Records of the East India College, Haileybury, & other institutions



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Statement[edited by] Anthony Farrington.
SeriesGuides to archive groups
ContributionsFarrington, Anthony., East India College (Hertford, Hertfordhsire), India Office Records.
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LC ClassificationsLF795.H175 R4
The Physical Object
Paginationix, 166 [i.e. 162] p., leaf of plate, [4] p. of plates :
Number of Pages166
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Open LibraryOL4599866M
LC Control Number77362738

  The intellectual support it provided proved significant in the success of Jinnah and the Muslim League. Engineering The East India Company in set up Haileybury College in England to train administrators. In India, there were four colleges of civil engineering; the first was Thomason College (Now IIT Roorkee), founded in East India College, Haileybury Established first in at Hertford Castle, and transferred to nearby Haileybury in Hertfordshire in , to provide a general and vocational education for youths aged sixteen to eighteen nominated by East India Company directors to writerships in the East India Company overseas civil service. The company set up a training college in and this establishment eventually settled at Haileybury. As the years passed, the activities of the East India Company became increasingly governmental, and intertwined with those of the British Government in London. He edited 'Memorials of Old Haileybury College' (), and wrote introductions to 'Letters received by the East India Company from its Servants in the East' (); 'List of Factory Records of the late East India Company' (); and 'List of Marine Records of the late East India Company ' ().

Get this from a library! A letter to the chairman, deputy-chairman, and court of directors, of the East-India Company: on the subject of their college, at Haileybury. [Civilian.; East India Company. Court of . Contents. 1 Conspiracies by East India Company, Asiatic Society and Max Muller; 2 Disappearance of th Shastry's 20 Years of research and collection of authentic manuscripts; 3 Sir Monier Williams admits of Missionary aim for creating Monier-Williams Sanskrit-English Dictionary; 4 Max Muller, H.H. Wilson, William Jones, F. E. Partiger et al and Britannica Encyclopedia. Educated at the prebendary school at Chichester, Edward was nominated in to a writership in the East India Company's service, and studied at Haileybury College till December Although he arrived at Calcutta in June , ill-health necessitated absence on leave, first in . One of the first institutions to train the writers and the civil servants of the company was Fort William College, set up in Calcutta in The East India Company College at Hailey.

Microfilm available at CRL and other institutions. pt. 1. Society for Promoting Female Education (FES) in China, India and the East, --pt. 2. India's women and China's daughters, and Looking east at India's women and China's daughters, --pt. 3. Soon after its publication we learn from Francis Place that it was being presented by the Directors of the East India Company ‘as a premium to all civil servants leaving the college [Haileybury] with éclat’33; and subsequently it became the standard textbook at the college. Such was its influence that the pro-Orientalists, represented by. Quilon printed a book in the Tamil lan-guage with Tamil characters. Other European centers in India also showed some interest in printing, and some Indians may have even taken it up. According to some records, Bhimjee Parekh with the aid of the British East India Company established a press at Bombay in , but no books sur-vive from it.

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The Records of the East India College, Haileybury, and Other Institutions [Farrington, Anthony] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Records of the East India College, Haileybury, and Other InstitutionsAuthor: Anthony Farrington.

Anthony Farrington, 'The records of the East Indian College Haileybury and other institutions' (London, ). Administrative / biographical background: The East India College for training entrants to the East India Company's overseas civil service was established at Hertford Castle in and transferred to Haileybury in The Records of the East India College, Haileybury, & other institutions / [edited by] Anthony Farrington フォーマット: 図書 言語: 英語.

East India College. Although Haileybury in terms of its central buildings dates back to the time of the East India College, the vast majority of the archive today covers the period after Haileybury was founded as a College in its own right in Viewing the archives. The archives are housed in our Haileybury Archive building.

Records created at the India Office in London. Records of the factories (trading stations) in Asia. Records of the Company’s armed forces. Log-books and other records of the merchant ships.

Christening, marriage and burial records in India. The printed India (Office) List fromcontaining all Company servants (personnel). It is continued by the 'Committee of College References and Papers' (), J/1/ A catalogue has been published: A.J.

Farrington, The Records of the East India College, Haileybury, and other institutions (London, ). Edward Augustus Prinsep promises to abstain from keeping dogs, shooting, and sporting in the neighbourhood of the College [IOR/J/1/70 f].

See this and other digitised India Office Records on find my past. Too stupid for Haileybury. George Campbell was sent to Haileybury. East India Company offers access to a unique collection of India Office Records from the British Library, London. Containing royal charters, correspondence, trading diaries, minutes of council meetings and reports of expeditions, among other document types, this resource charts the history of British trade and rule in the Indian subcontinent and beyond from to See 'A guide to the records of the East India College, Haileybury, and other institutions', Anthony Farrington (London ), pp [OIR ].

See also 'Addiscombe, its heroes and men of note', Henry Meredith Vibart (London ) [OIR ]. Administrative / biographical background. *Anthony Farrington, The Records of the East India College, Haileybury, and other institutions Haileybury, ).

*Samuel Charles Hill, Catalogue of the Home Miscellaneous Series of the India Office Records (London, ). *Martin Moir, A Study of the History and Organisation of the Political and Secret Departments of the East India Company, the.

Fort William College was founded inBarasat in and the East India College at Haileybury in So David Richardson was at the forefront of a new breed of official, who steeped himself in Indian culture and language, and prompted a marked improvement in the standard of government in India. The East India Company Military Seminary was a British military academy at Addiscombe, Surrey, in what is now the London Borough of opened in and closed in Its purpose was to train young officers to serve in the East India Company’s private army in India.

The institution was formally known as the East India Company Military Seminary (a name the cadets always disliked. Introduction. By Sir M. Monier-WilliamsMiss Harriet Martineau's recollections of Haileybury CollegeOrigin of the East India Company's civil service and of Haileybury College.

By Mr. DanversReminiscences. By Sir M. Monier-WilliamsCollege literature. By Sir Steuart C. BayleyList of persons belonging to the government of India. Find great deals on eBay for haileybury college. Shop with confidence. 東インド会社カレッジ(ひがしインドがいしゃカレッジ、East India Company College The Records of the East India College, Haileybury, & other institutions.

Brand Sapte et al. Memorials of old Haileybury College Westminster Archibald Constable & Co. Arriving in India inafter 2 years patronage supported training at Hertford () and Haileybury Hertfordshire, England () entrants seeking to gain “Writership” became a student writer at The East India Company's Calcutta College in Fort William.

Students were lavishly rewarded with ₤ a year, and encouraged to. insane while serving in India. Later the Royal Engineering College which trained entrants to the Public Works department of the Government of India was set up (–).

A.J. Fairington “The Records of the East India College, Haileybury and Other Institutions” (London, ). ALL FOUR Muirs would leave Haileybury College for India having gained, during less than two years study, the rudiments of the classical learning that would turn the eldest and the youngest into leading ‘orientalists’.¹ Their years at the college in the late s and s coincided with a dispute over the languages required for educational and administrative purposes in India usually.

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Haileybury records. Modern Gold - featuring medallic rarities of British India The modern era of coinage begins with the introductin of the coin press machine that was used by Nicolas Briot as mintmaster in France to Louis XIII, and then later in England when he became mintmaster to Charles I.

Coins and medals could be, for the first time, minted on regular planchets, and in higher relief. An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video. An illustration of an audio speaker. Audio. An illustration of a " floppy disk.

Software. An illustration of two photographs. Full text of "Memorials of old Haileybury College" See other formats. I: Records relating to other Europeans in India J&K: East India College, Haileybury, Records, and Records of other institutions L: India Office Departmental Records.

The previous institution at Haileybury was the East India College (EIC), the training establishment founded in for administrators of the Honourable East India EIC was initially based at Hertford Castle, but substantial grounds in Hertford Heath were acquired for future development.

William Wilkins, the architect of Downing College, Cambridge, and the National Gallery in London. I: Records relating to other Europeans in India – J&K: East India College, Haileybury, Records, and Records of other institutions – L: India Office Departmental Records.

The East India Company College, or East India College, was an educational establishment founded in to train "writers" (administrators) for the Honourable East India Company (HEIC).

It provided general and vocational education for young gentlemen of sixteen to eighteen years old, who were nominated by the Company's directors to writerships.

Британска источноиндијска компанија (енгл. British East India Company) је била деоничко друштво, које је по краљевској повељи из добило права трговине са Индијом.

Компанија се претворила од трговачког друштва у компанију. Haileybury Almaty, the first of two Kazakh franchises that have opened since The move had some strange historical resonances. Haileybury, descended from the East India College. Haileybury College Past and Present (Classic Reprint) kexe No Comments.

Haileybury College, past and present eBook. William Caffyn, cricket coach at Haileybury From The Book of Amwell, which includes a short history and about a dozen pictures. The posting CAMPBELL, Hertford & Great Amwell, ss contains information on Matthew, who was involved with the College during the East India Company period.

Other pages about named pupils or staff. Haileybury is an outstanding co-educational boarding school. Located near Hertford, the school occupies a superb setting with acres of campus gardens and woodland, and is within easy reach of central London. Haileybury was originally built to house the East India College but, four years after its.

Inthe Company opened the East India College, a acre estate in Haileybury, designed by architect William Wilkins, to train new clerks. On the curriculum: history, the classics, law.

The East India Company was the first joint-stock company of the world. Being a joint-stock company, it experienced the consequences of separation .Call to book a table. News & Events.

What's On at The College Arms? We are still running some events, find out more. What's happening. Eating & Drinking. We use locally sourced and sustainable food whenever possible and have a range of dishes, fine wines and beers to suit all tastes.