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" His Lordship in Council is of opinion that the great object of the British Government ought to be the promotion of European literature and science among the natives of India ; and that all the funds appropriated for the purposes of education would be... "
A Review of Public Instruction in the Bengal Presidency, from 1835 to 1851 - Sivu 7
tekijä(t) James Kerr - 1852
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The Chinese Repository, Nide 5

1837
...Committee reported, date from the 7th of March 1835, when the Governor-general in council resolved " that the great object of the British government ought...would be best employed on English education alone:" 5th, the prospectus of a Society to be designed the Prince of Wales' Island Christian Association,...

On the Education of the People of India

Charles Edward Trevelyan - 1838 - 220 sivua
...to the committee, dated the 21st and 22d January last, and the papers referred to in them. " 2d. — His lordship in council is of opinion that the great...would be best employed on English education alone. " 3d. — But it is not the intention of his lordship in council to abolish any college or school of...

Asiatic Journal

1838
...object of the British Government ought to be the promotion of European literature and science among the natives of India, and that all the funds appropriated...would be best employed on English education alone," Here, then, the Government of India joined the crusade against Sanscrit and Arabic, and all other oriental...

British India in Its Relation to the Decline of Hindooism, and the Progress ...

William Campbell - 1839 - 596 sivua
...consistency, how, I ask, has this promise been fulfilled ? An act of the supreme council has declared " that all the funds appropriated for the purposes of...would be best employed on English education alone ; " but has this edict been sanctioned by the government at home ? Is there to be in India a monopoly...

The Calcutta Review, Nide 37

1862
...opinion that the great object 'of the British government ought to be the promotion of Euro- • 'pean literature and science amongst the natives of India,...is not the intention of His Lordship to abolish any Col' lege or school of native learning, while the native population ' shall appear to be inclined to...

The British and Foreign Review: Or, European Quarterly Journal, Nide 18

1844
...object of the British Government ought to l;c the promotion of European literature and science among the natives of India ; and that all the funds appropriated...would be best employed on English education alone f. " 2nd. But it is not the intention of his Lordship in Council to abolish any college or school of...

The Calcutta Review, Nide 17

1852
...Trevelyan on Education in India. celebrated documeiit is dated March 7th, 1835, and runs as follows : — His Lordship in Council is of opinion that the great...English education alone. It is not the intention of bis Lordship to abolish any college or school of native learning, while the population shall appear...

An address to parliament on the duties of Great Britain to India, in respect ...

Charles Hay Cameron - 1853
...the committee, dated the 21st and 22nd January last, and the papers referred to in them. " 2nd. — . His Lordship in council is of opinion that the great...would be best employed on English education alone. " 3rd. — But it is not the intention of his Lordship in council to abolish any college or school...

The Administration of the East India Company: A History of Indian Progress

Sir John William Kaye - 1853 - 712 sivua
...the British Government ought to be the promotion of European literature and science among the nations of India, and that all the funds appropriated for...any college or school of native learning, while the population shall appear to be inclined to avail themselves of the advantages it affords. " His Lordship...

The Calcutta Review, Nide 27

1856
...kingships, — were vouchsafed to the deposed royalties. — " His Lordship in Council is of opinion — that all the funds appropriated for the purposes of...would be best employed on English Education alone. " Records II 27. Mr. Macaulay, Lord Bentinck and the Bengal Board of Public Instruction were the means...




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