Letter to Henry Dundas : expressing satisfaction with the appointment of Cornwallis, and calling attention to the growing appointment of Cornwallis, and calling attention to the growing influence of the French in Bengal. 1786.

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Forster, George, d. 1792. Letter to Henry Dundas : expressing satisfaction with the appointment of Cornwallis, and calling attention to the growing appointment of Cornwallis, and calling attention to the growing influence of the French in Bengal.

Letter to Henry Dundas : expressing satisfaction with the appointment of Cornwallis, and calling attention to the growing appointment of Cornwallis, and calling attention to the growing influence of the French in Bengal. 1786.

[9] p. ; 33 cm.

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