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" contrary, my country is so vast, so happily eireum"stanced in every way, that it would be unreason"able in me to desire more territory or more power "than I possess; on the contrary, I am the first to "tell you that our great, perhaps our only danger,... "
Invasion of the Crimea: Its Origin & ... Progress Down to the Death of Lord ... - Página 92
1863
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volumen 75

1854
...the extent of his territorial dominions. The only danger, be said, which he conld foresee to Russia would arise from an extension given to an empire already too large. From this general statement he presently condescended to particulars. " Close to us lies Turkey, and,...
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THE RUSSO-TURKISH CAMPAIGNS OF 1828 AND 1829 WITH A VIEW OF THE PRESENT ...

COLONEL CHESNEY, R.A., D.C.L., - 1854
...His Imperial Majesty has justly and wisely said : " My country is so vast, so happily circumstanced in every way, that it would be unreasonable in me...territory or more power than I possess. On the contrary," he observed, " our great, perhaps our only danger, is that which would arise from an extension given...
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England's battles by sea and land, from the commencement of the French ...

William Freke Williams, William Cooke Stafford - 1854
...imperial majesty has justly and wisely said :— ' My country is so vast, so happily circumstanced in every way, that it would be unreasonable in me...territory or more power than I possess. On the contrary,' he observed, ' our great, perhaps our only danger, is that which would arise from an extension given...
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Annual Register

1854
...intentions, if you like to call them so. On the contrary, my country is so vast, so happily circumstanced in every way, that it would be unreasonable in me to desire more territory or more power than 1 possess ; on the contrary, I am the first to tell you that our great, perhaps our only danger, is...
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The Russo-Turkish campaigns of 1828 and 1829: with a view of the present ...

Francis Rawdon Chesney - 1854 - 360 páginas
...intentions, if you like to call them so. On the contrary, my country is so vast, so happily circumstanced in every way, that it would be unreasonable in me to desire more territory or more power than 1 possess ; on the contrary, I am the first to tell you, that our great, perhaps our only danger, is...
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The Russo-Turkish campaigns of 1828 and 1829: with a view of the present ...

Francis Rawdon Chesney - 1854 - 360 páginas
...said : " My country is so vast, so happily circumstanced in every way, that it would be uureasonable in me to desire more territory or more power than I possess. On the contrary," he observed, " oar great, perhaps our only danger, is that which would arise from an extension given...
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History of the war: or, a record of the events, political and military ...

George Fowler - 1855 - 334 páginas
...if you like to call them. On the contrary, my country is so vast, so happily circumstanced in even' way, that it would be unreasonable in me to desire...perhaps our only danger is, that which would arise from the extension of an empire already too large. " Close to us lies Turkey, and in our present condition,...
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England's Greatness: Its Rise and Progress in Government, Laws, Religion ...

John Wade - 1856 - 815 páginas
...intentions, if yon like to call them so. On the contrary, my country is so vast, so happily circumstanced in every way, that it would be unreasonable in me...an extension given to an empire already too large." — Letter of Sir G. II. Seymour to Lord J. Russcll, Jan. 22. 1853. Secret Correspondence, Parl. Papers,...
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THE INVASION OF THE CRIMEA

ALEXANDER WILLIAM KINGLAKE - 1868
...intentions if you like to call them so. On the contrary, ' my country is so vast, so happily circumstanced in every way, ' that it would be unreasonable in me...which would arise from an extension given to an Empire al' ready too large. ' Close to us lies Turkey, and in our present condition noth' ing better for our...
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British War History During the Present Century

William Stokes - 1869 - 296 páginas
...intentions, if you like to call them so. On the contrary, my country is so vast, so happily circumstanced in every way, that it would be unreasonable in me...an extension given to an empire already too large." "And what, viewed apart from that violent suspicion which distorts everything to its own purpose, does...
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