History of Meywar

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C.B. Lewis, Baptist Mission Press, 1859 - 122페이지
 

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101 페이지 - Mahrattas ; and each chief being master of his own house and followers, they are individually too weak to cause us any alarm. No feudal government can be dangerous as a neighbour : for defence, it has in all countries been found defective , and for aggression, totally inefficient. Let there exist between us the most perfect understanding and identity of interests ; the foundationstep to which is to lessen or remit the galling, and to us contemptible tribute, now exacted, enfranchise them from our...
109 페이지 - Sing and his heirs and successors will act in subordinate co-operation with the British Government and acknowledge its supremacy, and will not have any connection with any other Chiefs or States. ARTICLE 4. The Maharajah and his heirs and successors will not enter into negotiation with any Chief or State without the knowledge and sanction of the British Government ; but the usual amicable correspondence with friends and relations shall continue.
110 페이지 - ... restitution of those places : the British Government from a want of accurate information is not able to enter into any positive engagement on this subject ; but will always keep in view the renovation of the prosperity of the state of...
121 페이지 - Durbar by the governments of Jeypore and Jodhpore. 4. The Durbar has agreed, at the request of the Chiefs, that, whenever any dispute may arise among them concerning boundary or other matters, a punchayet will assemble at the scene of dispute, consisting of four persons on the part of the Chiefs and one to be nominated by the Durbar. It will be their duty to enquire into and settle the dispute with justice and equity, and their decision to be binding on both parties. 5. This agreement has...
101 페이지 - No national head exists amongst them, as amongst the Mahrattas, and each chief being master of his own house and followers, they are individually too weak to cause us any alarm. " No feudal Government can be dangerous as a neighbour; for defence it has in all countries been found defective; and for aggression, totally inefficient. Let there exist between us the most perfect understanding, and identity of interests ; the...
109 페이지 - TREATY between the HONOURABLE the ENGLISH EAST INDIA COMPANY and MAHARANA BHEEM SING, Rana of Oudeypore, concluded by MR. CHARLES THEOPHILUS METCALFE, on the part of the HONOURABLE COMPANY, in virtue of full powers granted by HIS EXCELLENCY the MOST NOBLE the MARQUIS OF HASTINGS, KG, GOVERNOR-GENERAL...
102 페이지 - ... anxiety was manifested in the metropolis of Britain, was conquered by a Rajpoot prince,* whose descendant is now an ally of the British Government. But Englishmen in the east, as elsewhere, undervalue everything not national. They have been accustomed to conquest, not reverses : though it is only by studying the character of those around them, that the latter can be avoided and this superiority maintained. Superficial observers imagine, that from lengthened predatory spoliation the energy of...
119 페이지 - ... pie in the Rupee, be made, which is to be termed chuttoond ; that from this fund a body of troops shall be raised for the service of the State. The Chiefs are not to suppose that the amount to be paid by them is taken in lieu of the tribute payable to Government, as no portion of it will be appropriated to any other purpose than the maintenance of a body of troops. The payment of the chuttoond will not bear hard upon the Chiefs, considering the performance of twelve months...
115 페이지 - Beoparees, &c., &c., travelling through Meywar will give notice to and place themselves under the protection of the proprietor or local authorities of the village where they halt, who will be held responsible for their property ; this will not extend to such persons as may encamp at a distance from the village without giving notice. 4th. — The Sirdars, &c., will take from their ryots half the produce as is done in the Khalsa ; if this be objected to the ryots will pay one-third and Burrar as usual.
109 페이지 - There shall be perpetual friendship, alliance, and unity of interests between the two States from generation to generation, and the friends and enemies of one shall be the friends and enemies of both.

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