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Letters to and from the Government of Madras: Relative to the Disturbances ... - Page 9
by Francis Carnac Brown - 1838 - 206 pages
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The Oriental herald and colonial review [ed. by J.S. Buckingham]., Volume 14

James Silk Buckingham - 1827
...authority of the same, or in the actual commission of any overt act of rebellion against the state, or in the act of openly aiding and abetting the enemies of the British Government within any part of the said territories. ' III. It is hereby further declared, that any person born, ox residing under the...
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The Oriental Herald and Journal of General Literature, Volume 14

James Silk Buckingham - Great Britain - 1827
...the same, or in the actual commission of any overt act of rebellion against the state, or in the ant of openly aiding and abetting the enemies of the British Government within any part of the said territories. ' III. It is hereby further declared, that any person born, or residing under the...
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The practice of courts-martial, and other military courts

William Hough - Courts-martial and courts of inquiry - 1834 - 350 pages
...whether a person was taken in the actual commission of an overt act of mię, 'of tL£ rebellion, or taken in the act of openly aiding and abetting the enemies of the state, or taken in arms in open hostility, might safely be tried by such courts, and such a provision...
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Narrative of the Indian Revolt from Its Outbreak to the Capture of Lucknow

Colin Campbell Baron Clyde - India - 1858 - 452 pages
...of the same; or (3) in the actual commission of any overt act of rebellion against the State; or (4) in the act of openly aiding and abetting the enemies of the British Government. or imprisonment, and by forfeiture of all property and "Neither the effect of martial law nor the mode...
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The History of the Indian Mutiny: Giving a Detailed Account of the ..., Volume 2

Charles Ball - India - 1858
...the same ; or (3) in the actual commission of any overt act of rebellion against the state ; or (4) in the act of openly aiding and abetting the enemies of the British government. " Neither the effect of martial law, nor the mode in which courts-martial are to be constituted under...
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Judicial, Revenue and Miscellaneous Code, Book 2

Madras - 1873
...actual commission of any overt act of rebellion against the state, or in the act of conspiring with, or of openly aiding and abetting the enemies of the British Government within any part of the said territories. Persons owing alle- III. It is hereby further declared, that any person born Govern-...
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The North-Western Provinces Code: Consisting of the Regulations and Local ...

North-Western Provinces, India - 1877 - 412 pages
...authority of the same, or in the actual commission of any overt act of rebellion against the State, or in the act of openly aiding and abetting the enemies of the British Government within any part of the said territories. 3. It is hereby further declared that any person born or residing under the Lieges...
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Journal of Comparative Legislation and International Law, Volumes 4-5

Comparative law - 1900
...authority of the same, or in the actual commission of any overt act of rebellion against the State, or in the act of openly aiding and abetting the enemies of the Government (Regulation X. of 1804). Acts of Indemnity. — The fact that every proclamation of Martial...
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The Oriental Herald, Volume 14

Christianity - 1827
...authority of the same, or in the actual commission of any overt act of rebellion against the state, or in the act of openly aiding and abetting the enemies of the British Government within any part of the said territories. '• III. It is hereby further declared, that any person born, or residing under...
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