2 edition of central authority in British India, 1774-1784 found in the catalog.
central authority in British India, 1774-1784
|Other titles||A study of the relations of the supreme council with the government|
|LC Classifications||DS473.3 D3 1931|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||10368|
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Get this from a library. The central authority in British India, ; a study of the relations of the Supreme Council with the Madras government under the Regulating Act of. [Amar Prasad Dasgupta]. The Central Authority In British India, The Central Authority In British India, by A P Dasgupta.
Publication date (which gave Bengal primcay over the other Presidencies in India but vested the Governor General with insufficient authority).
The book is an account of the conflicts and tensions between the. The Central Authority In British India, 07/ by A P (which gave Bengal primcay over the other Presidencies in India but vested the Governor General with insufficient authority). The book is an account of the conflicts and tensions between the Presidenciues, with special reference to Madras Presidency, which led to.
Title - The Central Authority in British India, Author - Dasgupta, A. Language - sanskrit Pages - Publication Year - Barcode 4 SELECTION OF LEADING CASES (PART - I) - HINDU LAW Author/Editor/Translator: Publisher: University of Calcutta Language: English.
According to Wilks Haidar’s ambassadors „Aly Zeman Khan” and „Mhedee Aly Khan” arrived at Madras in December (M. Wilks, Historical Sketches of the South of India, II (London, ), p.nt.). „Medij Alichan” therefore seems identical with Mehdi Ali Khan. Google ScholarAuthor: Jan van Lohuizen.
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The Governor-General of India (or, from tothe Viceroy and Governor-General of India) was the head of the British administration in India, and later, after Indian independence, the representative of the monarch and de facto head of state.
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It uses sources from Britain, France and the Netherlands to examine ideas of authority, resistance and religious purity. Memoir by Paul Slack, posted 11 April 41 In, respectively, P. Langford, ‘British politeness and the progress of western manners: an eighteenth-century enigma’, Transactions of the Royal Historical Society, 6 th ser., 7 (), 53–72; P.
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