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" Governor-General in Council, in order to make known the sentiments of Government to the Native Army as fully and correctly as possible, is pleased to direct that this order shall be translated into the Hindoostanee language, and printed in the Nagree... "
Memoir of the mutiny at Barrackpore - Page 46
by Wredenhall Robert Pogson - 1833
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The Oriental herald and colonial review [ed. by J.S. Buckingham].

James Silk Buckingham - 1825
...4"th , who have drawn down on themselves a punishment they most justly merited. ; The Governor-General in Council, in order to make known the sentiments...direct that this order shall be translated • into the H uidoostnuec language, and printed in the Nagree character" for the purpose- of transmission to corns...
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The Asiatic Journal and Monthly Register for British and Foreign ..., Volume 19

Asia - 1825
...thc47th, who have dr.iw» down on themselves a punishment they most justly merited. The Governor-Gen, in Council, in order to make known the sentiments...as possible, is pleased to direct that this order shnll be translated into the Hiudoostanee language, and printed in the Nagrce character, for the purpose...
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The Asiatic Journal and Monthly Miscellany, Volume 19

Asia - 1825
...themselves a punishment they most justly merited. The Governor- Gen. in Council, in order to make kr jwn the sentiments of government to the native army as...direct that this order shall be translated into the Hindoostauee language, and printed in the Nagrec character, for the purpose of transmission to corps...
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The British Friend of India Magazine, and Indian Review, Volume 2

Great Britain
...as laid down in general orders of the llth July, 1823, No. 65. The Governor in Council, in o rderto make known the sentiments of Government to the native army as fully and-as correctly as possible, is pleased to direct that this order shall be translated into the Hindoostanee...
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The Oriental Herald, Volume 5

Christianity - 1825
...47th . who have drawn down on themselves HL punishment they most justly merited. The Governor-General in Council, in order to make known the sentiments...direct that this order shall be translated into the Hindoostanee language, and printed in the Nagree character for the purpose of transmission to corps...
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The Asiatic Journal and Monthly Register for British and Foreign ..., Volume 19

Asia - 1825
...the47th, who have drawn down on themselves a punishment they most justly merited. The Governor-Gen, in Council, in order to make known the Sentiments of government to the native army as fully nnd correctly as possible, is pleased to direct that this order shall be translated into the Hindoostanee...
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