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" The British empire has been signally blessed by Providence ; and her eminence, her strength, her wealth, her prosperity, her intellectual, her moral, and her religious advantages, are so many reasons for peculiar obedience to the laws of Him who guides... "
The wreck, the rescue, and the massacre, an account of the loss of the ... - Page 69
by J H. Walker - 1853
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Report of the Parliamentary Select Committee on Aboriginal Tribes, (British ...

Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons. Select Committee on Aboriginal Tribes - Aboriginal Australians - 1837 - 140 pages
...duty to add, that there is a class of motives of a higher order which conduce to the same conclusion. The British empire has been signally blessed by Providence...eminence, her strength, her wealth, her prosperity, her intellectual, her moral, and her religious advantages, are so many reasons for peculiar obedience to...
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Tracts Relative to the Aborigines

Aboriginal Australians - 1843 - 218 pages
...duty to add, that there is a class of motives of a higher order which conduce to the same conclusion. The British empire has been signally blessed by Providence,...eminence, her strength, her wealth, her prosperity, her intellectual, her moral and her religious advantages, are so many reasons for peculiar obedience to...
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The Early Public Life of William Ewart Gladstone, Four Times Prime Minister

Sir Alfred Robbins - 1894 - 464 pages
...themselves.' 'The British empire,' continued the report in terms seldom to be found in blue-books, 'has been signally blessed by Providence, and her...eminence, her strength, her wealth, her prosperity, her intellectual, her moral, and her religious advantages, are so many reasons for peculiar obedience to...
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The Image of Africa: British Ideas and Action, 1780-1850, Volume 2

Philip D. Curtin - History - 1973 - 526 pages
...England's material greatness came first, the God-given means for carrying out the work of civilization: The British Empire has been signally blessed by Providence,...eminence, her strength, her wealth, her prosperity, her intellectual, her moral and her religious advantages, are so many reasons for peculiar obedience to...
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Dispossession: Black Australians and white invaders

Henry Reynolds - History - 1996 - 240 pages
...for as a nation, we have not hesitated to invade many of the rights which they hold most dear . . . The British empire has been signally blessed by Providence,...eminence, her strength, her wealth, her prosperity, her intellectual, her moral and her religious advantages, are so many reasons for peculiar obedience to...
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Imperial Networks: Creating Identities in Nineteenth-century South Africa ...

Alan Lester - History - 2001 - 257 pages
...'there is a class of motives of a higher order which conduce to the same conclusion'. It argued that: The British empire has been signally blessed by Providence,...eminence, her strength, her wealth, her prosperity, her intellectual, her moral and her religious advantages, are so many reasons for peculiar obedience to...
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One Skin for an Overlander

Robert Denis Whittle - 2007 - 284 pages
...Imperial responsibility for the native inhabitants of New South Wales. The British Empire,' they said, 'has been signally blessed by Providence, and her...eminence, her strength, her wealth, her prosperity, her intellectual and moral advantages, are so many reasons for obedience to the laws of Him who guides...
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