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" Europe, established by solemn treaties and guaranteed by the consent of all the powers. This government, adhering to the maxims which it has followed for more than a century, will also never see with indifference that France shall make herself, either... "
The European Magazine, and London Review - Trang 71
1793
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The Parliamentary Register: Or, History of the Proceedings and Debates of ...

Great Britain. Parliament - 1793
...herfelf the only Judge, the political fyltcm of Europe, eftablifhed by folemn treaties, and guaranteed by the confent of all the powers. — This Government,...will alfo never fee with indifference, that France (hall make herftlf, either direftly or indirectly, Sovereign of the Low Countries, or general arbitrefs...

Anthologia Hibernica: Or Monthly Collections of Science, Belles ..., Tập 1

1793
...fyftem of Europe, eftablilhed by iolemn treaties, and guaranteed by the confent of all the pbwtrs. This government, adhering to the maxims which it has...will alfo never fee with indifference that France (hall make hcrfelf, either direflly or indireftly, Sovereign of the Low Countries, or general arbitréis...

The Universal Magazine, Tập 92

1793
...the only judge, the political I'yfttm of Europe, tftabiiihed by loleir.n treaties, and guaranteed by the confent of all the powers. This government, adhering...which it has followed for more than a century, will ali'o never lee with indifference that France íhall malee heriélí, cither direffly or indireniy,...

The Gentleman's Magazine, Tập 73

1793
...juilge, the political fyftera of turope, ellahlilhed by folemn Treaties, and guaranteed by the confeni of all the powers. This Government, adhering to the maxims which it has followed for more thin a century, will alfo never fee-wiih indiiference tlut France (hall make heiii-lf, either directly...

The Bee: Or Literary Weekly Intelligencer, Tập 13

James Anderson - 1793
...system of Europe, establifhed by solemn es, and guaranteed by the consent of all the powers. Thl» government, adhering to the maxims which it has followed for more than a century, will also never see with indifference that France fhall make herself, either directly or indirectly, sovereign...

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

John Bebrett - 1794
...herfelf the only judge, the political fyftem of Europe, eftablimed by folemn treaties, and guaranteed by the confent of all the powers. This government, adhering...will alfo never fee with indifference, that France fhall make herfelf, either directly or indirectly, fovereign of the Low Countries, or general arbitrefs...

The Bee: Or Literary Weekly Intelligencer, Tập 13

James Anderson - 1793
...the Low Countries, or had the right to dictate laws to all Europe. es, and guaranteed by the consent of all the powers. This government, adhering to the...which it has followed for more than a century, will also never see with indifference that France fhall make herself, either directly or indirectly, sovereign...

The History of the Politicks of Great Britain and France: From ... the ...

Herbert Marsh - 1800
...the political fyf" tern of Europe, eftablifhed by folemn trea" ties, and guaranteed by the confcnt of all " the powers. This Government, adhering " to...*' more than a century> will alfo never fee " with indirFerence that Frahce mall make " herfelf, either directly or indirectly •, fbve" reign of the...

Remarks on a Late Publication, Styled The History of the Politics of Great ...

William Belsham - 1800 - 133 trang
...eftablifhed by folemn treaties and guaranteed " by the confent of all the Powers. This Go" vernment, adhering to the maxims which it " has followed for...will " alfo never fee with indifference that France " fhall make herfelf, either dire£Hy or indireft" ly, fovereign of the Low Countries, or gene" ral...

Reflections on the Political and Moral State of Society: At the Close of the ...

John Bowles - 1800 - 264 trang
...difproved by the following palfages of Lord Grenville's letter to M. Chauvelin, dated Dec. 31, 1791. — " This Government, adhering to the maxims which it has followed for more than a century, will never fee, with indifference, that France fhall make herfelf, either direttly or indirectly, Sovereign...




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