The worlds of the East India Company / edited by H.V. Bowen, Margarette Lincoln, and Nigel Rigby
- The English East India Company and India / Om Prakash -- 'No longer mere traders': continuities and change in the metropolitan development of the East India Company, 1600-1834 / H.V. Bowen -- East India Company agency work in the British Isles, 1700-1800 / James H. Thomas -- War, competition and collaboration: relations between the English and Dutch East India Companies in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries / Femme Gaastra -- Frank submissions: the company and the mughals between Sir Thomas Roe and Sir William Norris / Sanjay Subrahmanyam -- The East India Company and the trade in non-metallic precious materials from Sir Thomas Roe to Diamond Pitt / Bruce P. Lenman -- Bengkulu: an Anglo-Chinese partnership / Anthony Farrington -- Establishing the sea routes to India and China: stages in the development of hydrographical knowledge / Andrew S. Cook -- Strategy, policy and shipbuilding: the Bombay dockyard, the Indian Navy and imperial security in eastern seas, 1784-1869 / Andrew Lambert -- 'An undiscovered ocean of commerce laid open': India, wine and emerging Atlantic economy, 1703-1813 / David Hancock -- Contested relations: the East India Company and Lascars in London / Shompa Lahiri -- Signs of commerce: the East India Company and the patronage of eighteenth-century British art / Geoff Quilley -- India and the East India Company in the public sphere of eighteenth-century Britain / Jeremy Osborn -- Afterword: The legacies of two hundred years of contact / P.J. Marshall.
- 0851158773 (alk. paper)
- Papers from a conference held at the National Maritime Museum, in association with the University of Leicester, in July 2000.
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- Includes bibliographical references and index.
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