Notes by J.C. Curry:
Letter (copy) 24 November 1916 to V. Vivian, Assistant Director of Criminal Intelligence, Delhi, from D.I.G. of Police’s Office, Karachi on proceedings against Mahomed Hassan, tailor, and Munshi Mahmud. Copy sent to Curry.
Statement of Mahomedali Shah of Pithoro Madressah, 19 December 1916. TS and original MS.
Committal form into custody of Sheikh Abdul Majid of Hyderabad (Sind) 12 December 1916.
Summary of proceedings of a conference held at Lahore in the office of the Inspector General of Police on 21 October 1916, on inquiries into Afghan conspiracies.
Letters and statements re arrest of Mahomed Hassan, tailor, of Kacho Uhlando Hyderabad. MS notes on conversation with same. TS list of contents found in Mahomed Hassan’s shop. TS copy of statement of Mahomed Hassan.
Copy of TS letter to Mr. Lawrence from Camp Hyderabad, Sind. 4 January 1917 Signature MCG.
Copy of TS letter from Curry to the Commissioner in Sind, Camp Hyderabad, 12 December 1916, about arrest of Sheikh Abdul Majid of Hyderabad, Sind.
Copy of telegram.
Copy of ‘Notes on the examination of Sheikh Abdul Majid on 12 December 1916’ TS and MS.
TS copy of statement of Sheikh Abdul Majid.
MS copy of letter from Curry to the Commissioner in Sind on Sheikh Abdul Majid.
Printed statement of Matlub-ur-Rahman, recorded on 24 September 1916 (with index). 16 pp.
Printed statement of Saiyid Hadi Hasan, son of Mehdi Hasan of Khan Jahanpur district Muzaffarnagar, age about 34 years, 21 September 1916 (with index). 18 pp.
Printed statement of Maulvi Muhammad Hanif of Deoband recorded on 18 October 1916 (with index). 6 pp.
MS draft of letter from Curry to the Commissioner in Sind, Camp Hyderabad 12 December 1916, about arrest of Sheikh Abdul Majid.
TS copy of transfer of Sheikh Abdul Majid from Karachi District Prison to the Hyderabad Central Jail.
MS list of Sindhi or probable Sindhi in the List of Army of God.
Printed statement of Hakim Abdur Razzaq Ansari, 7-11 November 1916. (with appendix and index.)
Printed statement of Maulvi Muhammad Masud of Deoband, 6 November 1916 (with index).
Printed statements of Muhammad Jalil, 11 and 13 November 1916 (with index).
Printed statement of Maulvi Mazharuddin, son of Shaikh Ali Bakhsh of Sherkot, district Bijnor, recorded 14 November 1916.
Printed statement of Maulvi Zahur Muhammad Khan, 3 November 1916 (with index).
Printed statement of Maul vi Saiyid Muhammad Murtaza Hasan, son of Hakim Bunyad Ali of Chandpur, District Bijnor, 5 October 1916.
Printed statement of Abdul Haq alias Jiwan Das, son of Lorinda Ram, age 33 years caste Sheikh, of village Varchha, Police Station Junjiyal, District Shahpur. n.d. but printed 11 September 1916.
Printed statement of Ahmad Ali, son of Habibullah, caste Shaikh, of Chak Babu, Police Station and District Gujranwala, aged about 30 years. n.d. but printed 8 October 1916.
Printed statement of Maulvi Abu Muhammad Ahmad, son of Ghulam Hussain, caste Awan, resident of village Chakwal, District Jhelum, now Imam of Masjid Sufi in Kashmiri Bazar, Lahore, age 50 years. n.d. but printed 9 October 1916.
TS supplementary statement of Ahmadali.
TS supplementary statement of Abdullah Laghari.
Copy of TS letter from Secretary to the Government of Bombay, Home Department to the Inspector General of Police, Bombay Presidency, on proposals for affording protection to police officers and other Government servants under the new constitution, 18 October 1932.
Notes by Curry on the report of the Commissioner of Police, 1919, on the development of political agitation in Bombay City.
A report from the Commissioner of Police, Bombay, to the Government of Bombay (1919) concerning political developments before and during 1919; Home Rule agitation during 1919; Rowlatt Act and results; Gandhi’s part; Satyagraha Movement and its suspension; assessment of situation created. There are supposed to be a number of appendices to this report, but so far have not been found. 22 February 1969. MT.
Note by Curry on the weekly reports from the Sind C.I.D., 1921.
Weekly Reports from the Sind C.I.D., 1921. These are weekly reports of the Non-cooperative Movement in Sind for 1921.
Rules regulating the General Provident Fund (corrected up to the end of July 1919).
‘Note on criminal tribes in Sind (Sind C.I.D. 15 January 1917) with appendix.’ Sub-Inspector Karamchand’s notes on Bauriah camping places, distinguishing marks and dialect.
Government of Bombay. Judicial department. Order No. 6773 Bombay Castle 14 August 1919.
Government of India. Home Department Notification. Political No. 2032 The Sind Official Gazette, 10 June 1920. Report of the Committee … 14 October 1919 to investigate disturbances in Bombay, Delhi and the Punjab … The following correspondence which has passed between the Secretary of State and the Government of India regarding the findings of the Committee and the action to be taken on the Report is published for general information. (10 double sheets.)
Copy of confidential letter to the Home Secretary to the Government of Bombay, on protection of police officers and other Government servants under the new constitution. 8 October 1932. Simla. 8 pp.
Extract from the Bihar and Orissa Police Manual ‘.Sections 715-719. 3 pp.
Copy of confidential letter from G.F.S. Collins, Secretary to the Government of Bombay, Home Department, to the Secretary to the Government of India, Home Department, on police officers: need for amendment of Sec. 197 of the Criminal Procedure Code. 16 April 1931. 2 pp.
Copy of letter from H.V. Emerson, Secretary to the Government of India to the Home Secretary to the Government of Bombay on proposed amendment of Section 197 of the Criminal Procedure Code so as to include all police officers within its scope. 30 June 1931. 3 pp.
Copy of strictly confidential letter to the Secretary to the Government of Bombay, Home Department, Poona, to the Office of the Inspector-General of Police, Post Box No. 2, Poona, 27 October 1932, on protection of police officers and other Government servants under the new constitution. 10 pp.
Letter from Private Secretary to the Governor of Bombay to J.C. Curry, 6 February 1933, and the official resume of his career.
Table showing the results of concurrent competitive examinations held on 25 June … 1907 of candidates … in the Indian Police Force … and Police Service of the Straits Settlements.
G.I.P. Railway Bomb Case. Charge and description of the case. 12 April 1930. 12 sheets.
Unrevised minutes of evidence taken before the Joint Committee on Indian Constitutional Reform. 20 June 1933. H.M.S.O. 1933.
Police report of the Bombay Presidency including Sind and railways for the year 1924 (Bombay 1925); 1925 (Bombay 1926).
The historic trial of Ali Brothers, Dr. Kitchlew, Shri Shankaracharya, Maulana Hussain Ahmed, Pir Ghulam Mujaddid and Maulana Nisar Ahmed, 1921. Part I: Proceedings in the Lower Court, with a foreword by Mahatma Gandhi. publ. The ‘New Times’ Office Karachi, 1921 or 1922. Part II: Proceedings in the Sessions Court, 1922.
Judicial Department. Office of the Commissioner in Sind. Memorandum. Administration report of the Police Department in Sind for the years 1917, 1918, 1920, 1921.
Regulations for Indian police examination. 1907.
Copy of prayer for the success of King George V on the outbreak of war presented to the District Magistrate and District Superintendent of Police, Sukkur Sind, by the Brahmans of the shrine at Sadhbela. 1914.
Memorial to the Secretary of State for India. 1915. (copy.)
Report on transborder raids. 1916.
Sind Official Gazette – conveying thanks of Government for services in connection with transborder raids. 1917.
Reorganization proposal for the Sind Police. 1917.
Annual report of the police of the City of Bombay. 1919.
Two copies of ‘Climate and migrations’, by J.C. Curry. 1929.
‘Memoirs of an Indian policeman.’ 2 vols.