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" Asam are a base and unprincipled nation, and have no fixed religion. They follow no rule but that of their own inclinations, and make the approbation of their own vicious minds the test of the propriety of their actions. They do not adopt... "
The Asiatic Annual Register, Or, A View of the History of Hindustan, and of ... - Page 35
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The European Magazine: And London Review, Volume 21

1792
...Afàm are »hale and unprincipled nation, and have no fixed reli. gion. They follow no rule but that ef their own inclinations, and make the approbation of their own vicious minds thi left of the propriety of their aétions. They do not adopt any mode of worlhip practifed either...
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The Monthly review. New and improved ser

1799
...horses, cameló, nor asses, such as are brought frqm other countries. ' The people of Asam are a base unprincipled nation, and have no fixed religion. They follow no rule but th'at of their own inclination, and make their own vicious minds the test of the propriety of thtir actions. They do not...
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The Monthly Review

1799
...wages. Its gum lac is excellent, and it is very productive of silk. ' The people of Asam are a base unprincipled nation, and have no fixed religion. They follow no rule but that of their own inclination, and make their own vicious minds the test of the propriety 'of their actions. They do...
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The Asiatic Annual Register; Or, A View of the History of Hindustan,: And of ...

Biographies, English - 1801
...perfons fhall pay a fixed re venue of a tola* of gold to the Rajah. The people of Aflam are a bafe an4 unprincipled nation, and have no fixed religion :...make the approbation of their own vicious minds the teil of the propriety of their actions. They do not adopt any mode of worfhip praftifed either by Heathens...
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The History of British India, Volume 1

James Mill - Hindus - 1817 - 777 pages
...Mahomedans ; nor do they concur in any of the known sects, which prevail amongst mankind. They are a base and unprincipled nation, and have no fixed religion...make the approbation of their own vicious minds the test of the propriety of their actions."* Such are the distorted views, presented to an ignorant mind...
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The History of British India, Volume 2

James Mill - Hindus - 1840
...mankind. They are a base and unprincipled nation, and have no fixed religion; they follow no rules but that of their own inclinations, and make the approbation of their own vicious minds the test of the propriety of their actions." l Such are the distorted views presented to an ignorant mind,...
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The Colonial Church chronicle, and missionary journal. July 1847-Dec. 1874

1854
...the heathen or Mahomedans, nor do they concur in any of the sects which prevail among mankind ; they have no fixed religion, they follow no rule but that of their own inclination, and make the approbation of their own vicious minds the test of the propriety of their...
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A History of Assam

Sir Edward Albert Gait - Assam (India) - 1906 - 383 pages
...Hinduism. The author of the Alamgirnamah is equally uncomplimentary. The Ahoms, he says, " are a base and unprincipled nation, and have no fixed religion. They follow no rule but that of their own inclination ; and make the approbation of their own vicious minds the test of the propriety of their...
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Asiatick Researches, Or, Transactions of the Society Instituted in Bengal ...

Michael J. Franklin - Asia - 2000 - 497 pages
...these persons shall pay a fixed revenue of a tola \ of gold to the Raja. The people of Asam are a base and unprincipled nation, and have no fixed religion....make the approbation of their own vicious minds the test of the propriety of their actions. They do not adopt any mode of worship practised either by Heathens...
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