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Bombay in the days of Queen Anne being an account of the settlement, by J. Burnell

J. Burnell

Bombay in the days of Queen Anne being an account of the settlement, by J. Burnell

by J. Burnell

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Published by Kraus Reprint Ltd .
Written in English


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Statement[edited by] S.T. Sheppard to which isadded Burnell"s narrative of his adventures in Bengal.
ContributionsSheppard, S. T.
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Open LibraryOL20698484M

  Queen Anne (born Lady Anne of York; February 6, – August 1, ) was the last monarch of Great Britain’s Stuart dynasty. Although her reign was marred by her health problems and she left no Stuart heirs, her era included the union of England and Scotland, as well as international events that helped Britain rise to prominence on the. The paper investigates the principal architectural considerations that governed the evolution of Madras, Bombay, and Calcutta, the three British colonial port cities of India, and seeks to answer the question of whether and to what extent these cities were planned. The extreme view in this debate on planning is taken by Sten Nilsson in his European Architecture in India, where he claims that.

  The 16 small fragments, after careful analysis, turned out to be the account of the adventures of a sea captain, which sounds like a fitting read for a sailor. Queen Anne's Revenge had only been in the pirate's possession six months when he ran her aground in May , off the North Carolina coast. He abandoned her to the sea, and she remained. 2. A voyage to the East Indies, Book-I by J H Grose, 3. A Book of Bombay by James Douglas, 4. Catalogue of Prints of Old Bombay by Cecil L Burns, 5. Bombay in the days of Queen Anne by John Burnell 6. Materials Towards Statistical Account of the Town and Island of Bombay by J M Campbell,

  In the fourth book of his Generall Historie of Virginia, New-England, and the Summer Isles, published in , John Smith describes the content of a letter he allegedly wrote to Queen Anne, the wife of King James I of England, asking her to give special consideration to Pocahontas, the daughter of the Virginia Indian paramount chief Powhatan, on the occasion of Pocahontas's visit to London in.   I bought it for Rs 20 has now an internet price of Rs I always thought I will Blog on Old Bombay based on this book. Other books in English that I have downloaded from the internet and have referred to extensively for this blogs are (Fig 4) da Cunha’s “Origin of Bombay” and Burnell’s “Bombay in the days of Queen Anne”.


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