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" Well, there are several things which I never will tolerate ; I will begin by ourselves. I will not tolerate the permanent occupation of Constantinople by the Russians ; having said this, I will say that it never shall be held by the English, or French,... "
The Home and Foreign Review - Página 406
1863
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Modern Europe, Volumen5

Thomas Henry Dyer - 1877
...Ambassador at St. Petersburg. Nicholas observed : " There are several things which I never will tolerate. I will not tolerate the permanent occupation of Constantinople by the Russians ; and it shall never be held by the English, French, or any other great nation. Again, I will never...
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The Life of His Royal Highness the Prince Consort, Volumen3

Theodore Martin - 1877
...dislodgment arise, especially as the Emperor, with marked emphasis, had declared that it ' should never be held by the English or French, or any other great nation.' By whom, then ? For he was equally resolved that a Byzantine empire should not be reconstructed ; nor...
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The Life of His Royal Highness the Prince Consort, Volumen3

Sir Theodore Martin - 1877 - 2 páginas
...dislodgment arise, especially as the Emperor, with marked emphasis, had declared that it ' should never be held by the English or French, or any other great nation.' By whom, then ? For he was equally resolved that a Byzantine empire should not be reconstructed ; nor...
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The Princeton review. May-Dec. 1878

1878
...Constantinople, and the occupation of it by the Russians. " I will not tolerate," said the emperor, "the permanent occupation of Constantinople by the Russians ; having said this, I will say that it shall never be held by the English, or the French, or any other great nation. Again, I will never permit...
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Turkey and Russia: their races, history, and wars, Volumen2

Robert Gossip - 1878
...Quoth he, " There are several things I never will tolerate. To begin with ourselves, I will not have the permanent occupation of Constantinople by the Russians. Having said this, I will add that it never shall be held by the English, the French, or any other great nation. Again, I never...
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History of Europe: 1815-1852, Volumen3

Archibald Alison - 1878
...ambassador at St Petersburg, on February 22, 1853 : " There are several things which I never will tolerate : I will not tolerate the permanent occupation of Constantinople by the Russians ; and it shall never be held by the English, French, or any other great nation. Again, I will never...
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William Ewart Gladstone and His Contemporaries: Fifty Years of ..., Volúmenes3-4

Thomas Archer - 1883
...day, he said, " There are certain things which I will never tolerate. I will begin with ourselves. I will not tolerate the permanent occupation of Constantinople...Having said this I will say that it never shall be occupied by the English or French or any other great 1 ID 1844 the czar had said, " 11 ya dans mon...
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William Ewart Gladstone and His Contemporaries: Fifty Years of ..., Volúmenes3-4

Thomas Archer - 1883
...following day, he said, "There are certain things which I will never tolerate. I will begin with ourselves. I will not tolerate the permanent occupation of Constantinople by the Russians. Having said this I will gay that it never shall be occupied by the English or French or any other great ' la 1944 the czar...
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Japan and the Pacific, and a Japanese View of the Eastern Question

Manjiro Inagaki - 1890 - 265 páginas
...distribution of the Ottoman Succession upon the fall of the Empire," (c) that Constantinople should never be held by the English or French, or any other great nation, and Greece should not strengthen herself " so as to become a powerful state," and (e~) that Russia...
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1815-1900

Thomas Henry Dyer - 1901
...Ambassador at St. Petersburg. Nicholas observed : " There are several things which I never will tolerate. I will not tolerate the permanent occupation of Constantinople by the Russians ; and it shall never be held by the English, French, or any other great nation. Again, I will never...
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