DOI:10.2307/2659075
Corpus ID: 145482729
Empire and Information: Intelligence Gathering and Social Communication in India, 1780-1870
C. Bayly
Published 1 February 1998

History, Sociology
List of maps Preface Glossary List of abbreviations Introduction 1. Prologue: surveillance and communication in early modern India 2. Political intelligence and indigenous informants during the… Expand
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