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Fri Mar 21 17:14:57 2014 UTClccn-n930613810.00Anthropology and Imperial administration : Sir Alfred Lyall and the official use of theories of social change developed in India after 1857 /0.671.00Sir Alfred Comyn lyall: A study of the Anglo-Indian official mind73844080Alfred_Comyn_Lyalln 930613813401042Comyn Lyall, Alfred 1835-1911Lyall, A.C.Lyall, A. C. 1835-1911Lyall, A. C. (Alfred Comyn), Sir, 1835-1911Lyall, Alfred.Lyall, Alfred, 1835-1911Lyall, Alfred C. 1835-1911Lyall, Alfred Charles, Sir, 1835-1911Lyall, Alfred Comyn 1835-1911Lyall, Alfred Comyns 1835-1911Lyall, Alfred, Sir, 1835-1911lccn-n79142936Tennyson, Alfred TennysonBaron1809-1892lccn-n84108880Hastings, Warren1732-1818lccn-n79104326Jackson, A. V. Williams(Abraham Valentine Williams)1862-1937edtlccn-n50082857Hügel, FriedrichFreiherr von1852-1925lccn-n79065426Gardner, Edmund G.1869-1935edtlccn-n80056933Dutt, Romesh Chunder1848-1909lccn-n50039097Lane-Poole, Stanley1854-1931lccn-n50013225Smith, Vincent Arthur1848-1920lccn-n87876334Elliot, H. M.(Henry Miers)Sir1808-1853lccn-n50029702Hunter, William WilsonSir1840-1900Lyall, Alfred ComynSir1835-1911HistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyGazetteersIndiaReligionTennyson, Alfred Tennyson,--Baron,British Occupation of India (1765-1947)Great BritainLyall, Alfred Comyn,--Sir,Hastings, Warren,ChinaLiteratureEnglish literatureUtilitarianismCivilizationColoniesGodAgnosticismEuhemerismReligion--PhilosophyDufferin and Ava, Frederick Temple Blackwood,--Marquis of,International relationsPolitical sciencePoets, EnglishHinduismChurch history--Middle AgesStatesmenColonial administratorsEnglish poetryIndia--VidarbhaReligionsChurch history--Modern periodBritishIndia--Hyderabad (State)ReformationChurch historyEthnologyLiterature and historyJapanEngineering--Study and teachingBusiness educationEducation, HigherIndia--Central ProvincesCultural policyIndigenous peoplesPember, Edward Henry,Browning, Robert,NobilityDummies (Bookselling)Authors, EnglishAsiaCannon familyApplied anthropology183519111856185818671868187018721874187518781880188118821883188418851887188818891890189118921893189418961898189919001901190219031904190519061907190819091910191119121913191419151916191919201922192619291930193119581968197019731975197619771980198419871989199219992000200820092010201120125478168523821.8BL1031ocn000868991ocn781556828ocn565328310ocn002926253ocn657426835ocn801211012ocn80137944099053ocn006416726book19020.56Lyall, Alfred ComynTennysonCriticism, interpretation, etcBiography92272ocn000930778book18930.70Lyall, Alfred ComynThe rise and expansion of the British dominion in IndiaHistory56530ocn000674694book18890.50Lyall, Alfred ComynWarren HastingsHistoryBiographyFirst published in 1889, Alfred Lyall's biography of the first Governor-General of India concentrates on Hastings' time in India from his first arrival in 1750 through his famous impeachment trial for maladministration and corruption. The trial, spearheaded by Edmund Burke and Hastings' notorious enemy Sir Philip Francis, dragged on from 1787 until his final acquittal in 179546415ocn000369151book19150.66Lyall, Alfred ComynStudies in literature and historyHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etc43641ocn000895550book18820.79Lyall, Alfred ComynAsiatic studies, religious and socialHistory31114ocn000781402book19070.70Jackson, A. V. WilliamsHistory of IndiaHistory30917ocn000445315book19050.70Lyall, Alfred ComynThe life of the Marquis of Dufferin and AvaBiography2437ocn000868991book19040.70Walpole, SpencerThe history of twenty-five yearsHistory20223ocn004888297book18850.76Lyall, Alfred ComynVerses written in India924ocn002298178book18910.81Lyall, Alfred ComynNatural religion in India746ocn005133563com19070.92Lyall, Alfred ComynPoems268ocn010784752book18700.95Berar (India)Gazetteer for the Haidarábád Assigned Districts, commonly called Berár. 1870Gazetteers253ocn028653039book18580.76History of the Christian Church from the thirteenth century to the present day, including the history of the Reformation253ocn680539190book18560.79Carwithen, J. B. SHistory of the Christian Church from the fourth to the twelfth century254ocn002111132book18850.70Lyall, Alfred ComynEtudes sur les moeurs religieuses et sociales de l'Extrême-Orient2511ocn043159342book18990.37Lyall, Alfred ComynAsiatic studies : religious and social225ocn024903040book18680.94Lyall, Alfred ComynReport of the Ethnological Committee on papers laid before them and upon examination of specimens of aboriginal tribes brought to the Jubbulpore Exhibition of 1866-67212ocn612429096file19070.84Lyall, Alfred ComynAsiatic studies, religious and social being a selection from essays published under that title in 1882 and 1889195ocn024902926book18910.95Lyall, Alfred ComynNatural religion in India the Rede Lecture delivered in the Senate-House on June 17, 1891.199ocn221207476book18840.35Lyall, Alfred ComynAsiatic studies : religious and social3211ocn002463077book19310.66Hügel, FriedrichThe reality of God, and Religion & agnosticism; being the literary remains of Baron Friedrich von HügelControversial literature864ocn003534757book19130.84Durand, H. MortimerLife of the Right Hon. Sir Alfred Comyn Lyall, P.C., K.C.B., G.C.I.E., D.C.L., LL. D442ocn004078400book19760.97Parveen Shaukat AliPillars of British imperialism : a case study of the political ideas of Sir Alfred Lyall, 1873-1903Biography211ocn026691330book19130.53Durand, H. MortimerLife of the Right Hon. Sir Alfred Comyn Lyall92ocn030652117book19890.84Sugiyama, ChūheiEducational and technological exchange in 19th century AsiaHistoryConference proceedings41ocn047218840book19120.23Royal Society of Literature (Great Britain)The Academic Committee : commemorative addresses on Sir Alfred Comyn LyallBiography21ocn062362332book19120.47Prothero, G. WCommemorative addresses on Sir Alfred Comyn Lyall11ocn051078048book0.47Ilbert, CourtenaySir Alfred Lyall, 1835-191111ocn751761271book1973Owen, RogerAnthropology and Imperial administration : Sir Alfred Lyall and the official use of theories of social change developed in India after 185711ocn062169256art19141.00Reay, Donald James MackaySir A. C. Lyall11ocn794122982book18871.00Lyall, Alfred Comyn[Kalāmulmulūk, mulūkulkalām]SourcesUrdu translation of selected speeches of Sir Alfred Comyn Lyall, delivered from 1882 to 1887, preceded by a biographical introd11ocn006970940book19801.00Chew, Ernest C. TSir Alfred Comyn lyall: A study of the Anglo-Indian official mind11ocn062169260art19141.00Ilbert, CourtenaySir Alfred Lyall11ocn702144898mix1.00Champneys, BasilBasil Champneys correspondenceArchivesLetters received by Basil Champneys from various correspondents including George Du Maurier, R. C. Jebb, A. C. Lyall, Hallam Tennyson, and Francis Warre Cornish. Many letters concern a dinner in 1904 for the Artists' General Benevolent Institution. Also included are manuscript pieces by Coventry Patmore, an autograph sheet, and third-party letters including items to or from Annie Wood Besant, John Fulleylove, and Brooke Foss Westcott11ocn702162573bks1.00Cannon familyMaterial relating to The tripled crownScrapbook of letters, writings, and clippings of reviews relating to "The Tripled Crown: A Book of English, Scotch, and Irish Verse for the Age of Six to Sixteen, Chosen and Arranged by Three of That Age." Scrapbook probably compiled by Cannan sisters. Writings comprise two poems entitled "The Tripled Crown," one by the Vice-Chancellor of Magdalen College at the University of Oxford, the other by Sir Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch (published in the book). Letters are addressed to the editors and publisher, responding to requests for permission to publish, or expressing appreciation for the book. Correspondents include Sir Alfred Comyn Lyall, Sir Humphrey Sumner Milford, Sir Henry John Newbolt, Sir Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch, and Algernon Charles Swinburne. There are also some loose letters and clippingsFri Mar 21 15:53:46 EDT 2014batch24707