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NARMALASHANKAR.–Prose-Dharma Vichāra, pp. 1 to 228;

Poetry-Narma Kavita, Pt. I, pp. 323 to 397 and pp.

413 to 465 ; and Pt. II, pp. 844 to 856.

1906. NARSINHA MEHTĂ.—Brihat Kávya Dohana, Pt. VI, pp. 1 to 84. Sīmala BAAT.—Brihat Kávya Dohana, Pt. VI, pp 484 to 678. SHIVADĀS.-Brihat Kävya Dohana, Pt. IV, pp. 154 to 198. PREMĀNANDA —Prachin Kávya Málā, Pt. XII, pp. 1 to 287, and

Pt. XXX, pp. 1 to 195; and Brihat Kavya Dohana, Pt. VI,

pp. 257 to 414.
NIRANTA.-Prachin Kavya Mála, Pt. X, pp:

1 to 241.
VALLABHA.- Prachin Kavya Māla, Pt. XXIX, pp. 1 to 120.
NEMA VIJAYA.—Prachin Kavya Mālā, Pt. XXXV, pp 98 to 138.
DIVälib.I.- Prachin Kavya Mālā, Pt VI, pp 62 to 77.
Dayarām.-Prāchin Kávya Mālā, Pt. XIII, pp. 120 to 256.
DalPATRĀM.–Forbes Vilās, pp. 211 to 250.

Venacharitra, pp. 356 to 420.
NARMADISHANKAR.— Prose-Narmagadya, pp. I to 150 ;

Poetry-Narma Kavita, Part II, pp. 702 to 716, and

pp 844 to 855. MAHIPATRZM.-Bhavãi Sangrah. NAVALRĀM.-Naval Granthavali, Pt II, pp. 1 to 343. KĀLIDĀS.-Brihat Kávya Dohana, Pt. I, pp 482 to 561. SHANTIDAS. -Brihat Kávya Dohana, Pt. I, pp. 779 to 782, and Part V,

pp. 792 to 795.
Ratno.—Brihat Kävya Dobana, Pt. I, pp. 639 to 645.
REVASHANKAR.- Brihat Kävya Dohana, Pt. I, pp. 684 to 696.
RAGUNĀTADĀS.-Brihat Kávya Dohana, Pt. I, pp. 721 to 724, and Part III,

pp. 669 to 681, and Part V, pp. 756 to 760.
THOBANA.- Brihat Kávya Dohana, Pt. I, pp. 782 to 786.
GOVINDADAS. - Brihat Kávya Dobana, Pt. III, pp 835 to 842.
VAJIO.—Brihat Kävya Dohana, Pt. IV, from pp. 750 to 759.

PERIODS OF HISTORY.

FOR THE PREVIOUS EXAMINATION.

1902 and 1904. THR STUDENT's Rome by Liddell (New Edition) - To the death of Julius

Cæsar.

1903. THE STUDENT'S Greece by Smith (New Edition of 1900)-To the death of

Alexander.

PERIODS OF HISTORY AND BOOKS RECOMMENDED

IN HISTORY FOR THE M.A, EXAMINATION.

1902. 1. A Special Period of English History-England under Elizabeth

Books recommended.

CREIGHTON.—The Age of Elizabeth (Epochs of Mɔdern History).
Beesly.- Elizabeth (Twelve English Statesmen Series).
GBEEN.-History of the English People.
RANKE.-History of England.
LINGARD.—History of England.
FROUDE.—History of England.
TBAILL.- Social England.
2. The Constitutional History of England.

Books recommended.

TASWELL-JIANGMEAD.- English Constitutional History.
STUBBg.– Constitutional History of England.
HALLAM.— Constitutional History of England.
ERSKINE MAY.—Constitutional History of England.
BAGEHOT.-English Constitution.
DICEY.-Introduction to the Study of the Law of the Constitution.
3. The Economic History of England and Political Economy.

Books recommended.

KEYNES.- Scope and Method of Political Economy.
INGRAM.-History of Political Economy.
Mill.-Principles of Political Economy.
MARSH ALL.--Principles of Econonics (Vol. I).
SIDGWICK.—Principles of Political Ecnoiny. (Introduction and Book III.)
JEVONS.-Money and the Mechanism of Exchange.
BAGEHOT.-Lombard Street.
Goschen.-Theory of Foreign Exchang

iges.
BASTABLE.—Theory of International Trade.
BAŞTABLE. - Commerce of Nations.
GIFFEN.—Essays in Finance (Second Series).
Plehn.-Introduction to Public Finance.
ASHLEY.-English Economic History and Theory (Vol. I, Parts I and II).
THOBOLD ROGERS. -Six Centuries of Work and Wages.
CUNNINGHAM.-Growth of English Injustry and Commerce (? Vols).
4. A Special Period of Indian History-The Mogul Period (from

Bábar to Aurangzib).

Books recommended. ELPHINSTONE. - History of India. Elliot and Dowson.- History of India as told by its own Historians. LANE-POOLE.—Bibar (Rulers of India Series). BABAB.—Memoirs (translated by J. Leyden and W. Erskine). JOUHER. - Private Memoirs of the Mogul Emperor Humayun (translated

by C. Stewart). GRAF VON NOER.- The Emperor Akbar (translated by Mrs. Beveridge). BADAONI.-The Muntakhab-ut-Tawárikh, Vol. II (translated by W. H.

Lowe).
B 1964-49

ABUL Fazl.-Ain-i-Akbari (translated by H. Blochmann and H. S. Jarrett).
JEHANGIR, Memoirs of the Reign of (translated by D. Price).
BERNIER.— Travels in the Mogul Empire.
LANE-POOLE. - Aurangzib (Rulers of India Series).
Tuomas.—Revenue Resources of the Mogul Empire.

5. A Special Period of European History—The Ascendancy of

France, 1598—1715.

Books recommended.

WAKEMAN.–Europe, 1598-1715 (Periods of European History, No. V).
GARDINER.— The Thirty Years' War (Epochs of Modern History).
MENZEL.— History of Germany.
RANKE.—History of the Popes (translated by E. Foster, Bonn's Library)
KITCHIN.- History of France.
LODGE. -Richelieu (Foreign Statesmen Series).
HASSALL.-Louis the Fourteenth (Heroes of the Nations Serics).
BAIN.-Charles the Twelfth

). RAMBAUD.-History of Russia. 6. Comparative Politics. [This shall be understood to mean the comparative and historical

study of the Political institutions of European nations (ancient, mediæval and modern) and their offshoots.

Books recommended.
FREEMAN.—Comparative Politics.
WOODROW WILSON.-The State.
SEELEY.-Introduction to Political Science.
BLUNTSCHLI.-Theory of the State.
MAINE.-Ancient Law.
WARDE FOWLER.— The City-state of the Greeks and Romans.
GIBBON.—Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, Chap. XVII (ed. by Bury).
BryC8.-Holy Roman Empire.
HALLAM.-View of the State of Europe during the Middle Ages (Chapters

III and IV).
BRYCE.-American Commonwealth (Parts I and II).

1903.

1. A Special Period of English History—The Revolution (1685–

1702).

Books recommended.

MACAULAY.-History of England.
RANKE.— History of England.
LINGARD.-History of England.
TRAILL.-William the Third (Twelve English Statesmen Series).
BURNET.— History of My Own Times.
TRAILL.-Social England.

2. The Constitutional History of England-(Same as for 1902). 3. The Economic History of England and Political Economy

-(Same as for 1902). 4. A Special Period of Indian History- The Rise and Fall of the

Marátha Power (from Shivaji to the deposition of Báji
Ráo II).

Books recommended.

GRANT DUFF.--History of the Maráthas.
RANADE.-Rise of the Marátha Power.
ELLIOT AND DowSON.-History of India as told by its own Historians.
The Bundela's Narrative (translated in Jonathan Scott's Ferishta's History

of the Dekkan, Vol. II, pp. 1-123). Orme.-Historical Fragments of the Moghul Empire, of the Morattoes and

of the English concerns in Indostan. KEENE.-Fall of the Moghul Empire. KEENE.- Mádhav Ráo Sindhia (Rulers of India Series). SIDNEY Owey.--India on the Eve of the British Conquest. Cotton. -Mountstuart Elphinstone (Rulers of India Series). ELPHINSTONE.— Report on the Territories conquered from the Peshwa

(G. W. Forrests Selections from the Minutes, &c., pp. 253-414). The following should also be consulted :FORBEST.–Selections from the Letters, Despatches and other State Papers

preserved in the Bombay Secretariat Marátha Series). 5. A Special Period of European History-Europe in the 16th Cen.

tury, 1494-1598.

Books recommended. Johnson.-Europe in the 16th Century (Periods of European History,

No. IV). SBEBOHM.—Era of the Protestant Revolution (Epochs of Modern History). MENZEL.--History of Germany. RANKE.--History of the Popes (translated by E. Foster, Bohn's Library). Prescott.-History of the Reign of Ferdinand and Isabella. ROBERTSON.—History of the Reign of the Emperor Charles V. Hume.-Philip II of Spain (Foreign Statesmen Series). MOTLEY.-Rise of the Dutch Republic. KITCUIN.- History of France. 6. Comparative Politics-(Same as for 1902).

1904. 1. A Special Period of English History-England from 1757–

1783,

Books recommended.
LoBD Mahon.- History of England.
Massey.--History of England during the Reign of George III.

LECKY.—History of England in the 18th Century. SEELEY.-Expansion of England. MAHAN.-Influence of Sea Power upon History. TBaill. --Social England. 2. The Constitutional History of England-(Same as for 1902). 3. The Economic History of England and Political Economy

(Same as for 1902). 4o A Special Period of Indian History-The Establishment of the

British Power in India (from the Battle of Plassey to the
Queen's Proclamation).

Books recommended.

do.

Mill.-History of British India with H. H. Wilson's Notes and Continua

tion.
MARSHMAN.--History of India.
HOLMES.-History of the Indian Mutiny.
MALLESON.- Lord Clive (Rulers of India Series).
SETON-KABR. - The Marquess Cornwallis (Rulers of India Series).
Hurton—The Marqness Wellesley

do.
BOWRING-Haidar Ali and Tipu Sultán
Ross.- The Marquess of Hastings

do. BOULGER.–Lord William Bentinck

do. TROTTER.--The Earl of Auckland

do. HARDINGE-Viscount Hardinge

do. HUNTER. — The Marquess of Dalhousie

do. LYALL.—Warren Hastings (English Men of Action Series). The following should also be consulted :BURKE.—Speeches on Warren Hastings. FOBBEST.- Selections from the letters, Despatches and other State Papers

in the Foreign Department of the Government of India, 1772-1785. SIDNEY OWEN.-Selections from the Despatches, Treaties and other State

Papers of the Marquess Wellesley. 6. A Special Period of European History—The End of the Middle

Ages, 1272-1494.

Books recommended. LODGE.—The End of the Middle Ages (Periods of European History,

No. III). HALLAM.- View of the State of Europe during the Middle Ages. MENZEL.—History of Germany. GIBBON.-Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, Chapters LXIII-LXXI

(ed. by Bury). KITCHIN.—History of France. PROTHERO.-Lewis the Eleventh (Foreign Statesmen Series). PRESCOTT.-History of the Reign of Ferdinand and Isabulla. 6. Comparative Politics-(Same as for 1902).

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