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" Scotia, or to the provinces on the southern frontier, where they would be useful to their Mother country, instead of planting themselves in the Heart of America, out of the reach of government... "
Property Rights and Indian Economies - Page 13
by Terry Lee Anderson - 1992 - 256 pages
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The Shaping of America: Atlantic America, 1492-1800

Donald William Meinig - History - 1986 - 524 pages
...present be permitted to settle hence as their numbers increased they would emigrate to Nova Scotia or to the provinces on the southern frontier where they...themselves in the heart of America out of the reach of governments. And, indeed, British policymakers had good reason to be more concerned about the vast...
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The American Indian in Western Legal Thought : The Discourses of Conquest ...

Robert A. Williams Jr. Professor of Law University of Arizona College of Law - Law - 1990 - 368 pages
...be permitted to settle, hence as their numbers increased, they would emigrate to Nova Scotia, or to the provinces on the southern frontier, where they...out of the reach of government, and where from the great difficulty of procuring European Commodities, they would be compelled to commence manufactures...
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Declaring Independence: Life During the American Revolution

Brandon Marie Miller - Juvenile Nonfiction - 2004 - 112 pages
...there. And, as the royal governor of Georgia noted, better to keep the colonists "where they could be useful to their Mother Country, instead of planting themselves in the Heart of America, out of reach of Government." Armed with swords and muskets, British customs officials search the home of colonists...
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The Making and Unmaking of Empires: Britain, India, and America C.1750-1783

Peter James Marshall - History - 2005 - 398 pages
...additional territory. There the population would be 'usefull to their mother country, instead of planting in the heart of America, out of the reach of government' and probably indulging in manufacturing.26 That was clearly an important consideration behind the most...
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Governor Henry Ellis and the Transformation of British North America

Edward J. Cashin - History - 2007 - 312 pages
...westward-moving settlers would be diverted to Nova Scotia in the North or Georgia and the Floridas in the South, "where they would be useful to their Mother Country...heart of America, out of the reach of government." The military posts in the West would provide security in the Indian country, and the governors in the...
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