The Asiatic Annual Register, Or, A View of the History of Hindustan, and of the Politics, Commerce and Literature of Asia, Band 1
Includes: A history of British India, monthly chronicles of Asian events, accounts, travel literature, general essays, reviews of books on Asis, political analyses, poetry, and letters from readers.
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Seite 303 - ... regulations and ordinances, or for assuming the management and collection of the revenues of the said territories, as he shall judge most expedient for the purpose of securing the efficiency of the said military funds and of providing for the effectual protection of the country and the welfare of the people.
Seite 69 - It has been understood, by the blessing of the Almighty, at the conclusion of the peace, the treaties and engagements entered into among the four Sircars were so firmly established and confirmed as ever to remain fixed and durable ; and be an example to the rulers of the age ; nor are they nor will they ever be liable to interruption. I cannot imagine that means more effectual than these can be adopted, for giving stability to the foundations of friendship and harmony, promoting the security of states,...
Seite 314 - Highness's troops, actually employed in the field with the army before Seringapatam at the time of taking that place. " The British subsidiary force, serving with the contingent of his Highness the Nizam, will, of course, be included in the Company's army ; and receive its proportion of prize-money according to the distribution made to the rest of the British forces. As it is probable that Meer...
Seite 233 - Many are the words that proceed from their lips, but their words are nought but lies.' Please God, they shall become food for the unrelenting sword of the pious warriors — ' Evil designs return upon the heads of the inventors.' We are labourers in the way of the Lord, and obedient to the command of God. We have no support, but the aid of the King of the world, who is great and powerful, and the true Apostle, the head of the true religion, the destroyer of former abominations.
Seite 67 - Major Doveton, who is well known to you, and who will explain to you more fully and particularly the sole means which appear to myself, and to the allies of the Company, to be effectual for the salutary purpose of removing all existing distrust and suspicion, and of establishing peace and good understanding on the most durable foundations.
Seite 61 - February ; and it is with the greateft falisfacliou that I remark to your honourable court, the beneficial effects which the company have already derived from the recent improvement of our alliance with the court of Hydrabad.
Seite 286 - English East India Company, Behauder, in the Carnatic and on the coast of Malabar, the honourable Colonel Arthur Wellesley, the honourable Henry Wellesley...
Seite 253 - You have already been informed of my arrival on the borders of the Red Sea, with an innumerable and invincible army, full of the desire of delivering you from the iron yoke of England.
Seite 98 - Fort St. George, 15th May, 1799. ' The Right Honorable the Governor General in Council, Having this day received from the Commander in Chief of the allied army in the field, the official details of the glorious and decisive victory obtained at Seringapatam on the 4th of May, offers his cordial thanks and sincere congratulations to the Commander in Chief, and to all the officers and men composing the gallant army, which achieved the conquest of the capital of Mysore on that memorable day.