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" ... to behold this nation, instead of despairing at its alarming condition, looking boldly its situation in the face, and establishing upon a spirited and permanent plan the means of relieving itself from all its... "
Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine - Page 610
1905
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History of Europe: From the Fall of Napoleon, in 1815, to the ..., Volume 4

Sir Archibald Alison - Europe - 1855
...boldly in the face, and establishing, upon a permanent plan, the means of relieving itself from all its encumbrances, must give such an idea of our resources,...exertion, as will astonish the nations around us, and en- able us to regain that pre-eminence to which, on many accounts, we were so justly entitled/1 These...
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The Life and Times of Charles James Fox, Volume 2

Earl John Russell Russell - 1859
...face, and establishing upon a spirited and permanent plan the means of relieving itself from all its encumbrances, must give such an idea of our resources...us to regain that pre-eminence to which we are on many accounts so justly entitled." This extract gives a fair sample of the magniloquent style of Mr....
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On Taxation: How it is Raised and how it is Expended

Leone Levi - Finance, Public - 1860 - 255 pages
...establishing upon a spirited and a permanent plan the means of relieving itself from all incumbrances, must give such an idea of our resources and of our...us to regain that pre-eminence to which we are on many accounts so justly entitled.' The bill was well received in the House of Commons. Mr. Fox agreed...
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The History of British Commerce: And of the Economic Progress of the British ...

Leone Levi - England - 1872 - 527 pages
...establishing upon a spirited and a permanent plan the means of relieving itself from all incumbrances, must give such an idea of our resources and of our...us to regain that pre-eminence to which we are on many accounts so justly entitled.' The bill was well received in the House of Commons. Mr. Fox agreed...
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History of Europe: 1815-1852, Volume 3

Archibald Alison - Europe - 1878
...boldly in the face, and establishing, upon a permanent plan, the means of relieving itself from all its encumbrances, must give such an idea of our resources,...and enable us to regain that pre-eminence to which, on many accounts, we were so justly entitled.' These were the words of Mr Pitt, which were re-echoed...
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The Bitter Bitter Cry of the Outcast Inventors

Thomas Waghorn - Inventions - 1885 - 102 pages
...plan the means of relieving itself from all its encumbrances, must give such an idea of our resources as will astonish the nations around us and enable us to regain that pre-eminence to which, on many accounts, we are so justly entitled.' .... The bill to form a sinking fund passed both Houses...
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William Pitt: By Charles Whibley

Charles Whibley - Europe - 1906 - 347 pages
...and England were hopefully "looking to the business of this day," but that all the Powers of Europe watched the enterprise with fear and envy ; and he...what was the spirited and permanent plan which was to o achieve all this? At first sight it seemed simplicity itself. It was merely to set aside one million...
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Annual Register, Volume 72

Edmund Burke - History - 1831
...situation in the face, and establishing upon a permanent plan the means of relieving itself from all its encumbrances, must give such an idea of our resources, and of our spirit of exertion, as would astonish the nations around us, and enable us to regain that pre-eminence to which we were on...
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