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" Men are not tied to one another by papers and seals. They are led to associate by resemblances, by conformities, by sympathies. It is with nations as with individuals. Nothing is so strong a tie of amity between nation and nation as correspondence in... "
Proceedings of the ... Annual Session of the Association - Page 114
by Ohio State Bar Association. Mid-Winter Meeting, Ohio State Bar Association - 1914
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Four Letters on the Proposals for Peace with the Regicide Directory of France

Edmund Burke - France - 1892 - 384 pages
...trample upon both. Entirely to trust to either, is to disregard our own safety, or not to know mankind. Men are not tied to one another by papers and seals. They ar& led to associate by resemblances, by conformities, by sympathies. It is with nations as with individuals....
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Edmund Burke: Apostle of Justice and Liberty

T. Dundas Pillans - Political science - 1905 - 199 pages
...submit to hazard all in defending it. A peace too eagerly sought is not always the sooner obtained. Men are not tied to one another by papers and seals....associate by resemblances, by conformities, by sympathies. As to war, if it be the means of wrong and violence, it is the sole means of justice among nations....
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Public papers of Charles Seymour Whitman, governor

New York (State). Governor (1915-1918 : Whitman), Charles Seymour Whitman - New York (State) - 1916
...our faces to the winds of the world and turn our eyes to the stars? It was Edmund Burke who said: " Men are not tied to one another by papers and seals....individuals. Nothing is so strong a tie of amity between nations as correspondence in laws, customs, manners and habits of life. They have more than the force...
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Proceedings of the ... Annual Meeting of the Indiana State Bar ..., Volume 22

Indiana State Bar Association (1916- ). Meeting - Bar associations - 1918
...of this nation-wide movement for uniform State laws. It has been well said by Edmund Burke, that : "It is with nations, as with individuals; nothing...correspondence in laws, customs, manners and habits of living. They have more than the force of treaties in themselves. They are obligations written in the...
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Public Papers of Governor

New York (State). Governor - 1919
...our faces to the winds of the world and turn our eyes to the stars? It was Edmund Burke who said: " Men are not tied to one another by papers and seals....individuals. Nothing is so strong a tie of amity between nations as correspondence in laws, customs, manners and habits of life. They have more than the force...
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Burke's Politics: A Study in Whig Orthodoxy

Frederick Dreyer - Biography & Autobiography - 1979 - 93 pages
...nations like friendship between men was to be secured "by resemblances, by conformities, by sympathies." "Nothing is so strong a tie of amity between nation and nation," he went on, "as correspondence in laws, customs, manners, and habits of life. They have more than the...
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The Long Pretense: Soviet Treaty Diplomacy from Lenin to Gorbachev

Arnold Beichman - History - 303 pages
..."peaceful coexistence" among themselves. As Edmund Burke foresaw in his "Letters on a Regicide Peace": Nothing is so strong a tie of amity between nation and nation as correspondence in law, customs, manners and habits of life. They have more than the force of treaties in themselves....
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The Metaphysics of Edmund Burke

Joseph L. Pappin - Philosophy - 1993 - 188 pages
...will ordain his sociability. This is confirmed by Burke: "Men are not tied to one another by paper and seals. They are led to associate by resemblances,...correspondence in laws, customs, manners, and habits of life" (1LRP V 317). Burke denies any anarchical claims to extreme individual freedom. Anarchy tends to absolutize...
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Federal Union, Modern World: The Law of Nations in an Age of Revolutions ...

Peter S. Onuf, Nicholas Greenwood Onuf - History - 1993 - 224 pages
...State of Public Affairs, 55. 193 more real force than the underlying sense of community they expressed. "Nothing is so strong a tie of amity between nation...correspondence in laws, customs, manners, and habits of life." It was "the secret, unseen, but irrefragable bond of habitual intercourse," Burke insisted, that held...
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Heathcliff and the Great Hunger: Studies in Irish Culture

Terry Eagleton - History - 1995 - 355 pages
...'Men', he remarks in the First Letter on a Regicide Peace (1796), 'are not tied to one another by paper and seals. They are led to associate by resemblances, by conformities, by sympathies. Nothing is so strong a tie of amity between nation and nation as correspondence in laws, customs, manners,...
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