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" But while we avow and maintain this neutral policy ourselves, we are anxious to see the same forbearance on the part of other nations whose forms of government are different from our own. The deep interest which we feel in the spread of liberal principles... "
Harper's Magazine - Page 256
edited by - 1852
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The Annual Register of World Events: A Review of the Year, Volume 93

Edmund Burke - History - 1852
...our sucsess, moderation, and justice, the blessings of self-government, and the advantages of free institutions. Let every people choose for itself,...different from our own. The deep interest which we feel iu the spread of liberal principles and the establishment of free Governments, and the sympathy with...
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House Documents, Otherwise Publ. as Executive Documents ..., Volume 2, Part 1

United States. Congress. House - United States
...our .-success, moderation and justice, the blessings of self-government, and the advantages of free institutions. Let every people choose for itself,...the same forbearance on the part of other nations, who: • forms of government are different from our own. The deep interest which we feel in the spread...
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Senate Documents, Otherwise Publ. as Public Documents and Executive ...

United States. Congress. Senate - United States - 1852
...by our success, moderation and justice, the blessings of self-government, and the advantages of free institutions. Let every people choose for itself,...we feel in the spread of liberal principles and the establishment of free governments, and the sympathy with which we witness every struggle against oppression,...
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Congressional Serial Set

United States - 1852
...by our success, moderation and justice, the blessings of self-government, and the advantages of free institutions. Let every people choose for itself,...we feel in the spread of liberal principles and the establishment of free governments, and the sympathy with which we witness every struggle against oppression,...
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The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History and Politics of ..., Volume 93

History - 1852
...our sucsess, moderation, and justice, the blessings of self-government, and the advantages of free institutions. Let every people choose for itself,...we feel in the spread of liberal principles and the establishment of free Governments, and the sympathy with which we witness every struggle against oppression,...
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Annual Register, Volume 93

Edmund Burke - History - 1852
...our sucsess, moderation, and justice, the blessings of self-government, and the advantages of free institutions. Let every people choose for itself,...ourselves, we are anxious to see the same forbearance ou the part of other nations, whose forms of government are different from our own. The deep interest...
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Brownson's Quarterly Review, Volume 6

Orestes Augustus Brownson - 1852
...professes, all-defective as it is. " But," he says, " while we avow and maintain this neutral policy for ourselves, we are anxious to see the same forbearance...we feel in the spread of liberal principles and the establishment of free governments, and the sympathy with which we witness every struggle against oppression,...
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The American Whig Review, Volumes 15-16

1852
...founded the policy of our Government since the days of Washington. Hut, the President adds with emphasis, while we avow and maintain this neutral policy ourselves,...the part of other nations, whose forms of government arc different from our own. The deep interest which we feel in the spread of liberal principles and...
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The Life of Louis Kossuth: Governor of Hungary ; Including Notices of the ...

Hungary - 1852 - 461 pages
...recall to your memory this word of the present Annual Message of his Excellency President Fillmore: " Let every people choose for itself, and make and alter...institutions to suit its own condition and convenience." Here again I take my ground upon the principle established by Washington — making the basis of your...
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American Review : a Whig Journal of Politics, Literature, Art and ..., Volume 15

1852
...founded the policy of our Government since the days of Washington. But, the President adds with emphasis, while we avow and maintain this neutral policy ourselves, we are anxious to see the same forbearance on (he part of other nations, whose forms of government are different from our own. The deep interest...
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