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1829, Principles and policy of the government of British India
Examination of the principles and policy of the government of British India: embracing a particular inquiry concerning the tenure of lands,
strictures on the administration of justice and suggestions for the improvement of the character and condition of the natives in general: by H. Dundas
Robertson, iv+173p., London, Hurst, Chance, and Co., 1829. (Robertson, who worked for the East India Company, describes the various schemes proposed for the
administration of India. He takes no position regarding the renewal of the East India Company charter, but wants the Indian employees to be well
trained. He feels that England has benefited from free trade, but India has not.)
Title:   Examination of the principles and policy of the government of British India : embracing a particular inquiry concerning the tenure of lands, strictures on the administration of justice and suggestions for the improvement of the character and condition of the natives in general / by a gentleman in the service of the Honourable East India Company.
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