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Letters received by the East India Company from its servants in the East "The present work may be considered as in continuation of the 'First letter book of the East India Company,' printed by Mr. Quaritch in "--v. 1, pref v/5(3). Catalog Record: Regulations framed in pursuance of several acts with respect to Europeans, (not in the service of the East India Company,) residing within the territories of the Company |.
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The Main Roads Act,is amended (a) by omitting from subparagraph (i) of paragraph (d) of subsection six of section fifteen the words. Authentic Acts in Europe provides information on the evidentiary value of authentic acts drawn up in the 22 countries of the European Union with a Latin type notariat.
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They worked the land on behalf of their lord but did not receive wages. They were able to improve their position by learning a trade, but had to serve their lord for at least 10 years.