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" India by the acts of ambitious men, who have deceived their countrymen by false reports, and led them into open rebellion. Our power has been shown by the suppression of that rebellion in the field ; we desire to show our mercy by pardoning the offences... "
Parliamentary Papers, House of Commons and Command - Sivu 187
tekijä(t) Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons - 1859
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Blackwood's Magazine, Nide 85

1859
...by pardoning the offences of those who Imvo bocn thuq misled, but who desire to return to the pith of duty. "Already in one province, with a view to...and governorgeneral has held out the expectation of pardun, on certain terms, to tho great majority of those who, in tho late unhappy disturbances, have...

The General Baptist repository, and Missionary observer [afterw.] The ...

1859
...who desire to return to the path of duty. "Already in one province, with a view to stop the farther effusion of blood, and to hasten the pacification...dominions, our Viceroy and GovernorGeneral has held out to those who in the late unhappy disturbances have been guilty of offences against our Government,...

Key to Hindústání, Or, An Easy Method of Acquiring Hindústání in the ...

Hydur Jung, Hydur Jung Bahadoor - 1861 - 196 sivua
...bound to the natives of our Indian territories by the same obligations of duty which bind us to all our other subjects; and those obligations, by the...to hasten the pacification of our Indian dominions, pur Viceroy and Governor-General has held out the expectation of 176 AN EASY METHOD OP ACQUIRING 1-UM!l'sT.V.Nf....

John Cassell's Illustrated History of England, Nide 8

John Frederick Smith - 1864
...mercy by pardoning the offences of those who desire to return to the path of duty. "Already in our province, with a view to stop the further effusion...out the expectation of pardon on certain terms to tho great majority of those who in the late unhappy disturbances have been guilty of offences against...

Indian Records: With a Commercial View of the Relations Between the British ...

1870 - 347 sivua
...in one Provinee, with a view to stop the further effusion of hlood, and to hasten the pacifieation of our Indian Dominions, Our Viceroy and Governor-General...the great majority of those who, in the late unhappy disturhanees, have hecn guilty of offenees against Our Government, and has declared the punishment...

Indian Records: With a Commercial View of the Relations Between the British ...

Indian records - 1870 - 347 sivua
...those who have becn thus misled, but who desire to rcturn to the path of duty. Already in one Provinee, with a view to stop the further effusion of blood, and to hasten the pacifieation of our Indian Dominions, Our Viceroy and Governor-General has held out the expectation...

The illustrated history of the British empire in India and the East ..., Nide 4

Edward Henry Nolan - 1878
...equitable demands of the State ; and we will that, generally, in framing and administering the law, duo regard be paid to the ancient rights, usages, and...pacification of our Indian dominions, our Viceroy and Governor- General has held out the expectation of pardon, on certain terms, to the great majority of...

The Taluqdari Settlement in Oudh

Rajkumar Sarvadhikari - 1882 - 175 sivua
...of India. Marked allusion was made in it to the Province of Oudh and the Proclamation of March : " Already in one province, with a view to stop the further effusion of blood, and hasten the pacification of our Indian dominions, our Viceroy and Governor-General has held out the...

The Taluqdari Settlement in Oudh

Rajkumar Sarvadhikari - 1882 - 175 sivua
...of India. Marked allusion was made in it to the Province of Oudh and the Proclamation of March : " Already in one province, with a view to stop the further effusion of blood, and hasten the pacification of our Indian dominions, our Viceroy and Governor-General has held out the...

India in the Victorian Age: An Economic History of the People

Romesh Chunder Dutt - 1904 - 628 sivua
...discharge. "We know, and respect, the feelings of attachment with which the Natives of India regard the land inherited by them from their ancestors, and we desire...our Viceroy and Governor-General has held out the expectations of pardon, on certain terms, to the great majority of those who, in the late unhappy disturbances,...




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