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British Library: Asia, Pacific and Africa Collections (previously Oriental and India Office Library): 2012 Accessions

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  • Gwatkin family: family papers 1850-1950 (Mss Eur F664)
  • James Henry Tomlinson Blunt, Anglican priest: commonplace book 1860-1899 (Mss Eur F667)
  • Sir James Brind, officer in the East India Company army service: corresp rel to the siege of Delhi 1857 (Mss Eur F662)
  • Vera Brooke Cheverton, wife of Frank Cheverton, engineer, Indian Army: Every Memsahib's Daily Account Book 1940-1941 (Mss Eur F657)
  • Meysey George Dallas Clive, ADC to the Viceroy of India, later Captain, Grenadier Guards: notebook rel to service as ADC to the Viceroy of India, Lord Willingdon, incl alterations to the Viceroy's house by Lady Willingdon 1930-1931 (Mss Eur F660)
  • Phillis Lattimer, governess to the family of Lt Col Frank O'Neil Ford of Burma Rifles: memoirs rel to evacuation from Taunggyi, Southern Shan States of Burma to India 1942 (Mss Eur F654)
  • Gilbert Cecil Gaunt Lewis, Captain, Indian Army: letters to his fiancee Margaret Gilpin-Brown from India; letters from Margaret Lewis to her mother L L Gilpin-Brown from India (88 letters) 1923-1931 (Mss Eur F655)
  • Charles Theophilus Metcalfe, 1st Baron Metcalfe: letters (in 2 volumes) to his sister Georgiana from India, Jamaica, and Canada 1819-1845 (Mss Eur F656/1)
  • Frederick Weston Peile, Lieutenant-General, Royal Engineers: 'A life of trivialities' - An autobiographical sketch, (transcribed and edited by Chris Peile) 1870-1902 (Mss Eur F666)
  • Hannah Webster, wife of Mr Edward Webster, mother-in-law of Sir M.E. Grant Duff: diaries (7) 1819-1879 (Mss Eur F658)
  • John Whitehead, training officer to the Chin Hills Battalion, Burma: papers rel to Chin Hills, Burma 1947 (Mss Eur F663)
  • Emma Walters (1838-1851) and Louisa Chalwin (fl 1855-1857): 'The Land of the Sun, letters and journals of three Victorian ladies in India', edited by Rosemary Houlston (typescript) 1838-1857 (Mss Eur F659)