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    Allen, Charles (edits).   A GLIMPSE OF THE BURNING PLAIN. £12.00    
      Leaves from the Indian Journals of Charlotte Canning.   170pp. Charlotte Canning was wife of the Governor General who died in India in 1861. The book draws from her journals, letters, drawings and watercolours.   Very good in very good dw. Owner's name.   1986 First edition, Michael Joseph.
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    Allen, Charles (edits).   A GLIMPSE OF THE BURNING PLAIN. £15.00    
      Leaves from the Indian Journals of Charlotte Canning.   170pp. Charlotte Canning was wife of the Governor General who died in India in 1861. The book draws from her journals, letters, drawings and watercolours.   Bookplate. Otherwis fine in fine dw.   1986 First edition, Michael Joseph.
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    Anon.   LETTERS OF AN INDIAN JUDGE to an English Gentlewoman. £10.00    
         255pp.   Fine.   1970 Reprint, Peter Davies.
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    Anon.   LETTERS OF AN INDIAN JUDGE to an English Gentlewoman. £5.00    
         255pp.   Very good. Some spotting to edges. Owner's name.   1940 Reprint, Peter Davies.
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    Baroda, Her Highness the Maharani and Mitra, S.M.   THE POSITION OF WOMEN IN INDIAN LIFE. £23.00    
         358pp. Index. Ex-museum library. Indian women seen against the context of emancipation in Europe and America.   Very good.   1912 Second edition, Longmans, Green.
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    Barr, Pat.   THE MEMSAHIBS. £12.00    
      The Women of Victorian India.   210pp. Index. 18 b/w illustrations.   Very good in very good dw. Inscription.   1976 First, Secker & Warburg.
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    Bird, Isabella.   THE GOLDEN CHERSONESE. £10.00    
      The Malayan Travels of a Victorian Lady.   384pp. Index. 16 engraved illustrations. Folding map. Card covers. Facsimile reprint of 1883 original. Stamped 'damaged' but damage not apparent.   Very good indeed.   1990 Oxford University Press, Singapore.
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    Bolton, Angela.   THE MATURING SUN. £10.00    
      An Army Nurse in India, 1942-1945.   218pp. Index. Many b/w photographs. Dustwrapper by David Gentleman.    Inscription. Otherwise fine in fine dw.   1986 First edition, Imperial War Museum.
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    Bornstein, David.   THE PRICE OF A DREAM. £10.00    
      The Story of the Grameen Bank and the Idea that is Helping the Poor to Change their Lives.   370pp. Index. Card covers. Lending mainly to women in Bangladesh.   Fine.   1999 Simon & Schuster, New York.
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    Bradley, John (edits).   LADY CURZON'S INDIA. £5.00    
      Letters of a Vicereine.   180pp. 15 b/w photographs.   Fine in fine dw.   1985 First edition, Weidenfeld & Nicolson.
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    Bumiller, Elisabeth.   MAY YOU BE THE MOTHER OF A HUNDRED SONS. £5.00    
      A Journey among the Women of India.   307pp. Index. 22 b/w photographs.   Fine in fine dw.   1990 First edition, Random House, New York.
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    Cable, Mildred and French, Francesca.   SOMETHING HAPPENED. £10.00    
         320pp. Folding map. The story of three remarkable women, missionaries in Chinese Central Asia.   Very good indeed.   1934 Reprint ,Hodder.
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    Chisholm, Anne.   RUMER GODDEN. £10.00    
      A Storyteller's Life.   333pp. Index. 28 b/w photographs.   Fine in fine dw.   1998 First edition, Macmillan.
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    Cormack, Margaret.   THE HINDU WOMAN. £10.00    
         200pp. Index.   Very good in very good dw.   1961 Reprint, Asia Publishing House, Delhi.
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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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    Curzon of Kedleston, The Marchioness.   REMINISCENCES. £10.00    
         256pp. Index. 37 illustrations. Portrait frontispiece in colour.   Very good. Owner's name.   1955 First edition, Hutchinson.
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    Curzon of Kedleston, The Marchioness.   REMINISCENCES. £10.00    
         256pp. Index. 37 illustrations. In plain library binding but no library marks.   Very good.   1955 First edition, Hutchinson.
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    de Courcy, Anne.   THE VICEROY'S DAUGHTERS. £5.00    
         421pp. Index. 57 b/w photographs. A group biography of Curzon's three daughters. Very little about India,   Very good indeed.   2000 Second impression, Weidenfeld & Nicolson.
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    Devi, Gayatri Maharani of Jaipur.   A PRINCESS REMEMBERS. £12.00    
      The Memoirs of the Maharani of Jaipur.   335pp. Index. 47 b/w photographs.   Very good in very good dw with faded spine panel..   1976 First edition, Weidenfeld and Nicolson.
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    Dimmock, Gertrude.   MERMANJAN. £5.00    
      Star of the Evening.   102pp. Card covers. 2 b/w photographs and a map. Research into 19th century family history in India - Dimmock, Dunsterville and Maughan.   Very good.   1970 Hendon Publishing Company.
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    Dufferin & Ava, the Marchioness of.   OUR VICEREGAL LIFE IN INDIA. £110.00    
      Selections from my Journal 1884-88.   In 2 vols. 344 and 346pp. Folding map. Portrait frontispiece. Life at the top in Calcutta, Simla and on progress through India. The social pinnacle of Victorian India. In the original blue cloth.   Boards and spine a little faded and grubby but otherwise very good.   1889 Third thousand, John Murray.
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    Dufferin & Ava, the Marchioness of.   OUR VICEREGAL LIFE IN INDIA. £150.00    
      Selections from my Journal 1884-88.   In 2 vols. 344 and 346pp. Folding map. Portrait frontispiece. Life at the top in Calcutta, Simla and on progress through India. The social pinnacle of Victorian India. In the original blue cloth.   Very good indeed. An excellent tight set. Original owner's name.   1890 Fourth thousand, John Murray.
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    Duncan, Sara Jeanette.   A SOCIAL DEPARTURE. £24.00    
      How Orthodocia and I Went Round the World by Ourselves.   417pp. 111 b/w illustrations in the text. Decorated boards. Includes journeying through India and Japan. Novel of liberated Victorian women.   Boards rubbed and marked and binding shaken.   1893 Third edition, Chatto & Windus.
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    Duncan, Sara Jeanette.   A SOCIAL DEPARTURE. £14.00    
      How Orthodocia and I Went Round the World by Ourselves.   476pp. Includes journeying through India and Japan. Novel of liberated Victorian women. Pocket edition.   Very good indeed. A lovely copy.   No date, Nelson.
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    Duncan, Sara Jeanette.   A SOCIAL DEPARTURE. £10.00    
      How Orthodocia and I Went Round the World by Ourselves.   476pp. Includes journeying through India and Japan. Novel of liberated Victorian women. Pocket edition.   Rear hinge slack.   No date, Nelson.
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    Dutt, Toru.   A SHEAF GLEANED IN FRENCH FIELDS. £450.00    
         v + 233pp. In full 19th centuty leather binding. Translations from French poetry into English verse. Very scarce first publication in verse.   Very good indeed apart from slight crushing of the fore-edge of a few pages. A lovely copy of a very rare book.   1876 First edition, at the Saptahik Press, Bhowanipore
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    Dyer, Helen S.   PANDITA RAMABAI. £5.00    
      The Story of her life.   94pp double-column. B/w illustration. 4to. 1922 obituary pasted in. Much on work by Indian Christians for famine relief.   Very good. Hinges slack.   No date (c1910) Morgan and Scott.
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    Dyer, Helen S.   PANDITA RAMABAI. £13.00    
      The Story of her life.   170pp. 29pp of b/w photographs. Much on work by Indian Christians for famine relief. In the original decorated brown boards.   Very good. Hinges slack.   1900 First edition, Revell, New York.
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    Dyson, Ketaki Kushari.   A VARIOUS UNIVERSE. £16.00    
      A Study of the Journals and Memoirs of British Men and Women in the Indian Subcontinent 1765-1856.   406pp. Index.   Very good in very good dustwrapper.   1978 First edition, Oxford University Press, Delhi.
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    Dyson, Ketaki Kushari.   A VARIOUS UNIVERSE. £12.00    
      A Study of the Journals and Memoirs of British Men and Women in the Indian Subcontinent 1765-1856.   406pp. Index.   Very good in very good dustwrapper.   1978 First edition, Oxford University Press, Delhi.
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    Dyson, Ketaki Kushari.   A VARIOUS UNIVERSE. £10.00    
      A Study of the Journals and Memoirs of British Men and Women in the Indian Subcontinent 1765-1856.   406pp. Index.   Hinges slack but a sound copy.   1978 First edition, Oxford University Press, Delhi.
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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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    Emanuel, Gladys (Mrs John Grossmann).   INDIAN SONGS OF PASSION. £24.00    
         37pp. Paper covered stapled booklet. Poems of Edwardian eroticism imagining the desires of women in Indian legend.   Very good indeed.   1908 Second edition, Thacker, Spink, Calcutta.
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    Fernandes, Leela.   PRODUCING WORKERS. £10.00    
      The Politics of Gender, Class and Culture in the Calcutta Jute Mills.   199pp. Index.   Fine.   1997 First edition, Vistaar Publications, New Delhi.
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    Fowler, Marian.   BELOW THE PEACOCK FAN. £5.00    
      First Ladies of the Raj.   337pp. A study of four remarkable women, Emily Eden, Charlotte Canning, Edith Lytton and Mary Curzon.   Fine in fine dw.   1987 First edition, Viking,
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    Fowler, Marian.   BELOW THE PEACOCK FAN. £10.00    
      First Ladies of the Raj.   337pp. A study of four remarkable women, Emily Eden, Charlotte Canning, Edith Lytton and Mary Curzon.   Fine in fine dustwrapper. Inscription.   1987 First edition, Viking,
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    Fraser, Eugenie.   A HOME BY THE HOOGHLY. £5.00    
      A Jute Wallah's Wife.   240pp. 20 b/w photographs. Calcutta in the war and the last years of British India.   Fine in fine dw.   1989 Reprint, Mainstream.
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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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    Godden, Rumer.   A HOUSE WITH FOUR ROOMS. £5.00    
      Autobiography: Volume Two.   319pp. Back in England after 1945 to a literary career. Paperback edition.   Fine.   1989 Quill New York.
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    Godden, Rumer.   GULBADAN. £16.00    
      Portrait of a Rose Princess at the Mughal Court.   158pp. An account from the memoirs of the daughter of the Emperor Babur. Illustrated in colour with 45 full-page Indian and Persian miniatures.   Fine in very good dw.   1980 First edition, Macmillan.
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    Godden, Rumer.   GULBADAN. £12.00    
      Portrait of a Rose Princess at the Mughal Court.   158pp. An account from the memoirs of the daughter of the Emperor Babur. Illustrated in colour with 45 full-page Indian and Persian miniatures.   Very good indeed.   1980 First edition, Macmillan.
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    Graham, Maria.   JOURNAL OF A RESIDENCE IN INDIA. £450.00    
         viii + 211pp. 4to. Colour frontispiece and 15 engraved b/w plates, 2 folding. In handsome later binding with leather spine and corners.   There is very minor worm damage which the binder has repaired with rice-paper overlays, nowhere affecting legibility. Otherwise very good indeed.   1812 First edition, Archibald Constable.
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    Hall, Gordon Langley.   GOLDEN BOATS FROM BURMA. £14.00    
      The story of Ann Hasseltine Judson, the first American woman missionary in Burma,   255pp. Mission to convert the Burmese in 1812.   Fine in torn dw. Owner's name.   1961 First edition, Macrae Smith, Philadelphia.
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    Hall, Gordon Langley.   GOLDEN BOATS FROM BURMA. £16.00    
      The story of Ann Hasseltine Judson, the first American woman missionary in Burma,   255pp. Mission to convert the Burmese in 1812.   Fine in very good dw.   1961 First edition, Macrae Smith, Philadelphia.
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    Hickman, Katie.   DAUGHTERS OF BRITANNIA. £13.00    
      The Lives and Times of Diplomatic Wives.   192pp. Index. 29 b/w illustrations. Many references to Catherine Macartney, Ella Sykes and Diana Shipton in Kashgar. Presentation copy inscribed by the author on the title page.   Fine in fine dw.   1999 Second impression, Harper Collins.
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    Hickman, Katie.   DAUGHTERS OF BRITANNIA. £10.00    
      The Lives and Times of Diplomatic Wives.   192pp. Index. 29 b/w illustrations. Many references to Catherine Macartney, Ella Sykes and Diana Shipton in Kashgar.   Fine in very good dw.   1999 First edition, Harper Collins.
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    Hinkson, Pamela.   INDIAN HARVEST. £12.00    
         320pp. 35 b/w photographs. Through India from the Viceroy to women in the villages.   Very good.   1941 First edition, Collins.
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    Jacob, Violet.   DIARIES AND LETTERS FROM INDIA 1895-1900. £10.00    
         213pp. Index. Scottish novelist married to army officer stationed at Mhow in central India. Illustrated with the author's watercolours.   Fine in fine dustwrapper.   1990 First edition, Canongate, Edinburgh.
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    Kaye, M.M.   GOLDEN AFTERNOON. £24.00    
      Being the Second Part of 'Share of Summer', her Autobiography.   418pp. 119 b/w family photographs. A young woman in pre-war India.   Fine in fine dw. A lovely copy.   1997 First edition, Viking.
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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 dw.   1980 First edition, Webb & Bower.
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    Khan, Shaharyar K.   THE BEGUMS OF BHOPAL. £5.00    
      A Dynasty of Women Rulers in Raj India.   276pp. Index. 16 b/w illustrations.   Fine in fine dw.   2000 Reprint, Tauris.
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    Khan, Shaharyar K.   THE BEGUMS OF BHOPAL. £13.00    
      A Dynasty of Women Rulers in Raj India.   276pp. Index. 16 b/w illustrations.   Fine in fine dw.   2000 First edition, Tauris.
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    Macdonald, Betsy.   INDIA…..SUNSHINE AND SHADOWS. £10.00    
         148pp. Card covers. B/w photographs. Autobiography of Bihar sugar planter's wife.   Very good indeed.   1988 First edition, BACSA.
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    Macdonald, Betsy.   INDIA…..SUNSHINE AND SHADOWS. £10.00    
         148pp. Card covers. B/w photographs. Autobiography of Bihar sugar planter's wife.   Very good.   1988 First edition, BACSA.
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    MacMillan, Margaret.   WOMEN OF THE RAJ. £14.00    
         256pp. 57 illustrations. Life for women in British India. Full bibliography and index.   Fine in fine dw.   1988 First edition, Thames & Hudson.
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    Margaret, The Ranee of Sarawak.   GOOD MORNING AND GOOD NIGHT. £55.00    
         308pp. Index. Autobiography of the wife of Charles Brooke, the White Rajah.   Boards a little marked and spine edge just starting to fray.   1934 First edition, Constable.
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    Mayo, Katherine.   MOTHER INDIA. £10.00    
         391pp. Index. A study of marriage and the position of women   Very good indeed.   1931 Reprint Cape.
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    Mayo, Katherine.   MOTHER INDIA. £10.00    
         440pp. Index. 41 b/w photographs. A study of marriage and the position of women   Front hinge slack and spine lettering faded but othewise very good.   1927 First US, Harcout, Brace, New York.
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    Mayo, Katherine.   MOTHER INDIA. £12.00    
         391pp. Index. 4 b/w photographs. A study of marriage and the position of women   A very bright copy.   1930 Reprint, Jonathan Cape.
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    Mayo, Katherine.   MOTHER INDIA. £13.00    
         440pp. Index. 41 b/w photographs. A study of marriage and the position of women   Very good in very good dw.   1927 First US, Harcourt, Brace, New York.
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    Mazumdar, Shudha.   MEMOIRS OF AN INDIAN WOMAN. £10.00    
         227pp. Index.   Very good in very good dw.   1989 M.E.Sharp, New York.
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    Merrick, Henrietta Sands.   SPOKEN IN TIBET. £85.00    
         198pp. Index. Map. 29 b/w photographs. American woman treks from Darjeeling to Gyantse. In the original black cloth.   Very good indeed apart from the number 39 on the front endpaper in colour. Neat bookplate   1933 First edition, Putnam's, New York.
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    Middleton, Dorothy.   VICTORIAN LADY TRAVELLERS. £10.00    
         182pp. 30 photographs.   Fine in very good dw.   1965 Second impression, Routledge.
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    Middleton, Dorothy.   VICTORIAN LADY TRAVELLERS. £13.00    
         182pp. 30 photographs.   Fine in very good dw.   1965 First edition, Routledge.
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    Mordecai, Margaret.   INDIAN DREAM LANDS. £14.00    
         401pp. In the original decorated red boards. Nicely described tour of India, Burma and Ceylon.   Very good. Owner's name. Some light pencil underlining.   1925 First edition, Putnam.
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    Morris, Deborah.   WITH SCARLET MAJORS. £10.00    
         188pp. Service in the Womens Auxiliary Corps (India) 1942-1947.   Very good in chipped dw.   1960 First edition, Hammond.
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    Morris, Deborah.   WITH SCARLET MAJORS. £5.00    
         188pp. Service in the Womens Auxiliary Corps (India) 1942-1947.   Very good.   1960 First edition, Hammond.
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    Mukta, Parita.   SHARDS OF MEMORY. £5.00    
      Woven Lives in Four Generations.   214pp. 20 photographs. Stories of a Gujerati family from India to Kenya and beyond.   Fine in fine dw.   2002 First edition, Weidenfeld & Nicolson.
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    Nanda, Savitra Devi.   THE CITY OF TWO GATEWAYS. £12.00    
      The Autobiography of an Indian Girl.   278pp. Vivid account of a Punjab childhood.   Fine in very good dw.   1950 First edition, Allen & Unwin.
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    Narasimhan, Sakuntala.   SATI. £14.00    
      A Study of Widow Burning in India.   202pp. Index. 12 b/w illustrations.   Fine in fine dw.   1990 First edition, Penguin India
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    Narasimhan, Sakuntala.   SATI. £13.00    
      A Study of Widow Burning in India.   202pp. Index. 12 b/w illustrations.   Very good in very good dw.   1990 First edition, Penguin India
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    Nayar, Sushila and Mankekar, Kamla.   WOMEN PIONEERS IN INDIA'S RENAISSANCE. £5.00    
      As I Remember Her.   447pp. 67 essays each on a woman prominent in literary, nationalist and political fields by a woman who knew her. Photographs in b/w. Paperback.   Very good.   2002 National Book Trust, New Delhi.
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    Parkes, Fanny.   BEGUMS, THUGS AND WHITE MUGHALS. £10.00    
      The Journals of Fanny Parkes.   361pp. Selected and introduced by William Dalrymple. In card covers.   Fine.   2005 Eland.
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    Pemble, John (edits).   MISS FANE IN INDIA. £12.00    
         246pp. Index. Journal and letters from India 1836-1837, by the daughter of the C. in C.. Interesting domestic detail and gossip - much on the Eden sisters.   Fine in fine dw.   1985 First edition, Alan Sutton.
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    Platts, Mrs Frank T.   MEMSAHIB or Should She have told Him. £40.00    
         134pp. In the original blue decorated cloth. Novel of young married woman in India.   A little grubby but sound.   1885 First edition, Hamilton Adams.
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    Postans, Marianne.   KUTCH £24.00    
      or Random Sketches taken during a Residence in one of the Northern Provinces of Western India.   283pp. Map. 7 plates (1 folding) in colour. Facsimile reprint of 1839 original.   Fine.   2001 Asian Educational Services, New Delhi.
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    Rau, Santha Rama.   HOME TO INDIA. £5.00    
         151pp. High caste Indian girl returns to India at the age of sixteen in 1939 after 10 years in Europe.   Very good. Paper darkening.   1945 Left Book Club, Gollancz.
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    Ray, Bharati (edits).   FROM THE SEAMS OF HISTORY. £10.00    
      Essays on Indian Women.   294pp. Index.   Fine in fine dw.   1995 First, Oxford University Press, New Delhi.
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    Ray, Sangeeta.   EN-GENDERING INDIA. £10.00    
      Woman and Nation in Colonial and Post-Colonial Narratives.   198pp. Index. Card covers. Study of British and Indian novels from 1857-1947.   Fine.   2000 Duke University Press.
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    Rijnhart, Dr. Susie C.   WITH THE TIBETANS IN TENT AND TEMPLE. £76.00    
      Narrative of Four Year's Residence on the Tibetan Border and of a Journey into the Far Interior.   406pp. Index. 13 photographs and a folding map. American missionary who escaped from Tibet after the death of her infant son and loss of her husband on attempt to reach Lhasa.   Very good. Some bubbling of cloth over the boards but a bright, clean copy.   1901 Oliphant, Anderson & Ferrier, Edinburgh.
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    Rijnhart, Dr. Susie C.   WITH THE TIBETANS IN TENT AND TEMPLE. £86.00    
      Narrative of Four Year's Residence on the Tibetan Border and of a Journey into the Far Interior.   406pp. Index. 13 photographs and a folding map. American missionary who escaped from Tibet after the death of her infant son and loss of her husband on attempt to reach Lhasa. Attractive bookplate of the South Place Ethical Society. Presentation inscription and shelf number.   Very good. Slight bubbling to cloth.   1901 Oliphant, Anderson & Ferrier, Edinburgh.
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    Robinson, Jane.   ANGELS OF ALBION. £5.00    
      Women of the Indian Mutiny.   298pp. Full-size paperback edition.   Fine.   1996 Viking.
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    Robinson, Jane.   ANGELS OF ALBION. £5.00    
      Women of the Indian Mutiny.   298pp. Index. 34 illustrations.   Fine.   1996 First edition, Viking.
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    Robinson, Jane.   ANGELS OF ALBION. £10.00    
      Women of the Indian Mutiny.   298pp. Index. 34 illustrations.   Fine in fine dw.   1996 First edition, Viking.
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    Robinson, Jane.   WAYWARD WOMEN. £22.00    
      A guide to women travellers.   344pp. Index. 14 b/w illustrations. 6 maps. An indispensible bibliography and commentary on women's travel writing up to the 1980s.   Fine.   1990 First edition, Oxford University Press.
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    Robinson, Jane.   WAYWARD WOMEN. £10.00    
      A guide to women travellers.   344pp. Index. 14 b/w illustrations. 6 maps. Paperback edition. An indispensible bibliography and commentary on women's travel writing up to the 1980s.   Fine.   1991 Oxford University Press.
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    Russell, Mary.   THE BLESSINGS OF A GOOD THICK SKIRT. £10.00    
      Women Travellers and Their World.   239pp. Index.   Very good in very good dw. Owner's rubber stamp marks.   1986 First edition, Collins.
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    Saha, B.P.   BEGAMS, CONCUBINES AND MEMSAHIBS. £10.00    
         148pp. Index. Essays on 17 women, Indian and British who influenced political affairs.   Fine in fine dw.   1997 First edition, Vikas, New Delhi.
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    Sarasvati, Pundita Ramabai.   THE HIGH CASTE HINDU WOMAN. £31.00    
         119pp. Portrait frontispiece.   Very good. Spine rubbed.   1887 Philadelphia.
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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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    Tharu, Susie and Lalita, K.   WOMEN WRITING IN INDIA. £10.00    
      Volume II. The 20th Century.   641pp. Index. An anthology from all genres of literature. Card covers.   Very good.   1993 Pandora.
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    Tisdall, E.E.P.   MRS. DUBERLY'S CAMPAIGNS. £14.00    
      An Englishwoman's Experiences in the Crimean War and the Indian Mutiny.   224pp. Index. Based on letters from the wife of a Hussar Captain who was with him through the Crimea and Mutiny campaigns.   Very good indeed   1963 First edition, Jarrolds.
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    Trollope, Joanna.   BRITANNIA'S DAUGHTERS. £5.00    
      Women of the British Empire.   224pp. Index. 47 illustrations.   Very good in very good dustwapper.   1983 First edition, Hutchinson.
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    Trollope, Joanna.   BRITANNIA'S DAUGHTERS. £5.00    
      Women of the British Empire.   224pp. Index. 47 illustrations. Single library rubber stamp.   Very good in very good dustwapper.   1983 First edition, Hutchinson.
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    Tuson, Penelope (edits).   THE QUEEN'S DAUGHTERS. £5.00    
      An Anthology of Victorian Feminist Writings on India 1857-1900.   341pp. Index.   Fine in fine dustwrapper.   No date (c2000) First edition, Ithaca Press.
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    Vadgama, Kusoom (edits)..   AN INDIAN PORTIA. £21.00    
      Selected Writings of Cornelia Sorabji 1866-1954.   702pp. Index. Many b/w illustrations. Edited from her letters and private papers.   Fine in fine dw.   2011 First edition, Blacker Limited.
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    Venning, Annabel.   FOLLOWING THE DRUM. £5.00    
      The Lives of Army Wives and Daughters Past and Present.   372pp. Index. Illustrated in colour and b/w.   Fine in fine dw.   2005 First edition, Headline.
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    Vequaud, Yves.   THE ART OF MITHILA. £14.00    
      Ceremonial Paintings from an Ancient Kingdom.   112pp. 4to. 88 illustrations, 60 in colour. Paintings by the women of Mithila in Bihar. Card covers.   Inscription. Otherwise fine.   1977, Thames & Hudson.
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    Vibart, Colonel Edward.   THE SEPOY MUTINY as Seen by a Subaltern. £140.00    
      From Delhi to Lucknow.   308pp. Index. Includes as an appendix of 29pp on 'The Outbreak at Meerut' by Colonel A.R.D.Mackenzie and another of 20pp on 'How the Electric Telegraph Saved India' by P.V.Luke. A third appendix of 28pp gives an account by a lady of her escape from Delhi. This is the London first edition but with 'Scribners' in gilt at foot of red cloth spine.   Very good indeed. An excellent copy in the original cloth.   1898 First edition, Smith, Elder and Scribner's, New York..
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    Weber, Thomas.   GOING NATIVE. £10.00    
      Gandhi's Relationship with Western Women.   406pp. Index. Card covers.   Fine.   2011 Rolli Books, New Delhi.
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    Weidenhofer, Maggie.   COLONIAL LADIES. £10.00    
         120pp. A selection from the letters and diaries of women settlers in Australia   Fine in fine dw.   1985 First edition, O'Neill, Australia.
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    West, Margaret.   CATCHING THE BAG. £10.00    
      Who'd be a Woman Diplomat?   381pp. A career in the diplomatic service in the British High Commission in Delhi and later in Rhodesia. Recalled through letters home. She was in India 1949-53 and visited Kashmir and Nepal.   Fine in fine dw.   2000 First edition, The Pentland Press.
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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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    Wilson, Emma.   GONE WITH THE RAJ. £10.00    
         171pp. Folding map. Autobiography and account of Lady Minto's Indian Nursing Association. Ex-public library copy.   Very good in rubbed dw. Sellotape marks on endpapers.   1974 First Reeve.
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    Wilson, Lady.   LETTERS FROM INDIA. £55.00    
         417pp. Lively letters home over twenty years in India, 1889-1909, from postings in the Punjab. The North-West Frontier, Simla etc.   Very good. Front hinge weak but a sound copy.   1911 First edition, William Blackwood.
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    Wolff-Wilson, Alison.   A FEATHER ON THE TIDE. £10.00    
         234pp. 19 b/w photographs. A memoir of world travels with much on India with military husband from 1938 to 1943.   Very good in very good dw.   1985, First, Alan Sutton, Gloucester.
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    Zinkin, Taya.   FRENCH MEMSAHIB. £5.00    
         204pp. Index. 30 b/w photographs. Autobiography of French-born journalist and ICS wife who was Manchester Guardian correspondent in India during Independence and Partition.   Fine in fine dw.   1989 First edition, Harmsworth.
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