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" I am afraid they have thoughts of colonising into that quarter. Some of us have been talking here in a feeble way of making the attempt to search that country. But I doubt whether we have enough of that kind of spirit to raise the money. How would you... "
History of the State of Washington - Page 49
by Edmond Stephen Meany - 1909 - 406 pages
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The American Historical Review, Volume 3

John Franklin Jameson, Henry Eldridge Bourne, Robert Livingston Schuyler - History - 1898
...most acceptable, Pittsburg and Philadelphia or Winchester will be the surest channel of conveyance. I find they have subscribed a very large sum of money in England for exploring the country from the Missisipi to California. they pretend it is only to promote knolege. I am afraid they have thoughts...
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The American Historical Review, Volume 3

John Franklin Jameson, Henry Eldridge Bourne, Robert Livingston Schuyler - History - 1898
...most acceptable, Pittsburg and Philadelphia or Winchester will be the surest channel of conveyance. I find they have subscribed a very large sum of money in England for exploring the country from the Missisipi to California, they pretend it is only to promote knolege. I am afraid they have thoughts...
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The American Historical Review, Volume 3

John Franklin Jameson, Henry Eldridge Bourne, Robert Livingston Schuyler - History - 1898
...most acceptable, Pittsburg and Philadelphia or Winchester will be the surest channel of conveyance. I find they have subscribed a very large sum of money in England for exploring the country from the Missisipi to California, they pretend it is only to promote knolege. I am afraid they have thoughts...
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Pearson's Magazine

Language Arts & Disciplines - 1903
...States. Before the Revolution was well ended he was writing to General George Rogers Clark about it: " I find they have subscribed a very large sum of money...to California. They pretend it is only to promote knowloxLe/ris^-g edge. I am afraid they have thoughts of colonizing into that quarter. Some of us have...
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The conquest: the true story of Lewis and Clark

Eva Emery Dye - Discoveries in geography - 1902 - 443 pages
...Europe." William stood attentive while the letter was read. " ANNAPOLIS, December 4, 1783. DEAR SIR, I find they have subscribed a very large sum of money...promote knowledge. I am afraid they have thought of colonising into that quarter. Some of us have been talking here in a feeble way of making an attempt...
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How George Rogers Clark Won the Northwest: And Other Essays in Western History

Reuben Gold Thwaites - Black Hawk War, 1832 - 1903 - 378 pages
...retirement, was assiduously collecting for his private scientific museum at Monticello. He then adds : " I find they have subscribed a very large sum of money...to California, they pretend it is only to promote knolege. I am afraid they have thoughts of colonising into that quarter some of us have been talking...
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The Pacific Slope and Alaska

Joseph Schafer - Alaska - 1904 - 442 pages
...plan already maturing to explore the unknown region west of the Mississippi. "I find," says Jefferson, "they have subscribed a very large sum of money in...to California, they pretend it is only to promote knolege. I am afraid they have thoughts of colonizing into that quarter, some of us have been talking...
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The Trail of Lewis and Clark, 1804-1904: A Story of the Great ..., Volume 1

Olin Dunbar Wheeler - Indians of North America - 1904
...to return. In a letter dated Annapolis, December 4, 1783, to George Rogers Clark, Jefferson says : I find they have subscribed a very large sum of money in England for exploring the country from the Missisipi [sic] to California. They pretend it is only to promote knolege [sic]. I am afraid they have...
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The Centennial History of Oregon, 1811-1912, Volume 1

Joseph Gaston - Oregon - 1912
...exploring expedition to the Pacific coast, and on December 4, 1783, wrote to General Clark, saying: "I find they have subscribed a very large sum of money...is only to promote knowledge. I am afraid they have thoughts of colonizing in that quarter. Some of us have been talking here in a feeble way (the Geographical...
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Economic Beginnings of the Far West: How We Won the Land Beyond ..., Volume 1

Katharine Coman - West (U.S.) - 1912
...that Jefferson had in mind when he wrote to George Rogers Clark in 1783, "I find they have subscribef a very large sum of money in England for exploring...to California, they pretend it is only to promote knolege. I am afraid they have thoughts of colonizing into that quarter, some of us have been talking...
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