The East India Company: A History

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Index
Adyar, battle of ( 1746), 83
Afghanistan, 147
Africa, 2, 7-8, 10, 71
Agra, 27, 161
Aix-la-Chapelle, peace of ( 1748), 84
Akbar, Mogul emperor, 26
Amboina, massacre of ( 1623), 31-2, 39, 89
America, English colonies in, 9, 98-101
revolutionary war, 127
Andrews, K.R., 10
Antwerp, 4
Arabian Sea, 68
Arbuthnot, Sir A.J., 87
Arcot, battle at, 84
Nawab of, 111
Armenia, 12, 71
army, see East India Company
Assam, 157
Atlantic, trade in, 18
Auber, Peter, 126, 141
Aungier, Gerald, 47, 49
Aurangzeb, Mogul emperor, 49-50
Austrian Succession, war of ( 1740-48), 83, 87
Awadh, 112-13, 134, 142, 161
Baghdad, 126
Baksar, battle of ( 1764), 112
Banda Islands, 4, 24
Bank of England ( 1694), 52-4, 79
Banks, Joseph, 98
Bantam, 46
Basra, 46, 67
Bay of Bengal, 47, 49-50, 68
Bayly, Chris, 70, 150, 162
Beckford, William, 101
Benares, 113
Bengal, 66-70, 79, 84, 86, 89, 92-3, 100, 103-10, 112-13, 115, 122, 136, 140, 148
army in, 133, 160-2
Asiatic Society for, 114
Gazette and Calcutta General Advertizer, 114
Permanent Settlement in ( 1793), 130-1
supreme court of, 114, 121
Bentinck, William, 147, 150-3, 155, 158
Best, Thomas, 27
Bihar, 106-8
Bligh, William, 98
Bombay, 46-50, 66-70, 79, 108, 113, 116, 136, 148
annexations by, 142
army in, 133, 161
and 'marine' of, 47
Bowen, Huw, 78, 106, 165

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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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