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    Aijazuddin, F.S.   LAHORE. £32.00    
      Illustrated Views of the 19th Century.   176pp. Index. 43 colour and 67 b/w illustrations with notes on the artists, photographers and views. Beautifully produced volume printed in Singapore.   Fine in fine dw.   1991 First edition, Vanguard Books, Lahore.
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    Aijazuddin, F.S.   LAHORE RECOLLECTED. £45.00    
      An Album.   236pp. 4to. Index. In pictorial boards. Illustrated in colour and b/w. Many maps and archive photographs.   Fine.   2003 First edition, Sang-e-Meel, Lahore.
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    Alexander, Michael and Anand, Sushila.   QUEEN VICTORIA'S MAHARAJAH. £21.00    
      Duleep Singh 1838-93.   326pp. 29 b/w illustrations. References. Index.   Very good in very good dw.   1980 First edition, Weidenfeld & Nicolson.
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    Alexander, Michael and Anand, Sushila.   QUEEN VICTORIA'S MAHARAJAH. £12.00    
      Duleep Singh 1838-93.   326pp. 29 b/w illustrations. References. Index.   Very good.   1980 First edition, Weidenfeld & Nicolson.
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    Ali, Shahamat.   THE SIKHS AND AFGHANS IN CONNECTION WITH INDIA AND PERSIA IMMEDIATELY BEFORE AND AFTER THE DEATH OF RANJEET SINGH. £5.00    
      from the Journal of an Expedition to Kabul through the Panjab and Khaibar Pass.   550pp. Card covers. Facsimile edition of 1847 original.   Very good but some highlighting and notes in ink to the preface and first few pages.   2005 Elibron Classics.
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    Allen, Charles.   SOLDIER SAHIBS. £14.00    
      The Men who Made the North-West Frontier.   368pp. Index. 23 photographs and 2 maps.   Owner's bookplate and address label. Otherwise fine in fine dw.   2000 First edition, John Murray.
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    Anglesey, Marquess of (edits).   SERGEANT PEARMAN'S MEMOIRS. £14.00    
         159pp. Index. 6 maps and 29 b/w illustrations. Account of his service in India from 1845-1853 including the First and Second Sikh Wars.   Very good indeed.   1968 First edition, Cape.
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    Archer, W.G.   PAINTINGS OF THE SIKHS. £40.00    
         284pp. Index. Colour frontispiece and 112 illustrations in black and white. Victoria and Albert Museum monograph.   Very good indeed in slightly chipped dw.   1966 First editon, HMSO.
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    Arnold, W.D.   OAKFIELD £10.00    
      or Fellowship in the East.   298pp + 39pp introduction by Kenneth Allott. Novel set in the Sikh wars by son of Thomas Arnold revolted by Anglo-Indian life. Ex-college library.   Very good in very good dw.   1973 reissue of 1854 original.
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    Ballantyne, Tony (edits).   TEXTURES OF THE SIKH PAST. £13.00    
      New Historical Perspectives.   328pp. 11 essays on aspects of Sikh life and history.   Fine in fine dw.   2007 First edition, Oxford University Press, New Delhi.
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    Bancroft, N.W.   FROM RECRUIT TO STAFF SERGEANT. £10.00    
         134pp. With a long introduction by B.P.Hughes. Reprint of soldier's memoirs first published in Simla in 1885. Service in the Bengal Horse Artillery with accounts of the battles of the Sikh Wars.   Very good indeed in very good dw.   1979 First thus, Ian Henry.
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    Brown, Kerry (edits).   SIKH ART AND LITERATURE. £12.00    
         217pp. Index. 42 illustrations in colour, 93 in b/w. Card covers.   Fine.   1999 Routledge.
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    Campbell, Christy.   THE MAHARAJAH'S BOX. £5.00    
      An Imperial Story of Conspiracy, Love and a Guru's Prophecy.   474pp. Index. 37 b/w illustrations. The elaborate contest between Maharajah Duleep Singh and the British Secret Service reconstructed in great detail.   Fine in fine dw.   2000 First edition, Harper Collins.
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    Cannon, Richard.   HISTORICAL RECORD OF THE THIRTY-FIRST, OR THE HUNTINGDONSHIRE REGIMENT OF FOOT £160.00    
      containting an account of the formation of the regiment in 1702 and of its subsequent services to 1850 to which is appended an Account of the Service of the Marine Corps from 1664-1748.   213 + 56pp. 7 full-page plates in colour, 1 of uniforms, 3 of standards, 2 of battles (Ferozshah and Subraon) and 1 of a fire at sea on the East-Indiaman 'Kent'. In the original red cloth.   Very good indeed internally. Plates fine. Some fraying to spine cloth but binding firm.   1850 First edition, Parker, Furnivall & Parker.
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    Cole, W.Owen.   THE SIKHS. £12.00    
      Their Religious Beliefs and Practices.   210pp. Index.   Fine in fine dw.   1978 First edition, Vikas, New Delhi.
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    Colvin, Ian.   THE LIFE OF GENERAL DYER. £14.00    
         345pp. Index. 18pp new preface. 2 maps including a large folding map of Amritsar.   Very good. Spine lettering faded.   1931 New edition, Blackwood.
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    Cunningham, Joseph Davey.   A HISTORY OF THE SIKHS £22.00    
      from the Origin of the Nation to the Battles of the Sutlej.   402pp. Index. Folding map in colour. Introduction and biographical note on the author. Edited H.L.O.Garrett.   Very good in very good dw.   1981 facsimile reprint New Delhi.
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    Cunningham, Joseph Davey.   A HISTORY OF THE SIKHS £18.00    
      from the Origin of the Nation to the Battles of the Sutlej.   402pp. Index. Introduction and biographical note on the author. Edited H.L.O.Garrett.   Very good in very good dw.   1966 facsimile reprint, Chand, New Delhi.
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    Dalijeet, Dr.   THE SIKH HERITAGE. £12.00    
      A Search for Totality.   164pp. 4to. Colour illustration of Sikh art.   Fine in fine dw.   2005 First edition, Prakash Books, New Delhi.
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    Draper, Alfred.   AMRITSAR. £13.00    
      The Massacre that Ended the Raj.   301pp. Index. 17 b/w photographs.   Fine in near-fine dw.   1981 First edition, Cassell.
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    Eden, Emily.   UP THE COUNTRY. £5.00    
         410pp. Paperback. New introduction by Elizabeth Claridge. Notes. Lively letters from the Governor-General's sister 1837 -1840. A visit to the Lahore of Ranjit Singh.   Fine.   1997 Virago.
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    Eden, Emily.   UP THE COUNTRY. £125.00    
      Letters Written to her Sister from the Upper Provinces of India.   In 2 vols. 302 and 263pp + publisher's catalogue. Lively letters from the Governor-General's sister 1837 -1840. A visit to the Lahore of Ranjit Singh. In the original red cloth.   Very good. Armorial bookplates. A little wear to extremities.   1866 Third edition, Richard Bentley.
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    Eden, the Hon. Emily.   UP THE COUNTRY. £40.00    
      Letters written to her Sister from the Upper Provinces of India. Volume I.   1 vol only (of 2). 302pp. In the original red cloth.   A little wear to head and tail of spine. Some spotting to early pages.   1866 Second edition, Richard Bentley.
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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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    Featherstone, Donald F.   ALL FOR A SHILLING A DAY. £15.00    
         208pp. Index. 9 illustrations and 2 maps. An account of the lives of British soldiers fighting in the Sikh Wars.   Owner's bookplate and address label. Otherwise very good in very good dw.   1966 First edition, Jarrolds.
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    Featherstone, Donald F.   ALL FOR A SHILLING A DAY. £12.00    
         208pp. Index. 9 illustrations and 2 maps. An account of the lives of British soldiers fighting in the Sikh Wars.   Very good in rubbed and worn dw.   1966 First edition, Jarrolds.
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    Featherstone, Donald.   AT THEM WITH THE BAYONET! £24.00    
      The First Sikh War.   197pp. Index. 11 b/w illustrations. Maps on endpapers and 6 battle plans in the text. A detailed study of the Sutlej Campaign of 1845-46.   Fine in near-fine dustwrapper.   1968 First edition, Jarrolds.
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    Featherstone, Donald.   VICTORIAN COLONIAL WARFARE. £5.00    
      India, from the Conquest of Sind to the Indian Mutiny.   158pp. Index. 4to. Paperback edition. Includes detailed accounts of the campaigns of the 1840s, including the Sikh Wars. Illustrated from contemporary sources in black and white.   Fine.   1994 Cassell
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    Featherstone, Donald.   VICTORIAN COLONIAL WARFARE. £10.00    
      India, from the conquest of Sind to the Indian Mutiny.   158pp. Index. 4to. Much on the Sikh Wars. Profusely illustrated from contemporary sources. Card covers.   Fine.   1992 Cassell.
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    Featherstone, Donald.   AT THEM WITH THE BAYONET! £19.00    
      The First Sikh War.   197pp. Index. 11 b/w illustrations. Maps on endpapers and 6 battle plans in the text. A detailed study of the Sutlej Campaign of 1845-46.   Near-fine in fine dw. Spine of dw faded.   1968 First edition, Jarrolds.
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    Featherstone, Donald.   VICTORIAN COLONIAL WARFARE. £12.00    
      India, from the conquest of Sind to the Indian Mutiny.   158pp. Index. 4to. Much on the Sikh Wars. Profusely illustrated from contemporary sources.   Fine.   1992 First edition, Cassell.
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    Fraser, George Macdonald.   FLASHMAN AND THE MOUNTAIN OF LIGHT. £14.00    
         367pp. Simla and the Punjab during the Sikh Wars.   Fine in fine dw.   1990 First edition, Collins.
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    Grewal, J.S.   THE SIKHS OF THE PUNJAB. £28.00    
         264pp. Index. The New Cambridge History of India.   Fine in fine dw.   1990 First edition, Cambridge University Press.
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    Grewal, J.S.   THE SIKHS OF THE PUNJAB. £15.00    
         264pp. Index. The New Cambridge History of India.   Very good in very good dustwrapper. Ex-public library copy with laminated wrapper,   1990 First edition, Cambridge University Press.
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    Guy, Alan J. et al (edit).   MILITARY MISCELLANY. £22.00    
      Manuscripts from the Seven Years War, The First and Second Sikh Wars and the First World War.   449pp. Index. Includes 94pp of Daniel George Robinson, Letters from India, 1845-1849. He was an officer in the Bengal Engineers who served in the Sikh Wars.   Fine in fine dw.   1997 First Sutton Publishing for the Army Records Society.
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    Hewlett, S.S.   NONE OF SELF AND ALL OF THEE. £10.00    
         266pp. 14 tissue-guarded b/w photographs. In the original red decorated cloth. Tale of Christian conversion set in Amritsar.   Very good indeed.   No date (preface dated 1888), Third edition, James Nisbet.
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    Jacquemont, Victor.   LETTERS FROM INDIA. 1829-1832. £31.00    
      Being a Selection from the Correspondence of Victor Jacquemont.   372pp. Index. Folding map. Translated with an introduction by Catherine Alison Phillips. Visits to the court of Ranjit Singh in Lahore.   Very good. Some marking to boards.   1936 First edition, Macmillan.
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    Jacquemont, Victor.   LETTERS FROM INDIA. 1829-1832. £13.00    
      Being a Selection from the Correspondence of Victor Jacquemont.   372pp. Index. Folding map. Translated with an introduction by Catherine Alison Phillips. Visits to the court of Ranjit Singh in Lahore. Ex-lending library.   Contens sound but boards and spine worn and rubbed.   1936 First Macmillan.
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    Jacquemont, Victor.   LETTERS FROM INDIA £750.00    
      Describing a Journey in the British Dominions of India, Tibet, Lahore and Cashmere 1828-1831.   In 2 vols. 409 and 377pp. Portrait frontispiece. Folding map. In early 19th century bindings with leather spine and corners. Minimal old library rubber stamp markings from the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland. Photographs on request.   Internally sound but spine and boards rubbed. Bindings holding well.   1834 First edition, Edward Churton.
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    Kapoor, Dr S.S.   THE SIKH RELIGION AND THE SIKH PEOPLE. £10.00    
         484pp.   Very good in very good dw. Bookplate.   1994 Second impression, Hemkunt Press, New Delhi.
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    Khullar, Rupinder (photographs).   ONE DAY AT THE GOLDEN TEMPLE. £10.00    
         80pp. 4to landscape.Many colour photographs taken on the day of Guru Nanak's birthday. Text by Asharani Mathur.   Fine in fine dw.   1997 First edition, Pictak Books, New Delhi.
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    Lall, Anand.   THE HOUSE AT ADAMPUR. £10.00    
      A Story of Modern India.   245pp. Rivalries in Punjab as independence approaches.   Very good indeed.   1957 Second printing, Knopf, New York.
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    Lawrence, Major H.M.L.   ADVENTURES OF AN OFFICER IN THE PUNJAUB. £342.00    
         In 2 vols. 287 and 262pp. In the original brown cloth blind-stamped with an image of Ranjit Singh on horseback. Engraved frontispieces. Lawrence, later to die in the siege of the Lucknow Residency, was Political Officer to the Court of Lahore. A fictional account of the life of a Sikh officer, Bellasis, at Ranjit Singh's court.   Rebacked some time ago in with the original cloth laid-on and with new endpapers. Corners bruised.   1846 Second edition, Henry Colburn.
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    Lloyd, Sarah.   AN INDIAN ATTACHMENT. £5.00    
         244pp. Two years living in Sikh communities.   Fine in fine dw.   1984 First edition, Harvill Press.
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    MacMunn, Lt.-Gen. Sir George.   THE MARTIAL RACES OF INDIA. £49.00    
         368pp. Index. 19 plates, mostly colour paintings of Indian soldiers by Major A.C.Lovett.   Very good in worn dw.   No date (1940s) Samson Low.
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    Mahajan, Jagmohan.   ANNEXATION OF THE PUNJAB. £18.00    
      A Historical Revision.   133pp. Index. How the British conspired to justify their annexation in 1849.   Fine in very good dw.   1990 Revised edition, Spantech, New Delhi.
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    Malleson, Colonel G.B.   THE DECISIVE BATTLES OF INDIA. £78.00    
      1746-1849.   462pp. Index. Second edition with additional chapter. Portrait fronispiece and 4 battle plans. Folding map in rear pocket. 103pp on the Sikh wars. Well restored with original red cloth laid on front and rear boards. New spine lettering.   Very good indeed.   1885 W.H.Allen.
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    Mann, Jasbir Singh and Singh, Kharak (edit).   RECENT RESEARCHES IN SIKHISM. £12.00    
         xxx + 394pp. 23 essays.   Very good in very good dw.   2002 Second edition, Punjabi University, Patiala.
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    Masson, Charles.   NARRATIVE OF VARIOUS JOURNEYS IN BALOCHISTAN, AFGHANISTAN AND THE PANJAB. £58.00    
      1826-1838.   In 3 volumes. 471, 464 and 496pp. Facsimile reprint of 1842 original.   Very good indeed in like dws.   1997 Munshiram Manohalal, New Delhi.
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    Masson, Charles.   NARRATIVE OF VARIOUS JOURNEYS IN BALOCHISTAN, AFGHANISTAN AND THE PANJAB. £79.00    
      1826-1838.   In 4 volumes. 471, 464, 496 and 463pp. Facsimile reprint of 1842 original.   Fine in fine dws. A lovely set usually found without the 4th volume which was issued later.   1997-2001 Munshiram Manoharlal, New Delhi.
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    Napier, Priscilla.   RAVEN CASTLE. £28.00    
      Charles Napier in India 1844-1851.   305pp. The Hill campaign of 1844-45 and the Sikh Wars.   Fine in fine dw.   1991 First edition, Michael Russell,Salisbury.
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    Natwar-Singh, K.   THE MAGNIFICENT MAHARAJAH. £14.00    
      The Life and Times of Maharajah Bhupindar Singh of Patalia 1891-1938.   317pp. Index. 18 monochrome photographs. Paperback edition.   Very good in very good dw. Owner's name.   1998 Second Impression, Harper Collins, India
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    Nayar, Baldev Raj.   MINORITY POLITICS IN THE PUNJAB. £22.00    
         373pp. Index. A study of the Akali Dal and Sikh movements since 1947.   Fine in very good dw.   1966 First edition, Princeton University Press.
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    Palit, Major-General D.K.   JAMMU AND KASHMIR ARMS. £31.00    
      History of the J & K Rifles.   305pp. Index. 6 maps and 26 b/w illustrations. A military history covering the Sikh empire, both world wars and partition campaigns in 1947 and 48.   Very good in worn dw.   1972 First edition, Palit & Dutt, Dehra Dun
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    Panikkar, K.M.   THE FOUNDING OF THE KASHMIR STATE. £21.00    
      A Biography of Maharajah Gulab Singh 1792-1858.   172pp. Index. Folding map.   Fine in very good dw.   1953 Second impression Allen and Unwin.
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    Rai, Raghu (photographs).   THE SIKHS. £49.00    
         144pp. 4to. 100pp of colour photograhs and a short text by Khushwant Singh.   Fine in fine dw.   1984 First edition, Lustre Press, Varanasi.
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    Ram, Rai Sahib Munshi.   WITH THE THREE MASTERS (VOL. 2 of 3). £10.00    
      Extracts from the private diary of the Secretary to the Three Masters. Volume II (1944-1948).   280pp. Index. The life of the great Sant Mat ashram on the Beas with many Sikh and western devotees.   Very good in very good dw.   1984 Third printing, Radha Soami Satsang Beas, Amritsar.
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    Roseberry, J.Royal.   IMPERIAL RULE IN PUNJAB 1818-1881. £16.00    
      The Conquest and Administration of Multan.   285pp. Index. A detailed study of the interaction of the British and local leadership in one city.   Fine in fine dw.   1987 First edition, Manohar Publications, New Delhi.
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    Rushby, Kevin.   CHASING THE MOUNTAIN OF LIGHT. £5.00    
      Across India on the Trail of the Koh-i-Noor Diamond.   272pp. Index. 2 maps.   Fine in fine dw.   1999 First edition, Constable.
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    Sandhawalia, Preminder Singh.   NOBLEMEN AND KINSMEN. £10.00    
      History of a Sikh Family.   108pp. Index. 4 illustrations.   Fine in fine dw.   1999 First edition, Munshiram Manoharlal, New Delhi.
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    Sheikh, Mohamed.   EMPEROR OF THE FIVE RIVERS. £15.00    
      The Life and Times of Maharaja Ranjit Singh.   226pp. Index. 31 iullustrations in colour.   Fine in fine dustwrapper.   2017 First edition, I.B.Tauris.
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    Singh, Amarinder.   LEST WE FORGET. £38.00    
         450pp. Index. 43 maps. Many b/w photographs. Very detailed accounts of the most heroic actions of the post-independence Indian Army, Sikh, Rajput, Kumaon, Jat and Patiala regiments, against Pakistani and Chinese forces. Much on regimental tradition and awards.   Fine in fine dw.   1999 First edition, Regiment of Ludhiana Welfare Association, Patiala
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    Singh, Bawa Satinder (edits).   MY INDIAN PEREGRINATIONS. £28.00    
      The Private Letters of Charles Stewart Hardinge 1844-1847.   232pp. Index. 17 b/w reproductions of drawings by C S Hardinge. 1 map. He went to India aged 21 as the private secretary to his father, Sir Henry Hardinge, the Governer-General. His letters include eye-witness accounts of the Sikh War and the Kashmir insurrection. His second son became Viceroy 1910-16.   Fine in fine dustwrapper.   2001 First edition, Texas Tech University Press, Lubbock.
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    Singh, Harbans.   NEHRU FAMILY AND THE SIKHS. £10.00    
         139pp. Index. 9 b/w plates.   2pp bound in the wrong place. Otherwise very good in very good dw.   1984 First edition, B.R.Publishing Co., Delhi.
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    Singh, Jogendra.   NASRIN. £75.00    
      An Indian Medley.   311pp. Frontispiece. The author was a scholar and statesman who wrote novels on Sikh themes and later was knighted, becoming the first Sikh member of the Viceroy's Council   Very good indeed. An outstanding copy. Attractive period bookplate.   1911 First edition, James Nisbet.
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    Singh, Khushwant.   A HISTORY OF THE SIKHS. £23.00    
      Volume 2, 1839-1964.   395pp. Index.   Near-fine in like dw.   1966 Princeton University Press.
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    Singh, Khushwant.   I SHALL NOT HEAR THE NIGHTINGALE. £31.00    
         243pp. The author's second novel, set in 1942-43 Punjab.   Fine in price-clipped dw with slight wear to edges.   1959 First edition, John Calder.
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    Singh, Khushwant.   THE SIKHS. £25.00    
         215pp. Index. Map. 11 b/w illustrations.   Very good indeed in very good dw.   1953 First edition, Allen and Unwin.
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    Singh, Khushwant.   A HISTORY OF THE SIKHS. £25.00    
      Volume 1, 1469-1839, Volume 2, 1839-1964.   In 2 vols. 419 and 411pp. Index. Card covers.   Very good indeed.   1978 Oxford University Press, Delhi.
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    Singh, Khushwant.   A HISTORY OF THE SIKHS. £34.00    
      Volume 1, 1469-1839, Volume 2, 1839-1964.   In 2 vols. 419 and 411pp. Index. Ex- library copies with minimal markings but labels removed and white spine marks.   Very good.   1965 and 1966, Vol 1 Second impression, Vol 2 First, Princeton University Press.
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    Singh, Khushwant.   RANJIT SINGH. £25.00    
      Maharajah of the Punjab 1780-1835.   237pp. Index. 7 illustrations and 2 maps.   Very good indeed in in very good dw.   1962 First edition, Allen & Unwin.
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    Singh, Khushwant.   I SHALL NOT HEAR THE NIGHTINGALE. £10.00    
         243pp. Card covers. Set in Amritsar during the 'Quit India' movement. The author's second novel.   Very good indeed.   1983 IBH Publishing Company, Bombay.
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    Singh, Marharaj Charan.   LIGHT ON SANT MAT. £5.00    
         376pp. Index. Collected letters and writings of the head of Radha Soami Satsang Beas. The ideas of Sant Mat from the great ashram on the Beas with many Sikh and western devotees.   Fine in fine dw.   1985 Reprint, Amritsar.
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    Singh, Patwant.   THE SIKHS. £5.00    
         312pp. Index. 12 b/w photographs. 7 maps. Full size paperback edition.   Fine.   1999 Murray.
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    Smyth, Major G. (edits).   A HISTORY OF THE REIGNING FAMILY OF LAHORE. £16.00    
         263pp + xl pp of appendices and index. Facsimile reprint of mid-19th century original.   Very good.   1987 Nirmal, New Delhi.
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    Smyth, Major G. (edits).   A HISTORY OF THE REIGNING FAMILY OF LAHORE. £10.00    
         279pp + xlix pp of appendices and index. Card covers. Facsimile reprint of mid-19th century original.   Fine.   1996 Sang-e-Meel, Lahore.
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    Smyth, Sir John.   MILESTONES. £16.00    
      A Memoir.   304pp. Index. 36 b/w photographs. Memoirs of General who won the VC in France in 1915, served in seven Indian frontier campaigns with the Sikhs, and commanded the 17th Indian Division at the Sittang Bridge disaster in Burma.   Fine in slightly chipped dustwrapper.   1979 First edition, Sidgwick & Jackson.
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    Stronge, Susan (edits).   THE ARTS OF THE SIKH KINGDOMS. £25.00    
         256pp. 4to. Catalogue and essays to accompany the 1999 exhibition at the V & A. 236 illustrations, mainly in colour.   Fine in fine dw.   1999 First edition, V & A.
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    Swinson, Arthur and Scott, Donald (edit).   THE MEMOIRS OF PRIVATE WATERFIELD. £12.00    
         188pp. Index. Diaries of a private in the infantry in India from 1846-1857. Fought in the Sikh wars.   Very good in very good dw with slight edge wear.   1968 First edition, Cassell.
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    Swinson, Arthur and Scott, Donald (edit).   THE MEMOIRS OF PRIVATE WATERFIELD. £5.00    
         188pp. Index. Diaries of a private in the infantry in India from 1846-1857. Fought in the Sikh wars.   Owner's bookplate and address label. Otherwise very good indeed.   1968 First edition, Cassell.
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    Trevaskis, Hugh Kennedy.   THE LAND OF THE FIVE RIVERS. £31.00    
      An Economic History of the Punjab from the Earliest Times to the Year of Grace 1890.   372pp. Index.   Very good in chipped dw.   1928 First edition, Oxford University Press.
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    Trevaskis, Hugh Kennedy.   THE LAND OF THE FIVE RIVERS. £25.00    
      An Economic History of the Punjab from the Earliest Times to the Year of Grace 1890.   372pp. Index.   Very good   1928 First, Oxford University Press.
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    Tully, Mark and Jacob, Satish.   AMRITSAR. £5.00    
      Mrs Gandhi's Last Battle.   238pp. Index. 22 b/w photographs.   Near-fine in fine dw. Paper darkening a little   1985 First edition, Cape.
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    von Orlich, Leopold.   TRAVELS IN INDIA INCLUDING SIND AND THE PUNJAB. £32.00    
         In 2 vols. 278 and 314pp. Index. Facsimile reprint of 1845 original. Translated from the Gerrman by H.Evans Lloyd. German officer travels to Sind, Lahore, Delhi, Agra, Lucknow in 1942-43.   Fine.   1998 Asian Educational Services, New Delhi.
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    Williams, Donovan and Potts, E.Daniel (edit).   ESSAYS IN INDIAN HISTORY £13.00    
      in Honour of C.C.Davies.   259pp. Index. Includes essays on 'Gladstone and India', General Sir Hugh Gough and the Punjab Campaign 1848-49', 'The Indian National Congress and the Muslims 1885-96' and 'Famine in India 1902'.   Fine in fine dw.   1973 First, Asia Publishing House.
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