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" The generous resolution was adopted, of sacrificing to the improvement of the country, the proprietary rights of the sovereign. The motives to improvement which property gives, and of which the power was so justly appreciated, might have been bestowed... "
The History of British India - Страница 275
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The Oriental Herald and Journal of General Literature, Том 16

James Silk Buckingham - 1828
...incomparably greater than that with which they could operate upon any other class of men ; they ought to have been bestowed upon those from whom alone in every...be derived, the immediate cultivators of the soil." — " Instead of doing this, the ryots," in the language of the same writer, " have been handed over...

The Oriental herald and colonial review [ed. by J.S. Buckingham].

James Silk Buckingham - 1828
...incomparably greater than that with which they could operate upon any other class of men ; they ought to have been bestowed upon those from whom alone in every...improvements in agriculture must be derived, the immediate cultivcitors of the soil." — " Instead of doing this, the ryots," in the language of the same writer,...

The Oriental Herald, Том 16

1828
...incomparably greater than that with which they could operate upon any other class of rA'en' j;1they ought to have been bestowed upon those from whom alone in every country the principal improvements hi agriculture must be derived, the immediate cultivators of the soil." — " Instead of doing this,...

Examination of the Principles and Policy of the Government of British India ...

Henry Dundas Robertson - 1829 - 184 страници
...tives to improvement which property gives, 87 " and of which the power was so justly appre" ciated, might have been bestowed upon those " upon whom they...of the soil : " and a measure, worthy to be ranked amongst " the noblest that ever was taken for the im" provement of any country, might have helped "...

Examination of the Principles and Policy of the Government of British India ...

Henry Dundas Robertson - 1829 - 184 страници
...with " which they could operate upon any other class " of men ; they might have been bestowed upon <e those from whom alone, in every country, the " principal...of the soil : " and a measure, worthy to be ranked amongst " the noblest that ever was taken for the im" provement of any country, might have helped "...

Principles of Political Economy, with Some of Their Applications to ..., Том 1

1870 - 591 страници
...generous resolution was adopted, of sacrificing to the improvement of the country, the proprietary rights of the sovereign. The motives to improvement...cultivators of the soil. And a measure worthy to be rankiu among the noblest that ever were taken for the improvement of any country, might have helped...

The Peasantry of Bengal: Being a View of Their Condition Under the Hindu ...

Romesh Chunder Dutt - 1874 - 237 страници
...would have operated with a force incomparably greater than that with which they could operate npon any other class of men; they might have been bestowed...the principal improvements in agriculture must be derived—the immediate cultivators of the soil. And a measure worthy to be ranked among the noblest...

Krista Das Pal: A Study

Nagendra Nath Ghosh - 1887 - 202 страници
...those upon whom they would have ojjerated v^ith a force incomparably greater than that w^BtwwJiich they could operate upon any other class of men : they...cultivators of the soil. And a measure worthy to be ranfced among . — - — the noblest that ever were taken for the improvement of any country, might...

Principles of Political Economy: With Some of Their Applications to ..., Том 1

John Stuart Mill - 1892 - 670 страници
...generous resolution was adopted, of sacrificing to the improvement of the country, the proprietary rights of the sovereign. The motives to improvement...compensate the people of India for the miseries of that nrisgovenmient which they had so long endured. But the legislators were English aristocrats ; and aristocratical...

Principles of Political Economy: With Some of Their Applications to Social ...

John Stuart Mill - 1894 - 591 страници
...Ли/ta, book »i. •h. 8. adopted, of sacrificing to the improvement of the country, the proprietary rights of the sovereign. The motives to improvement...country, the principal improvements in agriculture muet be derived, the immediate cultivators of the soil. And a measure worthy to be ranked among the...




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