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" I venture to think, be a source of strength, for adding to the resources of the public treasury, and for extending the uniform application of our system of government to those whose best interests, we sincerely believe, will be promoted thereby. "
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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The Rebellion in India: How to Prevent Another

John Bruce Norton - 1857 - 244 Seiten
...petty intervening princi" palities, which may be made a means of annoyance, " but which can never, I venture to think, be a " source of strength ; for...interests, we believe, will be promoted " thereby." This is the key to the whole of his lordship's " consolidation" policy. He may have persuaded himself that...
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British India, Its Races and Its History Considered with Reference ..., Band 2

John Malcolm Forbes Ludlow - 1858
...these petty intervening principalities which may be made a means of annoyance, but which can never, I venture to think, be a source of strength for adding...system of government to those whose best interests, wo sincerely believe, will be promoted thereby." — "I take this fitting opportunity of recording,"...
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British India, Its Races and Its History Considered with Reference ..., Band 2

John Malcolm Forbes Ludlow - 1858
...Principalities" of Pattiala and Jheend are surely, in the midst of the present mutiny, a very effective " source of strength for adding to the resources of the public treasury." Englishmen and Englishwomen have suffered far less within the dominions of PART n. Holkar and Scindia,...
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The Edinburgh Review, Band 117

1863
...those petty intervening principalities which may be made a means of annoyance, but which can never, I venture to think, be a source of strength ; for...system of government to those whose best interests, we sincerely believe, will be promoted thereby. . . . The Government is bound, in duty as well as in policy,...
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A History of the Sepoy War in India, 1857-1858, Band 1

sir John William Kaye - 1864
...these petty intervening principalities, which may be made a means of annoyance, but which can never, I venture to think, be a source of strength, for adding...system of government to those whose best interests, we sincerely believe, will be promoted thereby. Such is the general principle that, in our humble opinion,...
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The Marquis of Dalhousie's Administration of British India ...: Annexation ...

Sir Edwin Arnold - 1865
...of these petty intervening principalities, which may be a means of annoyance, but which can never, I venture to think, be a source of strength; for adding...resources of the public treasury, and for extending the universal chap. XIV. application of our system of Government to those whose best interests, I sincerely...
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The Marquis of Dalhousie's Administration of British India ...: Annexation ...

Sir Edwin Arnold - 1865
...of these petty intervening principalities, which may be a means of annoyance, but which can never, T venture to think, be a source of strength ; for adding...resources of the public treasury, and for extending the universal chap. XIV. application of our system of Government to those whose best interests, I sincerely...
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The Mysore Reversion: "an Exceptional Case"

Evans Bell - 1865 - 225 Seiten
...and whether we are not bound—even at some risk and sacrifice—to take every fair opportunity of extending the uniform application of our system of government to those whose best interests will be thereby promoted. " The obligations of the British Government to the people of Mysore," said...
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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
...those petty intervening principalities which may be made a means of annoyance, but which can never, I venture to think, be a source of strength, for adding...treasury, and for extending the uniform application of our government to those whose best interests wesincerely believe will be promoted thereby." It is possible,...
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Intervention and Non-intervention; Or, The Foreign Policy of Great Britain ...

Augustus Granville Stapleton - 1866 - 306 Seiten
...petty intervening principalities, which may ' be made a means of annoyance, but which can never, ' I venture to think, be a source of strength for adding ' to the revenues of the public treasury—and for ex' tending the uniform application of our system of ' government...
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