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" Are there no means of coming to an understanding ? How can the two most enlightened nations of Europe, powerful and strong beyond what their safety and independence require... "
The Speeches of the Right Honourable Charles James Fox, in the House of ... - Page 367
by Charles James Fox - 1815
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The Annual Register of World Events: A Review of the Year, Volume 42

History - 1801
...facrifice to ideas of vain greatnels, the benefits of commerce, internal profperily, and the bappinefs of families? How is it that they do not feel that peace is of the firll neceflity, as well asof the firft glory ? " Thefe lenliments cannot be foreign to the heart of...
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The European Magazine: And London Review, Volume 37

1800
...facrifice to i-.'ens o vaia greatncls, the benefits of commerce, internal profperity, and the happiocfs of families ) How is it that they do not feel that Peace is of the in It neccffity, a well as of the fu it glory ? Thefe fentiments cannot be foreign to the heart of...
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The British Mercury: or, Historical and critical views of the ..., Volume 4

M. Mallet du Pan (Jacques) - Europe - 1799
...facrifice to ideas of vain greatnefs the benefit* of commerce, internal profperity, and the happinefs of families ? How is it that they do not feel that peace is of the firft neceflity, as well as of the firft glory ? Thefe fentiments cannot be foreign to the heart of...
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History of the Proceedings and Debates of the House of Commons

Great Britain - 1800
...facriiice to ideas of vain greatnefs, the benefits of commerce, internal profperity, and the happinefs of families ? How is it that they do not feel that peace is of the firft neceflity, as well as of the firft glory ? Thefe fentiments cannot be foreign to the heart of...
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The Columbian phenix and Boston review, Volume 1

Massachusetts - 1800 - 452 pages
...facrifice to ideas of Vain greatnefs, the benefits of commerce, internal profperity, and the happinefs of families ? How is it that they do not feel that peace is of the firft neceffity, as well as of the firit glory ? Thefe fentimcnts cannot be foreign in the heart of...
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the parliamentary regifter; or history of the proceedings and debates of the ...

j debrett - 1800
...facrifite to ideas of vain greatncfs, the benefits of commerce, internal profperity, and the happinefs of families ? How is it that they do not feel that peace it of the firft neceffity, as well at of the firft glory ?' Your Majefty will only fee in this overture...
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Annual Register, Volume 42

History - 1801
...facrifice to ideas of vain greatnefi the benefits of commerce, internal profperity. and and the happinefs of families ? How , is it that they do not feel that peace is of the firft noceliity as well as the firft glory ? Thefc fentiments cannot be foreign to the Iieart of your...
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Annual Register, Volume 42

Edmund Burke - History - 1801
...facrifice to ideas of vain greatnefs, the benefits of commerce, internal profperity, and the bappinefs of families? How is it that they do not feel that peace is of the firrt neceffity, as well as of the firft glory ?• " Thefe* fentiments cannot be foreign to the heart...
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The New Annual Register, Or General Repository of History, Politics, and ...

English poetry - 1801
...iudepeud*' ence require, facrihce to idtas of . " vain grandeur, commerce, pro•' fperity, and peace: How is it that " they do not feel that peace is of " the fir ft importance, as well as the " higheft gbry ? " Thefe fentiments' cannot be ''• foreign to the...
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The Senator; or, Clarendon's parliamentary chronicle, Volume 24

1799
...facrifice to ideas of vain greatnefs, the benefits of commerce, internal profperity, and the happinefs of Families? — How is it that they do not feel that Peace is of the firfl neceffity, as well as of the firft glory? Thefe fentimerits cannot br foreign to the heart of...
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