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" The shameful and unjust proceedings with reference to the freedom of our slaves; and yet it is not so much their freedom that drove us to such lengths, as their being placed on an equal footing with Christians, contrary to the laws of God and the natural... "
Africans: The History of a Continent - Page 182
by John Iliffe - 2007
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The Annals of Natal: 1495 to 1845, Volume 1

John Bird, Natal Society, Pietermaritzburg - KwaZulu-Natal (South Africa) - 1888
...freedom of our slaves : and yet it is not so much their freedom that drove us to such lengths, as their being placed on an equal footing with Christians,...laws of God and the natural distinction of race and religion, so that it was intolerable for any decent Christian to bow down beneath such a yoke; wherefore...
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The Living Age, Volume 225

1900
...much their freedom that drove us to such lengths, as their being placed on an equal footing with the Christians, contrary to the laws of God and the natural distinction of race and religion, BO that It was intolerable for any decent Christian to bow down beneath such a yoke; wherefore...
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A Life Time in South Africa: Being the Recollections of the First Premier of ...

Sir John Robinson - KwaZulu-Natal (South Africa) - 1900 - 418 pages
...freedom of our slaves; and yet it is not so much their freedom that drove us to such lengths, as their being placed on an equal footing with Christians,...laws of God and the natural distinction of race and religion, so that it was intolerable for any decent Christian to bow down beneath such a yoke ; wherefore...
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The Cornhill Magazine

William Makepeace Thackeray - England - 1900
...freedom of our slaves ; and yet it is not so much their freedom that drove us to such lengths, as their being placed on an equal footing with Christians,...laws of God and the natural distinction of race and religion, so that it was intolerable for any decent Christian to bow down beneath such a yoke ; wherefore...
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A Life Time in South Africa: Being the Recollections of the First Premier of ...

Sir John Robinson - KwaZulu-Natal (South Africa) - 1900 - 418 pages
...freedom of our slaves; and yet it is not so much their freedom that drove us to such lengths, as their being placed on an equal footing with Christians,...laws of God and the natural distinction of race and religion, so that it was intolerable for any decent Christian to bow down beneath such a yoke ; wherefore...
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Lord Milner and South Africa

Ernest Bruce Iwan-Müller - South Africa - 1902 - 751 pages
...freedom of our slaves ; and yft it is not so much their freedom that drove us to such lengths as their being placed on an equal footing with Christians,...laws of God and the natural distinction of race and origin, so that it was intolerable for a decent Christian to bow down under such a yoke ; wherefore...
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Justice in South Africa

Albie Sachs - History - 1973 - 288 pages
...reference to the freedom of our slaves. ... It is not their freedom that drove us to such lengths, as their being placed on an equal footing with Christians, contrary to the laws of God and the natural distinctions of race and religion, so that it was intolerable for any decent Christian to bow down...
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White Supremacy: A Comparative Study of American and South African History

George M. Fredrickson - History - 1982 - 384 pages
...freedom of our slaves, and yet it is not so much their freedom that drove us to such lengths, as their being placed on an equal footing with Christians, contrary to the laws of God and the natural distinctions of race and religion."62 Hence the doctrines and policies of John Philip constituted a...
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Part of My Soul Went with Him

Winnie Mandela, Anne Benjamin, Mary Benson - Biography & Autobiography - 1985 - 163 pages
...expressed their views: 'And yet it is not so much their freedom which drove us to such lengths, as their being placed on an equal footing with Christians,...laws of God and the natural distinction of race and colour. So that it was intolerable for any decent Christian to bow down beneath such a yoke, wherefore...
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The Thousand Generation Covenant: Dutch Reformed Covenant Theology and the ...

Jonathan Neil Gerstner - History - 1991 - 280 pages
...during the colonial period largely through the doctrine of the covenant. CONCLUSION Our slaves . . . being placed on an equal footing with Christians,...laws of God and the natural distinction of race and religion ... it was intolerable for any Christian to bear down beneath such a yoke; wherefore we rather...
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