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Title An Historical Interpretation Of The Correspondence Of Sir George Russel Clerk
Description This PhD Research dissertation presents a historical interpretation of the voluminous correspondence between the British political Agent of Ambala and Ludhiana and the supreme British government at Calcutta during his agent-ship between 1831 and 1843. This correspondence deals with British relations with the chiefs of Cis-Sutlej states and Maharaja Ranjit Singh, ruler of Trans-Sutlej territory of Punjab. The scholar had given British Agent's reportage of each political move made by the eastern chiefs and the Lahore Durbar and their possible impact of these moves on the British power. The author believes that it was this British Agent's guidance and advisories which shaped the British rulers towards Punjab. The author's summery of this very voluminous correspondence has given its essence and its historical impact on Punjab destiny
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