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" The Government of the United States appreciates the humanitarian and disinterested character of the communication now made on behalf of the powers named, and for its part is confident that equal appreciation will be shown for its own earnest and unselfish... "
The World's Work - Page 149
edited by - 1916
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Twenty Years of the Republic, 1885-1905

Harry Thurston Peck - History - 1906 - 811 pages
...up at our doors, besides shocking its sentiments of humanity. " The Government of the United States appreciates the humanitarian and disinterested character...appreciation will be shown for its own earnest and unselfish endeavours to fulfil a duty to humanity by ending a situation, the indefinite prolongation of which...
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Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History from 458 A. D. to 1909, Volume 2

Benson John Lossing, Woodrow Wilson - United States - 1906
...disinUnited States Naval Force on the North terested character of the communication Atlantic station. now made, on behalf of the powers named, and for its part is confident that equal When it became evident that the differ- appreciation will be shown for its own ence existing between...
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A Digest of International Law: As Embodied in Diplomatic Discussions ...

John Bassett Moore, Francis Wharton - International law - 1906
...up at our doors, besides shocking its sentiment of humanity. " The government of the United States appreciates the humanitarian and disinterested character of the communication now made on behalf of the poAvers named, and for its part is confident that equal appreciation will be shown for its own earnest...
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the history of north america volume xx island possessions of the united states

albert edward mckinley - 1907
...and wished the equal recognition by the powers of our "own earnest and unselfish endeavors to fulfill a duty to humanity by ending a situation the indefinite prolongation of which has become insufferable." The president's message could not longer be withheld in view of the popular and Congressional demand...
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A Compilation of the Messages and Papers of the Presidents, 1789-1907, Volume 10

United States. President, James Daniel Richardson - United States - 1908
...part, that equal appreciation would be shown for its own earnest and unselfish endeavors to fulf1ll a duty to humanity by ending a situation the indefinite prolongation of which had become insufferable. 1 Still animated by the hope of a peaceful solution and obeying the dictates...
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The Relations of the United States and Spain: Diplomacy

French Ensor Chadwick - United States - 1909 - 610 pages
...appreciates the humani' tarian and disinterested character of the communication now made on hehalf of the powers named, and for its part is confident...indefinite prolongation of which has become insufferable. " * Three days later the representatives of the greater European powers made a like visit to the Spanish...
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The Great Republic, Volume 4

Charles Morris - United States - 1912
...humanitarian and disinterested character of the communication now made on behalf of the Powers therein named, and for its part is confident that equal appreciation...indefinite prolongation of which has become insufferable." This is generally conceded to be one of the most convincing answers to an appeal for peace ever made....
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Library of World History: Containing a Record of the Human Race ..., Volume 9

World history - 1914
...at once gave his reply, which contained the following words : " The government of the United States appreciates the humanitarian and disinterested character...shown for its own earnest and unselfish endeavors to fulfill a duty to humanity by ending a situation the indefinite prolongation of which has become insufferable."...
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Mexico in Peace and War: A Narrative of Mexican History and Conditions from ...

Thomas Herbert Russell - Mexico - 1914 - 320 pages
...government of the United States appreciates the humanitarian character of the communication now made in behalf of the powers named and for its part is confident...shown for its own earnest and unselfish endeavors to fulfill a duty to humanity by ending a situation the indefinite prolongation of which has become insufferable."...
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The Life of William McKinley, Volume 2

Charles Sumner Olcott - United States - 1916
...kept up at our doors, besides shocking its sentiment of humanity. "The Government of the United States appreciates the humanitarian and disinterested character...shown for its own earnest and unselfish endeavors to fulfill a duty to humanity by ending a situation the indefinite prolongation of which has become insufferable."...
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