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    Ballhatchet, Kenneth and Harrison, John, (edit).   THE CITY IN SOUTH ASIA. £12.00    
      Pre-Modern and Modern.   xiii + 342pp. Studies of Delhi, Murshidabad, Lucknow, Dacca, Allahabad, Calcutta and elsewhere.   Fine in fine dw   1980 First edition, The Curzon Press.
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    Crooke, W (edits).   OBSERVATIONS ON THE MUSSULMAUNS OF INDIA £35.00    
      Descriptive of their Manners, Customs, Habits and Religious Opinions made during a Twelve Year Residence in their Immediate Society by Mrs Meer Hassan Ali.   442pp. Index. Facsimile reprint. The author was the English wife of a Lucknow noble and was in India from 1816-28.   Very good in very good dw. Paper darkening..   1978 Reprint, Oxford University Press, Karachi.
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    Edwardes, Michael.   A SEASON IN HELL. £21.00    
      The Defence of the Lucknow Residency.   330pp. Index. 20 illustrations from 19th century plates. Maps and plans. A full account of the five month siege during the Mutiny.   Fine in near-fine dw with one short tear.   1973 First edition, Hamish Hamilton.
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    Edwardes, Michael.   A SEASON IN HELL. £14.00    
      The Defence of the Lucknow Residency.   330pp. Index. 20 illustrations from 19th century plates. Maps and plans. A full account of the five month siege during the Mutiny.   Very good in very good dw. Owner's name in red ink.   1973 First edition, Hamish Hamilton.
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    Forbes-Mitchell, William.   THE RELIEF OF LUCKNOW. £10.00    
         159pp. His Mutiny memoirs retitled. Edited with a introduction by Michael Edwardes.   Fine in slightly worn slipcase.   1962 Folio Society.
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    Forbes-Mitchell, William.   THE RELIEF OF LUCKNOW. £12.00    
         159pp. His Mutiny memoirs retitled. Edited with a introduction by Michael Edwardes.   Fine in near-fine slipcase.   1962 Folio Society.
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    Germon, Maria.   JOURNAL OF THE SIEGE OF LUCKNOW. £15.00    
      An Episode of the Indian Mutiny.   136pp. Edited by Michael Edwardes.   Very good. Front board a litle dust-soiled.   No date (1950s) Constable.
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    Germon, Maria.   JOURNAL OF THE SIEGE OF LUCKNOW. £24.00    
      An Episode of the Indian Mutiny.   136pp. Edited by Michael Edwardes.   Very good in very good dw.   No date (1950s) Constable.
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    Germon, Maria.   JOURNAL OF THE SIEGE OF LUCKNOW. £16.00    
      An Episode of the Indian Mutiny.   136pp. Edited by Michael Edwardes.   Very good in very good dw. Light spotting to edges and endpapers   No date (1950s) Constable.
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    Hamid, Major-General Shahid.   AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF A GENERAL. £35.00    
         xvii + 156pp. His early life, an account of a distinguished Lucknow family, entry into the British Indian Army and the war in Burma.   Fine in fine dw.   1998 First edition, Ferozsons, Lahore.
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    Jasanoff, Maya.   EDGE OF EMPIRE. £12.00    
      Conquest and Collecting in the East 1750-1850.   504pp. Index. 49 b/w illustrations. A brilliant analysis of cross-cultural lives in India and Egypt. Much on Lucknow and Seringapatam.   Fine in fine dw.   2005 First edition, Knopf, New York.
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    Jones, Capt. Oliver J.   RECOLLECTIONS OF A WINTER CAMPAIGN IN INDIA 1857-58. £18.00    
         17 full-page tinted plates. Facsimile of 1859 original. Service in the Mutiny campaign at Lucknow.   Fine in fine dw.   1989 First thus, London Stamp Exchange.
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    Keene, H.G.   A HANDBOOK FOR VISITORS TO LUCKNOW. £16.00    
      With Preliminary Notes on Allahabad and Cawnpore.   125pp. Index. 2 folding maps in rear pocket. Facsimile reprint of 1875 original.   Fine.   2000 Asian Educational Services, New Delhi.
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    Kinsley, D.A.   THEY FIGHT LIKE DEVILS. £12.00    
      Stories from Lucknow during the Great Indian Mutiny, 1857-58.   224pp. Index.   Fine in fine dw.   2001 First edition, Greenhill Books.
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    Knighton, William.   THE PRIVATE LIFE OF AN EASTERN KING. £45.00    
      Together with Elihu Jan's Story or The Private Life of an Eastern Queen.   345pp. xliv pp. Edited by S.B.Smith. Introduction with list of Residents at Lucknow and genealogy of the Kings of Oudh. First published in 1855. The author was Assistant Commissioner in Oudh and a member of the Oudh Commission. The last days of the last King of Oudh.   Very good indeed in worn dw with some loss   1921 New Edition, Oxford University Press.
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    Llewellyn-Jones, Rosie.   A VERY INGENIOUS MAN. £15.00    
      Claude Martin in Early Colonial India.   241pp. Index. 12 illustrations. French adventurer, architect and polymath who built his own palace in Lucknow which became La Martiniere College.   Very good in very good dw.   1992 First edition, Oxford University Press, Delhi.
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    Llewellyn-Jones, Rosie.   THE LAST KING IN INDIA. £20.00    
      Wajid Ali Shah.   314pp. Index. 18 illustrations in colour and b/w. The ruler of Lucknow before and after his deposition by the British.   Fine in fine dw.   2014 First edition, Hurst.
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    Mookherji, P.C.   THE PICTORIAL LUCKNOW. £18.00    
         250pp. Facsimile reprint of late 19th century account of the customs, architecture and history of the city. Illustrated with b/w drawings. Not very 'pictorial'.   Fine.   2003 Asian Educational Services, New Delhi.
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    Narain, Kirti.   PRESS, POLITICS AND SOCIETY: UTTAR PRADESH 1885-1914. £13.00    
         302pp. Index. The role of Indain language newspapers in the develompent of nationalist ideas.   Fine in fine dw.   1998 First edition, Mahohar, New Delhi.
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    Oldenburg, Veena Talwar.   THE MAKING OF COLONIAL LUCKNOW 1856-1877. £21.00    
         287pp. Index. The use of town-planning to ensure control and development after 1857.   Fine in rubbed dw.   1984 First edition, Princeton University Press.
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    Sharar, Abdul Halim.   LUCKNOW: THE LAST PHASE OF AN ORIENTAL CULTURE. £14.00    
         295pp. Index. First English translation of Urdu text. A picture of life and culture in Mughal Lucknow of the 18th and 19th centuries.   Very good in very good dustwrapper.   1975 First edition, Paul Elek.
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    Sharar, Abdul Halim.   LUCKNOW: THE LAST PHASE OF AN ORIENTAL CULTURE. £5.00    
         295pp. Index. First English translation of Urdu text. A picture of life and culture in Mughal Lucknow of the 18th and 19th centuries. Paperback reprint.   Fine.   2000 Oxford University Press, New Delhi.
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    Sleeman, Major General Sir W.H.   A JOURNEY THROUGH THE KINGDOM OF OUDE 1849-1850. £22.00    
      With Private Correspondence Relative to the Annexation of Oude to British India.   In 2 vols. 337, 424pp. Folding map. Facsimile reprint of 1858 original.   Very good. Printing sometimes a little smudgy.   1995 Asian Educational Services, New Delhi.
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    Taj Magazine.   LUCKNOW. £10.00    
         134pp. 4to. Card wrappers. Lavishly illustrated in colour and b/w. Advertisments.   Very good.   1994 Taj Hotels India.
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    Verney, Major-General G.L.   THE DEVIL'S WIND. £14.00    
      The Story of the Naval Brigade at Lucknow.   176pp. Index. From the Letters of Edward Hope Verney and Other Papers concerning the Enterprise of the Ship's Company of H.M.S.Shannon in the Campaign in India 1857-58.   Very good.   1956 First edition, Hutchinson.
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