Bombay and Western India - A Series of Stray Papers Vol 2
Mirza Firuz Shah
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Sampson Low, Marston & Company, London - 1893
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From the beginning of its history all the Makers of Bombay were proud of it, and looked forward, no doubt, with high hopes to its future destiny.� James Douglas was a British civil servant in Mumbai, and his history emphasises the role of the British in the city�s affairs and development. The eighteen months of Meadows' Governorship of Mumbai city were uneventful. He originally wrote the essays that make up this book for publication in Indian newspapers and journals, such as The Bombay Gazette and The Times of India. Richly illustrated with numerous photographer plates, in-text wood-engravings, and two folding maps.
Though General Sir William Medows served his king and country well in Europe, Asia and America, there is not one vestige to recall his memory, except that well-known thorough fare in Bombay India which bears the name of Medows Street, and even it is supposed by many people to have some reference to the green fields which once surrounded the Castle and Fort of Mumbai India. That he did good work seems evident enough, for work may
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