Published in 1797, a proposal for greater evangelisation in British India by a director of the East India Company.
Charles Grant (1746-1823) spent many years in the service of the East India Company, eventually serving three times as its chairman. In this work, written in 1792 after his return from India but first published in 1797, he advocates the need for evangelisation in new territorial acquisitions.
1. Introduction; 2. View of the state of society among the Hindoo subjects of Great Britain; 3. Causes which have produced the present situation and character of the Hindoos; 4. Inquiry into the measures which might be adopted by Great Britain for the improvement of the condition of her Asiatic subjects; Appendix.