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" Soubah ; that we have allotted him a stipend which must bje regularly paid in support of his dignity; and that though the revenues belong to the Company the territorial jurisdiction must still rest in the Chiefs of the country acting under him and this... "
The History of British India - Page 432
by James Mill - 1848
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The Calcutta Review, Volume 40

India - 1864
...though the revenues belong to the Company, the territorial juri*' diction must still rest in the chiefn of the country acting under him and ' this Presidency...offices of Collectors, or indeed to do any act by an exertion of the English ' power which can equally be done by the Nabob at our instance, would be...
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The Administration of the East India Company: A History of Indian ..., Volume 1

Sir John William Kaye - Great Britain - 1853 - 716 pages
...territorial jurisdiction must still rest in the chiefs of the country, acting under him, and thus presiding in conjunction. To appoint the Company's servants...the offices of collectors, or, indeed, to do any act hy any exertion of the English power, which can equally be done by the nabob at our instance, would...
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The Administration of the East India Company: A History of Indian Progress

Sir John William Kaye - Great Britain - 1853 - 712 pages
...that there is a Soubah ; and that though the revenues belong to the Company, THE SOUBAHDARRY MASK. the territorial jurisdiction must still rest in the chiefs of the country, acting under him, and thus presiding in conjunction. To appoint the Company's servants to the offices of collectors, or,...
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The Calcutta Review, Volume 40

India - 1864
...of his dignity, ' and that though the revenues belong to the Company, the territorial juris' diction must still rest in the chiefs of the country acting...offices of Collectors, or indeed to do any act by an exertion of the English ' power which can equally be done by the Nabob at our instance, would be...
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The Bengal Reversion: Another "exceptional Case."

Evans Bell - Bengal (India) - 1872 - 83 pages
...there is a Soubah ; and that though the revenues belong to the Company, the territorial jurisdictions must still rest in the Chiefs of the country, acting under him and this Presidency in conjunction." However clear it may now seem to us that this was an impracticable and inconsistent policy, it was...
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Early Records of British India: A History of the English Settlements in ...

James Talboys Wheeler - British - 1878 - 391 pages
...Subah ; that we have allotted him a stipend which must be regularly paid in support of his dignity ; and that, though the revenues belong to the Company,...offices of Collectors, or, indeed, to do any act by an exertion of the English power which can equally be done by the Nawab at our instance, would be throwing...
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The life of ... sir Henry Marion Durand, Volume 2

sir Henry Mortimer Durand - 1883
...Soobah; that we have allotted him a stipend •which must be regularlv paid in support of his dignity, and that though the revenues belong to the Company,...offices of Collectors, or indeed to do any act by an exertion of the English power which can equally be done by the Nabob at our instance, would be throwing...
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The Life of Major-General Sir Henry Marion Durand, K.C.S.I., C.B ..., Volume 2

Sir Henry Mortimer Durand - British - 1883
...Soobah; that we have allotted him a stipend which must be regularly paid in support of his dignity, and that though the revenues belong to the Company,...offices of Collectors, or indeed to do any act by an exertion of the English power which can equally be done by the Nabob at our instance, would be throwing...
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Twelve Indian Statesmen

George Smith - Great Britain - 1897 - 324 pages
...Soobah ; that we have allotted him a stipend which must be regularly paid in support of his dignity, and that, though the revenues belong to the Company,...offices of Collectors, or indeed to do any act by an exertion of the English power HIS INFLUENCE ON HISTORY 297 which can equally be done by the Nabob...
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Early Records of British India: A History of the English Settlements in ...

J. Talboys Wheeler - India - 1996 - 426 pages
...Subah ; that we have allotted him a stipend which must be regularlypaid in support of his dignity ; and that, though the revenues belong to the Company,...offices of Collectors, or, indeed, to do any act by an exertion of the English power which can equally be done by the Nawab at our instance, would be throwing...
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