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" ... soon ; that the political and commercial advantages of establishing a second route would at any time be considerable, and might, under possible circumstances, be exceedingly great ; and that it would be worth the while of the English Government to... "
Supplement to The Annals of Our Time: From February 28, 1871 to March 19, 1874 - Page 78
by Joseph Irving - 1875
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Hansard's Parliamentary Debates

Great Britain. Parliament - Great Britain - 1883
...circumstances, be exceedingly great ; and that it would bo worth the Euphrates Valley {JuLY 26, 1883) Railway. while of the English Government to make an effort...the moderate pecuniary risk which they would incur." The objection made to the scheme by the Government last year, was that it would involve too great expenditure....
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The Nautical Magazine: A Journal of Papers on Subjects Connected ..., Volume 41

Naval art and science - 1872
...must not be expected too soon. That the political and commercial advantages of establishing a second route would at any time be considerable, and might,...great ; and that it would be worth the while of the British Government to make an effort to secure them, considering the moderate pecuniary risk which...
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Bradshaw's railway almanack, directory, shareholders' guide, and manual

George Bradshaw - 1848
...must not be expected too soon; that the political and commercial advantages of establishing- a second route would at any time be considerable, and might,...the moderate pecuniary risk which they would incur. They believe that this may best bo dono by opening communications with the Government of Turkey in...
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New Monthly Magazine

William Harrison Ainsworth - 1872
...not be expected too soon ; and that the political and commercial advantages of establishing a second route would at any time be considerable, and might,...considering the moderate pecuniary risk which they would They believe that this may best be done by opening cornincur. 228 by the semi-official correspondence...
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India and Her Neighbours

Sir William Patrick Andrew - Eastern question (Central Asia) - 1878 - 413 pages
...must not be expected too soon ; THAT THE POLITICAL AND COMMERCIAL ADVANTAGES OF ESTABLISHING A SECOND ROUTE WOULD AT ANY TIME BE CONSIDERABLE, AND MIGHT,...THE MODERATE PECUNIARY RISK WHICH THEY WOULD INCUR. THEY BELIEVE THAT THIS MAY BEST BE DONE BY OPENING COMMUNICATIONS WITH THE GOVERNMENT OF TURKEY IN...
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 124

Scottish periodicals - 1878
...the House " that the political and commercial advantages of a second route [viz., that through Syria] would at any time be considerable, and might, under...the moderate pecuniary risk which they would incur." The "possible circumstances," we should say, have become matters of fact; for assuredly, and as is...
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 124

Scotland - 1878
...the House " that the political and commercial advantages of a second route [viz., that through Syria] would at any time be considerable, and might, under...the moderate pecuniary risk which they would incur." The " possible circumstances," we should say, have become matters of fact; for assuredly, and as is...
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India and Her Neighbours

Sir William Patrick Andrew - Eastern question (Central Asia) - 1878 - 413 pages
...must not bo expected too soon ; THAT THE POLITICAL AND COMMERCIAL ADVANTAGES OF ESTABLISHING A SECOND ROUTE WOULD AT ANY TIME BE CONSIDERABLE, AND MIGHT,...WOULD BE WORTH THE WHILE OF THE ENGLISH GOVERNMENT TO MAEE AN EFFORT TO SECURE THEM, CONSIDERING THE MODERATE PECUNIARY RISK WHICH THEY WOULD INCUR. THEY...
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Through Asiatic Turkey: Narrative of a Journey from Bombay to the ..., Volume 2

Grattan Geary - Middle East - 1878
...the Suez Canal, would be so great that in the opinion of a Select Committee of the House of Commons " it would be worth the while of the English Government...to make an effort to secure them, considering the small pecuniary risk which they would incur." " That opinion was arrived at six years ago when the...
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 124

Scottish periodicals - 1878
...the House " that the political and commercial advantagesof a second route [viz., that through Syria] would at any time be considerable, and might, under possible circumstances, be exceedingly great T and that it would be worth the while of the English Government to make an effort to secure them,,...
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