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" Perhaps some opening may arise which may enable us to contribute to the termination of the war between the different powers in Europe, leaving France (which, I believe, is the best way) to arrange its own internal affairs as it can. The whole situation,... "
Life of the Right Honourable William Pitt - Pagina 174
door Earl Philip Henry Stanhope Stanhope - 1867
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Volume 208

1860
...arise which may enable us to contribute to the termination of the war between the different powers of 39;une<br/> trame orthogonale de 950 mm de côté....Les ou-<br/> vrages et équipements compl greatest political struggle freshly illustrated in these volumes, relates to a constitutional question...
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The popular history of England, Volume 6

Charles Knight - 1861
...the country quiet." * On the 13th of November, Mr. Pitt, writing to the marquis of Stafford, says, " Perhaps some opening may arise which may enable us...way, to arrange its own internal affairs as it can." t Of seditious movements Grenville, in the middle of November, is of opinion as to what his brother...
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 111

1862
...the war between the different powers in Europe, learing France (which, I believe, is the best nay) to arrange its own internal affairs as it can. The...have thought it right to request the presence of all members of the Cabinet who can, without too much inconvenience, give their attendance.' We know from...
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The London Quarterly Review, Volumes 111-112

1862
...enable uğ to contribute to the termination of the war between the different powers in Europe, leaning France (which, I believe, is the best way) to arrange its own internal affairs as it can. The wliole situation, however, becomes so delicate and critical, that I have thought it right to request,...
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 111

1862
...some opening may arise which may enable us to contribute to the termination of the war between the different powers in Europe, leaving France (which, I believe, is the best way) to arrange its men internal affairs as it can. The whole situation, however, becomes so delicate and critical, that...
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A POPULAR HISTORY OF ENGLAND, FROM THE EARLIEST TIMES TO THE ACCESSION OF ...

M. M. RIPLEY - 1876
...and the explicit declaration of our sentiments is the most likely way to prevent the case occurring " Perhaps some opening may arise which may enable us...without too much inconvenience, give their attendance." The trial of Louis XVI. had meanwhile commenced. Pitt still clung to the hope of an impossible peace...
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A Short History of the English People

John Richard Green - 1877 - 847 pagina’s
...coalition against France. His hope was to bring the war to an end through English mediation, and to " leave France, which I believe is the best way, to arrange its own internal affairs as it can." No hour of Pitt's life is so great as the hour when he stood alone in England, and refused to bow to...
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History of the English People, Volume 5

John Richard Green - 1882
...a policy of peace. His hope was to bring the war to an end through English mediation, and to "leave France, which I believe is the best way, to arrange its own internal affairs as it can." No hour of Pitt's life is so great as the hour when he stood lonely and passionless before the growth...
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Not in Vain

Mary E. Palgrave - 1884
...and had been doing so for months, in opposition to Pitt, who was determined, as he said, to " leave France, which I believe is the best way, to arrange its own internal affairs as it can." But before Christmas even the Prime Minister was forced to acknowledge that war was inevitable. The...
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A History of England in the Eighteenth Century, Volume 6

William Edward Hartpole Lecky - 1887
...Rose's 13, 1792. 2)!arux anJ Gfrreijtmulfjice, i. 11464 ENGLAND IN THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY. CH. JCXIT. we ought to pursue, except as far as relates to Holland....without too much inconvenience give their attendance.' 1 The letters of instruction to Eden and Keith are substantially the same, but a little more may be...
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