The Travels of Dean Mahomet

  India in the Time of Dean Mahomet
 collapse sectionPreface
 A Text and a Life
 Dean Mahomet in Europe (1784–1851)
 The Significance of Dean Mahomet's Work
 A Guide to This Volume

 collapse section1. The World of Eighteenth-Century India
 The Mughal Empire and the Regional States
 The European East India Companies
 The Diverse Origins of the Bengal Army
 The New Model: The Sepoy
 Sepoy Battalions
 The Bengal Army's European Regiments
 Dean Mahomet's Youth in Bihar (1759–69)
 Dean Mahomet as Camp Follower (1769–81)
 Dean Mahomet as Bengal Army Officer (1781–82)
 Dean Mahomet in Transit (1782–84)
 collapse section2. The Travels of Dean Mahomet,  A Native of Patna in Bengal,  Through Several Parts of India,  While in the Service of  The Honourable The East India Company Written by Himself,  In a Series of Letters to a Friend
 Letter I
 Letter II
 Letter III
 Letter IV
 Letter V
 Letter VI
 Letter VII
 Letter VIII
 Letter IX
 Letter X
 Letter XI
 Letter XII
 Letter XIII
 Letter XIV
 Letter XV
 Letter XVI
 Explanation of Persian  and Indian Terms
 Letter XVII
 Letter XVIII
 Letter XIX
 Letter XX
 Letter XXI
 Letter XXII
 Letter XXIII
 Letter XXIV
 Letter XXV
 Letter XXVI
 Letter XXVII
 Letter XXVIII
 Letter XXIX
 Letter XXX
 Letter XXXI
 Letter XXXII
 Letter XXXIII
 Letter XXXIV
 Letter XXXV
 Letter XXXVI
 Letter XXXVII
 collapse section3. Dean Mahomet in Ireland  and England (1784–1851)
 Dean Mahomet Enters Cork
 Publication of Travels
 Cork Society
 Immigration to London
 Dean Mahomet Works for a Nabob
 The Hindostanee Coffee House (1809–12)
 The World of Brighton
 Dean Mahomet and Jane Move  to Brighton
 The Battery House Baths (1815–20)
 Mahomed's Baths (1821–43)
 Shifting Self-Presentations
 The Indian Method
 Shampooing Surgeon to Royalty
 Social Position in Brighton
 Dean Mahomet's Legacies

 collapse sectionBibliography
 Manuscript Sources
 Books and Articles

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