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by William Wilson Hunter,Paul Ernest Roberts

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1145707165
Author:
William Wilson Hunter,Paul Ernest Roberts
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Asia
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English
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Nabu Press (February 24, 2010)
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498 pages
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A History of British India book. Sir William Wilson Hunter KCSI CIE (15 July 1840 – 6 February 1900) was a Scottish historian, statistician, a compiler and a member of the Indian Civil Service, who later became Vice President of Royal Asiatic Society. Books by William Wilson Hunter.

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A History of British IndiaTo the Overthrow of the English in the Spice Archipelagoby William Wilson Hunter. India was then a half way house for the richer traffic of the Spice Islands. The third Act unfolds the strife between the two Protestant sea-powers for this prize. Vol. 1. A History of British India. To the Overthrow of the English in the Spice Archipelago. by William Wilson Hunter. The Nether lands had long contained the marts by which the produce of the East, transhipped at Lisbon to Bruges, Antwerp, and Amsterdam, was distributed to N orthem and Central Europe.

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v. To the overthrow of the English in the Spice Archipelago, 1623. v. 2. To the union of the old and new companies under the Earl of Godolphin's award, 1708.

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Home Browse Books Book details, A History of British India. In this book I endeavour to complete a task which has occupied a large part of my life. A History of British India - Vol. Thirty-four years ago my attention was drawn to the historical materials in the record rooms of Bengal, and the inquiries then commenced have been continued from the archives of England, Portugal and Holland. I found that what had passed for Indian history dealt but little with the staple work done by the founders of British rule in the East, or with its effects on the native races.

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