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The government guarantee on Indian railways, as officially explained and recognised. By the railway boards, the Government, and the stock exchange. Compiled by the Chairman of the Scinde Railway Company.

W. P Andrew, (William Patrick), Sir, 1806-1887, author.

London : Wm. H. Allen & Co., 7, Leadenhall Street, 1861.

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The Punjaub Railway. A selection from official correspondence regarding the introduction of railways into the Punjaub, with map of Scinde and the Punjaub. By W.P. Andrew, Chairman of the Scinde and Punjaub Railways.

W. P Andrew, (William Patrick), Sir, 1806-1887, compiler.

London : Wm. H. Allen and Co., 7, Leadenhall Street, 1857.

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The Bolan and Khyber railways. By W.P. Andrew, with a memorandum by Sir Henry Green, on portable railways in military operations.

W. P Andrew, (William Patrick), Sir, 1806-1887, author.

London : W.H. Allen & Co., 13 Waterloo Place, Pall Mall, S.W., publishers to the India Office, 1879.

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Indian railways as connected with the power and stability of the British Empire in the East, the development of its resources, and the civilization of its people: With a brief analysis of the projects now claiming public confidence. By an Old Indian Postmaster [Sir W. P. Andrew].

W. P Andrew, (William Patrick), Sir, 1806-1887.

London : W. H. Allen & Co, 1884.

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The route of the Indus, and the advance of Russia towards India. A letter to W.P. Andrew, Esq., Chairman of the Scinde and Euphrates Valley Railways, on the importance and necessity of placing Delhi and Lahore in railway communication with Kurrachee on the Arabian Sea. By an officer of thirteen years' service in the Punjaub.

Officer of thirteen years' service in the Punjaub, author.

London : Wm. H. Allen & Co., 13, Waterloo Place, S.W., 1865.

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The Euphrates Valley route to India in connection with the Central Asian question. By W.P. Andrew, Esq., F.R.G.S., Chairman Scinde, Punjaub, and Delhi Railways.

W. P Andrew, (William Patrick), Sir, 1806-1887, author.

London : Published by W. Mitchell and Co., 39, Charing Cross, [1873]

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Railways in Bengal; (being the substance of a report addressed to the Chairman of the East India Company in 1849.) By W.P. Andrew, Esq. author of "Indian railways; by an old Indian postmaster", &c., &c., &c. With introductory remarks, by the editor of the Artizan, (reprinted from the Artizan, of June, 1851.) a map and appendix.

W. P Andrew, (William Patrick), Sir, 1806-1887, author.

London : Wm. H. Allen, & Co. 7, Leadenhall Street, 1853.

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Indian railways; as connected with the power, and stability of the British Empire in the East; the development of its resources, and the civilization of its people; with an analysis of the projects now claiming public confidence. By an old Indian postmaster.

W. P Andrew, (William Patrick), Sir, 1806-1887, author.

London : T.C. Newby, 72, Mortimer Street, Cavendish Sq. ; Simpkin and Co.; Dublin, Cumming and Ferguson; Edinburgh, Oliver and Boyd; Glasgow, Griffin and Co.; Liverpool, Grapel, 1846.

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Indian railways and their probable results, with maps and an appendix, containing statistics of internal and external commerce of India, by an old Indian postmaster.

W. P Andrew, (William Patrick), Sir, 1806-1887, author.

London : T.C. Newby; P. Richardson, Cornhill; Edinburgh, Oliver & Boyd; Liverpool, Deighton, 1848.

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Letters on the completion of the Indus Valley railway system, addressed to the Under Secretary of State for India, by W.P. Andrew, Chairman, Scinde, Punjaub and Delhi Railways.

W. P Andrew, (William Patrick), Sir, 1806-1887, author.

London : Waterlow and Sons, printers, Carpenters' Hall, London Wall, 1869.

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