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zamindars

zamindars Sentence Examples

  • Engagements, sometimes yearly, sometimes for a term of years, were entered into with the zamindars to pay a lump sum for the area over which they exercised control.

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  • The zamindars of that time were raised to the status of landlords, with rights of transfer and inheritance, subject always to the payment in perpetuity of a rent-charge.

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  • While the claim of Government against the zamindars was thus fixed for ever, it was intended that the rights of the zamindars over their own tenants should be equally restricted.

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  • At the same time the operation of the revenue sale law had introduced a new race of zamindars, who were bound to their tenants by no traditions of hereditary sympathy, but whose sole object was to make a profit out of their newly purchased property.

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  • The authorities in England favoured the zamindars system already at work in Bengal, which appeared at least calculated to secure punctual payment.

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  • The Madras Government was accordingly instructed to enter into permanent engagements with zamindars, and, where no zamindars could be found, to create substitutes out of enterprising contractors.

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  • The attempt resulted in failure in every case, except where the zamindars happened to be the representatives of ancient lines of powerful chiefs.

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  • Throughout the rest of Madras there are no zamindars either in name or fact.

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  • Zamindars, or government farmers, whose office always tended to become hereditary, were recognized as having a right of some sort to collect the revenue from the actual cultivators.

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  • Hastings had the reputation of bearing hard upon the zamindars, and was absorbed in other critical affairs of state or of war.

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  • The settlement is made with the landholders or zamindars, who are frequently a group of persons holding distinct shares in the land, and may be themselves petty cultivators.

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  • In 1793 Lord Cornwallis declared their rights perpetual, and made over the land of Bengal to the previous quasi-proprietors or zamindars, on condition of the payment of a fixed land tax.

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  • Engagements, sometimes yearly, sometimes for a term of years, were entered into with the zamindars to pay a lump sum for the area over which they exercised control.

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  • The zamindars of that time were raised to the status of landlords, with rights of transfer and inheritance, subject always to the payment in perpetuity of a rent-charge.

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  • While the claim of Government against the zamindars was thus fixed for ever, it was intended that the rights of the zamindars over their own tenants should be equally restricted.

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  • At the same time the operation of the revenue sale law had introduced a new race of zamindars, who were bound to their tenants by no traditions of hereditary sympathy, but whose sole object was to make a profit out of their newly purchased property.

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  • The authorities in England favoured the zamindars system already at work in Bengal, which appeared at least calculated to secure punctual payment.

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  • The Madras Government was accordingly instructed to enter into permanent engagements with zamindars, and, where no zamindars could be found, to create substitutes out of enterprising contractors.

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  • The attempt resulted in failure in every case, except where the zamindars happened to be the representatives of ancient lines of powerful chiefs.

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  • Throughout the rest of Madras there are no zamindars either in name or fact.

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  • Zamindars, or government farmers, whose office always tended to become hereditary, were recognized as having a right of some sort to collect the revenue from the actual cultivators.

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  • Hastings had the reputation of bearing hard upon the zamindars, and was absorbed in other critical affairs of state or of war.

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  • The settlement is made with the landholders or zamindars, who are frequently a group of persons holding distinct shares in the land, and may be themselves petty cultivators.

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  • In 1793 Lord Cornwallis declared their rights perpetual, and made over the land of Bengal to the previous quasi-proprietors or zamindars, on condition of the payment of a fixed land tax.

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