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" We cannot allow the colonies to check, or discourage in any degree, a traffic so beneficial to the nation. "
The Quarterly Review - Sivu 522
1825
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The Edinburgh Review: Or Critical Journal, Nide 193

1901
...slave-owner ; Lord Dartmouth, one of the most religious statesmen of the century, declared that we could not allow the Colonies to check or discourage in any degree a traffic so beneficial to the nation ; and Newton, the evangelist, who was at one time the captain of a slave ship, said that he never knew sweeter...

Considerations on the abolition of Negro slavery: and the means of ...

Joseph Foster Barham - 1823 - 85 sivua
...the agent of Jamaica, remonstrated against that report, and pleaded against it on all the grounds of justice and humanity ; but Great Britain, by the mouth...traffic so beneficial to the nation." And this was in 1 774 ! * The conduct of this town, with regard to the Slave It is presumed, after this, not many persons...

The British Critic: A New Review, Nide 21

1823
...Board, answered it on all the grounds of justice by the following declaration: and humanity ; but ' We cannot allow the Colonies , to check or discourage,...so beneficial to the nation.' And this was in 1774- !" P. 27. After the above expression of our opinions, it is almost needless to say, that we rest our...

The Common-sense book

1824
...the agent of Jamaica, remonstrated against that report, and pleaded against it on all the grounds of justice and humanity ; but Great Britain, by the mouth...beneficial to the nation.' And this was in 1774!" The continuation of the Slave trade, having thus been forced upon the West Indian colonists, they extended...

The Oriental herald and colonial review [ed. by J.S. Buckingham].

James Silk Buckingham
...Colonies, nnd that it has been declared by the Ministers of ihr Crown, that it would not be 'allowed to the Colonies to check or discourage, in any degree, a traffic so beneficial and necessary to the Mother Country.1 " That various Acts have bet- n passed by the Legislature of...

The West India Question Practically Considered

Sir Robert Wilmot Horton - 1826 - 121 sivua
...petitioned against it. The matter was referred to the Board of Trade, and that Board reported against it. Great Britain, by the mouth of the Earl of Dartmouth,...beneficial to the nation.'' And this was in 1774! Such are the statements and reasonings which appear to belong to a practical consideration of the West...

The West India Question Practically Considered

Sir Robert Wilmot Horton - 1826 - 121 sivua
...that Board reported against it. Great Britain, by the mouth of the Earl of Dartmouth, then^President of the Board, answered by the following declaration...so beneficial to the nation." And this was in 1774! Such are the statements and reasonings which appear to belong to a practical consideration of the West...

A Practical View of the Present State of Slavery in the West Indies; Or, An ...

Alexander Barclay - 1827 - 512 sivua
...board, milt OD all the grounds of justice swered by the following deand humanity ; but claration : — " We cannot allow the colonies to check or discourage,...establishing slavery with those who happen now to be the actual owners of slaves. ' But still there are some points to be closely examined before we shall...

Chronological History of the West Indies, Nide 2

Thomas Southey - 1827
...was referred to the board of trade, and that board reported against it." The Earl of Dartmouth, the president of the board, answered by the following...any degree, a traffic so beneficial to the nation." Governor Keith " stated with precision," this year, that the population of Jamaica consisted of 12,737...

The Parliamentary Debates, Nide 15

Great Britain. Parliament - 1827
...earl of Dartmouth, then President of the Board, answered by the following declaration : ' We caunot allow the colonies to check or discourage in any degree a traffic so beneficial to the nution; and this was in 1774; the imposition of slavery therefore being the act and deed of the British...




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