Charter Act of 1813

Charter Act 1813 or East India Company Act 1813 was passed by the British Parliament to renew the charter of British East India Company and continue the rule of the same in India.
The earlier charter act of 1793 had given the East India Company a monopoly to trade with East for a period of 20 years. However, the rise of Napoleon Bonaparte had brought hard days to the businessmen of En…

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