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" Indeed, nothing is more to be wished than that the United States would themselves undertake to make such an establishment on the coast of Africa. "
Register of Debates in Congress: 19th Congress, 2nd session. Dec. 4, 1826 to ... - Página 323
por United States. Congress - 1829
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The Objections to African Colonization Stated and Answered

Erastus Hopkins - 1833 - 24 páginas
...drawing off this part of our population, — " most advantageous to themselves, as well as us." Again, " Indeed nothing is more to be wished than that the...make such an establishment on the coast of Africa." * North American Review, July, 1839, p. 120. f A name given to a large number of Negroes, originally...
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THE CHRISTIAN's MAGAZINE; ON A NEW PLAN: No. IX, SEPTEMBER, 1810, Vol.III

1810
...in which, having mentioned his negotiations with the Sierra Leone Company and Portugal, he adds— " Indeed nothing is more to be wished, than that the...make such an establishment on the coast of Africa."* A constitution was formed; Bushrod Washington was appointed president, and Messrs. Crawford, Clay,...
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Yaradee: a Plea for Africa: In Familiar Conversations on the Subject of ...

Frederick Freeman - 1836 - 360 páginas
...appropriated ? Mr. Jefferson said in 1811, in a letter to Mr. Clay, in reference to a colony in Africa, " Indeed, nothing is more to be wished than .that the United States would themselves undertake to make Right of appropriation. fuch an establishment on the coast of Africa." His various correspondence and...
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A Plea for Africa: Being Familiar Conversations on the Subject of Slavery ...

Frederick Freeman - 1837 - 359 páginas
...appropriated ? Mr. Jefferson said in 1811, in a letter to Mr. Clay, in reference to a colony in Africa, " Indeed, nothing is more to be wished than that the...make such an establishment on the coast of Africa." His various correspondence and efforts in relation to this matter, clearly show what were his views....
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The African Repository, Volumen13

1837
...efforts in the cause, while President of the United States, ohserves — " indeed, nothing is more to he wished, than that the United States would, themselves, undertake to make such an estahlishment on the coast of Africa." So rested the matter until 1815-16, when, simultaneously, as...
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An Inquiry Into the History of Slavery: Its Introduction Into the United ...

Thomas C. Thornton - 1841 - 345 páginas
...themselves at once to those of Europe, to obtain the desired securities, and will unquestionably be ready to exert its influence with those nations, to...of its constituents. Indeed nothing is more to be desired, than that the United States would themselves undertake to make such an establishment on the...
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A History of Colonization on the Western Coast of Africa

Archibald Alexander - 1846 - 603 páginas
...address themselves at once to those of Europe, to obtain the desired security, and will unquestionably be ready to exert its influence with those nations to...important to a great portion of its constituents; indeed, not.hj^f^isrnore to,b£ Dished tkaji_tluU the . (o 4#akc *uc/i an ^ estSfiiishnient on the coast of.tg...
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Report of the Naval Committee to the House of Representatives, August, 1850 ...

United States. Congress. House. Committee on Naval Affairs, American Colonization Society - 1850 - 79 páginas
...seed of civilization, which might render their sojourning here a blessing in the end to that country. NOTHING is MORE TO BE WISHED THAN THAT THE UNITED...THEMSELVES UNDERTAKE TO MAKE SUCH AN ESTABLISHMENT OX THE COAST OF AFRICA. Exclusive of motives of humanity, the commercial advantages to be derived from...
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The African Repository, Volumen27

1851
...steamers. The language of Mr. Jefferson in 1811, has lost none of its truthfulness and force in 40 years: "NOTHING is MORE TO BE WISHED THAN THAT THE UNITED...UNDERTAKE TO MAKE SUCH AN ESTABLISHMENT ON THE COAST op AFRICA." The colored race out of Africa are away from home. They must go to Liberia to see their...
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The Writings of Thomas Jefferson: Correspondence, cont

Thomas Jefferson - 1853
...the desired security, and will unquestionably be ready to exert its influence with those nations for an object so benevolent in itself, and so important...make such an establishment on the coast of Africa. Exclusive of motives of humanity, the commercial advantages to be derived from it might repay all its...
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