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" India, will surround and assail them in every station, especially upon their first arrival in India. The early discipline of the service should be calculated to counteract the defects of the climate and the vices of -the people, and to form a. natural... "
Asiatic Journal - Side 290
1840
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The Anti-Jacobin Review and Magazine, Utgaver 55-58

1803
...Station, «Specially upon their firfl arrival in India. The early diScipline ol the Service Ihould be calculated to counteract the defects of the climate...vices of the people, and to form a natural barrier againll habitual indolence, diilipation, and licentious indulgence ; the Spirit of emulation in honourable...
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The Asiatic Annual Register; Or, A View of the History of Hindustan,: And of ...

1803
...every ftation, efpccially upon their firft arrival in India. The early difcipline of the fervice fhould be calculated to counteract the defects of the climate and the vices of the people, and to forra a natural barrier ¡igainft habi tual indelcnce, diffipal ion, and licentious indulgence ; the...
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The Asiatic Annual Register, Or, A View of the History of Hindustan ..., Volum 4

Lawrence Dundas Campbell, E. Samuel - 1803
...arrival in India. The early difcipline of the fervice fhould be calculated to counteract the defefts of the climate and the vices of the people, and to form a natural barrier againft habitual indolence, diffipation, and licentious indulgence ; the fpirit of emulation in honourable...
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The Antijacobin Review: And Protestant Advocate: Or, Monthly ..., Volum 14

1805
...arrival in India. The early diicipline of the fervice Ihould be calculated to counteract the defefts of the climate and the vices of the people, and to form a natural barrier againft habitual indolence, diliipation, and licentious indulgence ; the fpirit of emulation in honourable...
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Memoirs of the life and writings of the Rev. Claudius Buchanan

Hugh Pearson - 1817 - 537 sider
...in every station, especially upon their first arrival in India. The early discipline of the service should be calculated to counteract the defects of...kindled and kept alive by the continual prospect of distinction and reward, of profit and honour; nor should any precaution be relaxed in India which is...
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Memoirs of the Life and Writings of the Rev. Claudius Buchanan, D.D ..., Volum 1

Hugh Pearson - 1819
...-every station, especially upon their first arrival in that country. The early discipline of the service should be calculated to counteract the defects of...kindled and kept alive by the continual prospect of distinction and reward, of profit and honour ; nor should any precaution be relaxed in India which...
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Memoirs of the Life and Writings of the Rev. Claudius Buchanan, D.D.: Late ...

Hugh Pearson - 1818 - 537 sider
...in every station, especially upon their first arrival in India. The early discipline of the service should be calculated to counteract the defects of...the people, and to form a natural barrier against habilual indolence, dissipation, and licentious indulgence ; the spirit of emulation in honourable...
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The annals of the college of Fort William. [With] Appendix

Thomas Roebuck - 1819
...in every station, especially upon their first arrival in India. The early discipline of the service should be calculated to counteract the defects of...natural barrier against habitual indolence, dissipation, nnd licentious indulgence; the spirit of emulation in honourable and useful pur-nits should be kindled...
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The Despatches, Minutes, and Correspondence, of the Marquess ..., Volum 2

Marquess Richard Wellesley Wellesley - 1836
...in every station, especially upon their first arrival in India. The early discipline of the service should be calculated to counteract the defects of...kindled and kept alive by the continual prospect of distinction, and reward, of profit, and honour ; nor should any precaution be relaxed in India, which...
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The History of the British Empire in India, Volum 3

Edward Thornton - 1842
...them in every station, especially on their first arrival in India. The early discipline of the service should be calculated to counteract the defects of...kindled and kept alive, by the continual prospect of distinction and reward, of profit and honour; nor should any precaution be relaxed in India which is...
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