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" Such has been the precious defence of the slave trade; and such is the argument set up for Austria, in this instance of Venice. " I did not commit the crime of trampling on the independence of Venice. I did not seize on the city; I gave a quid pro quo.... "
History of the Proceedings and Debates of the House of Commons - Page 368
1800
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the parliamentary regifter; or history of the proceedings and debates of the ...

j debrett - 1800
...precious defence of the flave trade ; and fuch is the argument fet up for Auftria, in this inftance of Venice. " I did not commit the crime of trampling...beings to be put under the yoke of France in another diftricl, and I had thefe people turned over to me in return !" This, Sir, is the defence of Auftria...
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Select Speeches, Forensick and Parliamentary: With Prefatory Remarks, Volume 4

Nathaniel Chapman - Great Britain - 1807
...precious defence of the slave trade ; and such is the argument set up for Austria, in this instance of Venice. " I did not commit the crime of trampling on the independence of Venice ; I did not seize on the city ; I gave a quid pro quo. It was a matter of barter and indemnity ; I gave half a...
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Select Speeches, Forensick and Parliamentary: With Prefatory Remarks, Volume 4

Nathaniel Chapman - Great Britain - 1807
...precious defence of the slave trade ; and such is the argument set up for Austria, in this instance of Venice. " I did not commit the crime of trampling on the independence of Venice ; I did not seize on the city ; I gave a quid pro quo. It was a matter of barter and indemnity ; I gave half a...
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The Speeches of the Right Honourable Charles James Fox, in the House of ...

Charles James Fox - Great Britain - 1815
...of Venice. " I did not commit the crime of trampling on the independence of Venice. I did not seize on the city ; I gave a quid pro quo. It was a matter...beings to be put under the yoke of France in another district, and I had these people turned over to me in return !" This, Sir, is the defence of Austria;...
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The Speeches of the Right Honourable Charles James Fox, in the House of ...

Charles James Fox - Great Britain - 1815
...precious defence of the slave trade; and such is the argument set up for Austria, in this instance of Venice. " I did not commit the crime of trampling on the independence of Venice. I did not seize on the city; I gave a quid pro quo. It was a matter of barter and indemnity; I gave half a million...
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William Pitt. Charles James Fox. Sir James Mackintosh. Lord Erskine

Charles Kendall Adams - Speeches, addresses, etc., English - 1884
...the precious defence of the slave-trade, and such is the argument set up for Austria in this instance of Venice. " I did not commit the crime of trampling on the independence of Venice ; I did not seize on the city; I gave a quid pro quo. It was a matter of barter and indemnity ; I gave half a million...
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Representative #: With # and #., Volume 2

1884
...the precious defence of the slave-trade, and such is the argument set up for Austria in this instance of Venice. (" I did not commit the crime of trampling on the independence of Venice; I did not seize on the city; I gave a quid pro quo. It was a matter of barter and indemnity ; I gave half a million...
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Representative British Orations: With Introductions and ..., Volume 2

Charles Kendall Adams - 1884
...the precious defence of the slave-trade, and such is the argument set up for Austria in this instance of Venice. " I did not commit the crime of trampling on the independence of Venice ; I did not seize on the city ; I gave a quid pro quo. It was a matter of barter and indemnity ; I gave half a...
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Pitman's Journal of Commercial Education, Volume 47

1888
...the precious defence of the slave-trade, and such is the argument set up for Austria in this instance of Venice. " I did not commit the crime of trampling on the independence of Venice ; I did not seize on the city; I gave a quid pro quo. It was a matter of barter and indemnity ; I gave Half a million...
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Orations of British Orators: Including Biographical and Critical ..., Volume 1

English Orators - 1899 - 563 pages
...the precious defence of the slave-trade, and such is the argument set up for Austria in this instance of Venice. "I did not commit the crime of trampling on the independence of Venice; I did not seize on the city; I gave a quid pro quo. It was a matter of barter and indemnity; I gave half a million...
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