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" Lordship by an early opportunity such further information on these matters as may be required for your guidance ; at present I have only to add that no expression of regret that you may employ at the present disastrous state of affairs will too strongly... "
HASTY RECOGNITION OF REBEL BELLIGERENCY AND OUR RIGHT TO COMPLAIN OF IT - Page 39
by GEORGE BEMIS - 1865
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The Living Age ..., Volume 89

Eliakim Littell, Robert S. Littell - Language Arts & Disciplines - 1866
...employ, at the present disastrous state of affairs, will too strongly declare the feelings with which her Majesty's government contemplate all the evils which cannot fail to result from it. I am, &c., J. RUSSELL. EXTRACT OF LORD JOHN RUSSELL'S SPEECH IN THE HOUSE OF COMMONS, MAT 80, 1861....
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Annual Register

History - 1863
...employ at the present disastrous state of affairs will too strongly declare the feelings with which Her Majesty's Government contemplate all the evils which cannot fail to result from it. I am, A >•., (Signed) J. KUSSELL. jjo. 1 8. — Draft of Convention betweenthe UnitedStatesoof America...
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Correspondence Concerning Claims Against Great Britain: General appendix ...

United States. Dept. of State - Alabama claims - 1869
...affairs will too strongly declare the feelings with which her Majesty's government contemplate nll the evils which cannot fail to result from it ;" and...itself," her Majesty's government " feel that they cannot qnestion the right of the southern States to claim to be recognized as a belligerent, and, as such,...
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CORRESPONDENCE CONTAINING AIMS AGAINST GREAT BRITAIN

1869
...employ at the present deplorable state of affairs will too strongly declare the feelings with which her Majesty's government contemplate all the evils...on Sumter being then less than ten days old) with tho announcement that "the late Union" "has separated into distinct confederacies," and, "the government...
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Correspondence concerning claims against Great Britain: transmitted to the ...

United States. Dept. of State - Alabama claims - 1869
...affairs will too strongly declare the feelings with which her Majesty's government contení phi te all the evils which cannot fail to result from it ;" and yet leading off to the •world (thi) tidings of the attack on Snmter being then lees than ten days old) with the announcement that...
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Senate Documents, Otherwise Publ. as Public Documents and Executive ...

United States. Congress. Senate - United States - 1870
...employ ¡it the present disastrous state of atiairs will too strongly declare the feelings with which her Majesty's government contemplate all the evils which cannot fail to result from it. I am, «Sic., J. KUSSELL. [From British Bine Book, "North America," Xo. 1, 1862, p. 23.] No. 33. Lord...
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Memoir of George Bemis: Prepared Agreeably to a Resolution of the ...

Ebenezer Rockwood Hoar - 1878 - 7 pages
...employ at the present disastrous state of affairs will too strongly declare the feelings with which Her Majesty's government contemplate all the evils which cannot fail to result from it. " I am, &c., . " J. RUSSELL." These grave utterances have never before been reprinted in the United...
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Congressional Serial Set

United States - 1866
...employ at the present disastrous state of affairs will too strongly declare the feelings with which her Majesty's government contemplate all the evils which cannot fail to result from it. I am, &c., J. RUSSELL. Extract of Lord John llnsscfl's speerh in Ike House of Commons, May 30, 1861....
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Hasty recognition of rebel belligerency, and our right to complain of it.

...employ at the present disastrous state of affairs will too strongly declare the feelings with which Her Majesty's government contemplate all the evils which cannot fail to result from it. " I am, &c., "J. IlUSSELL." These grave utterances have never before been reprinted in the United States,...
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British and Foreign State Papers

Great Britain - 1870
...employ at the present disastrous state of affairs will too strongly declare the feelings with which Her Majesty's Government contemplate all the evils which cannot fail to result from it. I am, &c. Lord Lyons. 3. RUSSELL. No. 3. — Earl Cowley to Lord J. Russell. — (Received May 11.)...
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