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A History of the United States Navy, from 1775 to 1898 - Page 68
by Edgar Stanton Maclay - 1898
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The Letters and Times of the Tylers, Volume 2

Lyon Gardiner Tyler - United States - 1885
...the Treaty of Washington of the provision which stipulates for the employment of a naval armament of eighty guns on the coast of Africa for the suppression of the slave-trade when prosecuted by American citizens. I propose to do no more than revive with the public...
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House Documents, Otherwise Publ. as Executive Documents: 13th Congress, 2d ...

United States. Congress. House - United States
...of the squadron, stipulated by the treaty with Great Britain of the 9th of August, 1842, to be kept on the coast of Africa for the suppression of the slave trade;" and "also, copies of the instructions given by the British Government to their squadron, stipulated by...
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The constitutional and political history of the United States, Volume 2

1888
...course of action at home in the severest manner. Was it not plain mockery to be obliged to keep a fleet on the coast of Africa for the suppression of the slave trade, while the slavocracy declared the Union to be warranted and, under certain circumstances, bound in...
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The life of Lord John Russell, Volume 2

Sir Spencer Walpole - 1889
...Hutt desired to get rid of the expenditure both of life and money involved in maintaining a squadron on the coast of Africa for the suppression of the slave trade. The opponents to the squadron contended that, while its maintenance , caused a heavy strain on our...
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Social Statics: Abridged and Revised; Together with The Man Versus the State

Herbert Spencer - Social evolution - 1892 - 431 pages
...too were admirable motives, and cogent reasons, which led our Government to establish an armed force on the coast of Africa for the suppression of the slave trade. What could be more essential to the " greatest happiness " than the annihilation of the abominable...
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Social Statics: Abridged and Revised; Together with The Man Versus the State

Herbert Spencer - Social evolution - 1892 - 431 pages
...too were admirable motives, and cogent reasons, which led our Government to establish an armed force on the coast of Africa for the suppression of the slave trade. What could be more essential to the "greatest happiness" than the annihilation of the abominable traffic?...
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A History of the United States Navy, from 1775 to 1893, Volume 2

Edgar Stanton Maclay - 1894
...an American citizen would be met with even greater punishment than had just been meted out to them.1 By the provisions of the Webster-Ashburton treaty...Matthew Calbraith Perry, on the 20th of February, 1843, was ordered to the African coast in command of the 20-gun sloop of war Saratoga, flagship, the...
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Joint resolution inviting the Republic of Cuba to become a state ..., Volume 1

Francis Griffith Newlands - History - 1895 - 16 pages
...support this bill. We have, since the conclusion of the Ashburtoii treaty in 1842, kept up a squadron on the coast of Africa for the suppression of the slave trade, and we are still bound to continue it. The annual cost of this squadron is at least .$800,000. The cost...
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Suppression of the slave-trade

William Edward Burghardt Du Bois - Social Science - 1896 - 335 pages
...Congress (House) : Bill for War Steamers. " A bill (House, No. 367) to establish a line of war steamers to the coast of Africa for the suppression of the slave trade and the promotion of commerce and colonization." Read twice, and referred to Committee of the Whole. House...
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A Compilation of the Messages and Papers of the Presidents, Volume 3

United States. President, James Daniel Richardson - United States - 1897
...officers of the squadron stipulated by the treaty with Great Britein of gth of August, 1842, to be kept on the coast of Africa for the suppression of the slave trade, ' ' and also copies of the ' ' instructions given l,y ine British Government to their squadron stipulated by...
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