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" ... but when that country professes the unnatural design not only of estranging herself from us, but of mortgaging herself and her resources to our enemies, the whole contest is changed ; and the question is, how far Great Britain may, by every means... "
A View of the History of Great Britain: During the Administration of Lord ... - Page 338
1782 - 243 pages
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The Scots Magazine, Volume 43

English literature - 1781
...mortgaging herlclf and her refources to our enemies, the whole conteil is changed ; and the quellion is, How far Great Britain may, by every means in her power, deftroy, or render ufelcfs, the enemy begin to burn or deftroy any town, it be recommended to the people of thefi ftates,...
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The Annual Register of World Events: A Review of the Year, Volume 22

History - 1796
...of mortgaging herfelf and " her refources to our enemies, •' the whole conteft is changed ; " and the queftion is, how far " Great -Britain may, by...means in her power, deftroy or " render ufelefs, a connexion " contrived for her ruin, and for " the aggrandizement of France. Under fuch circumftances,...
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Annual Register, Volume 21

Edmund Burke - History - 1778
...from us, but of mortgaging herfelf and herrefources to our enemies, the whole conteft is changed ; and the queftion is, how far Great Britain may, by every...ufelefs a connection contrived for her ruin, and for the aggrandizement of France. Under fuch circumstances the laws of felf-prefervation mull direft the conduit...
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The Parliamentary Register: Or, History of the Proceedings and ..., Volume 11

Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons - Great Britain - 1779
...mortgaging herfelf, and her refources, to our enemies, the whole conteft is changed ; and the qucftion is, how far Great Britain may, by every means in her power, . deftroy, or render ufelefs, a connexion contrived for her ruin, andfortheaggrandizementofFrancc. Under fuch circumftances, the laws...
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An Impartial History of the Present War in America: Containing an ..., Volume 2

James Murray - United States - 1780
...from us, but of mortgaging herfelf and her refources to our enemies, the whole conteft is changed; and the queftion is, how far Great Britain may, by every...render ufelefs a connection contrived for her ruin and the aggrandizement of France. Under fuch circumftances, the laws of felt" prefervation muft direft...
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Annual Register, Volume 22

Edmund Burke - History - 1780
...us, but of* mortgaging herklf, and her refourccs, to our e.-.emics, the whole conteft is changed, and the queftion is, how far Great Britain may, by every means in her power, deftroyor render ufelefs a connection contrived for her ruin, and for the aggrandizement of France....
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Four Tracts ..., Volumes 1-4

Thomas Day - Electronic book - 1785 - 433 pages
...offenfive war with America, was • to our enemies., the whole conteft is changed ; and the quef• don is, How far Great Britain may, by every means in '...connection contrived • for her ruin, and for the aggrandizement of France. " Under fijch circumftances, the laws of felf-prefervation "f muft direct...
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History of the War with America, France, Spain, and Holland ..., Volume 3

John Andrews - Great Britain - 1786
...from us, but of mortgaging herfelf and her refources to our enemies, the whole conteft is changed; and the queftion is, how far Great Britain may, by every means in her power, deftroy o?render ulelefs, a connection contrived for her ruin-, ami for the aggrandifement of France ?" ff...
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History of the War with America, France, Spain, and Holland ..., Volume 3

John Andrews - Great Britain - 1786
...enemies, the whole cbnteft is changed ; and the queftion is, How far Great Bri.tain may, by every rneahs in her power, deftroy or render ufelefs, a connection contrived for her rutn, and fof the aggranttifement of Frante ? '' ': ** .Under fuch. circ'umftances', the laws of felfprefervation...
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The History of the Origin, Progress, and Termination of the ..., Volume 2

Charles Stedman - United States - 1794
...mortgaging herfelf and her refources to our enemies, the whole conteft is changed ; and the queflioit is, how far Great Britain may, by every means in her power, deftroy or render ufelcfs a connexion contrived for her ruin, and for the aggrandizement of France, 177*. powers contained...
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