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" Majesty had done all that friendship and the remembrance of ancient alliance could justly require; but that a single step beyond the line of modified hostility, thus most reluctantly consented to, must necessarily lead to the extremity of actual war.... "
The Universal magazine - Page 556
1807
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Cobbett's Political Register, Volume 13

William Cobbett - Great Britain - 1808 - 540 pages
...that concession to the peculiar circum-tances of ihe Piir.ce Regent's filiation, his Majesty had dime all that friendship and the remembrance of ancient...could justly require; but that a single step beyond t lie line of modified hostility, thus most reluctantly consented to, must cecessarily lead to the...
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The Scots Magazine and Edinburgh Literary Miscellany, Volume 70

English literature - 1808 - 1016 pages
...that in making that concession to the peculiar circumstances of the Prince Regent's situation, his Majesty had done all that friendship and the remembrance...thus most reluctantly consented to, must necessarily lead to the extremity of actual war. The Prince Regent, however, suffered himself for a moment to forget,...
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Mr. Redhead Yorke's weekly political review, Volume 3

1807 - 770 pages
...frieix498 ship, and the remembrance of ancient alliance, co-aid justly reqtn're ; but that a singlf step beyond the line of modified hostility, thus most reluctantly consented to, must necessarily lead to the extremity of actual war. The prince-regent, however, suffered himself, for a moment, to...
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Cobbett's Weekly Political Register, Volume 13

Great Britain - 1808 - 534 pages
...Prince Regent's situation, bis Majesty had done all that ifriendship and the remembrance of anciei-.t alliance could justly require; but that a single step...thus most reluctantly consented to, must necessarily lead to the extremity of actual war. — The Prince Regent, however, suffered himself for a moment...
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The New annual register, or General repository of history ..., Volume 28

1808 - 1142 pages
...all that friendship und the rvmembrnnce of antient alliance could justly require ; but that a jingle step beyond the line of modified hostility, thus most reluctantly consented to, must necessarily lead to the extremity of actual war. The prince regent, however, suffered himself fora mon:ent to forget...
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The British trident; or, Register of naval actions, from ... the ..., Volume 6

Archibald Duncan - 1809 - 412 pages
...that in making that concession to the peculiar circumstances of the Prince Regent's situation, his Majesty had done all that friendship and the remembrance...thus most reluctantly consented to, must necessarily lead to tlm extremity of actual war. " The Prince Regent, however, suffered himself for a moment to...
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Annual Register, Volume 49

Edmund Burke - History - 1809 - 1484 pages
...situation, his majesty had done all that friendship and the remembrance of ancient alliancf alliance couU justly require; but that a single step beyond the...thus most reluctantly consented to, must necessarily lead to the extremity of actual war. The prince regent, however, suffered himself for a moment to forget...
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Annual Register, Volume 49

Edmund Burke - History - 1809 - 1138 pages
...majesty had done all that friendship and the remcmbiance of ancient alliance could justly require ; bat that a single step beyond the line of modified hostility,...thus most reluctantly consented to, must necessarily lead to the extremity of actual war. The prince regent, however, suffered himself for a moment to forget...
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The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History, Politics, and Literature for ...

History - 1809 - 1080 pages
...' jesty had done all that friendship and the remembrance of ancient alliance alliance could justlj require ; but that a single step beyond the line of modified hostility, thus iiiost re. iuci.iutly consented to, must ncccsliirily lead to the extremity of actual war. The priuce...
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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
...that in making that concession to the peculiar cir" cumstances of the Prince Regent's situation, His Majesty had done " all that friendship and the remembrance...thus most reluctantly consented to, must necessarily lead " to the extremity of actual war. " The Prince Regent, however, suffered himself for a moment...
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