3 edition of Travels In India, Including Sinde And The Punjab - Vol II found in the catalog.
February 14, 2006
by Obscure Press
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||324|
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Travels in India, including Sinde and the Punjab (in Two Volumes, ) by Orlich, Leopald Von; Lloyd, H. Evans(trans). Travels in India including Sinde And Punjab Vol II by Captain Leopold Von Orlich Translated from German by Hannibal Evans Lloyd ON a lovely morning, the 5th of February, we rode to Delhi, the ancient Indraprast’ha, the capital of the Great Moguls: we were all mounted on elephants, because, according to etiquette, the Governor General could only approach on this noble : Kar Publishing.
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Travels in India, including Sinde and the Punjab. First edition in English, same year as the first German, an exceptional association copy, from the personal library of the earl of Ellenborough, who was Governor General at the time of the events described.
It is uncommon in the cloth. Orlich () was a Prussian officer in the Emperor Alexander Regiment who sought permission to join the. Travels in India, including Sinde and the Punjab (in Two Volumes, Vol.I). Following the Second Sikh War () the Punjab was officially annexed by the East India Company and this highly-detailed volume was the first of a series of reports published by the Punjab Government, forming an important primary source for the history of the region.
The Travels of a Hindoo to Various Parts of Bengal and Upper India Vol-II They Ruled Sindh for Fifteen Years Thirty Five Years in the Punjab; by G. Elsmie. A Gazetteer of the Countries Adjacent to India on the Northwest; Including Sinde, Afghanistan, Beloochistan, the Punjab, and the Neighbouring States.
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H.(Trans) Year/Date of Publication: Subject: Geography & Travel: Publisher: The Hakluyt Society. A Gazetteer of the Countries Adjacent to India on the North-West, including Sinde, Afghanistan, Beloochistan, the Punjab, and the neighbouring states. Compiled. by Edward Thornton.
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