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" ... whether, and how far, an international agreement is necessary and expedient." In the Lower House Dr. Miquel, the Finance Minister, in introducing the Budget, which showed a deficit of 70,200,000 marks, or 12,400,000 more than last year, delivered... "
The Banns of Marriage - Page 84
by Edward Dutton Cook - 1875
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Annual Register

History - 1895
...marks, or 12,400,000 more than last year, delivered an extremely gloomy speech, the essence of which was that such a state of things could not be permitted to continue, and that it was high time to get rid of the main cause — viz., the want of a fixed relation between...
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The History of the British Empire in India, Volume 2

George Robert Gleig - British - 1835
...sums of which all departments of the state stood in need. It was evident to all reflecting persons that such a state of things could not be permitted to continue. Mr. Holwell accordingly suggested the propriety of withdrawing the Company's support from the Nabob,...
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The Life of Thomas Jefferson, Volume 2

Henry Stephens Randall - Presidents - 1858 - 674 pages
...Court of Spam, to remonstrate firmly but temperately against the conduct of that power, and signify that such a state of things could not be permitted to continue. But a final line of policy, it would appear, had not been settled in our Cabinet, for the Secretary,...
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The Life of Thomas Jefferson, Volume 2

Henry Stephens Randall - Presidents - 1858 - 674 pages
...Court of Spain, to remonstrate firmly but temperately against the conduct of that power, and signify that such a state of things could not be permitted to continue. But a final line of policy, it would appear, had not been settled in our Cabinet, for the Secretary,...
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The Annual Register of World Events: A Review of the Year, Volume 136

Edmund Burke - History - 1895
...marks, or 12,400,000 more than last year, delivered an extremely gloomy speech, the essence of which was that such a state of things could not be permitted to continue, and that it was high time to get rid of the main cause — viz., the want of a fixed relation between...
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Annual Register

Edmund Burke - History - 1895
...marks, or 12,400,000 more than last year, delivered an extremely gloomy speech, the essence of which was that such a state of things could not be permitted to continue, and that it was high time to get rid of the main cause—viz., the want of a fixed relation between...
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