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" Finding them generally more intelligent, more steady and moderate in their conduct, I gave up my prejudice against them, and became inclined in their favour, feeling persuaded that their rule, though a foreign yoke, would lead more speedily and surely... "
The New Monthly Magazine and Literary Journal - Page 387
1833
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Annual Register

History - 1834
...conduct, I gave ' up roy prejudice against them, and ' became inclined in their favour, feel. ' ing persuaded, that their rule, though ' a foreign yoke, would lead more ' speedily and surely to the ameliora' tion of the native inhabitants ; and I ' enjoyed the confidence of several of ' them even...
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The New Monthly Magazine, Volume 39

Thomas Campbell, Samuel Carter Hall, Edward Bulwer Lytton Baron Lytton, Theodore Edward Hook, Thomas Hood, William Harrison Ainsworth - 1833
...and medente in their ęinduct, I gave op my prejudice against thehi, Šud became inclined in tbeir favour, feeling persuaded that their rule, though...confidence of several of them even in their- public alpaii ty. My continued controversies With the Brahmins, ou die subject- pf their idolatry and, superstition,...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Volume 103, Part 2; Volume 154

Early English newspapers - 1833
...ray prejudice against them, and became inclined in their favour, feeling persuaded that their ride, though a foreign yoke, would lead more speedily and...to the amelioration of the native inhabitants; and 1 enjoyed the confidence of several of them even in their public capacity. My continued controversies...
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Cabinet Annual Register ...

Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1834
...more steady and moderate in their conduct, I gave up my prejudice against them, and became inclined to their favour, feeling persuaded that their rule, though...public capacity. My continued controversies with the Brahmans, on the subject of their idolatry and superstition, and my interference with their custom...
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The Monthly Review

Books - 1834
...more steady and moderate in their conduct, he gave up his prejudice against them, and becamei nclined in their favour, feeling persuaded that their rule,...to the amelioration of the native inhabitants; and he enjoyed the confidence of several of them even in their public capacity. His continued controversies...
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The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History, Politics, and Literature for ...

History - 1834
...rule, though ' ••• foreign yoke, would lead more ' speedily ami surely lo Ihe ameliora' Uoniof the native inhabitants; and I ' enjoyed the confidence...public capacity. ' My continued controversies with the пи the suiject of their ' idolatry iinil superstition, and mr ' interference with their custom ot...
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Select Journal of Foreign Periodical Literature, Volume 3

1834
...a foreign yoke, would lead most speedily and surely to the amelioration of the native inhabitants. I enjoyed the confidence of several of them even in...public capacity. My continued controversies with the Brahmans on the subject of their idolatry and superstition, and my interference with their custom of...
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The life of Alexander Duff, Issue 139, Volume 1

George Smith - 1879
...generally more intelligent, more steady and moderate in their conduct, I gave up my' prejudice against them and became inclined in their favour, feeling persuaded...surely to the amelioration of the native inhabitants." Seeking a livelihood in the service of the English, as his fathers had done in that of the Delhi emperors...
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The Life of Alexander Duff, D.D., LL.D.

George Smith - Missionaries - 1882
...generally more intelligent, more steady and moderate in their conduct, I gave up my prejudice against them and became inclined in their favour, feeling persuaded...surely to the amelioration of the native inhabitants." Seeking a livelihood in the service of the English, as his fathers had done in that of the Delhi emperors...
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The English Works of Raja Rammohun Roy: With an English Translation of ...

Rammohun Roy (Raja) - Brahma-samaj - 1906 - 978 pages
...steady 1:1 i moderate in their conduct, i gave up my prejudice against them, and became inclined n their favour, feeling persuaded that their rule, though a foreign yoke^ would lead more and surely to the amelioration of the native inhabitants ; ...... " He concluded his " Final Appeal...
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