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" Destitution at length reached such a pitch that men began to devour each other, and the flesh of a son was preferred to his love. The numbers of the dying caused obstructions in the roads, and every man whose dire sufferings did not terminate in death... "
History of India - Page 319
edited by - 1907
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The History of India, as Told by Its Own Historians: The ..., Volume 7

Sir Henry Miers Elliot - India - 1877
...other, and the flesh of a son was preferred to his love. The numbers of the dying caused obstructions in the roads, and every man whose dire sufferings did...gracious kindness and bounty directed the officials of Burhanpiir, Ahmadabad, and the 1 So in the text ; but the maps give no such name between Parenda and...
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Historical and Descriptive Sketch of His Highness the Nizam's ..., Volume 2

Hyderabad (India : State) - 1884
...other, and the flesh of a son was preferred to his love. The numbers of the dying caused obstructions in the roads, and every man whose dire sufferings did...and plenty now retained no trace of productiveness. By order of the Emperor, soup kitchens were established in various parts of the kingdom, and a sum...
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Famine truths, half truths, untruths

Charles W. McMinn - History - 1902 - 131 pages
...flesh of a son was preferred to his love. The numbers of the dying caused obstructions on the roads. Those lands which had been famous for their fertility...productiveness. The Emperor . in his gracious kindness directed the officials of Burhanpur, Ahmedabad and Surat, to establish soup kitchens or alms houses...
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Indian Journal of Economics, Volume 2

Economics - 1919
...other, and the flesh of a son was preferred to his love. The numbers of the dying caused obstructions in the roads, and every man whose dire sufferings did...which had been famous for their fertility and plenty uow retained no trace of productiveness The Emperor in his gracious kindness and bounty directed the...
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A History of the Deccan, Volume 1

James Dunning Baker Gribble - Deccan (India) - 1896
...prefered to his love. The numbers of the 17 258 HISTORY OF THE DECCAN. dying caused obstructions -in the roads, and every man whose dire sufferings did...their fertility and plenty now retained no trace of production." During this time Futteh Khan had been in confinement, but through an intrigue by means...
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