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" I resolved," these are the words of Hastings himself, "to draw from his guilt the means of relief to the Company's distresses, — to make him pay largely for his pardon, or to exact a severe vengeance for past delinquency. "
The Sacred City of the Hindus: An Account of Benares in Ancient and Modern Times - Page 203
by Matthew Atmore Sherring - 1868 - 388 pages
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The History of India, from the Earliest Period to the Close of ..., Volume 1

John Clark Marshman - 1867
...therefore, " to make him pay largely for his pardon, to exact a severe vengeance for his delinquency, and to draw from his guilt the means of relief to the Company's distresses." Cheyt sin •! Hastings was about to proceed to Benares to excessive tine, meet the vakeel of the raja...
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The History of India, from the Earliest Period to the Close of ..., Volume 1

John Clark Marshman - 1867
...therefore, " to make him pay largely for his pardon, to exact a severe vengeance for his delinquency, and to draw from his guilt the means of relief to the Company's distresses." Ch sintfs Hastings was about to proceed to Benares to escessive fine, meet the vakeel of the raja of...
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History of British India: From the Earliest English Intercourse

Charles MacFarlane - 1873 - 651 pages
...English, and was observed to assume an air of insolence and independence. "I was resolved," says Hastings, "to draw from his guilt the means of relief to the Company's distresses."* The governor-general set out for Benares, the capital and residence of Cheyte Sing, and so little did...
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Men Whom India Has Known: Biographies of Eminent Indian Characters

J. J. Higginbotham - 1874 - 498 pages
...horse was next demanded. The Rajah did not comply. Hastings viewed his conduct as a crime, and said he was resolved " to draw from his guilt the means of relief to the Company's distresses." He proceeded accordingly to Benares. Cheyte Sing advanced to meet him with every mark of respect. On...
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The Administration of Warren Hastings, 1772-1785

Sir George Forrest - 1892 - 317 pages
...said, " to make him pay largely for his pardon, to exact a severe vengeance for his delinquency, and to draw from his guilt the means of relief to the Company's distress."f On reaching Benares Hastings transmitted to the Raja a statement of his offences. He informed...
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Warren Hastings

Thomas Babington Macaulay Baron Macaulay - 1893 - 235 pages
...wealthiest of his vassals as a criminal. " I resolved " — these are the words of Hastings himself — " to draw from his guilt the means of relief to the Company's distresses, to make him pay largely for 20 his pardon, or to exact a severe vengeance for past delinquency." The...
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Essays and Lays of Ancient Rome

Thomas Babington Macaulay Baron Macaulay - 1895 - 923 pages
...wealthiest of his vassals as a criminal. " I resolved" — these are the words of Hastings himself — ; to make him pay largely for his pardon, or to exact a severe vengeance for past delinquency." The plan...
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Warren Hastings

Thomas Babington Macaulay Baron Macaulay - 1896 - 235 pages
...wealthiest of his vassals as a criminal. "I resolved" — these are the words of Hastings himself — "to draw from his guilt the means of relief to the Company's distresses, to make him pay largely for 20 his pardon, or to exact a severe vengeance for past delinquency." The...
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Macaulay's Essay on Warren Hastings

Thomas Babington Macaulay Baron Macaulay - 1907 - 227 pages
...wealthiest of his vassals as a criminal. "I resolved" — these are the words of Hastings himself — "to draw from his guilt the means of relief to the Company's distresses, to make him pay largely for 20 his pardon, or to exact a severe vengeance for past delinquency." The...
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Macaulay's Essays on Clive and Hastings

Thomas Babington Macaulay Baron Macaulay - 1910 - 268 pages
...wealthiest of his vassals as a criminal. " I resolved " — these are the words of Hastings himself — -"to draw from his guilt the means of relief to the Company's distresses, to make him pay largely for his pardon, or to exact a severe vengeance for past delinquency." The plan...
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