Early Records of British India: A History of the English Settlements in India ; as Told in the Government Records, the Works of Old Travellers, and Other Contemporary Documents, from the Earliest Period Down to the Rise of British Power in India

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Asian Educational Services, 1996 - India - 426 pages
A History Of The English Settlements In India. As Told In The Government Records, The Works Of The Old Travellers, And Other Contemporary Documents, From The Earliest Period Down Ot The Rise Of British Power In India.
 

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Contents

INDIA IN THE SEVENTEENTH CENTURY
1
Inherent weakness of Moghul rule
8
War between the four princes
14
Persecuting wars against Hindus
16
Tea
22
His cruelty Mandelslo leaves Ahmadabad
28
The investment set on foot in the rains
32
Freshwater springs scarce
38
Thirst increased by water
237
Demands of the Nawab for hidden treasure
243
FIRST GOVERNMENT OF CLIVE
254
Capture of Chandernagore
259
The Shahzada threatens Bengal
266
Governors Holwell and Wansittart
272
English propose conducting Shah Alam to Delhi
275
Installation of Nawab Cossim
279

The hill
44
Attempts at a settlement on the eastern side of India
47
Private trade and presents
53
What Pawn is
59
CHAPTER IV
62
Wicious lives
69
Directors insist on local taxation
81
Instructions of the Directors
87
Natives mixed with Europeans
93
Moghul Carnatic and Mahratta Carnatic
100
History of St Thomas
106
Law at Madras
127
Failure of the French claimants to capture Trichinopoly
141
CHAPTER
147
Rise of the Mahrattas
153
River Ganges
155
War against Sivaji
161
Administration of justice
167
Mr Weldon
190
Danish colony
196
submission of the young Raja
202
Lawlessness of the Nawab
207
Mahratta ditch
213
Administration of justice amongst the English
219
Surajudaula Nawab 1756
225
Prisoners driven through the barracks into the Black Hole
231
Major Carnac and Colonel Coote wished to protect Ram Narain
281
Punishment if guilty
287
Application of Shah Alam for help to recover Delhi
291
Weak capacity of Mr Wansittart
297
Invasion repelled
298
all the Directors summoned to Calcutta
303
Merits of the question submitted to the Directors
306
The Nawab to be informed accordingly
312
PATNA MAssacRE
318
Terrible results 3rº
320
Excuses and threats of the Nawab
326
Provisional measures
332
The Dewani of Bengal Behar and Orissa
333
Death of the Nawab Nazim
340
Political relations with Shujaudaula the Nawab Vizier of Oude
346
Death of Sivaji 1680
347
BEGINNING OF BRITISH ADMINISTRATION
351
Plans of Werelst
358
Duties of Supravisors training for higher posts
365
Collusions of collectors and zemindars
367
Oppressions of zemindars
373
Anxiety of the King to go to Delhi
379
Aurungzeb takes the field
385
The Seits or Hindu bankers il
386
The Governor sets aside the privileges of the Engli sh 1713
387
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