|Title:||Canada West and the Hudson's-Bay Company|
|Tags:||Canadiana, history, Hudson's Bay Company, non-fiction, speech|
In publishing the following Address to the Colonial Minister, the Committee of the Aborigines' Protection Society must emphatically assert that it has no interested motive to induce it to take a course which seems opposed to the Hudson's-Bay Company.
The Society has taken up the question as one of humanity affecting an interesting and deeply-injured race. It has pressed it with the growing conviction that it was obeying the call of duty; and, as it has proceeded, it has met with the strongest evidence, that not merely the rights of the undefended Aborigines, but the national and commercial interests of this country and those of Canada, ever growing in importance, imperatively demand attention to the facts and considerations which are briefly glanced at in this Address.--intro. [Suggest a different description.]
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