FIBIS Journal 33 (Spring 2015)



Contents of FIBIS Journal 33

  • Editorial
  • From Soldier to Newspaperman: The Varied Experiences of Joachim Hayward Stocqueler in Bombay and Calcutta from 1819 to 1843 by Audrey T Carpenter
  • Captains Outrageous: tracing the maritime career of William Henry Biden by Richard Morgan
  • The Melvill Family – Three Generations of Commitment to India (Part 2) by David Williams
  • Assistant Apothecary Charles Maitland versus East India Company Justice by Charles Maitland
  • The East India Company: some snapshots of its history (Part 1) by David Blake
  • Reference to an article on The Victorian Web: Of Intelligence, an Assassination, East Indiamen and the Great Hurricane of 1808 by Tim Willasey- Wilsey, concerning Lt-Colonel David Richardson of the Bengal Army and his family
  • Reviews
    • The Nicholas Brothers and A. T. W. Penn: Photographers of South India 1855 – 1885 by Christopher Penn (2014). Review by Richard Morgan
    • The Brewing Storm – 1939-1941 (2013) and Burma Invaded – 1942 (2013), both by Major C M Enriquez, based on his diary. Review by Peter Bailey

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Weight 125 g
Dimensions 21 × 15 × .5 cm