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Page 97 - Empire in civilization, to strengthen our friendly ties with other States, and to establish a state of things which would maintain enduring peace in the extreme East, and assure the future security of our Dominion without injury to the rights and interests of other Powers. "Our competent authorities have also performed their duties in obedience to our will, so that our relations with all Powers have been steadily growing in cordiality. " It was thus entirely against our expectation that we have unhappily...
Page 323 - What our author has to say about the country is very satisfactory. . . . There is much that is interesting to read about rural matters and about other states in South America, as Uruguay and Chile." — Spectator " Mr. Koebel has produced a very interesting and readable book, which will do much to give Englishmen a better understanding of the Republic.
Page 319 - The author is a man of intelligence, and his criticisms of military administration, and more particularly discipline, are well worth attention." — TRUTH. THE CONSTRUCTION AND RECONSTRUCTION OF THE HUMAN BODY. A Manual of the Therapeutics of Exercise. By EUGEN SANDOW, with a Foreword by Sin ARTHUR CONAN DOYLE.
Page 97 - We have always deemed it essential to international relations and made it our constant aim to promote the pacific progress of our Empire in civilization, to strengthen our friendly ties with other states, and to establish a state of things which would maintain enduring peace in the extreme East and assure the future security of our dominion without injury to the rights and interests of other powers. Our competent authorities have also performed their duties in obedience to our will, so that our relations...
Page 97 - We, hereby, declare war against Germany and We command Our Army and Navy to carry on hostilities against that Empire with all their strength, and We also command all Our competent authorities to make every effort in pursuance of their respective duties to attain the national aim within the limit of the law of nations.
Page 318 - MOWBRAY. Seventy Years at Westminster. With other Letters and Notes of the late Right Hon. Sir JOHN MOWBRAY, Bart. , MP Edited by his Daughter. With Portraits and other Illustrations. Large crown 8vo, 7s.
Page 316 - We would not forego any portion of Mr. Hensman's work. ... It is very fair, surprisingly so, if we take the nearness of the events which he relates, and the style and the treatment are intended to be without bias. This is an extremely difficult performance, yet Mr. Hensman seems to have achieved it.
Page 97 - Empire with all their strength, and We also command all Our competent authorities to make every effort in pursuance of their duties, and in accordance with their powers, to attain the national aim with all the means within the limits of the law of nations.
Page 97 - WE, by the Grace of Heaven, Emperor of Japan, seated on the Throne occupied by the same Dynasty from time immemorial, do hereby make proclamation to all Our loyal and brave subjects as follows: — We hereby declare war against Russia and We command our army and navy to carry on hostilities against...