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FORREST, G. W. Field Marshall Sir Neville Chamberlain.
Edinburgh & London : 1909First edition of what remains the only biography of Sir Neville Chamberlain (1820-1902), the materials for which were largely provided by Chamberlain's sister, Harriet, and by his son. Chamberlain was a career British Army officer who served with great distinction through many campaigns. He travelled to India in 1837 and served in the First Afghan War... Learn More£200.00
Stock Code: 142125
FORREST, G. W. A History of the Indian Mutiny.
Edinburgh & London : 1904-1912First edition, complete with the elusive third volume, published eight years after the first two. "Essentially a comprehensive survey of the military operations of the British. Government records and personal narratives have been studied and compared for the sake of accuracy. Narrative style is surprisingly clear and many maps included. Relatively impartial.... Learn More£1,500.00
Stock Code: 140471
FORREST, G. W. (ed.) The Indian Mutiny 1857-58
Calcutta : 1893-1902First editions of this landmark work on the Mutiny. "Forrest was charged with the duty of collecting all the various papers relating to the Mutiny and placing them in order for publication. The first volume is papers concerned the first outbreaks at Barrackpore, Berhampur, and Meerut and the siege and capture of Delhi. The next two volumes are concerned... Learn More£1,500.00
Stock Code: 127463
(CORNWALLIS, Charles, first Marquess Cornwallis.) FORREST, G. W. (ed.). Selections from the State Papers of the Governors-General of India. Lord Cornwallis.
Oxford : 1926First edition, first impression. This remains a vital source of information on Cornwallis and was one of the last editorial ventures of the veteran historian of India, Sir George Forrest (1845-1926), a man whose diligent work in the Indian archives "opened the way for a new type of history of British India" (ODNB). Volume I is given over entirely to... Learn More£150.00
Stock Code: 140904
FORREST, G.W. (ed.) Selections from the Letters, Despatches, and other State Papers preserved in the Bombay Secretariat. Home Series Vol. I [& II].
Bombay : 1887First edition. Uncommon. Some of the first fruits of Forrest's archival work which was to lead to the establishment of the Imperial Record Office in Calcutta, in 1884 " he was seconded to examine the records preserved in the Bombay secretariat - a task which bore fruit in a Maratha (1885) and a home (1887) series of state papers. In April 1888, after... Learn More£850.00
Stock Code: 111543