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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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The age we live in: a history of the nineteenth century, Volumen 3,Parte 1

James Taylor - 1882
...events to take them by surprise. On the 20th of February he said to Sir Hamilton, 'If your Government has been led to believe that Turkey retains any elements of existence, they must have received incorrect information. I repeat to you that the sick man is dying, and we can...
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History of Russia, from the Earliest Times to 1880, Volumen 2

Alfred Rambaud - 1882
...rash action of Russia, the Tsar answered with some asperity: "I will tell you that if your government has been led to believe that Turkey retains any elements of existence, it must have received incorrect information. I repeat it to you : the sick man is dying, and we can...
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William Ewart Gladstone and his contemporaries, Volúmenes 3-4

Thomas Archer (historical writer.) - 1883
...tell yon," he said, " that if your government has been led to believe that Turkey retains any element of existence, your government must have received incorrect...and we can never allow such an event to take us by surprise.1 We must come to some understanding, and this we should do, I am convinced, if I could hold...
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William Ewart Gladstone and His Contemporaries: Fifty Years ..., Volúmenes 3-4

Thomas Archer - 1883
...government has been led to believe tliat Turkey retains any element of existence, your government most have received incorrect information. I repeat to you...and we can never allow such an event to take us by surprise.1 We must come to some understanding, and this we should do, I am convinced, if I could hold...
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The life and work of the seventh Earl of Shaftesbury, K.G.

Edwin Hodder - 1887
...declared: " I tell you, if your Government has been led to believe that Turkey retains any element of existence, your Government must have received incorrect...I repeat to you that the sick man is dying ; " and he urged that England should join with Russia in making arrangements beforehand as to the inheritance...
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Macmillan's Magazine, Volumen 59

1889
...assurances to M. de Castelbajac of the previous year. " The sick man ", he said to Sir Hamilton Seymour, " is dying, and we can never allow such an event to...us by surprise. We must come to some understanding " [always the wish for an " understanding "!]," and this we should do if I could hold but ten minutes'...
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The War in the Crimea

Sir Edward Bruce Hamley - 1891 - 312 páginas
...January and February 1853. "We have on our hands a sick man, a very sick man. ... If your Government has been led to believe that Turkey retains any elements...by surprise. We must come to some understanding." But this view was not left to stand alone ; it was enforced by an inducement. " I can only say, that...
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The War in the Crimea

Sir Edward Bruce Hamley - 1891 - 307 páginas
...January and February 1853. "We have on our hands a sick man, a very sick man. ... If your Government has been led to believe that Turkey retains any elements...by surprise. We must come to some understanding." But this view was not left to stand alone ; it was enforced by an inducement. " I can only say, that...
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An Explanatory and Pronouncing Dictionary of the Noted Names of Fiction ...

William Adolphus Wheeler - 1893 - 440 páginas
...man dies, as I am to determine with Kngland what shall not be done upon that event taking place. ... I repeat to you that the sick man is dying; and we...allow such an event to take us by surprise. We must cometo some understanding." (Annual R<gi*t>>r for 1&53, p. 248, et seq.) The minutes of Sir Urorge...
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An Explanatory and Pronouncing Dictionary of the Noted Names of Fiction ...

William Adolphus Wheeler - 1893 - 440 páginas
...shull not be done upon that event biking place. ... I rep«*:it to you that the .«ick таи ¡я dying; and we can never allow such an event to take...by surprise. We must come to some understanding.*' (Anmtnl Rfcixter for 1853, p. 248. ft .<"/.) The minutée of Sir Georg« Seymour's conversation* with...
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