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History of the Madras army / compiled by W.J. Wilson.
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  • Wilson, W. J. (William John)
Published
[Madras] : [publisher not identified], 1882-1888
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Agricultural reform in India / by A.O. Hume, C.B., late secretary to the government of India in the Department of Revenue, Agriculture, and Commerce.
Author
  • Hume, Allan Octavian, 1829-1912.
Published
London : W.H. Allen & Co., 13 Waterloo Place, Pall Mall, S.W., publishers to the India Office, 1879.
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The awakening of India / by J. Ramsey Macdonald.
Author
  • MacDonald, James Ramsay, 1866-1937.
Edition
Popular ed.
Published
London : Hodder and Stoughton, [1911?]
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Author
  • Braid, William David.
Edition
2nd ed.
Published
London : Thomas Scott, MDCCCLIII [1853]
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Author
  • Birdwood, George C. M. (George Christopher Molesworth), Sir, 1832-1917.
Edition
Second reprint.
Published
London : W.H. Allen, 1891.
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Author
  • Elliot, Walter, 1803-1887.
Published
Edinburgh : [publisher not identified], 1896.
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Author
  • Chapman, John, 1801-1854,
Published
London : John Chapman, 142, Strand, MDCCCLIII [1853]
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India tracts / By Mr. Holwell, and friends. Containing I. An address to the proprietors of East-India stock; setting forth, the unavoidable necessity, and real motives, for the revolution in Bengal, 1760. II. A refutation of a letter from certain gentlemen of the Council at Bengal, to the Honourable the secret committee. III. Important facts regarding the East-India Company's affairs in Bengal, from the years 1752 to 1760, with copies of several very interesting letters. IV. A narrative of the deplorable deaths of the English gentlemen who were suffocated in the Black Hole in Fort William, at Calcutta, June 1756. V. A defence of Mr. Vansittart's conduct. Illustrated with a frontispiece, representing the monument erected at Calcutta, in memory of the sufferers in the Black Hole Prison.
Author
  • Holwell, J. Z. (John Zephaniah), 1711-1798.
Edition
The second edition, revised and corrected, with additions.
Published
London : Printed for T. Becket and P. A. de Hondt, near Surry-Street, in the Strand, MDCCLXIV. [1764]
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