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|Title:||The James Thomason School in Northern India, 1822-1853: A Biographical and Administrative Study|
|Advisor:||Johnston, Charles Murray|
|Abstract:||<p>This dissertation attempts to show Haileyburians - students of the East India College - at the peak of their influence in India. This is done by an examination of the so-called Thomason 'school' at work in Northern India in the two decades before the Mutiny. This serves the purpose, moreover, of shedding light on a relatively neglected period of British India. The writings - private and published - of Haileyburians themselves provide the principle source of narrative, analysis, and interpretation.</p>|
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