Bequeathed by Dr (Thomas George) Percival Spear. Lecturer, St Stephen’s College, Delhi 1924-40; various posts in Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, Government of India 1940-45; Bursar, Selwyn College, Cambridge 1945-70; Lecturer in History, Cambridge University 1963-69.
The contents of this box were previously listed as Box 35.
- Reprint, “Dalhousie and the Annexation of Oudh: A reappraisal of Sir William Lee-Warner’s Views” by P.K. Chatterjee
- Quarterly Review of Historical Studies, Calcutta, 1967-68
- Reprint, “Taqi-ud-Din Kashi’s Account of Mir Muhammad Ma’sum Bhakkari” by Mahmud-ul-Hasan Siddiqi
- Reprint, “The Baluch Migration in Sind and their Clash wityh the Arghuns” by Siddiqi
- Offprint, “Reforms in the Bengal Salt Monopoly, 1786-95” by H.R.C. Wright
- Reprint, “Revolution and Tradition in Modern History” by Peter Munz
- Offprint, “Mahdi of Jaunpur in Sind” by M.H. Siddiqi
- Photocopy of “Diary of Col. Cromwell Massy, Kept While a Prisoner at Seringapatam” (1780-84)
- “Russia’s Policy in Central Asia, 1857-68” by N.A. Khalfin
- Reprint, “Culture Areas, Culture History and Regionalism” by S.C. Malik
- Paper, “The Emergence of India and Pakistan”, by Spear
- Paper, “A Study of the Political and Social conditions of Delhi and its adjacent Territory, 1795-1803” by Spear
- Paper, “A Study of British Relations with the Native States of India, 1858-62”, “The Modernization of British Indian Finance, 1859-62” and “The Promotion of Education Under Canning, 1856-62” by Bhupen Qanungo
- “Modern Asian Studies” January, 1972
- “The Indian subcontinent: new and old political imperatives” by William J. Barnds
- Reprint, “Sufis and Nathan Yogis in Medieval Northern India” by S.A.A. Rizvi
- Folder of odds and ends
- Folder containing communications between Spear and the Royal Commonwealth Society.
- Folder ‘Mughal India’, TSS by Spear, and what appear to be two chapters (MSS) of further work ‘Delhi and the Great Moghuls’