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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 Works of Sir Walter Scott, Bart: Life of Napoleon

1870
...or misfortune of all nations, retard the period of their being exhausted. But I will Tenture to say, the fate of all civilized nations is attached to the termination of a war which involves the whole world. better terms than she afterwards got by the treaty of Amiens. It may be added,...
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Newfoundland and the Jingoes: An Appeal to England's Honor

John Fretwell - Newfoundland - 1895 - 60 pages
...of their strength, still for a time 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." And what did England's Tory king answer ? He intrusted the reply to Grenville,...
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