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MacGeorge, G. W. Wages and Works in India. Westminster.(X-36)

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Macmillan, M. The Globe Trotter in India. London, 1895.(X-64)

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Morrison, D. M. 1ndia and Imperial Federation. (X-137)

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Mukerji, N. G. Hando-Book of Indian Agriculture. Calcutta, 1907.(X-112)

Murray, A. H. H. The Road of Empire. London, 1905.(X-70)

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Naoroji, D. Poverty and Un-British Rule in India. London, 1901.(X-22)

Nash, V. The Great Famine and Its Causes. London, 1900.(X-130)

New Combe, A. C. Village, Town, and Jungle Life in India. London.(X-33)

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Oman, J. C. The Brahmans, Theists and Muslims of India. London.(X-25)

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Pandian, F. B. Indian Village Folk. London, 1898.(X-85)

Pandita Ramabai Sarasvati. The High-Caste Hindu Woman. New York.(X-82)

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Administration Affairs, &c. Reports of Committees on Affairs in India. 1781-83. 2 vols.(X-212)

Report of Committee on the Existence of Abuses in the Disposal of the Patronage of the East India Company. 1809.(X-213)

Report of Committee on the Affairs of the East India Company; with Appendix, Papers, &c. 1810.(X-214)

Five Reports of Committee on the State of Affairs of the East India Company; with Supplements and Glossary. 7 parts. 1808-13,(X-215)

Renewal of Charter. Evidence taken before the Committee of the Whole House of Commons, the 30th March to the 14th April 1813, on the Affairs of the East India Company and on the Renewal of their Charter; and Evidence before the Select Committee, the l5th April to the 21st May 1813; with Report of Resolutions. 1813.(X-216)

Correspondence, 1808-1813, relative to the Renewal of the Company's exclusive Privileges. 2 Parts. 1813.(X-217)

Letters of Mr. John Bebb on the Propositions for the Renewal of the Charter. 1813. 2 Parts.(X-218)

Papers relating to East India Affairs. 1813.(X-219)

Papers relating to East India Affairs. 1813.(X-220)

Papers relating to East India Affairs. 1813.(X-221)

Papers relating to East India Affairs. 1813.(X-222)

Report of Lords Committee on the Trade between Great Britain, India, and China, and on the Affairs of India generally; Evidence, Appendix and Index. 1830.(X-223)

Evidence before Committee on the Affairs of the East India Company; with Appendix of Accounts and Papers, and Index. 6 Parts. 1831.(X-224)

Report of Committee on the Practical Results of the System of Government established over the Asiatic Possessions of this Country, and the Commercial Privileges enjoyed by the East India Company. 8 Parts. 1832.(X-225)

Papers respecting the East India Company's Charter. 5 Parts. 1833.(X-226)

Correspondence and Minutes of the Court of the Directors, relative to the Cessation of the Company's Trade. 1833.(X-227)

Report of Commons Committee on East India Produce, and on the Petition of the East India Company for Relief in regard to the Duties on the Same; Evidence, Appendix and Index. 1840.(X-228)

Ditto, Report of Lords Committee on the same Subject; Evidence, Appendix and Index. 1840.(X-229)

Report of Commons Committee on the Operation of the Act for the better Government of Her Majesty's Indian Territories; Evidence Appendix and Index. Map. 1852.(X-230)

Ditto, Six Reports; Evidence, Appendices and Index. 8 Parts. 1853.(X-231)

Report of Lords Committee on Same Subject; Evidence and Index. 1852.(X-232)

Ditto, Three Reports Lords Committee; Evidence, Appendices and Index. 1853.(X-233)

Papers relating to the Affairs of the East India Company. 5 Parts. Maps. 1852.(X-234)

Minute by the Marquis of Dalhonsie, reviewing his Administration in India, from Jan. 1848 to March 1836.(X-235)

Correspondence between the East India Company and the Government, respecting the Bills for the Future Government of India. 5 Parts. 1853-58.(X-236)

Despatches, 1855-57, from the Court of Directors to the Government of India.(X-237)

Memorandum Prepared at the India House, of the Improvements in the Administration of India during the last Thirty Years, 1828-58.(X-238)

Memorandum on Some of the results of Indian Administration during the past Thirty Years, 1858-88.(X-239)

Government. Papers respecting the Comparative merits of British and Native Systems of Government in India. 1868.(X-240)

Adoption. Despatches respecting the Question of Succession by Adoption of any Sovereign Princes in India since 1820. 1850. (X-241)

Annexation. Papers respecting the Annexation of Territories in India, Kavonly, &c. 3 Parts. 1855-59.(X-242)

Army. Papers, 1850-51, relating to the Resignation by General Sir Charles Napier, G. C. B. of the Office of Commander-in-Chief in India.(X-243)

Report of Committee on the Measures resorted to, or which were, available, and the Lines of Communication adopted for reinforcing our Army during the Revolt in India; Evidence, Appendix and Index. Map. 1858.(X-244)

Correspondence respecting the Despatch of Troops to India from the Cape, Ceylon, and the Mauritius. 2 Parts. 1857-58.(X-245)

Correspondence respecting the Artillery Forces in India, from the Commencement of the Muting. 1859.(X-246)

Regiments which mutinied in 1857, Particulars of. 1859.(X-247)

Report of Commission on the 0rganization of the Indian Army; Evidence and Appendix and Report by General Hancock. 1859.(X-248)

Letter of General Sir Patrick Grant and Despatch from Governor-General of India on the same Subject. 1860.(X-249)

Papers relating to the Reorganization of the Army in India. 1859.(X-250)

Papers relating to the Future Organization of H. M. European Forces serving in India. 1860.(X-251)

Papers relating to the Discontent among the Local Troops in India. 3 Parts. 1860.(X-252)

Reports, 1859-60, of the Military Finance Commission in India. 2 Parts. (X-253)

Questions put to the Government of India on the Subject of the Amalgamation of the Army, with Replies. 1862.(X-254)

Report on the Memorials of Officiers respecting the Plan for the Reorganization of the Indian Army. 1864.(X-255)

Rules and Regulations respecting the Staff Corps. 1865.(X-256)

Papers relating to the Military Finance, &c., of India. 4 Parts. 1866.(X-257)

Report on the Causes of Reduced Mortality in the French Army Serving in Algeria. Map. 1867.(X-258)

Two Reports of Committee on the Duties performed by the British Army in India and the Colonies, aid as to the Employment of Certain Portions of Her Majesty's Native Indian Army in our Coloninal and Military Dependencies; Evidence, Appendix and Index. 1867-68.(X-259)

Military and Budget Estimates and Reports thereon for 1863-67.(X-260)

Papers relating to European and Native Troops in India-strength, Composition, Distribution, Des- cription, &c. 1867.(X-261)

Correspondence, 1869-71, in Reference to Possible Re- ductions in the Indian Military Expenditure.(X-262)

Correspondence respecting the Proposed Changes in the Indian Army System, with Copies of any Dissents. 1885.(X-263)

Correspondence between the Government of India and the Secretary of State, respecting the proposed Changes in the Indian Army System. 1890.(X-264)

Correspondence on the Increase of the Army in India. 1887.(X-265)

Further Papers. 1893-94.(X-266)

Reports on the Effect of the Military Bullet now used in India. 1899.(X-267)

Accounts. Reports Committe on the System of Mili- tary Accounts and Estimates in India; with Evidence. 1881'.(X-268)

Native Troops. Correspondence on the Organization of the Native Army. 1877.(X-269)

Report of Committee on the recent Movement of Indian Native Troops from India to Malta, and on the Employment of European and Indian Native Troops together outside the Limits of India. 1878.(X-270)

Non-Effective Charges. Correspondence. 2 Parts. 1884-85.(X-271)

Transport. Papers relating to Army Transport in India. 1885.(X-277)

Black Mountain. Papers relating to the Expedition against certain Tribes inhabiting the Black Mountain. 1888.(X-273)

Census. Memorandum on the Census of Tndia of 1871-72(X-274)

Condition. Report by Sir James Caird on the Condition of India; with Correspondence. 1880.(X-275)

Currency. Report of Committee on the Causes of the Depreciation of the Price of Silver, and the Effects thereof on the Exchange between India and England; Evidence, Appendix and Index. 1876.(X-276)

Papes, Reports, &c., on the Silver Question, in Continuation of the Above. 2 Parts. 1877.(X-277)

Ditto, further Papers. 1879.(X-278)

Ditto, further Papers. 1885.(X-279)

Correspondence between the British and Indian Government respecting the Silver Question. 2 Parts. 1886-93.(X-280)

Consul's Reports on the Effect of the Depreciation on Mexico. 1893.(X-281)

Ditto, on Prices of Commodities in China. 1893.(X-282)

Repoit of Committee (Lord Herschell) on the Subject of Indian Currency; Evidence, Appendices, Index and Correspondence. 5 Parts. 1893-94.(X-283)

Papers on the Same Subject. 4 Parts. 1893-94.(X-284)

Brussels International Monetary Conference proceedings, Report of Indian Delegates, &c. 3 Parts. 1893-94.(X-285)

Despatch, 25th April 1806, to the Governments of Bengal and Madras dealing with the Coinage of India.(X-286)

Proposals made by the Government of India. Correspondence, 3rd to 24th March 1898.(X-287)

Report of Committee; Evidence, Appendix, Index and Correspondence. 5 Parts. 1899. Diagrams.(X-288)

Education. Minute of Governor-General relative to the College of Fortt William, August 1800, with Statutes of the College.(X-289)

Despatches to the Government of India on the subject of General Education in India, and the execution of Public Work, also sums spent on Native Education since 1834. 3 Parts. 1854-58.(X-260)

Correspondence showing the Progress of the Measures adopted for carrying out the Education Despatch of 19th July 1854. 3 Parts. 1859.(X-291)

Papers respecting Public Instruction at Madras, 1857-8. 1860(X-292)

Minute of the Lieutenant-Governor of Bengal, 19th Nov. 1858, and Notes by the Directors of Public Instruction, on Education in India.(X-293)

Report of Sir A. Grant on the Note of Mr. Monteath respecting the State of Education in India. 1868.(X-294)

Report and Correspondence showing the Progress of Education in India since 1866. 1870.(X-295)

Report by Miss Mary Carpenter on Prison Discipline, and on female Education in India. 1877.(X-296)

Educational Progress, from 1892-93 to 1896-97. Quinquenennial Review, by J. S. Cotton, M. A. Maps.(X-297)

Factory Labour. Report of the Bombay Factory Commission, Jan. 1855.(X-298)

Reports on the Working of the Indian Factory Act, with Correspondence as to its Amendment. 2 Parts. 1889.(X-299)

Report of the Indian Factory Commission, with Abstract of the Evidence. 1891.(X-300)

Despatches as to the Amendment of the Indian Factory Act. 2 Parts. 1891.(X-301)

Regulations in the several Provinces. 1893-94.(X-302)

Report of the Labour Commission on Labour in India and the Colonies, with Appendix on the Migration of Labour. 1893.(X-303)

Correspondence with the Government of India on the Inspection of Factories and on the Factory Inspectors' Reports. 1894.(X-304)

Finance, &c. Papers relating to the Finances of the East India Company and the Trade of India and China.(X-305)

Annual Accounts of the Indian Mints, and Correspondence regarding the qualities of the Trial-Plates, and the removal of Mr. Curnin from his Office of Assay-Master. 1848.(X-306)

Reports, 1859 and 1860, of the Military Finance Commission in India. 2 Parts.(X-307)

Correspondence between the Government of India and the Government of Madras on Proposed Financial Measures in India, and Despatches on the Recall of Sir Charles Trevelyan. 2 Parts. 1860.(X-308)

Papers relating to the General Finances of India and to Expenditure on Railways. 3 Parts. 1861-62.(X-309)

Correspondence respecting the Coinnage of India, the Issue of Papers Currency and the Transfer of the Business of the Government Treasuries to the Banks of Bengal, Madras, and Bombay. 5 Parts. 1860-64.(X-310)

Paper relating to the Financial Measures to be adopted in India, the Provision for Public Works, &c. 1865.(X-311)

Report, Papers, &c., on the subject of Weights and Measures, and the Metric System in India. 3 Parts. 1868-72.(X-312)

Foster's Report on Public Accounts in India. 1866.(X-313)

Report of Connission on the Failure of the Banks of Bombay; with Evidence. 5 Parts. 1869-79.(X-314)

Correspondecne on the Subject of the Review of the Budget Statement of 1869.(X-315)

Reports of Committee on the Finance and Financial Administration of India; Evidence, Appendix and Index. 8 Parts. 1871-74.(X-316)

Report on the Administration of the Income-Tax. 1872.(X-317)

Obsevations by Sir John Strachey on some Questions of Indian Finance. 1874.(X-318)

Correspondence upon the subject of establishing a Council of arbitration to decide disputed ques- tions of account between the Imperial and Indian Governments. 1877.(X-319)

Statements showing the net Revenue and Expenditure of India for 1856-67, and for the years 1867-68 to 1879-80; and Memorandum of Mr. Henry Water- field, explaining the Changes made in the Form of the Accounts of India.(X-320)

Debates in the Legislative Council, 27th Dec. 1877, 6th Jan. and 9th Feb. 1878. 2 Parts.(X-321)

Ditto, 2nd March 1880, on the License Acts Amendment Bill.(X-322)

Ditto on the Income-Tax Acts. 1886.(X-323)

Correspondence regarding the Steps to be taken for a Reduction of the Expenditure of India. 1885.(X-324)

Expenditure. Royal Commission on the Administration of the Expenditure of India. Reports, Evidence, Appendices and Corresponcence. 5 Parts. 1896-1900.(X-325)

Financial Statement of the Government of India for 1879-80; with Speeches and Discussions in the Legislation Council on the Same.(X-326)

Ditto for each Year, 1881-82 to 1889-90. 9 Parts.(X-327)

Ditto for 1890-91 to 1899-1900. 10 Parts.(X-328)

Ditto for the Year 1900-1901.(X-329)

Accounts and Estimates for 1900-1. Explanatory Memorandum by the Secretary of State.(X-330)

Finance and Revenue Accounts of the Government of India for the year 1898-99.(X-331)

Home Accounts for the year 1898-1900.(X-332)

Income and Expenditure under Certain Specified Heads for the Years 1888 to 1899.(X-333)

Fisheries. Correspondence on the Preservation of the India River Fisheries. 1869.(X-334)

Idolatry, &c. Letters from Dr. Clandius Buchanau relative to Mr. Buller's Statements Concerning the Idol Juggernant. 3 Parts. 1813.(X-335)

Papers relating to Mahommedan and Hindoo Worship. 1845.(X-336)

Papers respecting the Connection of the Government of India with Idolatry. 2 Parts. 1849-51.(X-337)

Income Tax. Papers relating to the Administration of the Income Tax and the Evils attending the Assessment and Collection. 1872.(X-338)

Minutes of the Viceroy and Members of his Council on the Withdrawal of the Income Tax in 1873.(X-339)

Proeeding of Council of Governor-General of India, regarding Act No. 2 of 1886, for imposing Tax on Income derived from other Sources than Agriculture. 1886. (X-340)

Land. Papers illustrative of the Charter and Results of the Revenue Survey and Assessment introduced in India since 1833. Map. 1853.(X-341)

Papers respecting the Assessment of the Land Revenue in Chittagong. 1855.(X-342)

Papers, 1840-58, relating to the conferring in per- petuity on Covenanted Officers of the East India Company Grants of Land in the Deyrah Dhoon, North-West Provinces of Bengal, and Claims arising out of the Cancelment of the Grants.(X-343)

Despatches, &c., 1855-58. from the Government of Madras relating to the resumption of Lands held in Enam, with Reply to the Court of Directors.(X-344)

Despatches, 1858 and 1859, relating to the Sale of West Lands, the Redemption of Land Revenue in per- petuity, with opinions thereon submitted by the several local Governments in India. 1862.(X-345)

Further Papers. 1863.(X-346)

Return of Waste Lands sold since the Issue of the New Orders modifying Lord Canning's Rules, and Further Correspondence relating to the Sale of Waste Lands or Redemption of the Land Tax. 1864.(X-347)

Major Sykes' Report on the Land Tenures of the Deccan. 1866.(X-348)

Correspondence, 1865-67, with the Government of India, respecting the Permanent Settlement of the Land Revenue. Map. 1867.(X-350)

Notes on Indian Land Revenue. 1875.(X-350)

Correspondence on the Cadastral Survey in Behar. 1892.(X-351)

Ditto. Further Papers. 1893-94. 2 Parts.(X-352)

Madras Land Revenue. Correspondence. 1900.(X-353)

Special Reports of the Indian Law Commissioners. 7 Parts. 1842-48.(X-354)

Ditto. Index to Reports. 1837 to 1847.(X-355)

Second Report of Commissioners appointed to inquire into the State and Operation of the Law of Marriage. East India Marriages. 1850.(X-356)

Acts passed by the Government of India, from 1836 to 1850, with Indexes. 10 Parts. 1840-52.(X-357)

Four Reports of Commissioners appointed to Consider the Reform of the Judicial Establishments, Ju- dicial Procedure, and Laws of India, &c. 1856.(X-358)

Papers respecting Alleged Cases of Torture by the Police in India, and Report of Commissioners on same Subject. 4 Parts. 1855-57.(X-359)

Papers relating to the Police System in Bengal Pre- sidency. 2 Parts. 1857.(X-360)

Report of Committee appointed to prepare a Scheme for the Amalgamation of the Supreme and the Sudder Courts, Madras. 1860.(X-361)

Charter for the Establishment of the High Court of Calcutta, with Papers relating thereto. 1862.(X-362)

Report of Commissioners appointed to prepare a Body Substantive Law for India. 1864.(X-363)

Papers respecting the Question of a Contract Law for India, and Report of the Indian Law Commis- sioners on the Subject of Contracts. 2 Parts. 1868.(X-364)

Copies of Various Legislative Despatches, 1864 to 1874, and Minute by Mr. John Stuart Mill "on the Assertion of Independent Authority by the Legis- lative Council of India."(X-365)

Correspondence, &c., on the Case of Mr. Fuller and the Case of Mr. Leeds. 1876-77.(X-366)

Correspondence relating to Law Reporting in India; also Correspondence regarding the Grant of a Pension to Mr. D. Sutherland. 1876.(X-367)

Penal Code and Criminal Procedure Code Amendment Acts. Papers relating to Amendment in the Law relating to Sedition and Defamation. 1898.(X-368)

Local Government. Correspondence between the Se- cretary of State for India in Council, the Govern- ment of India, and the various Local Government, on the proposed Measures for the Extension of Local Government in India. 2 Parts. 1883.(X-369)

Native Press. Papers relative to the Public Press in India. 1858.(X-370)

Correspondence between the Government of India and the Secretary of State as to Act No. IX of 1878, "An Act for the Better Control of Publications in 0riental Languages," with Minutes of Council and other Papers. 4 Parts. 1878.(X-371)

Native Princes of India, or their Families, in receipt of Pensions from the British Government. 2 Parts. 1864.(X-372)

Natives. Col'respondellce on the Subject of the Pro- posed Alteration of the Provisions of the Code of Criminal Procedure with respect to jurisdiction. over European British Subjects. 4 Parts. 1883.(X-373)

Further Papers and Correspondence. 2 Parts. 1884.(X-374)

Correspondence on the Appointment of Qualified Natives to certain Posts in the Educational and other Departments hitherto held by Europeans. 1897.(X-375)

Proclamation by the Queen in Council to the Princes, Chiefs, and People of India, published by the Governor-General at Allahabad, 1st November 1858.(X-376)

Annual Statements showing the Moral and Material Progress and Condition of India during the Year 1882-83. No. 19. Maps. 2 Parts.(X-377)

Ditto, for the Years 1883-84 to 1890-91. Nos. 20 to 27.(X-378)

Ditto, for the Year 1891-92. No. 28.(X-379)

Ditto, for the Years 1892-93 to 1897-98. Nos. 29 to 34.(X- 380)

Ditto, for 1898-99. 35th No.(X-381)

Railways. Report of Commissioners on the General Question of the Practicability of introducing Rail- way Communication throughout India. 1846.(X-382)

Correspondence relative to Railway undertakings in India. 2 Parts. 1850-53.(X-383)

Correspondence relating to the Madras Railway Com- pany. 1853.(X-384)

Correspondence relative to the Lines to be selected for the System of Railway Communication in India. 1853.(X-385)

Memorandum by Major Kennedy on the Question of a General System of Railways in India, and Des- patches on the Same Subject. 3 Parts. Maps. 1854-55.(X-386)

Memorandum showing the State and Prospects of Rail- ways in India. Map. 1857.(X-387)

Papers respecting Railways in India. Map. 1857.(X-388)

Report of Committee on the Causes which have led to the Delay in the Construction of Railways in India; Evidence and Index. 1858.(X-389)

Correspondence respecting the Isthmus of Kraw Rail- way. Plans. 1863.(X-390)

Papers respecting the Working Expenses, Capital, &c., of the South Eastern of Bengal, or Mutlah Railway Company, and the Development of Port Canning. 1865.(X-391)

Papers respecting the Extension of Railways in India and their Future Construction and Management, with Report by Mr. Fowler, on the Question of the Most Suitable Gauge for India. 4 Parts. 1869-72.(X-392)

Papers relative to the Proposed Break of Gauge on the Main Line of Railway to Peshawur. 1874.(X-393)

Despatches from the Governor-General relating to Railway Extension in India. 1869.(X-394)

Report on the Subject of Railway Communication be- tween the Mediterranean, the Black Sea, the Persian Gulf. 1871.(X-395)

Contracts since 1859 between the Government and various Companies for the Construction of Rail- ways in India. 1871.(X-396)

Marmagao Railway, Correspondence with the Pro- moters of a Scheme for improving the Harbour of marmagao, and for the Construction of a Railway from that Port to the British Frontier. 1881.(X-397)

Contracts entered into by the Secretary of State for India with any Company for the Construction of Railways in India (in Continuation of No. 3841). 1882(X-398)

Correspondence as to the Formation of the Southern Mahratta Railway Company. 1882.(X-399)

Report of Committee on the Necessity for more Rapid Extension of Railway Communication in India and the Means by which this Object may be best ae- complished, with Special Reference to the Report of the Famine Commissioners, and with due regard to the Financial Condition of India; Evidence, Appendix and Index. 1884. Map.(X-400)

Correspondence between the Secretary of State and the Government or India on the Above Report. 1885.(X-401)

Map showig the new Railways and Roads made or Proposed to be made upon the North-Western Frontier of India. 1885.(X-402)

Extensionn by Private Agency. Terms offered by the Government of India, &c. 1897.(X-403)

Correspondence on Railways in India. 1900.(X-404)

Annual Reports. Administration Report for 1899- 1900. Maps.(X-405)

Ditto. Annual Reports of Sir Juland Danvers, Gov- ernment Director. Maps. 1860 to 1879.(X-406)

Ditto. 1880 to 1898-99. Maps.(X-407)

Statistics. Statistical Information and Maps with reference to India. 1853. 8 Maps.(X-408)

Ditto. 1869. 8 Maps.(X-409)

Statistical Abstract relating to British India, from 1889-90 to 1898-99. 34th Number.(X-410)

Ditto. Nos. 1 to 24, for the years 1840 to 1888-89. 24 Parts.

Ditto. Nos. 25 to 33, for the years 1880 to 1897-98. 9 Parts.(X-412)

Tariff. Correspodence relative to the Indian Tariff Act of 1875. 2 Parts. 1876.(X-413)

Ditto. Dissents and Opinions of Members of the Council of India, Despatches, and Futher Papers, relating to Import Duties on Cotton Goods and other Articles in the Tariff of India. 7 Parts. (X-114)

Cotton Duties. Papers relating to the Indian Tariff Act, 1896, and the Cotton Duties Act, 1896. 2 Parts.(X-415)

Taxation. Acts Passed by the Government of India imposing new Taxation in India, for the Year 1878-79.(X-416)

Telegraphs. Memorials and Papers from Calcutta and Bombay on the Subject of Telegraphic Com- munications between Great Britain, India and Egypt. 1868. Plan. 2 Parts.(X-417)

Trade. Reports of the Reporters of External Com- merce in Bengal, Madras and Bombay for 1811-12. Private Trade.(X-418)

Report from the Boards of Customs and Excise relative to the Expediency of opening the Trade with the East Indies and China. 1812.(X-419)

Report of the Committee of Correspondence to the Directors of the East India Co., on the Trade with India and China. 1813.(X-420)

Second and Third Reports of Commons Committee on the Means of Maintaining and improving For- eign Trade; with Evidence. 1821.(X-421)

Two Reports of Lords Committee on the same Subject; with Evidence. 1821.(X-422)

Reports of Lords Committee on the State of the British Commerce with Asia. 1829.(X-423)

Two Reports of Commons Committee on the Trade be- tween Great Britain, the East Indies and China; Evidence, Appendix and Index. 1830.(X-424)

Papers relating to Trade with India and China, and Information respecting the Consumption, Prices, &c., of Tea in Foreign Countries. 1829.(X-425)

Imports, Exports, Customs, Cotton, &c. 1840.(X-426)

Treaties of Commerce in force between the United Kingdom and Foreign States, with their Customs, Tariff, and Commercial Regulations; and State- ments relative to their Moneys, Weights and Measures, Trade, Manufactures, &c., by John Macgregor. Part 22.---- India, Ceylon, and other Oriental Countries. 1848.(X-427)

Davies' Report on the Trade and Rerouces of the Countries on the North-West Boundary of British India. 1864.(X-428)

Notes on Seistan, and Papers relating to the Trade of India with Eastern Turkestan, or the Countries between it and the Punjaub. Map. 1869.(X-429)

Reports on the Products of India. Part I. Tea and Tobacco Industries. 1874.(X-430)

Part 2. Silk Industry in 1ndia, and Supply of Timber in the Burnmah Markets. 1874.(X-431)

Part 3. Cultivation of and Trade in Jute in Bengal, and Indian Fibres available for the Manufacture of Paper. 1874.(X-432)

Correspondence respecting a Treaty of Commerce be- tween British and Portuguese India. 1881.(X-433)

Review of the Trade in India for 1899-1900.(X-434)

Tables of the Trade of India for the five years 1894-95 to 1898-99, with a Review of Trade in the Year 1898-99.(X-435)

Annual Statements of the Trade of India with British Possessions and Foreign Countries for the Years 1869-70 to; 1897-98. 27 Parts.(X-436)

Wars. 1897-98. Papers respecting British Relations with neighbouring Tribes on the North-West Frontier and Military Operations against them during the Years 1897 and 1898. 2 Parts.(X-437)

Wars on or beyond the Borders of British India, 1900.(X-438)

Widoms. Papers respecting the Burning of Hindoo Widows. 5 Parts. 1821-25.(X-439)

Indigo. Papers respecting Indigo Cultivation in Bengal, with Report of the Commission of In- quiry, Representations of the Planters, and the Replies. 4 Parts, 1861.(X-440)

Further Correspondence, &c., relating to the Disputes between the Indigo Planters and Ryotes of Lower Bengal. 2 Parts.. 1861.(X-441)

Papers relating to the Cultivtion of Indigo and Indigo Contracts. 2 Parts. 1861.(X-442)

Rulers of India.

Burne, O. T. Clyde and Strathmairn. Oxford, 1895.(X-59)

Colvin, A. John Russell Colvin. Oxford, 1895.(X-50)

Cotton, J. S. Elphinstone. Oxford, 1896.(X-60)

Cunningham, H. S. Earl Canning. Oxford, 1892.(X-63)

Griffin, S. L. Raujit Sigh. Oxford, 1905.(X-54)

Hardinge, C. V. Hardinge. Oxford, 1892.(X-47)

Hunter, W. W. The Marquess of Dalhousie. Oxford, 1895.(X-57)

----, ---- The Earl of Mayo. Oxford, 1892.(X-48)

Hutton, W. H. The Marquess Wellesley, Oxford, 1893.(X-53)

Keene, H. G. Madhava Rao Sindhia. Oxford, 1895. (X-62)

Lane-Poole, S. Babar. Oxford, 1899.(X-61)

Malleson, Col. G. B. Lord Clive. Oxford, 1900.(X-55)

Ritchie and Evans. Lord Amherst. Oxford, 1894.(X-49)

Seton-Karr. The Marquess Cornwallis. Oxford, 1893.(X-56)

Stephens, H. M. Albuquerque. Oxford, 1892.(X-58)

Trotter, Capt. L. J. The Earl of Auckland. Oxford, 1893.(X-51)

----, ---- Warren Hastings. Oxford, 1897.(X-52)

Pillai, G. P. Representative Indians. London, 1902.(X-95)

Power, M. Wayside India. London.(X-139)

Raven-Hills. Indian Sketch-Book. London.(X-67)

Reed, S. Royal Tour in India (1905-6) Bombay, 1906.(X-65)

Reynolds-Ball, E. The Tourists' India. London, 1907.(X-10)

Robert, F. M. L. Forty-one Years in India. London, 1898.(X-75-76)

Sacred Books of the East, (Mueller, T. M .).

Beal, S. To-Sho-Hing-Tsan-King (Vol. XIX) Oxford, 1883.(X-181)

Bloomfield, M. Hymns of the Atharvaveda (Vol. XLII) Oxford, 1897.(X-204)

Buehler, G. The Sacred Laws of the Aryas (Vol, XIV ) Oxford, 1882.(X-176)

----, ---- The Sacred Laws of the Aryas (Vol. II) Oxford, 1897.(X-164)

----, ---- The Laws of Mann (Vol. XXV) Oxford, 1886.(X-187)

Cowell, E. B, Buddhist Mahayama Texts (Vol. XLIX) Oxford, 1894.(X-211)

Darmesteter, J. The Zend-Avesta (Vol. XXII) Oxford, 1883.(X-185)

----, ---- The Zend-Avesta (Vol. IV). Oxford, 1881.(X-166)

Devids and Oldenberg. Vinaya Texts (Vol. XIII). Oxford, 1881.(X-175)

----, ---- Vinaya Texts (Vol. XVII). Oxford, 1882.(X-179)

----, ---- Vinaya. Texts (Vol. XX). Oxford, 1885. (X-182)

Davids, T. W. R, The Questions of King Milinda (Vol. XXXV, XXXVI). Oxford, 1894.(X-197-8)

----, ---- Buddhist Suttas (Vol. XI). Oxford, 1900.(X-173)

Eggeling, J. The Satapatha-Brahmana (Vol. XLIII. XLIV) Oxford, 1897-90.(X-205-6)

----, ---- The Satapatha-Brahmana (Vol. XLI). Oxford, 1894.(X-203)

----, ---- The Satapatha-Brahmana (Vol. XXVI). Oxford, 1885.(X-188)

----, ---- The Satapatha-Brahmana (Vol. XII). Oxford, 1882.(X-174)

Fausboell, V. The Dhammapada (Vol. X). 0xford, 1898.(X-172)

Jacobi, H. Gaina Sutras (Vol, XLV). Oxford, 1895.(X-207)

----, ---- Gaina Sutras (Vol. XXII). 0xford, 1884.(X-184)

Jolly, J. The Institutes of Vishnu (Vol. VII). Oxford, 1880.(X-170)

----, ---- The Minor Law-Books (Vol. XXXIII). Oxford, 1889.(X-195)

Kern, H. The Sadsharma-Pundarika (Vol. XXI). Oxford, 1884.(X-183)

Legge, J. The Sacred Books of China (Vol. XVI). Oxford, 1882.(X-178)

----, ---- The Sacred Books of China (Vol. XXII, XXVIII). Oxford, 1885.(X-189-90)

----, ---- The Sacred Books of China (Vol. XXXIX). Oxford, 1891.(X-201-2)

----, ---- The Sacred Books of China (Vol. III). Oxford, 1899.(X-165)

Mills, L. A. The Zend Avesta (Vol. XXXI). 0xford, 1887.(X-193)

Mueller, F. M. The Upanishads (Vol. 1). Oxford, 1900.(X-163)

----, ---- The Upanishads (Vol, XV). Oxford, 1900.(X-177)

----, ---- Vedic Hymns (XXXII). 0xford, 1891.(X-194)

Oldenberg, H. Vedic Hymns (Vol. XLIII). 0xford, 1892.(X-208)

----, ---- The Grihya-Sutras (Vol. XXIX, XXX). Oxford, 1892.(X-191-2)

Palmer, E. H. The Quran (Vol. VI, IX). Oxford, 1900.(X-168-9)

Telang, K. J. The Bhagavadgita (Vol. III). 0xford, 1898.(X-171)

----, ---- The Vedanta-Sutras (Vol. XXXVIII). Oxford, 1890.(X-196)

----, ---- The Vedanta-Sutras (Vol. XXXVIII, Part II). Oxford, 1899.(X-200)

----, ---- The Vedanta-Sutras (Vol. XIVIII, Part III). Oxford, 1904.(X-210)

West, E. W. Pahlavi Texts (Vol. V). 0xford, 1880.(X-167)

----, ---- Pahlavi Texts (Vol. XIVII). 0xford, 1897.(X-209)

----, ---- Pahlavi Texts (Vol. XXIV). 0xford, 1885.(X-186)

----, ---- Pahlavi Texts (Vol. XVII1). 0xford, 1882.(X-180)

----, ---- Pahlavi Texts (Vol. VXXVII). Oxford, 1892.(X-199)

Sewell, R. A Forgotten Empire. London, 1900. (X-94)

Smith, A. The Early History of India. 0xford, 1904.(X-24)

Sorabji, C. Love and Life behind the Purdah. London.(X-100)

----, ---- Sun-Babies. London, 1904.(X-142)

Steevens, G. W. India. Edinburg and London.(X-155)

Strachy, S. J. India; Its Administration and Progress. London, 1903. (X-161)

Taraporevala, D. B. Bombay Through a Camera.(X-74)

Thoronton, C. M. Parsi, Jaina and Sikh, 1898.(X-136)

Thurston, E. Ethonographic Notes in Southern India. Madras, 1906.(X-72)

Trotter, L. J. History of India under Queen Victoria. London, 1886.(X-120-21)

Truebner. India, Ceylon, Straits Settlements, British North Boornes, Hongkong. Two Maps. (The British Empire Series. No. I). London, 1899.(X-119)

Twigg, H. J, R, Carpet-making in the Bombay Presidency. 1907.(X-66)

Wardle, S. T. Kashimir; Its New Silk Industry etc. London, 1904.(X-44)

Wheeler, S. History of the Delhi Coronation Durbar. (X-46)

Wilmot-Buxton, E. M. The Book of Rustem. London, 1907.(X-38)

Workman, F. B. In the Ice World of Himalaya. London, 1900.(X-37)

Young, K. M, Helhi 1857. Its Seige Assault and Capture. London, 1902.(X-43)

Yusuf-Ali. Life and Labour in India. London, 1907.(X-71)