and the cause of humanity. Let not those at a distance imagine that I have suffered nothing, or sacrificed nothing in this task ; but personal convenience and personal advantage has not been and is not my object, and after devoting time and fortune I shall retire with pleasure, if others will undertake to prosecute the plan more effectually. And finally if I appeal, it is not in my own name, but in the name of the oppressed and enslaved Dyaks. I appeal to those whose views of policy lead to the extension of commerce, to the religious body in England who may here find a field for missionary labour, too long untried. I appeal to the humane who desire to suppress all the horrors of piracy and the slave-trade, and whose feelings would lead them to end a state of things repugnant to every idea of right and to atrocities not to be exceeded in any part of the globe.
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