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" Straits, so that Van Diemen's Land enjoys the great advantage of being free from a native population. This most cruel step seems to have been quite unavoidable, as the only means of stopping a fearful succession of robberies, burnings, and murders committed... "
Union Line of Steamers: Tourists Guide to Tasmania - Page 20
by Union Steam Ship Company of New Zealand, ltd - 1899 - 82 pages
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Journal of Researches Into the Natural History and Geology of the Countries ...

Charles Darwin - Beagle Expedition - 1846 - 336 pages
...whole of Tasmania 36,505. All the aborigines have been removed to an island in Bass's Straits, so that Van Diemen's Land enjoys the great advantage of being free from a native population. This most cruel step seems to have been quite unavoidable, as the only means of stopping a fearful...
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Journal of Researches Into the Natural History and Geology of the Countries ...

Charles Darwin - Beagle Expedition - 1876 - 519 pages
...Tasmania 36,505. All the aborigines ;iave been removed to an island in Straits, so that Van Diemeri's Land enjoys the great advantage of being free from a native population. This most cruel step seems to have been quite unavoidable, as the only means of stopping- a fearful...
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A Naturalist's Voyage: Journal of Researches Into the Natural History and ...

Charles Darwin - Beagle Expedition - 1889 - 615 pages
...whole of Tasmania 36,505. All the aborigines have been removed to an island in Bass's Strait, so that Van Diemen's Land enjoys the great advantage of being free from a native population. This most cruel step seems to have been quite unavoidable, as the only means of stopping a fearful...
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The Canadian Magazine, Volume 30

J. Gordon Mowat, John Alexander Cooper, Newton MacTavish - 1907
...Darwin, visited the colony in the Beagle, on his voyage round the world. He said that Van Dieman's Land enjoys the great advantage of being free from a native population. There were only some two hundred aborigines then, in 1836, and the last died some twenty-five years...
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Charles Darwin's Works: Journal of researches into the natural history and ...

Charles Darwin, Sir Francis Darwin - Science - 1896
...whole of Tasmania 36,505. All the aborigines have been removed to an island in BassV Straits, so that Van Diemen's Land enjoys the great advantage of being free from a native population. This most cruel step seems to have been quite unavoidable, as the only means of stopping a fearful...
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The Canadian Magazine, Volume 30

J. Gordon Mowat, John Alexander Cooper, Newton MacTavish - History - 1907
...Darwin, visited the colony in the Beagle, on his voyage round the world. He said that Van Dieman's Land enjoys the great advantage of being free from a native population. There were only some two hundred aborigines then, in 1836, and the last died some twenty-five years...
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Journal of Researches Into the Geology and Natural History of the Various ...

Charles Darwin - Beagle Expedition - 1908 - 496 pages
...whole of Tasmania 36,55All the aborigines have been removed to an island in Bass's Straits, so that Van Diemen's Land enjoys the great advantage of being free from a native population. This most cruel step seems to have been quite unavoidable, as the only means of stopping a fearful...
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The Voyage of the Beagle, Volume 29

Charles Darwin - Beagle Expedition - 1909 - 547 pages
...whole of Tasmania 36.505. All the aborigines have been removed to an island in Bass's Straits, so that Van Diemen's Land enjoys the great advantage of being free from a native population. This most cruel step seems to have been quite unavoidable, as the only means of stopping a fearful...
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Australasian Medical Gazette: The Journal of the Australasian ..., Volume 21

Medicine - 1902
...the entire native population, then reduced to 210, had been removed to Flinders Island, "so that," he says, "Van Diemen's Land enjoys the great advantage of being free from a native population." Wool was first exported in 1819, but it was then of little value. In 1823, the Van Diemen's Land Bank...
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The Environmental Imagination: Thoreau, Nature Writing, and the Formation of ...

Lawrence Buell - Literary Criticism - 1995 - 586 pages
Intricate and challenging in its arguments, yet engagingly and elegantly written, The Environmental Imagination is a major work of scholarship, one that establishes a new basis ...
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