Author:John Crawfurd

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John Crawfurd
(1783–1868)
Scottish colonial administrator, activist and lobbyist, known as a historian, linguist and ethnologist.

Works[edit]

  • History of the languages of the Indian islands (1814)
  • An Inscription from the Kawi or ancient Javanese language (1816)
  • A short address to the weavers of Paisley and the neighbourhood, (suggesting a plan for their relief) (1819)
  • History of the Indian Archipelago. Containing an account of the manners, arts, languages, religions, institutions, and commerce of its inhabitants (1820)
  • On the existence of the Hindu religion in the island of Bali (1820?)
  • The Ruins of Prambanan in Java (1820?)
  • A view of the present state and future prospects of the free trade and colonisation of India (1828)
  • Journal of an embassy from the governer-general of India to the Court of Ava, in the year 1827, with an appendix containing a description of fossil remains, by Professor Buckland and Mr. Clift (1829)
  • Journal of an embassy to the courts of Siam and Cochin China (1830)
  • Chinese monopoly examined (1830)
  • An inquiry into some of the principal monopolies of the East India Company (1830)
  • Notes on the settlement or colonization of British subjects in India : with an appendix of proofs and illustrations (1833)
  • The newspaper stamp and the newspaper postage (1836)
  • Taxes on knowledge: a financial and historical view of the taxes which impede the education of the people (1836)
  • An appeal from the inhabitants of British India to the justice of the people of England : a popular inquiry into the operation of the system of taxation in British India (1839)
  • On the Malayan and Polynesian Languages and Races (1847)
  • A grammar and dictionary of the Malay language, with a preliminary dissertation (1852)
  • A descriptive dictionary of the Indian islands and adjacent countries
  • On the origin of the gypsies (1863)
  • On the supposed infecundity of human hybrids or crosses (1864)
  • The plurality of the races of man: a discourse (1867), with John Baxter Langley
  • The Crawfurd Papers: a collection of official records relating to the mission of Dr. John Crawfurd sent to Siam by the government of India in the year 1821, editor William Storm
Works by this author published before January 1, 1923 are in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago. Translations or editions published later may be copyrighted. Posthumous works may be copyrighted based on how long they have been published in certain countries and areas.