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" various works and pamphlets against their errors, in the native and foreign languages. This raised such a feeling against me, that I was at last deserted by every person except two or three Scotch friends, to whom, and the nation to which they belong,... "
The Gentleman's Magazine, and Historical Chronicle, for the Year ... - Página 362
1833
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The Dublin University Magazine: A Literary and Political Journal

1873
...still greater boldness. Availing myself of the art of printing, now established in India, I published various works and pamphlets against their errors,...nation to which they belong, I always feel grateful. " 'The ground which I took in all my controversies -was, not that of opposition to Brahminism, but...
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The Annual Biography and Obituary, Volumen18

1834
...still greater boldness. Availing myself of the art of printing now established in India, I published various works and pamphlets against their errors,...nation to which they belong, I always feel grateful. “The ground which I took in all my controversies was, not that of opposition to Brahminism, but to...
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The Monthly Review

1834
...still greater boldness. Availing himself of the art of printing, now established in India, he published various works and pamphlets against their errors,...foreign languages. This raised such a feeling against him, that he was at last deserted by every person except two or three Scotch friends, to whom, and...
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The Phrenological Journal and Miscellany, Volumen8

1834
...still greater boldness. Availing myself of the art of printing, now established in India, I published various works and pamphlets against their errors, in the native and foreign languages. " Among other works, he published, in Persian, with an Arabic preface, a treatise entitled, " Against...
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Anglo-India, social, moral and political; a collection of papers from the ...

Asiatic journal - 1838
...This was followed by other works, with the same end, in the vernacular languages, "which," he says, " raised such a feeling against me, that I was at last...nation to which they belong, I always feel grateful." He was publicly accused of "rashness, self-conceit, arrogance, and impiety;" and amongst other trials...
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The Last Days in England of the Rajah Rammohun Roy

Mary Carpenter - 1866 - 255 páginas
...still greater boldness. Availing myself of the art of printing, now established in India, I published various works and pamphlets against their errors,...nation to which they belong, I always feel grateful. " The ground which I took in all my controversies was, not that of opposition to Brahminism, but to...
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The Last Days in England of the Rajah Rammohun Roy

Mary Carpenter - 1866 - 255 páginas
...still greater boldness. Availing myself of the art of printing, now established in India, I published various works and pamphlets against their errors,...whom, and the nation to which they belong, I always fee] grateful. “The ground which I took in all my controversies was, not that of opposition to Brahminism,...
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The Last Days in England of the Rajah Rammohun Roy

Mary Carpenter - 1866 - 255 páginas
...still greater boldness. Availing myself of the art of printing, tow«estSblished in India, I published various works and pamphlets against their errors,...feeling against me, that I was at last deserted by every«person except two or three Scotch friends, to whom, and the nation to which they belong, I always...
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The Last Days in England of the Rajah Rammohun Roy

Mary Carpenter - 1875 - 178 páginas
...still greater boldness. Availing myself of the art of printing, now established in India, I published various works and pamphlets against their errors,...nation to which they belong, I always feel grateful. " The ground which I took in all my controversies was, not that of opposition to Brahminism, but to...
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The life of Alexander Duff, Tema 139,Volumen1

George Smith - 1879
...Mesnavi, till they denounced him as nastiJc or atheist. Of this time he afterwards wrote:—" This roused such a feeling against me, that I was at last deserted...nation to which they belong I always feel grateful." In the very year, 1814, in which be took up his residence in Calcutta, he opened the Brumho Sobha, in...
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