Selections from Calcutta Gazettes: Showing the Political and Social Condition of the English in India

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Printed at the Military orphan Press by O. T. Cutter, 1868
 

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Seite 309 - ... this long letter. For that reason I entreat you again and again, neither to be persuaded, shamed, or frighted out of the principles that have hitherto led so many of you to abhor the war, its cause, and its consequences. Let us not be amongst the first who renounce the maxims of our forefathers. I have the honor to be, gentlemen, your most obedient, and faithful humble servant, EDMUND BURKE.
Seite 511 - Such conduct, on the part of Lieutenant-Colonel Munro, being destructive of subordination, subversive of military discipline, a violation of the sacred rights of the Commanderin-chief, and holding out a most dangerous example to the service...
Seite 151 - I beg of you, gentlemen, to accept my thanks for the very flattering manner in which you have been pleased to communicate the...
Seite 511 - General, to trial for disrespect to the Commander-in-Chief, for disobedience of Orders, and for contempt of Military Authority, in having resorted to the power of the Civil Government...
Seite 493 - Sir I am directed by the Honorable the Governor in Council to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the 19th April last, and to transmit to you...
Seite 134 - The Right Hon'ble the Governor General in Council has been pleased to appoint Mr.
Seite 387 - MIDNIGHT, and yet no eye Through all the Imperial City closed in sleep ! Behold her streets ablaze With light that seems to kindle the red sky, Her myriads swarming through the crowded ways ! Master and slave, old age and infancy. All, all, abroad to gaze...
Seite 364 - Nepaulese forces and the public officers of that Government retiring on the advance of the British, troops, the civil officers of the Honourable Company were enabled to establish .their authority in the disputed lands. The commencement of the rainy season shortly rendered it necessary to withdraw -the regular troops, in order that they might not be exposed to the periodical fevers which reign throughout the tract in that part of the year. The defence of the re-covered lands was of course unavoidably...
Seite 121 - The governor -general in council is pleased to direct, that the following...
Seite 362 - Commissioners, unable to resist the force of this evidence, and clearly restrained by the orders of their Court from admitting the right of the British Government, pretended that they were not authorized to come to a decision, and referred the case to the Rajah's Government for orders. The advanced period of the season when the Commissioners closed their proceedings rendered it impracticable to take any steps founded on them until the ensuing year.

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