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" Lord Dalhousie begins with a claim on the Burmese for less than a thousand pounds ; which is followed by the additional demand of an apology from the Governor of Rangoon for the insult offered to our officers ; next, his terms are raised to one hundred... "
Southeast Asia: A Historical Encyclopedia, from Angkor Wat to East Timor - Page 157
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How Wars are Got Up in India: The Origin of the Burmese War

Richard Cobden - Anglo-Burmese War, 1st, 1824-1826 - 1853 - 59 pages
...thousand pounds ; which is followed by the additional demand of an apology from the Governor of Eangoon for the insult offered to our officers ; next, his...the king's ministers ; then follows the invasion of the Burmese territory ; when, suddenly, all demands for pecuinary compensation and apologies cease,...
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The political writings of Richard Cobden, Volume 2

Richard Cobden - 1867
...Dalhousie begins with a claim on the Burmese for less than a thousand pounds ; which is followed by the additional demand of an apology from the Governor...the King's ministers ; then follows the invasion of the Burmese territory; when, suddenly, all demands for pecuniary compensation and apologies cease,...
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Political Writings: Letter to Henry Ashworth. How wars are got up in India ...

Richard Cobden - Great Britain - 1867
...Dalhousie begins with a claim on the Burmese for less than a thousand pounds ; which is followed by the additional demand of an apology from the Governor...the King's ministers ; then follows the invasion of the Burmese territory ; when, suddenly, all demands for pecuniary compensation and apologies cease,...
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