Full & Authentic Report of the Tilak Trial: (1908.) Being the Only Authorised Verbatim Account of the Whole Proceedings with Introduction and Character Sketch of Bal Gangadhar Tilak Together with Press Opinion (Google eBook)

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Printed at the Indu-Prakash steam Press, 1908 - Trials (Sedition) - 472 pages
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