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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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    Anon (Moir, J.).   TRANSACTIONS IN INDIA from the Commencement of the French War in Seventeen Hundred and Fify-Six to the Conclusion of the Late Peace in Seventeen Hundred and Eighty-Three. £350.00    
         505pp. Excellent 20th century restoration with the original leather boards and an new leather spine with raised bands and red leather title. With the armorial bookplate of Sir John Francis Davis, donated by him to Clifton College with their 1873 library bookplate. No other library markings.   Very good. Now a very tight clean copy.   1786 J.Debrett.
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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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    Bansal, Bobby Singh.   THE LION'S FIRANGHIS. £24.00    
      Europeans at the Court of Lahore.   172pp. 4to. Index. Colour and b/w illustrations. Presentation copy inscribed and signed by the author.   Fine in fine dustwrapper.   2010 First edition, Coronet House.
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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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    Bastin, John.   SIR THOMAS STAMFORD RAFFLES. £10.00    
      With an Account of the Raffles-Minto Manuscript Collection.   22pp. Card covers. 12 b'w plates.   Very good indeed.   1969 Ocean Steam Company, Liverpool.
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    Bhattacharya, Sukumar.   THE EAST INDIA COMPANY AND THE ECONOMY OF BENGAL FROM 1704 to 1740. £12.00    
         234pp. Large folding document.   Very good.   1954 First edition, Luzac and Company.
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    Biddupph, Colonel J.   STRINGER LAWRENCE. £45.00    
      The Father of the Indiann Army.   133pp. Index. In the original decorated dark blue cloth. With the bookplate of Herefordshire County Libraries and one rubber stamp mark.   Very good indeed.   1901 First edition, John Murray.
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    Bidwell, Shelford.   SWORDS FOR HIRE. £12.00    
      European Mercenaries in Eighteenth Century India.   258pp. Index. 17 illustrations and 2 maps. De Boigne, Thomas, Perron and Skinner.   Very good indeed in slightly edge-worn dustwrapper.   1971 First edition, John Murray.
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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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    Bowen, H.V et al (edit).   THE WORLDS OF THE EAST INDIA COMPANY. £25.00    
         246pp. Index. Scholarly contributions to a conference jointly organised by the National Maritime Museum and the University of Leicester.   Fine in fine dustwrapper.   2002 First edition, The Boydell Press.
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    Bowen, H.V. et al.   MONSOON TRADERS. £24.00    
      The Maritime World of the East India Company.   192pp. Index. 4to. Card covers. Colour illustrations throughout.   Fine.   2011 Scala for the National Maritime Museum.
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    Bulley, Anne.   THE BOMBAY COUNTRY SHIPS 1790-1833. £55.00    
         288pp. Index. A study of the Bombay merchant fleet, with English and Indian owners, its ships and men.   Fine in fine dustwrapper.   2000 First edition, The Curzon Press.
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    Bulley, Anne.   FREE MARINER. £10.00    
      John Adolphus Pope in the East Indies 1786-1821.   244pp. Index. 15 b/w illustrations and 3 maps. Card covers. From the letters of an observant ship's officer who became the editor of the 'Bombay Gazette'.   Fine.   1992 First edition, BACSA (19).
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    Busteed, H.E.   ECHOES FROM OLD CALCUTTA. £28.00    
      Being Chiefly Reminiscences of the Days of Warren Hastings, Francis, and Impey.   343pp. 15 b/w plates. In the original brown cloth.   Very good indeed.   1897 Third edition, Thacker, Spink, Calcutta.
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    Butler, Iris.   THE ELDEST BROTHER. £24.00    
      The Marquess Wellesley 1760-1842.   638pp. Index. Wellington's brother who was Governor-General of Bengal.   Very good indeed in very good dustwrapper. Deleted owner's name on front endpaper   1973 First edition, Hodder and Stoughton.
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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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    Coates, Austin.   MACAO AND THE BRITISH 1637-1842. £12.00    
      Prelude to Hong Kong.   232pp. Paperback.   Very good. Some light pencil marks in margins.   1988 Oxford University Press, Hong Kong.
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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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    Conner, Patrick.   THE CHINA TRADE 1600-1860. £24.00    
         158pp. Index. Card covers. Exhibition catalogue illustrated in colour and b/w.   Very good.   1986 Royal Pavilion, Brighton.
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    Crossman, Carl L.   THE CHINA TRADE. £24.00    
      Export paintings, furniture. Silver and Other Objects.   275pp. 4to. Index. 216 illustrations in colour and b/w.   Very good in chipped dustwrapper. Top edge dust-spotted.   1973 Second printing, The Pyne |Press, Princeton.
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    Dalrymple, William.   THE ANARCHY. £15.00    
      The Relentless Rise of the East India Company.   523pp. Index. Colour illustrations and 3 maps.   Fine in fine dustwrapper. As new.   2019 Second impression, Bloomsbury.
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    Dodwell, Henry   THE NABOBS OF MADRAS. £35.00    
         263pp. 6 b/w plates. European life in 18th century Madras.   Spine cloth faded, Internally very good.   1926 First edition, Williams and Norgate.
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    Dreaper, James.   PITT'S GALLANT CONQUEROR. £12.00    
      The Turbulent Life of Lieutenant General Sir William Draper.   258pp. Index.15b/w illustrations. He commanded the British capture of Manila in 1762.   Near-fine in fine dustwrapper.   2006 First edition, I.B.Tauris.
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    Edwardes, Michael.   THE NECESSARY HELL. £15.00    
      John and Henry Lawrence and the Indian Empire.   213pp. Index. 8 b/w illustrations.   Very good indeed in dustwrapper with some loss to bottom of spine panel.   1958 First edition, Cassell.
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    Edwardes, Michael.   THE BATTLE OF PLASSEY. £5.00    
      and the Conquest of Bengal.   167pp. British Battles Series.   Very good indeed without the dustwrapper.   1963 First edition, Batsford..
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    Edwardes, Michael.   RALPH FITCH. £10.00    
      Elizabethan in the Indies.   184pp. Index. Story of a merchant who, sailing in 1583, reached Agra, the court of Akbar, and Fatephur Sikri.   Fine.   1972 First edition, Faber and Faber.
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    Edwardes, Michael.   PLASSEY: THE FOUNDING OF AN EMPIRE. £5.00    
         209pp. Index. 17 b/w illustrations.   Fine in chipped dw.   1969 First edition, Hamish Hamilton.
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    English, Barbara.   JOHN COMPANY'S LAST WAR. £12.00    
         192pp. 20 b/w illustrations and 5 maps. Outram's 1856 campaign in Persia.   Very good in very good dustwrapper with faded spine panel.   1971 First edition, Collins.
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    Fenwick Valerie and Redknap, Mark (edit).   SHIPS CARGOES AND THE EAST INDIA TRADE, £10.00    
      The English East India Company and its Competitors.   93 double-column pp. Card covers.   Fine.   1990 Nautical Archaeological Society,
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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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    Forrest, Denys.   TIGER OF MYSORE. £26.00    
      The Life and Death of Tipu Sultan.   388pp with folding map. 38 illustrations and 6 maps.   Very good in chipped dustwrapper.   1970 First edition, Chatto & Windus.
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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. £22.00    
      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.   Fine in fine dustwrapper.   1987 Mildmay.
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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. £16.00    
         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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    Foster, Sir William.   ENGLAND'S QUEST OF EASTERN TRADE. £12.00    
         355pp. Index. 13 maps. 16th and 17th century voyages and commercial penetration. First published in 1933.   Fine in fine dustwrapper.   1966 Reprint A & C.Black.
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    Foster, William.   THE EAST INDIA HOUSE. £32.00    
         250pp. Index. 30 b/w plates. The London headquarters of the Company.   Very good. Some spotting throughout.   1924 First edition, John Lane.
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    Furber, Holden.   JOHN COMPANY AT WORK. £35.00    
      A Study of European Expansion in the Late Eighteenth Century.   407pp. Index. Folding map. Making use of Dutch, French and Danish records as well as British sources.   Very good. An excellent copy.   1951 Second printing, Harvard University Press.
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    Grier, Sydney C. (Hilda Gregg).   IN FURTHEST IND. £12.00    
      The Narrative of Mr.Edward Carlyon of the Honourable East India Company's Service.   Novel in the form of his account of his journey to the court of the Great Moghul, written in 1697.   Very good indeed.   1894 First edition, Blackwood, Edinburgh.
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    Hennessy, Maurice.   THE RAJAH FROM TIPPERARY. £18.00    
         183pp. Index. 15 illustrations and 2 maps. Story of George Thomas, 18th century adventurer who became ruler of Hariana. Presentation copy inscribed and signed by the author on the front endpaper.   Very good indeed in like dustwrapper.   1971 First edition, Sidgwick & Jackson.
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    Henty, G.A.   WITH CLIVE IN INDIA. £15.00    
         378pp. In original decorated cloth.   Very good. A clean, bright copy.   No date (c1905), Blackie and Son.
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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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    Holzman, James M.   THE NABOBS IN ENGLAND. £60.00    
      A Study of the Returned Anglo-Indian, 1760-1785.   186pp. Index.   Very good indeed.   1926 New York.
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    Ingram, Edward (edits).   TWO VIEWS OF BRITISH INDIA. £12.00    
      The Private Correspondence of Mr Dundas and Lord Wellesley 1798-1801.   344pp. Index. Correspondence between the Board of Control in London and the Governor-General of Bengal. Much on relations with Tipu, Hyderabad, The Marathas   Fine in fine dustwrapper.   No date (Preface dated 1969) Adams & Dart.
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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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    Kaye, M.M.(edits).   THE GOLDEN CALM. £10.00    
      An English Lady's Life in Moghul Delhi.   220pp. Reminiscences of life before the Mutiny, lavishly illustrated with many full-page colour reproductions of pages from `The Dehlie Book' commissioned by Sir Thomas Metcalfe from the best local Indian artists including a six page fold-out of a Moghul procession.   Fine in fine dustwrapper.   1980 First edition, Webb & Bower.
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    Lawford, James P.   CLIVE. £10.00    
      Proconsul of India. A Biography.   432pp. Index. 50 illustrations and 13 maps.   Fine.   1976 First edition, Allen & Unwin.
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    Lee-Warner, William.    THE LIFE OF THE MARQUIS OF DALHOUSIE. £25.00    
         In two volumes. 446pp, 450pp. Index. Originally published in 1904. Governor-General 1848-1856. Fascsimile reprint.   Fine in transparent wrappers.   1972 Irish University Press, Shannon.
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    Losty, J.P.   CALCUTTA, CITY OF PALACES. £55.00    
      A Survey of the City in the Days of the East India Company 1690-1858.   136pp. 4to. Index. 32 colour illustrations and 87 in b/w.   Fine in fine dustwrapper. A outstanding copy..   1990 First edition, The British Library.
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    Lunt, James (edits).   FROM SEPOY TO SUBEDAR. £14.00    
      Being the Life and Adventures of Subedar Sita Ram, a Native Officer of the Bengal Army, written and related by Himself.   187pp. First English edition 1873. The only Indian account of early 19th century service.   Very good in very good dustwrapper.   1988 Reprint, Macmillan.
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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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    Marshall, P.J.   EAST INDIAN FORTUNES. £65.00    
      The British in Bengal in the Eighteenth Century.   284pp. Index. The pursuit of wealth by Englishmen in Bengal.   Very good indeed in slightly loose and faded dustwrapper   1976 First edition, Oxford University Press.
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    Marshall, P.J.   BENGAL: THE BRITISH BRIDGEHEAD. £18.00    
      Eastern India 1740-1828. The New Cambridge History of India.   195pp. Index.   Very good in very good. Browning to edges of paper.   1987 First edition, Cambridge University Press.
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    Mill, James.   THE HISTORY OF BRITISH INDIA,. £650.00    
         In 6 vols. 450, 463, 571, 508, 546 and 631pp. Index in vol 6. Large folding maps: in Vol1 (a little torn and spotted) of Eastern Persia, Afganistan etc. In Vol 3 of Hindoostan in colour by J. Arrowsmith. Excellent 20th century restoration with the original leather boards and new leather spines with raised bands and red leather titles.   A most attractive and beautifully restored set, Some mainly very light spotting. Without labels, inscriptions or rubber stamp marks.   1820 Second edition, Baldwin, Cradock and Joy.
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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. £7.00    
         593pp. Opium wars in the East India Company factories in south China.   Fine in fine dw.   1986 First, Chatto.
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    Morris, Henry.   THE GOVERNORS-GENERAL OF INDIA. £28.00    
      Volume I.   First series. 189pp. In the original olive cloth. Engraved portraits of each of the first six Governors-General to 1823   Very good indeed,   1907 First edition, The Christian Literature Society for India.
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    Morse, Hosea Ballou.   THE CHRONICLES OF THE EAST INDIA COMPANY TRADING TO CHINA 1635-1834. £0.00    
         Complete in 5 vols. xxii 305, 435, 388, 425 and 196pp. Vol 5 was published three years after the others as 'Supplementary 1742-74' Appendices to each volume. In standard Oxford dark blue cloth.   Very good indeed in dustwrappers. The wrappers are now darkening and worn with a little loss but have done their job leaving all volumes bright and clean. No signatures, labels or marks. An outstanding set   1926 and 1929 First editions, at the Clarendon Press, Oxford.
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    Mui, Hoh-cheung and Loma   THE MANAGEMENT OF MONOPOLY. £24.00    
      A Study of the East India Company's Conduct of its Tea Trade 1784-1833.1984 First edition,   192pp. Index.   Fine.   1984 First edition University of British Columbia Press, Vancouver.
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    Napier, Priscilla.   I HAVE SIND. £28.00    
      Charles Napier in India 1841-1844.   327pp. Index.   Fine in fine dustwrapper.   1990 First edition, Michael Russell, Salisbury.
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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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    Parry,J.H.   TRADE AND DOMINION. £15.00    
      The European Overseas Empires in the Eighteenth Century.   409pp. Index. 90 b/w illustrations.   Very good indeed in fine dustwrapper. An outstanding copy. Owner's name.   1971 First edition, Weidenfeld and Nicolson.
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    Pasley, Rodney.   SEND MALCOLM. £10.00    
      The Life of Major-General Sir John Malcolm 1769-1833.   198pp. Index. 13 illustrations and 4 maps. Card covers. The second BACSA publication.   Fine.   1982 First edition, BACSA (2).
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    Philips, C.H.   THE EAST INDIA COMPANY 1784-1834. £45.00    
         374pp. Index. In the original black cloth.   Very good.   1940 First edition, Manchester University Press.
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    Philips, C.H.(edits).   THE CORRESPONDENCE OF DAVID SCOTT £5.00    
      Director and Chairman of the East India Company Relating to Indian Affairs 1787-1805.   Volume 2 only (of 2). 229pp.   Near-fine. Largely uncut.   1951 First edition, Royal Historical Society.
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    Prakash, Om.   THE DUTCH EAST INDIA COMPANY AND THE ECONOMY OF BENGAL 1630-1720. £25.00    
         291pp. Index.   Very good indeed in fine dustwrapper.   1985 First edition, Princeton University Press.
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    Prinsep, H.T.   HISTORY OF THE POLITICAL AND MILITARY TRANSACTIONS IN INDIA £28.00    
      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.   Fine in very good transparent wrappers.   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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    Saroop, Narindar.   A SQUIRE OF HINDOOSTAN. £12.00    
         178pp. Life of William Gardner of Gardner's Horse, in India 1789-1833.   Near-fine in like dustwrapper.   1983 First edition, Palit & Palit, New Delhi.
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    Scott, W.R.   THE CONSTITUTION AND FINANCE OF ENGLISH SCOTTISH AND IRISH JOINT-STOCK COMPANIES TO 1720. £550.00    
         Complete in 3 vols, lvi + 488, 504 and 563pp. Index to each volume. In the original black cloth. Top edges gilt.   Very good indeed. A lovely set. A little very light spotting.   1912 First edition, at the University Press, Cambridge
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    Shaw, Graham.   PRINTING IN CALCUTTA TO 1800. £18.00    
      A Description and Checklist of Printing in Late Eighteenth Century Calcutta.   249pp.   Fine.   1981 First edition, The Bibliographical Society.
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    Spear, Percival.   THE NABOBS. £58.00    
      A Study of the Social Life of the English in 18th Century India.   215pp. Index. 8 plates.   Very good indeed in price-clipped but otherwise complete dustwrapper. An outstanding copy.   1932 First edition, Oxford University Press.
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    Spear, Percival.   MASTER OF BENGAL. £5.00    
      Clive and his India.   224pp. Index. 133 illustrations.   Fine in fine dw.   1975 Bookclub edition.
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    Srinavasachari, Rao Bahadur C.S.   ANANDA RANGA PILLAI. £18.00    
      The 'Pepys' of French India.   512pp. Facsimile reprint. Map. A critical edition of remarkable eighteenth century diaries kept by Indian businessman who acted for the French in Pondicherry.   Very good.   1991 Asian Educational Services.
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    Srinavasachari, Rao Bahadur C.S.   ANANDA RANGA PILLAI. £25.00    
      The 'Pepys' of French India.   512pp. A critical edition of remarkable eighteenth century diaries kept by Indian businessman who acted for the French in Pondicherry.   Corners worn. Spotted colour loss to boards. Some worm holes mainly to early and late pages not affecting the text.   1940 First edition, Varadachary & Co.,Madras.
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    Stronge, Susan.   TIPU'S TIGERS. £12.00    
         96pp. Index. Many illustrations, mainly in colour.   Fine in fine dustwrapper.   2013, Victoria & Albert Museum
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    Sutton, Jean.   LORDS OF THE EAST. £15.00    
      The East India Company and its Ships.   160pp. Index. Many b/w illustrations. 11 detailed appendices.   Fine in fine dustwrapper.   2000 New edition, Conway Maritime Press.
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    Sutton, Jean.   LORDS OF THE EAST. £22.00    
      The East India Company and its Ships.   176pp. Index. Many b/w illustrations. 10 detailed appendices.   Fine in fine dw.   1981 First edition, Conway Maritime Press.
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    Teignmouth, Lord.   MEMOIRS OF THE LIFE, WRITINGS, AND CORRESPONDENCE OF SIR WILLIAM JONES. £240.00    
         531pp. Portrait frontispiece. In 19th century binding with leather spine and corners. The spine is elaborately decorated with owner's initials (G.B.) and raised bands. The boards are of stiff card now rubbed with the surface gone in places. Bookplate.   Very good. Binding strong and paper clean.   1804 First edition, John Hatchard.
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    Trotter, Captain L.J.   WARREN HASTINGS. £10.00    
      `The Rulers of India' series.   219pp. Index.   Corners rubbed and front hinge slack.   1890 First edition, Clarendon Press.
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    Trotter, Captain L.J.   WARREN HASTINGS. £14.00    
      `The Rulers of India' series.   219pp. Index. In the standard blue cloth.   Very good.   1897, Clarendon Press, Oxford.
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    Trotter, Lionel.   WARREN HASTINGS: A BIOGRAPHY. £16.00    
         302pp. Index. In brown cloth   Very good indeed. An outstanding copy   No date (c1909), Everyman Library, Dent.
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    Weitzman, Sophia..   WARREN HASTINGS AND PHILIP FRANCIS. £75.00    
         400pp. Index. 2 plates and a map. Based on the papers of Sir Philip Francis, Hasting's opponent and enemy in India and England. They fought a duel in 1780.   Very good indeed. Presentation copy signed and inscribed by the author.   1929 First edition, Manchester University Press.
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    Wheeler, J.Talboys.   HANDBOOK TO THE MADRAS RECORDS £85.00    
      being a report on the public records preserved in the Madras government office previous to 1834.   xx + 48pp. In the original brown cloth.   Very good indeed.   1907 Government Press, Madras.
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    Wright, Arnold.   EARLY ENGLISH ADVENTURERS IN THE EAST. £5.00    
         331pp. Index. 12 of 21 chapters relate to India.   Very good. Neat prize label.and damp stain to lower corner. Internally sound.   1917 Second edition, Andrew Melrose.
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    Yazdani, Zubaida.   HYDERABAD DURING THE RESIDENCY OF HENRY RUSSELL 1811-1820. £25.00    
         141pp. Folding map.   Very good indeed.   1976 First edition, Oxford University Press for the author.
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    Yogev, Gedalia.   DIAMONDS AND CORAL. £15.00    
      Anglo-Dutch Jews and Eighteenth Century Trade.   360pp. Index.   Presentation inscription on front endpaper. Otherwise fine in fine dustwrapper.   1978 Leicester University Press.
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