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Bøker Bok 16 av 6Raj, and the honor of his family, and it appeared that her living longer was inconsistent...
" Raj, and the honor of his family, and it appeared that her living longer was inconsistent with these in her father's opinion, there was no occasion for him to have gone secretly to work ; for that she was prepared to die by her own act immediately. Accordingly... "
Memoirs of the Puthan Soldier of Fortune: The Nuwab Ameer-Ood-Doulah ... - Side 390
av Basāvan La'l (called Shādān.), Henry Thoby Prinsep - 1832 - 508 sider
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Memoirs of the Puthan soldier of fortune the nuwab ammeer-ood-doulah ...

Basâvan Lâl, Muḥammad Amîr Khân - 1832
...happened, that what she took was not sufficient to effect the purpose, and the Princess guessed tbe object of her father; whereupon she sent him a message,...with it. The Raja was at this time ill pleased with Mookhtar-oud-DouIa Mohummud Shah Khan, and did not wish his brigades to be cantoned in Marwar. The...
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Asiatic Journal

1835
...the family, there was no occasion to go secretly to work. Accordingly, having bathed, and dressed in gay attire, she drank off the poison, " and so gave...earning the perpetual praise and admiration of mankind." This is the Ameer's account of the affair; but Colonel Tod and Sir John Malcolm make it appear that...
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The History of the British Empire in India, Volum 4

Edward Thornton - 1843
...becomes elevated to enthusiasm. " She drank off the poison," says he through the agency of his scribe, " and so gave up her precious life, earning the perpetual praise and admiration of mankind." VOL. iv. 2 h CHAP. xxv. Although a subsidiary treaty had been concluded, the arrangements had not been...
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The History of the British Empire in India, Volum 4

Edward Thornton - 1843
...becomes elevated to enthusiasm. " She drank off the poison," says he through the agency of his scribe, " and so gave up her precious life, earning the perpetual praise and admiration of mankind." VOL. IV. 2 h CHAP. xxv. Although a subsidiary treaty had been concluded, the arrangements had not been...
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The History of British India, Volum 7

James Mill - 1845
...no occasion for him to have gone secretly to work, for that she was prepared to die by her own act. Accordingly, having bathed, and dressed herself in...earning the perpetual praise and admiration of mankind. — Mem. 399. According to Malcolm and Tod, the death of the princess, although suggested by Amir Khan,...
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The history of British India, Volum 7

James Mill, Horace Hayman Wilson - 1848
...prepared to die by her own act. Accordingly, having bathed, and dressed herself in new and gay 'wire, she drank off the poison, and so gave up her precious life, earning Ihe perpetual praise and admiration of mankind. — Mem. 399. According to Malcolm and Tod, the death...
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