This chapter examines the cutcherry scribes and their role in society. The scribes were the first professional writers of English in southeastern India. This chapter focuses on the corruption and lack of discipline of the cutcherry. It tackles the rise of gray market in documents and explains the contradictions of colonial governance.
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