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Bøker Bok 17 av 7It cannot be denied that there is much ground for the apprehension, but I do not...
" It cannot be denied that there is much ground for the apprehension, but I do not see that we are at all more secure on any other plan. If we endeavour to depress the natives, our government may be overthrown by their resistance ; and such a catastrophe... "
A Missing Chapter of the Indian Mutiny - Side 179
av Charles Lionel Showers - 1888 - 214 sider
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Journal of the National Indian Association, in Aid of Social Progress in India

1885
...a share in their own government, it is not likely they will be content with the position assigned, or will ever rest until they have made good their...claimed as a birthright by a handful of Creoles." Elphinstone held, in common with most Indian statesmen of that day, that a free press and a foreign...
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Mountstuart Elphinstone

James Sutherland Cotton - 1892 - 222 sider
...by education, and at the same time admit them to a share in their* own government, it is not likely they will be content with the position assigned to...or claimed as a birthright by a handful of Creoles. ' These speculations may seem to be pushed too far, and they are certainly not proportioned to the...
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Mountstuart Elphinstone

James Sutherland Cotton - 1892 - 222 sider
...position assigned to them, or will ever rest until they have made good their title to the whole, ft cannot be denied that there is much ground for the...it should be wrested from us by a rival nation, or __claimed as a birthright by a handful of Creoles. ' These speculations may seem to be pushed too far,...
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Mountstuart Elphinstone: And the Making of Southwestern India

James Sutherland Cotton - 1896 - 222 sider
...by education, and at the same time admit them to a share in their own government, it is not likely they will be content with the position assigned to...or claimed as a birthright by a handful of creoles. ' These speculations may seem to be pushed too far, and they are certainly not proportioned to the...
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The Leisure Hour, Volum 34

1885
...either by foreign conquest or by the rev.;/, of our descendants ; and it is belter for our honour ZEJ interest, as well as for the welfare of mankind, that...should resign our power into the hands of the people £.: whose benefit it is entrusted to us." Egyptian Debt. — When Ismail became Khedive in iSfc the...
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Journal [afterw.] The Indian magazine (and review).

National Indian assoc - 1885
...be liable to be subverted either by foreign conquest or by the revolt of our descendants ; and it w better for our honour and interest, as well as for...claimed as a birthright by a handful of Creoles." Elphinstone held, in common with most Indian statesmen of that day, that a free press and a foreign...
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The Age of Reform, 1815-1870

Llewellyn Woodward - 1962 - 681 sider
...honestly that the only other policy was one of 'depressing the natives', and that, ultimately, it would be better 'for our honour and interest, as well as for...of the people for whose benefit it is entrusted'. Education would be useless without an improvement of material conditions. Here again the English rulers...
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