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Fri Mar 21 17:09:45 2014 UTClccn-n841088800.31Dawning of the Raj : the life and trials of Warren Hastings /0.690.90Articles of charge of high crimes and misdemeanors, against Warren Hastings, Esq., late Governor General of Bengal presented to the House of Commons, on the 4th day of April, 1786 /29571391Warren_Hastingsn 841088801344570Warren Hastings兵すちんぐすlccn-n79118917East India Companylccn-n79113783Great BritainParliamentHouse of Commonslccn-n79040055Burke, Edmund1729-1797edtlccn-n85067485ScottMajor(John)1747-1819lccn-nr93017168Bengal (India)Governor-General (1774-1785 : Hastings)lccn-n85024816Francis, PhilipSir1740-1818lccn-n79084304Macaulay, Thomas Babington MacaulayBaron1800-1859lccn-n79017964Great BritainParliamentlccn-n83123664Moon, Penderel1905-1987lccn-n85150097Dirks, Nicholas B.1950-Hastings, Warren1732-1818HistorySourcesBiographyTrials, litigation, etcMilitary historyFictionPersonal narrativesPortraitsHastings, Warren,IndiaEast India CompanyBritish Occupation of India (1765-1947)Political scienceGreat BritainIndia--BengalPolitical corruptionBurke, Edmund,TrialsSpanish Succession, War of (1701-1714)International relationsColonial administratorsGovernorsFrancis, Philip,ImpeachmentsTrials (Impeachment)Bengal (India).--Governor-General (1774-1785 : Hastings)England--LondonColonies--AdministrationJustice, Administration ofPeaceCommerceIndia--KolkataGreat Britain.--Parliament.--House of Commons.--Select Committee on the State of the Administration of Justice in Bengal, Bahar, and OrissaTreaty of Utrecht (1713)India--Vārānasi (District)Slave tradeDwellings--Fires and fire preventionStatesmenFinance, PersonalReflections on the revolution in France (Burke, Edmund)Manners and customsBengal (India).--Governor (1772-1774 : Hastings)Impey, Elijah,--Sir,Alfred,--King of England,English language--RhetoricEmployeesBritishIndia--Vārānasi (Uttar Pradesh)Colonies--CommerceGeneralsShorthandColoniesGovernors generalEconomic historyThurlow, Edward Thurlow,--Baron,Public officersBurke, EdmundPresidents173218181749175317591760176217641766176717691774177517761777177817791780178117821783178417851786178717881789179017911792179317941795179617971798179918001801180318041805180618081811181318141815181618191822182418271832183318361841184318461849185118521853185718581859186118621864186818701875187618781880188218831884188518861887188818891890189118921893189418951896189718981899190019021903190419051906190719081909191019111912191319141915191619171918191919201921192219231925192719281929193019311932193319341935193619371938193919401941194219441947194819491951195219541955195819601961196219641965196619671970197219731974197519761977197819791980198219841985198619871988198919911993199419951999200020012002200320042005200620072008200920102011201220133329413802722923.254AC4ocn031375996ocn681299494ocn659064078ocn466643717ocn466643707ocn466643713ocn466643740ocn753900183ocn467428155ocn762715570ocn466643734ocn466643722ocn466643730ocn257526363ocn457696439ocn457696481ocn846662886ocn796742553ocn02649204132317ocn173651918com17880.73Great BritainArticles, exhibited by the Knights, citizens, and burgesses, in Parliament assembled, in the name of themselves and of all the Commons of Great Britain, against Warren Hastings ... in maintenance of their impeachment against him for high crimes and misdemeanors. With the amendmentsHistoryTrials, litigation, etcSources27814ocn065330959file17770.81Price, JosephFive letters from a free merchant in Bengal, to Warren Hastings, Esq., Governor General of the Honorable East India Company's settlements in Asia conveying some free thoughts on the probable causes of the decline of the export trade of that kingdom : and a rough sketch, or outlines of a plan, for restoring it to its former splendorHistorySources24414ocn642489315com17880.73Hastings, WarrenMinutes of Warren Hastings and Philip Francis EsquiresTrials, litigation, etc2427ocn642444259com17880.84Great BritainMinutes of the evidence taken at the trial of Warren Hastings Esquire, late Governor General of Bengal, at the bar of the House of Lords, in Westminster Hall, upon An Impeachment against him for High Crimes and Misdemeanors, by the Knights, Citizens, and Burgesses, in Parliament assembled, in the Name of themselves, and of all the Commons of Great BritainHistoryTrials, litigation, etcSources22312ocn506045823file17860.88Hastings, WarrenThe minutes of what was offered by Warren Hastings, Esquire, late governor general of Bengal, at the bar of the House of Commons upon the matter of the several charges of high crimes and misdemeanors presented against him in the year 1786HistoryTrials, litigation, etcSources17710ocn065334024com17860.90Great BritainArticles of charge of high crimes and misdemeanors, against Warren Hastings, Esq., late Governor General of Bengal presented to the House of Commons, on the 4th day of April, 1786HistoryTrials, litigation, etcSourcesContains Articles 1-5 of impeachment against Warren Hastings17321ocn181836096file17810.79Hastings, WarrenA narrative of the late transactions at Benares By Warren Hastings, EsqHistoryMilitary historySources15812ocn642645681file17830.76Hastings, WarrenA letter to the court of directors of the East-India Company from Warren Hastings, Esq. Governor-General of Bengal. Dated, Fort-William, March 20, 17831448ocn065334607com17820.86Hastings, WarrenProceedings at the India house relative to Warren Hastings, Esq., Governor General of Bengal : from the 29th of May, to the 1st of November, 17821417ocn065246254file18160.88Hastings, WarrenOf the means of guarding dwelling houses, by their construction, against accidents by fire13911ocn083345947file17910.76Hastings, WarrenThe speech of Warren Hastings, Esq. in the High Court of Justice, in Westminster Hall, on Thursday, the second of June, 1791HistorySources13815ocn083292070file17860.84Hastings, WarrenThe present state of the East IndiesHistory1309ocn186555215file17860.73Hastings, WarrenOriginal letters from Warren Hastings, Esq. Sir Eyre Coote, K.B. and Richard Barwell, Esq. to Sir Thomas Rumbold, Bart. and Lord Macartney, K.B1288ocn083437324file17820.76Hastings, WarrenState of India: in two letters from Warren Hastings, Esq. to the Court of Directors and one from the Nabob Asuful Dowla, Subadar of Owde. To which are added, a series of explanatory facts and remarks12513ocn745160460com17950.73Lushington, StephenThe correspondence between Sir Stephen Lushington, Baronet, and Warren Hastings, Esq. in the statement alluded to in both letters12313ocn083333674com17860.90Great BritainArticles of charge of high crimes and misdemeanors, against Warren Hastings ... presented to the House of Commons upon the twenty-sixth and twenty-eighth days of April, 1786. By ... Edmund Burke12131ocn014817878book17860.79Hastings, WarrenMemoirs relative to the state of India By Warren HastingsHistoryMilitary historyBiographyPersonal narratives1187ocn642728831file17870.73Great BritainArticles, exhibited by the knights, citizens, and burgesses, in Parliament assembled, in the name of themselves and of all the Commons of Great Britain, against Warren Hastings, Esq. Late Governor General of Bengal, in maintenance of the impeachment against him for high crimes and misdemeanors1166ocn506005852com17970.81Great BritainDebates of the House of Lords, on the evidence delivered in the trial of Warren Hastings, Esquire proceedings of the East India Company in consequence of his acquittal, and testimonials of the British and native inhabitants of India, relative to his character and conduct whilst he was Governor General of Fort William in BengalHistoryTrials, litigation, etcPortraitsSources1141ocn506026246file17860.81Great BritainObservations on the last debate upon the Dehly negociations [sic] and the proposed impeachment of Mr. HastingsHistorySources84310ocn001223185book19470.53Moon, PenderelWarren Hastings and British IndiaHistoryBiography7697ocn062282745book20060.53Dirks, Nicholas BThe scandal of empire : India and the creation of imperial BritainHistoryTrials, litigation, etc'The Scandal of Empire' reveals that the conquests of the East India Company were critical to England's development in the 18th century & beyond. This book shows how the empire projected its own scandalous behaviour onto India itself & provides an understanding of the coloniser & the colonised+-+01167592156989ocn000519879book19540.59Feiling, KeithWarren HastingsHistory54519ocn000674694book18890.50Lyall, Alfred ComynWarren HastingsHistoryBiographyFirst published in 1889, Alfred Lyall's biography of the first Governor-General of India concentrates on Hastings' time in India from his first arrival in 1750 through his famous impeachment trial for maladministration and corruption. The trial, spearheaded by Edmund Burke and Hastings' notorious enemy Sir Philip Francis, dragged on from 1787 until his final acquittal in 17955344ocn000410785book19620.66Marshall, P. JThe impeachment of Warren Hastings5006ocn043036832book20000.31Bernstein, JeremyDawning of the Raj : the life and trials of Warren HastingsHistoryBiography+-+66378111064755ocn000411697book19350.56Davies, A. MervynStrange destiny; a biography of Warren HastingsHistoryBiography42644ocn004163123book18510.59Macaulay, Thomas Babington MacaulayWarren HastingsHistoryBiographyFiction36011ocn083485443com17860.79Hastings, WarrenMemoirs relative to the state of India By Warren HastingsHistoryMilitary historyBiographyPersonal narratives3497ocn065334604com17820.81Price, JosephA third letter to the Right Honourable Edmund Burke, Esq on the subject of the evidence contained in the reports of the Select Committee of the House of Commons : with an introductory prefaceHistorySources31111ocn083271396com17860.81Hastings, WarrenThe defence of Warren Hastings, Esq. (late Governor General of Bengal,) at the bar of the House of Commons, upon the matter of the several charges of high crimes and misdemeanors, presented against him in the year 1786HistoryTrials, litigation, etcSources2837ocn065352594com17830.81ScottTwo letters to the Rt. Hon. Edmund Burke, in reply to the insinuations and palpable misrepresentations in a pamphlet entitled, the Ninth report from the select committee &c. &cHistory2795ocn083517667com17830.76Great BritainEleventh report from the select committee appointed to take into consideration the state of the administration of justice in the provinces of Bengal, Bahar, and OrissaHistory27830ocn005159319book18920.70Macaulay, Thomas Babington MacaulayMacaulay's essay on Warren HastingsHistoryBiography+-+509557569624816ocn006072125book18820.79Busteed, H. EEchoes from old Calcutta : being chiefly reminiscences of the days of Warren Hastings, Francis and ImpeyHistoryBiography23412ocn065336409com17880.81Logan, JohnA review of the principal charges against Warren Hastings, Esquire, late governor general of BengalHistoryTrials, litigation, etc2314ocn642331728com17150.81Observations on the Report of the committee of secrecy22110ocn002179415book18900.79Trotter, Lionel JWarren HastingsHistoryBiographyWarren Hastings, 1732-1818, the first Governor-general of India2186ocn065318799file17910.84ScottA letter from Major Scott to Philip Francis, Esq2186ocn065351637com17830.84ScottA letter to the Right Honourable Charles James Fox, one of His Majesty's principal secretaries of stateConcerning Fox's bill for the reform of the East India Company+-+0116759215Fri Mar 21 15:28:37 EDT 2014batch63511