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" In respect to the bribe offered to you and myself, I am surprised, that any man in the character of a British officer should not have given the Rajah to understand that the offer would be considered as an insult, and that he should not rather have forbidden... "
Supplementary Despatches and Memoranda of Field Marshal Arthur, Duke of ... - Σελίδα 548
των Arthur Wellesley Duke of Wellington - 1859
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...may, at the same time, inform them, that you have my authority to say, that the British government is very little likely to take advantage of the misfortunes...that the offer would be considered as an insult, and that he should not rather have forbidden its renewal, than that he should have encouraged it, and even...

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...may, at the same time, inform them, that you have my authority to say, that the IJritish Government is very little likely to take advantage of the misfortunes...that the offer would be considered as an insult; and that he should not rather have forbidden its renewal, than that he should have encouraged it, and even...

Biographical memoranda of Arthur duke of Wellington

1853
...may, at the same time, inform them, that you have my authority to say, that the British Government is very little likely to take advantage of the misfortunes...that the offer would be considered as an insult, and that he should not rather have forbidden its renewal, than that he should have encouraged it, and even...

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...the spirit of Wellesley's conduct is seen in these words addressed to a soldier under his command : " In respect to the bribe offered to you and myself,...Rajah to understand that the offer would be considered an insult." It is unnecessary to say that what was done at Mysore was done, but on a large scale, at...




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