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" Aurungzebe's ; and we accordingly find, that in a course of fifty years after his death, a succession of weak princes and wicked ministers reduced this astonishing empire to nothing. "
Memoir of a Map of Hindoostan: Or, The Mogul Empire: with an Introduction ... - Page lxiii
by James Rennell - 1793 - 479 pages
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Horæ Biblicæ: Connected series of notes on the Koran, Zend-Avesta, Vedas ...

Charles Butler - 1807 - 313 pages
...containing at least sixty-four mil" lions of inhabitants; and his reve• " nue exceeded thirty-two millions of " pounds sterling, in a country where " the products of the earth are at " least four times as cheap as in Eng" land. He died in 1707; but the " feeble princes who succeeded,...
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A Compendium of the History of All Nations: Exhibiting a Concise View of the ...

Donald Fraser - 1808 - 392 pages
...thirty-fifth degree of latitude ; and nearly as much in longitude. His revenue exceeded thirty-two millions of pounds sterling in a country where the...Aurungzebe's ; and we accordingly find, that in a course of fifty years after his death, a succession of weak princes and wicked ministers reduced this astonishing...
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A Geographical and Historical View of the World: Exhibiting a ..., Volume 5

John Bigland - 1811
...thirty-filth degree of latitude, and nearly as much in longitude, and hi* revenue exceeded 32,000,000/. sterling, in a country where the products of the earth...are about four times as cheap as in England.* But this immense empire was far from being consolidated. The Muhrattas and the R.ijpoots of Agimere, though...
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Oriental memoirs, Volume 4

James Forbes - 1815
...thirty-fifth degree of north latitude, and produced a revenue of thirty-two millions sterling; which, in a country where the products of the earth are about four times as cheap as in England, is an enormous annual amount." What infinite advantage, what incalculable benefits, must accrue from...
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The London encyclopaedia, or, Universal dictionary of ..., Part 2, Volume 11

Thomas Curtis (of Grove house sch, Islington)
...' His revenue,' says major Rennel, ' exceeded £35,000,000 sterling, in a country where provisions are about four times as cheap as in England. But so weighty a sceptre could be wielded only by a hand like Aurengzebe's ; and accordingly, in fifty years after his death, a succession...
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Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain and Ireland, Volume 7

1843
...degree of latitude, and over a space nearly as much in longitude, and whose revenue exceeded thirty-two millions of pounds sterling, in a country where the products of the earth arc four times as cheap as in England." Extracts from the Shahjehan Ndma, by Muhammad Salah Kumbo....
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THE HISTORY OF THE WORLD

SAMUEL MONNUER - 1854
..." His revenue," says Major Rennel, " exceeded .£35,000,000 sterling, in a country where provisions are' about, four times as cheap as in England. But so Weighty a sceptre ctiuld be wielded only by a hand like, Aurungz^oe's ; and, accordingly, in fifty years after his death,...
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The History of the World: Comprising a General History, Both ..., Volume 2

Samuel Maunder - 1856
...His revenue," says Major Remiel, " exceeded ¿£35,000,000 sterling, in a country where provisions are about four times as cheap as in England. But so weighty a sceptre could be wielded only by a hand like Aurungzebe's ; and, accordingly, in fifty years after his death, a succession...
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The History of the World: Comprising a General History, Both ..., Volume 2

Samuel Maunder - 1860
..." His revenue," says Major Rennel, " exceeded ,£35,000,000 sterling, in a country where provisions are about four times as cheap as in England. But so weighty a sceptre could be wielded only by a hand like Aurungzebe's; and, accordingly, in fifty years after his death, a succession...
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Cyclopædia of India and of Eastern and Southern Asia, Commercial ..., Volume 1

Edward Balfour - 1871
...10th to the 25th degree of latitude and nearly the same in longitude, and his revenue exceeded thirty millions of pounds sterling, in a country where the products of the earth are four times as cheap as in England. Both his declared heir, Shah Âllum, and Л/irn, as well as bis...
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