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" Sovereigns, in forming this august union, have regarded as its fundamental basis, their invariable resolution never to depart, either among themselves or in their relations with other States, from the strictest observation of the principles of the right... "
The Parliamentary Debates from the Year 1803 to the Present Time - Page 175
by Great Britain. Parliament - 1819
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The National Register, Volume 7

Political science - 1819
...basis, their invariable resolution never to depart, either among themselves, or in their relations with other States, from the strictest observation...the sovereigns will maintain them equally in those meeetings at which they may be personally present, or in those which shall take place among their ministers;...
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The New Monthly Magazine, Volume 10

Thomas Campbell, Samuel Carter Hall, Edward Bulwer Lytton Baron Lytton, Theodore Edward Hook, Thomas Hood, William Harrison Ainsworth - 1818
...fundamental basis their invariable resolution never to depart, either among themselves or in their relations with other states, from the strictest observation...principles, the Sovereigns will maintain them equally in thosu meetings at which they may be personally present, or in those which shall take place amonp their...
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The American Monthly Magazine and Critical Review, Volume 4

1818
...invariable resolution never to depart, .either among themselves or in their relations with other Ststes, from the strictest observation of the principles of...can alone effectually guarantee the independence of •ach government, and the stability of the general association. " Faithful to these principles, the...
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Annual Register, Volume 60

Edmund Burke - History - 1819
...fundamental basis, their invariable resolution never to depart, either among themselves or in their relations with other States, from the strictest observation...stability of the general association. " Faithful to these principle*, the Sovereigns will maintain them equally in those meetings at which they may be personally...
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The Christian Disciple and Theological Review, Volume 1

Noah Worcester - 1819
...hasis, their invariable resolution, never to depart, either among themselves or in their relations with other States, from the strictest observation...nations ; principles which, in their application to а Btate of permanent peace, can alone effectually guarantee the independence of each government and...
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The Christian Disciple, Volume 1

Liberalism (Religion) - 1819
...hasis, their invariable resolution, never to depart, either among themselves or in their relations with other States, from the strictest observation...of nations ; principles which, in their application fo a state of permanent peace, can alone effectually guarantee the independence of each government...
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The Pamphleteer, Volume 18

Abraham John Valpy - 1821
...fundamental basis, their invariable resolution never to depart, either among themselves or in their relations with other States, from the strictest observation...nations; principles which, in their application to a stale of permanent peace, can alone effectually guarantee the independence of each government, and...
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The Edinburgh Annual Register, Volume 11

Sir Walter Scott - Europe - 1822
...fundamental basis their invariable resolution never to depart, either among themselves or in their relations with other states, from the strictest observation of the principles of the rights of nations ; principles which, in their application to a state of permanent peace, can alone...
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The domestic and financial condition of Great Britain

George Browning (of London.) - 1834 - 80 pages
...themselves or in their relations with other states, from the strict observance of the rights of nations, which in their application to a state of permanent...government, and the stability of the general association.'' It further proceeds, " They (the sovereigns) formally acknowledge, that their duty towards God and...
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Peace, Permanent and Universal: Its Practicability, Value, and Consistency ...

Henry Tyrwhitt Jones Macnamara - Peace - 1841 - 354 pages
...themselves." And afterwards they resolve in the Declaration never to recede from the " principles of this right of nations, — principles which in their application...independence of each government, and the stability of their general association." By these words, they acknowledge that Christian fraternity can alone preserve...
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