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" ... of India to a very large extent by private correspondence between the Secretary of State and the Viceroy. He was disposed to neglect and, I also think, to underrate the value of the views of the Anglo-Indian officials. . . . This idea inevitably tended... "
A Sketch of the History of India from 1858 to 1918 - Page 35
de Henry Dodwell - 1925 - 326 pages
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Thomas George Earl of Northbrook, G.C.S.I.: A Memoir

Sir Bernard Mallet - 1908 - 366 pages
...Anglo-Indian officials. . . . This idea inevitably tended to bring the Viceroy into the same relation to the Secretary of State for India as that in which...strongly convinced that he was quite right. . . . He recognised the subordinate position of the Viceroy, but he held that Parliament had conferred certain...
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Thomas George Earl of Northbrook, G.C.S.I.: A Memoir

Sir Bernard Mallet - 1908 - 404 pages
...Anglo-Indian officials. . . . This idea inevitably tended to bring the Viceroy into the same relation to the Secretary of State for India as that in which...strongly convinced that he was quite right. . . . He recognised the subordinate position of the Viceroy, but he held that Parliament had conferred certain...
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Indian Unrest

Sir Valentine Chirol - 1910 - 408 pages
...AngloIndian officials. . . . This idea inevitably tended to bring the Viceroy into the same relation to the Secretary of State for India as that in which...subordinate position of the Viceroy, but he held that Parliamant had conferred certain rights not only on the Viceroy but on his Council which differentiated...
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Indian Constitutional Documents ...

India - 1918 - 204 pages
...of AngloIndian officials. This idea inevitably tended to bring the Viceroy into the same relation to the Secretary of State for India as that in which...that Parliament had conferred certain rights not only on the Viceroy, but on his Council which differentiated them in a very notable degree from subordinate...
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