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" England, by the abuse of their strength, may still for a long time, for the misfortune of all nations, retard the period of their being exhausted. But, I will venture to say it, the fate of all civilized nations is attached to the termination of a war... "
The European Magazine: And London Review - Page 77
1800
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The Annual Register of World Events: A Review of the Year, Volume 42

Edmund Burke - History - 1801
...one another. " France and England, by the abufe of their ftrengih, may flill, for a long time, for the misfortune of all nations, retard the period of their being exhaufted ; but I will venture to lay it, the fate of aH civilized nations depends on the terminntion of a war, which involves the ź...
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The British Mercury: or, Historical and critical views of the ..., Volume 4

M. Mallet du Pan (Jacques) - Europe - 1799
...for the misfortune of all^natip^s, retard the period of their being exhaufted. But. I wil!'venuire to fay it, the fate of all civilized nations is attached to the termination of a war which Involves the wh67e world. Of your Majefly, (Signed) BONAPARTK. " SIR, Downing-ftreet, Tan. 4, 1800....
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The Columbian phenix and Boston review, Volume 1

Massachusetts - 1800 - 452 pages
...misfortune of all nations, retard the period of their being txhauitod. But I will venture to fay it, ihe fate of all civilized nations is attached, to the termination of a War, which hi vulves the whole world╗ BUONAPARTE. * We ╗re at a Icfs to dccyphsr the uie-╗ning of this fentence...
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History of the Proceedings and Debates of the House of Commons

Great Britain - 1800
...deceiving each, other. France and England, by the abnfe of their ftrength, may ft ill, for a long time, for the misfortune of all nations, retard the period of their being exhaufted. — Bit I will venture to fay it, the fate of all civilized nations is attached to the termination...
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The New Annual Register, Or General Repository of History, Politics, and ...

English poetry - 1801
...deceiving each oilier. France and England, bytheabiife of their ftrengtii, may ftill, for a long time, for the misfortune of all nations, retard the period of...exhaufted. But I will venture to fay it, the fate of all civilifed nations is attached to the termination of a war which involves the whole world. Of \our majefty,...
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Annual Register, Volume 42

History - 1801
...one another. " France and England, by the abufe oflheir f´rer,g;h, may flill, for a long time, for the misfortune of all nations, retard the period of...exhaufted; but I will venture to fay it, the fate 'of all ciyilizcd nations depends on the termination of a war, which involves the whole world." Without pretending...
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Annual Register, Volume 42

Edmund Burke - History - 1801
...misfortune of all nations, retard the period of their being eKhaufled. — But I will venture to fay, the fate of all civilized nations 'is attached to the termination of a war Which involves the whole world. Bonaparte. % Downing-Jlrcet, Jan. 4, ] 800. Sir, I have received and laid...
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A Complete and Impartial History of the Rise, Progress ..., Volume 2

Europe - 1802
...a long time, for the misfortune of all nu. tions, retard the period of their being exhauited; but 1 will venture to fay it, the fate of all civilized nations is attached to the termination of a war wnich involves the whole world. " Your Majerty's, &c. " BONAPARTE." Paris, 5th Nivoife, 8th year. To...
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An impartial history of Europe, from the death of Louis xvi. To which is ...

Thomas Burgeland Johnson - 1812
...the misfortune of all nations, retard the period of their being exhausted; but I will venture to say it, the fate of all civilized nations is attached to the termination of a war which involves the whole world. " Your majesty's, &c. Paris, 5th Nivose, 8th year. " BONAPARTE." To this...
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The History of the Rise, Progress, and Overthrow of Napoleon Bonaparte ...

Theophilus Camden - France - 1814
...evident that Bonaparte was exceedingly anxious rioil of their being exhausted ; but I will venture to say it, the fate of all civilized nations is attached to the termination of a war which involves the whole world. — Your majesty's, &c. " BONAPARTE." " Paris, 5 Nivote, 8th year." To this...
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