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" Under the Sanction of a Soubah every encroachment that may be attempted by Foreign Powers can effectually be crushed without any apparent Interposition of our own Authority ; and all real Grievances complained of by them, can, through the same channel,... "
The History of British India - Page 432
by James Mill - 1848
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The Calcutta Review, Volume 40

India - 1864
...from ' other nations. ' Under the sanction of a Soobah, every encroachment that may be at' tempted by foreign powers can effectually be crushed, without...interposition of our own authority, and all real grievances cumplaineduf by ' them can, through the same channel, be examined into and redressed. Be ' it therefore...
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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
...this shadow, it is indispensably necessary that we should venerate. Under the sanction of a Soubah, every encroachment that may be attempted by foreign...Be it, therefore, always remembered that there is a Soubah ; and that though the revenues belong to the Company, THE SOUBAHDARRY MASK. 79 the territorial...
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The Calcutta Review, Volume 40

India - 1864
...from ' other nations. ' Under the sanction of a Soobah, every encroachment that may be at' tempted by foreign powers can effectually be crushed, without...Be ' it therefore always remembered that there is a Soobah ; that we have al' lotted him a stipend which must be regularly paid in support of his dignity,...
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The Bengal Reversion: Another "exceptional Case."

Evans Bell - Bengal (India) - 1872 - 83 pages
...this shadow, it is indispensably necessary we should seem to venerate. Under the sanction of a Soubah, every encroachment that may be attempted by foreign...Be it therefore always remembered that there is a Soubah ; and that though the revenues belong to the Company, the territorial jurisdictions must still...
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Early Records of British India: A History of the English Settlements in ...

James Talboys Wheeler - British - 1878 - 391 pages
...encroachment NWI< to i that may be attempted by foreign powers can effectually be tU* bni!a crushed, without any apparent interposition of our...therefore, always remembered that there is a Subah ; that we have allotted him a stipend which must be regularly paid in support of his dignity ; and...
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Early Records of British India: A History of the English Settlements in ...

British - 1878 - 391 pages
...powers can effectually be Mtu^'forelgn crushed, without any apparent interposition of our own na""' authority, and all real grievances complained of by...therefore, always remembered that there is a Subah ; that we have allotted him a stipend which must be regularly paid in support of his dignity ; and...
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The Founders of the Indian Empire: Clive, Warren Hastings, and ..., Volume 1

George Bruce Malleson - India - 1882 - 516 pages
...sanction of a subah* every encroachment that may be attempted by foreign powers can be effectually crushed, without any apparent interposition of our...the same channel, be examined into and redressed." He would have the revenue still collected by the servants of the Nviwab-Nazim, because " to appoint...
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The life of ... sir Henry Marion Durand, Volume 2

sir Henry Mortimer Durand - 1883
...his resentment upon the least want of respect from other nations. " Under the sanction of a Soobah, every encroachment that may be attempted by foreign...Be it therefore always remembered that there is a Soobah; that we have allotted him a stipend •which must be regularlv paid in support of his dignity,...
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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
...his resentment upon the least want of respect from other nations. " Under the sanction of a Soobah, every encroachment that may be attempted by foreign...complained of by them can, through the same channel, bo examined into and redressed. Be it therefore always remembered that there is a Soobah; that we have...
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