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" They are such as render negotiation useless, and must entirely deprive of stability any peace which could be concluded in such circumstances. Where is our security for the performance of a treaty where we have neither the good faith of a nation, nor the... "
Roman Portraits, a Poem, in Heroick Verse; with Historical Remarks and ... - Page vii
by Robert Jephson - 1794 - 275 pages
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The Scots Magazine, Volume 55

English literature - 1793
...which could be concluded in fuch circumftances. Where is our fecurity for the performance of at:eaty, where we have neither the good faith of a nation, nor the refponlibility ot a monarch ! The moment that the mob of Paris becomeĢ under the influence of a new...
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The Annual Register of World Events: A Review of the Year, Volume 35

History - 1793
...liability any pqace which could be con- ' eluded in fucb circumttauces. — . Where is our fecurity for the performance of a treaty, where we have neither the good faith of a. nation, nor the refponfibility of a', monarch ? The moment that the mob of Paris comes under the influence of a new...
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The Edinburgh Magazine, Or, Literary Miscellany, Volume 2

Books and bookselling - 1793
...deprive of (lability, any peace which cou.d he concluded in luch ciicumftances. Wliere is our fecurity for the performance of a treaty, where we have neither the good faith of a nation, nor the refponfibiliiy of i monarch ? The moment that the mob •i Paris becomes under the-influence ot a new...
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The Parliamentary Register: Or, History of the Proceedings and Debates of ...

Great Britain. Parliament - Great Britain - 1793
...deprive of liability any peace which could be concluded in fuch circumftances. Where is our fecurity for the performance of a treaty, where we have neither the good faith of a nation, nor the refponfibility of a Monarch. The moment that the mob of Paris becomes under the influence of a new...
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The Britannic magazine; or entertaining repository of heroic ..., Volume 1

...any peace which could be concluded in fuch circumllances. Where is our fecurity for the perfonnamc of a treaty, where we have neither the good faith of a nation, or the refponfibility of a monarch ? The moment that the mob of Paris becomes under the influence of...
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The speeches of ... William Pitt in the House of commons [ed. by W.S. Hathaway].

William Pitt - 1806
...deprive of stability any peace which could be concluded in such circumstances. Where is our security for the performance of a treaty, where we have neither...Paris becomes under the influence of a new leader, mature deliberations are reversed, the most solemn engagements are retracted, our free will is altogether...
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The Speeches of the Right Honourable William Pitt, in the House of ..., Volume 2

William Pitt - Great Britain - 1808 - 458 pages
...deprive of stability any peace which could be concluded in such circumstances. Where is our security for the performance of a treaty, where we have neither...Paris becomes under the influence of a new leader, mature deliberations are reversed, the most solemn engagements are retracted, our free will is altogether...
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The Speeches of the Right Honourable William Pitt, in the House of ..., Volume 2

William Pitt - Great Britain - 1808
...deprive of stability any peace which could be concluded in such circumstances. Where is our security for the performance of a treaty, where we have neither the good faith of a nation, not the responsibility of a monarch ? The moment that the mob of Paris becomes under the influence...
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A Narrative of the Political and Military Events of 1815: Intended to ...

James M'Queen - Europe - 1816 - 573 pages
...useless, and must entirely deprive of stability any peace which could be concluded in such circumstances. The moment that the mob of Paris becomes under the...deliberations are reversed, the most solemn engagements are retracted, or free will is altogether contnlkd. ln every one of the repeated stages' of their revolutions,...
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The Parliamentary History of England, from the Earliest Period to the Year ...

William Cobbett - Great Britain - 1817
...deprive of stability any peace which could be concluded in such circumstances. Where is our security for the performance of a treaty, where we have neither...Paris becomes under the influence of a new leader, mature deliberations are reversed, the most solemn engagements are retracted, our free will is altogether...
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