A Man of the Enlightenment in Eighteenth-century India: The Letters of Claude Martin, 1766-1800
Among All The Colourful Figures Of Eighteenth Century India, Claude Martin (1735-1800) Stands Out As One Of The Most Extraodinary. To Read His Letters, Collected Here For The First Time, Is To Enter The Mind Of A Man Of The Enlightenment, French By Birth, But Who Served The British For Most Of His Adult Life.
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FROM MONGHYR TO LUCKNOW
THE NAJAFGARH ESTATE
A MAGNET FOR ARTISTS
LETTERS FROM NAJAFGARH
FRIENDS IN ENGLAND
WARS AND DISPUTES
THE BARREL ORGAN AND THE PUPPET THEATRE
THE SECOND ROHILLA WAR 1794
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