful Information, Interesting to Those Concerned with East India Commerce.

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the United East India Company, from the union of the two companies, into the yearspecifying the number of voyages, tonnage, commanders, and stations [electronic resource]: to which is added, from the latter period to the present time, the managing owners, principal officers surgeons and pursers, with the dates of their sailing.

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For the period Ship Book, East India Company Records, Vol. 2, British Library, Add. For the period Horatio Charles Hardy, Register of Ships Employed in the Service of the East India Company (). These are are secondary works, and contain numerous errors. THE WEBSITE OF THE MARINERS MAILING LIST. Merchant Vessels in the Service of the East India Company, Source: Jean Sutton, Lords of the East; The East India Company and Its Ships (London: Conway Maritime Press, ), pp.

East India Company Ships is a site about the ships, seafarers and voyages of the English East India Company's Maritime Service Ships of the East India Company What you will find in the search results. This website is about ships which were in the East India Company's merchant service, which operated from to Sometimes the vessels were employed by the Company only for a short time as an interlude from being more normally employed elsewhere.

That any person who shall have performed a complete voy- age to and from India in any of these ships, shall be considered to have performed a voyage in the Company's service, and be entitled to the same advants^s.in point of service, (but not station)^ as if he liad proceeded in one of the regular ahips.

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For details of his career see 'A register of ships employed in the service of the Honourable the United East India Company, from the year to ' by Charles Hardy The Money brothers: William (), James () and Robert Taylor ().For nearly a century a massive oriental empire was administered by a commercial company with its headquarters half a world away.

How the Honourable East India Company attained this unique position - despite the opposition of its European rivals - is the question answered in this text.