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  1. A Brief History of the English East India Company 1600–1858

    powers to the India Office, a department of state. The EIC was finally dissolved on 1 June 1874, after... Margaret Makepeace From its ...


  2. Finding Aid: Departmental Papers: Political and Secret Separate (or Subject) Files

    originate from the Political and Secret Department of the India Office The department of the British... IOR/L/PS/10/155/1, f. 164 However, ...


  3. Profile: British Baluchistan and Makran

    between the British and Baluchistan and Makran, as illustrated through the India Office Records.... At Jask, Makran, November 1900. ...


  4. Foundation of an Empire: The East India Company’s Early Trade in Silk and Wool

    of the Gulf. Since its inception at the start of the seventeenth-century, the English East India Company (EIC)... to procure it. It was a shipment ...


  5. Lewis Pelly’s Private Papers

    wife, Lady Amy Pelly, donated to the India Office shortly before her death in 1924. The Extent of the Collection Covering the period ...


  6. The ‘Dreaded’ Death of Karim Khan Zand, Ruler of Persia

    instability in Iran: the death, in 1779, of the ruler of Persia, Karim Khan Zand (referred to in the India Office Records from the period ...


  7. German Interests in the Gulf’s Pearling Industry

    German attention. The German businessman Robert Wönckhaus opened offices in a number of ports... which had become increasingly popular in Europe. ...


  8. Napoleon’s Agent: Monitoring the Movements of Monsieur Romieu in the East

    in Constantinople, Syria and Persia ensured that they kept one step ahead of a mysterious French officer. On 27... the Honourable East India ...


  9. The Brutal End of Persia’s Zand Dynasty

    nominating a successor. Karim Khan (referred to in the India Office Records as Carim Caun) had ruled Persia... the East India ...


  10. How the American Civil War Caused a Boom in Cotton in Persia

    needed to find new sources for their mills, so turned to India to supply their needs. Cudu-pariti, Hortus Indicus Malabaricus, a cotton Plant ...


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