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The Baramahal Records was a series of volumes that reprinted official correspondence and administrative documents on the Baramahal District of India while it was under British rule.
The first volume of The Baramahal Records was published in 1907, and begins with correspondence from 1791. It is not clear when the series ended, but it appears to have continued for at least 22 volumes, and at least into the 1930s.
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