Portraits of the princes & people of India / by the Honble. Miss Eden ; drawn on the stone by L. Dickinson.
- Additional Title(s):
Portraits of the princes and people of India
- London : Published by J. Dickinson & Son, 114, New Bond St, printsellers by special appointment to Her Majesty and H.R.H. the Duchess of Kent, 1844
- Physical Description:
- 24,  leaves,  leaves of plates : illustrations ; 56 cm
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- Copyright Status:
- Public Domain
- Place of publication appears after publisher address and is followed by date of publication.
Plated leaves , , , and  contain two lithographs.
Lithographed title page and list of plates.
"William Davy, printer, Gilbert Street, Oxford Street."--Publisher's advertisement, leaf .
Originally issued in four parts.
BAC Folio B 2022 5 Copy 1: Imperfect: Title page cropped, lacking publishing information. Lacks publisher's advertisement. Plates are hand-colored. Bound in contemporary purple moiré cloth with leather spine and gilt snake design on front cover.
BAC Folio B 2022 5 Copy 2: Imperfect: Lacks list of plates. Plates are hand-colored. Plates mounted and loose in publisher's wrappers in original four parts, each purple cloth with leather spine and gold tooling with snake design on front wrapper.
- Subject Terms:
- East Indians -- 19th century -- Portraits.India -- Foreign public opinion.Persons -- India -- Pictorial works.
- IIIF Manifest:
- List of plates: Frontispiece - Son of the Nawaub of Banda
- I. Dost Mahomed Khan, two of his sons, and his cousin
- II. The Maharajah Shere Singh, king of the Punjaub
- III. A undoo fakeer
- IV. Jemadars or head servants of the government house
- V. Akalees, a religious sect of the Punjaub
- VI. The rajah of Putteealla, on his state elephant
- VII. The Rajah Heera Singh, son of the Rajah Dhyan Singh, the Prime Minister of the Punjaub
- VIII. Maharajah Hindoo Rao, a Mahratta Prince residing at Delhi
- IX. One of the guards of the Rajah of Puttealla, and two of his dwarfs
- X. A young hill Rajah at Sinla
- XI. Dogs and hawks sent by the King of Oude to accompany the governor general
- XII. Attendants of the Rajah Khurruk Singh, son of Runjeet Singh
- XIII. The late Maharajah Runjeet SIngh
- XIV. A favorite horse of Runjeet Singh's with the head Jemadar of the stables. Emeralds and diamonds belonging to Runjeet SIngh
- XV. Hunting leopards belonging to the King of Oude
- XVI. Two arabs servants of the late Sir Alexander Burnes
- XVII. Fakeer, attached to the suite of the governor general in camp
- XVIII. A young native of rank at Calcutta, a student at the Hindoo College, and a child of one of the servants of Government House
- XIX. Purtaub Singh son of the Maharajah Shere Singh
- XX. A Shootr-Suwar, an attendant on an Indian camp
- XXI. The Rajah of Nahun and his sons. Anund Mufseh, a converted hindoo
- XXII. Group of Thibet Tartars
- XXIII. A Zemindar, or farmer, and a Puthan
- XXIV. Lord Auckland receiving the Rajah of Nahun in Durbar.