Progress of Information in India
William H Mill
Education, Race, Imperialism, Natural Theology, Superstition
Introduces an extract detailing the 'the many encouraging appearances, now first presented, of the opening of the native mind in India'. Refers particularly to 'the rise, in different parts of India, of persons, who, on the principles of natural religion only, oppose, in speech and writing, the reigning superstitions of their countrymen, as impious and abominable'.
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