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" These local authorities have been cherished or neglected, according to the disposition of the sovereign. But, as far as we can trace the history of Central India, their rights and privileges have never been contested, even by the tyrants and oppressors... "
The Oriental herald and colonial review [ed. by J.S. Buckingham]. - Page 455
redigeeritud poolt - 1826
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The Dublin Magazine, 1. köide

1840
...circles. In central In. l¡.i, their rights and privileges never were contested, even by tyrants ; while all just princes have founded their chief reputation and claim to popularity on attention to them.''* Munro, who was intimately acquainted with other districts, says, " In all Indian villages there was...
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A Memoir of Central India, Including Malwa, and Adjoining ..., 1. köide

John Malcolm - 1824
...sovereign. But, as far as we can trace the history of Central India, their rights and privileges have never been contested, even by the tyrants and oppressors...reputation and claim to popularity on attention to them. The police now existing in Central India merits Police. but a short notice. It is solely regulated...
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A Memoir of Central India, Including Malwa, and Adjoining ..., 1. köide

Sir John Malcolm - 1824
...sovereign. But, as far as AVC can trace the history of Central India, their rights and privileges have never been contested, even by the tyrants and oppressors...while, on the other hand, all just princes have founded thenchief reputation and claim to popularity on attention to them. The police now existing in Central...
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The Oriental Herald and Journal of General Literature, 8. köide

James Silk Buckingham - 1826
...the various princes according to the disposition of the sovereign. But, as far as could be traced, " their rights and privileges had never been contested,...or head of the Bunniah or mercantile tribes ; and a iiiciii in-, or head of every other class of the inhabitants, down to the lowest. These persons settled...
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A Memoir of Central India: Including Malwa, and Adjoining ..., 1. köide

John Malcolm - 1832 - 580 lehte
...sovereign. But, as far as we can trace the history of Central India, their rights and privileges have never been contested, even by the tyrants and oppressors...reputation and claim to popularity on attention to them. . tration of The police now existing in Central India merits Police, but a short notice. It is solely...
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The Citizen (or, Dublin monthly magazine).

1840
...circles. In central India, their rights and privileges never were contested, even by tyrants ; while all just princes have founded their chief reputation and claim to popularity on attention to them.'1* Munro, who was intimately acquainted with other districts, says, " In all Indian villages...
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Empire in Asia, how We Came by it: A Book of Confessions

William Torrens McCullagh Torrens - 1872 - 426 lehte
...Central India, their rights and privileges never were contested even by tyrants, while all just princes founded their chief reputation and claim to popularity on attention to them." 2 Sir Thomas Munro, who was intimately acquainted with other districts, says — " In all Indian villages...
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The Parliamentary Debates

Great Britain. Parliament - 1892
...Central India their rights ind privileges never were contested even by tyrants; while all just Princes founded their chief reputation and claim to popularity, on attention to them." 3ome years ago in the Legislative Council of Bombay, the Hon. Ill Indian Councils Act {COMMONS} (1861)...
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The Oriental Herald, 8. köide

1826
...the various princes according to the disposition of the sovereign. But, as far as could be traced, " their rights and privileges had never been contested,...or head of the Bunniah or mercantile tribes; and a mehtur, or head of every other class of the inhabitants, down to the lowest. These persons settled...
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