1994 marked 200 years since the death of Sir William Jones, the founder of the Asiatic Society. Material connected with this anniversary are:
- Letter from Chandan Roy Chaudhuri, General Secretary, Asiatic Society, to Dr. D.W. MacDowell, Vice-President, Royal Asiatic Society, to inform of an International Seminar, "The Future of Oriental Studies and the Role of the Asiatic Society", to mark the bi-centenary of the death of Sir William Jones, and to ask for the Royal Asiatic Society to send participants. Dated 25 February 1994.
- "International Seminar on The Future of Oriental Studies and the Role of the Asiatic Society Dedicated to the Sacred Memory of Sir William Jones", seminar organised by the Asiatic Society in collaboration with the Ramarkrishna Mission Institute of Calcutta, to be held on 27-28 April, 1994, at Vivekananda Hall. Programme and Objectives of the Seminar, 9 pages.