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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
edited by - 1916
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HISTORY OF OUR WAR WITH SPAIN INCLUDING BATTLES ON SEA AND LAND

JAMES RANKIN YOUNG - 1898
...sentiment of humanity. The Situation Pronounced Insufferable. " 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 indefinite pr< longation of which has become...
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The Chicago Daily News Almanac and Political Register for ..., Volume 15

Almanacs, American - 1899
...up at our doors, be, sides shocking its sentiment of humanity. "The government of the United States appreciates the humanitarian and disinterested character...communication now made on behalf of the powers named, nnd for its port Is confident that equal appreciation will be shown for its own earnest and unselfish...
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British and Foreign State Papers

Great Britain - 1901
...G-overnment, for its part, that equal appreciation would be shown for its own earnest and unselfish endeavours to fulfil 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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The Tribune Almanac and Political Register

Horace Greeley, John Fitch Cleveland, F. J. Ottarson, Alexander Jacob Schem, Henry Eckford Rhoades, Edward McPherson - Almanacs, American - 1899
...kept up at our doors, besides shocking its sentiment of humanity. The Government of the United States appreciates the humanitarian and disinterested character of the communication now made on behalf of the 1'owers named, and for its part is confident that equal appreciation will be shown for its own earnest...
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