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East India (Excise). Correspondence regarding Indian excise administration.

Corporate Author: India.
Related Names: Enthoven, R. E. 1869-1952.
Language(s): English
Published: London, H. M. Stationery Off., Darling and son, limited [printers] 1914.
Subjects: Alcoholic beverage industry > India.
Internal revenue > India.
Note: A letter from the Government of India, Dept. of Commerce and Industry, to the Secretary of State for India, dated Feb. 26th, 1914, with enclosures; a circular letter from R. E. Enthoven, Secretary to the Dept. of Commerce and Industry, to local governments, administrations, &c., and a despatch from the Secretary of State for India to the Governor-General of India in Council.
Vol. 1 has cover title.
Physical Description: 2 v. tables, diagrs. 34 cm.
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