Commonplace books and journal : holographs, [1780-1790]. (Archival material, 1780) [WorldCat.org]
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Commonplace books and journal : holographs, [1780-1790].

Author: Warren Hastings; Charles Lesley Ames
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
Publication:Ames Library manuscript collection
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Five volumes collectively referred to as the commonplace books and one journal of Hastings' tour from Calcutta, all in Hastings hand. Also included is Ames' transcription of and comments on item 2. In this item Hastings is talking to himself about what part he should play in English political life after his return from India, and considering the effect upon men generally of the possession of power.
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Genre/Form: Commonplace books
Journals (accounts)
Named Person: Warren Hastings; Warren Hastings; Warren Hastings
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Warren Hastings; Charles Lesley Ames
OCLC Number: 122476455
In: Ames, Charles Lesley
Notes: Individual titles from titles lettered in pen on the spines.
Description: 7 v
Contents: Item 1. Warren Hastings tour from Calcutta, 1789 (Phillips Ms. 17184) --
Item 2. Warren Hastings on "Sharp, on the legislature" (Phillips Ms. 17185) --
Item 3. Notes from the Debbestan on religions of Eastern Nations (Phillips Ms. 17208) --
Item 4. Darasheka's Oupnekhat, or Unity of God (Phillips Ms. 17211) --
Item 5. History of India, a fragment (Phillips Ms. 17212) --
Item 6. On MacCartney on East India (Phillips Ms. 17535) --
Item 7. Charles Lesley Ames' transcription of and comments on item 2.

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Five volumes collectively referred to as the commonplace books and one journal of Hastings' tour from Calcutta, all in Hastings hand. Also included is Ames' transcription of and comments on item 2. In this item Hastings is talking to himself about what part he should play in English political life after his return from India, and considering the effect upon men generally of the possession of power.

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