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AuthorTitlePublicationYear
MacFarlane, Iris Tales & Legends From IndiaF. Watts, Publishers
ASIN: B0007E06GC
1966
MacFarlane, IrisThe Black Hole: Or, the Makings of a LegendAllen & Unwin, Publishers
ISBN: 004954019X
1975
MacFarlane, IrisDaughters Of The Empire: A Memoir of Life & Times in the British RajOxford University Press (USA)
ISBN: 0195678125
March 31, 2006
Mackenzie, Helen, DouglasStorms & Sunshine of A Soldier's Life: Lt. Gen. Colin Mackenzie, C.B., 1825-1881David Douglas
ASIN: B00086Z5ME
1884
MacKenzie, Helen, DouglasR. Bentley
ASIN: B000865J98
1857
MacKenzie, Helen, DouglasLife In The Mission, The Camp, and the ZenaiR. Bentley
ASIN: B0008B8AL2
1854
MacLeod, Roderick D.Impressions of an Indian Civil Servant (UC Davis Library)H. F. & G. Witherby, Ltd., London1938
MacMillan, MargaretWomen of the RajThames and Hudson, Inc., New York, NY1988
MacMunn, Major G. F.The Armies of IndiaAdam & Charles Black, London1911
MacMunn, Sir GeorgeThe Indian Mutiny in PerspectiveG. Bell & Sons, London1931
MacMunn, Sir GeorgeThe Living IndiaG. Bell & Sons, London1934
Maconochie, EvanLife in the Indian Civil ServiceChapman and Hall, London1926
Madge, Elliot WalterHenry Derozio: The Eurasian Poet and Reformer, A Lecture (UC Davis Library)Naya Prokash,Calcutta1967
Madge, Elliot WalterThe Madras Almanac and Compendium of IntelligenceAsylum Press, Madras
Madge, Elliot WalterThe Problem of the Hour, A Lecture on the Recruiting of Anglo-Indian & Eurasian RegimentsCalcutta1885
Mahar, J. Michael (ed.)The Untouchables in Contemporary IndiaThe University of Arizona Press1972
Maher, ReginaldThese Are The Anglo-Indians (Univ. of Illinois & Univ. of Calif. Berkeley Libraries)Swallow Press, Calcutta1962
Mahieu, V.The Hunt for the Heart: Selected tales from the Dutch East IndiesKuala Lumpur1995
Mains, Lt. Col. TonyThe Retreat From BurmaNew English Library, Ltd., London1974
Mains, Lt. Col. TonyA Soldier with the RailwaysPicton Publishing1995
Mains, Lt. Col. TonyRifleman to Colonel - The Memoirs of Major Gajendra Malla, 9th Gurkha RiflesReliance Publishing House, New Delhi1999
Maitland, J. C.Letters from Madras during the Years 1836-39Wm. Clowes & Sons, London1846
Majumdar, D.N.Races and Culture of IndiaAsia Publishing House, Bombay and New York1961
Malabari, Phiroze B.M.Bombay in the MakingT. Fisher Unwin, London1910
Malcolm, Sir JohnA Memoir of Central India (2 vols.)Kingsbury, Parbury & Allen, London1823
Malcolm, Sir JohnA Political History of India from 1784 to 1823 (2 vols.)John Murray, London1826
Malgonkar, Col. ManoharCombat of Shadows (Cal-State Hayward Univ. Library)Hind Pocket Books, Delhi1962
Malgonkar, Col. ManoharThe Devil´s WindThe Viking Press, New York1972
Malgonkar, Col. ManoharThe PrincessThe Viking Press, New York1963
Malhotra, Capt. V.K.BANDOBUST: A Raj ExperienceHumormongers2003
Malleson, Col. G. B.Final French Struggles in IndiaW. H. Allen & Co., London1884
Malleson, Col. G. B.History of the French in India (2nd ed.)John Grant, Edinburgh1909
Malleson, Col. G. B.The Indian Mutiny of 1857Seeley Services, London1912
Mallik, B. K.The Individual and the GroupGeorge Allen & Unwin, Ltd., London1939
Mallinson, AlanHonourable Company: A Novel Of India Before The Raj
Mann, PaulThe Ganja CoastFawcett Columbine1994
Mann, PaulSeason of the MonsoonBallantine Books, NY1992
Mann, TomLaunching Out in Faith: A Farm Home for Children in IndiaCopy Master, Australia1999
Mannoni, O.Prospero and Caliban: The Psychology of ColonizationFrederick A. Praeger, NY1964
Markham, Clements R., editorThe Hawkins´ Voyage during the Reigns of Henry VIII, Queen Elizabeth and James IHakluyt Society, London1878
Marks, CopelandThe Varied Kitches of India: Cuisines of the Anglo-Indians of Calcutta, Kashmiris, Parsis, and Tebetans of DarjeelingM. Evans & Company
ISBN: 0871314762
Marriot, J.A.The English in IndiaLondon1828
Marryat, FlorenceGup: Sketches of Anglo-Indian Life and CharacterR. Bentley, London1868
Marshman, John ClarkThe Life and Times of Carey, Marshman, and Ward (2 volumes)Longmans, Brown, Green, Longmans & Roberts, Lond.1859
Martin, David WilliamThe Changing Face Of CalcuttaVikas Publication House
New Delhi
1997
Martineau, A.Dupliex: sa vie et son ouevreSociete d´Editions Geogrphique, Maritime et Coloniales, Paris1931
Martineau, A.Dupliex: et L´Inde Francaise (4 volumes)Societe d´Editions Geogrphique, Maritime, et Coloniales, Paris1920-1928
Martineau, HarrietBritish Rule In India: An Historical SketchSmith, Elder. London1857
Martyn, MargaretMarried to the RajBACSA, Putney, London1992
Mascarenhas, LambertSorrowing Lies My LandHind Kitabs, Bombay1955
Mason, PhillipA Matter of Honour: An Account of the Indian Army, Its Officers and MenHolt, Rinehart & Winston, New York1974
Mason, PhillipThe Men Who Ruled India: A Fundamental Contribution to the History of British Imperialism (2 vols.)Schocken Books, New York1953
Mason, PhillipA Shaft of Sunlight: Memoirs of a Varied LifeCharles Scribner´s Sons, NY1978
Mason, PhillipSkinner of Skinner´s Horse(Contra Costa County Library, Pleasant Hill, CA)Andre Deutsch, London1979
Massey, MontagueJayam Subramanian & PG Distributed ProofreadersJune 2004
Master, StreynshamDiaries of Streynsham Master, 1675-1680 (Ed. by Sir Richard Carnac Temple) (Indian Records Series)John Murray, London1911
Masters, JohnBhowani Junction (Walnut Creek Library, CA)Viking Press1954
Mathews, BasilThe Clash of ColorLondon1925
Mathews, BasilIndia Reveals HerselfOxford Univ. Press, London1937
Mathews, BasilThe Secret of the RajUnited Council for Missionary Education1915
Mathia, ManoramaMulligatawny SoupPenguin, New Delhi1933
Mathur, P.N.The Civil Service of India 1731-1894Prabhash Prakashan, Jodhpur1977
Maunier, ReneThe Sociology of Colonies (Edited & translated by E. O. Lorimer) (2 vols)Routledge & Kegan Paul, London1949
Mawson, Michael HargreaveEyewitness In The CrimeaGreen Hill Bookswww.greenhillbooks.com/booksheets/eyewitness_in_the_crimea.html
Mayer, J.E.Humour and Pathos of Anglo Indian Life (extracts from his brother´s note book by Dr. Ticklemore)1895
Mayhew, ArthurChristianity and the Government of IndiaFaber & Gwyer, Ltd., London1929
Mayo, KatherineMother IndiaButler & Tanner Ltd., London1927
Mazumdar, A.C.Indian National EvolutionG.A. Natesan, Madras1917
McClintick, DavidSWORDFISH: A True Story of Ambition, Savagery, and BetrayalPantheon
ISBN 0679420193
1993
McGilvary, D.Dutch Burghers & Portuguese Mechanics: Eurasian Ethnicity in Sri Lanka: Comparative Studies in Society and History1982
Meltalfe, Sir Thomas"The Golden Calm": An English Lady´s Life In Moghul DelhiWebb & Bower, Exeter, England
Menen, A.Dead Man in the Silver MarketCharles Scribner´s, New York1953
Menezes, Lt. Gen. S.L.Fidelity & Honour: The Indian Army From the Seventeenth to the Twenty-First Century (Oregon State University Library)Penguin Books, Ltd.,1993
Menon, V.P.The Transfer of Power in IndiaOrient Longmans, New Delhi1968
Merchant, IsmailCotton Mary Screenplay by Alexandra VietsPenguin Books, India2000
Metcalf, Thomas R.The Aftermath of Revolt: India 1857-1870Prineton Univ Press, Princeton1965
Metcalfe, T. R.Selections from the Papers of Lord Metcalfe (Ed. by John William Kaye)Smith, Elder & Co., London1855
Miles, R.White Man´s Country: Racism in British politicsPluto Press, London1984
Mill, James & Wilson, Horace H.The History of British India (9 vols.) (4th ed.)James Madden & Co., London1840
Miller, Almeda GlennTiger DreamsPolestar2002
Miller, ClaryHockey´s Grand SlamDella´s Print Pty., Ltd., Perth1988
Millington, P. & J. MasoukaA Homeward MailSmith, Elder and Co., London1911
Mills, ArthurIndia In 1858J. Murray Publishers
ASIN: B00085TUXU
1858
Minchin, CharlesThe Annals of an Anglo-Indian FamilyLondon1920
Minto, James R.Dr. Graham of KalimpongDr. Graham´s Homes, Kalimpong, India1995
Misra, B.B.The Indian Middle Classes and Their Growth in Modern TimesOxford University Press, London1961
Misra, UdayonThe Raj in Fiction: A Study of Nineteenth Century British Attitudes Towards IndiaB.R. Pub. Corp., New Dehli1987
Mistry, RohintonA Fine BalanceVintage International, New York1995
Mitra, ChandanConstant Glory: La Martiniere Saga 1836-1986 (University of Minnesota Library)Oxford Univ. Press., Calcutta1987
Mitra, S.M.Anglo-Indian StudiesLongmans, Green & Co., London1913
Mollo, BorisThe Indian ArmyPublisher Unknown
ISBN 0-7137-1074-8
Monckton-Jones, M. E.Warren Hastings in Bengal, 1772-1774Clarendon Press, Oxford1918
Monsarrat, NicholasThe White RajahPan P'back1961
Moore, CharlesThe Sheriffs of Fort William from 1775 to 1926 (2nd ed.)Thacker, Spink & Co., Calcutta1926
Moore, Gloria JeanFrom India, With Love
The story follows the fortunes of an Anglo-Indian family, Irene & Alf Sellers and their sons, Basil & Rex, who left western India for Adelaide, Australia in 1948. Basil & Rex were to have outstanding success in business and sport. They are regarded as quiet achievers, with statesman-like qualities.

The marriages of Basil & Clare, and Rex & Ann are admired for their stability. They have close and loving families. Rex represented Australia in cricket in 1964. Basil is an international figure in the corporate world. Both brothers are dedicted to sport especially cricket and Australia football, and have contributed generously to these sports. Ot was Naso;´s decision to preserve and publish the Sellers´ story. He had long been concerned at the silence surrounding his Anglo-Indian origins, and chose me to write this book to celebrate that hidden heritage, to understand what the term "Angl-Indian" meant, and what it means to be Anglo-Indian.
COPIES AVAILABLE FROM THE AUTHOR:
Dr. G.J.Moore, P.O.Box 155, North Mulgrave, Victoria 3170
AUS $47 local Australia
$35 + $25 postage overseas
November 2006
Moore, Gloria JeanThe Anglo-Indian VisionAE Press, Melbourne1986
Moore, Gloria JeanThe Lotus and the Rose: An Anglo-Indian StoryRiver Seine Publications, Melbourne1986
Moore, Gloria Jean
www.alphalink.com.au/~drgmoore
I Was a StrangerChandos Publishing, Victoria1994
Moore, LucyMaharanis: The Extraordinary Tale of Four Indian Queens & Their Journey From Purdah to ParliamentViking Press, New York2004
Moorhouse, GeoffreyCalcuttaHolt, Rinehart & Winston, NY1971
Moorhouse, GeoffreyIndia Britannica - A Vivid Introduction to the History of British IndiaPaladin Books, U.K.1984
Moorhouse, GeoffreyOn An Indian PilgrimageHodder & Stoughton, London1993
Moraes, Dom & Sarayu SrivatsaThe Long Strider: How Thomas Coryate Walked From England To India In The Year 1613Penguin Viking
ISBN 0-67-004975-1
2003
Moreno, H.W.B.The Call to Arms for Anglo-IndiansCentral Press, Calcutta1916
Moreno, H.W.B.Freemasonry RevealedCalcutta1918
Morris, HenryAnglo-Indian Worthies
Morris, JamesHeaven’s Command: An Imperial Progress
Is the first in the Pax Britannica trilogy of history books about the British Empire by James Morris (better known today as Jan Morris, the world’s most respected travel writer).

This volume traces the rise of the Empire from a few scattered holdings to dominance over 2/3’s of the Earth during the period 1837-1897, the first 60 years of Victoria’s reign.

Although a thick book well over 500 pages in length, it is actually a rather quick read due to Morris’ lively writing style. It is not an exhaustive work but it does hit upon the many thoughts, trends, and events that gave rise to British Imperialism. At times Morris seems wistful about Britain’s lost imperial past and times amused by the mores of Victorian era Britons. Being rather anti-imperialist myself I feel Morris is not critical enough, but on the whole Morris tells the story warts and all. His main thesis is that a missionary zeal drove the expansion of British influence worldwide. In the process the prostelyzing goal shifts from the gospel of Jesus Christ to the gospel of British civilization. As a reader of British fiction, I found this book helpful in finally knowing something about all those cultural touchstones that appear in British literature. At last I know a bit about the Indian Mutiny, the Boer War, Gordon of Khartoum and Dr. Livingstone. The Crimean War, however, is only mentioned in passing.
Harcourt; 1st Harvest/HBJ Ed edition
ISBN-13: 978-0156400060
May 1980
Morris, JanStones of Empire: the Buildings of the RajOxford Univ. Press, Oxford/NewYork1986
Morrison, CameronA New Geography Of the Indian Empire & Ceylon5th Edition, Thomas Nelson & Sons
London
Mosley, LeonardThe Last Days of the British RajHarcourt, Brace & World, Bombay1961
Moss, PeterBye-Bye Blackbird: An Anglo-Indian MemoirIuniverse Inc.
ISBN 0595313736
January 31, 2004
You can purchase from Abebooks.com
Mountnorris, George AnnesleyVoyages and Travels to India, Ceylon, The Red Sea, Abyssinia & Egypt in the Years 1802-1806 (3 vols)London1809
Moxham, RoxThe Great Hedge Of India
A great hedge that by the 1850's ran for 1,500 miles, planted by the East India Co as part of a "customs line" which divided India from the Himalayas to Orissa. Guarded by 12,000 men to extort the hated Salt Tax......... It was one of the greatest constructions in history and added significantly to the sum of human misery in India, yet it appears in almost no history books and today seems completely forgotten in both Britain and India."
Carroll & Graf PublishersReprint edition (March 12, 2002)
Moynihan, Elizabeth B.Paradise As A Garden In Persia & Mughal IndiaNew York: Braziller1979
Mudford, PeterBirds of Different Plumage: A Study of British-India Relations from Akbar to CurzonCollins, St. James´ Place, London1974
Muir, RamsayThe Making of British India, 1756-1858Manchester Univ. Press1915
Muir, RamsayA Short History of the British Commonwealth (2 volumes)George Philip & Son, London1920
Mullans, J.London and Calcutta Compared in their HeathanismJ. Nishet, London1868
MultatuliMax Havellar: Or the Coffee Auctions of the Dutch Trading Company (Orig. Published in the Netherlands in 1859)Reprinted in Amherst, USA1982
MundyThe Travels of Peter Mundy (Ed. by Richard C. Temple) (2 volumes)Hakluyt Society, London1914
Munro, InnesA Narrative of the Military Operations on the Coromandel CoastPrivately printed by T. Bensley, London1789
Murray, JohnMurray´s Handbook, India Burma & Ceylon: A Handbook For TravellersJohn Murray, Albemarle Street, London, England; Thacker, Spink & Co., Calcutta, India1909
Naidis, MarkBritish Attitudes Toward The Anglo-IndianThe South Atlantic QuarterlySummer 1963, Vol.LXII, No.3
Naik, M.K.Mirror On The Wall: Images of Inida and the Englishman In Anglo-Indian FictionSterling Pub Private Ltd.
ISBN: 8120713397
December 1991
Nair, P. ThankappanBritish Beginnings in Bengal 1600-1660Punthi Pustak, Calcutta1991
Nair, P. ThankappanJob Charnock: The Founder of Calcutta
Narayanan, GomathiThe Sahibs and the Natives: A Study of Guilt & Pride in Anglo-Indian & Anglo-Indian NovelsChanakya Pub., Delhi1986
Nash, John T.Volunteering in IndiaGeorge Philip & Son, London1893
Neill, StephenA History of Christianity in India, 1757-1858Cambridge Univ. Press, NY1985
Nevile, PranStories From The Raj: Sahibs, Memsahibs & OthersIndialog Publications2003
Newlands, RobinA Fighting Retreat: The British Empire 1957-1997Hodder & Stoughton,
London
1996
Nichols, BeverleyVerdict on IndiaHarcourt, Brace & Co., NY
ASIN: B0007AMUKG
1944
Nicholson, KaiA Presentation of Social Problems in the Indo-Anglian and the Anglo-Indian NovelJaico Publishing House, Bombay1972
Nicole, ChristopherSword of Honour1991
Nieuwenhuys, R.Mirror of the Indies: A History of Dutch Colonial LiteratureAmherst1982
Nisbet, H.Experiences of a Jungle-WallahSt. Albans1936
Norris, Paul ByronFollow My Bangalorey ManBACSA, Putney, London1996
Norris, Paul ByronUlysses in the Raj: The Greek Community in IndiaBACSA Putney, London1992
O'Malley, L.S.S.The Indian Civil Service, 1601-1930John Murray, London1931
O'Neill, OliviaIndigo NightsBerkley Medallion Books, New York1977
Oaten, Edward FarleyA Sketch of Anglo-Indian LiteratureKegan Paul, Trench, Trubner & Co., London1908
Orme, RobertCalcutta in 1756
Orme, RobertHistory of the Military Transactions of the British Nation (2 vols.) (2nd ed.)John Nourse, London1775
Orwell, GeorgeBurmese Days (Calif. State Univ. Sacramento)Harcourt, Brace & Co., New York1934
Osburn, Lt. Col. ArthurMust England Lose India? The Nemesis of EmpireAlfred A. Knopf, London1930
Ovington, Rev. JohnA Voyage to Suratt in the Year 1689 (Edited by H. G. Rawlinson)Oxford Univ. Press1929
O´Meara, Patrick
Author’s Note
This collection of stories and memories is not intended to be an exhaustive account of our family’s childhood years in India, Ireland and England. Sometimes, it has seemed relevant to introduce comments and other post-colonial tales in order to paint a clearer picture of the times. For these occasional detours, I would crave the indulgence of my readers.

It is intended to remind our branch of the O’Meara family, my beloved wife and, in particular, my own two sons Karl and Kieron — who “have heard it all before” —, of many hours passed in the telling of them. It is also intended as an easy summary of the kind of living we enjoyed and sometimes suffered in those faraway days. It is a summary intended, not only for our children, but also for their children and grandchildren. We had no television, computers, personal stereos, refrigerators or other labour-saving kitchen equipment. Neither did we have “designer” clothing or the other “must have” accoutrements of today’s living. Yet I cannot ever remember a single day when I was “bored” as so many youngsters claim to be today.

My advice to all who read this collection of memories is to value each day of their own lives as precious and exciting building blocks of their own stories — even though they may sometimes include sorrowful or tragic moments — that they too might one day tell their own families.
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Panckridge, Nicholas B.Verdict in India1946
Panckridge, Sir HughA Short History of the Bengal ClubCalcutta1927
Panter-Downes, MollieOoty Preserved: A Victorian Hill Station in IndiaStraus and Giroux, New York1967
Parkes, Lady FannyWanderings of a Pilgrim in Search of the Picturesque (2 volumes)Pelham Richardson, London1850
Parkin, RaleighIndia Today (Rev. ed.)Longmans, Green & Co., Vancouver1945
Parratt, John & Saroj N. Arambam ParrattQueen Empress vs Tikendrajit Prince of Manipur The Anglo-Manipuri Conflict of 1891 (Univ. of Calif. Berkeley Library)Vikas Publishing House, New Delhi1992
Parry, SamCapersThe Book Guild
ISBN 1857763963
London, England
Parry, SamSingular ReflectionsArora Publishing
ISBN 1-929131-08-9
California, USA
1999
Parsons, Sir MichaelRoom To Swing A Cat: The Memoirs of Sir Michael ParsonsThe Memoir Club, Whitworth Hall, Spennymoor, Co.Durham DL16 7QX
ISBN 1-84104-064-0
2003
PatriotThe Eurasian and Anglo-Indian Question as Considered by One of ThemselvesCalcutta1884
Paul, F.X.Hundred Years of the Glorious Past: Story of St. Joseph's CollegeSt. Joseph's EH School Annual, Bangalore1958
Paul, K. T.The British Connection with IndiaStudent Christian Movement, London1928
Peacock, OliveMinorities and National Integration in IndiaArihant Publ., Jaipur1991
Pearse, Col. H.S.Annals of the Irregular Horse: The History of Lumsden's Horse
Pearse, Col. HughThe Hearseys. Five Generations of An Anglo-Indian Family.Wm. Blackwood & Sons, London1905
Pearson, H.Memoirs of the Life and Writings of the Rev. Claudius BuchananOxford1817
Pearson, HeskethThe Hero Of Delhi1969
Pearson, M.N.The Portuguese in IndiaCambridge Univ. Press1987
Pearson, R.Eastern Interlude: A Social History of the European Community in Calcutta (WWSC Library)Thacker, Spink, & Co., Calcutta1954
Pemble, J.The Raj, the Indian Mutiny and the Kingdom of Oudh 1801-1869Oxford University Press, Delhi1977
Pengilley, PatriciaMidnight VoicesUniv. of Queensland Press, Australia1992
Pennington, WilliamPick Up Your Parrots & Monkeys: The Life Of A Boy Soldier In IndiaCassell
ISBN 0-304-36564-5
October 2003
Penny, Mrs. FrankFort St. George MadrasSwan Sonnenschein & Co., London1900
Penny, Rev. FrankThe Church in MadrasSmith, Elder & Co., London1904
Perrin, AliceThe Anglo-IndiansMethuen, London1912
Perrin, AliceInto TemptationMethuen Publishers, London1915
Perrin, AliceOther SheepWinterton, NL Inc., United Kingdom1st Edition 1932
Perrin, AliceSeparationCassell & Company1919
Perrin, AliceA Perverted Punishment (Bombay, India)McClure's Magazine1910
Perrin, AliceThe Woman In The BazaarGurgaon - Haryana Books, Harya, India1926
Perrin, AliceThe Tiger CharmMcClure's Magazine1909
Peters, GlenMrs D’Silva’s Detective Instincts and the Shaitan of Calcutta
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Phillips, C.H.The East India Company 1784-1834Univ. of Manchester Press1961
Phillips, C.H.Select Documents on the History of India & Pakistan 1858-1947Oxford University Press, London1962
Phillott, D.C.Hindustani Manual: Calcutta School BookCalcutta Education1910
Pinn, FredDarjeeling Pioneers: The Wernicke-Stolke StoryPagoda Tree Press, Bath, England
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2003
Pinney, Thomas, Ed.Kiplings India, Uncollected Sketches 1884-1888Papermac1986
Price, JosephThe Saddle Put on the Right Horse; or an enquiry into the reason why certain persons have been Denominated NabobsLondon1783
Prins, Stanley VernonSummoned By The BellS. V. Prins2003
Pylee, M. V.India's ConstitutionAsia Publ. House, New York1962
Pyrard of LavalThe Voyage of Francois Pyrard of Laval to the East Indies (Trans. & ed. by Albert Grey) (2 vols)Hakluyt Society, London1888
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