||Servant of India (editor)
||UK (Longmans), 1966, hardback.
||A documentary study of British imperial rule in India from 1905 to 1910, as told through the correspondence and diaries if the Viceroy's Private Secretary, Sir James Dunlop Smith.
|Notes About This Book:
||Includes biographical notes of the characters mentioned in the documents. Seventeen photographs, and five maps specially prepared by the author. Preface and epilogue by Lord Butler of Saffron Walden (R.A. Butler), a nephew of Sir James Dunlop Smith.