Archive / Papers / Dash Papers: Box 6


  1. Three volumes of TS entitled Imperial Miscellany, I-III. Articles, comments and observations by Sir Arthur Dash on a variety of topics, political, economic and social, including a number about India.
  2. Bound pamphlet: The Noakhali Case: Mr. Pennell’s Judgment, 15 February 1901. (Circumstances of the gift pasted in the front cover).
  3. Book: Baig, Tara Ali: The moon in Rahu: an account of the Bhowal Sannyasi Case. London, Asia Publishing House, 1968.
  4. Mackenzie, C.F. Zelia: The Fair Maid of Cabul … (in six cantos). London 1850.
  5. An Indian Police Case: an account of a trial in the Bengal Presidency taken down by Sir Arthur Dash who was a spectator. No date, but the fly leaf bears Sir Arthur’s signature, and the place name Comilla, date 5 November 1923. TS., 9pp. bound.