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" The Government of the United States appreciates the humanitarian and disinterested character of the communication now made on behalf of the powers named, and for its part is confident that equal appreciation will be shown for its own earnest and unselfish... "
The World's Work - Page 149
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Columbia's war for Cuba: a story of the early struggles of the Cuban ...

Henry Allen Tupper, Frances Linton - History - 1898 - 256 pages
...government of the United States appreciates the human it aMARINA STREET, SANTIAGO DE CUBA. ^ ^ ^ interested character of the communication now made on behalf...shown for its own earnest and unselfish endeavors to fulfill a duty to humanity by ending a situation the indefinite prolongation of which has become insufferable."...
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THE BOYS OF '98

JAMES OTIS - 1898
...United States appreciates the humanitarian and disinterested character of the communication now made in behalf of the powers named, and for its part is confident...appreciation will be shown for its own earnest and unselfish endeavours to fulfil a duty to humanity by ending a situation, the indefinite prolongation of which...
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The Boys of '98

James Otis - Cuba - 1898 - 386 pages
...United States appreciates the humanitarian and disinterested character of the communication now made in behalf of the powers named, and for its part is confident...appreciation will be shown for its own earnest and unselfish endeavours to fulfil a duty to humanity by ending a situation, the indefinite prolongation of which...
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The Cyclopedic Review of Current History, Volume 8

Alfred Sidney Johnson, Clarence A. Bickford, William W. Hudson, Nathan Haskell Dole - History - 1899
...United States appreciates the humanitarian and disinterested character of the communication now piade on behalf of the powers named, and for its part is...indefinite prolongation of which has become insufferable." The President's War Message.; — Congress had for weeks been restive under the check which the president,...
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The American Monthly Review of Reviews, Volume 19

Albert Shaw - Periodicals - 1899
...kept up at our doors, besides shocking its sentiment of humanity. The Government of the United States appreciates the humanitarian and disinterested character...shown for its own earnest and unselfish endeavors to fulfill a duty to humanity by ending a situation the indelinite prolongation of which has become insufferable....
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History Up to Date: A Concise Account of the War of 1898 Between the United ...

William A. Johnston - Cuba - 1899 - 258 pages
...kept at our doors, besides shocking its sentiment of humanity. " The government of the United States appreciates the humanitarian and disinterested character...confident that equal appreciation will be shown for its earnest and unselfish endeavors to fulfil a duty to humanity by ending a situation the prolongation...
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The Abridgment ... Containing the Annual Message of the President ..., Volume 1

United States. President - United States - 1899
...part, that equal appreciation would be shown for its own earnest and unselfish endeavors to fulfill a duty to humanity by ending a situation the indefinite prolongation of which had become insufferable. Still animated by the hope of a peaceful solution and obeying the dictates...
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Exciting Experiences in Our Wars with Spain, and the Filipinos

Marshall Everett - Philippines - 1899 - 526 pages
...part, that equal appreciation would be shown for its own earnest and unselfish endeavors to fulfill a duty to humanity by ending a situation the indefinite prolongation of which had become insufferable. VAIN EFFORTS TO AVERT WAR. Still animated by the hope of a peaceful solution...
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Speeches and Addresses of William McKinley: From March 1, 1897 to May 30, 1900

William McKinley - Presidents - 1900 - 388 pages
...kept up at our doors, besides shocking its sentiment of humanity. The governmeut of the United States appreciates the humanitarian and disinterested character...indefinite prolongation of which has become insufferable. XXXIII. SPEECH AT CAMP WIKOFF, MONTAUK POINT, NEW YORK, SEPTEMBER 3, 1898, WITH INTRODUCTORY REMARKS...
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A History of the Spanish-American War of 1898

Richard Handfield Titherington - Spanish-American War, 1898 - 1900 - 415 pages
...kept up at our doors, besides shocking its sentiment of humanity. The Government of the United States appreciates the humanitarian and disinterested character...appreciation will be shown for its own earnest and unselfish endeavours to fulfil a duty to humanity by ending a situation the indefinite prolongation of which...
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