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" ... them to disperse, explaining to them that, in the event of their persisting in it, they will involve themselves in a crime, and become subject to punishment by the criminal courts. Should the parties assembled proceed, in defiance of these remonstrances,... "
Calcutta Magazine and Monthly Register - Page 108
1830
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The American Jurist and Law Magazine, Volume 4

Law - 1830
...to a punishment by the criminal courts. Should the parties assembled proceed, in defiance of these remonstrances, to carry the ceremony into effect,...the police officers being unable to apprehend them, they shall endeavor to ascertain their names and places of abode, and shall immediately communicate...
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Missionary Register, Volume 18

Religion - 1830
...subject to punisliment by the Criminal Courts. Should the parties assembled proceed, in defiance of these remonstrances, to carry the ceremony into effect,...place, and to apprehend the principal persons aiding or abetting in the performance of it ; and, in the event of the Police Officers being unable to apprehend...
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India's Cries to British Humanity: Relative to Infanticide, British ...

James Peggs - Ethics - 1832 - 500 pages
...to a punishment in the Criminal Courts. Should tjie parties assembled proceed in defiance of these remonstrances, to carry the ceremony into effect,...place, and to apprehend the principal persons aiding or abetting in the performance of it ; and in the event of the police officers being unable to apprehend...
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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
...subject to punishment by the criminal courts. Should the parties assembled proceed, in defiance of these remonstrances, to carry the ceremony into effect, it shall be the duty of the police-officers to use all lawful means in their power to prevent the sacrifice taking place, and to...
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The Administration of the East India Company: A History of Indian Progress

Sir John William Kaye - Great Britain - 1853 - 712 pages
...these remonstrances, to carry the ceremony into effect, it shall be the duty of the police-officers to use all lawful means in their power to prevent the sacrifice taking place, and to apprehend the principal persons aiding and abetting in the performance of it ;...
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Judicial, Revenue and Miscellaneous Code, Book 2

Madras - 1873
...assembled proceed, in defiance of these remonstrances, to carry the ceremony into effect, it sh«ll be the duty of the police officers to use all lawful...place, and to apprehend the principal persons aiding aid abetting in the performance of it; and in the event of being unable to apprehend them, they shall...
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The North-Western Provinces Code: Consisting of the Regulations and Local ...

North-Western Provinces, India - 1877 - 412 pages
...subject to punishment by the criminal Courts. Should the parties assembled proceed in defiance of these remonstrances to carry the ceremony into effect, it shall be the duty of the Police-officers to use all lawful means in their power to prevent the sacrifice from taking place,...
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The Last Days of the Company: A Source Book of Indian History ..., Volume 2

George Anderson, Manilal Bhagwandes Sudebar - 1921
...subject to punishment in the Criminal Courts. Should the parties assembled proceed, in defiance of these remonstrances, to carry the ceremony into effect it...lawful means in their power to prevent the sacrifice taking place, and to apprehend the principal persons aiding and abetting in the performance of it;...
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The History of Doing: An Illustrated Account of Movements for Women's Rights ...

Radha Kumar - Feminism - 1997 - 203 pages
...subject to punishment by the criminal courts. Should the parties assembled proceed in defiance of these remonstrances to carry the ceremony into effect, it shall be the duty of the police-officers to use all lawful means in their power to prevent the sacrifice from taking place,...
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Archives of Empire: Volume I. From The East India Company to the Suez Canal

Mia Carter, Barbara Harlow - History - 2003 - 802 pages
...subject to punishment by the criminal courts. Should the parties assembled proceed in defiance of these remonstrances to carry the ceremony into effect, it shall be the duty of the policeofficer to use all lawful means in their power to prevent the sacrifice from taking place, and...
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