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" British cruisers have no pretension, in any manner, to interfere. Such vessels must be permitted, if engaged in it, to enjoy a monopoly of this unhallowed trade; but the British government will never endure that the fraudulent use of the American flag... "
The Right of Search: As Between France, America, and Great Britain - Página 9
por Denis Creagh Moylan - 1843 - 48 páginas
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House Documents, Otherwise Publ. as Executive Documents: 13th ..., Volumen5

United States. Congress. House
...interfere. Such vessels must be permitted, if engaged in it, to enjoy a monopoly of this unhallowed trade ; but the British Government will never endure...other nations by whom it is abhorred, and who have euiered into solemn treaties witli this country for its entire suppression. In order to prove to Mr....
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The Monthly Chronicle, Volumen3

Nathan Hale - 1842
...interfere. Such vessels must be permitted, if engaged in it, to enjoy a monopoly of this unhallowed trade , but the British Government will never endure...treaties with this country for its entire suppression. '• In order to prove to Mr. Everett the anxiety of her Majesty's government to prevent all reasonable...
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Report of the Committee of the African Civilization Society to the Public ...

Society for the Extinction of the Slave Trade and for the Civilization of Africa - 1842 - 99 páginas
...interfere. Such vessels must be permitted, if engaged in it, to enjoy a monopoly of this unhallowed trade ; but the British Government will never endure...treaties with this country for its entire suppression. " In order to prove to Mr. Everett the anxiety of Her Majesty's Government to prevent all reasonable...
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Hansard's Parliamentary Debates

Great Britain. Parliament - 1843
...interfere. Such vessels mu^t be permitted, if engaged in it. to enjoy a monopoly of this unhallowed trade ; but the British Government will never endure...other nations by whom it is abhorred, and who have eulcreJ into solemn treaties willi this country for its entire suppression." That eloquent passage...
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Observations Upon the Treaty of Washington, Signed August 9, 1842: With the ...

George William Featherstonhaugh - 1843 - 119 páginas
...permitted, " if engaged in it, to enjoy a monopoly of this " unhallowed trade; but the British Covern" ment will never endure that the fraudulent " use of the...extend the " iniquity to other nations, by whom it is abhor" red, and who have entered into solemn Trea" ties with this country for its entire suppression....
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Message from the President of the United States, Communicating, (in ...

United States. Dept. of State - 1846 - 248 páginas
...interfere. Such vessels must be permitted, if engaged in it, to enjoy a monopoly of this unhallowed trade; but the British government will never endure...treaties with this country for its entire suppression. In order to prove to Mr. Everett the anxiety of her Majesty's government to prevent all reasonable...
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The Diplomatic and Official Papers of Daniel Webster, While Secretary of State

Daniel Webster, United States. Department of State - 1848 - 392 páginas
...; but the British government will never endure that the fraudulent use of the American flag shall K extend the iniquity to other nations by whom it is...treaties with this country for its entire suppression. In order to prove to Mr. Everett the anxiety of her majesty's government to prevent all reasonable...
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The Diplomatic and Official Papers of Daniel Webster, While Secretary of State

Daniel Webster, United States. Department of State - 1848 - 392 páginas
...the correspondence which took place between Mr. Forsyth, late Secretary of State, and Mr. Fox, her extend the Iniquity to other nations by whom it is...have entered into solemn treaties with this country lor its entire suppression. In order to prove to Mr. Everett the anxiety of her majesty's government...
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The African Repository, Volumen18

1842
...the fraudulent use of the American Sag shall extend the iniquity to other nations, !,•. whom it i! abhorred, and who have entered into solemn treaties with this country for its entire suppression." THE NIGER EXPEDITTON. — In reply to a question Lord Stanley stated " that it was not the intention...
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Fur Seal Abitration, Volumen13

Bering Sea Tribunal of Arbitration - 1895
...interfere. Such vessels must be permitted, if engaged in it, to enjoy a monopoly of this unhallowed Trade; but the British Government will never endure...Treaties with this country for its entire suppression. 1110 I will now read the last paragraph of the letter : Mr. Stevenson has said that he had no wish...
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