By Gordon T. Stewart , John Tully , Anand A. Yang , Matthew Boswell , Gordon M. Winder , Kaushik Bagchi , Poul Duedahl , Thomas S. Wilkins , William W. Grimes , Tara Sethia , Chris Vasantkumar
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1. 1774: The Scottish Enlightenment Meets the Tibetan Enlightenment
2. A Victorian Ecological catastrophe: Imperialism, the Telegraph, and Gutta-Percha
3. Indian Convict staff in Southeast Asia within the overdue Eighteenth and Early 19th Centuries
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5. London's worldwide achieve? Reuters information and community, 1865, 1881, and 1914
6. Richard Garbe's Indian trip, 1885-1886
7. promoting Mankind: UNESCO and the discovery of world background, 1945-1976
8. Taiwan-Japan kinfolk in an period of Uncertainty
9. The Asian financial Fund Reborn
10. the increase of the Jute production in Colonial India: an international Perspective
11. what's This “Chinese” in abroad chinese language? Sojourn paintings and where of China's Minority Nationalities in Extraterritorial Chinese-ness
1. Gordon T. Stewart
2. John Tully
3. Anand A. Yang
4. Matthew Boswell
5. Gordon M. Winder
6. Kaushik Bagchi
7. Poul Duedahl
8. Thomas S. Wilkins
9. William W. Grimes
10. Tara Sethia
11. Chris Vasantkumar
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Grueber and A. d'Orville had stayed in Lhasa on their overland journey from Peking to India. The Jesuits had been followed by the Capuchins, who set up their mission in Lhasa in the 1720s. The Panchen Lama's knowledge of Christianity came from what he knew of these Roman Catholic orders and their teachings. He was also seeing it from the outside, from the perspective of his own religion—just as Bogle struggled to understand the religion of the Lamas from his Christian perspective. For Bogle, the difference between a Capuchin monk and a Scottish Presbyterian was an important piece of cultural knowledge, but for the Panchen Lama the difference mattered little, for they were all Christians.
The inventory list begins with "Bacon's works, 5 vols. " 32 We do not know the extent to which Bogle read the books in his library. He may have picked them up in a sale in the same way as other servants of the company bought his books after he died. There is no sustained engagement with the major philosophers of the Enlightenment in Bogle's journals or the letters. He cannot be presented as a major thinker, but his letters and journals do show him to be a minor example of Enlightenment views in action.
In this he was just like every other servant of the East India Company. The outlook of Bogle and other young men who gained positions, through family and business patronage, in the company was well illustrated in the case of David Anderson, one of Bogle's closest friends and associates during his time in the Bengal service. Shortly after his arrival in Calcutta in 1767 Anderson received a letter from a friend who remained behind in Scotland. " 69 This reference to poor economic conditions in Scotland is a reminder that many Scots turned to India as a way of making or repairing their family fortunes, as young George tried to do by helping with debt burdening his father's Daldowie estate.