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" I cannot conceive it possible for any one to dispute the policy of taking advantage of every just opportunity which presents itself for consolidating the territories that already belong to us by taking possession of states which may lapse in the midst... "
Lights and Shades of the East: Or a Study of the Life of Baboo Harrischander ... - Seite 33
von Framji Bomanji - 1863 - 385 Seiten
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Debate at the East-India House

1845
...What said Lori Dalhousie, the Governor- General, who was scarcely warm in his •eM? " He could not conceive it possible for any one to dispute the policy of taking possession of states which might he in the midst of our o\vn territories, thereby consolidating the«...
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Allen's Indian Mail and Register of Intelligence for British ..., Band 7

1849
...What said Lord Dalhousir, the governor-general, who was scarcely warm in his seat ? " He could not conceive it possible for any one to dispute the policy of taking possession of states which might lie in the midst of our own territories, thereby consolidating those...
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Has Oude Been Worse Governed by Its Native Princes Than Our Indian ...

Malcolm Lewin - 1857 - 26 Seiten
...on the policy announced by Lord Dalhousie a few months after his arrival in India, that " it is not possible for any one to dispute the " policy of taking advantage of any just oppor" tunity for consolidating the territories that " already belong to us, by taking possession...
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British India, Its Races and Its History Considered with Reference ..., Band 2

John Malcolm Forbes Ludlow - 1858
...after a few months' tenure of office and acquaintance with the country, proclaim dogmatically that he " cannot conceive it possible for any one to dispute the policy " of annexation, when I recollect that Sir Thomas Munro deemed that, " even if all India could be brought...
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Thoughts on the Policy of the Crown Towards India

John Malcolm Forbes Ludlow - 1859 - 367 Seiten
...deprecate than himself " any extension of our territory which can be avoided ;" but he could " not conceive it possible for any one to dispute the policy of taking advantage of any just opportunity which presents itself, for consolidating the territories that already belong to...
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The Edinburgh Review, Band 117

1863
...taking advantage of every just opportunity which presents itself for consolidating the territories which already belong to us, by taking possession of states...lapse in the midst of them ; for thus getting rid of those petty intervening principalities which may be made a means of annoyance, but which can never,...
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A History of the Sepoy War in India, 1857-1858, Band 1

sir John William Kaye - 1864
...considerations of our own safety, and of the maintenance of the tranquillity of our provinces. But I cannot conceive it possible for any one to dispute...already belong to us, by taking possession of States that may lapse in the midst of them ; for thus getting rid of these petty intervening principalities,...
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A Vindication of the Marquis of Dalhousie's Indian Administration

Sir Charles Robert Mitchell Jackson - 1865 - 179 Seiten
...considerations of our own safety, and of the ' maintenance of the tranquillity of our provinces. ' But I cannot conceive it possible for any one to ' dispute...every ' just opportunity which presents itself for consoli' dating the territories that already belong to us, by ' taking possession of states which may...
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The Marquis of Dalhousie's Administration of British India ...: Annexation ...

Sir Edwin Arnold - 1865
...subsequent acts of his rule; it can be verified from his own words. So far back as 1848 he had written, " I cannot conceive it possible for any one to dispute the policy of seizing the advantage of any just opportunity for consolidating the territories that already belong...
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International Policy: Essays on the Foreign Relations of England ...

Richard Congreve, Frederic Harrison, Edward Spencer Beesly, Edward Henry Pember, John Henry Bridges, Sir Charles Alfred Cookson, Henry Dix Hutton - 1866 - 603 Seiten
...conceive it possible for any one to dispute the policy of taking advantage of any just opportunity for consolidating the territories that already belong...possession of states which may lapse in the midst of them ; thus getting rid of those petty intervening principalities !" I do not wish to be accused of misinterpreting...
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