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" Majesty makes no claim to prescribe to France what shall be the form of her government, or in whose hands she shall vest the authority necessary for conducting the affairs of a great and powerful nation. "
The Penny Cyclopaedia of the Society for the Diffussion of Useful Knowledge - 126 ページ
1836
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The Speeches of the Right Honourable Charles James Fox in the House of ...

Charles James Fox - 1853 - 862 ページ
...exclusively that his Majesty limits the possibility of secure and solid pacification. His Majesty makes no claim to prescribe to France what shall be the form...conducting the affairs of a great and powerful nation. He looks only to the security of his dominions and those of his allies, and to the general safety of...

History of Europe from the Commencement of the French Revolution in M.DCC ...

Sir Archibald Alison - 1855
...years a contest, often unaided, with an enemy розmakes no claim to prescribe to France what should be the form of her government, or in whose hands she...authority necessary for conducting the affairs of a greut and powerful nation. He looks only to the security of his own dominions and those of his Allies,...

History of the Wars of the French Revolution ...: Comprehending the ..., 第 1 巻

Edward Baines - 1855
...But it is not to this mode that his majesty Imnts the possibility of solid pacification. He makes no claim to prescribe to France, what shall be the form of her government, or in whose hands ehe shall vest the authority necessary for cooducuijg the afiaire of a great and powerful nation. "...

The State Policy of Modern Europe, from the Beginning of the Sixteenth ...

Imre Szabad - 1857 - 391 ページ
...was followed by a clause, intimating that his Britannic Majesty made no claim to prescribe to France the form of her government, or in whose hands she shall vest the supreme authority, and that his chief object in view was only the security of his own dominions and...

History of Europe from the Commencement of the French Revolution to ..., 第 5 巻

Sir Archibald Alison - 1860
...exclusively that his Majesty limits the possibility of secure and solid pacification. His Majesty makes no claim to prescribe to France what shall be the form...conducting the affairs of a great and powerful nation. He looks only to the security of his own dominions and those of his allies, and to the general safety...

The popular history of England, 第 7 巻

Charles Knight - 1861
...prosperity at home, and in consideration and respect abroad." Nevertheless, " his majesty makes no claim to prescribe to France what shall be the form of her government." As there existed "no sufficient evidence of the principles by which the new government will be directed,...

History of Europe, from the Commencement of the French Revolution ..., 第 11 巻

Sir Archibald Alison - 1870
...years a contest, often unaided, with an enemy posmakes no claim to prescribe to France what should be the form, of her government, or in whose hands...conducting the affairs of a great and powerful nation. He looks only to the security of his own dominions and those of his Allies, and to the general safety...

The London Quarterly Review, 第 145〜146 巻

1878
...Majesty limits the possibility of secure and solid pacification. His Majesty makes no claim to prescribe what shall be the form of her government, or in whose...conducting the affairs of a great and powerful nation. He looks only to the security of his own dominions and to those of his allies and to the general safety...

The Quarterly Review, 第 145 巻

1878
...Majesty limits the possibility of secure and solid pacification. His Majesty makes no claim to prescribe what shall be the form of her government, or in whose...conducting the -affairs of a great and powerful nation. He looks only to the security of his own dominions and to those of his allies and to the general safety...

England's Policy, it Traditions and Problems ...

Lewis Sergeant - 1881 - 410 ページ
...Lord Grenville wrote to Talleyrand — " His majesty makes no claim to prescribe to France what should be the form of her government, or in whose hands she...conducting the affairs of a great and powerful nation ;" but in the same document he wrote — " The best and most natural pledge of the abandonment by France...




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