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" Now their cleared grounds in all their villages (which are situate in the fruitfullest places of the land) \ shall be inhabited by us, whereas heretofore the grubbing of woods was the greatest labour."72 69. "
Lectures on Colonization and Colonies - עמוד 154
מאת Herman Merivale - 1842
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British Colonization and Coloured Tribes

Saxe Bannister - 1838 - 323 דפים
...sword (wherein there is more ease, benefit, and glory), and possessing the fruits of others' labours. Now their cleared grounds in all their villages, which...heretofore the grubbing of woods was the greatest labour. " 3dly. Because those commodities which the Indians enjoyed as much or rather more than we, shall now...
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The Conquest of Canada, כרך 1

George Warburton - 1849 - 508 דפים
...them. " Now these cleared grounds in nil their villages, which are situated in the fruitfullest parts of the land, shall be inhabited by us, whereas heretofore...grubbing of woods was the greatest labour. The way of conquering them is much more easy than that of civilising them by fair means ; for they are a rude,...
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The Conquest of Canada

1850
...them. "Now these cleared grounds in all their villages, which are situated in the fruitfullest parts of the land, shall be inhabited by us, whereas heretofore the grubbing of woods was the greatest labor. The wray of conquering them is much more easy than that of civilizing them by fair means ; for...
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White Supremacy: A Comparative Study of American and South African History

George M. Fredrickson - 1982 - 356 דפים
...we shall enjoy their cultivated places. . . . Now their cleared grounds in all their villages . . . shall be inhabited by us, whereas heretofore the grubbing of woods was the greatest labour."46 As in parts of Ireland, therefore, the resistance of the indigenous people to English encroachment...
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The American Indian in Western Legal Thought: The Discourses of Conquest

Robert A. Williams Jr. - 1992 - 368 דפים
..."for the good of the Plantation. Now their cleared grounds in all their villages (which are situated in the fruitfullest places of the land) shall be inhabited...heretofore the grubbing of woods was the greatest labor."132 Other fortuities arose from the massacre as well: Because the way of conquering them is...
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American Holocaust: The Conquest of the New World

David E. Stannard - 1993 - 358 דפים
...rejoicing Edward Waterhouse at the time, "whereby wee shall enjoy their cultivated places . . . [and] their cleared grounds in all their villages (which...fruitfullest places of the land) shall be inhabited by us."17 Hundreds of Indians were killed in skirmish after skirmish. Other hundreds were killed in successful...
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Red Man's Land/white Man's Law: The Past and Present Status of the American ...

Wilcomb E. Washburn - 1995 - 314 דפים
...of Warre, and law of Nations, invade the Country, and destroy them who sought to destroy us. . . . Now their cleared grounds in all their villages (which...heretofore the grubbing of woods was the greatest labour.16 The Virginia Company seized on the Massacre to order a war against the Indians, dispossession...
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This Land, this South: An Environmental History

Albert E. Cowdrey - 1996 - 240 דפים
...that some settlers consoled themselves for the massacre of 1622 by reflecting that now the Indians' "cleared grounds in all their villages (which are...heretofore the grubbing of woods was the greatest labour."9 Meanwhile the colonists were trying a variety of possible exports. They obtained corn from...
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The English Literatures of America, 1500-1800

Myra Jehlen, Michael Warner - 1997 - 1118 דפים
...of others labours. 36. Agesilaus: king of Sparta. 37. Mattocke: tool similar to an adze or a pick. ehlen Thirdly, Because those commodities which the Indians enjoyed as much or rather more then we, shall...
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A Little Matter of Genocide: Holocaust and Denial in the Americas 1492 to ...

Ward Churchill - 1997 - 531 דפים
...beings, to "invade the Country and destroy them... whereby wee shall enjoy their cultivated places [and] their cleared grounds in all their villages (which...fruitfullest places of the land) shall be inhabited by us.""" While there was, as will be seen in the next section, slaughter aplenty attending this obvious prefiguration...
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