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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severally hold sacred, and a violation of which they "would have thought the most grievous oppression, should "not be superseded by a new system, of which they could " have no knowledge,...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 Friend of Wilberforce; Sir William Jones; Reginald Heber; Sir Arthur ...

Henry Morris - Biography - 1908
...which they would have thought the most grievous oppression, should not be superseded by a new system of which they could have no knowledge, and which they...intolerance. " So far the principle of decision between Indian parties in a cause appears perfectly clear ; but the difficulty lies in the application of the...
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Voice, Text, Hypertext: Emerging Practices in Textual Studies

Raimonda Modiano, Leroy Searle, Peter L. Shillingsburg - Language Arts & Disciplines - 2004 - 439 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...they would have thought the most grievous oppression, should not be superseded by a new system, of which they could have no knowledge, and which they...imposed on them by a spirit of rigour and intolerance." 5. The question of whether the dharmasästras actually contained the laws by which Hindus lived in...
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Background to Indian Law

...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...imposed on them by a spirit of rigour and intolerance.' CONTRAST WITH THE PRESENT DAY To-day the impression made by the law of British India upon the skilled...
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Roman Anniversary Issues

...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...imposed on them by a spirit of rigour and intolerance.' CONTRAST WITH THE PRESENT DAY To-day the impression made by the law of British India upon the skilled...
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