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‎(Indian Political Pamphlets)‎

‎Bombay, Madras & Aundh: Various Publishers, ca. 1940s. Two vols. Cloth-backed binder's boards (with original wraps bound in). Paginated variously. Contains: 1. G. S. BHARGAVA, "Leaders of the Left." Bombay: Meherally Book Club, (1951). 16mo. Wraps. 72 p. 1st ed. 2. Yusuf MEHERALLY. Leaders of India. Bombay: Padma Publications Ltd. (1943). 16mo. Wraps. 70 p. Current Topics Series No. 2. 4th ed. 3. D. K. RANGNEKAR & S. K. Parukh. Congress-Communist Tangle. Bombay: National Youth Publications, (1945). 16mo. Wraps. 26 p. 1st ed. 4. Dr. TENDULKAR. Nation Betrayed?: A Case against Communists; Their Own Evidence. Bombay: Provisional Congress Committee, (1946) 16mo. Wraps. 25 p. 2nd ed. Review copy, with slip (SIGNED by Tendulkar) laid in. 5. Soli BATLIWALA. Facts versus Forgery: Traitorous Role Played by the Communist Party Exposed. Bombay: National Youth Publications, (1946). 16mo. Wraps. 33 p. 1st ed. Review copy, with slip laid in. 6. A COMMUNIST. Whither Communists?: Confessions by a Communist - Glaring Light on the Inside Affairs and the Betrayal Policy of the Communist Party - A Communist's Plea for His Party Dissolution. Bombay: National Youth Publications, (1945). 16mo. Wraps. 24 p. 1st ed. 7. M. L. DANTWALA. Gandhism Reconsidered. Bombay: Padma Publications Ltd, (1945). 16mo. Wraps. 64 p. Revised & enlarged edition. 8. M. R. MASANI. Socialism Reconsidered. Bombay: Padma Publications Ltd, (1944). 16mo. Wraps. 55 p. With errata slip tipped in. 1st ed. 9. C. RAJAGOPALACHARI. Reconciliation Why and How: A Plea for Immediate Action. Bombay: Hind Kitabs, (1945). 16mo. Wraps. 40, 3 p. 2nd edition, with a postscript. 10. C. V. RAJAGOPALACHARI. Why Should Congress Go? Foreword by Khasa Subba Row. Madras, (1952). 16mo. Wraps. 48 p. 1st ed. 11. S. K. PATIL. The Indian National Congress: A Case for Its Reorganisation. Aundh: Aundh Publishing Trust, 1945. 16mo. Wraps. 71 p. 1st ed.‎

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‎(No. 2.). A Bill to Enable the Right Honourable Henry Viscount Hardinge to Receive the Full Benefit of an Annuity of Five Thousand Pounds, Granted to Him By the East India Company.‎

‎London, House of Commons. 1846. 2pp. Folio. Paper wrappers. Disbound British Parliamentary paper. HC 315. Viscount Hardinge's Annuity (No.2). Prepared and brought in by Mr. Hogg, Mr. Astell and Mr.Lyall. A very clean copy.‎

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‎2) Brigid Keenan: Travels in Kashmir. A popular history of its people, places and crafts. 1990, 226 p., pb. 10.- 3) Indian tales & legends. Retold by J.E.B. Gray. 1992, 230 p., pb.10.- 6) Carpet Sahib. A life of Jim Corbett (Tiger hunter) by M. Booth. 1991. 290 p., pb. 12.- 8) Sri Aurobindo: The future evolution of man. 1963, 160 p. 10.- 10) The light of Asia, being life & teachings of Gautama ... founder of Buddhism. 142 p.8.- 11) Gregg, R.: Self-Transcendence. 1956, 224 p.15.- 15) Sriykteswar Giri , S.J.: Kaibalaya Darshanam. The holy science. 1957, XIX + 75 p. 8.- 16) Levy, J.: The nature of man according to the vedanta. 1956. 101 p., cloth. 20.- 17) Wheeler, T.: West Asia on a shoestring. 1986, 368 p., paperback. 10.- 19) India 1963. Annual Review. London 1963. 251 p., ill. 15.- 20) Wheeler, M.: The indus civilization. Cambridge Hist. of India, Suppl. Vol. 1953, 98 p., ill., cloth. 22.- 21) Spear, P.: India, Pakistan and the west. 'The Home University'. 1949. 232 p. 12.- 22) Radhakrishnan: The Hindu view of life. London 1961, 92 p., pb. 8.- 26) Yesudian, S. & Haich, E.: Yoga and Health. London 1953, 190 p., bound. 20.- 27) Homage to Khajuraho. 2nd ed. 1962. 68 p., ill. , in-4°. 12.- 28) Dey, M.: Birbhum Terracottas. 1959. 52 p., ill., gr. in-4°, cloth. Fr. 15.- 29) Handbook for travellers in India & Pakistan Burma & Ceylon. Incl. Portuguese & French possessions & Indian States. 16th ed. London 1949. 792 p. + maps 30.- 30) Hunter, W.W.: A Brief history of the Indian peoples. 1907. 260 p.+ map, cloth. / + 2 smaller publ. 15.- 31) Davies, C.: An historical atlas of the Indian Peninsula. Oxford 1953, 96 p., ill. 10.-‎

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‎50 Years Preaching And Practice in the Punjab‎

‎Overseas Missions Committee of the Presbyterian Church of New Zealand 1959 Paperback. Fair.‎

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‎5000 JAHRE KUNST AUS INDIEN. (Ausstellung vom) 14. Mai bis 30. September 1959 in Villa Hügel, Essen. (2. Aufl.).‎

‎Essen, Villa Hügel, 1959. Gr.-8vo. 430 S. Mit 6 farb. Taf., 1 ausfaltbarem Plan u. sehr zahlr. fotogr. Abb. im Text. OKart.‎

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‎[ARTILLERY] Antique Bronze Cannons and Mortars. ORIGINAL 19th CENTURY TINTED LITHOGRAPH PRINT.‎

‎Fine original 19th century tinted lithograph. Image size ca. 160 mm X 220 mm. Paper size ca. 240 mm X 315 mm. Artists’ and Publisher’s names printed below image. In overall very good condition. (Some foxing; traces of pencil marks on verso.) - - We offer more prints from this series. Write for a full list. - - Several of the finest bronze cannon and mortar barrels which were captured in the East Indies by the soldiers of the First-, Second-, and Third Dutch Expedition Force (1846, 1847, and 1849 respectively) were brought to the Netherlands as a gift to the King. In 1880, the artists father and son van Looy made an elaborately detailed and delicately executed set of lithographs, drawn on stone, of practically the entire booty. The prints were pulled by the famous stone-lithographers firm of S. Lankhout & Co., of The Hague, and published in 1881 by Publisher Gouda Quint, of Arnhem. Beautifully decorative. Scarce.‎

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‎Fine original 19th century tinted lithograph. Image size ca. 160 mm X 220 mm. Paper size ca. 240 mm X 315 mm. Artists’ and Publisher’s names printed below image. In overall very good condition. (Some foxing; very light pencil mark.) - - Several of the finest bronze cannon and mortar barrels which were captured in the East Indies by the soldiers of the First-, Second-, and Third Dutch Expedition Force (1846, 1847, and 1849 respectively) were brought to the Netherlands as a gift to the King. In 1880, the artists father and son van Looy made an elaborately detailed and delicately executed set of lithographs, drawn on stone, of practically the entire booty. The prints were pulled by the famous stone-lithographers firm of S. Lankhout & Co., of The Hague, and published in 1881 by Publisher Gouda Quint, of Arnhem. Beautifully decorative. Scarce.‎

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‎[ARTILLERY] Antique Bronze Cannons and Mortars. ORIGINAL 19th CENTURY TINTED LITHOGRAPH PRINT.‎

‎Fine original 19th century tinted lithograph. Image size ca. 220 mm X 160 mm. Paper size ca. 315 mm X 240 mm. Artists’ and Publisher’s names printed below image. In overall very good condition. (Spot; miniature triangular stamp just touching image area.) - - Several of the finest bronze cannon and mortar barrels which were captured in the East Indies by the soldiers of the First-, Second-, and Third Dutch Expedition Force (1846, 1847, and 1849 respectively) were brought to the Netherlands as a gift to the King. In 1880, the artists father and son van Looy made an elaborately detailed and delicately executed set of lithographs, drawn on stone, of practically the entire booty. The prints were pulled by the famous stone-lithographers firm of S. Lankhout & Co., of The Hague, and published in 1881 by Publisher Gouda Quint, of Arnhem. Beautifully decorative. Scarce.‎

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‎[ARTILLERY] Antique Bronze Cannons and Mortars. ORIGINAL 19th CENTURY TINTED LITHOGRAPH PRINT.‎

‎Fine original 19th century tinted lithograph. Image size ca. 220 mm X 160 mm. Paper size ca. 315 mm X 240 mm. Artists’ and Publisher’s names printed below image. In overall very good condition. (Miniature triangular stamp just touching image area.) - - Several of the finest bronze cannon and mortar barrels which were captured in the East Indies by the soldiers of the First-, Second-, and Third Dutch Expedition Force (1846, 1847, and 1849 respectively) were brought to the Netherlands as a gift to the King. In 1880, the artists father and son van Looy made an elaborately detailed and delicately executed set of lithographs, drawn on stone, of practically the entire booty. The prints were pulled by the famous stone-lithographers firm of S. Lankhout & Co., of The Hague, and published in 1881 by Publisher Gouda Quint, of Arnhem. Beautifully decorative. Scarce.‎

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‎[ARTILLERY] Antique Bronze Cannons and Mortars. ORIGINAL 19th CENTURY TINTED LITHOGRAPH PRINT.‎

‎Fine original 19th century tinted lithograph. Image size ca. 220 mm X 160 mm. Paper size ca. 315 mm X 240 mm. Artists’ and Publisher’s names printed below image. In overall very good condition. (Spot outside image area.) - - Several of the finest bronze cannon and mortar barrels which were captured in the East Indies by the soldiers of the First-, Second-, and Third Dutch Expedition Force (1846, 1847, and 1849 respectively) were brought to the Netherlands as a gift to the King. In 1880, the artists father and son van Looy made an elaborately detailed and delicately executed set of lithographs, drawn on stone, of practically the entire booty. The prints were pulled by the famous stone-lithographers firm of S. Lankhout & Co., of The Hague, and published in 1881 by Publisher Gouda Quint, of Arnhem. Beautifully decorative. Scarce.‎

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‎[ARTILLERY] Antique Bronze Cannons and Mortars. ORIGINAL 19th CENTURY TINTED LITHOGRAPH PRINT.‎

‎Fine original 19th century tinted lithograph. Image size ca. 220 mm X 160 mm. Paper size ca. 315 mm X 240 mm. Artists’ and Publisher’s names printed below image. In overall very good condition. (Some pronounced spots; miniature triangular stamp just touching image area.) - - Several of the finest bronze cannon and mortar barrels which were captured in the East Indies by the soldiers of the First-, Second-, and Third Dutch Expedition Force (1846, 1847, and 1849 respectively) were brought to the Netherlands as a gift to the King. In 1880, the artists father and son van Looy made an elaborately detailed and delicately executed set of lithographs, drawn on stone, of practically the entire booty. The prints were pulled by the famous stone-lithographers firm of S. Lankhout & Co., of The Hague, and published in 1881 by Publisher Gouda Quint, of Arnhem. Beautifully decorative. Scarce.‎

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‎Fine original 19th century tinted lithograph. Image size ca. 220 mm X 160 mm. Paper size ca. 315 mm X 240 mm. Artists’ and Publisher’s names printed below image. In overall very good condition. (Miniature triangular stamp just touching image area.) - - Several of the finest bronze cannon and mortar barrels which were captured in the East Indies by the soldiers of the First-, Second-, and Third Dutch Expedition Force (1846, 1847, and 1849 respectively) were brought to the Netherlands as a gift to the King. In 1880, the artists father and son van Looy made an elaborately detailed and delicately executed set of lithographs, drawn on stone, of practically the entire booty. The prints were pulled by the famous stone-lithographers firm of S. Lankhout & Co., of The Hague, and published in 1881 by Publisher Gouda Quint, of Arnhem. Beautifully decorative. Scarce.‎

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‎[ARTILLERY] Antique Bronze Cannons and Mortars. ORIGINAL 19th CENTURY TINTED LITHOGRAPH PRINT.‎

‎Fine original 19th century tinted lithograph. Image size ca. 220 mm X 160 mm. Paper size ca. 315 mm X 240 mm. Artists’ and Publisher’s names printed below image. In overall very good condition. (Miniature triangular stamp just touching image area.) - - Several of the finest bronze cannon and mortar barrels which were captured in the East Indies by the soldiers of the First-, Second-, and Third Dutch Expedition Force (1846, 1847, and 1849 respectively) were brought to the Netherlands as a gift to the King. In 1880, the artists father and son van Looy made an elaborately detailed and delicately executed set of lithographs, drawn on stone, of practically the entire booty. The prints were pulled by the famous stone-lithographers firm of S. Lankhout & Co., of The Hague, and published in 1881 by Publisher Gouda Quint, of Arnhem. Beautifully decorative. Scarce.‎

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‎[ARTILLERY] Antique Bronze Cannons and Mortars. ORIGINAL 19th CENTURY TINTED LITHOGRAPH PRINT.‎

‎Fine original 19th century tinted lithograph. Image size ca. 160 mm X 220 mm. Paper size ca. 240 mm X 315 mm. Artists’ and Publisher’s names printed below image. In overall good condition. (Very spotted; miniature triangular stamp just touching image area.) - - Several of the finest bronze cannon and mortar barrels which were captured in the East Indies by the soldiers of the First-, Second-, and Third Dutch Expedition Force (1846, 1847, and 1849 respectively) were brought to the Netherlands as a gift to the King. In 1880, the artists father and son van Looy made an elaborately detailed and delicately executed set of lithographs, drawn on stone, of practically the entire booty. The prints were pulled by the famous stone-lithographers firm of S. Lankhout & Co., of The Hague, and published in 1881 by Publisher Gouda Quint, of Arnhem. Beautifully decorative. Scarce.‎

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‎[ARTILLERY] Antique Bronze Cannons and Mortars. ORIGINAL 19th CENTURY TINTED LITHOGRAPH PRINT.‎

‎Fine original 19th century tinted lithograph. Image size ca. 160 mm X 220 mm. Paper size ca. 240 mm X 315 mm. Artists’ and Publisher’s names printed below image. In overall very good condition. (Miniature triangular stamp just touching image area.) - - Several of the finest bronze cannon and mortar barrels which were captured in the East Indies by the soldiers of the First-, Second-, and Third Dutch Expedition Force (1846, 1847, and 1849 respectively) were brought to the Netherlands as a gift to the King. In 1880, the artists father and son van Looy made an elaborately detailed and delicately executed set of lithographs, drawn on stone, of practically the entire booty. The prints were pulled by the famous stone-lithographers firm of S. Lankhout & Co., of The Hague, and published in 1881 by Publisher Gouda Quint, of Arnhem. Beautifully decorative. Scarce.‎

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‎[ARTILLERY] Antique Bronze Cannons and Mortars. ORIGINAL 19th CENTURY TINTED LITHOGRAPH PRINT.‎

‎Fine original 19th century tinted lithograph. Image size ca. 160 mm X 220 mm. Paper size ca. 240 mm X 315 mm. Artists’ and Publisher’s names printed below image. In overall very good condition. - - Several of the finest bronze cannon and mortar barrels which were captured in the East Indies by the soldiers of the First-, Second-, and Third Dutch Expedition Force (1846, 1847, and 1849 respectively) were brought to the Netherlands as a gift to the King. In 1880, the artists father and son van Looy made an elaborately detailed and delicately executed set of lithographs, drawn on stone, of practically the entire booty. The prints were pulled by the famous stone-lithographers firm of S. Lankhout & Co., of The Hague, and published in 1881 by Publisher Gouda Quint, of Arnhem. Beautifully decorative. Scarce.‎

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‎[ARTILLERY] Antique Bronze Cannons and Mortars. ORIGINAL 19th CENTURY TINTED LITHOGRAPH PRINT.‎

‎Fine original 19th century tinted lithograph. Image size ca. 160 mm X 220 mm. Paper size ca. 240 mm X 315 mm. Artists’ and Publisher’s names printed below image. In overall very good condition. (Miniature triangular stamp just touching image area.) - - Several of the finest bronze cannon and mortar barrels which were captured in the East Indies by the soldiers of the First-, Second-, and Third Dutch Expedition Force (1846, 1847, and 1849 respectively) were brought to the Netherlands as a gift to the King. In 1880, the artists father and son van Looy made an elaborately detailed and delicately executed set of lithographs, drawn on stone, of practically the entire booty. The prints were pulled by the famous stone-lithographers firm of S. Lankhout & Co., of The Hague, and published in 1881 by Publisher Gouda Quint, of Arnhem. Beautifully decorative. Scarce.‎

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‎[ARTILLERY] Antique Bronze Cannons and Mortars. ORIGINAL 19th CENTURY TINTED LITHOGRAPH PRINT.‎

‎Fine original 19th century tinted lithograph. Image size ca. 160 mm X 220 mm. Paper size ca. 240 mm X 315 mm. Artists’ and Publisher’s names printed below image. In overall very good condition. (Spots; miniature triangular stamp just touching image area.) - - Several of the finest bronze cannon and mortar barrels which were captured in the East Indies by the soldiers of the First-, Second-, and Third Dutch Expedition Force (1846, 1847, and 1849 respectively) were brought to the Netherlands as a gift to the King. In 1880, the artists father and son van Looy made an elaborately detailed and delicately executed set of lithographs, drawn on stone, of practically the entire booty. The prints were pulled by the famous stone-lithographers firm of S. Lankhout & Co., of The Hague, and published in 1881 by Publisher Gouda Quint, of Arnhem. Beautifully decorative. Scarce.‎

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‎[ARTILLERY] Antique Bronze Cannons and Mortars. ORIGINAL 19th CENTURY TINTED LITHOGRAPH PRINT.‎

‎Fine original 19th century tinted lithograph. Image size ca. 160 mm X 220 mm. Paper size ca. 240 mm X 315 mm. Artists’ and Publisher’s names printed below image. In overall good condition. (Very spotted; miniature triangular stamp just touching image area.) - - Several of the finest bronze cannon and mortar barrels which were captured in the East Indies by the soldiers of the First-, Second-, and Third Dutch Expedition Force (1846, 1847, and 1849 respectively) were brought to the Netherlands as a gift to the King. In 1880, the artists father and son van Looy made an elaborately detailed and delicately executed set of lithographs, drawn on stone, of practically the entire booty. The prints were pulled by the famous stone-lithographers firm of S. Lankhout & Co., of The Hague, and published in 1881 by Publisher Gouda Quint, of Arnhem. Beautifully decorative. Scarce.‎

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‎[ARTILLERY] Antique Bronze Cannons and Mortars. ORIGINAL 19th CENTURY TINTED LITHOGRAPH PRINT.‎

‎Fine original 19th century tinted lithograph. Image size ca. 160 mm X 220 mm. Paper size ca. 240 mm X 315 mm. Artists’ and Publisher’s names printed below image. In overall fine condition. (Few marginal small spots; miniature triangular stamp outside image area.) - - Several of the finest bronze cannon and mortar barrels which were captured in the East Indies by the soldiers of the First-, Second-, and Third Dutch Expedition Force (1846, 1847, and 1849 respectively) were brought to the Netherlands as a gift to the King. In 1880, the artists father and son van Looy made an elaborately detailed and delicately executed set of lithographs, drawn on stone, of practically the entire booty. The prints were pulled by the famous stone-lithographers firm of S. Lankhout & Co., of The Hague, and published in 1881 by Publisher Gouda Quint, of Arnhem. Beautifully decorative. Scarce.‎

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‎[ARTILLERY] Antique Bronze Cannons and Mortars. ORIGINAL 19th CENTURY TINTED LITHOGRAPH PRINT.‎

‎Fine original 19th century tinted lithograph. Image size ca. 160 mm X 220 mm. Paper size ca. 240 mm X 315 mm. Artists’ and Publisher’s names printed below image. In overall fine condition. (Miniature triangular stamp just touching image area.) - - Several of the finest bronze cannon and mortar barrels which were captured in the East Indies by the soldiers of the First-, Second-, and Third Dutch Expedition Force (1846, 1847, and 1849 respectively) were brought to the Netherlands as a gift to the King. In 1880, the artists father and son van Looy made an elaborately detailed and delicately executed set of lithographs, drawn on stone, of practically the entire booty. The prints were pulled by the famous stone-lithographers firm of S. Lankhout & Co., of The Hague, and published in 1881 by Publisher Gouda Quint, of Arnhem. Beautifully decorative. Scarce.‎

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‎[ARTILLERY] Antique Bronze Cannons and Mortars. ORIGINAL 19th CENTURY TINTED LITHOGRAPH PRINT.‎

‎Fine original 19th century tinted lithograph. Image size ca. 220 mm X 160 mm. Paper size ca. 315 mm X 240 mm. Artists’ and Publisher’s names printed below image. In overall very good condition. (Spots; miniature triangular stamp just touching image area.) - - Several of the finest bronze cannon and mortar barrels which were captured in the East Indies by the soldiers of the First-, Second-, and Third Dutch Expedition Force (1846, 1847, and 1849 respectively) were brought to the Netherlands as a gift to the King. In 1880, the artists father and son van Looy made an elaborately detailed and delicately executed set of lithographs, drawn on stone, of practically the entire booty. The prints were pulled by the famous stone-lithographers firm of S. Lankhout & Co., of The Hague, and published in 1881 by Publisher Gouda Quint, of Arnhem. Beautifully decorative. Scarce.‎

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‎[ARTILLERY] Antique Bronze Cannons and Mortars. ORIGINAL 19th CENTURY TINTED LITHOGRAPH PRINT.‎

‎Fine original 19th century tinted lithograph. Image size ca. 220 mm X 160 mm. Paper size ca. 315 mm X 240 mm. Artists’ and Publisher’s names printed below image. In overall very good condition. (Spots; miniature triangular stamp just touching image area.) - - Several of the finest bronze cannon and mortar barrels which were captured in the East Indies by the soldiers of the First-, Second-, and Third Dutch Expedition Force (1846, 1847, and 1849 respectively) were brought to the Netherlands as a gift to the King. In 1880, the artists father and son van Looy made an elaborately detailed and delicately executed set of lithographs, drawn on stone, of practically the entire booty. The prints were pulled by the famous stone-lithographers firm of S. Lankhout & Co., of The Hague, and published in 1881 by Publisher Gouda Quint, of Arnhem. Beautifully decorative. Scarce.‎

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‎[Sale Catalogue]. Exploration and Travel with Visions of India‎

‎8vo., First Edition, with coloured and monochrome photographs throughout; pictorial wrappers, a fine copy.‎

‎[Toulon. Manuscrit. 1788]. Journal des fêtes célébrées à Toulon et des honneurs rendus aux Ambassadeurs de Tipoo-Saïb, Souverain dans l’Inde, lors de leur arrivée en cette rade, pendant leur séjour et à leur départ de cette ville.‎

‎Sans lieu 1788 1 vol. Sans lieu, 1788. Manuscrit in-folio (33 x 21 cm) de (22) pp. à 29 lignes par page, chagrin brun janséniste, dos à nerfs, titre doré, rose intérieure (Canape-Belz).‎

‎Relation inédite et manuscrite de la première mission diplomatique envoyée par un prince indien à une puissance européenne, l’ambassade de Tipû Sâhib (1750-1799, un des principaux opposants à l'installation du pouvoir britannique en Inde qui lui valut le surnom de « tigre de Mysore ») débarquée à Toulon le 9 juin 1788 - récit attribué au commissaire-général de la Marine Gentien Nicolas Rangeard de la Germonière (Blois 1739-1813).Présentation des armes et réception par le Marquis de Castellet directeur Général de l’Arsenal de Toulon accompagné « de plusieurs autres officiers de la Marine tous en grand uniforme ; dans ce moment neuf carrosses se trouvaient préparés pour les conduire, ainsi que tous les gens de leur suite à l’hôtel de Mr. le Commandant »; visites des Corps de la Marine, de la Fonderie Royale, description des costumes et moeurs culinaires des ambassadeurs, représentations à la "Salle de Spectacle" de Richard Coeur de Lion, Aremia ou les Sauvages, l’Étoile d’Orient « accompagnée de plusieurs artifices de différentes espèces », ballets, Exercice de la Joute composé de six bateaux jouteurs, bal à l’Hôtel de l’Intendance etc.Document rare sur une ambassade extraordinaire assez peu renseignée par ailleurs de la bibliothèque de Raoul Hippolyte Edmond Rangeard de La Germonière avec cette note autographe signée : « Récit manuscrit trouvé dans les papiers de mon G.d Père de la Germonnière, H. de La Germonière février 1889 ». Manuscrit d’une grande lisibilité établi dans une élégante reliure signée Canape-Belz.‎

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‎A Bill ( As Amended By the Committee) for Continuing the East India Company, for a Further Term‎

‎London, House of Commons. 1813. 47pp. Folio. British Parliamentary Paper HC313 together with EAST INDIA COMPANY'S CHARTER BILL. CLAUSES ADDED ON THE RE-COMMITMENT. 1813. 6pp.Parliamentary papers of this period are rare. It was not until 1836 that provision was made for their sale to the public. A clean copy. East India Company granted trading rights in Asia between the River Indus & Penang.‎

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‎A Bill ( As Amended By the Committee) for Continuing the East India Company, for a Further Term‎

‎London, House of Commons. 1813. 52pp. Folio. British Parliamentary Paper HC328.Parliamentary papers of this period are rare. It was not until 1836 that provision was made for their sale to the public. A clean copy. East India Company granted trading rights in Asia between the River Indus & Penang.‎

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‎A Bill ( As Amended on Re-Commitment) for Continuing in the East India Company, for a Further Term, the Possession of the British Territories in India‎

‎London, House of Commons. 1813. 50pp. Folio. British Parliamentary Paper HC327 .Parliamentary papers of this period are rare. It was not until 1836 that provision was made for their sale to the public. A clean copy. East India Company granted trading rights in Asia between the River Indus & Penang.‎

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‎A Bill (As Amended By the Committee) for the Further Regulation of Trade to and from Places Within the Limits of the Charter of the East India Company. . . . .‎

‎London, House of Commons. 1821. 5pp. Folio. British Parliamentary Paper HC640 .Parliamentary papers of this period are rare. It was not until 1836 that provision was made for their saLe to the public. A clean copy. The Bill allows the East India Company the power to issue licenses for trade with all ports upon the continent of Asia from the River Indus to Malacca or its factory at Bencoolen and its dependencies which included its port at Sigapore founded in 1818.‎

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‎A Bill (As Amended By the Committee) to Consolidate and Amend the Several Laws Now in Force with Respect to Trade from and to Places Within the Limits of the Charter of the East India Company, and for Making Further Provision with Respect to Such Trade‎

‎London, House of Commons. 1823. 17pp. Folio. British Parliamentary Paper HC455 .Parliamentary papers of this period are rare. It was not until 1836 that provision was made for their sale to the public. A clean copy. The Bill allows the East India Company the power to issue licenses for trade with all ports upon the continent of Asia from the River Indus to Malacca or its factory at Bencoolen and its dependencies which included its port at Sigapore founded in 1818.‎

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‎A Bill (As Amended By the Committee) to Consolidate and Amend the Several Laws Now in Force with Respect to Trade from and to Places Within the Limits of the Charter of the East India Company, and for Making Further Provision with Respect to Such Trade‎

‎London, House of Commons. 1823. 15pp. Folio. British Parliamentary Paper HC528 .Parliamentary papers of this period are rare. It was not until 1836 that provision was made for their sale to the public. A clean copy. The Bill allows the East India Company the power to issue licenses for trade with all ports upon the continent of Asia from the River Indus to Malacca or its factory at Bencoolen and its dependencies which included its port at Sigapore founded in 1818.‎

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‎A Bill for Continuing the East India Company, for a Further Term‎

‎London, House of Commons. 1813. 39pp. Folio. British Parliamentary Paper HC300.Parliamentary papers of this period are rare. It was not until 1836 that provision was made for their sale to the public. A clean copy. East India Company granted trading rights in Asia between the River Indus & Penang.‎

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‎A Bill for Enabling the East India Company to Raise Money in the United Kingdom for the Service of the Governmentof India.‎

‎London, House of Commons. 1858. i pp + 3pp. Folio. Paper wrappers. Disbound British Parliamentary Paper. Bill 9. East India Loan. A very clean copy.‎

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‎A Bill for Establishing High Courts of Jubicature in India‎

‎London, House of Commons. 1861. 7pp. Folio. Paper wrappers. British Parliamentary paper. Bill 163. A clean copy.‎

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‎A Bill for Further Regulating the Payment of the Salaries to the Judges of His Majesty's Courts in India, and the Bishop of Calcutta; and for Authorizing the Transportation of Offenders from the Island of Saint Helena‎

‎London, House of Commons. 1825. 10pp. Folio. British Parliamentary Paper HC177 .Parliamentary papers of this period are rare. It was not until 1836 that provision was made for their sale to the public. A clean copy. The Bill proposes that the East India Company be allowed to transport prisoners from its possessions in Sumatra, Singapore, Malacca & St Helena. Singapore & Malacca cease to be factories and are annexed to Penang.‎

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‎A Bill for Granting to His Majesty a Sum of Money, to Be Raied By Exchequer Bills, and to Be Advanced and Applied in the Manner and Upon the Terms . . . For the Relief of the United Company of Merchants of England Trading to the East Indies.‎

‎London, House of Commons. 1810. 3pp. Folio. Paper wrappers. Disbound British Parliamentary Paper. HC 337. (East India Affairs.). Ordered to be printed 2d June 1810. Lords of the Treasury may issue £.1,500,00 Exchequer Bills, etc. A very clean copy. Parliamentary papers of this period are rare. It was not until 1836 that provision was made for their sale to the public.‎

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‎A Bill for Improving the Administration of Criminal Justice in the East Indies‎

‎London, House of Commons. 1828. 34pp. Folio. Paper wrappers. British Parliamentary Paper HC395. A very clean copy. Review of criminal law in East India Campany territories. Parliamentary papers of this period are rare. It was not until 1836 that provision was made for their sale to the public.‎

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‎A Bill for Punishing Mutiny and Desertion, and for the Better Payment of the Army and Their Quarters.‎

‎London, House of Commons. 1847. 3pp Arrangement of Clauses + 59pp. Folio. Paper wrappers. Disbound British Parliamentary Paper. HC 173. Mutiny. Prepared and brought in by Mr. Greene, Mr. Secretary at War, the Paymaster-General and Ward and the Judge Advocate. A very clean copy.‎

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‎A Bill for Repealling the Duties of Customs Payable on Goods, Wares and Merchandize, Imported Into Great Britain from Any Port Or Place Within the Limits of the Charter Granted to the United Company of Merchants of England Trading to the East Indies. . . .‎

‎London, House of Commons. 1813. 29pp. Folio. British Parliamentary Paper HC38.Parliamentary papers of this period are rare. It was not until 1836 that provision was made for their sale to the public. A clean copy.‎

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‎A Bill for the Further Regulation of the Trade to and from Places Within the Limits of the Charter of the East India Company‎

‎London, House of Commons. 1813. 3pp. Folio. British Parliamentary Paper HC36.Parliamentary papers of this period are rare. It was not until 1836 that provision was made for their sale to the public. A clean copy. East India Company granted trading rights in Asia between the River Indus & Penang.‎

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‎A Bill for the Further Regulation of Trade to and from Places Within the Limits of the Charter of the East India Company (Except the Dominions of the Emperor of China) and Ports Or Places Beyond the Limits of the Said Charter,,,‎

‎London, House of Commons. 1813. 3pp. Folio. British Parliamentary Paper HC36 .Parliamentary papers of this period are rare. It was not until 1836 that provision was made for their sale to the public. A clean copy. The Bill allows the East India Company the power to issue licenses for trade with all ports upon the continent of Asia from the River Indus to Malacca or its factory at Bencoolen and its dependencies which included its port at Sigapore founded in 1818.‎

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‎A Bill for the Further Regulation of Trade to and from Places Within the Limits of the Charter of the East India Company. . . . .‎

‎London, House of Commons. 1821. 3pp. Folio. British Parliamentary Paper HC568 .Parliamentary papers of this period are rare. It was not until 1836 that provision was made for their sale to the public. A clean copy. The Bill allows the East India Company the power to issue licenses for trade with all ports upon the continent of Asia from the River Indus to Malacca or its factory at Bencoolen and its dependencies which included its port at Sigapore founded in 1818.‎

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‎A Bill for the Relief of the Representatives of Persons Who Have Died Intestate in the Presidency of Madras, in the East Indies, and for the Relief of Suitors of the Supreme Court of Judicature at Madras .‎

‎London, House of Commons. 1833. 2pp. Folio. Paper wrappers. Disbound. British Parliamentary paper. HC 276. Re: Gilbert Ricketts, Esq. who died insolvent in 1817, having obtained intestate estates and effects in course of his duties as Registrar of the Court of Madras. Some light staining to edging otherwise a clean copy. Parliamentary papers of this period are rare. Provision of their sale to the public were not made until 1836.‎

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‎A Bill Further to Regulate the Trade of Ships Built and Trading Within the Limits of the East India Company's Charter.‎

‎London, House of Commons. 1840. 6pp. Folio. Paper wrappers. British Parliamentary Paper. HC 520. A clean copy.‎

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‎A Bill Intituled an Act for Marriages in India.‎

‎London, House of Commons. 1851. 10pp + 10pp (as amended in Committee). Folio. Paper wrappers. British Parliamentary Papers. Marriages (India). HC 453 and HC 531. Marriage of Christians in India may be solemnised under this Act, etc. Very clean copies.‎

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‎A Bill Intituled an Act to Amend Certain Enactments Relating to the Government of India, and to Remove Doubts As to the Validity of Certain Orders in Council Made for India.‎

‎London, House of Commons. 1916. 8pp. Folio. Paper wrappers. Disbound British Parliamentary Paper. Bill 83. Government of India (Amendment). (H.L.) .With two Schedules. Brought from the Lords 3 August 1916. A very clean copy.‎

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‎A Bill Intituled an Act to Consolidate Enactments Relating to the Government of India.‎

‎London, HMSO. 1915. vii + 67pp. Folio. Paper wrappers British Parliamentary Paper. Government of India (H.L.). (121). The Bill consolidates the existing LAW contained in a series of ACTS of PARLIAMENT dating from 1770 relating to the GOVERNMENT of INDIA. Neat library mark on cover. A very clean copy.‎

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‎A Bill Intituled an Act to Continue the Operation of an Act of 7th Year of His Present Majesty . Respecting the Appointment of Writers in the Service of the East India Company : And to Amend the Provisions . So Far As They Relate to Period in Residence‎

‎London, House of Commons. 1829. 2pp. Folio. Disbound. British Parliamentary Paper. HC 116. Title continues "College, as a Qualification for certain Offices." Parliamentary papers of this period are rare. It was not until 1836 that provision was made for their sale to the public.‎

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‎A Bill Intituled an Act to Enable Guaranteed Railway Companies in India and the Secretary of State for India in Council to Enter Into Agreements with Respect to the Working of Railways, and with Respect to Telegraphs, and to Confer Upon These Companies . .‎

‎London, House of Commons. 1879. ipp + 5pp + ipp + 4pp (as amended in Committee). Folio. Paper wrappers. Disbound British Parliamentary Papers. Bill 192 and Bill 234. Railways and Telegraphs in India. (H.L.). With named Indian railway companies. Brought from the Lords May 1879. Very clean copies.‎

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‎A Bill Intituled an Act to Extend the Period Allowing Importation from & Exportations to the Places Within the Limits of the Charter of the East India Company, in Ships Not of British Built, Until 1st January 1815.‎

‎London, House of Lords. 1813. 2pp. Folio. Paper wrappers. Disbound. British Parliamentary Paper. (16.) Dated 10 December 1813. A clean copy. Parliamentary papers of this period are rare. It was not until 1836 that provision was made for their sale to the public.‎

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