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" Belooches ; and, while they deem private theft dishonourable and disgraceful in the extreme, they contemplate the plunder and devastation of a country with such opposite sentiments, that they consider it an exploit deserving of the highest commendation... "
Travels in Beloochistan and Sinde: Accompanied by a Geographical and ... - Page 58
by Sir Henry Pottinger - 1816 - 423 pages
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The Literary Panorama and National Register

English literature - 1816
...nnd restrained by no feelings of humanity, the Nharooes are the most savage and predatory class of Belooches; and, while they deem private theft dishonourable...disgraceful in the extreme, they contemplate the plunder and dcvastntinn of a country with such opposite sentiments, that they consider it an exploit deserving...
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 15

George Walter Prothero - 1816
...and restrained by no feelings of humanity, lh« Nnhroes are the most savage and predatory class of Belooches ; and, while they deem private theft dishonourable and disgraceful in the extreme, they contempliMu the plunder and de\astation of a country with such opposite sentiments, that they consider...
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Dodsley's Annual Register, Volume 58

History - 1817
...an'l restrained by no feelings of humanity, the Nharooés are the most savage and predatory cluss of Belooches ; and, while they deem private theft dishonourable...they contemplate the plunder and devastation of a count: y with such opposite sentiments, that they consider it an exploit deserving of the highest commendation...
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Annual Register, Volume 58

Edmund Burke - History - 1817
...and restrained by no feelings of humanity, the Nharooes are the most savage and predatory class of Belooches ; and, while they deem private theft dishonourable...they contemplate the . plunder and devastation of a coun' try with such opposite sentiments, that they consider it an exploit deserving of the highest...
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The Travels of Marco Polo, the Venetian: The Translation of Marsden Revised ...

Marco Polo - Asia - 1854 - 508 pages
...Pottinger, who says, " The Nharoo§s are the most savage and predatory class of Belooches; and whilst they deem private theft dishonourable and disgraceful...occasions, the numbers of men, women, and children they hive made captives and carried away or murdered, the villages they have burned and plundered, and the...
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The Great Game: Travels in Beloochistan and Sinde

Martin Ewans - Eastern question (Central Asia) - 2004 - 6 pages
...and restrained by no feelings of humanity, the Nharooes are the most savage and predatory class of Belooches ; and, while they deem private theft dishonourable...deserving of the highest commendation ; and, steeled br that feeling, they will individually recount the assistance they have rendered on such occasions,...
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 15

1816
...laws, and restrained by no feelings of humanity, the Nahroes are the most savage and predatory class of Belooches ; and, while they deem private theft dishonourable...exploit deserving of the highest commendation; and, actuated by that feeling, they will individually recount the assistance they have rendered on such...
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Asiatic Journal

Asia - 1841
...that I shall here make a transcript : " These lawless incursions they consider as exploits deserving the highest commendation, and steeled by that feeling,...have rendered on such occasions, the numbers of men, and women, and children they have made captives and carried away or murdered ; the villages they have...
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