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" To consign to distant exile and imprisonment a foreign and captive chief, who, after the abdication of his authority, relying on British generosity, had surrendered himself to us in preference to his other enemies, is unworthy of the magnanimity of a... "
History of the Captivity of Napoleon at St. Helena: From the Letters and ... - Página 22
de William Forsyth, Sir Hudson Lowe - 1853
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The National Register

1816
...who is the object of the present bill, I disapprove of the measure which it sanctions and continues. To consign to distant exile and imprisonment a foreign...us in preference to his other enemies, is unworthy the magnanimity of a great country; and the treaties by which, after his captivity, we have bound ourselves...
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The Parliamentary Debates from the Year 1803 to the Present Time, Volumen 33

1816
...is the object of the present bill, I disapprove of the measure which it sanctions and continues. " To consign to distant exile and imprisonment a foreign...us in preference to his other enemies, is unworthy the magnanimity of a great country , — and, the treaties by which, after his captivity, we bound...
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The Life of Napoleon Bonaparte, Volumen 4

William Henry Ireland - 1828
...person who is the object of the present bill, I disapprove of the measure it unction* and continues. To consign to distant exile and imprisonment a foreign...in preference to his other enemies, is unworthy of tta magnanimity of a great country ; and the treaties by which, after his captivity, we of his Lordship's...
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The history of Napoleon

Richard Henry Horne - 1841
...person who is the object of the present bill, I disapprove of the measure it sanctions and continues. " To consign to distant exile and imprisonment a foreign...is unworthy of the magnanimity of a great country; and the treaties by which, after his captivity, we have bound ourselves to detain him in custody, at...
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The opinions of lord Holland, as recorded in the journals of the House of ...

Henry Richard Fox (3rd baron Holland.) - 1841
...is the object of the present Bill, I disapprove of the measure which it sanctions and continues. " To consign to distant exile and imprisonment a foreign...us in preference to his other enemies, is unworthy the magnanimity of a great country ; and the treaties by which after his captivity we bound ourselves...
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The Christian reformer; or, Unitarian magazine and review [ed. by R. Aspland].

Robert Aspland - 1851
...courage, and stigmatized as ungenerous. He thought it " unworthy the magnanimity of a great country to consign to distant exile and imprisonment a foreign...himself to us in preference to his other enemies." He stigmatized the treaties by which the English Government bound themselves to detain Napoleon in...
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A voice from the tomb. A dialogue between Nelson and Wellington, overheard ...

1853
...person who is the object of the present bill, I disapprove of the measure it sanctions and continues. . To consign to distant exile and imprisonment a foreign...is unworthy of the magnanimity of a great country ; and the treaties by which, after his captivity, we have bound ourselves to detain him in oustody,...
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Napoleon in Exile: Or, A Voice from St. Helena. The Opinions and ..., Volumen 1

Barry Edward O'Meara - 1853
...exile and imprisonment a foreign and captive chief, who, after the abdication of his authority, reiving on British generosity, had surrendered himself to...is unworthy of the magnanimity of a great country ; and the treaties by which, after his captivity, we have bound ourselves to detain him in custody,...
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Napoleon in Exile: Or, A Voice from St. Helena. The Opinions and ..., Volumen 1

Barry Edward O'Meara, Napoleon I (Emperor of the French) - 1853
...who is the object of the present bill, I disapprove of the measure which it sanetions and continues. To consign to distant exile and imprisonment a foreign...abdication of his authority, relying on British generosity, hud surrendered himself to us in preference to his other enemies, is unworthy of the magnanimity of...
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British War History During the Present Century

William Stokes - 1869 - 296 páginas
...is the object of the present bill, I disapprove of the measure which it sanctions and continues. " To consign to distant exile and imprisonment a foreign...is unworthy of the magnanimity of a great country ; and the treaties by which, after his captivity, we have bound ourselves to detain him in custody,...
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