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" ... all mankind; a commonwealth, which, in the space of about seventy years, from a beginning of a few hundreds of refugees and indigent men, has grown to be a numerous and flourishing people; a people, -who, from a perfect -wilderness, have brought their... "
The Present State of the British Empire in Europe, America, Africa and Asia - Pagina 298
di J. Goldsmith - 1768 - 486 pagine
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An Account of the European Settlements in America: In Six Parts. I. A Short ...

Edmund Burke - 1770
...beginning of a few hundreds of refugees and indigent men, has grown to be a numerous and flourifhing people ; a people, who, from a perfect wildernefs,...paffive principles, by the rules of moderation and jnftice, better than any other people has done by policy and arms. For Mr. Penn, when, for his father's...
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An Appeal from the Judgments of Great Britain Respecting the United States ...

Robert Walsh - 1819 - 512 pagine
...flourishing people, a people, who from a perfect wilderness, have brought their territory to a state of great cultivation, and filled it with wealthy and populous towns ; and who, in the midst of a fierce and lawless race of men, have preserved themselves with unarmed hands and passive...
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The Eclectic Review, Volume 13;Volume 31

Samuel Greatheed, Daniel Parken, Theophilus Williams, Josiah Conder, Thomas Price, Jonathan Edwards Ryland, Edwin Paxton Hood - 1820
...flourishing people, a people who, from a perfect wilderness, have brought their territory to u state of. great cultivation, and filled it with wealthy and populous towns ; and who, in the midst of a fierce and lawless race ol men, have preserved themselves with unarmed hands and passive...
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American Quarterly Review, Volume 5

Robert Walsh - 1829
...people ; a people, who from a perfect wilderness, have brought their territory to a great state of cultivation, and filled it with wealthy and populous towns ; and who in the midst of a fierce and lawless race of men, have preserved themselves with unarmed hands, and passive...
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