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" It is not to be doubted that this country has been invested with wealth and power, with arts and knowledge, with the sway of distant lands, and the mastery of the restless waters, for some great and important purpose in the government of the world. Can... "
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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Sermons preached chiefly in the chapel of the Foundling hospital, London

Charles Lawson (M.A.) - 1838
...government of the world. Can we suppose otherwise, than that it is our office to carry civilization and humanity, peace and good government, and, above...of the true God, to the uttermost ends of the earth ?—WHIWILL'S Sermon be/ore the Trinity Board. Judge of the Civil Court and Criminal Sessions of Furrukhabad....
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The Doctrine of Limits with Its Applications: Namely, Conic Sections, the ...

William Whewell - Calculus - 1838 - 172 pages
...government of the world. Can we suppose otherwise, than that it is our office to carry civilization and humanity, peace and good government, and, above...of the true God, to the uttermost ends of the earth ? — WHEWEIX.S Sermon before the Trinity Board. NOTES on INDIAN AFFAIRS. By the Hon. F. 3. SHORE,...
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The African Slave Trade: Part II. The Remedy

Sir Thomas Fowell Buxton - Africa - 1840 - 259 pages
...government of the world. Can we suppose otherwise than that it is our office to carry civilization and humanity, peace and good government, and, above...all, the knowledge of the true God, to the uttermost end of the earth ?" * Since that passage was written, Great Britain has refuted the idle, yet once...
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The African Slave Trade and Its Remedy

Sir Thomas Fowell Buxton - Africa, West - 1840 - 582 pages
...government of the world. Can we suppose otherwise than that it is our office to1 carry civilization and humanity, peace and good government, and, above...all, the knowledge of the true God, to the uttermost end of the earth ?"* Since that passage was written, Great Britain has refuted the idle, yet once the...
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Mission to England, in behalf of the American colonization society

Ralph Randolph Gurley, American Colonization Society - History - 1841 - 264 pages
...Government of the world. Can we suppose otherwise than that it is our office to carry civilization and humanity, peace and good government, and above...all, the knowledge of the true God to the uttermost end of the earth ?' "* After alluding to West Indian emancipation as in his judgment an act of great...
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Christianity and Politics

William Cunningham - Christian sociology - 1915 - 270 pages
...the course of nations? " Can we suppose otherwise, than that it is our office to carry civili"zation and humanity, peace and good government, and, above...of the true God, to the uttermost ends of the earth ? "When we see how the political power of ancient Rome, the extent "and unity of the great empire of...
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Christianity and Politics

William Cunningham - Christian sociology - 1915 - 270 pages
...great and important purpose in the "government of the world, by Him who guides the course of nations? " Can we suppose otherwise, than that it is our office to carry civili" station and humanity, peace and good government, and, above all, " the knowledge of the true...
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The Image of Africa: British Ideas and Action, 1780-1850, Volume 2

Philip D. Curtin - History - 1973 - 526 pages
...nations. These were given for some higher purpose than commercial prosperity and military renown. . . . 'Can we suppose otherwise than that it is our office to carry civilization and humanity, peace and good government, and, above all the knowledge of the true God,...
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A Victorian Missionary and Canadian Indian Policy: Cultural Synthesis Vs ...

David Nock, Canadian Corporation for Studies in Religion - Biography & Autobiography - 1988 - 194 pages
...her religious advantages," could have been bestowed for any other purpose than "to carry civilization and humanity, peace and good government, and, above...the true God, to the uttermost ends of the earth." Report of the Select Committee on Aborigines, 2d ed. (Capetown: C. Struik Ltd., 1966), 76. See also...
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Comparing the Policy of Aboriginal Assimilation: Australia, Canada, and New ...

Andrew Armitage - Education - 1995 - 286 pages
...government of the world. Can we suppose otherwise than that it is our office to carry civilization and humanity, peace and good government, and above...the true God, to the uttermost ends of the earth? - British Parliamentary Papers, Report of the Select Committee on Aborigines, 1837 The process of European...
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