The Early Chartered Companies (A.D. 1296-1858)

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The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd., 2001 - 329 עמודים

The first study of all the great English chartered trading and colonizing companies that were incorporated before the 19th century. Originally published: London: Edward Arnold, 1896. Frontispiece. xi, 329 pp. A study of the inner workings of early chartered companies, especially in their direct connection to the rise and expansion of British commercial and political power between 1296 and 1858. Describes regulated and joint stock companies and such ventures as the Hanseatic League, The Russia Company, The Eastland Company, The Turkey (Levant) Company, the Hudson Bay and East India Companies and other British ventures in India, Africa, the Caribbean and North America. With a thorough index and an appendix containing examples of early charters.

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עמוד 87 - to be one body politic and corporate by the name of the Governor and Company of Merchants of London trading to the East Indies, to have succession, to purchase lands without limitation, to have one Governor and twenty-four persons to be elected annually, who shall be called committees jointly to have the direction of the voyages
עמוד 305 - MOST NOBLE JAMES DUKE OF ABERCORN Companion of the Most Honourable Order of the Bath; THE MOST NOBLE ALEXANDER WILLIAM GEORGE DUKE OF FIFE Knight of the Most Ancient and Most Noble Order of the Thistle, Privy Councillor; THE RIGHT HONOURABLE EDRIC
עמוד 158 - to have the sole trade and commerce of and to all the seas, bays, streights, creeks, lakes, rivers, and sounds, in whatsoever latitude they shall be, that lie within the entrance of the Streight commonly called Hudson's Streights; together with all
עמוד 288 - to and from the territories, limits, and places aforesaid; but also the whole and entire trade and traffic to and from all havens, bays, creeks, rivers, lakes, and seas, into which they shall find entrance or passage by water or land out of the territories, limits, and places aforesaid; and to and with all the natives and people,
עמוד 282 - their successors, that the said governor or deputy governor and the rest of the said company and their successors for the time being, or the greater part of them, whereof the governor or deputy governor, from time to time, to be one, shall and may from time to time
עמוד 277 - some trade for furs, minerals, and other considerable commodities, and by such, their undertaking, have already made such discoveries as do encourage them to proceed farther in pursuance of their said design, by means whereof there may probably arise great advantage to us and our kingdoms.
עמוד 286 - county of Kent, in free and common socage, and not in capite or by knight's service; yielding and paying yearly to us, our heirs and successors, for the same, two elks and two black beavers, whensoever and as often as we, our heirs and successors, shall happen to enter into the said countries, territories, and regions hereby granted. And
עמוד 278 - ordain, constitute, establish, confirm, and declare, by these presents, and that by the same name of governor and company of adventurers of England, trading into Hudson's Bay, they shall have perpetual succession, and that they and their successors, by the name of
עמוד 159 - into which they shall find entrance or passage by water or land out of the territories, limits, and places aforesaid, and to and with all other nations inhabiting any of the Coasts adjacent to the said territories,
עמוד 305 - LORD GIFFORD, VC; CECIL JOHN RHODES, of Kimberley, in the Cape Colony, Member of the Executive Council and of the House of Assembly of the Colony of the Cape of Good Hope; ALFRED BEIT, of 29, Holborn Viaduct, London, Merchant; ALBERT HENRY GEORGE GREY, of Howick, Northumberland, ESQUIRE ; and GEORGE CAWSTON, of 18, Lennox Gardens, London, ESQUIRE, Barrister-atLaw.

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