shortly after this as appears from a letter dated 8th December, 1783, from the Attorney to
the East India Company stating that he had applied to the executor of Tong Achew for the
payment of a bond from the deceased to the Hon'ble Company.1
On the 15th November, 1804, there was an advertisement offering for
sale the estate of Atchepore, situated about 6 miles below Budge-Budge, with all the
buildings, stills, sugar mills and other fixtures, covering about 650 bighas under a patta
from Burdwan Raj and paying rent of Rs.45 per annum.2
1 Bengal Past and Present, vol. III (Jan-March
1909), pp. 137-138.
2 Bengal, Past and Present, vol. I (Oct 1907), p.