Vol. CCLXXVIII (ff. i+101). Negotiations at Paris and Lille; Sept.-Dec. 1796, and June-Oct. 1797. Bound into the volume (ff. 39-44) is a letter from Warren Hastings to Dundas concerning Bengal and the peace negotiations; 1 Nov. 1796. Copy.France; Sov... 1796-1797

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Vol. CCLXXVIII (ff. i+101). Negotiations at Paris and Lille; Sept.-Dec. 1796, and June-Oct. 1797. Bound into the volume (ff. 39-44) is a letter from Warren Hastings to Dundas concerning Bengal and the peace negotiations; 1 Nov. 1796. Copy.France; Sov..., 1796-1797

Vol. CCLXXVIII (ff. i+101). Negotiations at Paris and Lille; Sept.-Dec. 1796, and June-Oct. 1797. Bound into the volume (ff. 39-44) is a letter from Warren Hastings to Dundas concerning Bengal and the peace negotiations; 1 Nov. 1796. Copy.France; Sov... 1796-1797

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