They had, in rivalry with him, espoused the cause of the two nawabs whom he had crushed.
The viziers and nawabs that ruled in the name of the emperors rendered them neither obedience nor tribute.
In Hindostan, land is owned either by government or by the native rajahs and nawabs.
Another formal reception of lesser Rajahs and Nawabs took place in the morning.
Everywhere the Mogul viceroys, or "nawabs," were making themselves independent of their imperial master at Delhi.
The Rampur hound is a similar beast, much cherished by sporting Nawabs.
Clive successively established British ascendancy against French influence in the three great provinces under these nawabs.
These are under the orders of different Nawabs, Rajahs, and big men, who think that now is their time for rule.
All were raised to the rank of Nawabs, and placed in situations of high trust and emoluments.