The Cambridge History of the British Empire

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Arthur Percival Newton
CUP Archive, 1936 - Great Britain - 1005 pages
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Contents

CHAPTER I
1
The AngloDutch alliance
2
H2ans description
4
dAlbuquerques first voyage
7
Early factories in Eastern India
9
Lopo Soaress and Diogo Lopess expeditions to the Red Sea
13
Cession of Daman
19
Later councillors 2
23
Military situation in 1756
321
French projects
325
Gardanes mission
331
The third Mysore War
337
Cornwalliss settlement
348
THE CARNATIC 17851801
355
The Seringapatam papers
361
Death of Mahadaji Sindhia
367

CHAPTER II
28
Coromandel factories
34
Conquest of Gevlon 4
47
The Company 163555
55
Renewal of war with the Portuguese 4
56
Colberts company
63
St Thome
69
BENGAL 176072
72
Lenoir and Dumas
75
Courteens Association
90
Attacks on the Company
97
The Coromandel factories
103
Surmans embassy
111
Hawkins at Agra
113
CHAPTER V
117
French military successes
123
DUPLEIX AND BUSSY
125
Death of Chanda Sahib and surrender of Law
131
Ghaziuddins attempt and death
137
Accession of Sirajuddaula
143
The conspiracy 4
149
Situation on Clives departure
166
Vansittarts policy
172
The salt company
178
Attacks on the Company 18
187
Attempt to recall Hastings
193
Dundass India bi
194
Pitts India Act
200
Clives achievement
205
Position in 1772
208
CHAPTER XII
215
The Rohilla atrocities
222
His conditional resignation
228
The majority attack on Hastings
232
Misconduct of the majority and of Hastings
239
Irnpey and the Sadr Court
245
Raghunath Raos regency
251
The Treaty of Surat
257
St Lubins intrigues
263
Capture of Gwalior
269
THE SEVEN YEARS
275
Sir John Lindsays mission
277
Outbreak of war
283
The first Mysore War 2 76
284
Macartneys relations with Hastings and Coote
289
CHAPTER XVI
295
Hastingss defence
301
CHAPTER XVII
307
CHAPTER XVIII
313
Correspondence with England
319
The Treaty of Bassein
373
Gangadhar Sastri s murder
379
Lord Hastingss settlement 57
380
CHAPTER XXIII
384
Criminal cases
390
Miscellaneous taxes
396
Portuguese and Dutch influence on the island
402
CHAPTER XXV
409
Hastings as revenue administrator
413
provincial councils
421
Impey chief judge of the sadr
427
CHAPTER XXVI
433
The General Department
439
The revenue reforms of 1787
446
CHAPTER XXVII
462
Death of Tipu Sultan
467
Lionel Place in the jagir
468
Introduction of the permanent zamindari settlement
474
Changes introduced by Shore and Wellesley
478
Results of the early period
480
English views on Central Asia
486
The siege of Herat
493
Home policy
499
Tipus character 342
504
Surrender of Dost Muhammad
505
Aucklands measures
511
EUenboroughs orders
517
The navigation of the Indus
527
Ellenboroughs early views
533
Rise of Ranjit Singh
540
Malcolms work in Central India
571
Lord Hastingss alterations
574
The Bharatpur succession
577
CHAPTER XXXII
589
Wellcsleys settlement 342
597
Intrigue and disorder after his death
599
French and English policy
605
The Dutch in India Chapter 11
613
The Struggle with the French Chapters v VI and vm
623
Legislation and Governments 17861818 Chapter xvm
632
The Carnatic 17851801 Chapter xxi
635
Afghanistan Russia and Persia Chapter xxvm
643
Further revolutions
648
Burma 17821852 Chapter xxx
650
Influence of Clives success in Bengal
656
Annexation of the Panjab
658
Index
659
158
662
BURMA 17821852
672

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