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A Report Of Major Hart Case Of Rice Frauds

Auhtor: W Inglis

Language: english
Published: 1818

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Review by Dr. Bojan Tunguz, October 2008


Rating: (***)
Copyright: Public Domain in the U.S.
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Summary of the Book 'A Report Of Major Hart Case Of Rice Frauds':

Brian Inglis (31 July 1916 ? 11 February 1993) was an Irish journalist historian and television presenter. He was born in Dublin Ireland and retained an interest in Irish history and politics.

Excerpts from the Book 'A Report Of Major Hart Case Of Rice Frauds':


... REPORT, &c. &c. Were any apology necessary for this Report, a sufficient one would be where Major Hart says, When I add that Major-general ...
... strange charge he more than once gave distinct hints of to myself. But he made it directly in the course of his last visit to me, in June 1815, when ...
... 17. And the mighty Board of Controul, besides allowing Major Hart to hold private grain, and therefore to reap the attendant it on it with perfect security, ...
... unexpected deficiency which was discovered, on the 16th of April, in the quantity carried by bullocks, hired in the Ceded Districts, under the authority ...
... on the subject of provisions, although I knew the amount in Major Hart's charge was nearly expended. The measurement of the rice on the 15th ...
... to 30,000 men. (Signed) William Macleod, Superintendant of Supplies. Papers, p. 82. From these several extracts we have now to gather, that if, on ...
... with Subidar Enom Beg, during the intervals of this native soldier's examination by the Committee of Inquiry. To proceed more particularly ...
... embezzled the greatest proportion of the quantity deficient yet does shortly afterwards release from arrest, at the sole desire of the bullock-contractors, ...
... misconduct the most serious mischief might have proceeded, and which did actually produce considerable inconvenience to the army, I hold it incumbent ...
... for the army[F] but, 2dly, that infinitely more extensive and entirely unexpected deficiency, which was discovered in the quantity carried by bullocks, ...
... to government, that Sechiram joined the army at Kellamungulum and remained with it till the march of General Floyd's division towards Caveriporam, when ...
... that he was a holder of three days grain for 30,000 men, at whole allowance, not before but after the 18th of May. Our inference is, what others ...
... with other guards during the march, the alleged irruptions of the enemy's horse, as counterpleaded by the benjarries, even in phalanx form, Subidar Enom ...
... keep favour upon him,' and the subidar answered, 'he was in the Company's service and, if sent for, he should tell what he saw, and could not tell any ...
... Hart's head conicopoly Dunnacody, and this because the employment of a head conicopoly is much more official than that of a dubash, however greatly ...
... the Proprietors of East-India Stock. Major Hart, in his advertisement, (Times, 24th of April,) says I fear that I shall have no alternative ...
... is, Major Hart addressed a letter to the Court of Directors, dated the 22d of last month: that libellous letter has not yet been printed, by ...
... has actually been called by some A Report of the Board of Controul. On the other hand, the deceased Mr. David Scott's authority to correspond and correspondence ...
... question, since they might readily have been extended and since Major Hart's case would prove itself in Courts of Law, whether by artful confessions, ...
... Gale : ChristmasThe Adventure of the Christmas Pudding and a Selection of Entr'ees is a short story collection written by Agatha Christie and first ...