In 2007, the Gujarat State Archives Department began digitizing 600,000 records, including Baroda state records, prints, maps, Abhinandan Patra or Maan Patra (congratulatory letters) offered to the former king by various states and provincial organizations, Aagna Patrika (Gazette), huzur orders and letter volumes, and the agreements of the princely state with other provincial states and the British Raj. currently housed at the Southern Circle Record Office in Vadodara, where a permanent exhibition has also been set up. [24] J.M. Bumsted, “Walker, Alexander,” Dictionary of Canadian Biography Online, University of Toronto, www.biographi.ca/009004-119.01-e.php?&id_nbr=3186&&PHPSESSID=ychzfqkvzape Based on the west coast of India until the 1790s, Walker maintained his interest in observation and learning. Among his manuscripts and correspondence at the National Library of Scotland is an important collection of his sketchbooks of people and ships on the Malabar coast; The University of Edinburgh Library has two large volumes of his drawings of Malabar plants and trees. A large collection of Arabic, Persian, Sanskrit and Hindi manuscripts acquired during his years in India is kept at the Bodleian Library in Oxford. William Daniell`s troops crossed a river into India around 1790. Collection of the Christchurch Art Gallery Te Puna o Waiwhet? In the early 20th century, British relations with the four largest princely states of Hyderabad, Mysore, Jammu and Kashmir, as well as Baroda, were administered by a British resident under the direct authority of the Governor-General of India. [10] In 1911, the state of Baroda covered 3,239 km2 (1,251 square miles) and the population was 2,032,798 people according to the 1911 census in India. [11] The state was very rich.

The Pittsburgh Press reported in 1927 that the diamond necklace, which contained the southern diamond star, was part of a royal collection worth $10,000,000 that was then housed in the Nazarbaug Palace (built in 1721) in the city of Baroda; Another important part of the collection was a fabric embroidered with precious stones and seed beads to cover Muhammad`s tomb. [12] [13]. Alexander Walker`s constant gaze inhabits the rugged and inhabited trains. Although he is accustomed to leadership, he carries a stoic humility; it seems thoughtful and human. In fact, he is a man who weighed important things. Walker`s vast experience and observations have also been preserved in his many writings, most of which are unpublished. But his remarkable story is barely told. Walker retired in 1812 and, as one biographer put it, “settled in his native land, where he lived happiest among his kind family and devoted himself zealously to the many activities of agriculture and the improvement of his lands.” 10 Two sons, William Stuart and James Scott, were also born in 1813 and 1814. Also in these years, Bowland House was rebuilt by architect James Gillespie Graham in the magnificent Tudor Gothic style. The portraits of Alexander and Barbara Walker were probably painted in 1819.11 The commission was probably arranged by Barbara`s connections: Raeburn also painted his brother, Sir James Montgomery, second Baronet of Stanhope; his sister-in-law Helen Graham, Lady Montgomery; and her sister Margaret, with her husband Robert Campbell of Kailzie. .

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