Allen's Indian Mail and Register of Intelligence for British & Foreign India, China, & All Parts of the East, Volumen7

William H. Allen, 1849

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Página 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.
Página 184 - I thank you for the honour you have done me in drinking my health, and beg to drink all yours in return.
Página 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.
Página 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.
Página 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.
Página 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.
Página 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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