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Kars and Erzeroum: with the campaigns of Prince Paskiewitch, in 1828 and ... - Page 311
by William Monteith - 1856 - 332 pages
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Cobbett's Weekly Register, Volume 68

Great Britain - 1829
...necessity of establishing between their respective states, on the whole of that line, a well -determined frontier, capable of preventing all future discussion....incursions and depredations which the neighbouring tribes hitherto committed, and which have so often compromised the relations of friendship and good feeling...
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The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History, Politics, and ..., Volume 71

History - 1830
...necessity of establishing between their respective states, on the whole of that line, a well determined frontier, capable of preventing all future discussion....incursions and depredations which the neighbouring tribes hitherto committed, and which have so often compromised the relations of friendship and good feeling...
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American Annual Register, Volume 2; Volume 4

Joseph Blunt - History - 1830
...necessity of establishing between their respective states, on the whole of that line, a well determined frontier, capable of preventing all future discussion. They have equally taken into ceneideration the proper means to oppose insurmountable obstacles to the incur, sions and depredations...
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The American Annual Register for the Years ..., Or, the ... Year of ..., Part 2

Joseph Blunt - History - 1835
...necessity of establishing between their respective states, on the whole of that line, a well determined frontier, capable of preventing all future discussion....proper means to oppose insurmountable obstacles to the incur. sions and depredations which the neighbouring tribes hitherto committed, and which have so often...
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The American Diplomatic Code Embracing a Collection of Treaties and ...

Diplomatic and consular service, American - 1834
...necessity of establishing between their respective states, on the whole of that line, a well determined frontier, capable of preventing all future discussion....equally taken into consideration the proper means to to oppose insurmountable obstacles to the incursions and depredations which the neighboring tribes...
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The American Annual Register, Part 2

History - 1830
...establishing between their respective states, on the whole of that line, a well determined n mitier, capable of preventing all future discussion. They...incursions and depredations which the neighbouring tribes hitherto committed, and which have so often compromised the relations of friendship and good feeling...
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The Portfolio, Volume 5

David Urquhart - Great Britain - 1837
...and of Kars meet those of Georgia, leaving in this manner to the north of and within that line the consideration the proper means to oppose insurmountable obstacles to the incursions and detown of Akhaltzik and the fort of Khallnalick at a distance of not less than two hours. All the countries...
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The Portfolio; or A collection of state papers, etc. etc. illustrative of ...

Portfolio - 1837
...and of Kars meet those of Georgia, leaving in this manner to the north of and within that line the consideration the proper means to oppose insurmountable obstacles to the incursions and detown of Akhaltzik and the fort of Khallnalick at a distance of not less than two hours. All the countries...
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History of Russia: From the Foundation of the Empire by Rourick to ..., Volume 1

Alphonse Rabbe - Russia - 1854
...Nukchivan, the two high contracting parties having recognised the necessity of establishing between the respective states, on the whole of that line, a well-determined...incursions and depredations which the neighbouring nations or tribes have hitherto committed, and which have so often compromised the relations of friendship...
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History of Russia from the foundation of the empire by Rourick to the close ...

Alphonse Rabbe, Jonathan Duncan - 1854
...Nukchivan, the two high contracting parties having recognised the necessity of establishing between the respective states, on the whole of that line, a well-determined...oppose insurmountable obstacles to the incursions and depreciations which the neighbouring nations or tribes have hitherto committed, and which have so often...
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