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" I wish for the restoration of tranquillity in that country, although it appears to me distant. Whenever her system shall become restored, if it should prove freedom rightly understood, freedom resulting from good order and good government, France would... "
A letter from Paris, to George Petre, esq - Page 83
by John Chetwode Eustace - 1814 - 100 pages
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Histoire des principaux événemens du règne de F. Guillaume II, roi ..., Volume 3

Louis-Philippe comte de Ségur - Europe - 1800 - 411 pages
...to him as distant. Whensoever the situation of France should become restored, it would provefreedom rightly understood ; freedom resulting from good order...thus circumstanced, France would stand forward as ont of the most brillant pow.ers in Europe , she would enjoy that just kind of llberty which he venered...
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Décade historique. (Œuvres complètes de m. le comte de Ségur).

Louis Philippe Ségur (comte de.), Frederick William II (king of Prussia.) - 1824
...l'accomplissement ; become restored , it would et ce vœu est pour le rétaprovefreedom rightly understood;freedom resulting from good order and good government ; and thus circumstanced, France would standforward as one ofthe most brillant powers in Europe, slie would enjoy lhat just kind of liberty...
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Life of the Right Honourable William Pitt, Volume 2

Earl Philip Henry Stanhope Stanhope - Great Britain - 1867
...it should prove freedom rightly understood, freedom resulting from good order and good government, France would stand forward as one of the most brilliant Powers in Europe. Nor can I regard with envious eyes any approximation in neighbouring States to those sentiments which...
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William Pitt: By Charles Whibley

Charles Whibley - Europe - 1906 - 347 pages
...it should prove freedom rightly understood, freedom resulting from good order and good government, France would stand forward as one of the most brilliant Powers in Europe." Such, indeed, was his consistent attitude. So long as France refrained from attacking England or breaking...
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Selected Letters of Edmund Burke

Edmund Burke, Harvey C. Mansfield - History - 1984 - 497 pages
...Pitt also spoke at some length, saying that he looked forward to the day when a reconstructed and free France 'would stand forward as one of the most brilliant powers in Europe'. Only after this flood of praise and speculation about the future of the Revolution did Burke himself...
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