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Donated by P.N. McWilliam, I.C.S.

  1. ‘Memorandum on the subject of the social and official intercourse between European officers and Indian gentlemen.’ Bengal Secretariat Press, Calcutta 1913.
  2. Printed papers:
    • Paper read by S.B. Mazumder, manager of Sir Daniel Hamilton’s estate, Gosaba, 1932. Gives the history of the estate.
    • ‘Full speed ahead’ by D.M. Hamilton. A critique of the financial policy of the Government. Printed, in three parts. n.d.
    • ‘The Gosaba one rupee note’, by D.M. Hamilton. Gosaba, January 1937.
    • ‘Financial stringency: its cause and cure’, by D.M. Hamilton. Gosaba, January 1937.
    • ‘The new statecraft’, by Balmacara. An explanation of socialism and capitalism.
  3. Restricted Paper on anti-terrorism in Chittagong district.
  4. ‘Rules for training assistant magistrates deputy magistrates and sub-deputy magistrates’, by H.J. Twynam, Secretary to the Government of Bengal. Calcutta, January 1940.
  5. ‘Fourteen reports on inspections of courts etc. at various places, when at Mymensingh and Chittagong’, by P.N. McWilliam, Additional District Magistrate, May 1938 – January 1940.
  6. Notes and judgements on ten cases heard before P. McWilliam, Magistrate. Mymensingh, Bengal, 1935-36.
  7. A tour diary of P.N. McWilliam, I.C.S., A.D.M. Chittagong for February 1939.