Teach yourself Urdu in two months by Professor Aziz-ur-Rahman, published by Azizis Oriental Book Depot, Karachi.
Pamphlet: The Indian Demand and British Policy ? Correspondence between Mahatma Gandhi and the Viceroy. From the India League February 1943.
A Picture of India; the History, People and Government by Edwin Howard, published by India – Burma Association 1946.
British Contributions to Persian Studies by Arthur J. Arberry, published by Longmans, Green & Co. Ltd.
Official Government Papers: Hansard, etc.
India Round Table Conference: 12 November 1930 – 19 January 1931. (Sub-Committees’ Reports; Conference Resolution; and Prime Minister’s Statement). Cmd. 3772.
Parliamentary Debates. House of Commons. Vol. 301 No. 90, 8 May 1935, including Government of India Bill.
India and the War. Statement issued by the Governor-General of India on 17 October 1939. Cmd. 6121.
Parliamentary Debates. House of Commons. Vol. 433 No. 53, 20 February 1947.
Parliamentary Debates. House of Commons. Vol. 433 No. 52, 19 February 1947.
India Statement, published by the Government of India, on: The Congress Party’s responsibility for the Disturbance in India 1942-43. Cmd. 6430.
Report of a Committee set up to consider certain correspondence between Sir Henry McMahon and the Sharif of Mecca in 1915 and 1916. March 16, 1939. Cmd. 5974.
East India (Constitutional Reforms). Despatches from Provincial Governments in India containing proposals for Constitutional Reform. November 1930. Cmd. 3712.
Spoken Urdu by Khalil-Azizi, published by Azizis Oriental Book Depot Karachi.
Domestic Hindustani by Lt. Col. D.C. Phillott, published by Kegan Paul, Trench Trubner & Co. Ltd.
The Handbook of Pakistan printed by Pakistan Publications, Karachi.
Pamphlet: Language Primer in Urdu.
Guidebook to Lahore, by Nadir H. Wankadia.
TS of lectures given in Madras on Islam by Muhammad Marmaduke Pickthall, delivered at Madras in January 1927.
Papers relating to Choudhary Rahmat Ali (1897-1951) given by Miss T. Frost who was Mr Rahmat Ali’s Secretary during part of his career in Britain. Much of Mr Rahmat Ali’s working life was spent in the U.K.