Coorg and Its Rajahs

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J. Bumpus, 1857 - 136페이지
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87 페이지 - The state does not so much as touch the. sums which it owes to the enemy : money lent to the public is everywhere exempt from confiscation and seizure in case of war.
27 페이지 - ... him two daughters. If any son be hereafter born of her, he would be the heir; but if it was the will of God, that she should bear no son, then the three sons of his concubine, called Rajashe'karappa...
21 페이지 - A severe action ensued, in which I was present. To describe the battle which General Stuart fought with these two regiments of Europeans ; the discipline, valour, strength, and magnanimity of the troops, the courageous attack upon the army of Tippoo, surpasses all example in this world. In our Shasters, and Puranas, the battles fought by Allered and Maharut have been much celebrated, but they are unequal to this battle ; it exceeds my ability to describe this action at length to your Lordship.
53 페이지 - The conduct of the Rajah of Coorg has for a long time past been of such a nature as to render him unworthy of the friendship and protection of the British Government. " Unmindful of his duty as a ruler, and regardless of his obligations as a dependent Ally of the East India Company...
76 페이지 - The governor-general in council does hereby acknowledge to have received from AB the sura of Sicca rupees • ae a loan to the honourable the united company of merchants of England trading to the East Indies, and does hereby promise for, and on behalf of the United Company, to repay and discharge the said...
55 페이지 - ... they will be kindly received, and their rights and privileges respected, and that such of them, as may in any way render assistance to the enemy, will be considered as traitors and punished accordingly. This proclamation will be carefully made known in Chittledroog, Raidroog, Mysore, Bellary, Malabar, Canara, in order that the relatives of such persons as have taken service in Coorg from those places or adjoining districts, may adopt the earliest means of communicating its purport to the parties...
21 페이지 - Kanydygood; on approaching, he ordered the two regiments to attack the enemy. A severe action ensued, in which I was present. To describe the battle which General Stuart fought with these two regiments of Europeans; the discipline, valour, strength, and magnanimity of the troops, the courageous attack...
93 페이지 - The ceremony was performed by the archbishop of Canterbury, assisted by the bishop of London.
20 페이지 - Tippoo Sultaun, and continued to see some other white tents rising; a large green tent then appeared, and then another tent which was red, and after that five or six hundred tents. Upon this, the English sirdars and myself were satisfied that it was the army of Tippoo Sultaun ; we then returned to the English army at Sedapoor, and acquainted the General that Tippoo's army was at Periapatam. The army was accordingly prepared, as were also the battalions at Sedaseer, under the command of Colonel Montr6sor.
54 페이지 - Basavappa, who to preserve their lives had fled from his oppression, the Rajah has presumed to address letters, replete with the most insulting expressions to the Governor of Fort St. George and the Governor-General of India ; that he has assumed an attitude of hostility...

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