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" I am compelled to embrace, however reluctantly, the conclusion that they had a perfect right to hazard the experiment, however hopeless, of extorting by force that redress which they could not expect otherwise to obtain. "
South Africa - Page 36
de Anthony Trollope - 1878 - 4 pages
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The Asiatic Journal and Monthly Register for British and Foreign India ...

1837 - 682 pages
...urged to revenge by desperation, by the systematic injustice of which they had been the victims, and had a perfect right to hazard the experiment of extorting by force that redress which they could not otherwise expect to obtain." They state that they are "ready to show by incontrovertible evidence,...
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The Wrongs of the Caffre Nation: A Narrative

Robert Mackenzie Beverley, John Philip - 1837 - 364 pages
...reluctantly, the conclusion, that they had a perfect right to hazard the experiment, however hopeless, of extorting by force that redress which they could not expect otherwise to obtain. You, indeed, would deny the last of these statements. In your despatch of the 21st of January, you...
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The British colonies; their history, extent, condition, and ..., Volumes 3 à 4

Robert Montgomery Martin - 1851 - 706 pages
...reluctantly, the conclusion, that they had a perfect right to hazard the experiment, however hopeless, of extorting by force that redress which they could not expect otherwise to obtain. * * * I am further constrained to record my dissent from the unfavourable estimate which you have formed...
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The Story of My Mission in South-eastern Africa: Comprising Some Account of ...

William Shaw - 1860 - 620 pages
...reluctantly, the conclusion, that they had a perfect right to hazard the experiment, however hopeless, of extorting by force that redress which they could not expect otherwise to obtain." Seeing this view of the case prevailed at the Colonial Office, the reader will not be surprised that...
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The Story of My Mission Among the British Settlers in South Eastern Africa

William Shaw - 1872 - 278 pages
...reluctantly, the conclusion, that they had a perfect right to hazard the experiment, however hopeless, of extorting by force that redress which they could not expect otherwise to obtain." Seeing this view of the case prevailed at the .Colonial Office, the reader will not be surprised that...
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Compendium of South African History and Geography, Volume 1

George McCall Theal - 1877 - 324 pages
...avenge a series of encroachments ; they had a perfect right to hazard the experiment, however hopeless, of extorting by force that redress which they could not expect otherwise to obtain ; and the claim of sovereignty over the new province must be renounced. It rests upon a conquest resulting...
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The London Quarterly Review, Volumes 143 à 144

1877 - 626 pages
...to war. They naturally desired to recover the lands of which thev had been unjustly despoiled, and ' had a perfect right to hazard the experiment of extorting by force the redress which they could not expect otherwise to obtain.' Sir Benjamin D'Urban had told Lord Glenelg...
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 143

1877 - 630 pages
...to war. They naturally desired to recover the lands of which they had been unjustly despoiled, and ' had a perfect right to hazard the experiment of extorting by force the redress which they could not expect otherwise to obtain.' Sir Benjamin D'Urban had told Lord Glenelg...
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Compendium of the History and Geography of South Africa

George McCall Theal - 1878 - 458 pages
...avenge a series of encroachments ; they had a perfect right to hazard the experiment, however hopeless, of extorting by force that redress which they could not expect otherwise to obtain ; and the claim of sovereignty over the new province must bo renounced. It rests upon a conquest resulting...
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The Contemporary Review, Volume 35

1879 - 980 pages
...avenge, a series of encroachments ; they had a perfect right to hazard the experiment, however hopeless, of extorting by force that redress which they could not expect otherwise to obtain ; and the claim of sovereignty over the province must be renounced." Lord Glenelg directed the conquered...
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