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    Looking to save their company from going under, the East India Company was searching for various solutions to this economic downfall. The first of their ideas was to have the Townshend duty repealed, but the North ministry was not willing to do that because it might be interpreted as a withdrawal from Parliament's position that it had the right to tax the colonies. Also, the tax collected from the was used to pay the salaries of some colonial governors and judges. Another possible solution for downsizing the massive surplus of tea in the East India Company warehouses was to sell it cheaply in Europe. Although this seemed like the best possible solution, it was determined that the tea would most likely be smuggled back into Great Britain,…

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    Looking to save their company from going under, the East India Company was searching for various solutions to this economic downfall. The first of their ideas was to have the Townshend duty repealed, but the North ministry was not willing to do that because it might be interpreted as a withdrawal from Parliament's position that it had the right to tax the colonies. Also, the tax collected from the was used to pay the salaries of some colonial governors and judges. Another possible solution for…

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    Earlier, the East India Company was mainly concerned with carrying on its business in India i.e., it was mainly concerned with trade and commerce in India. Towards the end of the 18th century the East India Company assumed real power after the Battle of Plassey and Buxar in 1764. Its administration was however in the hands of the people of commerce whose main interest was in making money for serving their own vested interests rather than providing the people under their jurisdiction with an…

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    Both science and technology had a very profound role on the East India Company’s (EIC) rule over India, as well as added to the economy. Some background – with the EIC’s help, the British first took over areas in India starting with Bengal, located in northeast India today, and then moving down to the southern parts of India as well. They acquired some more territories in northern India after. Expansion to India eventually slowed down; however, once they stopped acquiring as much territory, they…

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    on empires, however, the three that stand out most are; The British East India Company which extended the British Empire to India, The Seven Years War which brought numerous changes to Europe’s colonial empires including Britain acquiring a great part of new France and lastly; the American Revolutionary War which give birth to one of the greatest empire nations to date. It is therefore, plausible to say that had it not been for these three key events, society along with its empires, would not…

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    to many different people including slave owners, coffee sparked an enlightenment, and tea gave a company power over the British government. The world would be a very different place without these…

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    Essay Introduction: Imperialism in India had both positive and negative effects. Imperialism in India occurred from 1750 to 1914. British had taken over the country during this period of time and make a lot of changes to the country. Imperialism has hindered the growth of India politically, economically and socially. India is a country located in the southern-most part of Asia. It is the 7th largest country by area, and second most populated country in the world. India is the birthplace of…

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    attributes that led to the rise of the British presence in India, but the primary reason can be connected to the crumbling Mughal Empire at the time. The growing cost of war, the rise of regionalism, and the failure of the Mughal financial system were some of the forces that contributed to the decline of the Mughal Empire. The Mughal Empire’s decline set the stage for British colonialism in India, as the waning power of the Mughals allowed the East India Company to slowly expand and take over…

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    Setting the Stage The Dutch Empire ahttp://img09.deviantart.net/8fb0/i/2009/122/2/8/netherlands_grunge_flag_by_think0.jpgnd the British Empire were very similar since the government took over from a company of their nation for the colonisation of another country. The Dutch East India Com pany first “colonised” the Indonesian archipelago, and then after 1799, The Dutch government took over the Dutch East India Company and “modified the company’s loose control of Java and gradually built a…

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    expensive purple dyes, Luke was a doctor, peter most likely continued to fish and Matthew was a lawyer. Until recent centuries missions has been self-sustained and self-financing. The point of this paper is not to condemn foreign mission assistance or foreign mission organizations, but to encourage a missions mindset that puts the future of any given missions project into the hands of native peoples so that it can continue for generations to come. This mindset makes a mission’s project…

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