The Life of Abdur Rahman, Amir of Afghanistan ...

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Page 36 - THE WORKS OF LORD BYRON. A NEW TEXT, COLLATED WITH THE ORIGINAL MSS. AND REVISED PROOFS WHICH ARE STILL IN EXISTENCE, WITH MANY HITHERTO UNPUBLISHED ADDITIONS.
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Page 197 - English; and if any such foreign power should attempt to interfere in Afghanistan, and if such interference should lead to unprovoked aggression on the...
Page 194 - Khan. With these reservations the British Government are willing that you should establish over Afghanistan — including Herat, the possession of which cannot be guaranteed to you, though Government are not disposed to hinder measures which you may take to obtain possession of it — as complete and extensive authority as has been hitherto exercised by any Amir of your family.
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Page 194 - Firstly, with regard to the position of the ruler of Kabul in relation to foreign powers. Since the British Government admit no right of interference by foreign powers in Afghanistan...
Page 197 - Kabul, in accordance with the; invitation of the British Government. Therefore, in consideration of the friendly sentiments by which your Highness is animated, and of the advantage to be derived by the Sirdars and people from the establishment of a settled government under your Highness's authority, the British Government recognises your Highness as Amir of Kabul.
Page 197 - Government has no desire to interfere in the internal government of the territories in the possession of your Highness, and has no wish that an English Resident should be stationed anywhere within those territories. For the convenience of ordinary...
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