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COLONIAL DISCOURSES
Series Three: Colonial Fiction, 1650-1914

Part 2: General Works and Fiction from India from the British Library

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INDIAN FICTION


Helenus Scott, The adventures of a rupee. (London, 1782)
Amir Dihlavi Khusrau, The tale of the four Durwesh. (Calcutta, 1813)
Mary Martha Butt (aftw Sherwood), The history of little Henry & his bearer (2nd ed.) (Wellington, 1815)
Mary Martha Butt (aftw Sherwood), The Ayah and Lady. An Indian story. (Dublin, 1816)
Henry Robert Addison, Traits and stories of Anglo-Indian life. (London, 1858)
George Otto Trevelyan, The competition wallah. (London, 1864)

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Anon, The Nabob, or Asiatic plunderers. (London, 1773)
Henry Frederick Thompson, The intrigues of a Nabob. (London, 1780)
Mary Pilkington, The Asiatic Princess.  (2 vols) (London, 1800) 

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Mary Martha Butt (aftw Sherwood), The history of George Desmond. (Wellington, 1821)
Emma Roberts, Scenes and characteristics of Hindostan, with sketches of Anglo-Indian society. (3 vols) (London, 1835)

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[W B Hockley], The memoirs of a Brahmin; or, the fatal jewels. (3 vols) (London, 1843)
                                               
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Hannah Catherine Mullens, Faith and Victory: a story of the progress of Christianity in Bengal. (London, 1865)
Florence Marryat (aftw Church), "Gup." Sketches of Anglo-Indian life and character. (London, 1868)
Florence Marryat (aftw Church), Veronique. A romance. (3 vols) (London, 1869)

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Lál Behári Day, Govinda Sámanta, or the history of a Bengal Ráiyat. (2 vols)  (London, 1874)                                     
[Charlotte Cucker], Pomegranates from the Punjab. (London, 1878)

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O Chandu Menon, Induleka: A Malayalam novel. (Madras, 1890)
Henry Martineau Greenhow, Brenda's Experiment. (London, 1896) 

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Alice Perrin, East of Suez. (London, 1901)
F Anstey, A Bayard from Bengal. (London, 1902)
Alice Perrin, The spell of the jungle. (London, 1902)

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Bithia Mary Croker, Her own people. (London, 1903)
Bithia Mary Croker, The old cantonment, with other stories of India and elsewhere. (London, 1905)

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Rentala Venkata Subba Rau, Kamala’s letters to her husband. (Madras, 1902)
Alice Perrin, The waters of destruction. (London, 1905)

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Sara Jeanette Duncan (Mrs Cotes), Set in authority. (London, 1906)
Alice Perrin, Red Records.   (London, 1906)                         
(Katherine Helen) Maud Diver, Captain Desmond, VC. (Edinburgh,1907)

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(Katherine Helen) Maud Diver, The great amulet. (Edinburgh, 1909) 
Margaret  E Noble (the Sister Nivedita), Cradle tales of Hinduism. (London, 1907)
(Katherine Helen) Maud Diver, Candles in the wind. (Edinburgh,1909)

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(Katherine Helen) Maud Diver, Desmond's daughter. (Edinburgh,1916)

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(Katherine Helen) Maud Diver, Lilamani: a study in possibilities. (Edinburgh, 1911)                                     
Alice Perrin,  Idolatory. (London, 1909)
Bithia Mary Croker,  Babes in the wood. A romance of the jungle. (London, 1910)

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Alice Perrin, Star of India. (London, 1909)                                     
Alice Perrin, The Anglo-Indians. (London, 1912)

Bithia Mary Croker, In Old Madras. (London, 1913)
Alice Perrin, The woman in the bazaar. (London, 1914)

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S B Banerjea (S B Vandyopadhyaya), Indian detective stories. (London, 1911)
(Katherine Helen) Maud Diver, The judgment of the sword. The tale of the Kabul tragedy and the part played therein by Major Eldred Pottinger, the hero of Heart. (London, 1913)
M H Sanke, Joseph Sastry; or, Hari Haran, a novel. (Madras, 1914) 
Boxwallah (pseud), An Eastern Backwater. (London, 1916)

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Boxwallah (pseud), The leopard's leap. A story of Burma. (London, 1919)
Alice Perrin, The Mound. (London, 1922)
Alice Perrin, Government House. (London, 1925)

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Dwijendra Nath Neogi (Niyogi Dvijendra-Natha), True tales of Indian life.  (London, 1917)
Bithia Mary Croker, Beyond the pale. (London, 1920)             
(Katherine Helen) Maud Diver, The hero of Herat (Major Eldred Pottinger.) (London, Frontier Edition, 1924)

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GENERAL WORKS  

                                                                 
Edward Moor, A narrative of the operations of Captain Little's detachment … against the Nawab Tippoo Sultan Bahadur (London, 1794)
Ram Chandra Rao (P Ramachandra Rava), Memoirs of Hyder and Tippoo, rulers of Seringapatam. (Madras, 1849)
Francis William Blagdon, A brief history of ancient and modern India. (London, 1805)

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Thomas Duer Broughton, Letters written in a Mahratta camp during the year 1809, descriptive of the character, manners, domestic habits, and religious ceremonies, of the Mahrattas. (London, 1813)
Valentine Blacker, Memoir of the operations of the British army in India during the Mahratta War of 1817…1819. (London, 1821)

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Emma Roberts, The East India Voyager, or ten minutes advice to the outward bound. (London, 1839)
William Henry Sleeman,  Ramaseeana, or a vocabulary of the peculiar language used by Thugs with an introduction and appendix, descriptive of the system pursued by that fraternity and the measures which have been adapted by the Supreme Government of India for its suppression. (Calcutta, 1836)
Edward Gibbon Wakefield, A view of the art of colonisation, with present references to the British Empire, in letters between a statesman and a colonist. (London, 1914, with a full reprint and critique of the 1849 edition)

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William Henry Sleeman, Report on the depradations committed by the Thug gangs of Upper and Central India [1836-39.]  (Calcutta, 1840)

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James Rennell, Memoir of a Map of Hindoostan; or the Mogul Empire. (London, 1792)
James Rennell, Memoir of a Map of the Peninsula of India.(London, 1793)
Rustamjipestanji Karkaruja,  Pratapgad Fort, and the episode of Shivaji and Afzal Khan. [Mahratta Chronices]. (Poona, 1896)

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William Henry Sleeman,  A journey through the kingdom of Oude in 1849-1850. (2 vols) (London, 1858)

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George Norton, Rudimentals; being a series of discourses addressed to the natives of India.  (Madras, 1841)
William Wilson Hunter, The Annals of Rural Bengal. 7th edition. (London, 1897)

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