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December 1, 1886 - Voice of India - Bombay, Maharashtra, India
 
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December 1, 1886 - Voice of India - Bombay, Maharashtra, India
 
The MATIRATTA (English Weekly), Poona, February 7.

The MATIRATTA (English Weekly), Poona, February 7.

THE change in the Ministry on account of the resignation of the Conservatives, was, as we said, received with mixed feelings in this country; for people feared lest the Committee of Inquiry should be refused. But the Times of India's own at London has removed the doubts. Telegra
February 1, 1886 - Voice of India - Bombay, Maharashtra, India
 
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February 1, 1886 - Voice of India - Bombay, Maharashtra, India
 
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February 1, 1886 - Voice of India - Bombay, Maharashtra, India
 
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= - lw" = - Even the Viceroy advanced this as a cogent argument in favour of the tax. But a fallacy evidently underlies this belief. '[he land tax, it should be remembered, although it is immediately paid by the cultivator, is shared largely by the well-to-do classes. Practicall
February 1, 1886 - Voice of India - Bombay, Maharashtra, India
 
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February 1, 1886 - Voice of India - Bombay, Maharashtra, India
 
MAILOMEDAN OBSERVER (English Weekly), Calcutta, January 23.

MAILOMEDAN OBSERVER (English Weekly), Calcutta, January 23.

WE think the revenues of the State have been greatly exaggerated. It is true that Theebaw enjoyed a very large income, but his method of replenishing his coffers was open to question. For example the tax on monopolies—his chief source of revenuecannot be maintained by the Britis
February 1, 1886 - Voice of India - Bombay, Maharashtra, India