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" Roy, a warm advocate for the abolition of sati and of all other superstitions and corruptions engrafted on the Hindu religion, which he considers originally to have been a pure Deism. "
The Annual biography and obituary - Page 305
1834
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A review of the labours, opinions, and character of Rajah Rammohun Roy: in a ...

Lant Carpenter - 1833 - 137 pages
...the grounds of it, was mentioned to him in conversation, " by 124 that enlightened native, Ram Mohun Roy, a warm advocate for the abolition of suttees,...he considers originally to have been a pure deism ".* " When the resolution, however, was taken, (says the Journal,) and a remonstrance was got up by...
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The Selected Journal of Foreign Periodical Literature, Volume 1; Volume 3

Andrews Norton, Charles Folsom - 1834
...was long averse to the authoritative abolition of suttees. In the Minute of Lord William Bentinck,1 proposing the regulation for that purpose, after referring...other superstitions and corruptions engrafted on the Hindu religion, which he considers originally to have been a pure deism. It was his opinion that the...
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Anglo-India, social, moral and political; a collection of papers from the ...

Asiatic journal - 1838
...abolition of suttees. In the Minute of Lord • Seethe Memorial, Mat: Journ, vol. xvi. p. l58. yOL. III. M William Bentinck,* proposing the regulation for that...to me in conversation by that enlightened native, Ram Mohun Roy, a warm advocate for the abolition of suttees, and of all other superstitions and corruptions...
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Anglo-India, Social, Moral, and Political: Tales and fictions. Biography

Anglo-Indian literature - 1838
...abolition of suttees. In the Minute of Lord * See-the Memorial, Aeiat. Journ. vol. xvi. p. 158. VOL. III. M William Bentinck,* proposing the regulation for that...to me in conversation by that enlightened native, Ram Mohun Roy, a warm advocate for the abolition of suttees, and of all other superstitions and corruptions...
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The Hindoos as They are: A Description of the Manners, Customs, and Inner ...

Ṣivachandra Vasu - Hindus - 1881 - 305 pages
...outrageous violation of the engagement of the Supreme Government. Accordingly his Lordship observed : " I must acknowledge that a similar opinion, as to the...intentions, was mentioned to me in conversation by that enlightend Native, Rammohun Roy, a warm advocate for the abolition of Suttees, and of all other superstitions...
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The Hindoos as They are: A Description of the Manners, Customs, and Inner ...

Ṣivachandra Vasu - Hindus - 1881 - 305 pages
...of a deep distrust of our future intentions, was mentioned to me in conversation by that enlightend Native, Rammohun Roy, a warm advocate for the abolition...other superstitions and corruptions engrafted on the Hindu religion, which he considers originally to have been a pure deism. It was his opinion that the...
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The Hindoos as They are: A Description of the Manners, Customs, and Inner ...

Ṣivachandra Vasu - Hinduism - 1883 - 343 pages
...outrageous violation of the engagement of the Supreme Government. Accordingly his Lordship observed : " I must acknowledge that a similar opinion, as to the...to me in conversation by that enlightened Native, Rammohan Roy, a warm advocate for the abolition of Sati, and of all other superstitions and corruptions...
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Lord William Bentinck

Demetrius Charles Boulger - Electronic books - 1892 - 214 pages
...of action, now actively inculcated by European education and knowledge, will receive a fatal check. I must acknowledge that a similar opinion as to the...to me in conversation by that enlightened native, Rarn Mohun Roy, a warm advocate for the abolition of sati and of all other superstitions and corruptions...
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The Life and Letters of Raja Rammohun Roy

Sophia Dobson Collet - India - 1914 - 279 pages
...The Governor-General, after detailing Mr. Horace Wilson's arguments against abolition, wrote on : — I must acknowledge that a similar opinion as to the...Rammohun Roy, a warm advocate for the abolition of safi and of all other superstitions and corruptions, , engrafted on the Hindu religion, which: h...
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The Making of British India, 1756-1858

Ramsay Muir - India - 1915 - 398 pages
...of action, now actively inculcated by European education and knowledge, will receive a fatal check. I must acknowledge that a similar opinion as to the...to me in conversation by that enlightened native, Ram Mohun Roy, a warm advocate for the abolition of sati and of all other superstitions and corruptions...
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