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" In truth (says this author), it would be almost cruelty to molest this happy people ; for in this district are the only vestiges of the beauty, purity, piety, regularity, equity, and strictness of the ancient Hindostan government. "
The Works of Edmund Burke - Page 57
by Edmund Burke - 1839
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Interesting Historical Events, Relative to the Provinces of Bengal ..., Volume 1

John Zephaniah Holwell - Bengal (India) - 1765 - 362 pages
...only veftiges of the beauty, purity, piety, regularity, equity and ftriclnefs of the ancient Indoftan government. Here the property, as well as the liberty of the people, are inviolate, here no robberies are heard of, either private or public ; the traveller, either with,...
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Considerations on India Affairs: Particularly Respecting the ..., Volume 1

William Bolts - Bengal (India) - 1772 - 412 pages
...veftiges of the beauty, purity, piety, re" gularity, equity and ftridtnefs of the ancient Hindoftdn government. " Here the property as well as the liberty of the people are inviolate. " Here no robberies are heard of, either private or public : the tra" veller, either...
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The Works of the Right Honourable Edmund Burke, Volume 7

Edmund Burke - Great Britain - 1827
...vestiges of the beauty, purity, piety, regularity, equity, and strictness of the antient Hindostan government. Here the property, as well as the liberty, of the people are inviolate. Here no robberies are heard of, either publick or private. The traveller, either with...
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The Works and Correspondence of the Right Honourable Edmund Burke, Volume 7

Edmund Burke - Great Britain - 1852
...vestiges of the beauty, purity, piety, regularity, equity, and strictness of the ancient Hindostan government. Here the property, as well as the liberty of the people are inviolate. Here no robberies are heard of, either public or private. The traveller, either with...
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The Private Journal of the Marquess of Hastings, Volume 1

Francis Rawdon-Hastings Marquess of Hastings - Governors general - 1857
...vestiges of the beauty, purity, piety, regularity, equity, and strictness of the ancient Hindostan government. Here the property as well as the liberty of the people are inviolate. Here no robberies are heard of, either public or private. The traveller, either with...
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Three Eras of New England, and Other Addresses: With Papers Critical and ...

George Lunt - American literature - 1857 - 264 pages
...only vestiges of the beauty, purity, piety, regularity, equity and strictness of the ancient Hindostan government. Here, the property, as well as the liberty of the people are inviolate. Here, no robberies are heard of, either public or privatc. The traveller, either with...
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Speeches of the Managers and Counsel in the Trial of Warren Hastings, Volume 1

Warren Hastings - Impeachments - 1859
...beauty, ofanSent"1 pur1ty1 piety, regularity, equity and strictness, of the ancient Hindostan Hindu go- government. Here the property as well as the liberty of the people are ln"olatc- Here no robberies are heard of, either public or private. The ' traveller, either with...
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Speeches of the Managers and Counsel in the Trial of Warren Hastings, Volume 4

Edward Augustus Bond - Impeachments - 1861
...: — " In truth it would be almost cruelty to molest that happy people" — speaking of the people of one of the provinces near Calcutta — " for in...the liberty of the people is inviolate." My Lords, I did not think [this reference] necessary to us : and I hope you will do that justice to the Commons...
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The Works of the Right Honorable Edmund Burke, Volume 9

Edmund Burke - Great Britain - 1866
...vestiges of the beauty, purity, piety, regularity, equity, and strictness of the ancient Hindostan government. Here the property as well as the liberty of the people are inviolate. Here 110 robberies are heard of, either public or private. The traveller, either with...
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An Apology for Mohammed and the Koran

John Davenport - Islam - 1869 - 182 pages
...only vestiges of the beauty, purity, piety, regularity, equity and strictness of the ancient Hindostan government. Here the property, as well as the liberty of the people, are inviolate. Here, no robberies are heard of, either public or private. The traveller, either with...
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