(a) Lord Auckland
(b) Lord Ellenborough
(c) Lord Dalhousie
(d) Lord Hmdinge I
Who confessed: ‘The defeats of many Baillies and Braithwaites will not
destroy them. I can ruin their resources by land, but I can not dry up the
sea.’?
(a) Haider Ali
(b) Tipu sultan
(c) Sher Singh
(d) Anwar-ud-din
Who was the governor-general who remarked: ‘What a man is this Lord
Macartney! I yet believe that, in spite of the peace, he will effect the loss of
the Carnatic.’?
(a) Warren Hastings
(b) Lord Cornwallis
(c) Lord Wellesley
(d) Lord Dalhousie
Who confessed in the following way? ‘We have no right to seize Sind, yet we
shall do so, and a very advantageous, useful, humane piece of rascality it will
be.’
(a) Lord Auckland
(b) Lord Ellenborough
(c) Sir Charles Napier
(d) Major James Outram
Who declared: ‘However contrary it may be to our past views and to our
present views, annexation of Punjab is the most advantageous policy for us to
pursue.’?
(a) Lord Hugh Gough
(b) Sir John Lawrence
(c) Lord Ellenborough
(d) Lord Dalhousie
To which place did Murshid Quli Khan transfer his capital from Dacca?
(a) Kasimbazaar