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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 Miscellaneous Prose Works of Sir Walter Scott...

Sir Walter Scott - Novelists, English - 1847
...or misfortune of all nations, retard the period of their heing exhausted. But I will venture to say, the fate of all civilized nations is attached to the termination of a war which involves the whole world. " BUONAPARTE."] 1800.] NEGOTIATION WITH ENGLAND. 77 better terms than she...
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Essays on his own times, forming a 2nd series of The Friend, ed. by his ...

Samuel Taylor Coleridge - 1850
...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. Of your Majesty, (Signed) BONAPARTE. SIR, Downing Street, Jan. 4,1800. I...
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Essays on His Own Times, Volume 1

Samuel Taylor Coleridge - Ethics - 1850 - 1034 pages
...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. Of your Majesty, (Signed) BONAPARTE. SIR, Downing Street, Jan. 4, 1800. I...
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The History of the Consulate and the Empire of Napoleon

Adolphe Thiers - Europe - 1850 - 314 pages
...time to come, to the misfortune of all nations, retard its exhaustion ; but I dare assert, the lot of all civilized nations is attached to the termination of a war which has thrown the whole world into a conflagration. (Signed) " BONAPARTE, "First consul of the French...
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The Half Century: Its History, Political and Social

Washington Wilks - Great Britain - 1852 - 344 pages
...time, to the misfortune of nations, retard the period of their exhaustion ; but I will venture to say, the fate of all civilized nations is attached to the termination of a war which involves the whole world." The answer to this singular and honourable epistle, was from the pen of...
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The Speeches of the Right Honourable Charles James Fox in the House of ...

Charles James Fox - Great Britain - 1853 - 862 pages
...the misfortune of all nations, retard the period of their being exhausted. But I will venture to say, the fate of all civilized nations is attached to the termination of a war which involves the whole world. " Your Majesty's, " BONAPAETE." To this letter Lord Grenville, the British...
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The history of England, by D. Hume, continued by T. Smollett, and to the ...

David Hume, Edward Farr - 1859
...the-misfortunr of all nations, long retard the period of their exhaustion- nu t I will venture to say, that the fate of all civilized nations is attached to the termination of a war which involves the whole world." The answer given to this letter intimated, that the French government afforded...
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The popular history of England, Volume 6

Charles Knight - 1861
...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." Lord Grenville wrote on the 4th of January to Talleyrand, saying that his...
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The Life and Times of Charles James Fox, Volume 3

Earl John Russell Russell - Europe - 1866
...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." To this overture Lord Grenville made a captious and irritating reply. It...
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British War History During the Present Century

William Stokes - Great Britain - 1869 - 296 pages
...the misfortune of all nations, retard the period of their being exhausted. But I will venture to say, the fate of all civilized nations is attached to the termination of a war which involves the world. " BUONAPARTE." * To this letter a reply was sent, dated Jan. 4th, 1800, in which...
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