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Report of the Committee appointed in the government of India to investigate the disturbances in the Punjab, etc. [and Evidence taken before the Disorders inquiry committee]

Corporate Author: India.
Related Names: Jagat Narayan. , Hunter, William Hunter Lord 1865-
Language(s): English
Published: London [etc.] H.M. Stationery off. [etc.] 1920.
Subjects: Punjab (India)
Lahore (Pakistan)
Amritsar (India)
Bombay (India : State)
Delhi (India)
India > Politics and government > 1765-1947.
Note: "Minority report" (Report, p. 87-140) signed: Jagat Narayan, C.H. Setalvad, Sultan Ahmed.
The Evidence (in 5 vols.) has at head of title: The Disorders inquiry committee. Imprint: Calcutta, Superintendent government printing, India, 1920.
The Report, issued in the series of Papers by command as Cmd. 681, has at head of title: East India (disturbances in the Punjab, etc.)
William Hunter, chairman.
Physical Description: 5 v. in 2 plans (1 fold.) 2 fold. charts, tables, diagr. 34 cm.
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