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" ... in all infant colonies, its growing prosperity in great measure, depends. Let it be remembered too, how much misery and vice are likely to prevail in a society in which the women bear no proportion to the men... "
An Irresistible Temptation: The true story of Jane New and a colonial scandal - Page 17
by Carol Baxter - 2006 - 432 pages
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The Monthly Magazine, Volume 36

Art - 1813
...ať in all infant colonies, its growing prosperity in great measure depends. Let it be remembered too how much misery and vice are likely to prevail in a society in wliich the women bear no proportion to the men; in the colony at present, the number of men compared...
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Annals of Philosophy, Or, Magazine of Chemistry, Mineralogy ..., Volume 1

Science - 1813
...in all infant colonies, its growing prosperity in great measure depends. Let it be remembered too, how much misery and vice are likely to prevail in a society in which the women bear no proportion to the men; in the colony at present, the number of men compared to that...
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The Annals of Philosophy, Volume 1

Agriculture - 1813
...in all infant colonies, its growing prosperity in great measure depends. Let it be remembered too, how much misery and vice are likely to prevail in a society in which the women bear no proportion to the men ; in the colony at present, the number of men compared to that...
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The Annual Register of World Events: A Review of the Year, Volume 55

Edmund Burke - History - 1814
...all infant colonies, its growing prosperity in great measure depends. Let it be remembered too, bow much misery and vice are likely to prevail in a society in which ihe women bear no proportion to the men ; in the colony at present, the number of men compared to that...
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The History of New South Wales

James O'Hara - New South Wales - 1818 - 469 pages
...in all infant colonies, its growing prosperity in great measure depends. Let it be remembered too, how much misery and vice are likely to prevail in a society in which the women bear no proportion to the men ; in the colony at present, the number of men compared to that...
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Australia's Birthstain: The Startling Legacy of the Convict Era

Babette Smith - Australia - 2008 - 400 pages
...description, and that in many instances they are likely to whet and encourage the vices of men . . . much misery and vice are likely to prevail in a society in which the women bear no proportion to the men; in the colony at present, the number of men compared to that...
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