Journal of the East India Association

Date began: 
01 Jan 1867

The Journal of the East India Association began in 1867 with the foundation of the East India Association. The journal printed the lectures that were delivered at East India Association meetings. These lectures were given by people sympathetic to the East India Association - Indian and British, especially former British officials - and were generally on matters relating to the Indian economy and polity.

The journal was published by the East India Association at first and then by W. Clowes & Sons. The journal was subsequently incorporated and absorbed into The Asiatic Review.

Archive source: 

Mss Eur F147/27-64, Papers of East India Association and Asiatic Review, Asian and African Studies Reading Room, British Library, St Pancras