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" studied the lowland population,' says Mr. Hunter,1 ' as ' no conquerors ever studied or understood a subject ' race. Their history, their habits, their requirements, ' their very weaknesses and prejudices are known, and ' furnish a basis for those political... "
A Comparative Dictionary of the Languages of India and High Asia: With a ... - Page 3
by Sir William Wilson Hunter - 1868 - 218 pages
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The origin of civilisation and the primitive condition of man; mental and ...

1875 - 15 pages
...possessions afford us a good illustration. ' We have ' studied the lowland population,' says Mr. Hunter,1 ' as ' no conquerors ever studied or understood a subject...' India Company grudged neither honours nor solid re' wards to any meritorious effort to illustrate the peoples ' whom it ruled.' .... . . ' The practical...
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The Origin of Civilisation and the Primitive Condition of Man: Mental and ...

Sir John Lubbock - Civilization - 1875 - 528 pages
...possessions afford us a good illustration. ' We have ' studied the lowland population,' says Mr. Hunter,1 ' as ' no conquerors ever studied or understood a subject...' India Company grudged neither honours nor solid re' wards to any meritorious effort to illustrate the peoples ' whom it ruled.' .... . . ' The practical...
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The Origin of Civilisation and the Primitive Condition of Man: Mental and ...

Sir John Lubbock - Aboriginal Australians - 1882 - 548 pages
...subject race. Then' history, their habits, ' their requirements, their very weaknesses and preju' dices are known, and furnish a basis for those political...effort to ' illustrate the peoples whom it ruled.' ' The practical result now appears. English ad' ministrators understand the Aryan, and are almost '...
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Life of Brian Houghton Hodgson: British Resident at the Court of Nepal ...

Sir William Wilson Hunter - India - 1896 - 390 pages
...understand, the Aryan populations of India as no conquerors ever studied or understood a subject race. The East India Company grudged neither honours nor...rewards to any meritorious effort to illustrate the people whom it ruled. Those efforts led to a series of discoveries which rolled back the horizon of...
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Life of Brian Houghton Hodgson: British Resident at the Court of Nepal

William Wilson Hunter - Naturalists - 1991 - 390 pages
...understand, the Aryan populations of India as no conquerors ever studied or understood a subject race. The East India Company grudged neither honours nor...rewards to any meritorious effort to illustrate the people whom it ruled. Those efforts led to a series of discoveries which rolled back the horizon of...
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