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" All feel that we are justified in taking any steps to prevent the shedding of blood and to insure the protection of our rights. "
A History of Rhodesia - Page 132
by Howard Hensman - 1900 - 381 pages
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Cyclopedic Review of Current History, Volume 6

Alfred Sidney Johnson, Clarence A. Bickford, William W. Hudson, Nathan Haskell Dole - History - 1897
...will be in the greatest peril. We cannot contemplate the future without the gravest apprehensions. All feel that we are justified in taking any steps to prevent the shedding of blood and to insure the protection of our rights. It is under these circumstances tliat we feel constrained to call...
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The Annual Register, Volume 138

Edmund Burke - History - 1897
...will be in the greatest peril. We cannot contemplate the future without the gravest apprehensions. All feel that we are justified in taking any steps to prevent the shedding of blood and to insure the protection of our rights. "It is under these circumstances that we feel constrained to call...
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Annual Register

History - 1897
...will be in the greatest peril. We cannot contemplate the future without the gravest apprehensions. All feel that we are justified in taking any steps to prevent the shedding of blood and to insure the protection of our rights. " It is under these circumstances that we feel constrained to...
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Appletons' Annual Cyclopędia and Register of Important Events of the Year ...

Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1897
...greatest peril; we can not contemplate the futuro without the gravest apprehension, and feel that wo are justified in taking any steps to prevent the shedding of blood and to insure the protection of our rights. It is under these circumstances that we feel constrained to call...
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Arbitration Or War?: A View of the Transvaal Question with a Glance Also at ...

Francis Parker - Arbitration (International law) - 1899 - 90 pages
...conflict ? " Thousands of unarmed men, women, and children of our race will be at the mercy of well-aoied Boers, while property of enormous value will be in...any steps to prevent the shedding of blood, and to insure the protection of our rights. " It is, under these circumstances, that we feel constrained to...
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A Looker on in London

Mary Hannah Krout - London (England) - 1899 - 352 pages
...conflict. Thousands of unarmed men, women and children of our race will be at the mercy of wellarmed Boers, while property of enormous value will be in...taking any steps to prevent the shedding of blood and insure the protection of our rights. It is under these circumstances that we feel constrained to call...
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War in South Africa and the Dark Continent from Savagery to Civilization ...

William Harding - Boer War - 1899 - 554 pages
...mercy of the well-armed Boers, while property of enormous value will be in the greatest peril. We all feel that we are justified in taking any steps to prevent the shedding of blood and to insure the protection of our rights." The London Times, in an editorial, January 1, 1896, said: "Mr....
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Some South African Recollections

Florence Ortlepp Phillips - Jameson's Raid, 1895-1896 - 1899 - 183 pages
...will be in the greatest peril. We cannot contemplate the future without the gravest apprehensions. All feel that we are justified in taking any steps to prevent the shedding of blood and to insure the protection of our rights. "It is under these circumstances that we feel constrained to call...
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The Transvaal from Within: A Private Record of Public Affairs

Sir Percy Fitzpatrick - Jameson's Raid, 1895-1896 - 1899 - 452 pages
...will be in the greatest peril. We cannot contemplate the future without the gravest apprehensions. All feel that we are justified in taking any steps to prevent the shedding of blood, and to insure the protection of our rights. It is under these circumstances that we feel constrained to call...
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The Transvaal from Within: A Private Record of Public Affairs

Sir Percy Fitzpatrick - Jameson's Raid, 1895-1896 - 1899 - 452 pages
...will be in the greatest peril. We cannot contemplate the future without the gravest apprehensions. All feel that we are justified in taking any steps to prevent the shedding of bloocl, and to insure the protection of our rights. It is under these circumstances that we feel constrained...
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