The Cambridge History of the British Empire, Volume 7

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CUP Archive, 1933
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Contents

ADMINISTRATIVE DEVELOPMENT 18181858
1
The law member
7
Recall of the governorgeneral
13
Competitive examinations
19
Police organisation
28
Dacoity
34
DISTRICTADMINISTRATION IN MADRAS 18181857
38
Courts of law
44
The famine of 18967
307
CHAPTER XVIII
314
Currency and the fall in silver
320
Revenues 191314
327
War finance
333
The dispatch of 1854 118
337
General position in 18656
339
Female education
345

tenures
51
Civil surgeons
57
Taxation
63
Police system
69
DISTRICT ADMINISTRATION IN THE UNITED
75
The landrevenue settlement
81
The nonregulation system
87
John Lawrences administration
93
PAGE
97
David Hare
99
Ram Mohan Roys petition
105
Macaulays minute m
111
Policy of religious toleration
122
Sacrifice of children at Sagar Island
128
Careys description
134
Ram Mohan Roys petition
140
Growth of the Marine 174072
147
CHAPTER IX
153
The reorganisation of 1796
159
Local and irregular units
165
Dalhousies annexations
171
Mutiny at Delhi
177
Wheeler at Cawnpore
183
Outram joins Havelock
189
Kashmir
191
The storm of Delhi
195
Lawrence at Lucknow
198
Mutiny in Central India
201
Parliamentary bills
207
The Amendment Act of 1869
214
The Mesopotamia Commission
220
CHAPTER XII
226
Subsequent changes in the governorgenerals council
230
Slowness of progress 117
232
The home governments control of legislation
237
CHAPTER XIII
245
Tenancy legislation
251
Landrevenue in Sind
257
Port trusts
263
Moplah rebellions
268
Communications in the province
274
Landrevenue administration
280
Forests
286
The district officer
292
The Orissa famine
298
The famine of 18768
300
Curzons reforms
351
CHAPTER XX
357
The finance department
363
Exchange compensation allowances
371
CHAPTER XXI
379
The Civil Procedure and Criminal Procedure Codes
385
The Hindu joint family
392
Transference of the Companys armies
395
The Imperial Service Troops
401
Russian expansion
407
Salisburys policy
414
The reoccupation of Kabul
420
The RussoAfghan Boundary Commission
423
The AngloRussian Entente
429
Thibaws accession
435
The government of Lower Burma
441
Ripons settlement 421
447
Reforms 18728
453
Policy of the Second Afghan War 422
454
The administrative and Durand lines
458
Tribal risings of 1897
466
Land tenures
472
Failure to take advantage of the initial enthusiasm
478
Revolutionary attempts
485
Their constructive interpretation
491
Successions in the Indian states
497
Common economic interests
503
Mintos change of policy
509
Famine relief
515
Comparative failure of the rural boards
521
Reform in Madras
528
Ripon s reforms in the municipalities
534
CHAPTER XXIX
538
The Act of 1892
545
Unrest in the Panjab
553
Hindu character of the extremist movement
559
Morleys criticisms
565
Budget procedure
572
Further restrictions on the press
574
Indians in South Africa
581
CHAPTER XXXIII
587
The heads of provinces scheme
594
Communal representation
600
Chronological Table
635
The Bihar famine 300
636
Jails 73
648

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