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" Government served as breakwaters to the storm which would otherwise have swept over us in one great wave. "
The Mysore Reversion: "an Exceptional Case" - 195 페이지
저자: Evans Bell - 1865 - 225 페이지
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Empire in Asia, how We Came by it: A Book of Confessions

William Torrens McCullagh Torrens - 1872 - 426 페이지
...thanked many of them for their effectual help; and, alluding to the smaller States, he admitted that " these patches of Native Government served as breakwaters...would otherwise have swept over us in one great wave." 3 At such words each menaced and mistrustful ruler might well have said, like the captive king in the...
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Last counsels of an unknown counsellor, ed. by E. Bell

John Dickinson - 1877
...utilising the Native States. He had seen, in his own words, ' a few patches of Native Government prove breakwaters to the storm which would otherwise have swept over us in one great wave'; and he dreaded to think what would be the consequences if the Native Chiefs were not heartily on our side,...
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The Statesman: a monthly review of home & foreign politics, ed. by R. Knight

Robert Knight - 1880
...Government had derived from the allied and protected States during the rebellion — when, as he said, " these patches of Native Government served as breakwaters...would otherwise have swept over us in one great wave," but he implicitly confessed that the destructive process freely employed by Lord Dalhousie, was historically...
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The Native States of India: An Attempt to Elucidate a Few of the Principles ...

C. U. A - 1881 - 51 페이지
...aside the well-known services rendered by Sindia, and subsequently by the Maharajas of Rewah, Chirkari, and others over the wide tract of Central India, where...authority unimpaired. In the time of which I speak, those patches of Native Government served as break-waters to the storm which would otherwise have swept...
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India

Sir John Strachey - 1888 - 399 페이지
...strength. In the words of Lord Canning, ' these patches of Native Government served as a breakwater to the storm which would otherwise have swept over us in one great wave.' With hardly an exception they remained faithful under circumstances of the severest trial and difficulty....
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India, Pictorial and Descriptive

William Henry Davenport Adams - 1888 - 271 페이지
...strength. In the words of Lord Canning, ' these patches of Native Government served as a breakwater to the storm which would otherwise have swept over us in one great wave.' With hardly an exception they remained faithful under circumstances of the severest trial and difficulty....
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Lord Lawrence and the Reconstruction of India Under the Crown

Sir Charles Umpherston Aitchison - 1892 - 219 페이지
...source of strength was falsified. Speaking in the fulness of his gratitude, Lord Canning described them as ' breakwaters to the storm, which would otherwise have swept over us in one great wave.' ' The safety of our rule is increased,' he wrote, ' not diminished, by the maintenance of Native Chiefs...
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Lord Lawrence

Sir Charles Umpherston Aitchison - 1892 - 216 페이지
...source of strength was falsified. Speaking in the fulness of his gratitude, Lord Canning described them as ' breakwaters to the storm, which would otherwise have swept over us in one great wave.' ' The safety of our rule is increased,' he wrote, ' not diminished, by the maintenance of Native Chiefs...
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Our Indian Protectorate: An Introduction to the Study of the Relations ...

Sir Charles Lewis Tupper - 1893 - 426 페이지
...prince ; and that on the borders of the Punjab and of the districts above Delhi, the Chief of Patiala and his kinsmen still retained their hereditary authority unimpaired. ' In the time of which I speajs these patches of native government served as breakwaters to the storm which would otherwise...
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The Imperial and Asiatic Quarterly Review and Oriental and Colonial Record

1907
...England. In the words of Lord Canning, " those patches of native government served as a breakwater to the storm, which would otherwise have swept over us in one great wave." Statesmen who look ahead cannot afford to neglect the powerful native Chiefs of India. They cannot...
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