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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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House Documents, Otherwise Publ. as Executive Documents: 13th Congress, 2d ...

United States. Congress. House - United States - 1861
...Great Britain and the United States, by which the respective governments engage to maintain squadrons on the coast of Africa for the suppression of the slave trade. Her Majesty's government feel convinced that such a step on the part of the United States could not...
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The Tribune Almanac

Almanacs, American - 1868
...for the abrogation of that article of the Ashbnrton treaty which requires the keeping of a squadron on the coast of Africa, for the suppression of the Slave Trade. "Whereas the laws prohibiting the African, Slave Trade have become a topie of dlscussíéá with newspaper...
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Papers Relating to the Nicobar Islands

Nicobar Islands (India) - 1870 - 321 pages
...sufficient force for this purpose from my small squadron/ without unduly weakening the force stationed on the coast of Africa for the suppression of the slave trade, that I venture to suggest, in the altered aspect of the case, a different mode of proceeding. From...
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The constitutional and political history of the United States, Volume 6

Hermann Von Holst, Ira Hutchinson Brainerd - Constitutional history - 1889
...Washington treaty of November 10, 1842, in which the United States had bound itself to maintain a squadron on the coast of Africa for the suppression of the slave trade. The motion was adopted by a vote of sixty-six against twenty-six, after a resolution of Sneed, of Tennessee,...
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The Constitutional and Political History

Dr. H. von Holst - 1879
...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 Constitutional and Political History of the United States, Volume 2

Hermann Von Holst, Ira Hutchinson Brainerd - Constitutional history - 1881
...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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Life of James Buchanan: fifteenth president of the United States, Volume 2

George Ticknor Curtis - Presidents - 1883
...negotiated between Lord Ashburton and Mr. Webster, by which each nation agreed to keep a squadron of its own on the coast of Africa, for the suppression of the slave trade when carried on under their respective flags, or under any claim or use of their flags, or by their...
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The Greville memoirs, second part [ed. by H. Reeve].

Charles Cavendish F. Greville - 1885
...unjustifiable conduct of the Government in threatening to resign at it. 1 [The maintenance of a costly squadron on the coast of Africa for the suppression of the slave trade had become very unpopular, even with the Liberal Party. Mr. Hutt moved an Address for the purpose of...
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The Greville Memoirs (second Part): A Journal of the Reign of ..., Volume 3

Charles Greville - Great Britain - 1885
...unjustifiable conduct of the Government in threatening to resign at it. 1 [The maintenance of a costly squadron on the coast of Africa for the suppression of the slave trade had become very unpopular, even with the Liberal Party. Mr. Hutt moved an Address for the purpose of...
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The Greville Memoirs (second Part): A Journal of the Reign of ..., Volume 3

Charles Greville - Great Britain - 1885
...unjustifiable conduct of the Government in threatening to resign at it. 1 [The maintenance of a costly squadron on the coast of Africa for the suppression of the slave trade had become very unpopular, even with the Liberal Party. Mr. Hutt moved an Address for the purpose of...
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