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" He now repeats that declaration, and he emphatically proclaims that the government of India entertains no desire to interfere with their religion or caste, and that nothing has been, or will be done by the government to affect the free exercise of the... "
Calcutta Review - Page 387
1857
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Blackwood's Magazine, Volume 82

1857
...that declaration, and be emphatically proclaims that the Government of India entertains no desire to interfere with their religion or caste, and that nothing...India has never deceived its subjects. Therefore the Governor-General in Council now calls upon them to refuse their belief to seditious lies. " This notice...
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The Annals of Indian Administration, Volume 1

1856
...that declaration, and he emphatically proclaims that the Government of India entertains no desire to interfere with their religion or caste, and that nothing...the Governor General in Council now calls upon them to refuse their belief to seditious lies. This notice is addressed to those who hitherto by habitual...
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the calcutta review

the calcutta review - 1857
...declaration, and he emphatically pro' claims, that the Government of India entertains no desire to ' interfere with their religion or caste, and that nothing...the Governor General in Council now calls upon them ' to refuse their belief to seditious lies. " This notice is addressed to those who hitherto, by habitual...
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The Living Age ..., Volume 55

1857
...proclaims that ti „. Government of India entertains no desire to interfere with their religion or caate, and that nothing has been or will be done by the Government...India has never deceived its subjects. Therefore the GovernorGeneral in Council now calls upon them to refuse their belief to seditious lies. " This notice...
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 82

1857
...Government of India entertains no desire to interfere with their religion or caste, and that nothing hoe been or will be done by the Government to affect the...people. " The Government of India has never deceived its subject«. Therefore the Governor-General in Council now calls upon them to refuse their belief to...
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The Sepoy Revolt: Its Causes and Its Consequences

Henry Mead - 1857 - 398 pages
...entertained no desire to interfere with their religion or caste, and that nothing had been or would be done by the Government to affect the free exercise...every class of the people. " The Government of India," said Lord Canning, " has never deceived its subjects:" therefore the Governor-General in council now...
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The Sepoy Revolt: Its Causes and Its Consequences

Henry Mead - 1857 - 398 pages
...entertained no desire to interfere with their religion or caste, and that nothing had been or would be done by the Government to affect the free exercise of the observances of religion or caste by every clasa of the people. " The Government of India," said Lord Canning, " has never deceived its subjects...
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Annual Register

1858
...that declaration, and he emphatically proclaims that the Government of India entertains no desire to interfere with their religion or caste, and that nothing...India has never deceived its subjects, therefore the Governor-General in Council now calls upon them to refuse their belief to seditious lies. "This notice...
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Annals of British Legislation: Being a Classified and Analysed ..., Volume 3

Leone Levi - 1858
...that declaration, and he emphatically proclaims, that the Government of India entertains no desire to interfere with their religion or caste, and that nothing...India has never deceived its subjects; therefore the Governor-General in Council now calls upon them to refuse their belief to seditious lies. This notice...
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The Sepoy Revolt: Its Causes and Its Consequences

Henry Mead - 1858 - 378 pages
...interfere with their religion or caste, and that nothing had been or would be done by the Government ta affect the free exercise of the observances of religion...every class of the people. " The Government of India," said Lord Canning, " has never deceived its subjects :" therefore the GovernorGeneral in Council now'Called...
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