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The history of Ireland from its union with Great Britain, in January 1801 ... - Page 32
by Francis Plowden - 1811
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The European Magazine: And London Review, Volume 47

1805
...litten only to the fentimentf of humanity and reafon. This moment once loll, what end can be adigned to a War which all my efforts will not be able to terminate ? Your Majefty has gained more within ten years, both in territory and riches, than the whole extent of Europe....
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Cobbett's Weekly Political Register, Volume 7

William Cobbett - Great Britain - 1805
...humanity and reason. This moment once lost, what end can be assigned to a war which all my tiForis will not be able to terminate! Your Majesty has gained...territory and riches, than the whole extent of Europe. Yonr i,, -'.'ion is at the highest point of prosperity •, what can it hope from war ?— To form...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Volume 75, Part 1

Early English newspapers - 1805
...only to the fentiments of humanity and realon. — This moment once loft, what end can bs affifrned to a war which all my efforts will not be able to terminate * 'Your Majcfty has gained more within 10 years, both in territory and riches, than the whale extent of Europe...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Volume 97

1805
...will not be able to terminate .- Your Majefty has gamed more within 10 years, liu'h in territory~and riches, than the whole extent of Europe *. Your Nation is at the highcft point of profperky ; what can it hope from war .' — To form a coalition of * Alluding to...
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Cobbett's Political Register, Volume 7

William Cobbett - Great Britain - 1806
...lost, what end can be assigned to a war which all my ttforts will not be able to termmate! Your M.ijeMy has gained more within ten years, both in territory and riches, than the whole extent of Europe. \o(\r nation is at the highest point of prosperity ; what can it hope from war ķ — lo trim a coalition...
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Annual Register, Volume 47

Edmund Burke - History - 1807
...passions, and listen only to the sentiments of humanity and reason. This moment once lost, "what end can be assigned to a, war which all my efforts will...more within ten years, both in territory and riches, thai! the whole extent of Europe. Your nation is at the highest point of prosperity ; what can it hope...
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The Annual Register of World Events: A Review of the Year, Volume 47

History - 1807
...«ask. to his children, lie reminded the British monarch, that tfie latter had gained more, in the last ten years, both in territory and riches, than the whole extent of Europe ; that bis country was at the highest pitch of prosperity, and could only Lope to form another walition...
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The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History, Politics, and Literature for ...

History - 1807
...to his children. He reminded the British monarch, that the' latter had gained more, in the last tea years, both in territory and riches, than the whole extent of Europe ; that his country was at the highest pitch of prosperity, and could only hope to form another «uaiition...
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The history of Ireland, from its union with Great Britain ... to October 1810

Francis Peter Plowden - 1811
...nor a moment more favourable to silence all the passions, and to listen only to the senti- / nicnts of humanity and reason. This moment once lost, what...Majesty has gained more within ten years, both in territory'and riches, than the whole extent of Europe ; your nation is at the highest point of prosperity...
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An impartial history of Europe, from the death of Louis xvi. To which is ...

Thomas Burgeland Johnson - 1812
...passions, and listen only to tbe sentiments of humanity and reason. This moment once lost, what end can be assigned to a war which all my efforts will...territory and riches, than the whole extent of Europe!* Yonr nation is at the highest point of prosperity — what can it hope from war ?—To form a coalition...
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