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" The fundamental difficulty of bringing relief to the Deccan Peasantry is that the Government Assessment does not leave enough food to the cultivator to support himself and his family throughout the year. "
The Economic History of India in the Victorian Age: From the Accession of ... - 488 페이지
저자: Romesh Chunder Dutt - 1908 - 628 페이지
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Famines and Land Assessments in India

Romesh Chunder Dutt - 1900 - 323 페이지
...William Hunter, speaking in the Viceregal Council in 1879 about the Bombay Settlements, said that " the fundamental difficulty of bringing relief to the...support himself and his family throughout the year." This fundamental difficulty has not been removed since, and the assessment commenced after 1896 is...
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Speeches and Papers on Indian Questions, 1901 and 1902

Romesh Chunder Dutt - 1902 - 203 페이지
...the late Sir William Hunter said in 1879 from his place in the Viceroy's Council is true to this day that "the Government assessment does not leave enough...support himself and his family throughout the year." In the present year of distress and famine in Western India, ' Lord Curzon has declared that "the weakness...
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Speeches and Papers on Indian Questions, 1891 and 1902

Romesh Chunder Dutt - 1902 - 203 페이지
...late Sir William Hunter said in 1879 from his place in the Viceroy's Council is' true' to . this day that "the Government assessment does not leave enough...support himself and his family throughout the year." In the present year of distress and famine in Westerti India, Lord Curzon has declared that "the weakness...
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The Failure of Lord Curzon: A Study in "imperialism"

Charles James O'Donnell - 1903 - 106 페이지
...Hunter, the distinguished Indian historian, when a member of the Viceroy's Council in 1879, declared that "the Government assessment does not leave enough...support himself and his family throughout the year." The need of this taxation began eighteen years ago, in 1885, by an increase in the strength of the army...
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India in the Victorian Age: An Economic History of the People

Romesh Chunder Dutt - 1904 - 628 페이지
...their creditors, but gave no hint of limiting the Land Revenue. The Land Revenue Act of 1879 contained no adequate provisions to limit the State-demand....cent., or that of an individual Holding by more than t00 per cent. Such a rule was calculated to do more harm than good. The Revision Settlement, commenced...
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The Real India

John David Rees - 1908 - 352 페이지
...called " Rack Taxing in Rural India," in which he gave a sensational quotation from Hunter to the effect that the " Government assessment does not leave enough...support himself and his family throughout the year." If Hunter had said this it would not have much mattered, for probably there has never been an Indian...
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The Causes of Present Discontent in India

Charles James O'Donnell - 1908 - 119 페이지
...pushed to the front by every real friend of good government CHAPTER X RACK-TAXING IN RURAL INDIA • The Government assessment does not leave enough food...support himself and his family throughout the year." — SIR WILLIAM HUNTER, KCSI, the Historian of India, in the Viceroy's Council, 1883.^ ''There is no...
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The Twentieth Century Magazine, 2권

Benjamin Orange Flower - 1910
...bleeding of Indian people? If not, where is the remedy? In resisting it. Says Sir William Hunter : "The government assessment does not leave enough food...support himself and his family throughout the year." ."There is no more pathetic figure in the British Empire than the Indian peasant," writes Mr. Herbert...
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The Twentieth Century Magazine, 2권

Benjamin Orange Flower, Charles Zueblin - 1910
...26,000,000 " Twentieth Century Magazine historian of India, formerly of the Viceroy's Council, says : "The government assessment does not leave enough food...support himself and his family throughout the year." Mr. Herbert Compton, in Indian Life, has this to say : "There is no more pathetic figure in the British...
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The Lordship of the World: The British Empire, the United States and Germany

Charles James O'Donnell - 1924 - 171 페이지
...warning. England has suffered and will suffer from her disregard of Mr. O'Donnell's counsels.1 1 " The Government assessment does not leave enough food...support himself and his family throughout the year." — SIR WILLIAM HUNTER, KCSI, the Historian of India, in the Viceroy's Council, 1883. " There is no...
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