• S. H. Steinberg
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India, as defined by Parliament (26 Geo. V, c. 2), comprises all that part of the great Indian peninsula which is directly or indirectly under British rule or protection. The term British India includes only the districts subject to British law, and does not include Indian states. The term is so used, unless otherwise stated, in the tables, etc., that follow.


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Books of Reference

Books of Reference concerning India: Special works relating to Provinces and States are shown under their separate headings: 1. Official Publications

  1. Guide to Current Official Statistics. The Government of India Press, Delhi, 1943.Google Scholar
  2. Administration : Reports on the various provinces. Annual.Google Scholar
  3. Agricultural Statistics of India. Annual. Delhi.Google Scholar
  4. Education in India. Annual and Quinquennial. Calcutta.Google Scholar
  5. Finance : Budget of the Governor-General of India in Council. Annual.—Home Accounts. Annual.Google Scholar
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  7. The Indian States. Annual. Calcutta.Google Scholar
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  12. India Trade Journal. Weekly. Calcutta.Google Scholar
  13. Report of the Indian Statutory Commission (Simon Commission). 2 vols. London, 1930.Google Scholar
  14. Statistical Statements relating to Co-operative Movement in India. Annual. Delhi.Google Scholar
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  16. Government of India Act, 1935, as amended 1942. London, 1943.Google Scholar
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  18. Social Service in India. An introduction to some social and economic problems of the Indian people. Written by six contributors. Edited by Sir Edward Blunt. London, 1938.Google Scholar
  19. India (Lord Privy Seal’s Mission). Cmd. 6,350. London, 1942.Google Scholar
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2. Non-Official Publications

  1. The Indian Tear Book. Annual. Bombay.Google Scholar
  2. Cambridge History of India. 6 vols. Cambridge, 1922–47.Google Scholar
  3. Cambridge Shorter History of India. New ed. Cambridge, 1943.Google Scholar
  4. Oxford Pamphlets on Indian Affairs. 33 nos. Oxford, 1943–45.Google Scholar
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  12. — The Discovery of India. London, 1946.Google Scholar
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British Provinces: Books of Reference on Burma

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Ceylon: Books of Reference concerning Ceylon

  1. Administration Reports of Ceylon. Annual.Google Scholar
  2. Annual General Reports on the Economic, Social and General Conditions of the Island. Annual.Google Scholar
  3. Blue Book of Ceylon. Annual.Google Scholar
  4. Census Publications from 1871. Decennial.Google Scholar
  5. Correspondence relating to the Revision of the Constitution of Ceylon. Cmd. 1906 of 1923 and Cmd. 2062 of 1924. London.—Report of the Special Commission on the Constitution. London, 1928.Google Scholar
  6. — Ceylon: Report of the Commission on Constitutional Reform. Cmd. 6677. London, 1945.Google Scholar
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  8. Colonial Office List. Annual. London.Google Scholar
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  10. ’Times of Ceylon’ Green Book. Annual.Google Scholar
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  16. Ferguson’s Ceylon Directory. Annual.Google Scholar
  17. Gardiner (J. S.), The Fauna and Geography of the Maldive and Laccadive Archipelagoes, 2 vols. Cambridge, 1901–05.Google Scholar
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Aden, Perim, Soqotra and Kuria Muria Islands: Books of Reference

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Borneo (British): Books of Reference

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Cyprus: Books of Reference concerning Cyprus

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Hong Kong: Books of Reference on Hong Kong: 1. Official Publications

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2. Non-Official Publications

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Malayan Union and Singapore: Books of Reference on the Federation of Malaya

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  3. Government Gazette (weekly).Google Scholar
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