East India Company
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|Family and Intimate relationships||Mary Anne Barker|
|Family and Intimate relationships||Mariana Starke|
All her life CL moved frequently from one lodging to another (lodging which often consisted of a room in someone else's house). During the productive 1750s she moved house at least nine times, in or...
|Textual Features||Eva Mary Bell||
This follows the fortunes of George Thomas (1756-1802), an actual historical figure from Tipperary, who deserted from the British navy in Madras at the age of about fifteen and became a soldier of fortune or...
|Textual Production||Catherine Marsh||
CM marked with a pamphlet, England's Sins and India's Martyrs, the Day of Humiliation set aside by the British government for prayer and fasting in response to the Indian Rebellion (or Mutiny) against...
|Travel||Frances Isabella Duberly|
1769-70: Bengal suffered famine, exacerbated by compulsory...
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Bengal suffered famine, exacerbated by compulsory purchase of British goods and the throwing out of work of local artisans. Its onset coincided with a serious threat to British power there by forces from the Sultanate...
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