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IRuIers of Jnbia: THE CLARENDON PRESS SERIES OF INDIAN HISTORICAL RETROSPECTS. Edited by Sir W. W. HUNTER, K.C.S.I., M.A., LL.D. Price 2S. 6d. each. The following Twenty-four Volumes have been published :— Akbar : and the Rise of the Mughal Empire. By Colonel Malleson, C.S.I. [Fourth Thousand. Albuquerque: and the Early Portuguese Settlements in India. By H. Morse Stephens, M.A. Aurangzib : and the Decay of the Mughal Empire. By Stanley Lane-Poole, B A. Madhava Rao Sindhia: and the Hindu Reconquest of India. By H. G. Keene, M.A., CLE. Lord Clive : and the Establishment of the English in India. By Colonel Malleson, C.S.I. Dupleix: and the Struggle for India by the European Nations. By Colonel Malleson, C.S.I. [Fourth Thousand. Warren Hastings : and the Founding of the British Administration. By Captain L. J. Trotter. [Fourth Thousand. The Marquess Cornwallis : and the Consolidation of British Rule. By W. S. Seton-Karr, sometime Foreign Secretary to the Government of India. [Third Thousand. Haidar All and Tipii Sultan : and the Struggle with the Muhammadan Powers of the South. By Lewin Bentham Bowring, C.S.I., sometime Private Secretary to the Viceroy (Lord Canning) and Chief Commissioner of Mysore. The Marquess Wellesley : and the Development of the Company into the Supreme Power in India. By the Rev. W. H. Hutton, M.A. The Marquess of Hastings : and the Final Overthrow of the Maratha Power. By Major Ross-of-Bladensburg, C.B., F.R.G.S. Mountstuart Elphinstone : and the Making of South- Western India. By J. S. Cotton, MA. Sir Thomas Munro : and the British Settlement of the Madras Presidency. By John Bradshaw, M.A., LL.D., late In- spector of Schools, Madras. R