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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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Das Staatsarchiv, Volúmenes 30-31

1877
...the Emperor, I will teil you, that, if your Government has been led to believe that Turkey rctains any elements of existence, your Government must have received incorrect information. I rcpeat to you that the sick man is dying; and we can never allow such an event to take us by surprise....
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Turkey and Russia: their races, history, and wars, Volumen 2

Robert Gossip - 1878
...dying ;" to which the Czar replied, " If your Government has been led to believe that Turkey contains any elements of existence, your Government must have received incorrect information. I tell you the Sick Man is dying ; and we can never allow such an event to take us by surprise. We must...
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Savage and Civilized Russia

G. W. Royston-Pigott, W. R. - 1879 - 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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The Annals of Our Time: A Diurnal of Events, Social and Political, Home and ...

Joseph Irving - 1880 - 1033 páginas
...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]. [1837 to 1891].

Joseph Irving - 1880
...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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Russia and England from 1876 to 1880: A Protest and an Appeal

Olʹga Alekseevna Novikova - 1880 - 396 páginas
...catastrophe if it should occur unexpectedly and before some ulterior system has been sketched. I repeat, the Sick Man is dying, and we can never allow such...us by surprise. We must come to some understanding. It is not an engagement, a convention which I ask of them ; it is a free interchange of ideas, and,...
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Guizot's Popular History of England : from the Accession of Victoria, 1837-1874

Guizot (M., François) - 1881 - 539 páginas
...later to Sir Hamilton Seymour, "has been led to believe that Turkey retains any elements of resistance, your government must have received incorrect information....us by surprise. We must come to some understanding I have confidence in the English government. It is not an engagement, a convention which I ask of them...
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Guizot's Popular History of England : from the Accession of Victoria, 1837-1874

Guizot (M., François) - 1881 - 539 páginas
...to Sir IIamilton Seymour, " has been led to believe that Turkey retains any elements of resistance, your government must have received incorrect information....us by surprise. We must come to some understanding I have confidence in the English government. It is not an engagement, a convention which I ask of them...
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A Popular History of England: From the Earliest Times to the ..., Volumen 5

Guizot (M., François) - 1881
...to Sir Hamilton Seymour, " has been led to believe that Turkey retains any elements of resistance, your government must have received incorrect information....us by surprise. We must come to some understanding I have confidence in the English government. It is not an engagement, a convention which I ask of them...
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Young Folks' History of Russia

Nathan Haskell Dole - 1881 - 520 páginas
...believe that Turkey retains any elements of life it must have received false information. I repeat it : the sick man is dying, and we can never allow such an event to take us by surprise." The Emperor then proposed a plan of partition by which he should take the Danubian principalities and...
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