Browse results

Various Authors & Editors

The Gazetteers of British India
District Series

It is the part of irony that district gazetteers, which were manuals for use by Collectors and Officials, were designated as manuals in only one of the provinces: Madras. Beginning in 1853, district manuals were published there. Then in the late nineteenth century Madras followed the lead of the rest of the Colony and brought out district gazetteers.

This collection is also included in the collections Gazetteers of British India, 1833-1962 and Gazetteers of British India: District Series.

Various Authors & Editors

The Gazetteers of British India
District Series

It is the part of irony that district gazetteers, which were manuals for use by Collectors and Officials, were designated as manuals in only one of the provinces: Madras. Beginning in 1853, district manuals were published there. Then in the late nineteenth century Madras followed the lead of the rest of the Colony and brought out district gazetteers.

This collection is also included in the collections Gazetteers of British India, 1833-1962 and Gazetteers of British India: District Series.

Various Authors & Editors

The Gazetteers of British India
District Series

It is the part of irony that district gazetteers, which were manuals for use by Collectors and Officials, were designated as manuals in only one of the provinces: Madras. Beginning in 1853, district manuals were published there. Then in the late nineteenth century Madras followed the lead of the rest of the Colony and brought out district gazetteers.

This collection is also included in the collections Gazetteers of British India, 1833-1962 and Gazetteers of British India: District Series.

Various Authors & Editors

The Gazetteers of British India
District Series

It is the part of irony that district gazetteers, which were manuals for use by Collectors and Officials, were designated as manuals in only one of the provinces: Madras. Beginning in 1853, district manuals were published there. Then in the late nineteenth century Madras followed the lead of the rest of the Colony and brought out district gazetteers.

This collection is also included in the collections Gazetteers of British India, 1833-1962 and Gazetteers of British India: District Series.

Various Authors & Editors

The Gazetteers of British India
District Series

It is the part of irony that district gazetteers, which were manuals for use by Collectors and Officials, were designated as manuals in only one of the provinces: Madras. Beginning in 1853, district manuals were published there. Then in the late nineteenth century Madras followed the lead of the rest of the Colony and brought out district gazetteers.

This collection is also included in the collections Gazetteers of British India, 1833-1962 and Gazetteers of British India: District Series.

Various Authors & Editors

The Gazetteers of British India
District Series

It is the part of irony that district gazetteers, which were manuals for use by Collectors and Officials, were designated as manuals in only one of the provinces: Madras. Beginning in 1853, district manuals were published there. Then in the late nineteenth century Madras followed the lead of the rest of the Colony and brought out district gazetteers.

This collection is also included in the collections Gazetteers of British India, 1833-1962 and Gazetteers of British India: District Series.

Various Authors & Editors

The Gazetteers of British India
District Series

It is the part of irony that district gazetteers, which were manuals for use by Collectors and Officials, were designated as manuals in only one of the provinces: Madras. Beginning in 1853, district manuals were published there. Then in the late nineteenth century Madras followed the lead of the rest of the Colony and brought out district gazetteers.

This collection is also included in the collections Gazetteers of British India, 1833-1962 and Gazetteers of British India: District Series.

Various Authors & Editors

The Gazetteers of British India
District Series

It is the part of irony that district gazetteers, which were manuals for use by Collectors and Officials, were designated as manuals in only one of the provinces: Madras. Beginning in 1853, district manuals were published there. Then in the late nineteenth century Madras followed the lead of the rest of the Colony and brought out district gazetteers.

This collection is also included in the collections Gazetteers of British India, 1833-1962 and Gazetteers of British India: District Series.

Various Authors & Editors

The Gazetteers of British India
District Series

It is the part of irony that district gazetteers, which were manuals for use by Collectors and Officials, were designated as manuals in only one of the provinces: Madras. Beginning in 1853, district manuals were published there. Then in the late nineteenth century Madras followed the lead of the rest of the Colony and brought out district gazetteers.

This collection is also included in the collections Gazetteers of British India, 1833-1962 and Gazetteers of British India: District Series.

Various Authors & Editors

The Gazetteers of British India
Provincial Series

Published simultaneously with the Imperial Gazetteer was the Imperial Gazetteer of India: Provincial Series. Unlike any of the other gazetteers, which were published in London either by Trübner or Wm. H. Allen, the Provincial Series was published in Calcutta by the Superintendent of Government Printing. There are nineteen volumes in this series, published in 1908-09. Each volume is devoted to at least one country, province or Indian state, and some include two.

This collection is also included in the collections Gazetteers of British India, 1833-1962 and Gazetteers of British India: Provincial Series.