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" the proffered means of its Gratification or that the Instruments of your Power should avail themselves of their authority and proceed even to Extortion in those Cases where simple Corruption could not keep Pace with their Rapacity. Examples of this sort... "
Bulletin of the New York Public Library - Page 338
1902
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The History of British India, Volume 3

James Mill - Hindus - 1840
...instruments of your power should avail themselves of their authority, and proceed even to extor1765. tion in those cases where simple corruption could not keep...by superiors, could not fail of being followed in a proportionable degree by inferiors. The evil was contagious, and spread among the civil and military,...
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The History of England, from the Accession of George III, 1760, to ..., Volume 1

Thomas Smart Hughes - Great Britain - 1846
...instruments of your power should avail themselves of their authority, and proceed even to extortion where simple corruption could not keep pace with their...set by superiors, could not fail of being followed proportionably by inferiors: the evil was contagious, and spread among the civil and military, down...
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The History of British India, Volume 3

James Mill - Hindus - 1848
...wonder that the lust of riches should readily embrace the proffered means of its gratification, or that instruments of your power should avail themselves of their authority, and proceed even to extor1765 - tion in those cases where simple corruption could not keep pace with their rapacity. Examples...
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The History of British India, Volume 3

James Mill, Horace Hayman Wilson - Hindus - 1858
...in those cases where simple BOOK IV. corruption could not keep pace with their rapacity. CHAP. vn. Examples of this sort, set by superiors, could not fail of being followed in a proportionable degree by inferiors. 17t "'' The evil was contagious, and spread among the civil and...
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A History of England in the Eighteenth Century, Volume 3

William Edward Hartpole Lecky - Great Britain - 1882
...means of its gratification, and that the instruments of your power should avail themselves of your authority and proceed even to extortion in those cases...could not fail of being followed in a proportionate degree by inferiors. The evil was 478 ENGLAND IN THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY. CH. nn. contagious, and spread...
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A History of England in the Eighteenth Century, Volume 3

William Edward Hartpole Lecky - Great Britain - 1882
...means of its gratification, and that the instruments of your power should avail themselves of your authority and proceed even to extortion in those cases...could not fail of being followed in a proportionate degree by inferiors. The evil was contagious, and spread among the civil and military down to the writer,...
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A History of England in the Eighteenth Century, Volume 3

William Edward Hartpole Lecky - Great Britain - 1883
...means of its gratification, and that the instruments of your power should avail themselves of your authority and proceed even to extortion in those cases...could not fail of being followed in a proportionate degree by inferiors. The evil was contagious, and spread among the civil and military down to the writer,...
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A History of England in the Eighteenth Century, Volume 3

William Edward Hartpole Lecky - Great Britain - 1887
...means of its gratification, and that the instruments of your power should avail themselves of your authority and proceed even to extortion in those cases...could not fail of being followed in a proportionate degree by inferiors. The evil was 1 Mill, book iv. ch. v. r contagious, and spread among the civil...
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Pamphlets: India

India - 1898
...known in any age or country " (17/5/1766). Now, a few words of Lord Clive and Bengal letters:— ad proceed even to extortion in those cases where simple...corruption could not keep pace with their rapacity." " Luxury, corruption, avarice, and rapacity" "to stem that torrent of luxury, corruption, and licentiousness,"...
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Poverty and Un-British Rule in India

Dadabhai Naoroji - Great Britain - 1901 - 675 pages
...riches should readily embrace 1 Parliamentary Report of Committee, of May, 1772, vol. iii, pp. 294, etc. the proffered means of its gratification, or that...could not fail of being followed in a proportionate degree by inferiors; the evil was contagious and spread among the civil and military, down to the writer,...
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