Letters received...Vol 2 By The East India Company from its servants in the East
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Shah Jahan 1627–1658
, Frederick Charles,1833-1906; Foster, William,1863-1951
Publisher and Place:
London, S. Low, Marston & company (limited) 1897
Royal Mughal Ref:
THE series of India Ofﬁce Records known as the ‘ O. C.’ Collection, of which the earliest are published in the following pages, appears to have been collected and bound in volumes about the year 1835. This collection comprises letters, with enclosures, from their agents and others to the East India Company, and is styled ‘Original Correspondence from India, with collateral documents, originating at any place between England and Japan.’ These extend from 1603 to I 708, and appear to have been previously kept without any regard to
method or order. It is stated in a note that ‘they seem from what materials were extant at the commencement of order in keeping the early records to have been preserved by accident. The series, though valuable and important as far as it extends, is not continuous.’
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