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" French republic expects, however, that the successors of Columbus, Raleigh, and Penn, always proud of their liberty, will never forget that they owe it to France. "
Porcupine's Works: Containing Various Writings and Selections, Exhibiting a ... - Trang 119
bởi William Cobbett - 1801
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Instructions to the Envoys Extraordinary and Ministers Plenipotentiary from ...

United States. Department of State - 1798 - 131 trang
...to the fmggeftions of its ancient tyrants. The French Republic hopes, moreover, that the fucccflbrs of Columbus, Raleigh, and Penn, always proud of their...will never forget that they owe it to France. They "wifl 'weigh in their wifdom the magnanimous good will of the French people with the crafty carefles...

The American Museum: Or, Annual Register of Fugitive Pieces, Ancient and ...

1799 - 416 trang
...American government to the fuggeftions of its ancient tyrants. The French republic hopes, moreover, that the fucceflbrs of Columbus, Raleigh, and Penn,...They will weigh, in their wifdom, the magnanimous good will of the French people with the crafty careffes of certain perfidious perfons, who meditate...

A Collection of State Papers Relative to the War Against France Now Carrying ...

John Debrett, John Debritt - 1799
...former tyrants. — Moreover, the French republic hopes, that the fuccefibrs of Columbus, Kamhiph *, and Penn, always proud of their liberty, will never forget that they owe it to France. They will weigh-in their wifdom the magnanimous benevolence of the French people with the crafty carefles of...

A Collection of State Papers Relative to the War Against France Now Carrying ...

John Debritt - 1799
...tyrants. — Moreover, the French republic hopes, that the fuccefTors of Columbus, Kamhiph *, and Pcnn, always proud of their liberty, will never forget that they owe it to France. They will weigh-in their wifdom the magnanimous benevolence of the French people with the crafty careffes of...

State Papers and Publick Documents of the United States from the Accession ...

1815
...to the suggestions of its ancient tyrants. The French republick hopes, moreover, that the successors of Columbus, Raleigh, and Penn, always proud of their...that they owe it to France. They will weigh in their wisdom the magnanimous good will of t|je French people with the crafty caresses of certain perfidious...

State Papers Relating to the Diplomatick Transactions Between the ..., Tập 3

A. G. Gebhardt - 1816
...tyrants. The French Republic hopes, moreover, that the successors of Columbus, Raleigh, and Penn, atways proud of their liberty, will never forget that they owe it to France. They "will weigh in their wisdom the magnanimous good will of the trench people with the crafty caresses of certain perfidious...

State Papers and Publick Documents of the United States, from the Accession ...

1817
...her former tyrants — moreover the French Republick hopes that the successors of Columbus, Ramhiph* and Penn, always proud of their liberty, will never...that they owe it to France. They will weigh, in their wisdom, the magnanimous benevolence of the French people with the crafty caresses of certain perfidious...

Correspondence Between the Hon. John Adams ...

John Adams - 1823 - 219 trang
...United States were insulted in the speech to Mr. Monroe : " They," (said the Presi" dent Barras) " always proud of their liberty, will " never forget that they owe it to France." A generous friend, who had conferred the greate.st benefit, eveu at the hazard of life, on another,...

A Review of the Correspondence Between the Hon. John Adams, Late President ...

Timothy Pickering - 1824 - 197 trang
...United States were insulted in the speech to Mr. Monroe : " They," (said the Presi" dent Barras) " always proud of their liberty, will " never forget that they owe it to France." A generous friend, who had conferred the greatest benefit, even at the hazard of life, on another,...

A Political and Civil History of the United States of America: From ..., Tập 2

Timothy Pitkin - 1828
...government to the wishes of its ancient tyrants. The French republic expects, however, that the successors of Columbus, Raleigh and Penn, always proud of their...that they owe it to France. They will weigh in their wisdom the magnanimous friendship of the French people, with the caresses of perfidious men, who meditate...




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