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" The first is, that the uncivilized inhabitants of any country have but a qualified dominion over it, or a right of occupancy only ; and that, until they establish amongst themselves a settled form of government, and subjugate the ground to their own uses,... "
The Standard Library Cyclopedia of Political, Constitutional, Statistical ... - Page 523
1848
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New Monthly Magazine, 84. köide

Thomas Campbell, Samuel Carter Hall, Edward Bulwer Lytton Baron Lytton, Theodore Edward Hook, Thomas Hood, William Harrison Ainsworth - 1848
...but a qualified dominion over it, or a right of occupancy only ; and that until they establish among themselves a settled form of government, and subjugate...have not themselves any individual property in it. Secondly, that if a settlement be made in any such country by a civilised power, the right of pre-emption...
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The New Monthly Magazine and Humorist, 84. köide

1848
...but a qualified dominion over it, or a right of occupancy only ; and that until they establish among themselves a settled form of government, and subjugate...have not themselves any individual property in it. Secondly, that if a settlement be made in any such country by a civilised power, the right of pre-emption...
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The Standard Library Cyclopaedia of Political, Constitutional ..., 2. köide

1853
...satisfactorily resolved, and cannot be resolved without destroying the present social systems of Europe. A recent committee of the House of Commons, appointed...question one of mere theory, I should be prepared to subscribe, unhesitatingly and without reserve, to the fundamental assumption of the committee ; and...
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Belgravia, 10. köide

1870
...to their own uses by the cultivation of it, they cannot grant to individuals not of their own tribes any portion of it, for the simple reason that they...have not themselves any individual property in it. Secondly, that if a settlement be made in any such country by a civilised power, the right of prescription...
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Making Native Space: Colonialism, Resistance, and Reserves in British Columbia

Cole Harris - 2002 - 415 lehte
...occupancy only, and that until they establish among themselves somewhat a settled form of government & subjugate the ground to their own uses by the Cultivation...have not themselves any individual property in it." Natives, he added, could not sell their land to private interests, "the entire right to the soil having...
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Possessing the Pacific

Stuart Banner - 2007 - 388 lehte
...occupancy only," Barclay reminded Douglas, quoting a recent report of a committee of the House of Commons. "They cannot grant to individuals, not of their own...have not themselves any individual property in it." Only the government had the power to purchase land from indigenous people. This principle had been...
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Simmonds's Colonial Magazine and Foreign Miscellany, 4. köide

1844
...of any country have but a qualified dominion over it, or a right of occupancy only ; and that untH they establish amongst themselves a settled form of...have not themselves any individual property in it Secondly, that if a settlement be made in any such country by a civilised power, the right of pre-emption...
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