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" This policy of England knew no relenting. "My friends and I," wrote Oglethorpe, " settled the colony of Georgia, and by charter were established trustees. We determined not to suffer slavery there ; but the slave merchants and their adherents not only... "
James Oglethorpe: The Founder of Georgia - Page 54
by Harriet Cornelia Cooper - 1904 - 217 pages
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The African Repository, Volume 2

African Americans - 1827
...My friends and I, settled the Colony of Georgia, and by charter were established to make laws, &c. We determined not to suffer Slavery there ; but the Slave merchants, and their adherents, occasioned us not only much trouble, but at last got the then government to favor them. We would not...
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A Plea for Africa: Being Familiar Conversations on the Subject of Slavery ...

Frederick Freeman - Slavery - 1837 - 359 pages
...COUNTRY FROM THE REST, OR ENFEEBLE THE SACRED TIES WHICH NOW LINE TOGETHER THE CONVERSATION X. •' We determined not to suffer slavery there ; but the slave merchants and their adherents occasioned us not only much trouble, but at last got the then government to sanction them. We would...
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History of the Colonization of the United States, Volume 2

George Bancroft - United States - 1841
...their kingdom." This policy of England knew no relenting. " My friends and I," wrote Oglethorpe, " settled the colony of Georgia, and by charter were...but at last got the government to sanction them." South Carolina, in 1760, from prudential motives, attempted restrictions, and gained only a rebuke...
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An Inquiry Into the History of Slavery: Its Introduction Into the ..., Part 4

Thomas C. Thornton - Slavery - 1841 - 345 pages
...wrote thus. "My friend and I settled that colony and by our charter, were established trustees. Then we determined not to suffer slavery there, but the slave merchants and their adherents not only caused us much trouble, but at last got the sanction for their admission." Oglethorpe had settled the...
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History of the United States: From the Discovery of the American ..., Volume 3

United States - 1843
...of their kingdom." This policy of England knew no relenting. "My friends and I," wrote Oglethorpe, " settled the colony of Georgia, and by charter were...but at last got the government to sanction them." South Carolina, in 1760, from prudential motives, attempted restrictions, and gained only a rebuke...
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History of the United States from the Discovery of the American ..., Volume 3

1844
...their kingdom." This policy of England knew no relenting. " My friends and I," wrote Oglethorpe, " settled the colony of Georgia, and by charter were...but at last got the government to sanction them." South Carolina, in 1760, from prudential motives, attempted restrictions, and gained only a rebuke...
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History of the United States: From the Discovery of the American ..., Volume 3

George Bancroft - United States - 1846
...of their kingdom." This policy of England knew no relenting. "My friends and I," wrote Oglcthorpe, " settled the colony of Georgia, and by charter were...but at last got the government to sanction them." South Carolina, in 1760, from prudential motives, attempted restrictions, and gained only a rebuke...
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The African Repository, Volume 22

African Americans - 1846
...but with as little success. Gov. Oglethorpe remarks, in reference to the subject : " My friend and I settled the colony of Georgia, and by charter were established trustees. "We determined not to allow slavery there, but the slave merchants and their adherents, occasioned us much trouble ; but...
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The Western Journal, Volume 12

1854
...their kingdom." This policy of England knew no relenting. " My friends and I," wrote Oglethorpe, ** settled the colony of Georgia and by charter were...but the slave merchants and their adherents not only occassioned us much trouble, but at last got the government to sanction them." South Carolina in 1760,...
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history of the united states, from the discovery of the american continent

george bancroft - 1850
...their kingdom." This policy of England knew no. relenting. "My friends and I," wrote Oglethorpe, " settled the colony of Georgia, and by charter were...but at last got the government to sanction them." South Carolina, in 1760, from prudential motives, attempted restrictions, and gained only a rebuke...
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