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" ... can no longer depend on his own fortune, his own genius, and his own talents, for a continuance of his success ; he must be under the necessity of employing other generals, whose misconduct or incapacity might endanger his power, or whose triumphs... "
The Speeches of the Right Honourable Charles James Fox, in the House of ... - Page 400
by Charles James Fox - 1815
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Handbuch der englischen sprache und literature, Volume 1

H. Nolte - 1823
...which he holds in' the opinion of the French. Peace, then, would secare to him what he had alchieved and fix the inconstancy of fortune. But this will not be his only motive. He must eee that France also requires a respite — a breathing interval, to recruit her, wasted strength....
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Representative #: With # and #., Volume 2

1884
...incapacity might endanger his power, or whose triumphs even might affect the interest which he holds in the opinion of the French. Peace, then, would secure to...only motive. He must see that France also requires a respite—a breathing interval, to recruit her wasted strength. To procure her this respite, would...
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Pitman's Journal of Commercial Education, Volume 47

1888
...incapacity might endanger nis power, or whose triumphs even might affect the interest which he holds in the opinion of the French. Peace, then, would secure to...well as the means of acquiring more solid power, than anything which he can hope to gain from arms, and from the proudest triumphs. May he not, then, be...
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Orations of British Orators: Including Biographical and Critical ..., Volume 1

Orators - 1899 - 563 pages
...incapacity might endanger his power, or whose triumphs even might affect the interest which he holds in the opinion of the French. Peace, then, would secure to...only motive. He must see that France also requires a respite—a breathing interval, to recruit her wasted strength. To procure her this respite, would...
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Orations of British orators, including biographical and critical ..., Volume 23

Language Arts & Disciplines - 1900
...incapacity might endanger his power, or whose triumphs even might affect the interest which he holds in the opinion of the French. Peace, then, would secure to...well as the means of acquiring more solid power, than anything which he can hope to gain from arms, and from the proudest triumphs. May he not, then, be...
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Orations from Homer to William McKinley, Volume 7

Mayo Williamson Hazeltine - Speeches, addresses, etc - 1902
...incapacity might endanger his power, or whose triumphs even might affect the interest which he holds in the opinion of the French. Peace, then, would secure to...well as the means of acquiring more solid power, than anything which he can hope to gain from arms and from the proudest triumphs. 'May he not, then, be...
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Modern Eloquence, Volume 13

Thomas Brackett Reed, Rossiter Johnson, Justin McCarthy, Albert Ellery Bergh - After-dinner speeches - 1903
...incapacity might endanger his power, or whose triumphs even might affect the interest which he holds in the opinion of the French. Peace, then, would secure to...well as the means of acquiring more solid power, than anything which he can hope to gain from arms, and from the proudest triumphs. May he not, then, be...
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The World's Famous Orations, Volume 4

William Jennings Bryan, Francis Whiting Halsey - Speeches, addresses, etc - 1906
...incapacity might endanger his power, or whose triumphs even might affect the interest which he holds in the opinion of the French. Peace, then, would secure to...well as the means of acquiring more solid power, than anything which he can hope to gain from arms, and from the proudest triumphs. May he not, then, be...
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Famous Speeches

Herbert Woodfield Paul - Great Britain - 1911 - 456 pages
...incapacity might endanger his power, or whose triumphs even might affect the interest which he holds in the opinion of the French. Peace, then, would secure to...well as the means of acquiring more solid power, than anything which he can hope to gain from arms, and from the proudest triumphs. May he not then be jealous...
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The World's Great Speeches

Lewis Copeland, Lawrence W. Lamm, Stephen J. McKenna - History - 1999 - 920 pages
...incapacity might endanger his power, or whose triumphs even might affect the interest which he holds in the opinion of the French. Peace, then, would secure to...fix the inconstancy of fortune. But this will not he his only motive. He must sec that France also requires a respite — a breathing interval, to recruit...
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