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" French officers walking about at some distance, discoursing together with apparent unconcern. For the honor of human nature I would hope that this flagrant breach of every... "
Three years' travels throughout [!] the interior parts of North America, for ... - Seite 178
von Jonathan Carver - 1813 - 280 Seiten
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Band 50

1780
...apparent unconcern. For the honour of human nature I would hope, fays he, that this flagrant breach oi every facred law proceeded rather from the favage difpofition of the Indians, (which he acknowledge* is fometimes almoft impoflible to control, and which might now unexpectedly have arrived...
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Annual Register, Band 21

Edmund Burke - 1778
...officers walking about at fome diftance, difcourfing together with apparent unconcern. For die honour of human nature I would hope that this flagrant breach...from the favage difpofition of the Indians, which I acknowledge it is fometimes almoft impoffible to controul, and which might now unexpectedly have...
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The Scots Magazine, Band 42

1780
...officers walking about at fome diftance, difcouifing together with apparent unconcern. For the honour of human nature I would hope, that this flagrant breach of every (which I acknowledge it is fometirnes almoft impoffible to control, and which might now unexpectedly...
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Annual Register, Band 21

1800
...officers walking about at fome diflance, difcourfing together with apparent unconcern. For the honour of human nature, I would hope that this flagrant breach...every facred law proceeded rather from the favage difpoCtion of the Indians, which I acknowledge it is fometimes almoll impofltble to controul, and which...
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The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History, Politics, and Literature for ...

1800
...officers walking about at fome diiiance, difcourling together with apparent unconcern. For the honour of human nature, I would hope that this flagrant breach of every facred law proceeded rather from the iavage difpofition of the Indians, which I acknowledge it is fometimes almoft impoflible to controul,...
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The Annual Register of World Events: A Review of the Year, Band 21

1800
...officers walking about at fome difhtnK, difcourfing together with apparent unconcern. For the honour of human nature, I would hope that this flagrant breach of every facred law proceeded rather from tie favage difpofition of the Indians, which I acknowledge it is fometime? almolt impoflible to controuJ,...
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Three Years Travels Throughout the Interior Parts of North America: For More ...

Jonathan Carver, John Coakley Lettsom - 1802 - 312 Seiten
...tacitly permitted them ; for I could plainly perceive the French officers walking about at fome diftance, difcourfing together with apparent unconcern. For...from the favage difpofition of the Indians, which I acknowledge it is fometimes almoft impoffible to control, and which might now unexpectedly have arrived...
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The Canadian Reader: Designed for the Use of Schools and Families

M. Randall (Jr.) - 1834 - 308 Seiten
...them ; for I could plainly perceive the French officers walking about at some distance, discoursing together with apparent unconcern. For the honor of...nature I would hope that this flagrant breach of every sacred law, proceeded rather from the savage disposition of the Indians, which I acknowledge it is...
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Indian Captivities, Being a Collection of the Most Remarkable Narratives of ...

Samuel G. Drake - 1839 - 360 Seiten
...them ; for I could plainly perceive the French officers walking about at some distance, discoursing together with apparent unconcern. For the honor of...nature I would hope that this flagrant breach of every sacred law proceeded rather from the savage disposition of the Indians, which I acknowledge it is sometimes...
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The History of Rowley: Anciently Including Bradford, Boxford, and Georgetown ...

Thomas Gage, James Bradford - 1840 - 483 Seiten
...them ; for I could plainly perceive the French officers walking about at some distance, discoursing together with apparent unconcern. For the honor of...nature, I would hope that this flagrant, breach of every sacred law, proceeded rather from the savage disposition of the Indians, which I acknowledge it is...
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