Very Good. No Dust Jacket. Red hardback; firm and square with strong hinges, not showing any snags or splits; contents sound, clean and tight with no pen marks and no loose pages, just a former owner name at the endpaper. Not from a library so no such stamps or labels. A very good copy.
Very Good. Octavo, pp. xv, 294. Red cloth binding. No dust jacket, as issued. Pages remain clean and unmarked; binding, tight. Name printed on ffep. "Despite the fact that the India Office was for 89 years the British Home Government's largest and most complex overseas possession, the significance of its role in the formation of Indian policy, especially in its earliest years, has seldom been properly appreciated....Kaminsky now offers an authoritative and detailed account covering the years 1880-1910.
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