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1. Lord William Bentinck (14 September 1774–17 June 1839): Governor-General of India from 1828 to 1835.

2. David Arnold, The New Cambridge History of India.

3. Commemorative Volume on the Occasion of the TerJubilee Year of Foundation of Medical College, Bengal, Medical College Ex-Students Association Calcutta, p. 9.

4. Ibid. There have been many other such studies. P. Bala,Imperialism and Medicine in Bengal ; B. Gupta, ‘Indigenous Medicine in 19th and 20th Century Bengal’; D. Kumar, ‘Medical Encounter in British India, 1820–1920’, and Science and the Raj, 1857–1905 ; C. Leslie (ed.), Asian Medical Systems: A Comparative Study ; C. Leslie and A. Young (eds), Paths to Asian Medical Knowledge ; K.N. Panikkar, ‘Indigenous Medicine and ...

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