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COLONIAL DISCOURSES
Series Three: Colonial Fiction, 1650-1914

Part 1: General Works and Fiction from India, from the British Library, London

REEL 1


GENERAL WORKS RELATING TO COLONIAL POLICY, INDIA AND EMPIRE


Woodes Rogers, A Cruising Voyage Round the World (London, 1712)
Emily Brittle, The India Guide: or, Journal of a voyage to the East Indies in 1780
(Calcutta, 1785)
Patrick Colquhoun, A Treatise on the Wealth, Power and Resources of the British Empire (London, 1814)

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Adam White, Considerations on the state of British India… Colonization, Missionaries, the State of the Press… (Edinburgh, 1822)
Marianne Postans (aftw Young), Western India in 1838 (London, 1839)
William Wilson Hunter, England’s work in India (Madras, 1840)

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Marianne Postans (aftw Young), Cutch; or, Random sketches taken during a residence in ...Western India (London, 1839)
Marianne Postans (aftw Young), Facts and Fictions, illustrative of Oriental character (London, 1844)
J A Roebuck, The Colonies of England (London, 1849)

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Helen Mackenzie, Life in the Mission, the Camp and the Zenana; or, Six years in India (London, 1853)
Colin Campbell, Narrative of the Indian Revolt (London, 1858)
Fanny Peile, History of the Delhi Massacre (Liverpool, 1858)

REEL 5


Adelaide Case, Day by Day at Lucknow. A journal of the siege of Lucknow (London, 1858)
Katherine Helen Maud Diver, The Englishwoman in India…. (London, 1864)
Subahdar Sitarama, From Sepoy to Subador, being the lives and adventure of a native officer of the Bengal army (Lahore, 1873)
John Shaw Banks, Three Indian Heroes: the missionary, the statesman, the soldier
[Carey, Lawrence, Havelock] (London, 1874)
Henrietta Lloyd, Hindu women: with glimpses into their life and zenanas (London, 1882)
Julia Haldane, Story of Our Escape from Delhi (Agra, 1888)
Mrs M H Ouvry, A lady’s diary before and during the Indian Mutiny [1854-58] (Lymington, 1892)

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James Anthony Froude, Oceana; or, England and Her Colonies (London, 1886)
Joseph Chamberlain, Speeches and other works: Foreign and Colonial speeches (London, 1897)
Herbert Henry Asquith, Speeches: Trade and Empire: Mr Chamberlain’s proposals examined in four speeches (London, 1903)
John Atkinson Hobson, Imperialism: a study (London, 1902)

REEL 7


Radhabinod Pal, A glimpse of Zenana life in Bengal (Calcutta, 1904)
Thottakadu Ramakrishna, Early reminiscences (np, 1907)
Mary A Cunningham Siccar, Probhaboti. A peep behind the purdah of a Bengali home (Lillooah, 1910)
Elizabeth Goodnow, The Harim and Purdah: Studies of Oriental women (London, 1915)
Milly Cattell, Behind the Purdah, or, the lives and legends of our Hindu sisters (Calcutta, 1916)
J A Cramb, Reflections on the Origin and Destiny of Imperial Britain (London, 1915)
Flora Annie Steel, The Garden of Fidelity; being the autobiography of Flora Annie Steel (London, 1929)

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INDIAN FICTION


Frances Sheridan, The History of Nourjahad (Dublin, 1767)
The Indian adventurer; or, History of Mr Vanneck (London, 1780)
Sophia Goldsbourne, Hartly House, Calcutta (London, 1789)
Frances Sheridan, The History of Nourjahad (London, 1814)
William Hockley Browne, Pandurang Hari (London, 1826)

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William Hockley Browne, The English in India (London, 1828)

REEL 10


Philip Meadows Taylor, Confessions of a thug (London, 1839)

REEL 11


Philip Meadows Taylor, Tippoo Sultan: a tale of the Mysore War (London, 1840)

REEL 12


William Hockley Browne, The memoirs of a Brahmin (London, 1843)
Michael Madhusudana Data, The Captive Ladie. An Indian tale (Madras, 1849)

REEL 13


Mary Andrews Denison, The silver hand: or, the Mahratta prophecy.
A story of land and sea
(Boston, 1864)
Philip Meadows Taylor, Tara, a Mahratta tale (London, 1863)

REEL 14


Philip Meadows Taylor, Ralph Darnell (London, 1865)

REEL 15


Philip Meadows Taylor, Seeta (London, 1872)
Philip Meadows Taylor, The story of my life [Edited by his daughter, Miss A M Taylor] (London, 1877)

REEL 16


Leopold Paget, Camp and Cantonment: A Journal Of Life in India (London, 1865)
James Grant, First Love & Last Love: A Tale of the Indian Mutiny (London, 1868)
Augusta Marryat, Lost in the Jungle. A story of the Indian Mutiny (London, 1877)

REEL 17


M M Dutt, The Meghnad Badha, or the death of the Prince of Lanka. A tragedy in five acts (Calcutta, 1879)
Bengaliana: a dish of rice and curry, and other indigestible ingredients (Calcutta, 1880)
Bankim Chander Chatterji, Durgesa Nandini, or, the chieftan’s daughter. A Bengali romance [Translated by C C Mookerjee] (Calcutta, 1880)
Bankim Chander Chatterji, [Visha-vriksha] The Poison Tree. A tale of Hindu life in Bengal [Translated by Miriam S Knight] (London, 1884)
Bankim Chander Chatterji, Kopal-Kundala: a tale of Bengal life [Translated by H A D Phillips] (London, 1885)

REEL 18


G A Henty, With Clive in India: or, the beginnings of an empire (London, 1893)
G A Henty, Rujub the Juggler (London, 1893)

REEL 19


Bithia Mary Croker, Diana Barrington. A romance of Central India (London, 1888)
Mary Abbott, The Beverleys: a story of Calcutta (Chicago, 1890)

REEL 20


M L Dube, The adventures of a Sepoy [A translation of the Hindustani tale by Khwush-dil] (Agra, 1892)
W H Picken, From an Indian Zenana. The story of Lydia Muttulakshmi (London, 1892)
Sara Jeanette Duncan (aftw Cotes), The story of Sonny Sahib (London, 1894)
Kripabai Sathianandhan, Kamala, a Story of Hindu Life (Madras, 1894)
Flora Annie Steel, Tales of the Punjab, told by the people (London, 1894)

REEL 21


Shevantibai Nikambe, Ratanbai: A Sketch of a Bombay High Caste Hindu Young Wife (London, 1895)
F Anstey [Pseudonym of Thomas Anstey Guthrie], Baboo Bungsho Jaberjee (London, 1897)
Lucy Taylor, Sahib and Sepoy; or, Saving an Empire: A tale of the Indian Mutiny (London, 1897)

REEL 22


Bankim Chander Chatterji, Krishna Kanta’s Will [Translated by Miriam S Knight] (London, 1895)
Bankim Chander Chatterji, The Two Rings [Translated by Rakhal Chandra Banerjee] (Calcutta, 1897)
Bankim Chander Chatterji, Chandra Shekhar: a Bengali novel [Translated by Monmath Nath Ray Chowdhury] (Calcutta, 1895)
Bankim Chander Chatterji, The Abbey of Bliss [Translated by Naris Chandra Sen-Gupta] (5th edition, Calcutta, 1906)
Bankim Chander Chatterji, Radharani [Translated by Rabindra Chandra Maulik] (Calcutta, 1910)
Bankim Chander Chatterji, Indira, and other stories [Translated by J D Anderson] (Calcutta, 1918)
Bankim Chander Chatterji, Sree. An episode from ’Sitaram’ [Translated by P N Bose and H W B Moreno] (Calcutta, 1918)
Bankim Chander Chatterji, The Two Rings and Rad harani [Translated by Dakshina Charan Roy] (Calcutta, 1920)

REEL 23


Romesh Dutt, [Samasara] The lake of palms. A story of Indian domestic life (London, 1902)
Romesh Dutt, The slave girl of Agra: An Indian historical romance (London, 1909)
A Madhaviah, Thillai Govindan’s miscellany (Madras, 1905)
A Madhaviah, The story of the Ramayana (London, 1914)
A Madhaviah, Clarinda (London, 1915)

REEL 24


Noni Chatterji, The story of Noni Chatterji. A tale of Zenana life in Simla (London, 1903)
Helen Bourchier, The white lady of the Zenana (London, 1904)
M Venkatesaiya Nayadu, The Princess Kamala: or, a model wife (Madras 1904)
Bithia Mary Croker, The Company’s Servant. A romance of Southern India (London, 1907)

REEL 25


S M Mitra, Hindupore. A peep behind the Indian unrest. An Anglo-Indian romance (London, 1909)
Sarath Kumer Ghose, The Prince of Destiny, the new Krishna (London, 1909)
Thottakadu Ramakrishna, The dive for death. An Indian romance (London, 1911)
Arthur Lee Knight, Told in the Indian twilight. Mahratta fairy tales. (London, 1913)

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Flora Annie Steel, A tale of Indian heroes: being the stories of the Mahabharata and the Ramayana (London, 1923)
Flora Annie Steel, Indian scene. Collected short stories (London, 1933)
Flora Annie Steel, Dramatic history of India (29 playlets) (Bombay, 1917):
Comprising:

1. The promised land. 2. The Mahabharata. 3. The parricides. 4. A Great conqueror. 5. The rivals. 6. The Indian constantine. 7. A house not made with hands. 8. The golden age. 9. The gifts of the king. 10. The idol-breaker. 11. The resistance of the Rajputs. 12. The builders. 13. The strategy of Padmani. 14. The invasion of Timur. 15. The pledge. 16. A child's memory. 17. Akbar's resolve. 18. The first foothold. 19. Jahangir and Nurjahan. 20. A surgeon's fee. 21. Sivaji's stratagem. 22. A tyrant's death-bed. 23. Calico. 24. The column of dupleix. 25. Clive. 26. Princess Krishna Kumari. 27. Empty empire. 28. A breathing space. 29. The empire.


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John Austin Dury Philips, Pariah and Brahmin: a story of the Home Civil Service (London, 1914)
A Madhaviah, Lieut Panju, a modern Indian (Madras, 2nd edition, 1920)
Katherine Maud Diver, Far to seek. A romance of England and India (Edinburgh, 1921)

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INDIAN POETRY


Rev H H Millman (ed), The Mahabharata, Ramayana and other verse (Oxford, 1835)
Ralph Thomas Hotchkin Griffith, Scenes from the Ramayana [of Valmiki] (Benares, 1868)
Toru Dutt, A sheaf gleaned in French fields (London, 1876)
Toru Dutt, Ancient ballads and legends of Hindustan (London, 1882)

REEL 29

Edwin Arnold, The Light of Asia (London, 1879)
Edwin Arnold, Indian poetry [translations of great works of Indian poetry] (London, 1881)
Mehir Muneer: a poem in three cantos. By a Brahmin girl (Madras, 1893)
Manomohana Ghosha et al, Primavera: Poems, by four authors [Binyon, Cripps, Ghosh and Phillips] (Oxford, 1890)
Manomohana Ghosha, Love songs and elegies (np, 1890)
Valmiki, Ramayana, selections and extracts [Translated by Romesh Dutt] (London, 1899)
R B Dutt, The Fruits of Leisure: a galaxy of morals (Allahabad, 1902)



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