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" I will tell you that, if your Government has been led to believe that Turkey retains any elements of existence, your Government must have received incorrect information. I repeat to you, that the sick man is dying ; and we can never allow such an event... "
Invasion of the Crimea: Its Origin & ... Progress Down to the Death of Lord ... - Página 94
1863
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Pictorial history of the Russian War, 1854-5-6 [signed G.D.].

George Dodd - 1856
...appear to be so very near. 'Then,' rejoined the emperor, 'I will tell you, that if your government has been led to believe that Turkey retains any elements...us by surprise. We must come to some understanding; and this we should do, I am convinced, if I could hold but ten minutes' conversation with your ministers...
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An Explanatory and Pronouncing Dictionary of the Noted Names of Fiction ...

William Adolphus Wheeler - 1865 - 410 páginas
...man dies, as I am to determine with England what ghall not be done upon that event taking place. ... I repeat to you that the sick man is dying; and we...by surprise. We must come to some understanding." (Annual Register for 1853, p. 248, et stq.) The minutes of Sir George Seymour's conversations with...
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THE INVASION OF THE CRIMEA

ALEXANDER WILLIAM KINGLAKE - 1868
...like the ' present ; still it is of the greatest importance that we should 'understand one another,. and not allow events to take us by 'surprise. Now...by ' surprise. We must come to some understanding.' The next day the Emperor again sent for Sir Hamilton Seymour, and after combating the determination...
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A Selection from the Writings of Viscount Strangford on Political ..., Volumen 1

Viscountess Emily Anne Beaufort Smythe Strangford - 1869
...frankly, if he should slip away from us before necessary arrangements are made. If your Government has been led to believe that Turkey retains any elements...must have received incorrect information. I repeat that the sick man is dying. It is unreasonable in me to desire more territory or more power than I...
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The Annals of Our Time: From the accession of Queen Victoria, June 20, 1837 ...

Joseph Irving - 1871
...Emperor repeated: "I tell you, if your Government has been led to believe that Turkey retains any element of existence, your Government must have received incorrect...us by surprise. We must come to some understanding; and this we should do, I am convinced, if I could hold but ten minutes' conversation with your Ministers...
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The annals of our time [1837 to 1868]. [With] 1871 to

Joseph Irving - 1871
...repeated: "I tell you, if your Government has been -led to believe that Turkey retains any element of existence, your Government must have received incorrect...us by surprise. We must come to some understanding; and this we should do, I am convinced, 'if 1 could hold but ten minutes' conversation with your Ministers...
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The Prophetical History of the Church and the World: from the Revelation ...

Edwin Heycock - 1872 - 486 páginas
...The emperor replied to the British charge of affairs — " I will tell you that if your government has been led to believe that Turkey retains any elements...information. I repeat to you that the sick man is dying." In another conversation the emperor said.: " As to Egypt, I quite understand the importance to England...
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An Explanatory and Pronouncing Dictionary of the Noted Names of Fiction ...

William Adolphus Wheeler - 1872 - 410 páginas
...dies, as I am to determine with England what shall not be done upon that event taking place. ... 1 repeat to you that the sick man is dying ; and we...by surprise. We must come to some understanding." (Annual Register for 1853, p. 248, et seq.) The minutes of Sir George Seymour's conversations with...
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The Invasion of the Crimea: Its Origin, and an Account of Its ..., Volumen 1

Alexander William Kinglake - 1877
...not say: ' it might happen that circumstances, if no pre' vious provision were made, if everything should ' be left to chance, might place me in the...that Turkey ' retains any elements of existence, your Govern' ment must have received incorrect information. ' I repeat to you that the sick man is dying,...
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Savage and Civilized Russia

G. E. Royston-Pigott, George West Royston Pigott, W. R. - 1877 - 215 páginas
...circumstances might place me in the position of occupying Constantinople....! repeat to you (said the Emperor) that the sick man is dying, and we can never allow...by surprise. We must come to some understanding." This was the 20th of February, 1853. The next day the Autocrat having sent for the English Ambassador,...
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