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" The Government of India directed its army to pass the Indus, in order to expel from Afghanistan a Chief believed to be hostile to British interests, and to replace upon his throne a Sovereign represented to be friendly to those interests and popular with... "
Personal Narrative of the Campaigns in Affghanistan, Sinde, Beloochistan, Etc - Page 160
by William H. Dennie (Lieutenant-Colonel.) - 1843
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Blackwood's Magazine, Volume 53

England - 1843 - 844 pages
...1842. " The Government of India directed its army to pass the Indus, in order to expel from Afghanistan a chief believed to be hostile to British interests,...with his former subjects. " The chief believed to be hos'ile became a prisoner, and the sovereign represented to be popular was replaced upon his throne...
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The Asiatic Journal and Monthly Register for British and Foreign India ...

Asia - 1842 - 730 pages
...— The Government o( India directed its army to pass the Indus, in order to expel from Afghanistan a chief believed to be hostile to British interests,...friendly to those interests, and popular with his former subject*. Tlie chief believed to be hostile became a prisoner, and the sovereign represented to be...
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Memorials of Afghanistan: Being State Papers, Official Documents, Dispatches ...

Joachim Hayward Stocqueler - History - 1843 - 518 pages
...1842. " The Government of India directed its army to pass the Indus in order to expel from Afghanistan a Chief believed to be hostile to British interests,...to be popular was replaced upon his throne : but, afterevents, which brought into question his fidelity to the Government by which he was restored, he...
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The Church of England quarterly review, Volume 13

1843 - 534 pages
...evacuate Affghanistan. It opened with a severe satire on the policy of Lord Auckland. It said that the Government of India directed its army to pass...interests and popular with his former subjects. The late Secretary of State for Foreign Department (Viscount Palmerston) has penned some gall and wormwood...
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Hansard's Parliamentary Debates

Great Britain. Parliament - Great Britain - 1843 - 792 pages
...harmless than the third. The first paragraph merely stated that the army had crossed the Indus, against a chief believed to be hostile to British interests,...replace upon his throne a sovereign represented to be popular with his former subjects. Why, no one could suppose that to be a charge against a former government....
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The Eclectic Museum of Foreign Literature, Science and Art, Volume 1

John Holmes Agnew, Eliakim Littell - 1843 - 606 pages
...believed to be hostile to British interests, tnd to replace upon his throne a Sovereign repreĢenied to be friendly to those interests, and popular with...subjects. " The Chief believed to be hostile became г prisoner, and the Sovereign represented to be popu lar was replaced upon his throne ; but, after...
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Calcutta Review, Volume 1

India - 1844 - 606 pages
...to expel from Affghanistan a Chief believed to be hostile to British interests, and to replace upun his throne a Sovereign represented to be friendly to those interests, and popular with bis former subjects. Ģ* The Chief believed to be hostile became a prisoner, and the Sovereign represented...
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The American Whig Review, Volume 3

Periodicals - 1846 - 730 pages
...India directed its army to pass the Indus, in order to expel from Afghanistan a chief BELIEVED to he hostile to British interests, and to replace upon...friendly to those interests, and popular with his subjects." Only .therefore, in violation of her own fundamental maxims of public law, and in direct...
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Calcutta Review, Volume 1

India - 1846 - 606 pages
...1843. " The Government of India directed its army to pass the Indus in order to expel from Afghanistan a Chief believed to be hostile to British interests,...throne a Sovereign represented to be friendly to those interest!, and popular with his former " The Chief believed to be hostile became a prisoner, and the...
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The Calcutta Review, Volume 14

India - 1850 - 612 pages
...the Government of India had directed its army to pass the Indus in order to expel from Afghanistan a chief believed to be hostile to British interests,...interests, and popular with his former subjects." Both had been effected ; and tbe question to be decided was, whether the moment contemplated by the...
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