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עמוד 75 - Refrain from these men, and let them alone: for if this counsel or this work be of men, it will come to nought: But if it be of God, ye cannot overthrow it; lest haply ye be found even to fight against God.
עמוד 77 - No distance breaks the tie of blood ; Brothers are brothers evermore ; Nor wrong, nor wrath of deadliest mood, That magic may o'erpower ; Oft, ere the common source be known, The kindred drops will claim their own, And throbbing pulses silently Move heart towards heart by sympathy. So is it with true Christian hearts ; Their mutual share in Jesus...
עמוד 59 - I cannot conclude this despatch without expressing my sense of the importance of the subject of it, and my hope that your experience may enable you to suggest some general plan by which we may acquit ourselves of the obligations which we owe towards this helpless race of beings.
עמוד 89 - COMPANION to the BOOK of COMMON PRAYER, of the United Church of England and Ireland.
עמוד 39 - And we do hereby publicly, explicitly, and deliberately protest against, dissent from, and contradict, any and every act of episcopal or metropolitan authority done or to be done, at any time, or by any person whatever, by virtue of any right or title derived from any assumed jurisdiction, power, superiority, pre-eminence, or authority of the said Bishop of Rome, enabling him to institute any episcopal see or sees within the diocese and province hereinbefore named.
עמוד 59 - I cannot acquiesce in the theory that they are incapable of improvement, and that their extinction before the advance of the white settler is a necessity which it is impossible to control. I recommend them to your protection and favourable consideration with the greatest earnestness, but at the same time with perfect confidence : and I assure you that I shall be willing and anxious to co-operate with you in any arrangement for their civilization which may hold out a fair prospect of success.
עמוד 59 - I should not, without the most extreme reluctance, admit that nothing can be done ; that with respect to them alone the doctrines of Christianity must be inoperative, and the advantages of civilization incommunicable. I cannot acquiesce in the theory that they are incapable of improvement, and that their extinction before the advance of the white settler is a necessity which it is impossible to control.
עמוד 27 - Nothing could exceed the friendliness," writes the bishop, " of my reception by his Excellency the Governor, Colonel Robe, who pressed me to take up my abode, with all my family and servants, at his house. In the evening there was a large assembly in honour of the day, which afforded me the opportunity of being introduced to many of the principal persons of the colony and seeing a large portion of the society of Adelaide. It was like a dream. The tone and appearance of the party assembled, the music,...
עמוד 4 - ... besides which it contains lettuces, beets, spinach, red cabbages, cauliflowers, turnips, broad beans, parsley, onions, love apples, &c., in small quantities, with a tolerable quantity of Indian corn just coming up, and more than an eighth of an acre of potatoes in capital condition. Add to these, nine apple-trees, and a seedling from our own garden, two cherries, two almonds, six gooseberries, six currants, three or four dozen seedling almonds, and as many vines from dried fruit we accumulated...
עמוד 60 - ... their extinction, before the advance of the white settler, is a necessity which it is impossible to control. I recommend them to your protection, and favourable consideration with the greatest earnestness, but, at the same time, with perfect confidence, and, I assure you, that I shall be willing and anxious to co-operate with you in any arrangement for their civilization which may hold out a fair prospect of success.