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    Alexander, K.C.   AGRARIAN TENSION IN THANJAVUR. £10.00    
         192pp. Index. Study into conflicts between cultivators and labourers.   Very good in dw with loss to front panel.   1975 First edition, Hyderabad.
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    Anon (Venn, T.W.)   COCHIN - MALABAR. £65.00    
      Palms and Pageants.   249pp. 14 b/w photographs. Mass of detail on ships, merchants and society from 1795. 2 typed manuscripts on Kerala history loosely inserted   Very good in unletterd boards.   No date (c1950) privately printed by Pierce, Leslie & Co., Calicut..
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    Anon.   REPORT OF THE NEGAPATAM AND TRICHINOPOLY AUXILIARY OF THE WESLYAN MISSIONARY SOCIETY. £108.00    
         c400pp. Annual mission reports bound together with leather spine and corners.   A little slack and scuffed. Some contemporary notes on endpapers.   1886-1895, Trichinopoly and Madras.
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    Appadorai, A.   ECONOMIC CONDITIONS IN SOUTHERN INDIA (1000-1500AD). £49.00    
         In 2 vols. 892pp. Index. With the bookplates of Sir Atul Chatterjee. Museum library rubber stamp but no other library markings.   Very good. Front endpapers detached.   1936 First edition, University of Madras.
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    Archer, Mildred.   TIPPOO'S TIGER. £16.00    
         30pp with 22 black and white plates. Victoria and Albert Museum Monograph. Card covers.   Very good indeed.   1959 First edition, HMSO.
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    Armstead, Christopher.   PRINCELY PAGEANT. £14.00    
      One time Mint Master, Superintendent of Stamps, Chief Electrical Engineer, Director of State Workshops, Warden of Weights and Measures and Currency Officer to His Exalted Highness The Nizam of Hyderabad and Berar.   248pp. Index. 32 b/w photographs and a map.   Fine in fine dw.   1987 First edition, Thomas Harmsworth.
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    Ayyar, K.V.Krishna.   A SHORT HISTORY OF KERALA. £16.00    
         217pp. Card covers in dustwrapper.   Very good.   1966 First edition, Pai & Company, Ernakulam.
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    Badami, Anita Rau.   THE HERO'S WALK. £10.00    
         359pp. Hero runs decaying family house in south India, his daughter is killed in Vancouver and her daughter returns to the family.   Fine in fine dw.   2001 First, Bloomsbury.
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    Barrett, Douglas.   PAINTING OF THE DECCAN, XVI-XVII Century. £16.00    
         24pp. 4to. Card covers. 10 colour plates tipped in. Faber Gallery of Oriental Art.   Fine.   1958 First edition, Faber & Faber.
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    Barrett, Douglas.   SCULPTURES FROM AMARAVATI IN THE BRITISH MUSEUM. £27.00    
         75pp. 4to. 48 plates of b/w photographs. Study of Buddhist stupa in South India.   Fine in very good dw.   1954 First edition, The British Museum.
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    Beals, Alan R.   GOPALPUR. £5.00    
      A South Indian Village   100pp Card covers. 4 b/w photographs.   Very good. Owner's name (deleted).   1966 Holt, Rinehart & Winston, New York.
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    Bhagat, K.P.   THE KERALA MID-TERM ELECTION OF 1960. £5.00    
      The Communist Party's Conquest of New Positions   208 + xxviii pp. Index. Ex-university library   Slack but otherwise very good.   1962 First edition, Popular Book Depot, Bombay.
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    Bouton, Marshall M.   AGRARIAN RADICALISM IN SOUTH INDIA. £16.00    
         327pp. Index. Focus on the district of Thanjavur in Tamil Nadu from 1940-1972.   Fine in fine dw.   1985 First Princeton University Press.
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    Cadell, Sir Patrick (edits).   THE LETTERS OF PHILIP MEADOWS TAYLOR TO HENRY REEVE. £28.00    
         340pp Index. Folding map. Portrait frontispiece. 22pp introduction. Notes on each letter. In India 1824-1860. Military service with the Nizam of Hyderabad. Later resident to the state of Shorapur (Hyderabad). Letters from the novelist to his cousin in England. Presentation copy signed by the editor.   Very good indeed.   1947 First edition, Oxford University Press.
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    Caldwell, Rev.R.   LECTURES ON THE TINNEVELLY MISSIONS £35.00    
      Descriptive of the Field, the Work and the Results with an introductory lecture on the State of Christianity in India.   134pp. In the original blue cloth. From a college library with rubber stamp mark on the title page and label removed fron front paste down. The author was a highly respected missionary whose statue still stands in Madras and who was the first to identify the Dravidian group of languages.   Very good.   1857 Bell & Daldry.
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    Croker, B.M.   THE COMPANY SERVANT. £10.00    
      A Romance of Southern India.   320pp.   Owner's bookplate and address label. Otherwise very good.   No date Hurst & Blackett.
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    Croker, B.M.   THE COMPANY SERVANT. £16.00    
      A Romance of Southern India.   320pp.   Spine cloth faded and paper darkening but a sound copy.   No date, 62nd thousand, Hurst & Blackett.
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    Dalrymple, William.   WHITE MUGHALS. £12.00    
      Love and Betrayal in Eighteenth-Century India.   580pp. Index. Illustrations in colour and b/w.   Fine in fine dustwrapper.   2002 First edition, Harper Collins.
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    Dalrymple, William.   WHITE MUGHALS. £10.00    
      Love and Betrayal in Eighteenth-Century India.   580pp. Index. Illustrations in colour and b/w.   Inscription. Personal index inserted at end. Otherwise fine in fine dw.   2002 Reprint, Harper Collins.
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    Dodwell, H. (edits)   THE PRIVATE DIARY OF ANANDA RANGA PILLAI, Dubash to Joseph Francois Dupleix, Governor of Pondichery, from 1736 to 1761. £750.00    
      Volumes 7-11: April 1750 - Dec 1759   465, 478, 443, 428 and 488pp. Index to each volume. In the original standard green cloth. 'Translated from the Tamil by order of the Government of Madras'.   Very good. An excellent set. A little spotty colour loss to Vol VII.   1919-1927 Government Press, Madras.
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    Dykes, James William Ballantyne.   SALEM, AN INDIAN COLLECTORATE. £160.00    
         495pp. Very scarce account of British administration in South India. Recased with the original brown boards and a new cloth spine.   Very good.   1853 First edition, W.H.Allen.
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    Epstein, T Scarlett.   ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND SOCIAL CHANGE IN SOUTH INDIA. £12.00    
         353pp. Index.   Very good indeed in very good dw. Owner's name.   1962 First edition, University of Manchester Press.
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    Feldbaek, Ole.   THE DEVELOPMENT OF AN INDO-EUROPEAN TOWN IN MUGHAL INDIA: TRANQUEBAR IN THE 17TH AND 18TH CENTURY. £10.00    
         14pp. Card-covered stapled booklet. 4 plans.   Some annotation in pencil.   1981 School of Oriental and African Studies.
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    Frere, M.   OLD DECCAN DAYS £22.00    
      or, Hindoo Fairy Legends Current in Southern India.   300pp. Introduction by Sir Bartle Frere and illustrations by C F Frere.   Binding shaken and fading boards.   1870 Second Edition, Murray.
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    Frere, M.   OLD DECCAN DAYS £25.00    
      or, Hindoo Fairy Legends Current in Southern India.   300pp. Introduction by Sir Bartle Frere and illustrations by C F Frere. In 19th century binding with leather spine and corners.   Front hinge weak.   1870 Second Edition, Murray.
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    Frere, M.   OLD DECCAN DAYS £35.00    
      or, Hindoo Fairy Legends Current in Southern India.   300pp. Introduction by Sir Bartle Frere and illustrations by C F Frere. 4 plates in colour. In the original burgundy boards, now faded.   Spine and corners a little rubbed and worn but a sound copy.   1868 First edition, John Murray.
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    Frere, M.   OLD DECCAN DAYS £15.00    
      or, Hindoo Fairy Legends Current in Southern India.   300pp. Introduction by Sir Bartle Frere and illustrations by C F Frere. 4 plates in colour. Tightly recased in the original brown cloth   Boards in good condition but spine cloth faded and cracked.   1868 First Edition, John Murray.
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    Frere, Mary.   OLD DECCAN DAYS £13.00    
      or Hindu Fairy Legends current in Southern India. Collected from Oral Tradition.   Indian traditional stories collected and annotated. Introduction by Sir Bartle Frere. 224pp.   Boards rubbed and binding slack.   1889 Fourth edition revised, John Murray.
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    Gollings, John (photographs).   CITY OF VICTORY. £25.00    
      Vijayanagara, the Medieval Capital of Southern India.   118pp. Index. 4to. Superb b/w photographs with long essay and detailed plans and descriptions of the buildings.   Fine in fine dw.   1991 First edition, Aperture, New York.
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    Government of Madras.   GAZETTEER OF THE NELLORE DISTRICT BROUGHT UP TO 1938. £45.00    
      A Volume.   378pp.   Very good indeed in the original cloth.   1942 Government Press, Madras.
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    Hall, Maurice.   WINDOW ON GOA. £14.00    
      A History and Guide.   214 double-column pp. 13 maps. Many colour illustrations. Index.   Fine in fine dw.   1992 First edition, Quiller Press.
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    Harding, Georgina.   TRANQUEBAR. £10.00    
      A Season in South India.   205pp. Tranquebar is a former Danish settlement on the Coromandel coast where the author spent a winter.   Fine in fine dw.   1993 First edition, Hodder.
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    Hatch, W.J.   THE LAND PIRATES OF INDIA. £55.00    
      An Account of the Kuravers a Remarkable Tribe of Hereditary Criminals their extraordinary skill as Thieves cattle-lifters and Highwaymen and their manners and customs.   272pp. Index and folding map. 23 plates. Study of the South Indian caste.   Very good indeed. Armorial bookplate.   1928 First edition, Seeley Service.
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    Hill, S.C.   YUSUF KHAN. £32.00    
      The Rebel Commander.   320pp. Index. 7 maps and plans. Fighting for the English in 18th century South India and then hanged by them.   A little grubby but otherwise very good.   1914 First edition, Longmans Green.
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    Hiney, Tom.   ON THE MISSIONARY TRAIL. £10.00    
      The Classic Georgian Adventure of Two Englishmen Sent on a Journey Around the World, 1821-29.   367pp. Index. 20 illustrations and 6 maps. A deputation from the 'London Missionary Society'. Long chapter on visits to the missions in Bengal and South India.   Fine in fine dw.   2000 First edition, Chatto & Windus.
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    Hudson, D.Dennis.   PROTESTANT ORIGINS IN INDIA. £13.00    
      Tamil Evangelical Christians, 1706-1835.   220pp. Index.   Fine in fine dw.   2000 First edition, The Curzon Press.
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    Hyland, Paul.   INDIAN BALM. £12.00    
      Travels in the Southern Subcontinent.   288pp. Index. 33 b/w photographs. The Godaveri and Krishna deltas and following the Godaveri upstream through the Eastern Ghats.   Fine in fine dw.   1994 First edition, Harper Collins.
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    Indian Railways.   PLACES OF INTEREST ON SOUTHERN RAILWAYS. £12.00    
         80pp. Paper wrappers. Gazetteer of places in South India with smudgy b/w photographs and an index relating each to rail connections, with stations and distances, 'Hints to Passengers regarding Transport, Waiting Rooms and Retiring Rooms facilities'.   A little edge-rubbed but holding together well.   No date (1950s?) Madras.
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    Innes, C.A.   MALABAR AND ANJENGO. £85.00    
      Madras District Gazetteers.   xvi + 524pp. Index. Folding map in colour in front pocket. Edited by F.B.Evans. Rebound in India with leather spine and corners. Rubber stamp mark of Pearce, Leslie & Co..   Very good. Map a little worn.   1915 Government Press, Madras.
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    Irvine, Wm. C. Et al (edit).   INDIAN REALITIES. £12.00    
      Stories and Surveys of Missionary Enterprise in India...   210pp. Folding map and folding table. Photographs in b/w.   Some foxing throughout. Otherwise very good.   No date (1930s?), Pickering and Inglis.
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    Isaac, John and Jeannette.   COORG. £14.00    
      The Land of the Kodavas.   114pp. Landscape. Short text and 97 excellent colour photographs. Map. Printed in Singapore.   Fine apart from owner's name.   1995 First edition, BCK Plantations, Coorg.
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    Jeffery, Mary Pauline.   IDA S. SCUDDER OF VELLORE. £18.00    
         138pp. 28pp of b/w photographs.   Very good. Front endpaper removed.   No date (1939), Wesley Press, Mysore.
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    Jeffery, Pauline.   IDA S. SCUDDER OF VELLORE. £13.00    
         226pp. Many b/w photographs.   Very good.   No date, Wesley Press, Mysore.
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    Jones, Clifford R. and Betty True.   KATHAKALI. £12.00    
      An Introduction to the Dance Drama of Kerala.   116pp. Card covers. Photographs in b/w.   Very good. Owner's name.   1970 First edition, American Society for Eastern Arts.
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    Jones, E.M.   POEMS OF SOUTH INDIA. £18.00    
         47pp. Illustrated with 14 watercolours by P.J.Crowle. Written on the wrapper and the title page 'Ethel Margaret Jones, nee Taylor'.   Very good indeed in chipped dw.   No date (1930s?) Madras.
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    Khullar, Rupinder (photographs).   THE SPLENDOUR OF SOUTH INDIA. £10.00    
         112pp. 4to. Short text by S.Muthiah. 120 colour photographs.   Fine in fine dw.   1992 First edition, UBSPD New Delhi.
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    Koder, S.S.   KERALA AND HER JEWS. £35.00    
      A Paper Read by Mr.S.S.Koder before the Kerala History Convention on 18-5-1965   8pp. Stapled booklet. Light card wrappers. Printed on light green paper.   Staples rusting but otherwise very good indeed   1965 privately published.
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    Kutty, Madhavan.   THE VILLAGE BEFORE TIME. £10.00    
         180pp. Card covers. Novel set in Kerala and translated from the Malayalam.   Fine.   2000 India Ink, New Delhi.
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    Labernadie, Marguerite V.   LA REVOLUTION ET LES ETABLISSMENTS FRANCAIS DANS L'INDE 1790-1793. £76.00    
         343pp + 30pp appendices. Bound with cloth boards and leather spine. Text in French.   Very good indeed.   1930 Bibliotheque Coloniale, Pondichery and Ernest Leroux, Paris.
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    Lawson, Sir Charles.   MEMORIES OF MADRAS. £35.00    
         313pp. Index. 33 illustrations. Eighteenth and early nineteenth century people and events. Indian rebinding.   Internally sound but spine rubbed.   1905 First edition, Sonnenschein.
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    Leonard, Karen Isaksen.   SOCIAL HISTORY OF AN INDIAN CASTE. £25.00    
      The Kayasths of Hyderabad.   353pp. Index.      1978 First edition, University of California Press
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    Lloyd, Barbara (photographs).   THE COLOURS OF SOUTHERN INDIA. £13.00    
         160pp. Card covers. 145 colour photographs.   Fine.   1999 Thames & Hudson.
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    Logan, W.   MALABAR. £75.00    
         In 2 vols. 759pp and volume of appendices. 14 folding maps and index in Vol 1. In the original, now faded, blue cloth. First published in 1887.   Very good apart from a few stains and slight worm marks on the boards.   1951 Reprint, Government Press, Madras.
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    Logan, W.   MALABAR. £125.00    
         In 3 vols. 759pp and 2 volumes of appendices.14 folding maps and index in Vol 1. In the original, now faded, blue cloth. The third volume is 'A collection of Treaties, Engagements and other papers of importance'. First published in 1887.   Very good apart from a few stains and slight worm marks on the boards.   1951 Reprint, Government Press, Madras.
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    Longhurst, A.H.   HAMPI RUINS. £49.00    
      Described and Illustrated.   144pp. 69 b/w photographs. Folding map.   Very good. Inscription dated 1917. An excellent copy.   1917 First edition, Government Press, Madras.
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    Loti, Pierre.   INDIA. £5.00    
         283pp. Translated from the French. Long chapter on Travancore. Ex-college library with spine label.   Very good.   1929 Sixth edition, Werner Lawrie.
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    Lovatt, Heather and de Jong, Peter.   ABOVE THE HERON'S POOL. £6.00    
      A Short History of the Peermade/Vandiperiyar District of Travancore .   166pp. Card covers. Includes extracts from the registers of Baptisms, Marriages and Burials. The story of a missionary family and planter community.   Fine.   1993 First edition, BACSA.
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    Luther, Narendra.   HYDERABAD. £22.00    
      A Biography.   423pp. 14 b/w illustrations. Index.   Fine in pictorial boards.   2006 Oxford University Press, New Delhi.
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    Luther, Narendra.   HYDERABAD. £22.00    
      Memoirs of a City.   431pp. Index.   Very good in very good dw.   1995 First edition, Sangam Books.
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    Map.   INDIA (SOUTH SHEET); BURMA AND STRAITS SETTLEMENTS. £28.00    
         Mounted on cloth in cloth covers with tie fastening. 65 x 55cms. Plans of Bombay and Madras in lower margin. Colour printed showing Headquarters or Chief towns of districts.   Very good.   No date (1930s?) George Philip and Son Ltd.
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    Massie, J.W.   CONTINENTAL INDIA. £30.00    
      Travelling Sketches and Historical Recollection.   Volume 2 (of 2) only. Bound in later plain red cloth. Public school library bookplate. This volume describes travels visiting missions in South India.   Very good.   1840 Thomas Ward & Co.
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    Menefee, Selden.   THE PAIS OF MANIPAL. £13.00    
         249pp. Index Photographs in b/w. Family biography of South Indian doctor, philanthropist and medical educator.   Fine in near-fine dw.   1969 First edition, Asia Publishing House.
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    Michaud, J.   HISTORY OF MYSORE UNDER HYDER ALI AND TIPPOO SULTAN. £14.00    
         196pp + 58pp, appendices. Smudgy reprint of 1926 English translation of 1801-9 French original.   Very good. Owner's name.   1985 Asian educational Services, New Delhi.
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    Mitchell, Mrs Murray.   IN SOUTHERN INDIA. £40.00    
      A Visit to some of the chief Mission Stations in the Madras Presidency   383pp. Index. Folding map. Engraved illustrations. In original decorated boards.   Front hinge weak but otherwise a nice copy.   1885 First edition, Religious Tract Society
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    Mokashi, D.B.   PALKHI. £10.00    
      An Indian Pilgrimage.   291pp. Index. Card covers. 8 colour photographs and a map. A vivid account of the Warkan pilgrimage from Alandi to Pandharpur on foot. Translated from the Marathi.   Fine.   1987, State University of New York.
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    Morris, Brian.   FOREST TRADERS. £10.00    
      A Socio-Economic Study of the Hill Pandaram.   219pp. Index. Study of Kerala hunter-gatherers.   Very good indeed in like dustwrapper.   1982 First edition, The Athlone Press.
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    Murphy, Dervla.   ON A SHOESTRING TO COORG. £5.00    
      An Experience of Southern India.   261pp. Index. Map.   Very good indeed. Spine a little faded.   1976 First edition, Murray.
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    Murphy, Dervla.   ON A SHOESTRING TO COORG. £10.00    
      An Experience of Southern India.   261pp. Index. Map.   Very good in very good dw.   1976 First edition, John Murray.
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    Murray, John (publishes).   MURRAY'S HANDBOOK OF THE MADRAS PRESIDENCY with a notice of the Overland Route to India. £216.00    
         415pp. Index. Folding map (repaired at the creases) in rear pocket. 1 other folding map in text. In the original soft edged red boards. Original owner's bookplate. Presented by him to Chelsea Public Libraries in 1906 with their embossed stamp on front board.   Hinges slack and damage to rear endpapers. A sound copy of a scarce item.   1879 Second edition.
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    Mysore State Government.   OFFICIAL HANDBOOK AND GUIDE TO THE MYSORE DASARA EXHIBITION. £31.00    
      7th - 20th October 1929.   71pp + 40pp of contemporary advertising. Photographs in b/w. The programme contains chapters on the Mysore State and its chief agriculture and industries. Stapled paper-covered booklet.   Very good. The coloured front cover is slightly frayed and creased and has one small library stamp.   1929 First, Mysore Government Press, Bangalore.
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    Nair, D.Appukuttan and Paniker, K. Ayyappa. (edit)   KATHAKALI: THE ART OF THE NON-WORLDLY. £24.00    
         203pp. 4to. Illustrated with many colour photographs.   Owner's name. Otherwise fine in fine dw.   1993 First edition, Marg Publications, Bombay.
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    Nair, G.Gopalan.   WYNAD. £16.00    
      Its People and Traditions.   164pp. Index. Facsimile reprint of 1911 original.   Fine.   2000 Asian Educational Services, New Delhi.
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    Nambiar, O.K.   THE KUNJALIS. £16.00    
      Admirals of Calicut.   155pp. Index. 11 illustrations and a map. 16th century battles with the Portuguese   Very good in very good dw.   1963 First UK edition, Asia Publishing House.
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    Nambiar, P.K.   CENSUS OF INDIA 1961. £45.00    
      Madras: Part V: C - Todas.   147pp. 4to. 2 maps, 61 tables, 38 photographs mainly in colour. A study of all aspects of Toda life and culture. Stiff card wrappers and unlettered cloth spine.   Very good indeed.   1965 Madras.
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    Nambiar, P.K.   CENSUS OF INDIA 1961. £45.00    
      Madras: Part V: B - Ethnographic Notes on the Scheduled Tribes.   268pp. 4to. Maps, Tables, drawings and photographs in b/w. Chapters on the life and culture of Muduvars, Kadars, Kanis or Kannikars, Mala Malasars, Paniyans, Palliyans and Mullu Kurumbars. Stiff card wrappers and unlettered cloth spine.   Very good indeed.   1964 Madras.
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    Nambiar, P.K. And Krishnamurthy, N.   CENSUS OF INDIA 1961. £55.00    
      Madras: Part XI: D - Temples of Madras State. 1. Chingleput District and Madras City.   278pp. 4to. 8 maps, plans 19 sketches and 284 photographs in b/w. Each temple located and described. Stiff card wrappers and unlettered cloth spine.   Very good indeed.   1965 Madras.
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    Nambiar, P.K. And Krishnamurthy, N.   CENSUS OF INDIA 1961. £25.00    
      Madras: Part I: A (i): General Report.   451pp. Index. 4to. 22 maps, 8 graphs and charts. Stiff card wrappers and unlettered cloth spine. Covers the whole of the former Madras State.   Very good indeed.   1966 Madras.
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    Nayeem, Dr.M.A.   THE SPLENDOUR OF HYDERABAD. £45.00    
         400pp. Index. 4to. Nearly 600 archive photographs, Further photographs in colour.   Very good indeed in like dustwrapper.   2002 First edition, Hyderabad Publishers.
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    Norris, Paul Byron.   FOLLOW MY BANGALOREY MAN. £10.00    
         171pp. 12 b/w illustrations and sketch map of Bangalore. Card covers. A Bangalore childhood covering the years 1923-39.   Very good.   1996 First edition, BACSA.
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    Pannikar, K.M.   MALABAR AND THE DUTCH £35.00    
      Being the History of the Fall of Nayar Power in Malabar.   188pp. Frontispiece map. Edition limited to 750 copies.   Boards and contents very good indeed but hinges expertly reinforced with tape and sellotape marks on endpapers.   1931 First edition, Taraporevala, Bombay
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    Pannikar, K.M.   MALABAR AND THE PORTUGUESE. £45.00    
      Being a History of the Relations of the Portuguese with Malabar from 1500 to 1663.   221pp. Frontispiece map. Edition limited to 1000 copies.   Very good indeed. Sellotape marks on endpapers.   1929 First edition, Taraporevala, Bombay
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    Panter-Downs, Mollie.   OOTY PRESERVED. £16.00    
      A Victorian Hill Station in India.   134pp. 13 b/w photographs.   Very good in rubbed and worn dw.   1968 Second impression, Hamish Hamilton.
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    Panter-Downs, Mollie.   OOTY PRESERVED. £24.00    
      A Victorian Hill Station in India.   134pp. 13 b/w photographs. Presentation copy inscribed and signed by the author on the front endpaper.   Fine in price-clipped dustwrapper. A lovely copy.   1967 First edition, Hamish Hamilton.
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    Parthasarathi, Prasannan.   THE TRANSITION TO A COLONIAL ECONOMY. £24.00    
      Weavers, Merchants and Kings in South India, 1720-1800.   165pp. Index. Arguing that poverty and low wages were the product of colonial rule.   Fine in fine dw apart from owner's name on endpaper   2001 First edition, Cambridge University Press.
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    Paul, F.V.N.   THE CROSS OVER COROMANDEL. £5.00    
      A Brief History of St Paul's Cathedral, Chennai.   78pp. Card covers. Lists of burials, bishops and trustees. Presentation copy inscribed by the author.   Fine.   2004 for the author, Chennai.
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    Penny, Mrs. Frank.   FORT ST. GEORGE, MADRAS. £58.00    
      A Short History of our First Possession in India.   244pp. Index. 22 b/w plates, mainly from the author's drawings.   Very good. Spine faded.   1900 First edition, Swan Sonnenschein
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    Price, Sir J.Frederick (edits and translates).   THE PRIVATE DIARY OF ANANDA RANGA PILLAI, Dubash to Joseph Francois Dupleix, Governor of Pondichery, from 1736 to 1761. £49.00    
      Volume 1: 1736 to 1746.   445pp. Index. Portrait frontispiece. In the original green cloth.   Some spotty colour loss to boards. Ex-library. Damage has been caused by removal of library label and rubber stamp marks. Frontispiece damaged. Contents otherwise sound.   1904 Government Press, Madras.
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    Rajan, K.V. Soundara.   TAMIL NADU AND KERALA. £21.00    
      The Art of South India.   218pp. Index. 18 figures (mainly plans and sections) and 50 b/w photographs.   Owner's name. Otherwise very good.   1978 First edition, Sundeep Prakashan, Delhi.
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    Raman, Afried.   BANGALORE MYSORE. £6.00    
      A Sangam Guide.   216pp. Small 8vo. Card covers. 59pp of excellent street maps in colour from the Survey of India. Index to maps.   Very good. Owner's name.   1994 First edition, Sangam Books.
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    Rao, C. Hayavadana (edits).   MYSORE GAZETTEER. £160.00    
         Complete in 5 volumes in 8 books. Vol 1: Descriptive 493pp; Vol 2: Historical (in 4 parts) , 3206pp; Vol 3: Economic, 436pp; Vol 4: Administrative, 800pp; Vol 5: Gazetteer, 1496pp. Index to each of the 5 vols. There is no map at the end of the last volume.   Internally sound and complete but bindings slack, boards marked, corners worn and some worm damage to 2 books affecting the covers most.   1927- 1930 New edition, Govermment Press, Bangalore.
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    Records of Fort St. George.   COUNTRY CORRESPONDENCE, MILITARY DEPARTMENT, 1754. £28.00    
         207pp. Foolscap. Original stiff card wrappers and unlettered cloth spine.   Very good.   1912 Goverment Press, Madras.
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    Records of Fort St. George.   DIARY AND CONSULTATION BOOK, MILITARY DEPARTMENT, 1756. £28.00    
         414pp. Foolscap. Original stiff card wrappers and unlettered cloth spine.   Very good.   1913 Goverment Press, Madras.
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    Records of Fort St. George.   COUNTRY CORRESPONDENCE, MILITARY DEPARTMENT, 1753. £28.00    
         207pp. Foolscap. Original stiff card wrappers and unlettered cloth spine.   Very good.   1911 Goverment Press, Madras.
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    Records of Fort St. George.   DIARY AND CONSULTATION BOOK, MILITARY DEPARTMENT, 1755. £28.00    
         243pp. Foolscap. Original stiff card wrappers and unlettered cloth spine.   Very good.   1912 Goverment Press, Madras.
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    Records of Fort St. George.   DIARY AND CONSULTATION BOOK, MILITARY DEPARTMENT, 1752. £28.00    
         106pp. Foolscap. Original stiff card wrappers and unlettered cloth spine.   Very good.   1910 Goverment Press, Madras.
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    Reid, D.M.   THE STORY OF FORT ST.GEORGE. £10.00    
         78pp. Plans in colour. Drawings.   Owner's bookplate and address label. Otherwise very good in repaired dw.   1945 Diocesan Press, Madras
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    Rice, Lewis.   MYSORE. £144.00    
      A Gazetteer Compiled for Government. Volume 2: Mysore by Districts.   581pp. Index. Volume 2 (of 3) only. 13 folding maps. Large folding map of Mysore State in rear pocket. 8 districts described each with a folding map in colour: Bangalore, Kolar, Tumkar, Mysore, Hassan, Kadur, Shimoga and Chitaldroog. Additional folding maps in colour of Bangalore City (22" x 25"), The Kolar Gold Fields, Mysore City and Seringapatam. Maps by John Bartholomew. In the original 19th century binding with black leather spine.   Very good. Map of Bangalore a little creased.   1897 Revised edition, Archibald Constable.
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    Roberts, Joe.   THREE-QUARTERS OF A FOOTPRINT. £10.00    
      Travels in South India.   283pp.   Fine in fine dw.   1994 First.
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    Robinson, Thomas.   THE LAST DAYS OF BISHOP HEBER. £40.00    
         355pp. Includes a journal of a journey (in 1825-26) through South India with the bishop. First printed in Madras.   Very good in later binding with unlettered spine.   1831 Third London edition, Robert Jennings & William Chapman London.
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    Sarabhai, Mallika (edits), Shah, Pankaj (photographs).   PERFORMING ARTS OF KERALA. £24.00    
         188pp. 4to. Many colour photographs, Presentation copy signed by the editor.   Fine in very slightly chipped dw.   1994 Mapin Publishing, Ahmedabad.
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    Sarkar, H.   MONUMENTS OF KERALA. £6.00    
         75pp stapled booklet. Card covers. 12 plates of b/w photographs, map and plans.   Very good. Owner's name.   1973 First edition, Archaeological Survey of India.
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    Sastri, K.A.Nilakanta.   A HISTORY OF SOUTH INDIA from Prehistoric Times to the Fall of Vijayanagar. £18.00    
         xiv +521pp. Index. 7 maps.   Very good.   1971 Oxford University Press, Bombay.
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    Sastri, K.N.Venkatasubba.   THE ADMINISTRATION OF MYSORE UNDER SIR MARK CUBBON (1834-1861). £38.00    
         322pp. Index.   Very good indeed in like dustwrapper. Some spotting to fore-edge.   1932 First edition, Allen & Unwin.
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    Sastri, Nilakanta.   A HISTORY OF SOUTH INDIA. £15.00    
      From Prehistoric Times to the Fall of Vijayanagar.   520pp. Index.   Very good   1966 Third edition, Oxford University Press, Madras.
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    Schwartz, C.F.   REMAINS OF THE REV.C.F.SCHWARTZ, Missionary in India. £55.00    
      Consisting of his Letters and Journals with a Sketch of his Life.   316pp. Eighteenth century mission in Tritchinapoly. Bound in black cloth with paper spine label.   Very good. Corners worn but binding firm. Bookplate of Baptist Mission House Library and library reference written on front endpaper. No other library marks.   1823 First edition, Hatchard and Son.
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    Shellim, Maurice.   THE DANIELLS IN INDIA and the Waterfall at Papanasam. £31.00    
         79pp. Large 8vo. Many black and white illustrations. Finding the sites of the Daniells' pictures in South India. Presentation copy inscribed by the author.   Very good in chipped dw.   1970 First edition, Calcutta.
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    Shields, Nancy K. (edits).   BIRDS OF PASSAGE. £12.00    
      Henrietta Clive's Travels in South India 1798-1801.   328pp. Index. Edited journals of the independent-minded wife of the Governor of Madras and her travels with her daughters.   Fine in fine dw.   2009 First edition, Eland.
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    Sivaramamurti, C.   MAHABALIPURAM. £5.00    
         39pp. Card covered stapled booklet. 8 b/w plates and a folding plan of the site.   Very good.   1955 Second edition, Archaeological Survey of India, New delhi.
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    Somasundaram, J.M.   THE GREAT TEMPLE AT TANJORE. £12.00    
         89pp. Index. 25 b/w illustrations.   Spine rubbed but otherwise very good.   1935 Solden & Co, Madras.
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    Speer, S.G. (edits).   UPASI 1893-1953. £45.00    
         452pp. A souvenir volume marking the diamond jubilee meeting of the United Planters' Association of Southern India. Accounts of work and play by many contributors. Well illustrated with paintings, drawings and photographs.   Very good in very good dustwrapper.   Privately published at Coonoor 1953.
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    Srinivas, M.N.   RELIGION AND SOCIETY AMONG THE COORGS OF SOUTH INDIA. £20.00    
         279pp. Index. 12 plates of b/w photographs.   Very good in chipped and darkening dw. Pencil notes in the text.   1952 First edition, At the Clarendon Press, Oxford.
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    Strickland, Rev W. and Marshall, T.W.M.   CATHOLIC MISSIONS IN SOUTHERN INDIA TO 1865. £57.00    
         24Opp. History of the Jesuit Madura Mission.   One private library rubber stamp mark. Otherwise very good.   1865 First edition, Longmans, Green.
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    Sundkler, Bengt.   CHURCH OF SOUTH INDIA. £10.00    
      The Movement towards Union 1900-1947.   457pp. Bibliography and index.   Very good in chipped dw. Boards a little bowed.   1954 First edition, Lutterworth Press.
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    Waghorne, Joanne Punzo.   THE RAJA'S MAGIC CLOTHES. £25.00    
      Re-Visioning Kingship and Divinity in England's India.   285pp. Index. A study of British imperialism and the small South Indian State of Pudukkotta from 1858-1947. Based on the Palace Records. 93 photographs in colour and b/w.   Fine in fine dw.   1994 First Pennsylvania State University Press.
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    Watson, Adam.   THE WAR OF THE GOLDSMITH'S DAUGHTER. £12.00    
         237pp. Index. 13 illustrations and 3 maps. 15th Century Moslem conquests in South India.   Fine in very good dw.   1964 First edition, Chatto & Windus.
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    Watson, Adam.   THE WAR OF THE GOLDSMITH'S DAUGHTER. £10.00    
         237pp. Index. 13 illustrations and 3 maps. 15th Century Moslem conquests in South India.   Fine   1964 First edition, Chatto & Windus.
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    Watson, Adam.   THE WAR OF THE GOLDSMITH'S DAUGHTER. £10.00    
         237pp. Index. 13 illustrations and 3 maps. 15th Century Moslem conquests in South India.   Very good in very good dw. Corner cut from front endpaper.   1964 First edition, Chatto & Windus.
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    Weeks, Stephen.   DECAYING SPLENDOURS. £10.00    
      Two Palaces: Reflections in an Indian Mirror.   104pp. Englishness in Ooty and Bangalore. Based on BBC talks. Many good photographs.    Fine in fine dw.   1979 First edition, BBC.
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    Weeks, Stephen.   DECAYING SPLENDOURS. £10.00    
      Two Palaces: Reflections in an Indian Mirror.   104pp. Englishness in Ooty and Bangalore. Based on BBC talks. Many good photographs.    Very good in very good dw. Inscription.   1979 First edition, BBC.
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    Weeks, Stephen.   DECAYING SPLENDOURS. £10.00    
      Two Palaces: Reflections in an Indian Mirror.   104pp. Englishness in Ooty and Bangalore. Based on BBC talks. Many good photographs.    Owner's bookplate and address label. Otherwise fine in fine dw.   1979 First edition, BBC.
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    White, Robin.   FOREIGN SOIL. £10.00    
      Tales of South India.   238pp. Short stories.   Slight bump to edge of front board and a few pages but otherwise very good.   1962 First US, Atheneum, New York.
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    White, Robin.   HOUSE OF MANY ROOMS. £10.00    
         191pp. American missionary family in South India.   Very good indeed in complete but darkening dw.   1960 First Bodley Head.
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    Wickremasinghe, Don M. De Zilva and Menon, T.N.   MALAYALAM SELF-TAUGHT. £25.00    
         136pp. In the original red cloth. With private library bookplate and rubber stamp mark.   Very good.   1927 First edition, Marlborough & Co..
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    Wilson, Dorothy Clarke.   CLIMB EVERY MOUNTAIN. £10.00    
      The Story of Granny Brand.   222pp. 16 b/w photographs. Missionary work in South India.   Very good in very good dw.   1976 First edition, Hodder & Stoughton.
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    Wood, Michael.   THE SMILE OF MURUGAN. £5.00    
         247pp. 53 annotated colour photographs. Travels through Tamil Nadu exploring temple and popular culture.   Fine in fine dw.   1995 First edition, Viking.
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    Woodcock, George.   KERALA. £16.00    
      A Portrait of the Malabar Coast.   323pp. Index. 41 b/w photographs.   Near-fine in like dw. An excellent copy.   1967 First edition, Faber.
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    Woodcock, George.   KERALA. £15.00    
      A Portrait of the Malabar Coast.   323pp. Index. 41 b/w photographs. Correspondence with the author about the book loosely inserted.   Very good in like dw. Owner's name.   1967 First edition, Faber.
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    Worswick, Clark (edits).   PRINCELY INDIA. £25.00    
         151pp. 4to landscape. 128 photographs by Raja Lala Deen Dayal, Court Photographer to the Nizam of Hyderabad 1884-1910.   Fine in fine dw.   1980 First edition, Hamish Hamilton.
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    Young, Gavin.   SLOW BOATS TO CHINA. £5.00    
         489pp. Endpaper maps. Includes chapters on sea routes round southern India.   Fine in very good dw.   1981 Reprint, Hutchinson.
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