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২৫৯
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 “I am come down to Bengal to re-establish the said Company's servants in their former factories and houses, and hope to find you willing to restore them their ancient rights and immunities. As you must be sensible of the benefit of having the English settled in your country, I doubt not you will consent to make them a reasonable satisfaction for the losses and injuries they have suffered and by that means put an amicable end to the troubles, and secure the friendship of my King, who is a lover of peace and delights to act in equity. What can I say more?”[১]


  1. Ive's Journal.