DOI:10.5860/choice.45-4543
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Ideology and Empire in Eighteenth-Century India: The British in Bengal
Robert Travers
Published 17 December 2007

History
Preface and acknowledgements Abbreviations and note on currency Glossary of Indian terms Map of Bengal and and Bihar in the eighteenth-century Introduction 1. Imperium in imperio: the East India… 
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