The debates at the East India House

Publication Date1795
RemainderOn Wednesday, the 13th of May last, On the following motion, made by Mr. Jackson, That henceforward no Proprietor shall be allowed to Vote or Ballot upon any Question in a General Court, relating to any Contract which he may be negociating, or which he shall have entered into, with the East India Company, nor upon any Question, in which he shall have a direct pecuniary interest, distinct from his general interest as a Proprietor of the capital stock of this Company; and that this regulation be made a By-Law of the Company. And also on The motions brought forward by Mr. Lushington, on Friday, the 29th of May
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