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" But if he comes here with no more exalted motive than that of building up his own interests at the expense of the native ; to seek our confidence only to betray it, with no higher ambition than that of overthrowing our Government, and introducing anarchy,... "
Speeches of His Majesty Kamehameha IV: to the Hawaiian Legislature ... - Page 6
by Hawaii. Sovereigns, etc., 1854-1864. (Kamehameha IV) - 1861 - 43 pages
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Hawaii: The Past, Present, and Future of Its Island-kingdom ; an Historical ...

Manley Hopkins - Hawaii - 1862 - 423 pages
...say to the foreigner that he is welcome. He is welcome to our shores — welcome so long as he comes with the laudable motive of promoting his own interests and at the same time respecting those of his neighbour. But if he comes here with no more exalted motive than that of building up his own interests...
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PERSONAL REMINISCENCES OF WILLIAM COOPER PARKE

WILLIAM C. PARKE - 1891
...therefore say to the foreigner that he is welcome. He is welcome to our shores, welcome so long as he comes with the laudable motive of promoting his own interests...building up his own interests at the expense of the native ; to seek our confidence only to betray it, with no higher ambition than that of overthrowing...
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Emma: Hawaii's Remarkable Queen

George S. Kanahele - Biography & Autobiography - 1999 - 441 pages
...the foreigner that he is welcome. He is welcome to our shores — welcome so long as he comes with laudable motive of promoting his own interests and at the same time respecting those of his neighbors. But if he comes here with no more exalted motive than that of building up his own interests,...
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Dismembering L_hui: A History of the Hawaiian Nation to 1887

Jon Kamakawiwoʻole Osorio - History - 2002 - 310 pages
...equal him. ... I therefore say to the foreigner that he is welcome. . . . Welcome so long as he comes with the laudable motive of promoting his own interests...respecting those of his neighbor. But if he comes with no more exalted motive than that of building up his own interests at the expense of the Native—to...
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All about Hawaii: The Recognized Book of Authentic Information on Hawaii ...

Hawaii - 1917
...example. I therefore say to the foreigner that he is welcome. He is welcome to our shores — welcome so long as he conies with the laudable motive of promoting...building up his own interests at the expense of the native — to seek our confidence only to betray it — with no higher ambition than that of overthrowing...
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