Translation of a letter from the Director and Council at Hughly asking the Board to double their usual allowance of 450 cheets of opium, and to allow them 36,000 mannds of saltpetre yearly in-tead of 23,000 maunds as heretofore, stating that they are not able to decide anything regarding the abolition of the Moorshedabad mint and the transfer to their right of coinage to the Calcutta mint without the consent of the Nabob, and asking the Board to intereede with the Nabob, in case the Moorshedabad mint is abolished, to grant term a mint of their own within their colonies, and to help them to collect their outstanding debts at Dacca.

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File No. P.P.313-320 and O.C, 21 Apl, No.3
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