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" That although, as a matter of mere diplomacy, it may sometimes answer to hold out the removal of particular prohibitions, or high duties, as depending upon corresponding concessions by other states in our favour, it does not follow that we should maintain... "
On financial reform - Page 91
by Sir Henry Parnell - 1831 - 383 pages
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Speech of Sir R.P... delivered... July 6, 1849, On the state of the nation

Sir Robert Peel - Great Britain - 1849 - 60 pages
...as the best rule for the trade of the whole nation." In that memorable petition, it was observed, " That, although as a matter of mere diplomacy it may...cannot be obtained ; our restrictions would not be the less prejudicial to our own capital and industry because other Governments persisted in preserving...
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The Progress of the Nation: In Its Various Social and Economical Relations ...

George Richardson Porter - Great Britain - 1851 - 846 pages
...particular prohibitions, or high duties, as depending upon corresponding concessions by other states in cnir favour, it does not follow that we should maintain...cannot be obtained. Our restrictions would not be the less prejudicial to our men capital and industry, because other governments persisted in preserving...
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The Progress of the Nation in Its Various Social and Economic Relations from ...

George Richardson Porter - Great Britain - 1851 - 843 pages
...depending upon corresponding concessions by other states in our favour, it does not follow that ice should maintain our restrictions in cases where the...cannot be obtained. Our restrictions would not be the less prejudicial to our oicn capital and industry, because other governments persisted :n preferring...
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John Cassell's Illustrated History of England, Volume 7

William Howitt, John Cassell - Great Britain - 1863
...sometimes answer to hold out the removal of particular prohibitions or high duties, as depending upou corresponding concessions by other states in our favour,...cannot be obtained ; our restrictions would not be the less prejudicial to our own capital and industry becausa other governments persisted in preserving...
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De Bow's Review, Volume 22

Industries - 1857
...occasion of jealousy and hostility. 648 FKEE TRADE AND DIEECT TAXES. by other States, in our favor ; it does not follow that we should maintain our restrictions...cannot be obtained — our restrictions would not be the less prejudicial to our own capital and industry because other governments persist in preserving...
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Principles of Social and Political Economy, Or, The Laws of the ..., Volume 1

William Atkinson - Economics - 1858 - 645 pages
...states than the adoption of a more enlightened and more conciliatory policy on the part of this country. "That although, as a matter of mere diplomacy, it...cannot be obtained; our restrictions would not be the less prejudicial to our own capital and industry because other governments! persisted in pursuing...
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English merchants: memoirs in illustration of the progress of ..., Volume 2

Henry Richard Fox Bourne - Business & Economics - 1866
...enlightened and a more conciliatory policy on the part of this country. And although, as a matter of diplomacy, it may sometimes answer to hold out the...cannot be obtained. Our restrictions would not be the less prejudicial to our capital and industry, because other governments persisted in preserving...
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English Merchants: Memoirs in Illustration of the Progress of ..., Volume 2

Henry Richard Fox Bourne - Great Britain - 1866 - 861 pages
...enlightened and a more conciliatory policy on the part of this country. And although, as a matter of diplomacy, it may sometimes answer to hold out the...part cannot be obtained. Our restrictions would not he the less prejudicial to our capital and industry, because other governments persisted in preserving...
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History of British Commerce: And of the Economic Progress of the British ...

Leone Levi - England - 1872 - 527 pages
...That tile measures abroad. although, as a matter of mere diplomacy, it might sometimes answer to hold the removal of particular prohibitions, or high duties,...cannot be obtained. Our restrictions would not be the less prejudicial to our capital and industry, CRAP. I.] PETITION OF EDINBURGH CHAMBER OF COMMERCE....
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John Cassell's illustrated history of England. The text, to the reign of ...

Cassell, ltd - 1875
...the London merchants thus answer the leading objection against the principles of free trade : — " Although, as a matter of mere diplomacy, it may sometimes...cannot be obtained ; our restrictions would not be the less prejudicial to our own capital and industry because other governments persisted in preserving...
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