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" ... had in a manner rendered myself responsible ; and which, in obedience to your instructions, I had uniformly continued to support, even under appearances of the most discouraging nature. I had frequently and distinctly stated to the cabinet of Lisbon,... "
The Universal magazine - Página 556
1807
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Cobbett's Political Register, Volumen13

1808
...Majesty towards that country ; for the ultimate success of which I had in .1 manner rendered myself responsible ; and which, in obedience to your instructions,...discouraging nature.— I had frequently and distinctly slated to the Cabinet of Lisbon, that in ag'voin* not to resent the exclusion of British commerce from...
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The Scots Magazine and Edinburgh Literary Miscellany, Volumen70

1808
...Majesty towards that country ; for the ultimate success of which I had in a manner rendered myself responsible; and which, in obedience to your instructions,...distinctly stated to the Cabinet of Lisbon, that, in agree« ing not to resent the exclusion of British commerce from the ports of Portugal, his Majesty...
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Mr. Redhead Yorke's weekly political review, Volumen3

1807
...majesty towards that country; for the ultimate success of which 1 !>;:, in a manner, rendered myself responsible ; and which, in obedience to your instructions,...continued to support, even under appearances of the most <ljcouraging nature. I had frequently and distinctly stated to the cabinet of Lisbon, that in agreeing...
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The New annual register, or General repository of history ..., Volumen28

1808
...had in a manner rendered myself responsible ; and which, in obedience to your instructions, I liad uniformly continued to support, even under appearances of the most discouraging nature. 1 had frequentlv and distinctly stated to the cabinet of Lisbon, that, in agreeing not to resent the...
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Annual Register, Volumen49

Edmund Burke - 1809
...majesty towards that country ; for the ultimate success of which 1 had in a manner rendered myself responsible ; and which, in obedience to your instructions,...cabinet of Lisbon, that in agreeing not to resent the cxclu. sion of British commerce from the ports of Portugal, his majesty had exhausted the means of...
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The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History, Politics, and Literature for ...

1809
...which I had in a manner rendered mvsolf responsible; and which, in obedience to your instructions, 1 had uniformly continued to support, even under appearances...cabinet of Lisbon, that in agreeing not to resent the exclu, sion of British commerce from the ports of Portugal, his majesty had exhausted t lie means of...
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The Annual Register of World Events: A Review of the Year, Volumen49

Edmund Burke - 1809
...majesty to. wards that country ; for the ultimate success of which I hid in a manner rendered myself responsible ; and which, in obedience to your instructions,...under appearances of the most discouraging nature. I bad frequently and distinrtlr slated to the cabinet of Lisbon, tlut in agreeing not to resent the exclusion...
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Memoirs of Admiral Sir Sidney Smith, K. C. B., &c, Volumen2

Edward Howard - 1839
...on the cabinet of Lisbon, by the English minister, Lord Strangford, that the King of Great Britain, in agreeing not to resent the exclusion of British commerce from the ports of Portugal, had gone to the utmost extent of political forbearance, — that, in making this concession to the...
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Annual Register, Volumen49

Edmund Burke - 1809
...majesty to. wards that country ; for the ultimate success of which 1 had in a manner rendered myself responsible ; and which, in obedience to your instructions,...under appearances of the most discouraging nature. : 714 ANNUAL REGISTER, 180?. alliance could justly require ; but that a single step beyond the line...
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The Literary Panorama, Volumen3

1808
...responsible ; and which, in obedience to your instructions, I bad uniformly continued to support, even undey appearances of the most discouraging nature.— I had frequently and distinctly stated to the I Cabinet ol Lisbon, that in agreeing not to resent the exclusion of British commerce from the ports...
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