British India Analyzed: The Provincial and Revenue Establishments of Tippoo Sultaun and of Mahomedan and British Conquerors in Hindostan, Stated and Considered, 3권
R. Faulder, 1795
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940 페이지 - For he shall grow up before him as a tender plant, And as a root out of a dry ground. He hath no form nor comeliness; And when we shall see him, there is no beauty that we should desire him.
940 페이지 - He is defpifed and rejected of men ; a Man of forrows, and acquainted with grief: and we hid as it were our faces from Him ; He was defpifed, and we efteemed Him not.
887 페이지 - In this description, namely the foregone description, I must even include almost every zemindar in the Company's territories, which, though it may have been partly occasioned by their own indolence and extravagance, I am afraid must also be in a great measure attributed to the defects of our former system of management, paragraph 20.
947 페이지 - Some men there are, the pests of society I think them, who pretend a great regard to religion in general, but who take every opportunity of declaiming publicly against that system of religion, or at least against that church-establishment, which is received in Britain.
766 페이지 - Hindostan must conclude our views to be boundless ; they have such instances of our ambition, that they cannot suppose us capable of moderation: the very nabobs whom we might support would be either covetous of our...
947 페이지 - I am persuaded that the great philosophers, divines, lawyers, and politicians who exert them, have not yet prepared and agreed upon the plans of a new religion, and of new constitutions in Church and State.
947 페이지 - ... in Britain, that they are inceflant in their endeavours to puzzle the plaineft thing in the world, and to refine and diftinguifh away the life and ftrength of our conftitution, in favour of the little, prefent, momentary turns, which they are retained to ferve. What now would be the confequence, if all thefe endeavours mould fucceed ? I am perfuaded...
871 페이지 - that all acquisitions made under the influence of a military force, or by treaty with foreign powers, do, of right belong to the state...
887 페이지 - I can assure you that it will be of the utmost importance for promoting the solid interests of the Company that the principal land-holders and traders in the interior parts of the country should be restored to such circumstances as to enable them to support their families with decency, and to give a liberal education to their children according to the customs of their respective castes and religions — that a regular gradation of ranks may be supported, which is nowhere more necessary than in this...