Melvill Family Case Study: Bibliography


Anonymous, Memoirs of the Late Philip Melvill, Esq. Lieut. Gov. of Pendennis Castle, Cornwall : With an Appendix Containing Extracts From His Diaries and Letters Selected by a Friend…together with Two Letters and a Sermon, Occasioned by His Death (London, 1812).

Beames, John, Memoirs of a Bengal Civilian (London, 1961).

Benson, Arthur Christopher and Esher, Viscount Reginald Baliol Brett (eds), The Letters of Queen Victoria, Vol III 1854-61 (London, 1908).

Browne, James, A History of the Highlands, and of The Highland Clans; with an extensive selection from the hitherto inedited Stuart Papers (Edinburgh, 1850).

Buckland, C.E., Dictionary of Indian Biography (London, 1906).

de la Ferté, E.J. Joubert, The Melvill Family, A Roll of Honour of the descendants of Philip Melvill and their immediate connections by marriage in the years of the World War 1914-18 (London, 1920).

Caine, Barbara, Bombay to Bloomsbury: A Biography of the Strachey Family (Oxford, 2005).

Colley, Linda, Captives: Britain, Empire and the World, 1600-1850 (London, 2002).

Dunstan, Bob, The Book of Falmouth & Penryn (Chesham, 1975).

Foster, William, The East India House: its history and associations (London, 1924).

Hitchens, Fortescue, The History of Cornwall, Samuel Drew (ed.) (London, 1824).

Kaye, John William, Lives of Indian Officers, (London, 1867).

Oliver, S. Pasfield, Pendennis and St Mawes: An Historical Sketch of Two Cornish Castles (London, 1875).

Robson, John M, Moir, Martin and Moir, Zawahir (eds), John Stuart Mill, Writings on India, vol. 33 (London, 1990).

Shekar, Dr Veena, Historical Paintings of Srirangapatna (New Delhi, 2010).

Smith, Baker William, Memoirs of the Rev William Sellon… (London, 1852).

Stockdale, John Joseph, History of all the Events and Transactions which have taken place in India (London, 1805).

Thomas, Imogen, Haileybury 1806-1987 (Hertford, 1987).

Thornton, Edward, The History of the British Empire in India, vol. V (London, 1843).

Tritton, Alan, When the Tiger Fought the Thistle, The Tragedy of Colonel William Baillie of the Madras Army (London, 2013).

Wilson Hunter, William, Bombay, 1885 to 1890; a Study in Indian Administration (Oxford, 1892).