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" THE average rent of cultivated land in this country is not more than three shillings an acre. Waste lands pay nothing. The inhabitants graze their cattle and cut wood upon them, without being subject to any demand : laying down fields in clover, and different... "
A manual of the Salem district in the presidency of Madras - Page 126
by Henry Le Fanu - 1883
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The Life of Sir Thomas Munro, Late Governor of Madras: With ..., Volume 1

George Robert Gleig - India - 1830
...HIS FATHER. [Relative to the state of the Country and the People.] Wamlere, 10th May, 1796. DEAR SIR, THE average rent of cultivated land, in this country,...all the pasture is spontaneous. The average rent of the whole body of farmers is not more than ten pagodas each. I am pretty sure that there is not a man...
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Life of Sir Thomas Munro

George Robert Gleig - Governors - 1849 - 368 pages
...to retire on full pay after twenty-five years' service." TO HIS FATHER. " Wamlere, 10th May, 1796. " THE average rent of cultivated land in this country...all the pasture is spontaneous. The average rent of the whole body of farmers is not more than ten pagodas each. I am pretty sure that there is not a man...
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The life of ... sir Thomas Munro, with extracts from his correspondence and ...

George Robert Gleig - 1849
...retire on full pay after twenty-five years' service." TO HIS FATHER. " Wamlere, 10th May, 1796. ' ' THE average rent of cultivated land in this country...all the pasture is spontaneous. The average rent of the whole body of farmers is not more than ten pagodas each. I am pretty sure that there is not a man...
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The Administration of the East India Company: A History of Indian ..., Volume 1

Sir John William Kaye - Great Britain - 1853 - 716 pages
...succeeded him, was sent to settle the revenue of * Records quoted in Calcutta Kevieia. f Calcutta Review. j "The average rent of cultivated land in this country...three shillings an acre. Waste lands pay nothing The average rent of the whole body of farmers is not more than ten pagodas each This extreme poverty is...
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