James Silk Buckingham

''James Silk Buckingham'', by [[Henry William Pickersgill |birth_place = Flushing, Cornwall |death_date = |death_place = London, England }}

James Silk Buckingham (25 August 1786 – 30 June 1855) was a Cornish-born British author, journalist and traveller, known for his contributions to Indian journalism. He was a pioneer among the Europeans who fought for a liberal press in India. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Buckingham, James Silk
Published 1833
H. Fournier jeune

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by Buckingham, James Silk
Published 1836
Manning and Smithson

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by Buckingham, James Silk
Published 1830

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by Buckingham, James Silk
Published 1842
Fisher

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by Buckingham, James Silk
Published 1842
Fisher, Son & Co

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by Buckingham, James Silk
Published 1830
Hurst, Chance, and Co
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by Buckingham, James Silk
Published 1830
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by Buckingham, James Silk
Published 1830
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by Buckingham, James Silk
Published 1830
Hurst, Chance, and Co
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by Buckingham, James Silk
Published 1841
Fisher, Son, & Co

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by Buckingham, James Silk
Published 1829
W. Lewer
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by Buckingham, James Silk
Published 1841
Harper & Brothers

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by Buckingham, James Silk
Published 1829
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by Buckingham, James Silk
Published 1834
D. Martin

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by Buckingham, James Silk
Published 1848
P. Jackson, L. Fisher, Son, & Co

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by Buckingham, James Silk
Published 1848
P. Jackson, L. Fisher, Son, & Co