The men who ruled India / by Philip Woodruff.


New York : St. Martin's Press, 1954- .

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Subjects Inde -- Histoire -- 1526-1765.
Inde -- Histoire -- 1765-1947 (Occupation britannique)
India -- History -- 1526-1765 -- Biography.
India -- History -- British occupation, 1765-1947 -- Biography.
India.
Description volumes : illustrations, portraits, maps ; 23 cm
Copyright Date 1954-
Notes Includes bibliographical references (volume 1, pages 382-388).
Also issued online.
Contents volume 1. The founders of modern India -- I. Under the Moguls 1600-1751: 1. William Hawkins: The first servant of the Company -- 2. The king's ambassador -- 3. The great Mogul (Akbar and successors) -- 4. A journey from Agra to Surat -- 5. The English house at Surat -- 6. Rebellion at Bombay -- 7. Madras: the enlightened presidency -- 8. Job Charnock -- 9. War in the south -- II. The revolution 1751-1798: 1. The revolution in Bengal -- 2. One of the worst (William Bolts) -- 3. Some of the best: Vansittart, Verelst -- 4. Warren Hastings -- 6. Sir John Shore and the land revenue -- 6. The world of William Hickey -- 7. A country station -- 8. The India shore left -- III. The golden age 1798-1858: 1. Munro and the peasant settlement -- 2. Malcolm and central India -- 3. Elphinstone and the Marathas -- 4. Across India: with Heber, with Jacquemont -- 5. Bombay: Jonathan Duncan, Mountstuart Elphinstone, Boy Malcolm -- 6. Some evils ended: human sacrifice, burning widows, strangling travellers -- 7. Metcalfe and the supreme post -- 8. Fort William and Haileybury -- 9. Thomason and the settlement of the north-west: an outspoken service, Robert Bird, James Thomason -- 10. Before the deluge -- 11. The titans of the Punjab: The first Sikh war and the Regency, Edwardes and Bannu, The rule of the titans -- 12. The mutiny: the Sepoy army, the causes of the great mutiny, the savagery on both sides, the civilian's part in Hindustan, the civilian's part in the Punjab.
volume 2. The guardians.
Genre Biography.
History.
Geographic Area India
Network Numbers (OCoLC)1580853
(OCoLC)ocm01580853
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Mason, Philip, 1906-1999.
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