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Race and the migrant self
Satadru Sen

are sure that his subjects will have the fullest advantage of his progressive ideas and English education.” 293 The Jam-e-Jamshed declared that with his English background, Ranjitsinhji was certain to be “an enlightened and progressive ruler,” 294 and the Indian Spectator speculated: “If he shows in his new role half the energy he has displayed in his favourite game, he ought to make a more than average Kathiawar Chief.” 295 Ranjitsinhji disillusioned them in short order. In May of 1909, the Gujarati

in Migrant races
Chandrika Kaul

, including the Englishman, Indian Spectator and Madras Weekly Mail. Besides salaried correspondents, there were other writers who received a retaining fee and a fixed amount per telegram published – usually lOs. For any mail matter published, payment was made at the rate of £3 a column. 40 The costs for special correspondents varied. The visit of James in 1907 cost the paper

in Reporting the Raj