Search Images Maps Play YouTube News Gmail Drive More »
Sign in
Books Books 1 - 10 of 34 on We have no right to seize Sinde, " yet we shall do so, and a very advantageous, useful,....
" We have no right to seize Sinde, " yet we shall do so, and a very advantageous, useful, and " humane piece of rascality it will be. "
The life of Alexander Duff - Page 49
by George Smith - 1879
Full view - About this book

The General Baptist repository, and Missionary observer [afterw.] The ...

1880
...Dr. Duff (II., 49). Sir Charles Napier, in defence of his policy with regard to Sindh, said : — " We have no right to seize Sindh, yet we shall do so,...useful, and humane piece of rascality it will be." The ghastly words are a perfect mirror of the spirit that is cursing Afghanistan more and more ; and...
Full view - About this book

The History of India, from the Earliest Period to the Close of ..., Volume 3

John Clark Marshman - India - 1867
...it can be done with honesty." On a subsequent occasion he wrote, " We have no right to seize Sinde, yet we shall do so, and a very advantageous, useful, and humane piece of rascality it will be." The rascality is more apparent than the advantage, except to the captors, to whom it brought a rich...
Full view - About this book

Men Whom India Has Known: Biographies of Eminent Indian Characters

J. J. Higginbotham - India - 1874 - 498 pages
...come to the result at once, if it can be done with honegty» * * * «\ye have no right to seize Sind, yet we shall do so. and a very advantageous, useful and humane piece oí rascality it will be." Napier returned to England in 1847, and met with an enthusiastic reception,...
Full view - About this book

History of India, abridged from the author's larger work

John Clark Marshman - India - 1876
...distant period swallow up the weaker;" and he subsequently remarked, " We have no right to seize Sinde, " yet we shall do so, and a very advantageous, useful, and " humane piece of rascality it will be." The rascality is more obvious than the advantage, except to the captors, to whom it brought a rich...
Full view - About this book

Our Indian Empire: Its Rise and Growth

John Shaw Banks - India - 1880 - 279 pages
...the result at once, if it can be done with honesty.' And again : ' We have no right to seize Scinde, yet we shall do so ; and a very advantageous, useful and humane piece of rascality it will be.' Major Outram, the Resident, was the soul of honour, the Bayard of India ; but he was placed under Sir...
Full view - About this book

The Bible Christian magazine, a continuation of the Arminian magazine

Bible Christians - 1880
...many months since in our Magazine. " We have no right," he said, " to seize Scinde, yet we shall do, and a very advantageous, useful, and humane piece of rascality it will be." There is another part of the story by no means so well known which deserves to be told. Sir Charles's...
Full view - About this book

History of India Under Queen Victoria from 1836 to 1880, Volume 1

Lionel James Trotter - India - 1886
...principle of justice and good faith. " We have no right," Napier himself had written, " to seize Sind ; yet we shall do so, and a very advantageous, useful, and humane piece of rascality it will be." There was more honesty — at any rate more truth in such a confession — than is to be found in the...
Full view - About this book

The Encyclopaedia Britannica: A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and ..., Volume 8

Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1888
...forgotten. Sir Charles Nipier made more than one confession like this : " We Lave no right to seize Sind, yet we. shall do so, and a very advantageous, useful, and humane piece of rascality it will be." The battles of Meanee and Dubba, or Hydrabad, followed ; and the Indus became a British river from...
Full view - About this book

The Encyclopaedia Britannica: A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences and ..., Volume 8

Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1890
...forgotten. Sir Charles Napier made more "than one confession like this : " Vie have no right to seize Sind, yet we. shall do so, and a very advantageous, useful, and humane piece of rascality it will be." The battles of Meanee and Dubba, or Hydrabod, followed ; and the Indus became a British river from...
Full view - About this book

Abridgment of the History of India from the Earliest Period to the Present Time

John Clark Marshman - India - 1893 - 569 pages
...period swallow np the weaker ;" and he subsequently remarked, " We have no right to seize Sinde, " yet we shall do so, and a very advantageous, useful, and " humane piece of rascality it will be." The rascality is more obvious than the advantage, except to the captors, to whom it brought a rich...
Full view - About this book




  1. My library
  2. Help
  3. Advanced Book Search
  4. Download EPUB
  5. Download PDF