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" The injury is exaggerated in the case of India, where so much of the revenue is exported without a direct equivalent. As India must be bled, the lancet should be directed to the parts where the blood is congested, or at least sufficient, not to those... "
India in the Victorian Age: An Economic History of the People - xii 페이지
저자: Romesh Chunder Dutt - 1904 - 628 페이지
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India for the Indians--and for England

William Digby - 1885 - 261 페이지
...1885. He. \ INDIAN ADMINISTRATION. THE MARQUIS OF SALISBURY, Sometime Secretary of State for India. -' As India MUST be bled,' ' The lancet should be directed...sufficient, not to those which are already feeble for the want of it.' ' Much of the revenue [of India] is exported without a direct equivalent.' ' So...
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The Parliamentary Debates

Great Britain. Parliament - 1894
...in the case of India, where so much of the revenue was exported without a direct equivalent — that as India must be bled, the lancet should be directed to the parts where the blood was congested or at least sufficient, not to the rural districts which were already feeble from the...
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Inaugural Addresses by Presidents of the Indian National Congress: With Mr ...

Indian National Congress - 1895 - 239 페이지
...little better able shoulders will have to bear them, or, as Lord Salisbury once coolly put it, that as India must be bled, the lancet should be directed to the parts where there was at least sufficient blood, not to those which are already feeble from the want of it. Another...
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Pamphlets: India

1898
...in the case of India, where so much of the revenue was exported without a direct equivalent— that as India must be bled, the lancet should be directed to the parts where the blood was congested or at least sufficient, not to the rural districts which were already feeble from the...
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Famines and Land Assessments in India

Romesh Chunder Dutt - 1900 - 323 페이지
...luxury. The injury is exaggerated in the case of India, where so much of the revenue is exported withQut a direct equivalent. As India must be bled, the lancet...those which are already feeble from the want of it. I agree, therefore, with Sir Louis Mallet in desiring that our present nondescript land dues should...
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'Prosperous' British India

William Digby - 1901 - 661 페이지
...put the matter beyond peradventure in two striking phrases : — ' . . . India, where so much of the revenue is exported without a direct equivalent.'...sufficient, not to those which are already feeble for the want of it.' There were others in the India Office at that time who shared these views and...
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Speeches and Papers on Indian Questions, 1901 and 1902

Romesh Chunder Dutt - 1902 - 203 페이지
...capital is scarce The injury is exaggerated in the case of India, where so much of the revenue is exorted without a direct equivalent. As India must be bled, the lancet should be directed to the part where the blood is congested, or at least sufficient, not to those which are already feeble from...
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Speeches and Papers on Indian Questions, 1891 and 1902

Romesh Chunder Dutt - 1902 - 203 페이지
...scarce. .....The injury is exaggerated in the case of India, where so much of the revenue is exorted without a direct equivalent. As India must be bled, the lancet should be directed to the part where the blood is congested, or at least sufficient, not to those which are already feeble from...
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The Parliamentary Debates

Great Britain. Parliament - 1895
...case of India, where BO much of the Revenue is exported without a direct equivalent. As India must he bled, the lancet should be directed to the parts where...is congested, or at least sufficient, not to those already feeble for the want of it." That was correct as far as the present British System in India...
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The Real India

John David Rees - 1908 - 352 페이지
...revenue from rural districts, where capital is scarce, sparing the towns, where it is often redundant. As India must be bled, the lancet should be directed to the parts where the blood is congested or sufficient, not to those which are already feeble from want of it." Of these humane, sensible, and...
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