Table of contents for Smuggling as subversion : colonialism, Indian merchants, and the politics of opium, 1790-1843 / Amar Farooqui.

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CONTENTS
	
	Introduction
	
I.	Malwa Opium: The Problem
	East India Company's Opium Policy in the Pre-Malwa Era
	Bengal Opium vs. Malwa Opium
	Appendix A: Note on Opium Weights
II.	The Setting
	Malwa at the Beginning of the Nineteenth Century
	Rulers, Bankers, Merchants, Soldiers
	The Commercial World of Western India
	Appendix B: John Malcolm on Malwa Speculators
III.	From Poppy Fields to Malwa Markets
	Cultivation of Opium in Malwa
	Processing and Sale
	The Wholesale Trade
IV.	The Politics of Opium and the Malwa Opium Agency (1824-1831)
	Back to basics? The Company's Opium Trade in Malwa
	Negotiating Opium
V.	Smuggled Malwa Opium and Indigenous Business Enterprise
VI.	Daman to Macao: The Portuguese Connection
VII.	Violence and Reversal of Policy
	Violent Undercurrents and Collapse of Monopoly
	Imperfect Containment: 1831-1843
VIII.The Ascendancy of Bombay
	Bombay: Opium Capital of Western India
	Malwa Opium and the Rise of the Indian Capitalist Class
	
Appendices
	Appendix I. List of merchants/firms engaged in Malwa Opium Trade, 1790-1830
	Appendix II. Proforma for Opium Passport
	Appendix III. List of Prominent Indian merchants/firms engaged in Malwa Opium Trade at Bombay, 1844
LIST OF TABLES
1.1 Quantity of Malwa Opium Sold at Company Sales in Calcutta and Bombay, 1823-26 
3.1	Cost of well construction in Malwa, c. 1820
3.2	Weather conditions and agricultural season for poppy in Malwa, rabi 1819/20 to rabi 1827/28
3.3	Expenses of cultivating opium in one bigha
3.4	Cost of cultivating one bigha of land in a year with wheat and poppy, c. 1823
3.5 Area under poppy in Malwa, c. 1820
3.6	Index of opium prices at Ujjain and Kota 1813/14 to 1825/26
3.7	Price current of opium at Malwa wholesale markets, 1821-23
4.1 Comparison of total estimated production of opium by Malwa states c. 1820, and quantities of opium to be purchased under restrictive agreements 
7.1 Exports of Malwa Opium to China, from Bombay and Daman
7.2	Cost Price of a Chest of Malwa Opium, Including all Expenses, Consigned from Malwa to China, 1832
7.3	Malwa Opium Chests Imported into Bombay for Re-export under Pass System, 1831-1843
8.1	Ships built at Bombay and Daman, owned by Indian and Indo-Portuguese firms
8.2	Ships owned by prominent opium dealers of Bombay, c. early 19th century
ABBREVIATIONS
AD		Alfândega de Damao, Goa State Archives
BCA		Bombay Calendar and Almanac
BCGD		Bombay Calendar and General Directory
BCSO		Board of Customs Salt and Opium
BG		Bombay Government
BGS		Selections from the Records of the Bombay Govt.
CIA		Central India Agency Records
CM		Correspondência de Macau, Goa State Archives
DR		Dangerfield's Report
EIR		East India Register	
FD:Misc	Foreign Department, Miscellaneous, National Archives of India
FDP		Foreign Department, Political, National Archives of India
GOI		Government of India
GR		Gwalior Residency
HD		Home Department, National Archives of India
JJLB		Jamsetjee Jejeebhoy Letter Books
JMA		Jardine Matheson Archives, University Library, Cambridge
MR		Monçoes do Reino, Goa State Archives
MSAM		Maharashtra State Archives, Mumbai
NAI		National Archives of India
NNSS		Sri Nat Nagar Shodh Samsthan, Sitamau
OIOC		Oriental and India Office Collections, British Library
PD		Political Department, National Archives
PLB		Poona Residency, Inward Letter Books, Maharashtra State Archives
RD		Revenue Department, Maharashtra State Archives
SI		Survey of India	
SR		Separate Revenue Branch Consultations, National Archives of India
XCHR		Xavier Centre of Historical Research, Porvorim

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Opium trade -- India -- Malwa (Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan).
India -- Economic conditions.