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" I cannot too strongly urge upon you my conviction that every consideration of national safety, economy, and honor imperatively demands a thorough rehabilitation of our Navy. "
New American Navy - Page 15
by John Davis Long - 1903
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New Outlook, Volume 72

Alfred Emanuel Smith - Language Arts & Disciplines - 1902
...wooden vessel should be repaired when the cost of repairs was in excess of ten per cent. The observance of this policy has removed from the navy list many...was a " source of mortification to our officers and fellowcountrymen generally that our vessels of war should stand in such mean contrast alongside of...
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Papers Relating to the Foreign Relations of the United States

United States. Dept. of State - United States - 1882
...commensurate with the necessities of the government. I cannot too strongly urge upon you my conviction that every consideration of national safety, economy,...imperatively demands a thorough rehabilitation of our Navy. With a full appreciation of the fact that compliance with the suggestions of the head of...
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History of the Red Cross: The Treaty of Geneva, and Its Adoption by the ...

American National Red Cross - Red Cross - 1883 - 223 pages
...message, sent to the Forty-seventh Congress : I cannot too strongly urge upon you my conviction tbat every consideration of national safety, economy, and...imperatively demands a thorough rehabilitation of our Navy. We have for many years maintained with foreign Governments the relations of honorable peace,...
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State papers, etc., etc., of Chester A. Arthur

United States. President (1881-1885 : Arthur) - 1885
...commensnrate with the necessitics of the Government. I cannot too strongly nrge npon yon my conviction that every consideration of national safety, economy, and honor imperatively demands a thorongh rehahilitation of onr Navy. With a fnll appreciation of the fact that compliance with the...
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American Naval Policy as Outlined in Messages of the Presidents of the ...

Theodore Roosevelt - History - 1897 - 19 pages
...naval force. CHESTER A. ARTHUR. December 6, 1881. I can not too strongly urge upon you my conviction that every consideration of national safety, economy,...imperatively demands a thorough rehabilitation of our Navy. With a full appreciation of the fact that this must involve a large expenditure of the public...
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1881-1889

United States. President, James Daniel Richardson - United States - 1897
...commensurate with the necessities of the Government. I can not too strongly urge upon you my conviction that every consideration of national safety, economy,...imperatively demands a thorough rehabilitation of our Navy. With a full appreciation of the fact that compliance with the suggestions of the head of...
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A Compilation of the Messages and Papers of the Presidents, 1789-1897: 1881-1889

United States. President - Presidents - 1897
...commensurate with the necessities of the Government. I can not too strongly urge upon you my conviction that every consideration of national safety, economy,...imperatively demands a thorough rehabilitation of our Navy. With a full appreciation of the fact that compliance with the suggestions of the head of...
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United States Naval Institute Proceedings, Volume 23

Naval art and science - 1897
...naval force. CHESTER A. ARTHUR. December 6, 1881. I can not too strongly urge upon you my conviction that every consideration of national safety, economy,...imperatively demands a thorough rehabilitation of our Navy. With a full appreciation of the fact that this must involve a large expenditure of the public...
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A Compilation of the Messages and Papers of the Presidents, 1789-1908: 1881-1889

United States. President, James Daniel Richardson - United States - 1897
...commensurate with the necessities of the Government. I can not too strongly urge upon you my conviction that every consideration of national safety, economy,...imperatively demands a thorough rehabilitation of our Navy. With a full appreciation of the fact that compliance with the suggestions of the head of...
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Modern Culture, Volume 6

1898
...issued in December, 1881, President Arthur said: " I cannot too strongly urge upon you my conviction that every consideration of national safety, economy,...imperatively demands a thorough rehabilitation of our navy. Nothing can be more inconsistent with true public economy than withholding the means necessary...
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