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Title Fort William-India House Correspondence (1748-1756)
Description This section of Records taken from the National Archives of India provides a broad survey of the initial history of the East India Company London controlling eastern part of India and its sub-headquarters at the Fort William Calcutta in India during the years 1748-56. It gives a bird's eye view of the commercial and political activities of the company's activities. It enables the reader to form a clear idea of the history of India at that time. These records are the best materials about India's history of the early colonial period. Its historical importance is not only unique but even indispensable for researchers of Indian history. It is a ready made reference work and reliable source for the study of 18th century Indian history
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