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" Russia had himself annexed not four months before to his own acceptance of the proffered mediation of the Emperor of Austria. The second was one which His Majesty would have had a right to require, even as the ally of His Imperial Majesty, but which it... "
The Universal magazine - Página 553
1807
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The European Magazine: And London Review, Volumen52

1807
...wouH have been highly improvident to adiuir, when lie was invited to confide to his Imperial M.ijofy the care of his honour and of his interests. But even if these conditioni (neither of which has been fulfilled, although the fulfilment of them has been repeatedly...
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Cobbett's Political Register, Volumen13

1808
...was cue which his Maj! would hive hnd a right to require, even as illegally of his Imperial Maj. : but which it would have been highly improvident to...omit, when he was invited to confide to his Imperial Maj. the care of his honour and ot his interest. — But even if these conditions (neither of which...
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The Scots Magazine and Edinburgh Literary Miscellany, Volumen70

1808
...the Emperor of Austria. The second was one which his Majesty would have had to require, even as the ally of his Imperial Majesty ; but which it would...care of his honour and of his interests. But even if these conditions (neither of which has been fulfilled, although the fulfilment of them has been repeatedly...
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Mr. Redhead Yorke's weekly political review, Volumen3

1807
...emperor of -Austria* The second was ojie which his majesty would have had alight to require, even as the ally of .-his imperial majesty ; but which it would...care of his honour and of his interests. But even if these conditions (neither of which has been fulfilled, '"although the fulfilment of them has been repeatedly...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Volumen77,Parte2

1807
...one which his Maj&fty would have had a right to require, even as the Ally of his Imperial Majefty ; but which it would have been highly improvident to...omit, when he was invited to confide to his Imperial Majefty the care of his honour and of his interefts. But, even if thefe conditions (neither of which...
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Remarks on the Proposals Made to Great Britain for Opening Negotiations for ...

William Roscoe - 1808 - 152 páginas
...Emperor of Austria. The Second was one vVhich His Majesty would-have had a Right to require even as the Ally of His Imperial Majesty*; but which it would...Care of His Honour and of His Interests. But even if these Conditions (neither of which has been fulfilled, although the Fulfilment of them has been repeatedly...
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Flower's Political review and monthly register. (monthly ..., Volumen3

Benjamin Flower - 1808
...Emperor of Austria. The second was one which his Majesty would have had u right to require even as the ally of his Imperial Majesty ; but which it would...-Majesty the care of his honour and of his interests." (7) (7.) Sophistry and hypocrisy add fo the sentiment of disgust which is felt at reading such absurdities....
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The New annual register, or General repository of history ..., Volumen28

1808
...emperor of Austria. The second was one which his majesty would have had a right to require even as the ally of his imperial majesty ; but which it would...he was invited to confide to his imperial majesty die care of his honour and oí his interests. But even if these conditions (neidier of which has been...
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Cobbett's Weekly Political Register, Volumen13

William Cobbett - 1808
...was one which his Maj. would have had a right to require, even as the ally of 'his Imperial Maj. : but which it would have been highly improvident to omit, when he Was invited to confrdc to his Imperial Maj. the ear«'<rf" his honour and of his interest. — Btit even if thest...
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Annual Register, Volumen49

Edmund Burke - 1809
...emperor of Austria. The second was one which his majesty would have had a right to require, even as the ally of his imperial majesty ; but which it would...omit, when he was invited to confide to his imperial matesty the care of his honour and his interests. ' Bui even if these conditions (neither of which...
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