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" India for the purpose of accomplishing these benevolent designs, provided always, that the authority of the local Governments, respecting the intercourse of Europeans with the interior of the coun'try, be preserved, and that the principles of the British... "
The life of William Carey - Page 352
by George Smith - 1885 - 463 pages
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The History of British India, Volume 7

James Mill - Hindus - 1858
...authority of the local Governments, respecting the intercourse of Europeans with the interior of the the country, be preserved; and that the principles...exercise of their religion, be inviolably maintained. END OK VOL. I. V . t I •i :.'' rf .-: : ':',, . ',..^r, ^,--- ...
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The Life and Times of Carey, Marshman, and Ward: Embracing the ..., Volume 2

John Clark Marshman - Baptists - 1859
...on the 31st of May, and brought forward his revised resolutions. The 13th Resolution ran thus: " It is the opinion of this Committee that it is the duty...of their religion, be inviolably maintained." The debate on this Resolution was postponed until the other clauses had been disposed of, and it was not...
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A Comprehensive History of India, Civil, Military and Social: From ..., Volume 3

Henry Beveridge - India - 1862
...governments respecting the intercourse of Europeans with the interior of the country be preserved, and the principles of the British government, on which...exercise of their religion, be inviolably maintained." In order to give effect to this declaration, the section proceeds to enact that "persons desirous of...
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The Life of William Carey, D.D.: Shoemaker and ..., Volume 38; Volume 583

George Smith - Missionaries - 1885 - 463 pages
...imprisonment, as the Court in which such person or persons shall be convicted, shall think fit. mittee that it is the duty of this country to promote the...were regularly applied for till 1833, when the next 1808 SYDNEY SMITH'S IDEA. OF RATIONAL RELIGION. 351 charter swept away the last relic of intolerance,...
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The Government of India: Being a Digest of the Statute Law Relating Thereto

Constitutional law - 1898 - 607 pages
...afforded by law to persons desirous of going to and remaining in India for the purpose of accomplishing1 these benevolent designs, provided always, that the...exercise of their religion, be inviolably maintained/ One discerns the planter following in the wake of the missionary, each watched with a jealous eye by...
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The baptist Magazine

1813
...those benevolent designs. " Provided always, That th^ anthority of the local Governmeut.s.respecting the intercourse of Europeans with the interior of...exercise of their religion, be inviolably maintained." We understand that the defeated Champions of Hindooism and infidelity intend to try their strength...
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The Government of India, Being a Digest of the Statute Law Relating Thereto

Courtenay Ilbert - Constitutional law - 1907 - 408 pages
...introduction amongst them of useful knowledge, and of religious and moral improvement. That in the furtherance of the above objects, sufficient facilities...exercise of their religion, be inviolably maintained.' One discerns the planter following in the wake of the missionary, each watched with a jealous eye by...
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The Imperial and Asiatic Quarterly Review and Oriental and Colonial Record

Asia - 1900
...of the country be preserved, and that the principles of the British Government on which the natives have hitherto relied for the free exercise of their religion be inviolably maintained." This was the time, according to Professor Seeley, " when the Brahmanical period comes to an end, and...
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The Wesleyan-Methodist Magazine

Arminianism - 1845
...law, to persons desirous of going to, and remaining in, India, for the purpose of accomplishing those benevolent designs. Provided always, that the authority...exercise of their religion, be inviolably maintained." Parliament hesitated ; and the arm of political power was about to be impiously raised, to arrest the...
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The Other Empire: Metropolis, India and Progress in the Colonial Imagination

John Marriott - History - 2003 - 241 pages
...governments respecting the intercourse of Europeans with the interior of the country be preserved, and the principles of the British government on which...exercise of their religion be inviolably maintained. 110 Hailed by evangelicals as a victory, the Act was in fact a skilful compromise. It established the...
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