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Author Great Britain. Royal Commission on Historical Manuscripts.

Title Report on the Palk manuscripts in the possession of Mrs. Bannatyne, of Haldon, Devon.

Published London : H. M. Stationery off., 1922.


Location Call No. Status
 UniM Bail  942 E58    AVAILABLE
Physical description 2 preliminary leaves, iii-lxxvii, 477 pages ; 25 cm
Notes At head of title: Historical manuscripts commission.
"Prepared for the commissioners, at the suggestion and with the co-operation of the India office, by Colonel H. D. Love."--2d prelim. leaf.
"The Palk manuscripts in the possession of Mrs. Bannatyne consist mainly of letters addressed to Sir Robert Palk from the time when he relinquished the governorship of Madras in 1767 down to the end of 1786 ... The majority of the communications were sent from Fort St. George, Madras, but some are from other parts of the southern presidency, some from Bengal, and a few from Bombay."--p. iii.
Other author Love, Henry Davison, 1852-1924, editor.
Palk, Robert, Sir, bart., 1717-1798.
Bannatyne, Emily Gertrude Wilson.
Great Britain. India Office.
Subject India -- History -- British occupation, 1765-1947 -- Sources.