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R\O 'b পরিশিষ্ট । otherwise, remember, you must answer for the consequences, and as I have always acted the oper unreserved part in all my dealings with you; I now acquaint you, that the remainder of the troops, which should have been here long since (and which I hear the Colonel told you he expected ) will be at Calcutta in a few days ; that in a few days more I shall dispatch a vessel for more ships and more troops; and, that I will kindle such a flame in your country as all the water in the Ganges shall not be able to extinguish. Farewel ; remenuber that he promises you this, who never yet broke his Word with you, or with any man whatsoever." From the Naw.b to the Admiral. Dated 9th March, 1757. I have already answered the letter you wrote me some days ago. Be so good as to consider the purport of what I wrobe, and send me a speedy reply. I am fixed and determined to abide by the terms of the treaty we have concluded, but have been obliged to defer the execution of the articles - on account of the Hooly, during which holidays my Banians, and ministers do not attend the Durbar. As soon as that is over, I will strictly comply with everything I have signed. You are sensible there is no avoiding this delay, and flatter myself it will not be thought much of. It is not my