Council of Four
Council of Four may refer to:
- Council of Four (India), a political body of 18th century India
- Council of Four Lands, the central body of Jewish authority in Poland from 1580 to 1764
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Council of Four Lands — An exhibit at the Diaspora Museum, Tel Aviv, depicting the meeting of the leaders of the Council of Four Lands The Council of Four Lands (Va ad Arba Aratzot) in Lublin, Poland was the central body of Jewish authority in Poland from 1580 to 1764.… … Wikipedia
Council of Four (India) — The Council of Four was established in 1773 to limit the influence of the Governor General of India, Warren Hastings. It is sometimes referred to as the Calcutta Council. It consisted of Sir Philip Francis, Lt. General Sir John Clavering, The… … Wikipedia
Council of India — The Council of India was the name given at different times to two separate bodies associated with British rule in India. The original Council of India was established by the Regulating Act of 1773[verification needed] as a council of four formal… … Wikipedia
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