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" Hastings, after two other paragraphs, he goes on thus. " It remained only to get possession of her wealth ; and to effect this, it was then and is still my firm and unalterable opinion that it was indispensably necessary to employ temporizing expedients,... "
The Works of Edmund Burke - Page 283
by Edmund Burke - 1839
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Speeches of the Managers and Counsel in the Trial of Warren Hastings, Volume 1

Warren Hastings - Impeachments - 1859
...your approbation of what I did. I must also observe that no further rigour than that which I executed could have been used against females in this country, to whom there can be no access. The Nabob and Salar Jung were the only two who could enter the zenana. The first was a son, who was to address a...
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Speeches of the Managers and Counsel in the Trial of Warren Hastings, Volume 4

Edward Augustus Bond - Impeachments - 1861
...discovery, I shall hope for your approbation of what I did. I must also observe, that no further rigour than that which I exerted could have been used against...course could use no language or action but that of reiterated solicitation ; and the other was in all appearance a traitor to our cause. When force could...
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The Works of the Right Honorable Edmund Burke.

1869
...other charges they brought them 60,OOOZ. more in debt, and forced them to give a bond for that 60,OOOZ. Your Lordships have seen in what manner these debts...country, to whom there can be no access. The Nabob and Salar Jung were the only two that could enter the zenanah: the first was a son, who was to address...
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The Writings and Speeches of Edmund Burke, Volume 12

Edmund Burke - Great Britain - 1901
...other charges they brought them 60,OOOZ. more in debt, and forced them to give a bond for that 60,O0(M. Your Lordships have seen in what manner these debts...against females in this country, to whom there can bo no access. The Nabob and Salar Jung were the only two that could enter the zenanah : the first was...
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Writings and Speeches, Volume 12

Edmund Burke - Great Britain - 1901
...themselves, for they had nothing; all their property was apparently their mistresses'. You will now sec in what manner the payment of them was exacted ; and...country, to whom there can be no access. The Nabob and Salar Jung were the only two that could enter the zeuanah : the first was a son, who was to address...
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The Writings and Speeches of Edmund Burke, Volume 12

Edmund Burke - Great Britain - 1901
...pretence of crimes, for their own profit. In a letter from Mr. Middleton to Mr. Hastings, after twr other paragraphs, he goes on thus. " It remained only...country, to whom there can be no access. The Nabob and Salar Jung were the only two that could enter the zenanah : the first was a son, who was to address...
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