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Bibliography Ganda Singh

Bibliography Ganda Singh

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Abbas Shirazi, Agha. Journal of a Tour through parts of the Punjab andAfghanistan in the year 1837, arranged and translated by MajorR. Leach, 18B. ASB, XII, 564—621.Abbot, Major General Augustus. The Afghan War, 1838—1842, from theJournal and Correspondence of—. R. Bentley & Sons, London,1879.Tripartite Treaty, 58—60; Expedition to Afghanistan — occupation of Kabul—installation of Shah Shujah and return of the Army, 61—(Abbott, E.) Notes on India with remarks on the navigation and Commercial,resources of the Indus and Its tributaries, by Audax Phil—India(Written from the material supplied by Captain Bold; “the additionbeginning with page 76, is the Captain’s own”—vide Author’sremarks on the NLC copy. Ptd. Hampshire Independent Office,Southampton, 1857.
A Selected Bibliography of the Sikhs & Sikhism
In the concluding chapter, the author suggests the whole—saledisarmament of the native population, increase of the British armywith proportionate decrease in the native, and encouragement of British settlers in the country for political and missionary purposes.Abbott, Major James. The Narrative: An account of personal services atHazara; an English Manuscript referred to by Capt. L.J. Trotterin his Life of john Nicholson.Gives details, from Major Abbott’s point of view, of S.Chattar Singh Attariwala’s revolt against the British authorities athis seat of government, and at Lahore................ Private letters of, addressed to Sir Frederick Currie, Residentat Lahore regarding Hazara affair during 1848—49. MS. HMS;KCA................ On the Ballads of the Punjab. Ptd.Abbot, Saunders A. Memorandum on the first eight years of British rule inHoshiarpur................ (Major General S.A.) Some Episodes in the Career of an Officerof the Indian Army, 1828-63, Published for private circulation, 1888.Abdul Ali, A.F.M. Notes on the Life and Times of Maharajah Ranjit Singh.IHRC, also reprinted separately................ A hand—book to the Records of the Government of India inthe Imperial Records Department, 1748—1859. Calcutta, 1925.Abdul Kadir, A.F.M. The Indian Invasions of Ahmad Shah Abdali.
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Calcutta, Vol. IV, I and 2. 1929.Abdul Kadir Khan, Maulavi. Memorandum of Route between Delhi andCabul. AAR, VIII for 1806, part II, London, 1809. Misc.Tracts, 46—57.Abdul Kurreem. Memoirs of Khojeh Abdul Kurreem—a Cashmerian whoaccompanied Nadir Shah on his return from India, including the
A Selected Bibliography of the Sikhs & Sikhism
History of India, 1739—1749, translated by F. Gladwin. Wm.Mackay, Calcutta, 1788.The original Persian work is called
forwhich see Persian Section, under Abdul Karim, Kashmiri, Munshi.Nadir Shah’s return journey to Persia, 1-4; Hindustaniprisoners released and made over to Zakariya Khan—affairs atLahore after the death of Zakariya, 172-181; the first and secondinvasions of Ahmad Shah Durrani, 182—.Abdul Karim Bukhari, Mir. Historie de l’Asie Central. Afghanistan,Boukhara, Khiva, Khoqand—depuis les dernieres anees du regnede Nadir Chah—1153—jusqu’een 1233 de I’ Hegrire—1740-1818—Tradulte par c. Schefer. Paris, 1876. French. ILC. 115. A. 2.Abdur Rashid, Sh. An Account of Najibuddaulah by Sayyad NuruddinHusain, translated into English. Aligarh, 1952................Najibuddaulah: His life and Times. Aligarh, 1952.Aberigh-Mackay, G. R. Native Chiefs and their States in 1877, a Manualof Reference. The Times of India Steam Press, Bombay, 1878.Part II. Chapter, I. The Punjab—Cashmere—Patiala—Bahawalpur—Jind—Nabha—Mandi—Male rkotla, etc.Acharya, Anand. See Ananda Acharya, Sri.A. D. See Deane, A.Adams, Andrew Leith. Wanderings of a Naturalist in India, the WesternHimalayas and Cashmere. Edmnston and Douglas, Edinburgh,1867.Remarks on the battle of Aliwal which he calls the “Battleof Despatch”, and on that of Budiwal (Baddowal) where the Britishgained a ‘disadvantage’ and not a Victory, 60—1; battle—field of Chillianwala, 123—24; Gulab Singh and the mode of his rule inCashmere, 172.

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