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William Wilson Hunter: History of India 
William Wilson Hunter  (1840–1900) 
Alternative namesSir William Wilson Hunter; Hunter, William Wilson
DescriptionBritish historian, author, statistician, writer and biographer
Scottish historian and statistician
Date of birth/death15 July 1840 6 February 1900 
Location of birth/deathGlasgowOxfordshire
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EditorJackson, A. V. Williams (Abraham Valentine Williams), 1862-1937
TitleHistory of India
PublisherLondon : The Grolier Society
Descriptionv.l. From the earliest times to the sixth century B.C., by R.C. Dutt.--v.2. From the sixth century B.C. to the Mohammedan conquest, by V.A. Smith.--v.3. Mediaeval India from the Mohammedan conquest to the reign of Akbar the Great, by S. Lane-Poole.--v.4. From the reign of Akbar the Great to the fall of the Moghul empire, by S. Lane-Poole.--v.5. The Mohammedan period as described by its own historians, by Sir H.M. Elliot.--v.6. From the first European settlements to the founding of the English East India Company, by Sir W.W. Hunter.--v.7. The European struggle for Indian supremacy in the seventeenth century, by Sir W.W. Hunter.--v.8. From the close of the seventeenth century to the present time, by Sir. A.C. Lyall.--v.9. Historic accounts of India by foreign travellers, classic, oriental, and occidental, by A.V.W. Jackson
Publication date1906
Internet Archive identifier: historyofindia06jackiala
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