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"Rammohnu Roy instantly placed himself at the head of the native land-holders of Bengal, Behar, and Orissa, and in a petition ot remonstrance to Lord Wiiijam Bentinck, Governor-General, protested against such a bitrary and despotic proceedings. The appeal was unsuccessful in India, wus carried to England, and was there also made in vain :...Rammohun Roy, both in India and England, raised his powerful and warning voice on behalf of hy, conntrymen whom he oved, and on behalf of the Britinh /3oyernraepb to which he v. AB in heart attwnh&â...." 84. Address to Lord William Bentinck, Governor-General of India, upon the passing of the Act for the abolition of the Suttee, too. gg DggBBSt DBBDBB DDD BBD DD DDS DD DDDDD -vs. etfoto Governoon Gazette "to £5 to #:to s attal iS Segg gBB BBBB BBS BBBBB DD TDDDD DDB BBBBBB StttCD AtS SDDSS DSDD S BBS BBB BBBS BBBBB BBB छ:* ५ ब्रtभ:भf१८-* १b#* ३ ७१! नि5ि£ नग्न ! 35. Abstract of the arguments regarding the burnius of widows, cons.oiered as a religious rite. Calcutta, 1880, 帶 86. Esfay on the rights of Hindoos over ancestral property, according to the Law of Hengal, Calcutta, 1880, 47 pp. BB BB SBBBB BSSBLLLDC LCLLL CLLLLLLLSS BBE EDBBB う 5Tびを - 37. Ucunter-petatio.h to the ilouse of Commons to the Ineuiorial of the advocates of the 8tities.
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