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" ... or whether we have as far as we have been able, informed their ignorance, and invited and afforded them the opportunity of becoming partakers of that civilization, that innocent commerce, that knowledge and that faith with which it has pleased a gracious... "
The wreck, the rescue, and the massacre, an account of the loss of the ... - Page 70
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
...ignorance, and invited and afforded them the opportunity of becoming partakers of that civilization, that innocent commerce, that knowledge and that faith...pleased a gracious Providence to bless our own country. It is our duty to express the satisfaction we have felt in the perusal of this Report, and we acknowledge...
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Tracts Relative to the Aborigines

Aboriginal Australians - 1843 - 218 pages
...ignorance, and invited and afforded them the opportunity of becoming partakers of that civilization, that innocent commerce, that knowledge and that faith...pleased a gracious Providence to bless our own country. SUGGESTIONS. HAVING thus adverted to some of the more remarkable of those incidents by which the intercourse...
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History of New Zealand, Volume 3

George William Rusden - Maori (New Zealand people) - 1883
...ignorance, and invited them, and afforded them the opportunity of becoming partakers of that civilization, that innocent commerce, that knowledge, and that faith...pleased a gracious Providence to bless our own country." With these premisses Mr. Gladstone's studies in colonization began ; and after brief space New Zealand...
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The Early Public Life of William Ewart Gladstone, Four Times Prime Minister

Sir Alfred Robbins - 1894 - 464 pages
...untutored and defenceless savage ; whether it has been engaged in seizing their lands, warring upon their people, and transplanting unknown disease, and deeper...pleased a gracious Providence to bless our own country.' And, passing from the general to the particular, the committee recommended that the protection of the...
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History of New Zealand, Volume 3

George William Rusden - Maori (New Zealand people) - 1895
...ignorance, and invited them, and afforded them the opportunity of becoming partakers of that civilization, that innocent commerce, that knowledge, and that faith...has pleased a gracious Providence to bless our own country."31 With these premisses Mr. Gladstone's studies in colonization began ; and after brief space...
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Dispossession: Black Australians and white invaders

Henry Reynolds - History - 1996 - 240 pages
...ignorance, and invited and afforded them the opportunity of becoming partakers of that civilization, that innocent commerce, that knowledge and that faith...pleased a gracious Providence to bless our own country. The new policies emanating from the Imperial Government influenced the actions of the colonial governments...
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Equal Subjects, Unequal Rights: Indigenous Peoples in British Settler ...

Julie Evans - History - 2003 - 198 pages
...opportunity of becoming partakers of that civilization, that innocent commerce, that knowledge and faith with which it has pleased a gracious Providence to bless our own country.27 It was through this argument that the evangelicals of the Committee reconciled themselves...
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Religion Versus Empire?: British Protestant Missionaries and Overseas ...

Andrew Porter - History - 2004 - 373 pages
...their ignorance, and ... afforded them the opportunity of becoming partakers of that civilization, that innocent commerce, that knowledge and that faith...has pleased a gracious Providence to bless our own country.'2-'' Paternalistic in tone, unquestioning of Britain's self-evident superiority, the Report...
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