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" I continue to receive from all foreign powers the strongest assurances of their friendly disposition... "
The Gentleman's Magazine - Стр. 554
1824
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The Edinburgh Magazine and Literary Miscellany, Том 84

1819
...will be found to be of a temporary natarc. " My ItOrdf ana Gentlemen, " I continue to receive from foreign Powers the strongest assurances of their friendly disposition towards this country. " It is my most anxious wish that ailvantage should be taken of this season of peace to secure and...
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The Friend of Peace, Том 4

Noah Worcester - 1827
...strongest assurances of their friendly disposition towards that country ; " and," says the monarch, " you may rely on my endeavours being invariably directed to the maintenance of general peace." 4. In the late Message of President Monroe, he observes — " It has been the invariable object of...
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The Christian Spectator, Том 4

1822
...Britain in his late speech at the prorogation of parliament observes, — " I continue to receive from Foreign Powers the strongest assurances of their friendly disposition towards this country ; and I have the satisfaction of believing, that the differences which had unfortunately arisen between the...
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A Penny paper for the people, by the Poor man's guardian. 25 Dec. 1830-2 ...

Poor man's guardian - 1830
...with ancient practice, dispose of our foreign affairs, before we touch upon any thing domestic. " We continue to receive from all foreign Powers, the strongest assurances of their desire to maintain and cultivate the most friendly relations with us: — and we have expressed to...
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The History of Modern Europe: with an Account of the Decline and Fall ..., Том 4

William Russell - 1837
...moderate duty for a prohibition. When the parliament was prorogued, it was stated that the king continued to receive from all foreign powers the strongest assurances of their friendly disposition toward this country. Whether foreign powers were friendly to Great Britain, may reasonably be doubted;...
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THE MIRROR OF PARILAMENT

JOHN HENRY BARROW - 1838
...Session. " I have to lament that the civil war in Spain forms an exception to the genoral tranquillity. I continue to receive from all foreign Powers the strongest assurances of their desire to maintain with me the most amicable relations. " The disturbances and insurrections which...
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Bulletins and Other State Intelligence

1838
...session. I have to lament that the civil war in Spain forms an exception to the general, tranquillity. I continue to receive from all foreign Powers the strongest as.surances of their desire to maintain with Me the most amicable relations. The disturbances and insurrections which had...
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The Metropolitan Magazine, Том 23

1838
...session. " I have to lament that the civil war in Spain forms an exception to the general tranquillity. I continue to receive from all Foreign Powers the strongest assurances of their desire to maintain with me the most amicable relations. " The disturhances aud insurrections which...
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Annual Register

1838
...lords commissioners' speech on this occasion began with the usual statement, that the king continued to receive from all foreign powers the strongest assurances of their friendly disposition ; and that he trusted, that the experience of the blessings which peace confers upon nations would...
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The Metropolitan, Том 23

1838
...session. " I have to lament that the civil war in Spain forms an exception to the general tranquillity. 1 continue to receive from all Foreign Powers the strongest assurances of their desire to maintain with me the most amicable relations. " The disturbances and insurrections which...
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