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" My services are treated as fables ; my demand is denounced as ridiculous ; I am treated as the vilest of mankind. "
History of the French in India: From the Founding of Pondichery in 1674 to ... - Page 406
by George Bruce Malleson - 1868 - 583 pages
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History of the Indian Mutiny, 1857-1858: Commencing from the Close ..., Volume 1

George Bruce Malleson - India - 1878
...have sacrificed," wrote three months before he died that greatest of Indo-French administrators, " I have sacrificed my youth, my fortune, my life, to enrich my nation in Asia .... My services are treated as fables ; my demand is denounced as ridiculous. I am treated as the...
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Veritas Victrix

William Tayler - India - 1878 - 109 pages
...I have sacrificed," wrote three months before he died that greatest of Indo-French administrators, "I have sacrificed my youth, my fortune, my life, to enrich my nation in Asia .... My services are treated as fables ; my demand is denounced as ridiculous. I am treated as the...
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Thirty-eight Years in India: From Juganath to the Himalaya Mountains, Volume 2

William Tayler - Colonial administrators - 1882
...I have sacrificed," wrote three months before he died that greatest of IndoFrench administrators, " I have sacrificed my youth, my fortune, my life, to enrich my nation in Asia. ... My services are treated as fables ; my demand is denounced as ridiculous. I am treated as the vilest...
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Report to the Secretary of State for India in Council on the Records of the ...

Great Britain. India Office. Record Branch, Frederick Charles Danvers - Bengal (India) - 1888 - 296 pages
...larger than France itself treated as an importunate impostor. Three days before his death he wrotej " I have sacrificed my youth. my " fortune, my life, to enrich my nation in Asia. Un" fortunate friends, too weak relations, devoted all their " property to the success of my projects....
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The Contemporary Review, Volume 64

Literature - 1893
...recalled him in disgrace and allowed him to die at home in poverty if not in actual want, exclaiming, " I have sacrificed my youth, my fortune, my life, to enrich my country in Asia." The French empire of the West, for which Montcalm fought so gallantly and for which...
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Macmillan's Magazine, Volume 87

1903
...his house in the Rue Neuve des Capucines was occupied by bailiffs, he wrote thus in his memoirs : " I have sacrificed my youth, my fortune, my life, to enrich my nation in India. My services are regarded as fables, I am treated as the vilest of mankind. The little property...
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Sketches of Rulers of India ...

George Devereux Oswell - Great Britain - 1908
...fell on evil days. He had uttered his last remonstrance at his unjust treatment in these terms : ' I have sacrificed my youth, my fortune, my life, to enrich my nation in Asia : my services are treated as idle tales : my demand is denounced as ridiculous : I am treated as the...
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Parliamentary Papers, Volume 45

Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons - Bills, Legislative - 1887
...larger than France itself treated as an importunate impostor. Three days before his death he wrote, " I have sacrificed my youth. my " fortune, my life, to enrich my nation in Asia. Un" fortunate friends, too weak relations, devoted all their " property to the success of my projects....
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