Events in the year 1798 in India. Contents. [hide]. 1 Incumbents; 2 Events; 3 Births; 4 References. Incumbents. Sir Allured Clarke, Governor-General.
It does so, firstly, by looking at India, a country largely ignored in most recent accounts of beriberi, and yet one that had a long history of engagement with the.
Sir John Shore governor General of India from 1798. Sir John Shore was famous for his polices of non-invention. Charter act of. Week 3, Lecture 13 - The British Response to the Rising, 1798 Organisations in the Age of Peel Economic. Ended policy of non-intervention. On infantile beriberi, see Vedder, op. The British supremacy had been recognised in the. By the early twentieth century, there existed a vast scientific literature on beriberi, including articles and books in Dutch, French, German, Portuguese, Norwegian, Japanese and English. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Appointment of collectors to manage revenue and justice related to 1798 in India affairs.