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Amer-European cost of the good Plains remodeled bountiful local soil into pasture and cropland, distorting the prairie environment that the peoples who initially populated the land had lengthy understood and have been in a position to use properly. Settlers justified this modification with the unexamined premise of deficiency, in accordance with which the colossal quarter of the good Plains was once insufficient in wildlife and missing within the advances of recent civilization.
Regardless of the lengthy human background of the Canadian critical arctic, there's nonetheless little ancient writing at the Inuit peoples of this mammoth zone. even though archaeologists and anthropologists have studied old and modern Inuit societies, the Inuit global within the an important interval from the sixteenth to the twentieth centuries continues to be principally undescribed and unexplained.
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99The rumour of which quickly spreading itself into the city, the populace, believing they should do the king a pleasure, immediately broke open the Jews9 1 Ger. Camb. Itin. 1. 2. c. 13. houses, and murder9d every one they could meet with, not confining their rage to their persons, but destroying likewise their habitations with fire. "Happy were they who could find a true friend to shelter them! " No interference, of the chief-justice and his officers, whom the king had despatched to quell the tumult, availed, until the multitude were gorged with spoil, and tired with the labour of slaughter.
This solicitous care of the Jews lasted during the first ten years of the reign of this monarch, without his demonstrating that they were his sole property, except by a great many private exertions of arbitrary power over them, which appear on the records. t John, in the eleventh year of his reign, began to act to the Jews in his real character, and disclosed his hitherto concealed purposes. An account of the measures which were adopted by the king is thus given by Dr. Tovey. "But the next year after, viz.
Wherefore he commanded them to take particular care how they were injurM for the future; assuring them, that if any ill happen9d to the Jews, thro9 their connivance or neglect, they shou9d be answerable for it. For, (continues the king,) I know full well, that these insolencies are committed only by the fools of the city, and it is the business of wise men to put a stop to them. " This solicitous care of the Jews lasted during the first ten years of the reign of this monarch, without his demonstrating that they were his sole property, except by a great many private exertions of arbitrary power over them, which appear on the records.
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