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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 African Repository, Volumen30

1854
...shall be willing to do any thing 1 can to give it effect and safety," and again, '•///«( nothing u more to be wished than that the United States would...undertake to make such an establishment on the coast ofjtfnca." He adds, "exclusive of motives of humanity, the commercial ad vantages to be derived from...
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The African Repository, Volumen30

1854
...willing to do any thing 1 can to give it efiect and safety," and again , ' ' thai nothing is more ío be wished than that the United States would themselves,...make such an establishment on the coast of Africa." He adds, "exclusive of motives of humanity, the commercial advantages to be derived from it might defray...
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The Virginian History of African Colonization

Philip Slaughter - 1855 - 116 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...portion of its constituents; indeed, nothing is more to he wished than thrtl the United States would themselves undertake lo make such an establishmentjfn...
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A SCRIPTURAL EXAMINATION OF THE INSTITUTION OF SLAVERY IN THE UNITED STATES ...

HOWELL COBB - 1856
...had kept the settlement in constant danger of dissolution. ' " In this letter, M7r Jefferson writes: "Nothing is more to be wished than that the United...make such an establishment on the coast of Africa." The war with Great Britain coming on shortly after this, nothing more was done until 1816. Here we...
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The Life of Thomas Jefferson, Volumen3

Henry Stephens Randall - 1858
...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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Abridgment of the Debates of Congress, from 1789 to 1856: March 13, 1826-Feb ...

United States. Congress, Thomas Hart Benton - 1858
...desired security, and will unquestionably bo ready to exert its influence with those nations to ctVect an object so benevolent in itself, and so important...themselves undertake to make such an establishment on tho coast of Africa." Was the Senate prepared to unite with the Senator from South Carolina, in dviiouncin¿...
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Abridgment of the Debates of Congress, from 1789 to 1856: March 13, 1826-Feb ...

United States. Congress, Thomas Hart Benton - 1858
...address themselves at onco to those of Europe, to obtain tho desired security, and will unquestionably be ready to exert its influence with those nations to...constituents. Indeed, nothing is more to be wished than that tho United States would themselves undertake to make such an establishment on tho coast of Africa."...
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The Life of Thomas Jefferson, Volumen3

Henry Stephens Randall - 1858
...unquestionably be re»dy to exert its influence with those nations for an object so benevolent in it&elf and so important to a great portion of its constituents....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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The Life of Thomas Jefferson, Volumen3

Henry Stephens Randall - 1858
...unquestionably be ready to exert its influence with those nations for an object so benevolent in itaelf and so important to a great portion of its constituents....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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The Life of Thomas Jefferson, Volumen3

Henry Stephens Randall - 1858
...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...portion of its constituents. Indeed, nothing is more to lie wished than that the United States would themselves undertake to make such an establishment on...
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