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" The main object of the contracting parties being to prevent for ever the revival of the predatory system in any form, and both Governments being satisfied, that to accomplish this wise and just end, it may be necessary for the British Government to form... "
The History of the British Empire in India - Pagina 458
door Edward Thornton - 1843
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A Memoir of Central India, Including Malwa, and Adjoining ..., Deel 25,Volume 2

John Malcolm - 1823
...in any form, and both Governments being satisfied, that to accomplish this wise and just end, it may be necessary for the British Government to form engagements...friendship and alliance with the several States of Hindustan, the 8th Article of the Treaty of the 22d of November 1805, by which the British Government...
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A Memoir of Central India, Including Malwa, and Adjoining ..., Volume 2

John Malcolm - 1824
...in any form, and both Governments being satisfied, that to accomplish this wise and just end, it may be necessary for the British Government to form engagements...friendship and alliance with the several States of Hindustan, the 8th Article of the Treaty of the 22d of November 1806, by which the British Government...
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A memoir of Central India, Volume 2

sir John Malcolm - 1832
...in any form, and both Governments being satisfied, that to accomplish this wise and just end, it may be necessary for the British Government to form engagements...friendship and alliance with the several States of Hindustan, the 8th Article of the Treaty of the 22d of November 1805, by which the British Government...
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The Asiatic Journal and Monthly Register for British and Foreign India ...

1837
...the ninth article of the new treaty, upon the ground that the main object of the contracting parlies was to prevent for ever the revival of the predatory...states of Oudepore, Joudpore, and Kotah, with the slate of Boondee, and with other substantive states on the left bank of the Chumbul. But the article...
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The History of the British Empire in India, Volume 4

Edward Thornton - 1843
...their property, if they should think proper. The ninth article provided for an object which the Marquis of Hastings deemed necessary for CHAP. xxv. the attainment...that government any right to interfere with states or chief's in Malwa or Guzerat, clearly and indisputably dependent on or tributary to the maharajah, whose...
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The History of the British Empire in India, Volume 2

Edward Thornton - 1859 - 655 pagina’s
...treaty the British government was restrained from entering into any treaty with the rajahs of Oudeypore, Joudpore, and Kotah, or other chief tributaries of...therefore given to form engagements with the states of Oudeypore, Joudpore, and Kotah, with the state of Bhoondee, and with other substantive states on the...
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A History of the Native States of India, Volume 1

Surendra Nath Roy - 1888
...in any form, and both Governments being satisfied that to accomplish this wise and just end it may be necessary for the British Government to form engagements...friendship and alliance with the several States of Hindustan, the 8th Article of the Treaty of the 22nd November 1805, by which the British Government...
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A Collection of Treaties, Engagements, and Sanads Relating to ..., Volume 3

India. Foreign and Political Department - 1893
...in any form, and both Governments being satisfied that to accomplish this wise aud just end it may be necessary for the British Government to form engagements...and alliance with the several States of Hindostan, the 8th Article of the Treaty of the 22ud November 1805, by which the British Government is restrained...
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Parliamentary Papers, Volume 11

Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons - 1818
...in any form, and both Governments being satisfied, that to accomplish this wise and just end, it may be necessary for the British Government to form engagements...friendship and alliance with the several states of Hindoostan, the 8th article of the Treaty of the 22d of November 1805, by which the British Government...
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