Report on the Interior Administration, Resources, and Expenditure of the Government of Mysoor,: Under the System Prescribed by the Orders of the Governor General in Council, Dated 4th September 1799

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order of the Governor General in council, 1805 - 161페이지
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7 페이지 - ... next to those measures of a general nature which directed the great arrangements of that period, be attributed to the energy, the talents, and cordial co-operation of the uncommon men who were selected for the execution of the civil* and military \ duties ; and to the fortunate choice of a dewanj, who, to a mind of singular vigor, added an extensive acquaintance with the resources of the country...
7 페이지 - Wilkes observes, in his clear and able Report on the affairs of Mysore,) next to those measures of a general nature which directed the great arrangements of that period, to be attributed to the energy, the talents, and cordial co-operation, of the uncommon men* who were selected for the execution of the civil and military duties ; and to the fortunate choice of a dewan f, who, to a mind of singular vigour, added an extensive acquaintance with the resources of the country...
159 페이지 - ... which number 1000 were added and called out during the war). ' 9. The Candachar peons constituted the ancient military force of the country ; and the necessity of providing against their becoming the instruments of commotion compelled the Dewan, in the first year of his government, to entertain so large a number as 20,000, which has been gradually reduced on better information and improved arrangement. ' 10. They receive a village pay of from two to three rupees per month, according to local...
12 페이지 - The general tenure of land has been described as "the hereditary right of cultivation or the right of a tenant and his heirs to occupy a certain ground so long as they continue to pay the customary rent of the district".
151 페이지 - Behauder, agrees to contribute towards the discharge of the increased expense incurred by the augmentation of the military force, and the unavoidable charges of war, such a sum as shall appear to the...
161 페이지 - In consequence of the regularity of the system of government established by the Dewan, and the improvements of the country, its resources were so much increased as to enable him to provide for all the calls made upon him, either for the equipment of the corps fitted out at Seringapatam, for the subsistence of the army on its march from the Carnatic to the frontier, for the supply of the magazines formed in Mysore, or for the large quantities of grain required for the cavalry, and by the brinjarries.
160 페이지 - 12. As every Candachar peon is a cultivator, the Dewan is anxious to limit their services to local duty ; which consists in being ready to obey the call of the officers of police, and take their tour of duty in the village fort to which they are attached.
161 페이지 - ... so much increased as to enable him to provide for all the calls made upon him, either for the equipment of the corps fitted out at Seringapatam, for the subsistence of the army, on its march from the Carnatic to the frontier; for the supply of the magazines formed in Mysore, and of the department of the army, or for the large quantities of grain required by the cavalry and by the brinjarries, &c. All these supplies, which amounted to about 60,000 bullock loads of grain, principally rice, 60,000...
7 페이지 - ... that period, be attributed to the energy, the talents, and cordial co-operation of the uncommon men who were selected for the execution of the civil* and military \ duties ; and to the fortunate choice of a dewanj, who, to a mind of singular vigor, added an extensive acquaintance with the resources of the country, and an intimate knowledge of characters ; and was thus capable of collecting and combining at once all that had been useful in the establishments of the late government. ***** ' The...
160 페이지 - ... and three rupees and a half, in addition, when called out from their respective villages within the limits of Mysore; with batta when sent on foreign service. '11. The present establishment is fixed on the principle of having, at least, one individual of every family of the ancient military class in the pay of the state ; and the family is permitted to relieve this individual according to its convenience. This arrangement appears well calculated to insure the allegiance of the whole ; and in...

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