3 edition of Speeches & documents on Indian policy, 1750-1921. found in the catalog.
Speeches & documents on Indian policy, 1750-1921.
Arthur Berriedale Keith
|Series||World"s classics -- 231-232|
|LC Classifications||DS446.3 K4|
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18 9 Vols., Delhi, 19 P. vii. 20 The list is on pp. The note on reorganization is at pp. 21 Inthere were the following High Courts: Allahabad (United Provinces). 21 & 22 Victoria c Government of India Act. Note: Extracts only, with some annotations. THE Government of the territories now in the possession or under the Government of the East India Company, and all powers in relation to Government vested in or exercised by the said Company in trust for Her Majesty, shall cease to be vested in or exercised by the said Company; and all.
Professor Berriedale Keith in his two volumes of Speeches and Documents on Indian Policy,published by Humphrey Milford in the " Worlds Classics Series." The selection is interesting and valuable as showing the thorough recognition in pre-War days by Indian speakers and thinkers of the benefits India has derived from.Rahim, M.
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