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able Address advance affairs Afghan Afghanistan Agent Ameer Amendment answer appears asked assurances authority believe Bill British brought Cabul called carried cause Chancellor charge circumstances communications conduct consider consideration course danger deal debate desire despatch discussion doubt Earl effect England Envoy expressed fact feeling force foreign Friend friendly Frontier further give given going Henry Herat hope House important India intention interests John letter Lord Lord Lytton Majesty's Government matter means measures Member ment military mind Minister Mission Motion necessary never noble noble Lord Northbrook object officers opinion opposite Parliament passed position possible present proposed question reason received reference regard relations Report result Russia Secretary sent Shere Sir Lewis Pelly speech statement taken thing thought tion Treaty troops Viceroy Viscount whole wish
927 페이지 - Except for preventing or repelling actual invasion of her majesty's Indian possessions, or under other sudden and urgent necessity, the revenues of India shall not, without the consent of both houses of parliament, be applicable to defray the expenses of any military operation carried on beyond the external frontiers of such possessions by her majesty's forces charged upon such revenues.
343 페이지 - The expenditure of the revenues of India, both in India and elsewhere, shall be subject to the control of the Secretary of State in Council, and no grant or appropriation of any part of such revenues...
523 페이지 - States outworks of our Empire, and assuring them that the days of annexation are passed, make them practically feel that they have everything to gain and nothing to lose by endeavouring to deserve our favour and support.
833 페이지 - Should a foreign Power, such as Russia, ever seriously think of invading India from without, or, what is more probable, of stirring up the elements of disaffection or anarchy within it, our true policy, our strongest security, would then, we conceive, be found to lie in previous abstinence from entanglements at either Cabul, Candahar, or any similar outpost...
1059 페이지 - Wherever their kettle-drums were heard, the peasant threw his bag of rice on his shoulder, hid his small savings in his girdle, and fled with his wife and children to the mountains or the jungles, to the milder neighbourhood of the hyaena and the tiger. Many provinces redeemed their harvests by the payment of an annual ransom. Even the wretched phantom who still bore the imperial title stooped to pay this ignominious black-mail.
63 페이지 - Government, who would endeavour by negotiation and by every means in their power to settle the matter and avert hostilities.
49 페이지 - I cannot help thinking that in discussions of this kind a great deal of misapprehension arises from the popular use of maps on a small scale. As with such maps yon are able to put a thumb on India and a finger on Russia, some persons at once think that the political situation is alarming, and that India must be looked to.