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The Marquess Wellesley, K. G. : and the development of the company into the supreme power in India / by the Rev. W. H. Hutton : third thousand
Bib ID 7247236
Format BookBook
Author
Hutton, William Holden, 1860-1930, author
 
Description Oxford : Clarendon Press, 1897 
214 pages, 2 unnumbered leaves of plates : portrait (frontispiece), folded map ; 20 cm 
Series

Rulers of India ; 11.

Notes

(Half-title: Rulers of India ... [Vol. XI]).

Series title also at head of t.p.

Includes index.

Subjects Wellesley, Richard Wellesley Marquess, 1760-1842.  |  Politicians -- India -- Biography.  |  Politicians -- Great Britain -- Biography.
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Lord Wellesley

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