Four volumes by Hamilton and Haughton which are concerned with the Finances of Bengal and were compiled for the East India Company. Each consists of handwritten manuscripts bound into leather volumes which seem to have been produced consecutively. All were presented to the Royal Asiatic Society by Sir Graves Haughton on 1 April 1837.They are:
- "Historical and Comparative Analysis of the Finances of Bengal chronologically arranged in different periods, from the Moghul Conquest to the Present time, extracted from a political survey of the British Dominions and tributary dependencies in India". This volume cover the first two periods.
- Historical and Comparative Analysis of the Finances of Bengal covering the third period. Bound with it is an accompanying letter to the Right Honorable Charles Earl Cornwallis.
- "Historical & Comparative view of the Revenues of Bengal... A.D.1765-1784" This also includes a letter to the Right Honorable Charles Earl Cornwallis to accompany the report.
- "Supplement to the Historical and Comparative Analysis of the finances of Bengal...containing a similar disquisition on the revenue of the dependent Dominions of Soubah Behar, Chuckleh Midnapore in Orissa and the Zamindary of Benares in the Soubah of Allahabad, Calcutta, June 30th 1787".