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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. "
A Missing Chapter of the Indian Mutiny - Side 214
av Charles Lionel Showers - 1888 - 214 sider
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The Rebellion in India: How to Prevent Another

John Bruce Norton - 1857 - 244 sider
...may lapse in the midst of them ; for " thus getting rid of these petty intervening princi" palities, which may be made a means of annoyance, " but which...of government to those " whose best interests, we believe, will be promoted " thereby." This is the key to the whole of his lordship's " consolidation"...
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British India, Its Races and Its History Considered with Reference ..., Volum 2

John Malcolm Forbes Ludlow - 1858
...possession of States -which may lapse in the midst of them ; for thus getting rid of these petty intervening principalities which may be made a means of annoyance,...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 ..., Volum 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 THE A XNEXA TION POLICY. 157 have suffered far less within the dominions...
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The Edinburgh Review: Or Critical Journal, Volum 117

1863
...possession of states which may lapse in the midst of them ; for thus getting rid of those petty intervening principalities which may be made a means of annoyance,...interests, we sincerely believe, will be promoted thereby. . . . The Government is bound, in duty as well as in policy, to act on every such occasion with the...
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A History of the Sepoy War in India, 1857-1858, Volum 1

Sir John William Kaye - 1864
...possession of States that may lapse in the midst of them ; for thus getting rid of these petty intervening principalities, which may be made a means of annoyance,...interests, we sincerely believe, will be promoted thereby. Such is the general principle that, in our humble opinion, ought to guide the conduct of the British...
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The Empire in India: Letters from Madras and Other Places

Evans Bell - 1864 - 412 sider
...only true policy was, in Lord Dalhousie's own words, that of " getting rid of those petty intervening principalities, which may be made a means of annoyance, but which can never be a source of strength."1 The time of trial for this policy was not delayed for many years after the...
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The marquis of Dalhousie's administration of British India, Volum 2

1865
...in the midst of them ; for thus getting rid of these petty intervening principalities, which may be a means of annoyance, but which can never, I venture...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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A Vindication of the Marquis of Dalhousie's Indian Administration

Sir Charles Robert Mitchell Jackson - 1865 - 179 sider
...states which may lapse in the ' midst of them ; for thus getting rid of these paltry * intervening principalities, which may be made a ' means of annoyance,...never, I ' venture to think, be a source of strength.' .... ' It would be difficult to imagine a case to which the ' rule founded on this general principle...
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The Marquis of Dalhousie's Administration of British India ...: Annexation ...

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 sider
...only true policy was, in Lord Dalhousie's own words, that of " getting rid of those petty intervening principalities, which may be made a means of annoyance, but which can never be a source of strength."* Mr. George Campbell wrote as follows in 1852, alluding to the case of Sattara...
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