East India (coinage). Returns, for the last ten years, of the amount of the precious metals, coined and uncoined, imported into India, and entered at the Custom House, at each of the three presidencies; and the amount of coined money issued by the Calcutta Mint for the same period; also, copies of acts or ordinances of the Governor General in council, for regulating the currency of India; and, correspondence between the government of India, the Board of Control, and the Board of Directors, with reference to the currency of India, during the same period; &c [electronic resource].

Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons.
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Cockton index title: Return of Amount of Precious Metals, coined and uncoined, imported into India; Amount of Coined Money issued by Calcutta Mint; Acts or Ordinances of Governor General for regulating Currency of India
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Great Britain -- History -- 19th century -- Sources.
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