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" I could not regard Walker and his followers in any other light than as outlaws who had escaped from the vigilance of the officers of the Government, and left our shores for the purpose of rapine and murder, and I saw no other way to vindicate the law... "
Filibusters and Financiers: The Story of William Walker and His Associates - Page 348
by William Oscar Scroggs - 1916 - 408 pages
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Harper's Magazine, Volume 16

Henry Mills Alden, Lee Foster Hartman, Frederick Lewis Allen, Thomas Bucklin Wells - Language Arts & Disciplines - 1858
...arresting Walker upon foreign soil has been questioned. He says, in his dispatch to Government : " I could not regard Walker and his followers in any other...outlaws who had escaped from the vigilance of the officers of the Government, and left our shores for the purpose of rapine and murder; and I saw no...
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NICARAGUA: PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE; A DESCRIPTION OF ITS INHABITANTS ...

PETER F. STOUT - 1859
...his followers in any other light than as outlaws who had escaped from the vigilance of the officers of the Government, and left our shores for the purpose...saw no other way to vindicate the law and redeem the honor of our country than by disarming and sending them home. In doing so, I am sensible of the responsibility...
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Nicaragua: past, present and future: a description of its inhabitants ...

Peter F. Stout - Nicaragua - 1859 - 372 pages
...landed at Point Arenas, the merits of the whole question will, I presume, be fully comprehended. " I could not regard Walker and his followers in any other...outlaws who had escaped from the vigilance of the officers of the Government, and left our shores for the purpose of rapine and murder, and I saw no...
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PAPERS RELATING TO THE TREATY OF WASHINGTON

1872
...landed at Point Arenas, the merits of the whole question will, I presume, be fully comprehended. I could not regard Walker and his followers in any other...outlaws who had escaped from the vigilance of the officers of the Government, and left our shores for the purpose of rapine and murder, and I saw no...
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House Documents, Otherwise Publ. as Executive Documents ..., Volume 1, Part 2

United States. Congress. House - United States - 1873
...his followers in any other light than as outlaws who had escaped from the vigilance of the officers of the Government, and left our shores for the purpose...saw no other way to vindicate the law and redeem the honor of our country than by disarming and sending them home. In doing so I am sensible of the responsibility...
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Compilation of Reports of Committee ... 1789-1901, First Congress, First ...

United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Foreign Relations - United States - 1901
...Paulding to the Secretary of the Navy, dated flagship \Vahasli, off Aspinwall, Decivuber )•">. IS")?: I could not regard Walker and his followers in any other...outlaws who had escaped from the vigilance of the officers of the Government and left onr shores for the purpose of rapine and murder, and I saw no other...
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Manifest Manhood and the Antebellum American Empire

Amy S. Greenberg - History - 2005 - 323 pages
...upon foreign soil has been questioned." But in his dispatch to the government Paulding explained, "I could not regard Walker and his followers in any other...outlaws who had escaped from the vigilance of the officers of the Government, and left our shores for the purpose of rapine and murder." By arresting...
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Harper's Magazine, Volume 16

Henry Mills Alden, Lee Foster Hartman, Frederick Lewis Allen, Thomas Bucklin Wells - 1858
...questioned. He says, in his dispatch to Government : " I could not regard Walker and his followcri in an}' other light than as outlaws who had escaped from the vigilance of the officers of the Government, and left our shores for the purpose of rapine and murder; and I saw no...
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