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The 'scribbling journal' of Haldar, a student at University Hall, London, and a member of the Executive Branch of the provincial civil service, Bengal.

The 'scribbling journal' of Haldar, a student at University Hall, London, and a member of the Executive Branch of the provincial civil service, Bengal.
* Moving Here catalogue reference (BL) T11019 (photo)

 

Baptism registers

Entries in some of the baptism registers for London churches in the early and mid-19th century show the presence, among others, of a black servant, Caribbean sailors, the infant daughter of a slave and the family of a South Asian cook.


British India - The Indian Civil Service

The Indian Civil Service was the name given after 1858 to the small administrative elite in charge of all government activity in British India. Until the twentieth century, most applicants for ICS posts were British. This small sample of documents from The National Archives gives an idea of the selection procedures used.

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