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British relations with the Cis-Sutlej states, 1809-1823.

Bashir Ahmed Farooqi

British relations with the Cis-Sutlej states, 1809-1823.

by Bashir Ahmed Farooqi

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Published in [Lahore] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Punjab,
  • India
    • Subjects:
    • Punjab -- History.,
    • India -- History -- 19th century.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 58.

      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDS485.P2 F37
      The Physical Object
      Paginationii, 58, vii p.
      Number of Pages58
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5346845M
      LC Control Number72212802

      The Cis-Sutlej states, including Kaithal, Patiala, Jind, Thanesar, Maler Kotla, and Faridkot, were under the suzerainty of Maharaj Visesa Sarang Khokhar under Khokhar dynasty of the Maratha Empire, following the Second Anglo-Maratha War of –, when Marathas lost this territory to the British. During the war, some of the states in the region gave their allegiance to British General. General (continued from Volume I): (Documents ). Reservation of rights of the United States with respect to claims of other nations to sovereignty in the Antarctic (Documents ). Establishment of the United States Antarctic Service for exploration and scientific studies (Documents ). Meeting of representatives of chief cotton exporting countries to discuss international regulation.

      British India (–) Edit File:Map of British In , Mughal authorities allowed the English East India Company to establish a small trading settlement at Surat (now in the state of Gujarat), and this became the company's first headquarters was followed in by a permanent factory at Machilipatnam on the Coromandel Coast, and in the company joined other.   Sources that provide a wealth of information of British relations with foreign states from to the present day. A century of diplomatic blue books To find diplomatic papers issued by the Foreign Office material was issued as diplomatic "blue books" (not the colonial blue books.

      Background of coinage and catalog by mint of specimens. Extensive numismatic and historical background make this a good introductory work, and the color photos of each coin (some overexposed) create a great visual supplement to Herrli. Not a type catalog. No medals or Cis-sutlej s: 2. Ranjit Singh rise to power with special reference to his relations with Misals. SECTION–B 3. Sikh-Afghan relations: Conquests of Attock, Multan, Kashmir and Peshawar. 4. Maharaja Ranjit Singh's relations with the British: a) Cis-Sutlej States b) Sind Tangle c) Tripartite Treaty SECTION–C 5.


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The Cis-Sutlej states included Kaithal, Patiala, Jind, Thanesar, Maler Kotla and Faridkot. Before the greater part of this territory was relatively independent, the chiefs being subject to supervision from a political officer stationed at Umballa, and styled the agent of the British Governor-General of India for the Cis-Sutlej states.

The fear of British arms, and the apprehension that the jealous Sikh States on the east of Sutlej would throw themselves under British protection, led Ranjit to sign a treaty of “perpetual friendship” with the English at Amritsar on the 25th April, The realization of this aim required the establishment of Ranjit Singh’s control over the Cis-Sutlej States lying between that river and the Jumna.

The chronic disorders and discords among these Cis-Sutlej States brought upon them Maratha aggressions resulting in the establishment of Maratha influence in the Cis-Sutlej Sikh country after. The aid was cheerfully rendered, and was, in its way, effective. As a mark of the appreciation of the British Government portions of the Keonthal and Baghat states, yielding a revenue of 35, rupees, were conferred upon him by sunnud, the Raja paying for.

Chapter 6 – Tour in Cashmere and Thibet with Sir Henry Lawrence – Promotion and Transfer to cis-Sutlej Provinces. CAMP, EN ROUTE TO CASHMERE, June 10th, Your letter from Paris reached me just as I was preparing to start from Umritsur to join Sir Henry Lawrence and accompany him to.

Sir Charles Vaughan () was a career diplomat who served as British Ambassador to the United States during the period This collection contains Vaughan's personal and professional papers from before, during, and after his time in Washington.

The papers shed light on a number of important subjects and events. So, he sought to establish his sway over the cis-Sutlej states which were informally under the British protection. He crossed the Sutlej, and in occupied Ludhiana and some more territory. The Sikh states appealed to the British for protection.

The British also thought Ranjit Singh’s advances injurious to their interest. The Trucial States (Arabic: الساحل المهادن ‎ As-Sāḥil al-Muhādin or المتصالح al-Mutaṣāliḥ; also known as Trucial Coast, Trucial Oman, Trucial States of the Coast of Oman, and Trucial Sheikhdoms) was the name the British government gave to a group of tribal confederations in south-eastern Arabia which had been known as the "Pirate Coast".

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Question 1. Mention the causes of the (1) First (2) Second (3) Third and (4) Fourth Mysore Wars. Ans. (1) First: The main cause of the first Mysore War was the growing power of Hyder Ali which aroused the jealousies of the neighbouring states like the Marathas, the Nizam and the British.

They formed an alliance against but he diplomatically. LUDHIANA POLITICAL AGENCY, renamed North-West Frontier Agency inwas established in as tlie main official channel of Anglo-Sikh political and diplomatic communications. When, in FebruaryLt. Col David Ochlerlony established a British military post at Ludhiana during Charles Metcalfe`s negotiations with Maharaja Ranjit Singh, the town belonged.

Cambridge Core - Social and Population History - The Cambridge Social History of Britain, – - edited by F. Thompson. Jind State was a Cis-Sutlej state princely state of India during the British Raj until India's independence in The state was 3, km 2 (1, sq mi) in area and its annual income was Rs.3, in the s.

[citation needed]. —Lot – The Treaty of Amritsar, (Ap ), was a pact concluded between Charles T. Metcalfe, representing the British East India Company, and Raja Ranjit Singh, head of the Sikh kingdom of Punjab. The treaty settled Indo-Sikh relations for a generation.

The immediate occasion was the French threat to northwestern India, following Napoleon’s Treaty of Tilsit with Russia ( Britain and Europe: a History of Difficult Relations 1. Introduction ’’We must build a kind of United States of Europe. In this way only will hundreds of millions of toilers be able to regain the simple joys and hopes which make life worth living.

The structure of the United States of. The work is based mainly on the official records and papers of Delhi, Ambala and Ludhiana political agencies as well as on the despatches of Malcolm, Ochterlony, Matcalfc, Murray, Wade, Macnaghten and Prinscp, and official correspondence emanating from Port William, Calcutta, with regard to the relations of the British government with the protected states.

The Sikh princely states of Patiala and others in Cis Sutlej area definitely supported British during the Sepoy Mutiny but so did the Maratha states (Scindia, Gaekwad & Holkar) and Rajput states (Jaipur, Jodhpur and Hill Rajputs including Jammu). They all had a subsidiary alliance with the British.

Part 1 here. Background. The general Indian masses are taught that Sikhs sided with the British East India Company during the revolt of The Sikh princely states of Patiala and others in Cis Sutlej area definitely supported British during the Sepoy Mutiny but so did the Maratha states (Scindia, Gaekwad & Holkar) and Rajput states (Jaipur, Jodhpur and Hill Rajputs including Jammu).

The waxing and waning of its administrative borders notwithstanding, the Punjab has a geographic-cultural core, as this book demonstrates, whether conceived as an axis connecting the region's major cities, Amritsar, Lahore, and Multan, or more broadly as the five doabs and the cis-Sutlej territory.

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