Punjab Archives in Lahore
‘Delhi Resident Informs Elphinstone of Reception of Cabul Refugees’, Press List II, Book 4, Serial n° 101, 12 April 1809.
Seton to Edmonstone, Press List II, Book 3, Serial n° 42, 17 April 1809.
Seton to Edmonstone, Press List II, Book 3, Serial n° 43, 28 April 1809.
Seton to Edmonstone, Press List II, Book 3, Serial n° 44, 18 May 1809.
‘Elphinstone dispatch about Kabul Intelligence’, Press List II, Serial n° 204, 22 May 1809.
Seton to Edmonstone, Press List II, Book 3, Serial n° 53, 3 August 1809.
Seton to Edmonstone, Press List II, Book 3, Serial n° 73, 21 February 1810.
‘Shuja’s Wife’s Desire to Enter British Territory’, Press List II, Book 9, Serial n° 2, 19 December 1812.
Ochterlony to Metcalfe, Press List IV, Book 61, Serial n° 87, 10 June 1813.
‘Shuja’s Intention to Seek Asylum in British Territory’, Press List II, Book 8, Serial n° 51, 9 July 1813.
Adams to Ochterlony, Press List II, Book 9, Serial n° 35, no date.
Adam to Birch, Press List II, Book 9 Part One, Serial n° 15, 15 March 1815.
‘Shuja Allowed to Stay at Ludiana with Rs. 50,000 annually as stipend’, Press List II, Book 9, Serial n° 97, 28 September 1816.
Metcalfe to Ochterlony, Press List III, Book 18, Serial n° 136, 3 November 1816.
Murray to Ochterlony, Press List III, Book 18 Serial n° 136, 4 November 1816.
Murray to Ochterlony, Press List III, Book 18, Serial n° 142, 10 November 1816.
Ochterlony to Murray, Press List IV, Book 61, Serial n° 197, 11 November 1816.
Murray to Ochterlony, Press List III, Book 18, Serial n° 157, 7 December 1816.
Murray to Ochterlony, Press List III, Book 18, Serial n° 158, 10 December 1816.
‘Use of Native Newspapers to Contradict Rumours that the British Espouse Shuja’s Cause’, Press List II, Book 9, Serial n° 106, 17 December 1816.
Ochterlony to Murray, Press List IV, Book 61, Serial n° 207, 26 December 1816.
Unkown to Birch, Press List III, Book 19, Serial n° 35, 2 March 1817.
Adam to Metcalfe, Press List III, Book 19, Serial n° 59, 10 May 1817.
Adam to Metcalfe, Press List III, Book 19, Serial n° 65, 17 June 1817.
Murray to Ochterloney, Press List III, Book 19, Serial n° 70, 5 July 1817.
Mackeson to Wade, Press V, Book 105, Serial n° 27, 4 October 1832.
Shuja to Wade, Press List VI, Book 139, c. late winter/early spring 1833.
Wade to Macnaghten, Press List VI, Book 139, 9 April 1833.
Wade to Macnaghten, Press List VI, Book 139, Serial n° 45, 15 July 1833.
Wade to Macnaghten, Press List VI, Book 139, Serial n° 50, 31 July 1833.
Macnaghten to Wade, Press List V, Book 105, Serial n° 105, 25 September 1833.
‘Wade to Macnaghten about the concentration of Lohani commerce’, Press List V, Book 101, Serial n° 17, 21 May 1834.
Letter from Wade to Macnaghten, Press List VI, Book 140, Serial n° 47, 17 June 1834.
Untitled, Press List VI Book 140, Serial n° 42, 25 June 1834, 25 June 1834.
Untitled, Press List VI, Book 140, undated (between 1 and 17 November 1834).
Wade to Macnaghten, Press List VI, Book 141, Serial n° 54, 5 June 1835.
Wade to Macnaghten, Press List VI, Book 141, Serial n° 68, 31 July 1835.
Wade to Macnaghten, Press List VI, Book 141, Serial n° 99, 15 December 1835.
Wade to Macnaghten, Press List VI, Book 142 Part I, Serial n° 26, 19 April 1836.
Wade to Macnaghten, Press List VI, Book 142 Part I, Serial n° 44, 9 July 1836.
Macnaghten to Maddock, Press List VI, Book 126, Serial n° 15, 7 January 1840.
National Archives of India in New Delhi
Trevelyan's Note on Commerce of Afghanistan,’ and ‘Trevelyan's Note on Trade of Cabul,’ National Archives of India, Foreign P.C., September 5, 1836, Proceeding n° 9-19.
British Library in London
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