William Bolts

Bolts' book revealing the EIC's business practices in Bengal. William Bolts (1738–1808) was a Amsterdam-born merchant active in India. He began his career as an employee of the British East India Company, and subsequently became an independent merchant. He is best known today for his 1772 book, ''Considerations on India Affairs'', which detailed the exploitation and despoliation of Bengal by the East India Company which began shortly after the Battle of Plassey in 1757. The observations and experiences he recorded offer a unique resource for scholars inquiring into the nature of early British rule in Bengal. Throughout his life, Bolts continued to propose and execute various trading ventures on his own behalf and in conjunction with various commercial and governmental partners. The ventures of individual traders like Bolts did much to spur governments and large corporations into the expansion of their own interests and empires. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Bolts, William
Published 1772
printed for J. Almon in Piccadilly, P. Elmsley in the Strand, and Richardson and Urquhart under the Royal exchange

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by Bolts, William
Published 1772
printed for J. Almon in Piccadilly, P. Elmsly in the Strand, and Brotherton and Sewell in Cornhill

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by Bolts, William
Published 1772
[Printed for J. Almon [and 3 others]

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by Bolts, William
Published 1772
[Printed for J. Almon [and 3 others]

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by Bolts, William
Published 1773
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Subjects: '; ...Bolts, William / 1740?-1808 / Trials, litigation, etc...

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by Dunning, John
Published 1773
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Subjects: '; ...Bolts, William / 1740?-1808 / Trials, litigation, etc...