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" A trade was carried on without payment of duties, in the prosecution of which infinite oppressions were committed. English agents or gomastahs, not contented with injuring the people, trampled on the authority of government, binding and punishing the... "
The History of British India - Page 325
by James Mill - 1848
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A View of the Rise, Progress, and Present State of the English Government in ...

Harry Verelst - Bangladesh - 1772 - 253 pages
...duties, in the profecution of which infinite oppreflions were committed. Englifh agents or Gomaftahs, not contented with injuring the people, trampled on the authority of government, binding and punifhing the na• Amounting to eighty thoufand men. f A packet from this gentleman to the Shaw Zadah,...
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A Statistical Account of Bengal, Volume 9

Sir William Wilson Hunter - Bengal (India) - 1876
...Company's service by loans of money, and under this sanction harassed and oppressed the natives. ... A trade was carried on without payment of duties,...the prosecution of which infinite oppressions were comrnitted. English agents or gumdshtds, not content with injuring the people, trampled on the authority...
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Considerations on India Affairs

William Bolts - History - 1998 - 376 pages
...duties, in the profexution of which infinite oppreflions were committed, tnghfli agents or Gomaftjhs, not contented with injuring the people,, trampled on the authority of government, binding and punifliing the na- " Amounting to eighty llioufand men. t A packet fromthij gentleman to the Shaw...
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