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" But as soon as there shall he no threats of the confederacy, either by the withdrawing of Scindiah, or from the success of the war, it is my opinion that we ought either entirely to new model the alliance, or to withdraw from it. You are well acquainted... "
The Dispatches of Field Marshal the Duke of Wellington, K. G. During His ... - Page 187
by Arthur Wellesley Duke of Wellington - 1835
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Selections from the Dispatches and General Orders of Field Marshall the Duke ...

Arthur Wellesley Duke of Wellington - Great Britain - 1842 - 939 pages
...I doubt, we should only defer them to a period at which, probably, we should be less prepared thon we are at the present moment. But as soon as there...has had exclusive power in the state : it is true, lhat all treaties have been negotiated under his authority, and have been concluded in his name ; but...
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Arthur Wellesley Duke of Wellington - Great Britain - 1851 - 939 pages
...enemy's country, and so I have told Colonel Close.' 52. To Major Malcolm. Camp. 20lli June, 103. ' I have received your letter of the 18th, with the...has had exclusive power in the state: it is true, I hat all treaties have been negotiated under his authority, and have been concluded in his name ;...
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Selections from the Dispatches and General Orders of Field Marshall the Duke ...

Arthur Wellesley Duke of Wellington - Great Britain - 1851 - 939 pages
...probably, we should be less prepared than we are at the present moment. But as soon as there shall he no threats of the confederacy, either by the withdrawing...have consented to them ; and the want of this consent on the part of any one of them in this case, or of power in the head of the empire, independent of...
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Selections from the Dispatches and General Orders of Field Marshall the Duke ...

Arthur Wellesley Duke of Wellington - Great Britain - 1851 - 939 pages
...opinions on this subject. The greater experience I gain of Marlmtta affairs, the more convinced I nm that we have been mistaken entirely regarding the...have consented to them ; and the want of this consent on the part of any one of them in this case, or of power in the head of the empire, independent of...
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The Anglo-Maratha Campaigns and the Contest for India: The Struggle for ...

Randolf G S Cooper, Randolf G. S. Cooper - Business & Economics - 2003 - 437 pages
...(February 1991), 34-8. 78. Two months before the outbreak of hostilities in 1803, Arthur Wellesley wrote: 'The greater experience I gain of Marhatta affairs,...Peshwah never has had exclusive power in the state.' See Arthur Wellesley to Major Malcolm, Camp, 20 June 1803 in Selections From the Dispatches and General...
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