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" And whereas such attempts on the part of the enemy would give to his Majesty an unquestionable right of retaliation, and would warrant his Majesty in enforcing the same prohibition of all commerce with France, which that power vainly hopes to effect against... "
English Admiralty Reports: 1808-1812, Edwards - Page vi
by George Minot - 1853
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Orders in Council: or an examination of the justice, legality, and policy of ...

France - 1808 - 114 pages
...fleets of France and her allies are themselves confined within their own ports by the superior valour and discipline of the British navy : And whereas such...his Majesty an unquestionable right of retaliation, arid would warrant his Majesty in enforc70 Ing the?;. same prohibition <of all commerce with France,...
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The New annual register, or General repository of history, politics, and ...

1808
...fleets of France and her allies are themselves confined within their own ports, by the supeiior valour and discipline of the British navy ; and whereas such...on the part of the enemy would give to his majesty аи unquestionable right of retaliation, and would warrant his majesty in enforcing the same prohibition...
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Annual Register, Volume 49

Edmund Burke - History - 1809
...fleets of France and her allies are themselves confined within their own ports, bv the superior valour and discipline of the British navy ; and whereas such...retaliation, and would warrant his majesty in enforcing the saute prohibition of all commerce nercewith France, which that power vainly hopes to effect against...
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The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History, Politics, and Literature for ...

History - 1809
...fleeU of France and her allies are themsel :cs confined uithin their own ports, by the superior valour and discipline of the British navy ; and whereas such...enemy would give to his majesty an unquestionable rigiil of retaliation, and would warrant his majesty in enforcing WH» seine prohibition of all commerce...
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The Edinburgh Annual Register, Volume 1

Walter Scott - Europe - 1810
...fleets of France and her allies are themselves confined within their own ports by the superior valour and discipline of the British navy : and whereas such...and would warrant his majesty in enforcing the same pro1 libition of all commerce with France, which that power vainly hopes to effect against the commerce...
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Cobbett's Parliamentary Debates, During the ... Session of the ..., Volume 8

Great Britain - 1812
...also talien upon itself to declare all " his majesty's dominions to be in a stale ** of blockade ; and whereas such attempts ** on the part of the enemy...unquestionable right of " retaliation, and would warrant his roa•* jesty in enforcing the same prohibition ** of all co'mmerce with France : and " whereas his...
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Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the High Court of Admiralty ...

Thomas Edwards, William Scott (Baron Stowell) - Admiralty - 1812 - 421 pages
...Majefty mi unqueftionable right of retaliation, and would warrant His Majefty in enforcing the \ fame prohibition of all commerce with France, which that power vainly hopes to effect againft the commerce of His Majefty's fubjefts ; a prohibition which the fuperiority of His Majefty's...
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Notifications, Orders, and Instructions, Relating to Prize Subjects, During ...

Prize law - 1813 - 177 pages
...Majefty an unqueftionable right of retaliation, and would warrant His Majefty in enforcing the fame prohibition of all commerce with France, which that power vainly hopes to eflect againft the commerce of His Majefty's fubjects ; a prohibition which the fuperiority of His...
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State Papers and Publick Documents of the United States from the Accession ...

United States - 1815
...within their own ports by the superiour valour and diseipline of the British navy; and whereas sueh attempts, on the part of the enemy, would give to his majesty au unquestionable right of retaliation, and would warrant his majesty in enforeing the same prohibition...
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History of the Wars Occasioned by the French Revolution, from the ..., Volume 2

C. H. Gifford - Europe - 1817
...manufactures, are in violation of the usages of war." " That such attempts on the part of the enemy would give g enterprise and by fertility of genius, maintained a sanguinary contest against two ships, on against all commerce with France, thesame prohibition which she vainly hopes to effect against us."...
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