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    Allen, Charles (edits).   A SOLDIER OF THE COMPANY. £15.00    
      Life of an English Ensign 1833-43. Captain Albert Hervey.   226pp. Endpaper maps. Many illustrations of the period in colour and black and white. Signed by the editor on the title page,   Fine in fine dustwrapper.   1988 First edition, Michael Joseph.
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    Ascoli, F.D.   EARLY REVENUE HISTORY OF BENGAL and the Fifth Report, 1812. £10.00    
         272pp. Index. Ex-university library copy.   Spine starting to fray. Otherwise very good.   1917 First edition, at the Clarendon Press, Oxford.
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    Ballhatchet, Kenneth.   SOCIAL POLICY AND SOCIAL CHANGE IN WESTERN INDIA 1817-1830 £31.00    
         335pp. Index. Portrait of Elphinstone as frontispiece. 1 folding and 1 other map. The integration of the Peshwa's territory into British India.   Fine in very good dw.   1957 First edition, Oxford University Press.
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    Barley, Nigel (edits).   THE GOLDEN SWORD: STAMFORD RAFFLES AND THE EAST. £10.00    
         96pp. Card covers. 7 colour and 40 b/w illustrations.   Fine.   1999 The British Museum Press.
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    Baron, Archie.   AN INDIAN AFFAIR. £10.00    
      From Riches to Raj.   256pp. Index. Illustrated in colour and b/w.   Fine in fine dw.   2001 First edition, Channel 4 Books.
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    Bayly, C.A.   INDIAN SOCIETY AND THE MAKING OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE. £15.00    
         230pp. Index. New Cambridge History of India. Ex-public library copy with minimal markings.   Very good in very good dustwrapper.   1988 First edition, University of Cambridge Press.
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    Bidwell, Shelford.   SWORDS FOR HIRE. £16.00    
      European Mercenaries in Eighteenth Century India.   258pp. Index. 17 illustrations and 2 maps.   Fine in fine dw.   1971 First edition, John Murray.
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    Bowrey, Thomas.   A GEOGRAPHICAL ACCOUNT OF COUNTRIES ROUND THE BAY OF BENGAL, 1669 TO 1679. £36.00    
         lvi + 387pp. Index. 19 plates of b/w illustrations. Map missing from rear pocket.   Fine. Some stains and darkening to blue boards.   1905 The Hakluyt Society.
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    Carey, W.H.   THE GOOD OLD DAYS OF HONOURABLE JOHN COMPANY; £126.00    
      Being Curious Reminiscences illustrating Manners and Customs of the British in India during the Rule of the East India Company from 1600-1858.   In 2 vols. 494, 464 + xxx pp. In original red-brown cloth. Compiled from years of researches from old newspapers and scarce volumes. Collection of detail mainly of Calcutta life. Sections on education, charities, art, buildings, gossip, science, amusements, law, the press and literature.   Very good.   1906 and 1907 Reprint, R.Cambray & Co., Calcutta
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    Collis, Maurice.   FOREIGN MUD. £13.00    
      Being an account of the Opium Imbroglio at Canton in the 1830s and the Anglo-Chinese War that followed.   319pp. Index. 24 b/w illustrations and 5 maps. The East India Company defends its trade in opium.   Yellow boards slightly soiled as usual. Otherwise very good.   1946 First edition, Faber.
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    Collis, Maurice.   FOREIGN MUD. £10.00    
      Being an account of the Opium Imbroglio at Canton in the 1830s and the Anglo-Chinese War that followed.   319pp. Index. 24 b/w illustrations and 5 maps. The East India Company defends its trade in opium.   Yellow boards slightly soiled as usual. Otherwise very good.   1952 Second impression Faber
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    Edwardes, Michael.   THE NECESSARY HELL. £18.00    
      John and Henry Lawrence and the Indian Empire.   213pp. Index. 8 b/w illustrations.   Fine in fine dw. A lovely copy.   1958 First edition, Cassell.
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    Firminger, Walter Kelly.   HISTORICAL INTRODUCTION TO THE BENGAL PORTION OF 'THE FIFTH REPORT'. £14.00    
         356pp. Index. Facsimile reprint of 1917 original. Account of the establisment of Company administration in Bengal.   Very good.   1977 Today and Tomorrow, Delhi.
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    Fisher, Michael H. (edits).   THE TRAVELS OF DEAN MAHOMET. £12.00    
      An Eighteenth Century Journey through India.   229pp. Index. 30pp introduction, notes and bibliography. Card covers. The first book published in English by an Indian (in 1794). Service in the Company's army and later life as popular 'shampooing surgeon' in Regency Brighton.   Fine.   1997 University of California Press.
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    Forrest, Denys.   THE ORIENTAL. £21.00    
      Life Story of a London Club.   240pp. Index. 28 b/w illustrations. History of the West End club founded in 1824 for servants of the East India Company.   Very good in rubbed dw.   1968 First edition,Batsford.
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    Fortune, Robert.    A JOURNEY TO THE TEA COUNTRIES OF CHINA. £12.00    
      With a Short Notice of the East India Company's Tea Plantations in the Himalaya Mountains.   398pp. Facsimile reprint of 1852 original. 16 illustrations and a map. Fortune returned from China with more than twenty thousand tea plants for the Himalayan estates. In card covers.   Fine.   1987 Mildmay.
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    Fortune, Robert.   THREE YEARS' WANDERINGS IN CHINA. £12.00    
      Including a Visit to the Tea, Silk and Cotton Countries.   407pp. Facsimile reprint of 1847 original. 17 illustrations and a map. Fortune returned from China with more than twenty thousand tea plants for the Himalayan estates. In card covers.   Fine.   1987 Mildmay.
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    Foster, Sir William (edits).   A NEW ACCOUNT OF THE EAST INDIES BY ALEXANDER HAMILTON. £32.00    
         xxxvii + 225pp. 2 vols in 1. Index. 5 illustrations and 3 folding maps. Introduction and notes. Lavish facsimile reprint of 1930 Arganaut Press edition. Early 18th century Indian Ocean voyages.   Very good indeed.   1970 Reprint, N, Israel, Amsterdam and Da Capo Press, New York.
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    Gardner, Brian.   THE EAST INDIA COMPANY. £12.00    
      A History.   319pp. Index. 4 maps. 19 illustrations.   Fine in fine dw.   1971 First edition, Dorset Press, New York.
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    Groseclose, Barbara.   BRITISH SCULPTURE AND THE COMPANY RAJ. £25.00    
      Church Monuments and Public statuary in Madras, Calcutta and Bombay to 1858.   152pp. 4to. Index. Illustrated with photographs of every work treated in the text the majority of which have never before been reproduced.   Fine in fine dw.   1995 First edition, University of Delaware Press, Newark.
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    Gurwood, Lieut. Colonel.   THE DISPATCHES OF FIELD MARSHALL THE DUKE OF WELLINGTON during his various camapigns in India, Portugal, Spain, The Low Countries and France from 1799 to 1818. £45.00    
      Volume the Second.   Volume 2 only. 711pp. Covering events from June 1803 until January 1804, The camapaign of the Marhatta War, The Battle of Assye and the peace treaty. In 20th century binding with leather spine and marbled boards.   Very good indeed. Inscription (from 1985). Clean and tight with very light spotting.   1837 A new edition, John Murray.
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    Hervey, Captain Albert.   A SOLDIER OF THE COMPANY. £14.00    
      Life of an English Ensign 1833-43.   226pp. Endpaper maps. Many illustrations of the period in colour and black and white. Edited and introduced by Charles Allen and signed by him.   Fine in very good dw.   1988 First edition, Michael Joseph.
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    Hervey, Captain Albert.   A SOLDIER OF THE COMPANY. £14.00    
      Life of an English Ensign 1833-43.   226pp. Endpaper maps. Many illustrations of the period in colour and black and white. Edited and introduced by Charles Allen.   Fine in fine dw.   1988 First thus, Michael Joseph.
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    James, Lawrence.   RAJ. £12.00    
      The Making and Unmaking of British India.   722pp. Index. 8 maps. 59 illustrations.   Fine in fine dw.   1998 St Martin's Press, New York.
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    Malleson, Colonel G.B.   LORD CLIVE. £31.00    
      The Founders of the Indian Empire.   516pp. Index. Portrait. 4 maps (3 folding).   Very good. Rebound in plain black cloth. A very sound working copy.   1882 First edition, W.H.Allen.
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    Malleson, Colonel G.B.   LORD CLIVE. £76.00    
      The Founders of the Indian Empire.   516pp. Index. Portrait. 4 maps (3 folding). In the original black cloth.   Very good indeed. An outstanding copy. Old library bookplate but no other library markings.   1882 First edition, W.H.Allen.
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    Misra, B.B.   THE INDIAN MIDDLE CLASSES. £10.00    
      Their Growth in Modern Times.   438pp. Index. A study from late-Mughal times to 1947.   Some light margin marking in pen, otherwise very good in chipped dw.   1961 First edition, Oxford University Press.
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    Mo, Timothy.   AN INSULAR POSSESSION. £13.00    
         593pp. Opium wars in the East India Company factories in south China.   Fine in fine dw.   1986 First, Chatto.
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    National Army Museum.   THE VICTORIA CROSSES AND GEORGE CROSSES OF THE HONOURABLE EAST INDIA COMPANY AND INDIAN ARMY 1856-1945. £14.00    
         47pp. 9 plates. Card covers. 9 full-page b/w illustrations.   Very good. Owner's name.   1962 First edition, National Army Museum.
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    Philips, C.H.(edits).   THE CORRESPONDENCE OF DAVID SCOTT £25.00    
      Director and Chairman of the East India Company Relating to Indian Affairs 1787-1805.   In 2 volumes. 458pp. Index.   Near-fine. A lovely set. Largely uncut.   1951 First edition, Royal Historical Society.
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    Prakash, Om.   EUROPEAN COMMERCIAL ENTERPRISE IN PRE-COLONIAL INDIA. £15.00    
         377pp. Index. 7 maps and 25 tables. Issued in 'The New Cambridge History of India'.   Very good in very good dustwrapper. Ex-public library copy with usual markings.   1998 First edition, Cambridge University Press.
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    Prinsep, H.T.   HISTORY OF THE POLITICAL AND MILITARY TRANSACTIONS IN INDIA £24.00    
      during the administration of the Marquess of Hastings 1813-1823.   In 2 volumes. 484pp and 487pp. Index. 5 large folding maps. Excellent facsimile reprint of 1825 original.   Owner's bookplates. Otherwise fine.   1972 Irish University Press, Shannon.
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    Roberts, P.E.   HISTORY OF BRITISH INDIA UNDER THE COMPANY AND CROWN. £22.00    
         625pp. Index. 14 maps.   Owner's bookplate and address label. Otherwise very good indeed.   1930 Second impression, Oxford University Press.
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    Sheppard, E.W.   COOTE BAHADUR. £10.00    
      A Life of Lieutenant-General Sir Eyre Coote.   247pp. Index. 13 b/w illustrations and 9 maps. Eighteenth century Commander in Chief for the Honourable Company. In India 1756-1783.   Very good. Spine lettering faded.   1956 First edition, Werner Laurie.
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    Sheppard, E.W.   COOTE BAHADUR. £16.00    
      A Life of Lieutenant-General Sir Eyre Coote.   247pp. Index. 13 b/w illustrations and 9 maps. Eighteenth century Commander in Chief for the Honourable Company. In India 1756-1783.   Owner's bookplate and address label. Otherwise very good indeed in slightly chipped and darkening dw.   1956 First edition, Werner Laurie.
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    Spear, Percival.   MASTER OF BENGAL. £10.00    
      Clive and his India.   224pp. Index. 133 illustrations.   Fine in fine dw.   1975 Bookclub edition.
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    Woodford Peggy.   RISE OF THE RAJ. £10.00    
         4to. 160pp. Index. Profusely illustrated in colour and b/w. Account of the pre-Mutiny period of British India.   Fine in fine dw.   1978 First edition, Midas Books.
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