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" I asked him whether he thought that such a cooduct would add to the glory of the first consul, or whether the falling on the innocent and defenceless would not rather tarnish it, -and ultimately unite against him, not only the honest men in his own country,... "
Papers Relative to the Discussion with France in 1802 and 1803 - Halaman 197
oleh Great Britain. Foreign Office - 1803 - 431 halaman
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Annual Register, Jilid 45

Edmund Burke - 1805 - 996 halaman
...and defenceless would not rather tarnish it, -and ultimately unite against him, not only the honest men in his own country, but every government in Europe. — That it certainly would excite more detestation than terror in England, at the same time that it would serve to impress upon us still more...
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Papers Relative to the Discussion with France in 1802 and 1803

Great Britain. Foreign Office - 1803 - 494 halaman
...the falling on the Innocent and Defencelefs would not rather tarnifh it, and ultimately unite againfl him, not only the honeft Men in his own Country, but...exerted. I could not help adding, that although no Ad of Hoftility had actually taken place, yet the Inveteracy with which our Commerce, our Induftry,...
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The Correspondence Between Great Britain and France, on the Subject of the ...

France - 1803 - 436 halaman
...and defencelefs would not rather tarnifh it, and ultimately unite againft him, not only the horkeil men in his own country, but every government in Europe. That it certainly would excite more tlelcilation than terror in- England, at the fame time that it v«ould ferve to imprefs upon us fiill...
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The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History, Politics, and Literature for ...

1805 - 992 halaman
...and defenceless would not rather tarnish it, an3 ultimately unite against him, not only the honest men in his own country, but every government in Europe. — That it certainly would excite more detestation than terror in Kngland, at the same time that it would serve to impress upon us still more...
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The History of the Rise, Progress, and Overthrow of Napoleon Bonaparte ...

Theophilus Camden - 1814 - 746 halaman
...innocent and defenceless would not rather tarnish it, and ultimately unite against him not only the honest men in his own country, but every government in Europe. That it certainly would excite more detestation than terror in England ; at the same time that it would serve to impress upon them still...
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The History of England: From the Accession to the Decease of King ..., Jilid 7

John Adolphus - 1845 - 840 halaman
...and defenceless would not rather tarnish it, and ultimately unite against him, not only the honest men in his own country, but every government in Europe? That it certainly would excite more detestation than terror in England ; at the same time, that it would strengthen our impression that...
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Annual Register, Jilid 45

Edmund Burke - 1805 - 974 halaman
...and defcnoeles» would not rather tarnish it, and ultimately unite against him, not only the honest men in his own country, but every government in Europe.— That it certainly would excite more detestation than terror in Kngland, at the same time that it would serve to impress upon us still more...
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The Monthly Magazine, Or, British Register, Jilid 15

1803 - 734 halaman
...fhall be fecured ; and that his Majefty would It, and ultimately unite agamfi him, not only the honell men in his own country, but every Government in Europe. That it certainly would excite more dctctlation than <ciror in England, at the fame time that it ferve to imprefs upon us Mill more confent...
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The Monthly Magazine, Jilid 15

1803 - 726 halaman
...and defenrelefs would not rather tarniih jtt sud ultimately unite ag.it nil him, not only the hurjcil men in his own country, but .every Government in Europe. That it certainly would exc:te more deteltation than tenor in England, at the fame time that it •would ici vc to nnpixls...
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