The Presidencies of British India: Bombay

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The Presidencies of British India: Bengal, Bombay and Madras 

The Presidencies of British India II: Bengal, Bombay and Madras


Published in 1887 by Edmund C. Cox (Trinity College, Cambridge; Bombay District Police) is this ‘tolerably full account of the process by which the West of India came under the British flag’, focusing, in this edition, on the events that took place in Bombay. A useful resource for an historical overview of the Bombay presidency.

The 27 chapters of the book are linked below:

 


To follow soon, an overview of:


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