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" We should be sorry that, from the accumulation of arrears, there should ever be room to raise a question, whether it were better to leave the Natives to their own arbitrary and precipitate tribunals, than to harass their feelings and injure their property,... "
The Oriental herald and colonial review [ed. by J.S. Buckingham]. - Page 460
redigeeritud poolt - 1826
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The Edinburgh Review, 73. köide

1841
...be room to raise a question whether it were better to leave the natives to their own arbitrary and precipitate tribunals, than to harass their feelings,...under the pretence of more deliberate justice.' it did not perceive that its own miscalculation of means was at the root of the evil. The whole blame...
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The Edinburgh Review: Or Critical Journal, 31. köide

1819
...be room to raise a question, whether it were better to leave the natives to their own arbitrary and precipitate tribunals, than to harass their feelings,...suits, under the pretence of more deliberate justice. ' As to the very obvious remedy of increasing die number of courts, this was of course suggested in...
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The History of British India, 3. köide

James Mill - 1817 - 777 lehte
...be room to raise a question, whether it were better to leave the natives to their own arbitrary and precipitate tribunals, than to harass their feelings...suits, under the pretence of more deliberate justice." * Of the extent to which they are harassed, and the evils which so defective a system of judicature...
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Sketch of the History and Influence of the Press in British India ...

Leicester Stanhope Earl of Harrington - 1823 - 194 lehte
...be room to raise a question, whether it were better to leave the natives to their own arbitrary and precipitate tribunals, than to harass their feelings,...suits, under the pretence of more deliberate justice." To these delays a Judge of Circuit ascribes numerous commitments for breaches of the peace. " Since...
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The Oriental Herald and Journal of General Literature, 8. köide

James Silk Buckingham - 1826
...be room to raise a question, whether it were better to leave the Natives to their own arbitrary and precipitate tribunals, than to harass their feelings...enormous mass of business occasions causes to be hurried over with a despatch declared to be almost " incredible ; " and the superior courts are so distant...
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Observations on Our Indian Administration: Civil and Military

James Caulfield - 1832 - 118 lehte
...room to raise a question whether it would be better to leave the natives to their own arbitrary arid precipitate tribunals, than to harass their feelings,...suits, under the pretence of more deliberate justice." — Daily experience and the concurring opinion of our best servants answers this query in the affirmative....
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Notes on Indian Affairs, 2. köide

Frederick John Shore - 1837
...room to raise a question, whether it were not better to leave the natives to their own arbitrary and precipitate tribunals, than to harass their feelings...their property, by an endless procrastination of their suit under the pretence of more deliberate justice." So pitiful a thing U suitor's state. Full little...
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Notes on Indian Affairs, 2. köide

Frederick John Shore - 1837
...whether it were not better to leave the natives to their own arbitrary and precipitate tribunals, fthan to harass their feelings and injure their property, by an endless procrastination of their suit under the pretence of more deliberate j ustice."? So pitiful a thing is suitor's state. Full little...
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The Magistrates' Court Manual: Containing Copious Up-to-date Annotations on ...

P. H. Chatterjee - 1907 - 315 lehte
...gave room to raise a question whether it were better to leave the natives to their own arbitrary and precipitate tribunals than to harass their feelings...suits, under the pretence of more deliberate justice. In the year 1829 Bengal was divided into twenty divisions under twenty Commissioners of Revenue and...
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Early Revenue History of Bengal

Frank David Ascoli - 1917 - 272 lehte
...were better to leave the " natives to their own arbitrary and precipitate tribunals, than " to harrass their feelings, a,nd injure their property, by an...under the pretence of " more deliberate justice." In justice, however, to the assiduity of the European civil servants, entrusted with the administration...
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