Smallarms of the East India Company 1600–1856. Vol. I: Procurement and Design; Vol. II: Catalogue of Patterns. By D. F. HARDING. Foresight Books, PO Box 15061, London, N10 2WF, UK, 1997.

@article{Cooper1999SmallarmsOT,
  title={Smallarms of the East India Company 1600–1856. Vol. I: Procurement and Design; Vol. II: Catalogue of Patterns. By D. F. HARDING. Foresight Books, PO Box 15061, London, N10 2WF, UK, 1997.},
  author={Randolf G. S. Cooper},
  journal={Modern Asian Studies},
  year={1999},
  volume={33},
  pages={759 - 762}
}
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