The Company-State: Corporate Sovereignty and the Early Modern Foundations of the British Empire in India

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All manuscript and archival citations are from the India Office Records (IOR), Asia, Pacific and Africa Collections (formerly Oriental and India Office Collections), British Library, unless otherwise indicated.


Unpublished Sources
Add.MSAdditional Manuscripts, Manuscript Collections, British Library
EgEgerton Manuscripts, Manuscripts Collections, British Library
GLGuildhall Library Manuscripts, London Metropolitan Archives
Harl.Harleian Manuscripts, Manuscripts Collections, British Library
King’sKing’s Manuscripts, Manuscripts Collections, British Library
LambethLambeth Palace Library Archives
LansdowneLansdowne Manuscripts, Manuscripts Department, British Library
NASNational Archives of Scotland
NLSNational Library of Scotland
MS. Rawl.Rawlinson Manuscripts, Bodleian Library, Oxford University
MSSEurEuropean Manuscripts, Asia, Pacific, and Africa Collections, British Library
PAParliamentary Archives of the United Kingdom
SloaneSloane Manuscripts, Manuscripts Collections, British Library
StoweStowe Manuscripts, Manuscripts Collections, British Library
TNANational Archives of the United Kingdom (formerly PRO)
YaleBeinecke Rare Books and Manuscript Library, Yale University

Printed Records
BSGeorge Forrest, ed., Selections from the Letters, Despatches, and Other State Papers Preserved in the Bombay Secretariat, 2 vols. (Bombay: Government Central Press, 1887).

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