The History of British India, vol. 2
James Mill’s History is a work of Benthamite “philosophical history” from which the reader is supposed to draw lessons about human nature, reason and religion, and the deleterious impact of commercial monopolies like the East India Company.
The History of British India in 6 vols. (3rd edition) (London: Baldwin, Cradock, and Joy, 1826). Vol. 2.
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Table of Contents
- HISTORY of BRITISH INDIA.
- BOOK II.—OF THE HINDUS.
- CHAP. VIII
- CHAP. IX.
- APPENDIX. N° I.: Remarks on the Arguments for the Antiquity of the Hindu Astronomy.
- APPENDIX. N° II.: Colebrooke on Sanscrit Algebra.
- CHAP. X.
- BOOK III.: THE MAHOMEDANS.
- CHAP. I.
- CHAP. II.
- CHAP. III.
- CHAP. IV.
- CHAP. V.
- NOTE A. p. 71.