Observations on the Law and Constitution: And Present Government of India, on the Nature of Landed Tenures and Financial Resources, as Recognized by the Moohummudan Law and Moghul Government, and with an Inquiry Into the Administration of Justice, Revenue, and Police, at Present Existing in Bengal
Parbury, Allen & Company, 1832 - 512페이지
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