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Side 221 - LANGUAGE, with Exercises on its more Prominent Peculiarities, together with a Selection of Useful Phrases, Dialogues, and Subjects for Translation into Persian. PART II. — A...
Side 157 - With Tables of Distances between the principal Towns and Military Stations On one sheet — size, 2 ft. 3 in. wide ; 2 ft. 9 in. high, 9s.
Side 184 - I thank you for the honour you have done me in drinking my health, and beg to drink all yours in return.
Side 126 - Compiled chiefly from surveys executed by order of the Government of India. On six sheets — size, 5 ft. 3 in. wide ; 5 ft. 4 in. high, £2 ; or, on cloth, in case, £2 12s.
Side 199 - I have the honour to report, for the information " of his Excellency the Commander-in-Chief, that I had " yesterday an affair with the enemy at a village called 1857.
Side 279 - The result of our deliberation is, that, concurring with you in opinion, we are fully satisfied that by the general law and custom of India, a dependent principality like that of Sattura cannot pass to an adopted heir without the consent of the paramount power; that we are under no pledge, direct or constructive, to give such consent, and that the general interests committed to our charge are best consulted by withholding it.
Side 292 - The Government of India formerly declared that it desired no further conquest; and it proved by its acts, the sincerity of its professions. The Government of India has no desire for conquest now ; but it is bound in its duty to provide fully for its own security, and to guard the interests of those committed to its charge.
Side 228 - The ranks of the enemy broken, their position carried, their guns, ammunition, camp equipage, and baggage captured, their flying masses driven before the victorious pursuers from mid-day to dusk, receiving most severe punishment in their flight...
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Side 62 - ... improving, and beautifying the human hair. It prevents hair from falling off or turning grey, strengthens weak hair, cleanses it from scurf and dandriff, and makes it beautifully soft, pliable, and glossy. For children it is especially...

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