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" ... him to sell to our steamers, — not the manufactures of his artisans or the results of the toil of his husbandmen, — but a gift of Providence, deposited by the Creator of all things in the depths of the Japanese Islands for the benefit of the human... "
Japan: An Account, Geographical and Historical, from the Earliest Period at ... - 第 273 頁
Charles MacFarlane 著 - 1852 - 365 頁
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Japan: An Account, Geographical and Historical, from the Earliest Period at ...

Charles MacFarlane - 1852 - 365 頁
...brought up. It appears that, for domestic uses, the natives convert this coal, which is very bituminoiis, into coke. The value of these beds can scarcely be...Providence, deposited by the Creator of all things in the depth of the Japanese islands for the benefit of the human family."* Without free access to this coal,...
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Senate Documents, Otherwise Publ. as Public Documents and Executive ...

United States. Congress. Senate - 1852
...of his artisans, or the results of the toil of his husbandmen, but a gift of Providence, Heposited, by the Creator of all things, in the depths of the...Japanese -islands for the benefit of the human family. By the President's direction, I now transmit to you a letter to the Emperor of Japan, (v. ith an open...
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Putnam's Monthly, 第 1 卷

1853
...thousand miles, and calls to mind the beds of coal which are (in the language of Mr. Webster) "a gilt of Providence, deposited by the Creator of all things...Japanese Islands for the benefit of the human family," and yet knows that fuel, and food, and repose, and refreshment are all denied him; the ports shut against...
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Putnam's Monthly, 第 1 卷

1853
...five thousand miles, and calls to mind the beds of coal which are (in the language of Mr. Webster) "a gift of Providence, deposited by the Creator of all things in the depths of the Japancsa Islands for the benefit of the human family," and yet knows that fuel, and food, and repose,...
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The Colonial Church chronicle, and missionary journal. July 1847-Dec. 1874

1858
...exists in considerable quantities, and was declared by the President of the American republic to be " a gift of Providence, deposited by the Creator of...Japanese islands, for the benefit of the human family." These islands, thus highly favoured in point of situation, climate, and productions, were first sighted...
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The Colonial Church Chronicle and Missionary Journal, 第 13 卷

1860
...exists in considerable quantities, and was declared by the President of the American republic to be " a gift of Providence, deposited by the Creator of...Japanese islands, for the benefit of the human family." These islands, thus highly favoured in point of situation, climate, and productions, were first sighted...
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The American Historical Record, 第 3 卷

Benson John Lossing - 1874
...steamers, — not the manufactures of his artisans or the results of the toil of his husbandmen, — but a gift of Providence, deposited by the Creator of...Japanese Islands for the benefit of the human family. By the President's direction, I now transmit to you a letter to the Emperor of Japan (with an open...
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The Writings and Speeches of Daniel Webster: Writings and speeches hitherto ...

Daniel Webster, Edward Everett - 1903
...results of the toil of his husbandmen, but a gift of Providence, deposited, by 428 Diplomatic Papers the Creator of all things, in the depths of the Japanese islands for the benefit of the human family. By the President's direction, I now transmit to you a letter to the Emperor of Japan, (with an open...
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Americans in Eastern Asia: A Critical Study of the Policy of the United ...

Tyler Dennett - 1922 - 725 頁
...our steamers not the manufactures of his artisans, or the results of the toil of his husbandmen, but a gift of Providence deposited by the Creator of all...Japanese islands for the benefit of the human family." Beyond the securing of coal supplies, Aulick was authorized to secure a treaty, if possible, similar...
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The Clash: U.S.-Japanese Relations Throughout History

Walter LaFeber - 1998 - 508 頁
...the 1840s. Japan, as Webster nicely phrased it to a friend, was the key because God had placed coal "in the depths of the Japanese islands for the benefit of the human family." Aulick, however, fumbled his chance to become famous. Charged with mistreating a Brazilian diplomat,...
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