|Statement||translated and edited by H. L. O. Garrett.|
|Series||Punjab Govt. Record Office. Publications. Monograph ; no. 18|
|Contributions||Jacquemont, Victor, 1801-1832., Soltykoff, Alexis, prince, 1806-1859.|
|LC Classifications||DS485.P2 G3313 1935|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ii, 131 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||131|
|LC Control Number||75306343|
The Punjab a Hundred Years Ago: As Described by V. Jacquemont () & A. Soltykoff (), Nirmal Publishers, Delhi, 36 Honigberger, John Martin, Thirty-five Years in the East and Historical Sketches Relating to the Punjab and Cashmere, Vol. The Punjab- hundred years ago as described by V. Jacquemont and Soltykoff. Patiala, Language Department, Punjab, (Panjab Government record office monograph no. 18) # Ghai, Prem Vati The partition of the Punjab This is suggested by passages from his journals, describing his wide travels in India and the Punjab in particular, gathered in H. L. O. Garrett's The Punjab One Hundred Years Ago, as described by V. Jacquemont and A. Soltykoff (). As Garrett observes in his 'Prefatory Note', Soltykoff had his 'sketch book ever in readiness'. This translation was published subsequently in a small booklet for limited circulation by the Punjab Record Office in under the title The Punjab a Hundred Years Ago as described by V Author: Adila Matra.
The Punjab - A Hundred Years Ago, As Described by V. Jacquemont () and A. Soltykoff, (), Monograph No. 18, Punjab Government Record Office, London, ; Languages Department Punjab, Patiala, (reprint). Gough General Sir, Charles and Innes Arthur D., The Sikhs and the Sikh Wars, London, , National Book Shop, New Delhi, File Size: KB. Garrett. H.L.O(translated and edited),.The Punjab Hundred Years Ago as Described by mont() and off ().File Size: 1MB. Area Study Centre (Central Asia), University of Peshawar and Hanns Seidel Foundation, Peshawar, Mediaeval India under Mohammedan Rule (A.D. ) by . The Punjab a Hundred Years Ago as Described by V. Jacquement () and A. Soltykoff (). Lahore: Punjab Government Record Office Publications, Goodwin, John. See Maclagan, “The Earliest English Visitors.” Goulding, H. R. Old Lahore: Reminiscences of a Resident; with which is Reproduced a.
18Jacquemont, The Punjab a hundred year ago, p 19Jacquemont, The Punjab a hundred year ago, p 20 Baron Charles Hugel (), who traveled through the Punjab and Kashmir in , was a very keen and shrewd observer and has described what he saw socially of men, manners and all other matters, with great charm. I. [Translated from P.C. Timbal, et al. La Guerre de Cent Ans vues travers les registres du Parlement (Paris, ), pp. [Note: With the exception of the last text, the first person plural pronoun in these court records refers to the king of France, since the Parlement is his court and all documents go out under the king's name. By the late 14th century, the Parlement was . History of Punjab book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. History of Punjab ()/5(31). Two hundred years have passed and the Fort still stands, firm and imposing: gates and parapets and bastions, and all. After the Sikh wars, it passed into the hands of the British, serving, by turns, as a cantonment, an artillery arsenal, and the headquarters of a ‘native’ infantry detachment.