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" ... because (unintentionally, no doubt) its whole tone substitutes you personally, as the Resident at Lahore, for the Government which you represent. It is calculated to raise the inference that a new state of things is arising, that the fact of your... "
Life of Sir Henry Lawrence - Page 427
by Sir Herbert Benjamin Edwardes, Herman Merivale - 1873 - 627 pages
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The Christian observer [afterw.] The Christian observer and advocate

1872
...manner : because (unintentionally, no doubt) its whole tone substitutes you personally, as tho Rtsident at Lahore, for the Government which you represent....them and the Government. This cannot be. ... There mnst be entire identity between the Government and its Agent, whoever he is. ... I repeat, that I can...
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The Cape Monthly Magazine, Volume 5

1872
...warlike race, with which he had so long dealt in amity. He tells him plainly of this proclamation that It is objectionable in matter, because, from the terms...standing between them and the Government. This cannot be. * * * I am very willing that a proclamation should be issued by you, but bearing evidence that it proceeds...
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Life of the Marquis of Dalhousie

Lionel James Trotter - India - 1889 - 235 pages
...state of things is arising ; that the fact of your arrival with a desire to bring peace to the Punjab is likely to affect the warlike measures of the Government, and that you come as a peacemaker for the Sikhs, standing between them and the Government. This cannot be." Dalhousie...
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The Marquess of Dalhousie

Sir William Wilson Hunter - Governors - 1890 - 228 pages
...state of things is arising, that the fact of your arrival with a desire to bring peace to the Punjab is likely to affect the warlike measures of the Government,...the Government and its Agent, whoever he is. . . I can allow nothing to be said or done which should raise the notion that the policy of the Government...
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The Life of the Marquis of Dalhousie, K. T.

Sir William Lee-Warner - Governors - 1904
...your arrival with a desire to bring peace to the Punjab is likely to affect the warlike preparations of the Government, and that you are come as a peacemaker...standing between them and the Government. This cannot be. I cannot permit that any one word shall be said or any one act be done which shall give the faintest...
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The Expansion of British India (1818-1858)

George Anderson, Manilal Bhagwandas Sudebar - Great Britain - 1918 - 196 pages
...state of things is arising ; that the fact of your arrival with a desire to bring peace to the Punjab is likely to affect the warlike measures of the Government ; and that you come as a peacemaker for the Sikhs, as standing between them and the Government. This cannot be ......
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The Last Days of the Company: A Source Book of Indian History ..., Volume 1

George Anderson, Manilal Bhagwandes Sudebar - India - 1918
...state of things is arising ; that the fact of your arrival with a desire to bring peace to the Punjab is likely to affect the warlike measures of the Government; and that you come as a peacemaker for the Sikhs, as standing between them and the Government. This cannot be ......
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