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" All his countrymen," writes Mr. Orme, "concurred in thinking that his dismission from the Government of Pondichery was the greatest detriment that could have happened to their interests in India." When we think indeed how much he had accomplished —... "
History of the French in India: From the Founding of Pondichery in 1674 to ... - Page 404
by George Bruce Malleson - 1868 - 583 pages
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Notes on Pondicherry; or, The French in India. To which is added A sketch of ...

Pondicherry - 1845
...and all his countrymen concurred in thinking that his dismission from the government of Pondicherry was the greatest detriment that could have happened to their interests in India." ADMIRAL BOSCAWKN'S ATTACK ON PONDICHESRY. 1748. " Ix the East Indies, Rear- Admiral Boscawen undertook...
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The Calcutta Review

R.C. Lepage - 1867
...was, under the influence of the prejudices of the period. " All his country" men," writes Mr. Ormc, " concurred in thinking that his " dismission from the...territory ; — when we reflect that with half the 2,000 men that Godeheu brought out with him he could have crushed the English, already reduced to extremities...
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