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" Bengal, that there is little of hereditary descent in succession to the sovereignty. There is a throne allotted for the king; there is, in like manner, a seat or station assigned for each of the amirs, wazirs and mansabd'ars. "
The Life and Actions of Alexander the Great - Page 342
by John Williams - 1830
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The Modern Traveller: A Popular Description, Geographical ..., Volume 1

Josiah Conder - Africa - 1828
...there is, in like manner, a seat or station assigned for each of the amirs, vazirs, and mansabdars. It is that throne and these stations alone, which...engage the reverence of the people of Bengal. A set of deĽ Pwebi, in Hlndostanee, answers to Sharki or Sherki, In Arabic or Persian, anil appears to be...
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The Olio, Or, Museum of Entertainment, Volume 3

History - 1829
...throne allotted for the king ; there is in like manner a seat or station assigned for each of the amirs, vazirs, and sobdars. It is that throne and these stations...dismiss or appoint any person, whosoever is placed on the seat of the one dismissed is immediately attended and obeyed by the whole establishment of dependants,...
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The Conquerors, Warriors, and Statesmen of India: An Historical Narrative of ...

Sir Edward Robert Sullivan - India - 1866 - 432 pages
...; there is in like manner a seat, or station, assigned for each of the emirs, viziers, and soubahs. It is that throne and these stations alone which engage...dismissed is immediately attended and obeyed by the BOOK whole establishment of dependants, servants and retainers ._ *; _. annexed to the seat which he...
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The History of India: As Told by Its Own Historians. The ..., Volume 4

Sir Henry Miers Elliot - India - 1872
...there is, in like manner, a seat or station assigned for each of the amirs, wazirs, and mansabddrs. It is that throne and these stations alone which engage the reverence of the people of Bengal. A set of dependents, servants, and attendants are annexed to each of these situations. When the king wishes...
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Killing the god

Sir James George Frazer - Mythology - 1900
...there is, in like manner, a seat or station assigned for each of the amirs, wazirs, and mansabdars. It is that throne and these stations alone which engage the reverence of the people of Bengal. A set of dependents, servants, and attendants are annexed to each of these situations. When the king wishes...
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