India, Raj & Empire [electronic resource], 1710-1944 1760-1897
- Marlborough, England : Adam Matthew Digital, 
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- Original manuscript material comprising diaries and journals, official and private papers, letters, sketches, paintings and original Indian documents containing histories and literary works. Especially strong for the 18th and 19th centuries, this collection is particularly relevant to historians studying: the British Indian Empire; government, administration and politics, the relationship between Britain and the British Indian Empire, the relationship between the British Indian Empire and Indian Princely States, the Mysore and Maratha wars and other conflicts, the role of the Scots in India, the Indian Uprising and trade and agriculture. The collection includes the writings of Governors-General, Commanders-in-Chief, Indian princes, soldiers, traders, missionaries, explorers, historians and authors of literary works, indigo farmers and tea and coffee planters.
- India > History > 18th century > Sources.
- India > History > British occupation, 1765-1947 > Sources.
- India > Civilization > Sources.
- India > Social life and customs > Sources.
- India > Social conditions > Sources.
- British > India > Social life and customs > Sources.
- India > Religious life and customs > Sources.
- British > India > Sources.
- East India Company.
- East India Company. Army.
- Great Britain > Colonies > Asia > Administration > Sources.
- India > History > Mysore War, 1790-1792 > Sources.
- India > History > Mysore War, 1799 > Sources.
- Maratha War, 1803 > Sources.
- Maratha War, 1816-1818 > Sources.
- India > History > Sepoy Rebellion, 1857-1858 > Sources.
- Afghan Wars > Sources.
- India > Commerce > Sources.
- Great Britain > Foreign relations > India > Sources.
- Bombay (Presidency) > History > Sources.
- Madras (India : Presidency) > History > Sources.
- Bengal (India) > History > Sources.
- Haidar Ali, Nawab of Mysore, approximately 1722-1782.
- Clive, Robert Clive, Baron, 1725-1774.
- Nizām ʻAlī Khān, Nizam of Hyderabad, 1734-1803.
- Tipu Sultan, Fath ʻAli, Nawab of Mysore, 1753-1799.
- Muhammad Ali Khan, Umdat al-Mulk Anwar al-Din, Nawab of Arcot, 1717 or 1718-1795.
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- Asian Studies (East, South & Southeast Asia; Middle East)
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- Title from home page (viewed 8 Oct. 2009).
- Includes materials by or relating to: Haidar Ali, Sir Archibald Campbell, Sir Eyre Coote, Charles 2nd Earl Cornwallis, Henry Dundas 1st Viscount Melville, Robert Dundas 2nd Viscount Melville, Warren Hastings, George Macartney, Muhammad Ali Khan Walahjah (Nawab of Arcot), George Pigot, James Stuart, Tipu Sultan, Richard 1st Marquis Wellesley, Patrick Geddes, Rev. Robert Kilgour, Edmund Burke, Ali Khan (Nizam of Hyderabad), Sir Robert Sandeman, Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, Sir Thomas Cochrane, William Montagu Hay 10th Marquess of Tweeddale, Sir Henry Hardinge, Andrew Hunter, Colonel Richard Baird Smith, Andrew Stuart, Basil Cochrane, Major Francis William Brown, James A. Grant, Colonel James Halkett, Stewart A. Lithgow, George Anderson, Major Douglas Cunninghame Graham, Alexander Kyd Lindesay, Lieut.-General Sir Frederick William Traill-Burroughs, John Charles Brown, Benjamin Heyne, James Taylor, D. Foulis, George Arbuthnot, Robert Arbuthnot, Colonel George Cadell, Walter Scott, Commodore George Johnstone, Charles Stuart, Sir Hugh McPherson, Duncan H. McPherson, Allan Ramsay, Amelia Campbell, Lieut.-Colonel David Robertson, Archibald Seton, Thomas Smith, Charles Steuart, General Robert Alexander, John Fryer Thomas.
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- Location of originals
- National Library of Scotland