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" American seafaring citizens, and until a final declaration had been made by the Government of Great Britain that her hostile orders against our commerce would not be revoked but on conditions as impossible as unjust, whilst it was known that these orders... "
The American Mariners: Or, The Atlantic Voyage. A Moral Poem ... Prefixed is ... - Página 239
por John Davis - 1822 - 384 páginas
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The Annual Register of World Events: A Review of the Year, Volumen56

Edmund Burke - 1815
...impressment of thousands of seafaring citizens, and until a final declaration bad been made by the Government of Great Britain, that her hostile orders against...that these orders would not otherwise cease but with a war, which had lasted nearly 20 years, and which, according to appearance at that time, might last...
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Journal of the House of Representatives of the United States

United States. Congress. House - 1814
...thousands of American sea-fearing citizens, and until a final declaration hud been made by the government of Great Britain, that her hostile orders against...known that these orders would not otherwise cease, hut with a war which had lasted nearly twenty years, and which, •x-cording to appearances at that...
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Cobbett's Political Register, Volumen26

William Cobbett - 1814
...impressment of thousands of seafaring citizen', nnd until a flnnl declaration has been made by Hie Government of Great Britain, that her hostile orders against...would not be revoked but on conditions as impossible asunju<t, whilst it was known that lhe*c order; would not oiherwUc cease but with a war which had lasted...
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The New Monthly Magazine and Universal Register, Volumen2

...final declaration had been made by the government of Great Britain, that her hostile orders against out commerce would not be revoked but on conditions as impossible as unjust, whil-t it was known that these orders wduld not otherwise cease but with a war which haJ lasted ncail»...
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The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History, Politics, and Literature for ...

1815
...of thousands of seafaring citizens, and until a final declaration bad been made, by the Government of Great Britain, that her hostile orders against...that these orders would not otherwise cease but with a war, which had lasted nearly 20 years, and which, according to appearance at that time, might last...
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The New Annual Register, Or General Repository of History, Politics, and ...

1815
...seafaring citizens, and until a final declaration had been made by the government of Great Biitam, that her hostile orders against our commerce would...that these orders would not otherwise cease but with a war which had lasted nearly 20 year», and which, according to appearance at that time, might last...
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Annual Register, Volumen56

Edmund Burke - 1815
...been made by the Government of Great Britain, that her hostile orders against our commerce would u«t be revoked, but on conditions as impossible as unjust,...that these orders would not otherwise cease but with a war, which had lasted nearly 20 years, and which, according to appearance at that time, might last...
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Niles' National Register, Volumen7

1815
...thousands of American se:if:iring citizens, and until a final declaration had been made by the government of Great Britain, that her hostile orders against...our commerce would not be revoked, but on conditions Vermont, have been exceedingly serviceable, and have evinced a degree of patriotism and bravery worthy...
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The Edinburgh Annual Register, Volumen7

Walter Scott - 1816
...impressment of thousands of seafaring citizens, and until a final declaration had been made by the government of Great Britain, that her hostile orders against...that these orders would not otherwise cease but with a war which had lasted nearly twenty years, and which, according to appearances at that time, might...
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The History of the War: From the Commencement of the French ..., Volumen3

Hewson Clarke - 1816
...impressment of thousands of seafaring citizens, and until a final declaration had been made by the government of Great Britain, that her hostile orders against...known that these orders would not otherwise cease but v jth a war which had lasted nearly 20 years, .and which, .according to appearance at that time, might...
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