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Página 71 - London, is occasioned by the small-pox; and however beneficial the inoculation of the small-pox may have been to individuals, it appears to have kept- up a constant source of contagion, which has been the means of increasing the number of deaths by what is called the natural disease.
Página 63 - ... here, which you could produce if anything should happen to me. April 2nd. 1916. . . . I hereby bequeath to Mrs. Anne Stuart Lewis, my mother, any property or money left by me at my death. (This includes my drawings, pictures, and Mss.) Signed. PERCY WYNDHAM LEWIS. This form is premature, most probably. But it is just as well to be on the safe side.
Página 159 - LAW 249 land-revenue; that the levying of such rates upon the holders of land irrespective of the amount of their land assessment involves no breach of faith on the part of the government, whether as regards holders of permanent or temporary tenures...
Página 411 - Firdaus rue zamtn ast — hamin ast to, hamin ast to, hamin ast (If there is a paradise on earth it is this, it is this, it is this).
Página 159 - This conclusion is that rating for local expenditure is to be regarded, as it has hitherto been regarded in all the provinces of the Empire, as taxation separate and distinct from the ordinary land revenue ; that the levying of such rates upon the holders of land, irrespective of the amount of their land assessment, involves no breach of faith on the part of the Government, whether as regards...
Página 178 - Disappointments and partial failures may occur ; but the object in view being the instruction of many peoples and races in a good system of administration, His Excellency in Council is fully convinced that the Local Governments and all their subordinates will enlist the active assistance, or, at all events, the sympathy of many classes who have hitherto taken little or no part in the work of social and material advancement.
Página 416 - Forbidden to you is that which dies of itself, and blood, and the flesh of swine, and that which is devoted to other than God...
Página 141 - Where the whole power of Government vesta in a single indivi" dual, it is never safe to relax a certain measure of oversight. For how" ever good a thing it is to have the personal activity and responsibility " proper to individual action, you are at the same time liable to personal " idiosyncracies, to an over-zeal or activity in some particular direction, and " sometimes also to the prevalence of a crotchet, or (but this rarely) to " remissness or unwillingness to grapple 'with some special question,...
Página 229 - Dukshina. 2. In reply I am desired to state for the information of the...
Página 159 - Empire, as taxation separate and distinct from the ordinary land revenue ; that the levying of such rates upon the holders of land, irrespective of the amount of their land assessment, involves no breach of faith on the part of the Government, whether as regards holders of permanent or of temporary tenures ; and that, where such rates are levied at all, they ought as far as may be possible, to be levied equally, without distinction and without exemption, upon all the holders of property accessible...