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" I have, perhaps, had more intercourse with these people, and more favourable opportunities of seeing what they really are, than any other person in the colony. My object has always been to conciliate them, to give them an interest in cultivating our friendship,... "
The present state of Australia - Page 57
by Robert Dawson (agent of Australian agric. co.) - 1830
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The Westminster Review, Volume 12

English literature - 1829 - 558 pages
...people, short as my residence has been here, and more favourable opportunities of seeing what they are, than any other person in the colony.. My object...friendship, and to afford them protection against injuries and insults. They have commonly been treated, in distant parts of the colony, as if they had...
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Review of The Picture of Australia: Exhibiting New Holland, Van Dieman's ...

Australia - 1830 - 34 pages
...people, short as my residence has been here, and more favourable opportunities of seeing what they Ğre, than any other person in the colony. My object has...friendship, and to afford them protection against injuries and insults. They have commonly been treated, in distant parts of the colony, as if they had...
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The Imperial magazine; or, Compendium of religious, moral, & philosophical ...

1831 - 616 pages
...here, I have, perhaps, had more intercourse with these people, and more favourable opportunities uf seeing what they really are, than any other person...friendship, and to afford them protection against the injuries or insults from the people on this establishment, or elsewhere within my jurisdiction....
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The Imperial Magazine

Samuel Drew - 1831 - 658 pages
...bad treatment by thrir white neighbours. Short as my residence has been here, I have, perhaps, bad more intercourse with these people, and more favourable...really are, than any other person In the colony. My ob* ject bas always been to conciliate them, to Ğive them an interest in cultivating our friendship,...
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