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by Pennsylvania Society of Colonial Governors - 1916
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The Proceedings Relative to Calling the Conventions of 1776 and 1790: The ...

Constitutional conventions - 1825 - 384 pages
...to enlarge our English empire, and promote such useful commodities as may be of benefit to us and to our dominions, as also to reduce the savage natives...the love of civil society and christian religion) hath humbly besought leave of us to transport an ample colony unto a certain country hereinafter described,...
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The Relation of Christianity to Civil Government in the United States: A ...

Jasper Adams - Anglican Communion - 1833 - 64 pages
...Charter of 1682, declares it to have been one object of William Penn, " to reduce the savage nations, by gentle and just manners, to the love of civil society and Christian religion."* In the Charter of Rhode Island, granted by Charles II. in 1682-3, it is declared to be the object of...
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The Christian observer [afterw.] The Christian observer and advocate

1833
...Charter of 1681-2 declares it to have been the object of William Penn " to reduce the savage nations, by gentle and just manners, to the love of civil society and Christian religion." In the Charter of Rhode-Island, granted by Charles II. in 1682-3, it is declared to be the object of...
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The Eclectic Review, Volume 4; Volume 68

William Hendry Stowell - English literature - 1838
...fulfilling the condition of the grant from the House to him, which was ' to reduce the savage nations by gentle and just manners, to the love of civil society, and the Christian religion.' The Indians were at first content with what Penn did ; but he should not himself...
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British colonization and coloured tribes

Saxe Bannister - Indigenous peoples - 1838 - 323 pages
...fulfilling the condition of the grant from the House to him, which was " to reduce the savage nations by gentle and just manners, to the love of civil society, and the Christian religion." The Indians were at first content with what Penn did; but he should not himself...
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The Delaware Register and Farmers' Magazine, Volume 2

William Huffington - Delaware - 1839
...English empire, and promote such useful commodities as may be of benefit to us, and our dominions, and also to reduce the savage natives, by gentle and just...the love of civil society, and Christian religion;' besides a debt, due from the government to his father, admiral Penn. Such motives as these, and...
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Charters of the Old English Colonies in America: With an Introduction and Notes

Samuel Lucas - Carolina - 1850 - 123 pages
...and well-beloved subject William Penn, esquire, son and heir of Sir William Penn, deceased, out of commendable desire to enlarge our English empire,...the love of civil society and christian religion, hath humbly besought leave of us to transport an ample colony unto a certain country herein after described,...
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Discourse on the Family as an Element of Government

Eli Kirk Price - Families - 1864 - 50 pages
...them by kindness and justice, and yet Penn had the purpose expressed in the charter from the Crown, "To* reduce the savage natives, by gentle and just manners, to the love of civil society and the Christian religion." This may have seemed but irony to the king and his council when the charter...
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The Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, Volume 43

Pennsylvania - 1919
...enlarge our English Empire and promote such useful comodities as may be of Benefit to us to Our Dominion as also to reduce the savage Natives by gentle and just manners to the Love of Civil Societie and Christian Religion." Particular mention is made of "Regard to the Memorie and Merits of...
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The Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, Volume 43

Historical Society of Pennsylvania - Pennsylvania - 1919
...and promote such useful comodities as may be of Benefit to us to Our Dominion as also to reduce tfie savage Natives by gentle and just manners to the Love of Civil Societie and Christian Religion." Particular mention is made of "Regard to the Memorie and Merits of...
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