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" Mr. Canning, without entering into discussion upon these abstract principles, contented himself with saying, That, — however desirable the establishment of a monarchical form of Government, in any of those Provinces, might be, on the one hand, or whatever... "
The Holy Alliance: The European Background of the Monroe Doctrine - Página 119
por William Penn Cresson - 1922 - 147 páginas
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The Edinburgh Annual Register, Volumen17

Walter Scott - 1825
...saying, That, however desirable the establishment of a monarchial form of government in any of these provinces might be, on the one hand, or whatever might...upon itself to put it forward as a condition of their recognition. PGC No. II. Sir W. A'Court to Mr Secretary Canning — Received Jan. 14. (Extract.) Madrid,...
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Blackwood's Magazine, Volumen15

1824
...Canning, without entering into discussion upon these abstract principles, contented liimself with saying. That, — however desirable the establishment of a...upon itself to put it forward as a condition of their recognition. PGC No. II. Sir William A'Court to Mr Secretary Canning. — (.Received January 14.) (Extract.)...
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volumen15

1824
...abstract principles, contented himself with saying, That, — however desirable the establish.xnent of a monarchical form of government, in any of those...upon itself to put it forward as a condition of their recognition. PGC No. II. Sir William A' Court to Mr Secretary Canning. — (Received January 14.) (Extract)...
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The Parliamentary Debates

Great Britain. Parliament - 1824
...Canning, without entering into discussion upon these abstract principle*) contented himself with saying. That, however desirable the establishment of a monarchical...it, on the other hand, his government could not take npon itself to put it forward as a condition of their recognition. PGC No. II.— Sir William A'Court...
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The Parliamentary Debates, Volumen10

Great Britain. Parliament - 1824
...however desirable the establish' ment of a monarchical form of government in any of those provinces mrght be, on the one hand, or whatever might be the difficulties...upon itself to put it forward as a condition of their recognition. PGC No. II.— Sir William A'Court to Mr. Secretary Canning. (Received Jan. H.) (Extract.)...
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The New Annual Register, Or General Repository of History, Politics, and ...

1825
...Canning, without entering inlo discussion upon these abstract principles, contented himself with saying, That, however desirable the establishment of a monarchical...upon itself to put it forward as a condition of their recognition. POC JVb. 2.— Sir William A'Cmirt to Mr. Secretary Canning. (Received January i 4.) (Extract.)...
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The Edinburgh Annual Register, Volumen17

Walter Scott - 1825
...saying, That, however desirable the establishment of a monarchial form of government in any of these provinces might be, on the one hand, or whatever might...upon itself to put it forward as a condition of their recognition. PGC No. II. Sir W. A'Court to Mr Secretary Canning. — Received Jan. 14. (Extract.) Madrid,...
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The Edinburgh Annual Register, Volumen17

Walter Scott - 1825
...saying, That, however desirable the establishment of a monarchic! form of gownment in any of these provinces might be, on the one hand, or whatever might...other hand, his government could not take upon itself t» put it forward as a condition of tlioir recognition. PGC * No. II. Sir \V. A'Court to Mr Secretary...
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The Political Life of the Right Honourable George Canning: From ..., Volumen2

Augustus Granville Stapleton - 1831
...Canning, without entering into discussion upon these abstract principles, contented himself with saying, " That, however desirable the establishment " of a Monarchical...difficulties in " the way of it, on the other hand, His Govern" ment could not take upon Itself to put it for" ward as a condition of their recognition." By...
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The Political Life of the Right Honourable George Canning, from ..., Volumen2

Augustus Granville Stapleton - 1831
...Canning, without entering into discussion upon these abstract principles, contented himself with saying, " That, however desirable the establishment " of a Monarchical...difficulties in " the way of it, on the other hand, His Govern" ment could not take upon Itself to put it for" ward as a condition of their recognition." By...
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