Hastings and Rohilla War by J. Strachey.

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There was a Second Rohilla War, in Warren Hastings. The war became a matter of Westminster politics during the Impeachment of Warren Hastings. Charges of destroying a nation were brought against Hastings by Edmund Burke and later Thomas Macaulay.

References. John Strachey (), Hastings and the Rohilla War; NotesLocation: Rohilkhand. Hastings and the Rohilla War by Strachey, John, Sir, Publication date Topics Hastings, Hastings and Rohilla War by J.

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Author(s) of Review: Sidney James Owen The English Historical Review, Vol. 8, No. 30 (Apr., ), pp. – Wikisource has the text of the Encyclopædia Britannica article Rohilla.

on Hastings and the Rohilla War, examines in detail one of the chief charges made against the conduct of Warren Hastings while Governor- General. The Rohilla charge was dropped by Burke and the managers, and was therefore not one of the issues tried at the impeachment ; but it was, in spite of this fact, one of the main accusations urged against the Governor-General in Macaulay's famous essay.

HASTINGS AND THE ROHILLA WAR. by John Strachey. Published by Oxford University Press. 1st. Slightly better than good condition. Blue cloth, gilt titles. xxvii + + 8 pages. Inscriptions in ink to prelims. Corners rubbed. Spine split. Stock no. Price £ Located at: Stella Books, Tintern. Buy Hastings and the Rohilla War (Classic Reprint) by Sir John Strachey (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.

Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. [ ]. ROHILLA (a Pushtu word for “mountaineer”), a tribe of Afghan marauders, who, towards the beginning of the 18th century, conquered a district of Hindostan, giving it the name of Rohilkhand, which still survives as an alternative title of the Bareilly division of the United Provinces.

The Rohillas are chiefly notable for their association with Warren Hastings, which formed one of the. HASTINGS was often bombed during the Second World War. John Bristow, describing a raid on 23 May says ' There was a god-almighty explosion and we went into the passage by The Havelock pub and we dived onto the ground and lay there looking out before a /5.

While actively engaged on the council he found time to follow the example of his friend, Sir James Fitzjames Stephen, and to attempt in 'Hastings and the Rohilla War' (), to clear the memory of Warren Hastings from the charges arising from the Rohilla war of Strachey, who on the occasion of Lord Curzon’s inauguration as chancellor.

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"Walking the streets of Panipat". Indian Oil News. Archived from the original on 28 April Retrieved 8 April Lansford Hastings continued his political activities in California, working as a lawyer and judge in Sacramento.

He was married three times and is known to have had several children. During the Civil War he was a major in the Confederate Army. After the war he went to Brazil to establish a colony for refugees from the Confederacy.

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Arnold Bibliography The End of General Gordon Paras. 1– HASTINGS AND THE ROHILLA WAR. By Sir John Strachey, G.C.S.I. From the Preface:?* One of the imaginary crimes of Hastings, the judicial murder of Nandkumar, has been blotted out by Sir James Stephen.

If the author should help to satisfy the students of Indian nistory that the crime of selling the. The book has no endnotes, and the bibliography includes only a small number of books for each chapter, mainly excellent and well-known histories.

Hastings_ (), the best apology for the remarkable governor of India, and should be contrasted with Lord Macaulay's celebrated indictment of Hastings; Sir John Strachey, _Hastings and the Rohilla War_ (), favorable to Hastings' work in India.

On Australia: Greville Tregarthen, _Australian Commonwealth_, 3d ed. (), a good. Histories / British Empire: A Catalogue of the Library of the Hon. East-India Company in Two Volumes. New York, N. Y.: Burt Franklin, This book features a Carey Center engraving on the book jacketBennie R. Crockett, Jr.

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