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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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    Bennell, Anthony S. (edits).   THE MARATHA WAR PAPERS OF ARTHUR WELLESLEY. £25.00    
      January to December 1803.   458pp. Index.   Fine in fine dw.   1998 First edition, The Army Record Society.
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    Desai, W.S.   BOMBAY AND THE MARATHAS. £13.00    
      Up to 1774.   248pp. Index. Competition between the British and the Peshwa.   Very good in chipped dw.   1970 First New Delhi.
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    Gordon, Stewart.   THE MARATHAS 1600-1818. £16.00    
      The New Cambridge History of India.   202pp. Index. Card covers.   Fine.   2006 Cambridge University Press.
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    Gurwood, Lieut. Colonel.   THE DISPATCHES OF FIELD MARSHALL THE DUKE OF WELLINGTON during his various camapigns in India, Portugal, Spain, The Low Countries and France from 1799 to 1818. £45.00    
      Volume the Second.   Volume 2 only. 711pp. Covering events from June 1803 until January 1804, The camapaign of the Marhatta War, The Battle of Assye and the peace treaty. In 20th century binding with leather spine and marbled boards.   Very good indeed. Inscription (from 1985). Clean and tight with very light spotting.   1837 A new edition, John Murray.
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    Hart, Frank.   RAHATOR OF BOMBAY. £14.00    
      The Apostle to the Marathas.   189pp. Portrait frontispiece.   Very good.   1936 First edition, The Epworth Press.
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    Keene, H.G.   MADHAVA RAO SINDHIA £14.00    
      otherwise called Madhoji Patel.   207pp. Index. 'Rulers of India' series.   Very good. Inscription   1891 First edition, Clarendon Press, Oxford.
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    Kincaid, C.A.   ISHTUR PHAKDE. £25.00    
      A Gallant Englishman.   142pp. Items collected from 'The Times of India'. The title item concerns Colonel James Stewart, hero of the Maratha wars. 3 handwritten notes from 1915 and 1918 accepting honorary mess membership loosely inserted. Cut out photograph of Subedar Sitaram Bange pasted to front endpaper.   Very good.   1917 The Times Press, Bombay.
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    Majumdar, R.C.(edits).   THE MARATHA SUPREMACY. £31.00    
      The History and Culture of the Indian People. Volume Eight.   860pp. Index. Indian scholars on history from 1707-1818. Covers Moghul decline and the establishment of the British.   Very good indeed in near-fine dw.   1991 Reprint, Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, Bombay.
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    Nightingale, Pamela.   TRADE AND EMPIRE IN WESTERN INDIA 1784-1806. £16.00    
         264pp. Index. Argues that British expansion was more the result of commercial pressures than official policy.   Very good.   1970 First edition, Cambridge University Press.
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    Nightingale, Pamela.   TRADE AND EMPIRE IN WESTERN INDIA 1784-1806. £21.00    
         264pp. Index. Argues that British expansion was more the result of commercial pressures than official policy.   Fine in fine dw.   1970 First edition, Cambridge University Press.
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    Nightingale, Pamela.   TRADE AND EMPIRE IN WESTERN INDIA 1784-1806. £16.00    
         264pp. Index. Argues that British expansion was more the result of commercial pressures than official policy.   Fine in near-fine dw. Inscription.   1970 First edition, Cambridge University Press.
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    O'Hanlon, Rosalind.   CASTE, CONFLICT AND IDEOLOGY. £21.00    
      Mahatma Jotiroa Phule and low caste protest in nineteenth-century western India   326pp. Index.   Very good indeed in like dw with faded spine panel. Owner's name.   1985 First edition, Cambridge University Press.
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    Palsokar, Col.R.D.   BAJIRAO 1. £14.00    
      An Outstanding Cavalry General.   248pp. Index. Life of the second Peshwa, brilliant Maratha general.   Very good in chipped dw.   1995 First, Reliance, New Delhi.
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    Ranade, Mahadeo Govind.   RISE OF THE MARATHA POWER. £10.00    
         152pp. Index. First published 1900.   Fine in very good dw.   1961 Reprint, Publications Division Government of India.
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    Shipp, John.   MEMOIRS OF THE EXTRAORDINARY MILITARY CAREER OF JOHN SHIPP, £26.00    
      Late a Lieutenant in His Majesty's 87th Regiment.   386pp . Engraved frontispiece, 8 illustrations and a map. Introduction by H.Manners Chichester. Account of his service in the Maharatta and Gurkha wars. In the original red cloth.   An outstanding copy, Without fading or inscriptions.   1894 Second edition, Fisher Unwin.
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    Srinivasan, C.K.   BAJI RAO I: THE GREAT PESHWA. £22.00    
         152pp. Index. 18th century struggles for power in India.   Fine in fine dw.   1961 First edition, Asia Publishing House.
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    Takakhav, N.S.   THE LIFE OF SHIVAJI MAHARAJ, Founder of the Maratha Empire. £36.00    
         642pp. Adapted from the original Marathi work by K A.Keluskar.   Spine cloth starting to crumble but binding firm and internally very good.   1921 Manoranjan Press, Bombay.
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    Thompson, Edward.   THE MAKING OF THE INDIAN PRINCES. £10.00    
         304pp. Index. A study of emerging British ascendency in the early 19th century. Mainly concerns Central India, the Marathas and the Peshwa. Ex-public library copy in the original red cloth.   Very good.   1943 First edition, Oxford University Press.
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    Thompson, Edward.   THE MAKING OF THE INDIAN PRINCES. £15.00    
         304pp. Index. A study of emerging British ascendency in the early 19th century. Mainly concerns Central India, the Marathas and the Peshwa. In the original red cloth.   Very good.   1943 First edition, Oxford University Press.
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    Wink, Andre.   LAND AND SOVEREIGNTY IN INDIA. £10.00    
      Agrarian Society and Politics under the Eighteenth Century Maratha Svarajya.   417pp. Index. Card covers.   Very good indeed.   2008 Reprint, Cambridge University Press.
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    Young, Desmond.   FOUNTAIN OF THE ELEPHANTS. £12.00    
      The story of Benoit de Boigne, French adventurer in 18th century India.   319pp. Index. 11 illustrations.   Very good in chipped dw with faded spine panel as usual.   1959 First edition, Collins.
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    Young, Desmond.   FOUNTAIN OF THE ELEPHANTS. £5.00    
      The story of Benoit de Boigne, French adventurer in 18th century India.   319pp. Index. 11 illustrations.   Very good.   1959 First, Collins.
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    Young, Desmond.   FOUNTAIN OF THE ELEPHANTS. £5.00    
      The story of Benoit de Boigne, French adventurer in 18th century India.   319pp. Index. 11 illustrations.   Very good.   1959 First, Collins.
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    Young, Desmond.   FOUNTAIN OF THE ELEPHANTS. £10.00    
      The story of Benoit de Boigne, French adventurer in 18th century India.   319pp. Index. 11 illustrations.   Very good. Owner's name.   1959 First edition, Collins.
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