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" Your deliberations on the inland trade have laid open to us a scene of most cruel oppression; the poor of the country, who used always to deal in salt, beetlenut, and tobacco, are now deprived of their daily bread by the trade of the Europeans. "
The History of British India - PÓgina 362
per James Mill - 1840
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A View of the Rise, Progress, and Present State of the English Government in ...

Harry Verelst - 1772 - 253 pÓgines
...1 7th of * October, 1 764. " The poor of this country, who ufed always to deal in fait, beetle-nut, and •* tobacco, are now deprived of their daily..." revenues are greatly injured." We Shall, for the prefent, obfcrve to you, thatr every one of our Servants concerned in this trade, has been guilty of...
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The History of the British Empire in India, Volum 1

Edward Thornton - 1841
...of the 1 7th October, 1764. ' The poor of this country, who used always to deal in salt, betel-nut, and tobacco, are now deprived of their daily bread...Company, and the government's revenues are greatly CHAP. vi. own authority, to have established a plan which there was ground for apprehending might be...
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The Parliamentary Debates

Great Britain. Parliament - 1894
...10 of m >tt cruel oppression: the poor of the country, who used always to deal in salt, beetlenut, and tobacco, are now deprived of their daily bread by the trade of the Europeans." Lord Clive wrote (17th of April, 1765) — " The confusion we behold, what does it arise from .' —...
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Pamphlets: India

1898
...scene of most cruel oppression ; the poor of the country, who used always to deal in salt, betel nut, and tobacco, are now deprived of their daily bread by the trade of the Europeans." Lord Clive wrote (17th of April, 1765): "The confusion we behold, what does it arise from ? rapacity...
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