Archive / Papers / Spear Papers: Box 34


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.

  1. Reprint, “Dalhousie and the Annexation of Oudh: A reappraisal of Sir William Lee-Warner’s Views” by P.K. Chatterjee
  2. Quarterly Review of Historical Studies, Calcutta, 1967-68
  3. Reprint, “Taqi-ud-Din Kashi’s Account of Mir Muhammad Ma’sum Bhakkari” by Mahmud-ul-Hasan Siddiqi
  4. Reprint, “The Baluch Migration in Sind and their Clash wityh the Arghuns” by Siddiqi
  5. Offprint, “Reforms in the Bengal Salt Monopoly, 1786-95” by H.R.C. Wright
  6. Reprint, “Revolution and Tradition in Modern History” by Peter Munz
  7. Offprint, “Mahdi of Jaunpur in Sind” by M.H. Siddiqi
  8. Photocopy of “Diary of Col. Cromwell Massy, Kept While a Prisoner at Seringapatam” (1780-84)
  9. “Russia’s Policy in Central Asia, 1857-68” by N.A. Khalfin
  10. Reprint, “Culture Areas, Culture History and Regionalism” by S.C. Malik
  11. Paper, “The Emergence of India and Pakistan”, by Spear
  12. Paper, “A Study of the Political and Social conditions of Delhi and its adjacent Territory, 1795-1803” by Spear
  13. 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
  14. “Modern Asian Studies” January, 1972
  15. “The Indian subcontinent: new and old political imperatives” by William J. Barnds
  16. Reprint, “Sufis and Nathan Yogis in Medieval Northern India” by S.A.A. Rizvi
  17. Folder of odds and ends
  18. Folder containing communications between Spear and the Royal Commonwealth Society.
  19. Folder ‘Mughal India’, TSS by Spear, and what appear to be two chapters (MSS) of further work ‘Delhi and the Great Moghuls’