The proclamation: "We have not the slightest intention of abandoning our Indian possessions and that it is highly improbable that any such intention will be entertained by our posterity", was made by which of the following British colonial administrators?

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  1. Lord Dufferin
  2. Lord Canning
  3. Lord Curzon
  4. Lord Cornwallis
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Answer: Option 3

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