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" ... to develope her moral and material forces, and to work fraternally with her neighbours for the progress of civilization. It is this France which, left to her free action, immediately asks the cessation of the war, but prefers its disasters a thousand... "
Dictionary of dates, and universal reference. [With] - Page 19
by Joseph Timothy Haydn - 1871
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The Annual Register of World Events: A Review of the Year, Volume 112

Edmund Burke - History - 1871
...to work fraternally with her neighbours for the progress of civilization. It is this France which, left to her free action, immediately asks the cessation...prefers its disasters a thousand times to dishonour. Vainly those who set loose a terrible scourge try now to escape the crushing responsibility by falsely...
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The Franco-Prussian War: Its Causes, Incidents, and Consequences, Volume 2

Henry Montague Hozier - Franco-Prussian War, 1870-1871 - 1870
...to work fraternally with her neighbours for the progress of civilization. It is this France which, left to her free action, immediately asks the cessation...prefers its disasters a thousand times to dishonour. Vainly those who set loose a terrible scourge try now to escape the crushing responsibility, by falsely...
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The Annual Register, Volume 112

Edmund Burke - Books - 1871
...to work fraternally with her neighbours for the progress of civilization. It is this France which, left to her free action, immediately asks the cessation...prefers its disasters a thousand times to dishonour. Vainly those who set loose a terrible scourge try now to escape the crushing responsibility by falsely...
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Cassell's history of the war between France and ..., Volume 1; Volume 175

Edmund Ollier - 1871
...work fraternally with her neighbours for the progress of civilisation — it is this France, which, left to her free action, immediately asks the cessation...prefers its disasters a thousand times to dishonour. Vainly those who set loose a terrible scourge try now to escape the crushing responsibility by falsely...
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Annual Register

History - 1871
...to work fraternally with her neighbours for the progress of civilization. It is this France which, left to her free action, immediately asks the cessation...prefers its disasters a thousand times to dishonour. Vainly those who set loose a terrible scourge try now to escape the crushing responsibility by falsely...
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Cassell's history of the war between France and ..., Volume 1; Volume 202

Edmund Ollier - 1873
...neighbours for the progress of civilisation — it is tlut IfJ2 M. FAVRE'S ARGUMENTS. 163 France, which, left to her free action, immediately asks the cessation of the war, but prefers its disasters a thousand rimes to dishonour. Vainly those who set loose a terrible scourge try now to escape the crushrag responsibility...
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Haydn's Dictionary of Dates: Relating to All Ages and Nations, for Universal ...

Joseph Haydn, Benjamin Vincent - Chronology, Historical - 1874 - 930 pages
...have already fallen ; announces that a freely elected assembly is summoned, and that the enveniment will abide by its judgment, and that France, left...Obligation to repair by a measure of justice the ill it bas donc 17 Sept „ Л government delegation at Tours under M. Cremieux, the minister of justice ;...
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Haydn's Dictionary of Dates Relating to All Ages and Nations: For Universal ...

Joseph Haydn - Chronology, Historical - 1883 - 833 pages
...disinterestedness; urges that statesmen should hesitate to continue a war in which more than 200, 000 men have already fallen; announces that a freely elected...war, but prefers its disasters a thousand times to dishonor. He admits that Franco has been wrong, and acknowledges its obligation to repair by a measure...
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The United Service Magazine: With which ..., Volume 124; Volume 1870, Issue 3

Military art and science - 1870
...to work fraternally with her neighbours for the progress of civilization. " It is this Franco which, left to her free action, immediately asks the cessation...prefers its disasters a thousand times to dishonour. Vainly those who set loose a terrible scourge try now to escape the crushing responsibility by falsely...
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