The History of British Indiaby James Mill
Pub. Date: 12/01/1975
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
severely criticising the conduct of those involved in the successive stages of India's conquest/i>
James Mill exhibits the culture of the Indian peoples together with the physical influences arising out of the climate of the country. With the editorial assistance of Orientalist Horace Hayman, this edition narrates the delineation of the Hindu civilization,
severely criticising the conduct of those involved in the successive stages of India's conquest and administration.
Table of ContentsBook VI. From the Establishment of the New Constitution for the Government of India, Ao. 1784, to the Termination of the War with the Mahrattas, Ao. 1805: 1. Administration of Mr. Macpherson; 2. The trial of Mr. Hastings; 3. Arrangement about troops and money with the Nabob of Oude; 4. Cornwallis takes the command; 5. Lord Cornwallis's financial and judicial reforms; 6. Result of Lord Cornwallis's financial and judicial reforms; 7. Proceedings in parliament relative to the renewal of the Company's charter in 1793; 8. Lord Mornington Governor-General; 9. Situation of Oude, as left by Lord Teignmouth, highly satisfactory to the Home Authorities; 10. The Nabob of Surat deposed; 11. Two sets of princes, connected with the English; 12. Objects to which the operations of the army in the north were to be directed; 13. Necessity inferred of curbing Holkar; Index.
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