The Cambridge History of India

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ADMINISTRATIVE DEVELOPMENT 18181858
1
The law member
7
Relations of the Company and the board
13
Competitive examinations
19
Madras during the Mutiny
27
DISTRICT ADMINISTRATION IN MADRAS 18181857
38
Troubles in the Circars
39
PAGE
43
CHAPTER XXI
379
The Civil Procedure and Criminal Procedure Codes
385
The Hindu joint family
392
The White Mutiny
395
The RussoAfghan Boundary Commission
397
The Imperial Service Troops
401
General position in 18656
408
Delimitation of the northern Afghan frontier
409

Landrevenue system
44
Agriculture
48
Inam tenures
50
Jails
56
DISTRICT ADMINISTRATION IN BENGAL 18181858
58
Taxation
62
Education
68
Public works and other departments
74
DISTRICT ADMINISTRATION IN THE UNITED
75
The landrevenue settlement
81
The famine of 18768
85
CHAPTER VI
95
Curzons reforms
96
PAGE
97
Warren Hastingss policy
102
SOCIAL POLICY TO 1858
121
By Sir H VERNEY LOVETT K C S I late Reader in Indian History
144
Services in the Persian Gulf and elsewhere
151
CHAPTER IX
153
The reorganisation of 1796
159
Local and irregular units
165
Railway and telegraph
171
Sir Colin Campbells march to Lucknow
196
Sir Hugh Roses campaign
205
The administrative and Durand lines
214
Subsequent changes in the governorgenerals council
230
The home governments control of legislation
237
Crime and police
241
Limits of the presidency
245
The bhadralok
251
Landrevenue in Sind
257
Judicial organisation
259
Port trusts
263
The Strachey Commission
268
Scheduled districts
278
Famines
284
Cooperative credit
291
Early famines in India
298
Methods of relief
300
The growth of resistance to famine conditions
306
CHAPTER XVIII
314
CHAPTER XIX
335
ADMINISTRATIVE DEVELOPMENT 18581918
357
The finance department
363
The schools
364
The question of simultaneous examinations
371
Mayo and Sher Ali
414
Progress of western influences
418
Tibet
426
Chamberlains mission
432
The Third Burmese
443
Jacobs policy
455
Difficulties of tribal control
456
Later developments
461
The Durand agreement
462
Tribal customs and the jirga system
472
Attitude of the home government
476
Indecision of the authorities
482
The position at Agra
489
Kashmir
495
The rendition of Mysore
501
Attitude of the civil population
502
The Imperial Service Troops
507
The village headman
513
The Bengal Local SelfGovernment Act
520
The East India Companys petition
525
Reform in Bombay
526
Ripons reforms in the municipalities
534
Female education
538
The principle of election
545
The partition agitation in Bengal
551
Gokhale accepts the reforms
557
Tayler at Patna
560
Mintos proposals
563
The debates
569
Allahabad
574
PAGE
575
The Second Afghan
578
CHAPTER XXXIII
587
The Council of India
591
Montagus visit to India
593
The Council of State
599
The Amendment Act of 1869
601
The Mesopotamia Commission
620
Abdurrahman
624
Montagus visit to India
634
The Cawnpore massacres
636
Marine surveys
639
Relations with Kalat
640
Hindu testamentary powers
643
THE INDIAN GOVERNMENTS 18581918
645

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