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" aware that it is not the practice of the British Government " to interfere with the affairs of other independent states. "
Life of the Amir Dost Mohammed Khan of Kabul: With His Political Proceedings ... - Page 251
by Mohana Lāla (Munshi) - 1846 - 16 pages
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Outline of the Operations of the British Troops in Scinde and Afghanistan ...

George Buist - Afghan Wars - 1843 - 314 pages
...I have learned with deep regret that dissensions exist between yourself and Maharajah Runjeet Sing. My friend, you are aware that it is not the practice...independent states; and indeed it does not immediately occur tome how the interference of my Govern, ment could be exercised for your benefit. I shall be happy,...
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The Calcutta Review, Volume 7

India - 1847
...to the Dost's dissensions with Runjit Singh, " my friend you are ' aware that it is not the practise of the British Government to ' interfere with the affairs of other independent states." If the Amir was ever aware of this, he soon learnt to his cost, that immutability is not an attribute...
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History of the War in Afghanistan, Volume 1

Sir John William Kaye - Afghan Wars - 1851 - 690 pages
...Mahomed's unhappy relations with the Sikhs, and his eagerness to obtain assistance from any quarter : " My friend, you are aware that it is not the practice...interfere with the affairs of other independent states." With what feelings, three years afterwards, when a British army was marching upon his capital, the...
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History of the war in Afghanistan

John William Kaye (sir.) - 1851
...Mahomed's unhappy relations with the Sikhs, and his eagerness to obtain assistance from any quarter : " My friend, you are aware that it is not the practice...interfere with the affairs of other 'independent states." With what feelings, three years afterwards, when a British army was marching upon his capital, the...
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Chambers's Edinburgh Journal, Volumes 17-18

William Chambers, Robert Chambers - London (England) - 1852
...this was scornfully refused. The governor-general, with exquisite irony, replied to his overture : ' My friend, you are aware that it is not the practice...interfere with the affairs of other independent states 1 ' and a British envoy to Cabool, while refusing everything that was important for him to ask, kindly...
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The North British review

1852
...mission for the discussion of " commercial topics." As to the Afghans, his Lordship declared that it was not the practice of the British Government to interfere with the affairs of other independent states. Well may Mr. Kaye give vent to astonishment and regret that these repeated avowals of a policy of neutrality...
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A Comprehensive History of India, Civil, Military and Social: From ..., Volume 3

Henry Beveridge - India - 1862
...to his overtures, replied nearly in the very terms used by Lord William Bentinck to Shah Shujah. " My friend, you are aware that it is not the practice...interfere with the affairs of other independent states." Turning aside therefore from politics, after simply expressing a wish that the Afghans "should be a...
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The History of India, from the Earliest Period to the Close of ..., Volume 3

John Clark Marshman - India - 1867
...the Ameer's court to discuss questions of commerce, but in reference to the Sikh quarrel remarked, " My friend, you are aware that it is not the practice...interfere with the affairs of other independent states." The truthfulness of this declaration was singularly exemplified two years later by the expedition which...
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History of India, abridged from the author's larger work

John Clark Marshman - India - 1876
...to Cabul shortly " to discuss questions of commerce ;" but, with regard to the Sikh quarrel, said, "My friend, you are " aware that it is not the practice...interfere with the affairs of other independent states." Despairing of any assistance from the British Government AD the Dost, at the beginning of 1837, applied...
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History of Afghanistan, to the outbreak of the war of 1878

George Bruce Malleson - 1878
...Sikhs, that nobleman replied by reciprocating the compliments, by curtly informing the Amir that it was not the practice of the British Government to interfere...with the affairs of other independent states, and by notifying his intention shortly to depute some gentlemen to the Amir's court to discuss commercial...
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