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" While he contended earnestly for the liberty of the people born in one quarter of the globe, he laboured to enslave the inhabitants of another region ; and in the warmth of his zeal to save the Americans from the yoke, pronounced it to be lawful and expedient... "
Retrospective Review, and Historical and Antiquarian Magazine - Страница 247
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The History, Civil and Commercial, of the British Colonies in the West ...

Bryan Edwards - 1793
...he kboured to cnflave the inhabitants of another region ;, and,, in the warmth of his zeal to fave the Americans from the yoke, pronounced, it to be lawful and expedient to impofe one* Jlill heavier, upon the Africans." It would be difficult perhaps to- fay what yoke could...

The history of America. In which is included the posthumous volume ..., Том 5

William Robertson - 1803
...globe, he laboured to enflave the inhabitants of another region ; and in the warmth of his zeal to fave the Americans from the yoke, pronounced it to -be lawful and expedient to impofe one {till heavier upon the Africans. Unfortunately for the latter, Las Cafas's plan was adopted....

The History, Civil and Commercial, of the British Colonies in the ..., Том 2

Bryan Edwards - 1806
...bora in one quarter of the globe, he laboured to enslave1 the inhabitants of another region; and in warmth of his zeal to save the Americans from the...to impose one, still heavier, upon the Africans." It * Herrera, decad. i. lib. 2. c. 10. f Robertson, Hist. Amer. would be difficult, perhaps, to say...

The History, Civil and Commercial, of the British Colonies in the ..., Том 2

Bryan Edwards - 1807 - 616 страници
...concerting the means of restoring freedom to another. " While he contended," says a late writer (d), "' for the liberty of the people born in one quarter...to impose one, still heavier, upon the Africans." It would be difficult perhaps to say what yoke could well be heavier than the rigorous one imposed...

The History of Barbados: From the First Discovery of the Island, in the Year ...

John Poyer - 1808 - 668 страници
...perpetual slavery. curred unmerited censure. " While he contended," say* the great Dr. Robinson, " for the liberty of the people born in one quarter...to impose one, still heavier, upon the Africans." " But the conduct ef Las Casas," says the elegant historian of the West Indies, .." is not fairly stated...

America: In which is Included the Posthumous Volume Containing the ..., Том 1

William Robertson - 1809
...race of men to slavery, while he was consulting about the means of restoiing liberty to another f. But Las Casas, from, the inconsistency natural to...expedient to impose one still heavier upon the Africans. Unfortunately for the latter, Las Cases' s plan was adopted. Charles granted a patent to one of his...

The West Indies, and Other Poems

James Montgomery - 1810 - 160 страници
...to enslave the inhabitants of ano' ther region, and, in his zeal to save the Americans from ' tiie yoke, pronounced it to be lawful and expedient to ' impose one still heavier on the Africans.' — Robertson's History of America, Vol. I., Part III. But the circumstance connected...

The History of America, Том 1

William Robertson - 1812
...inhabitants of another region; and in the warmth of his zeal to save .the Amerieans from the yoke, pronouneed it to be lawful and expedient to impose one still heavier upon the Afrieans. Unfortunately for the latter, Las Casas's plan was adopted. Charles granted a patent to one...

The Historical Works of William Robertson: With an Account of His ..., Том 3

William Robertson - 1813
...this distinction. While he contended : earnestly for the liberty of the people born in one quarter i ' of the globe, he laboured to enslave the inhabitants...expedient to impose one still heavier upon the Africans. Unfortunately for the latter, LasCasas's plan was adopted. Charles granted a patent to one of his Flemish...

The historical works of William Robertson, with an account of his life and ...

William Robertson - 1813
...While be contended m- earnestly for the liberty of the people horn in one quarter isn. of the globe, be laboured to enslave the inhabitants of another region...expedient to impose one still heavier upon the Africans. Unfortunately for the latter, Las Casas's plan was adopted. Charles granted a patent to one of his...




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