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" ... various documents of the Portuguese Government being so much influenced by terror of the French arms, as to have acquiesced to certain demands of France operating against Great Britain. The distribution of the Portuguese force was made wholly on the... "
The Universal magazine - Page 557
1807
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Cobbett's Political Register, Volume 13

William Cobbett - Great Britain - 1808 - 540 pages
...Britain. The distribution of the Portuguese force was made wholly on the coast, while the land side was left totally unguarded. British subjects of all...descriptions were detained"; and it therefore became neeessaiy to- inform the Portuguese government, that the case had arisen which required, in obedience...
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The Scots Magazine and Edinburgh Literary Miscellany, Volume 70

English literature - 1808 - 1016 pages
...Britain. The distribution of the Portuguese force was made wholly on the ceast, while the land side was left totally unguarded. British subjects of all...I should declare the Tagus in a state of blockade ; and Lord Stranglord agreeing with me that hostility should be met by hostility, the blockade was...
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Mr. Redhead Yorke's weekly political review, Volume 3

1807 - 770 pages
...Britain. The distribution of the Portuguese force was made wholly on the coast, while the land side was left totally unguarded. British subjects, of all...I should declare the Tagus in a state of blockade ; and lord Strangford agreeing with me, that hostility shculd be met by hostility, the blockade was...
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Cobbett's Weekly Political Register, Volume 13

Great Britain - 1808 - 534 pages
...Britain. The distribution of life Portuguese force was made wholly on the coast, while the land side was left totally unguarded. British subjects of all...I should declare the Tagus in a state of blockade; aud Lord Strangford agreeing with me that hostility should be met with hostility, the blockade was...
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The New annual register, or General repository of history ..., Volume 28

1808 - 1142 pages
...Britain. The distribution of the Portuguese force was made wholly on t!ie coast, while the land side was left totally unguarded. British subjects of all...descriptions were detained ; and it therefore became necessaiy to inform the Portugués« government, that the case had aribcu which required, ill ebodirnc;...
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The British trident; or, Register of naval actions, from ... the ..., Volume 6

Archibald Duncan - 1809 - 412 pages
...Britain. The distribution of the Portuguese force was made wholly on the coast, while the land side was left totally unguarded, British subjects of all...to my instructions, that I should declare the Tagus Lo a etate of blockade ; and Lord Strangford agreeing with me that hostility should be met by hostility,...
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Annual Register, Volume 49

Edmund Burke - History - 1809 - 1138 pages
...Britain. The distribution of the Portuguese force was made, wholly on the coast, while the land-bide •was left totally unguarded. British subjects of...therefore became necessary to inform the Portuguese sovernmcnt, that the case had arisen which required, in obedience to my instructions, that 1 should...
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Annual Register, Volume 49

Edmund Burke - History - 1809 - 1484 pages
...Portuguese force was made wholly on the coasf, while the land side was left totally unguarded. Britibh subjects of all descriptions were detained ; and it...therefore became necessary to inform the Portuguese go?ernment, that tha case hud arisen which required, in obedience to my instructions, that 1 should...
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The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History, Politics, and Literature for ...

History - 1809 - 1080 pages
...Britain. The distribution of the Portuguese force was nade wholly on the coast, while the land-.sicle •was left totally unguarded. British subjects of...descriptions were detained ; and it therefore became nece^ary to inform the Portuguese government, that the case had arisen which required, in obedience...
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Journal of a Voyage to Brazil: And Residence There, During Part of the Years ...

Lady Maria Callcott - Brazil - 1824 - 376 pages
...Britain. The distribution of the " Portuguese force was made wholly on the coast, while the land side " was left totally unguarded. British subjects of all...; and it therefore became necessary to inform the G 2 44 " Portuguese government, that the case had arisen, which required, " in obedience to my instructions,...
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