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England's work in India

Author: Hunter, William Wilson

Keywords: India, British India, History of India

Publisher: The Christian Vernacular Education Society, Madras

Description: Authored by William Wilson Hunter, this book details various works by the British in India. Published in 1888, the author aimed to make the natives of India aware of the British administration in transforming India. The book has been divided into two sections of two chapters each. The first section under the heading ‘work done’ deals with the duties of the government in terms of the protection of people and property, development of the masses, and the country. The second section under the heading ‘work to be done’ deals with the economical and political developments as part of future goals of the British.

Source: National Library of India, Kolkata

Type: Rare Book

Received From: National Library of India


DC Field Value
dc.contributor.author Hunter, William Wilson
dc.date.accessioned 2013-10-26T10:22:26Z
2019-12-07T05:57:44Z
dc.date.available 2013-10-26T10:22:26Z
2019-12-07T05:57:44Z
dc.description Authored by William Wilson Hunter, this book details various works by the British in India. Published in 1888, the author aimed to make the natives of India aware of the British administration in transforming India. The book has been divided into two sections of two chapters each. The first section under the heading ‘work done’ deals with the duties of the government in terms of the protection of people and property, development of the masses, and the country. The second section under the heading ‘work to be done’ deals with the economical and political developments as part of future goals of the British.
dc.source National Library of India, Kolkata
dc.format.extent iv, 94 p.
dc.format.mimetype application/pdf
dc.language.iso English
dc.publisher The Christian Vernacular Education Society, Madras
dc.subject India, British India, History of India
dc.type Rare Book
dc.date.copyright 1888
dc.identifier.accessionnumber IMP119081
dc.format.medium text
DC Field Value
dc.contributor.author Hunter, William Wilson
dc.date.accessioned 2013-10-26T10:22:26Z
2019-12-07T05:57:44Z
dc.date.available 2013-10-26T10:22:26Z
2019-12-07T05:57:44Z
dc.description Authored by William Wilson Hunter, this book details various works by the British in India. Published in 1888, the author aimed to make the natives of India aware of the British administration in transforming India. The book has been divided into two sections of two chapters each. The first section under the heading ‘work done’ deals with the duties of the government in terms of the protection of people and property, development of the masses, and the country. The second section under the heading ‘work to be done’ deals with the economical and political developments as part of future goals of the British.
dc.source National Library of India, Kolkata
dc.format.extent iv, 94 p.
dc.format.mimetype application/pdf
dc.language.iso English
dc.publisher The Christian Vernacular Education Society, Madras
dc.subject India, British India, History of India
dc.type Rare Book
dc.date.copyright 1888
dc.identifier.accessionnumber IMP119081
dc.format.medium text