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" As well might it be attempted to confine the Arabs of the Desert within a circle, traced upon their sands, as to confine the Graziers or Woolgrowers of New South Wales within any bounds that can possibly be assigned to them... "
Bonds of Disunion; Or, English Misrule in the Colonies - Halaman 226
oleh Charles James Rowe - 1883 - 364 halaman
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Handbook for Australia & New Zealand: (including Also the Fiji Islands) with ...

S.W. Silver & Co - 1880 - 449 halaman
...Arabs of the Desert within a circle traced upon their sands, as to confine the graziers or wool growers of New South "Wales within any bounds that can possibly be assigned to them.' Collisions with the natives beyond the boundaries of the settled district called for the organisation...
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A Short History of Australia

Ernest Scott - 1925 - 363 halaman
...the prosperity of the colony. ' As well attempt to confine an Arab within a circle traced on sand, as to confine the graziers or wool-growers of New South Wales within bounds that can possibly be assigned to them,' wrote Governor Gipps in 1840. But it was clearly necessary...
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Battling the Land: 200 Years of Rural Australia

Rob Linn - 1999 - 218 halaman
...impossible, he admitted, to force people into agricultural cultivation and to stop the growth of squatting: 'As well might it be attempted to confine the Arabs...any bounds that can possibly be assigned to them.' He saw that squatters did not have 'secure possession' of their country and wanted a mechanism whereby...
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A Concise History of Australia

Stuart Macintyre, Ernest Scott Professor of History Stuart Macintyre - 1999 - 320 halaman
...the 1844 measure remarked that 'As well might it be attempted to confine the Arabs of the Desert ... as to confine the Graziers or Woolgrowers of New South Wales within any bounds.' Nor was assisted migration as sharp a break with the past as was hoped. Under a bounty system, agents...
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The Enlightenment and the Origins of European Australia

John Gascoigne, Patricia Curthoys - 2002 - 233 halaman
...successor, Gipps, conceded their inevitability. In 1840 he urged the Colonial Secretary to recognise that As well might it be attempted to confine the Arabs...or Woolgrowers of New South Wales within any bounds than can possibly be assigned to them: and as certainly as the Arabs would be starved, so also would...
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A History of the Port Phillip District: Victoria Before Separation

A. G. L. Shaw - 2003 - 368 halaman
...squatting and was 'a good thing'. He and other 'arm-chair' colonial theorists did not appreciate that 'as well might it be attempted to confine the Arabs...any bounds that can possibly be assigned to them', as Gipps put it in a well-known passage.22 Horrified by 'dispersion', the government tried to stop...
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