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" NATIONS The French nation renounces the undertaking of any war with a view to making conquests, and will never employ its forces against the liberty of any people. "
The Edinburgh Magazine, Or, Literary Miscellany - Página 150
1791
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The Annual Register of World Events: A Review of the Year, Volumen 34

1799
...article, in the Trench Conduction, under trie head " of the connexion of the French nation with other nations." the French nation renounces the undertaking of any war with a view to make conqucfis j and will never employ if* forces aciinft iric liberties of any people. ployed againft...
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The Political Magazine and Parliamentary, Naval, Military, and ..., Volumen 21

1791
...VI. O/" the Connexion of the French Nation tuith Foreign Naliont. The French nation renounces th<; undertaking of any war with a view of making conquefts, and will never employ its forces againit the liberty of any peopfr». The Conftitution no longer admits the Droit D'Aubainc....
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The New annual register, or General repository of history ..., Volumen 12

1792
...all the neceflary orders to this effeft. TITLE VI. Of the CanneHian of the French Nation luith other Nations. The French nation renounces the undertaking of any war with a view to make conquefts, and will never employ its forces againft the liberty of any people. The conftitution...
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The French Constitution: With Remarks on Some of Its Principal Articles : in ...

Benjamin Flower - 1792 - 454 páginas
...all the neceffary orders to this effecl:. TITLE VI. OF THE CONNECTION OF THE FRENCH NATION WITH OTHER NATIONS. The French nation renounces the undertaking of any war with a view to make conquefts, and will never employ its forces againft the liberty of any people. The conftitution...
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An Impartial History of the Late Revolution in France: From Its ..., Volumen 2

Jean-Paul Rabaut - 1794 - 507 páginas
...all the neceflary orders to this effect. TITLE VI. OF THE CONNECTION OF THE FRENCH NATION WITH OTHER NATIONS. THE French nation renounces the undertaking of any war with a view to make conquefts, and will never employ its forces againft the liberties of any people. The conftitution...
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Annual Register, Volumen 33

1795
...contributions, and gives the necellary orders to this effeft. PART VI. OF THE CONNECTION OF THE FRENCH NATION WITH FOREIGN NATIONS. The French nation renounces the undertaking of any war with a view of making conqueits, and xvill never employ its forces againit the liberty of any people. The conflitution no...
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Encyclopædia Britannica: Or, A Dictionary of Arts ..., Volumen 16,Parte 1

Colin Macfarquhar, George Gleig - 1796
...be done with the H ян-ment s of the receipt of the different taxes, and all the public revenues." The French nation renounces the undertaking of any war with a view of making conqueils, and will never employ its forces againft the liberty of any people. The conftituting national...
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Annual Register, Volumen 33

Edmund Burke - 1824
...contributions, and gives the necessary orders to this effect. HEAD VI. Of the Connexion nfthe French Nation with Foreign Nations. The French nation renounces the undertaking of any war with a view of making conquests, and will never employ its forces against the liberty of any people. The constitution no...
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The Constitutions and Other Select Documents Illustrative of the History of ...

Frank Maloy Anderson - 1904 - 671 páginas
...taxes and gives all the necessary orders for that purpose. TITLE VI. OF THE RF.LATIONS OF THE FRENCH NATION WITH FOREIGN NATIONS. The French nation renounces the undertaking of any war with a view to making conquests, and will never employ its I forces against the liberty of any people. The constitution...
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The Doctrine of National Self-determination: A Study of the Theory and ...

Sarah Wambaugh - 1919
...ses forces contre la liberté d'aucun peuple. (Translation), Title VI. The Relations of the French Nation with Foreign Nations. The French nation renounces the undertaking of any war for the purpose of conquests, and will never employ its forces against the liberty of any people. 2...
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