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" ... crops precarious ; yet in all those parts of the country the Government has introduced its revenue system, which obliges the peasant proprietor to make payment of a fixed sum at fixed times, as Government revenue ; and the Government has imposed most... "
Indian government reform - Page 12
by John Slagg - 1885
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The Statesman: a monthly review of home & foreign politics, ed. by R. Knight

Robert Knight - 1880
...Government revenue ; and the Government has imposed most stringent conditions in regard to the realization of this revenue. It seems to me that but too little stress has been laid upon this cause, which must in a great degree contribute to, t/ not entirely onginale, the indebtedness of the Deccan ryots....
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The tea industry in India

Samuel Baildon - 1882
...make payment of a fixed sum at fixed times, as Government revenue ; and the Government has imposed most stringent conditions in regard to the realisation...seems to me that but too little stress has been laid on this cause, which must in a great degree contribute to, if not entirely originate, the indebtedness...
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