DOI:10.2307/3632475
Corpus ID: 154363793
Imperial Meridian: The British Empire and the World, 1780-1830
C. Bayly
Published 1 July 1989
History
Introduction. 1. Political and Social Change in the Muslim Empires, 1600-1800. 2. Crisis and Reorganisation in Muslim Asia. 3. War, Empire and the Colonies of Settlement to 1790. 4. Britain's New… Expand
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