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" I established a mint, and coined my own rupees, which I made current in my army and country... "
Military Memoirs of Mr. George Thomas; Who, by Extraordinary Talents and ... - Page 129
1805 - 383 pages
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The Edinburgh Review: Or Critical Journal, Volume 134

1871
...selected between five and sii thousand persons, to whom I allowed every lawful indulgence. 'I established a mint, and coined my own rupees, which I made current in my army and country, as fi-om the commencement of my career at Jyjghur I had resolved to establish an independency. I employed...
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The British Critic and Quarterly Theological Review, Volume 27

1806
...inhabitants, but by degrees and gentle treatment, I felefted between five and fix thoufand perfons, to whom I allowed every lawful indulgence. " I eftablifh'ed...refolved to eftablifh an independency, I employed workmen and artificers of all kinds, and I now judged that nothing but force of arms could maintain...
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The British Critic: A New Review, Volume 27

1806
...between five and fix tlioufund perfons, to whom I allowed every lawful indulgence. " I eftabliftied a mint, and coined my own rupees, which I made current...refolved to eftablifh an independency, I employed workmen and artificers of all kinds, and I now judged that nothing but force of arms could maintain...
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The Literary Magazine, and American Register, Volume 6

Charles Brockden Brown - 1806
...collected between five and six thousand persons, to whom t allowed every lawful indulgence. " I established a mint, and coined my own rupees, which I made current...from the commencement of my career at Jyjur, I had resolved to establish an indepehdency, I employed workmen and artificers of all kinds, and I now judged...
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The British Critic: A New Review, Volume 27

1806
...felefted between five and fix thoufand perfons, to whom I allowed every lawful indulgence. " I eftablimed a mint, and coined my own rupees, which I made current...from the commencement of my career at Jyjur, I had rcfolved to eftablifh an independency, I employed workmen and artificers of all kinds, and I now judged...
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The Monthly Review

1806
...The town standing upon a hill is peculiarly well adapted to a permanent residence. " I established a mint, and coined my own rupees, which I made current...from the commencement of my career at Jyjur, I had resolved to establish an independency, I employed workmen and artificers of all kinds, and 1 now judged...
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The Monthly review. New and improved ser, Volume 50

1806
...five and six thousand persons, to whom I allowed every lawful indulgence. " I established a mint, aud coined my own rupees, which I made current in my army...from the commencement of my career at Jyjur, I had resolved to establish an independency, I employed workmen and artificers of all kinds, and I now judged...
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The Asiatic Annual Register, Or, A View of the History of ..., Volume 6

Lawrence Dundas Campbell, E. Samuel - 1806
...thousand persons, to whom I allowed every lawful indulgence. " I established a mint and cr.rnrd tny own rupees, which I made current in my army and country....from the commencement of my career at -Jyjur, I had resolved to establish an independency, I employed workmen and artificers ot all kinds; and I now judged...
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The Critical Review, Or, Annals of Literature

Tobias George Smollett - 1806
...between five *nd six thousand- persone, to whom I allowed every lawful indulfcnte. ' I established a mint, and coined my own rupees, which I made current in my army and country: as from th commencement of my career at Jyjur, I had resolved to establish an independency, ï employed workmen...
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The Asiatic Annual Register, or View of the History of Hindustan, and of the ...

Lawrence Dundas Campbell, Ewq. - 1806
...thousand persons, to whom I allowed lawful indulgence. " I established a mint and ccinorl my own rupees, which I made current in my army and country. As, iron the commencement ot' my career at Jyjur, I had resolved to establish an independency, I employed...
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