The East India Company: A History

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STUDIES IN MODERN HISTORY

General editors: John Morrill and David Cannadine
This series, intended primarily for students, will tackle significant historical issues in concise volumes which are both stimulating and scholarly. The authors combine a broad approach, explaining the current state of our knowledge in the area, with their own research and judgements: and the topics chosen range widely in subject, period and place.
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Table of contents

  • Studies in Modern History ii
  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • List of Maps vii
  • Preface viii
  • Chapter Four - The Company''s Expanding Universe- 1709-48 64
  • Notes 85
  • Postscript 164
  • Bibliography 167
  • Maps 179
  • Index 183
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