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" Musul" man subjects of Great Britain, that the private laws which " they severally hold sacred, and a violation of which they "would have thought the most grievous oppression, should "not be superseded by a new system, of which they could " have no knowledge,... "
Memoirs of the Life, Writings and Correspondence of Sir William Jones - Page 306
by John Shore Baron Teignmouth - 1806 - 531 pages
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The Critical Review, Or, Annals of Literature

English literature - 1805
...they would have thought the most grievous oppression, should not be superseded by a new system, of which they could have no knowledge, and which they...application of the principle to practice; for the Hindfi and Mussulman laws are locked up for the most part in two very difficult languages, Sanscrit...
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The British Prose Writers, Volume 22

British prose literature - 1821
...they would have thought the most grievous oppression, should not be superseded by a new system, of which they could have no knowledge, and which they...cause appears perfectly clear ; but the difficulty lics (as in most other cases) in the application of the principle to practice ; for the Hindu and Mussulman...
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Considerations on the Hindoo Law, as it is Current in Bengal

Sir Francis Workman Macnaghten - Hindu law - 1824 - 478 pages
...they would have thought a most " grievous oppression, should not be superseded by a new system, "of which they could have no knowledge, and which they...on them by a spirit of rigour and *' intolerance.'* As to the Hindoos, T have not a predilection for the tenets of any of their schools, or for the doctrines...
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The Legal Doctrine of Responsibility in Cases of Insanity ..., Volume 1

Lyttleton Forbes Winslow - 1863 - 43 pages
...they would have thought the most grievous oppression, should not be superseded by a new system, of which they could have no knowledge, and which they...application of the principle to practice ; for the Hindu and Musselman laws are locked up for the most part in two very difficult languages, Sanscrit and Arabic,...
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A Digest of Hindu Law: On Contracts and Successions, with a Commentary, Volume 1

Jagannātha Tarkapańchānana - Contracts - 1864
...would have thought the most '• grievous oppression, should not be superseded by a new " system, of which they could have no knowledge, and " which they...of rigour and intolerance. So far the principle of * Ste his last Anoivenary Discourse us President of the Asiatic Society, Vol. IV, p. 176. " decision...
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Vyavasthá-darpana: A Digest of the Hindu Law, as Current in Bengal. With ...

Shama Churun Sircar - Hindu law - 1867 - 1068 pages
...they would have thought the most grievous oppression, should not be superseded by a new system, of which they could have no knowledge, and which they...native parties in a cause appears perfectly clear ; hut the difficulty lies (as in most other cases) in the application of the principle to practice...
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Miscellaneous Essays: Miscellaneous essays, by H. T. Colebrooke. A new ...

Henry Thomas Colebrooke - Indo-Aryan philology - 1873
...they "would have thought the most grievous oppression, should "not be superseded by a new system, of which they could " have no knowledge, and which they...of the principle to " practice ; for the Hindu and Musulman laws are locked up " for the most part in two very difficult languages, Sanskrit " and Arabic,...
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The Muhammadan Law: Being a Digest of the Law Applicable ..., Volume 1

Shama Churun Sircar - Domestic relations - 1873 - 567 pages
...thought the most grievous oppression, should not be suppressed by a new system, of which they conld have no knowledge and which they must have considered...cause appears perfectly clear ; but the difficulty liea (as in most other Accordingly, suits regarding succession, inheritance, LECTUBR marriage, caste,...
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The Muhammadan Law: Being a Digest of the Law Applicable ..., Volume 1

Shama Churun Sircar - Domestic relations - 1873 - 567 pages
...they would have thought the most grievous oppression, should not be suppressed by a new system, of which they could have no knowledge and which they...native parties in a cause appears perfectly clear j but the difficulty lies (as in most other Accordingly, suits regarding succession, inheritance, LECTURK...
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Digest of Hindu Law, on Contracts and Successions, Volume 1

Jagannātha Tarcapańchānana - Civil law - 1874
...principle of * See his last Anniversary Discourse as President of the Asiatic Society, Vol. IV, p.l76 " decision between the native parties in a cause appears...of the principle to practice ; for " the Hindu and -Muselman laws are locked up for the most " part in two very difficult languages, Sanscrit and Arabic,...
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