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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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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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Historical Essays

Thomas Babington Macaulay Baron Macaulay - 1921 - 501 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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On Empire, Liberty, and Reform: Speeches and Letters

Edmund Burke - 2000 - 525 pages
...Hastings's apology. "The justice and policy of exacting a large pecuniary mulct. " The resolution " to draw from his guilt the means of relief to the company's distresses." His determination "to make him pay largely for his pardon, or to execute a severe vengeance for past...
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The Writings and Speeches of Edmund Burke: On Conciliation with America ...

Edmund Burke - 2008 - 600 pages
...Hastings's apology. " The justice and policy of exacting a large pecuniary mulct." The resolution " to draw from his guilt the means of relief to the Company's distresses." His determination " to make him pay largely for his pardon, or to execute a severe vengeance for past...
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The Edinburgh Review, Volume 74

1842
...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 par' don, or to exact a severe vengeance for past delinquency.'...
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Warren Hastings: King of the Nabobs

Sir Keith Grahame Feiling, Michael Edwardes - 1976 - 208 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 5 distresses, to make him pay largely for his pardon, or to exact a severe vengeance for past delinquency."...
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