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" Mauritius, from whence forty persons, French, and of a dark colour, of whom ten or twelve were artificers, and the rest servants, paying the hire of the ship, came here in search of employment. Such as chose to take service were entertained, and the remainder... "
The History of British India - Страница 421
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Official Documents, Relative to the Negotiations Carried on by Tippoo ...

1799 - 195 страници
...were entertained, and'the remainder departed beyond the confines of this Sircar, (the gift of God) and the "French who are full of vice and deceit, have perhaps taken advantage of the departure of the fhip, to put about reports, with the view to ruffle the minds of both Sircars. ' - •• • It is...

Copies and extracts of advices to and from India, relative to the cause ...

East India Company - 1800 - 277 страници
...were entertained, and the remainder departed beyond the confines of this Sircar (the Gift of God) ; and the French, who are full of vice and deceit, have perhaps taken the advantage of the departure of the fhip, to put about reports with the view to rufHe the minds of...

Copies and Extracts of Advices to and from India, Relative to the Cause ...

East India Company - 1800 - 277 страници
...fervants, paying the hire of the fhip, came here in fearch of employment. Such as chofe to.take fervice were entertained, and the remainder departed beyond the confines of this Sircar (the Gift of God) ; and the French, who are full of vice and deceit, have perhaps taken the advantage...

The Asiatic Annual Register, Or, A View of the History of Hindustan ..., Том 1

Lawrence Dundas Campbell, E. Samuel - 1800
...remainder departed beyond the confines of this fircar (the gift of Gcd] ; and the French, who are full « vice and deceit, have perhaps taken advantage of the departure of the ftiip to put about reports with the view to ruffle the mind* of both fircars. It is the wim of my heart,...

The Asiatic Annual Register, Or, A View of the History of Hindustan ..., Том 1

Lawrence Dundas Campbell, E. Samuel - 1801
...were entertained, and the remainder departed beyond the confine» of this fircar (the gift of God); and the French, who are full of vice and deceit, have perhaps taken advantage of the departure of the fhip to put about reports, with the view to ruffle the minds of both fircars. It is the wifh of my...

Annual Register, Том 41

1801
...chofe to take fervice were entertained, and the remainder departed beyond the confines of lite circar; and the French, who are full of vice and deceit, have, perhaps, taken advantage of i,he departure of the (hip to put about reports, with a view to n:ffle the minds of both drears. "...

The Political History of India, from 1784 to 1823, Том 1

Sir John Malcolm - 1826 - 4 страници
...service, and others had departed from his dominions. " But the French," he observes in this letter, " who are full of vice and deceit, have perhaps taken...departure of the ship, to put about reports, with a view to ruffle the minds of both governments." In this communication, Tippoo expressed great surprise...

The life of General, the Right Honourable Sir David Baird, Bart. ...

Theodore Edward Hook - 1832
...colour, of whom ten or twelve were artificers, and the rest servants, paying the hire of the ship, came here in search of employment ; such as chose...remainder departed beyond the confines of this Sircar (the gift of God) ; and the French, who are full of vice and deceit, have, perhaps, taken advantage...

The despatches, minutes, and correspondence, of the Marquess Wellesley, K. G ...

Richard Wellesley Wellesley (Marquess) - 1836
...the rest servants, paying the hire of the ship, came to your country in search of employment : that such as chose to take service were entertained ; and the remainder departed beyond the confines of that Sirkar (the gift of God) : and that the French, who are full of vice and deceit, have perhaps...

Our Indian empire

Charles MacFarlane - 1844
...service, and that the rest had al>'lv departed from his dominions. " But the French," he added, " being full of vice and deceit, have perhaps taken advantage...the departure of the ship to put about reports, with a view to ruffle the minds of both governments." He expressed great surprise at the hostile preparations...




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