Archives administratives des Établissements français de l’Inde: contenant les lois, ordonnances, règlemens, et toutes autres publications faites par ordre du gouvernement Issues 7 to 14, 1827

Missing pages: half-title and title pages, and pages 5-6 (digitised from another copy and inserted at the end of the main run). This volume contains notification nos. 49 to 114. Some of the topics covered are: welfare schemes such as the creation of a free school for locals and a "Mount of Piety" for the needy; creation of a public library in Pondicherry; extension of the canal separating the white and black towns in Pondicherry; creation of a promenade called Cours Chabrol on the beach front in Pondicherry; interim administrator general of French India Vicomte Desbassayns de Richemont appointed as the administrator general of French India; creation of a consultative committee of Indian jurisprudence; guidelines for a cadastral survey of Pondicherry; punishments for those engaging in the trade of slaves known as "La Traite des noirs" etc. Also includes ordinances relating to fiscal matters, to the police and judiciary, nominations and promotions, retirement benefits for sepoys etc.

1 volume containing 8 issues and indices; 268 pages plus 20 index pages & 1 foldout. Dimensions: 17 x 12 cm.

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