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|Title||Papers of Archibald Seton covering the period of his life spent in India, 1782-1818.|
|Description||His career as a civilian in the East India Company was a brilliant one and his papers include letters of appointment to posts in India such as Resident at Delhi, Governor of Prince of Wales Island, and Member of the Supreme Council of Bengal. Among the private papers here is his correspondence with Alexander Adamson of 1794-5 concerning the wanderings and death of his father, Hugh Seton. There are also a number of letters to the Commissioners of his affairs in Britain, but the majority form his correspondence with his brother-in-law Hugh Stewart, 1st Bart. of Allanton, regarding family affairs and the management of his estate of Touch.|
|Theme(s)||The East India Company: Government and Administration c. 1750-1857|
|Library||National Library of Scotland|
|Copyright||National Library of Scotland|