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" He had given no orders to have her preserved, as his wife was confined sooner than he expected ; but the family took it for granted that she was to be -destroyed, and in running home to preserve her he acted on the impulse of the moment. The practice... "
Gazetteer of the Province of Oudh - Page 67
1877 - 525 pages
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Diary of a tour through Oude, in December 1849, & January & February, 1850

William Henry Sleeman (sir.) - 1852
...me, he went home for the child; but his village was far off, and he has not been able to overtake me. He had given no orders to have her preserved, as his...given no special orders about it, taking it to be bis wish, as a matter of course. Several respectable landholders of the Chouhan, Nikomee, and other...
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A Journey Through the Kingdom of Oude in 1849-1850: With Private ..., Volume 2

Sir William Henry Sleeman - Oudh (India) - 1858
...he went home for the child ; but his village was far off, and he has not been able to overtake me. He had given no orders to have her preserved, as his...it, taking it to be his wish as a matter of course. Several respectable landholders of the Chouhan, Nikomee, and other tribe of Rajpoots, were talking...
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Gazetteer of the Province of Oudh...: N-Z

Oudh (India) - 1877
...he went home for the child, but his village was far off, and he has not been able to overtake inc. He had given no orders to have her preserved, as his...matter of course." — Vol. II., pages 59-60. HARDOI.* — Pare/ana BANGAR— Tahsil HAKDOI — District HARDOI.— Hardoi, the headquarters of the Hardoi...
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Report of the regular settlement of the Hardoi district, effected by E.O ...

Arthur Henry Harington - 1880
...granted that she was to be destroyed, and in running home to preserve her he acted on the impulse of tie moment. The practice of destroying female infants...when the father is from home and has given no special order about it, taking it to be ba wish as a matter of course." — ( Vol 11., pages 59-60.) CHAPTER...
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The Lion and the Tiger: The Rise and Fall of the British Raj, 1600-1947

Denis Judd - History - 2004 - 234 pages
...confined sooner than he expected. But the family took it for granted that she was to be destroyed. ... In running home to preserve her, he acted on the impulse...about it, taking it to be his wish as a matter of course/0 It was one of the great paradoxes of British rule in India that the Company, which seemed...
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