Urbs Prima in Indis: An Epoch in the History of Bombay, 1840-1865
The Period 1840-1865 Covers The Most Momentous Phase Of Progress And Prosperity, Of Slump And Resurgence In The Aanals Of Bombay. This Saga Of Bombay`S Stupendous Leap Forward Makes Delightful Reading. The Narrative Reveals The Author`S Grasp Of The Period, Her Deep Study Of Biographies, Travelogues, Manuscripts, Government Records And Newspaper Accounts. Slightly Shop Worn But In Excellent Condition Otherwise.
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