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" I know your great motive in coming hither was the hope of being instrumental in a reconciliation ; and I believe, when... "
The North American Review - 754. oldal
1900
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Annual Register, 20. kötet

1805
...holding it by fleet« and armies, I consider this war against us, therefore, as both ttnjust and unvisc ; and I am persuaded that cool and dispassionate posterity...will condemn to infamy those who advised it; and that [ft]*' even even success will not save from some degree of dishonour those \vho have voluntarily engaged...

The Complete Works in Philosophy, Politics, and Morals, of the ..., 3. kötet

Benjamin Franklin - 1806
...the profits of no trade can ever be equal to the expence of compelling it, and holding it by fleets and armies. I consider this war against us, therefore,...unjust and unwise ; and I am persuaded, that cool and dispas•ionate posterity will condemn to infamy those who advised it ; and that even success will...

The complete works ... of ... Benjamin Franklin, 3. kötet

Benjamin Franklin - 1806
...the profits of no trade can ever be equal to the expence of compelling it, and holding it by fleets and armies. I consider this war against us, therefore,...unjust .and unwise; and I am persuaded, that cool and'dispassionate posterity will condemn to infamy those who advised it; and that even success will...

Memoirs of the Life and Writings of Benjamin Franklin ...

Benjamin Franklin - 1809
...the profits of no trade can ever be equal to the eXpence of compelling it, and holding it by fleets and armies. I consider this war against us, therefore,...will not save from some degree of dishonor, those who have voluntarily engaged to conduct it. I know your great motive in coming hither, was the hope of...

Memoirs of the Life and Writings of Benjamin Franklin ...

Benjamin Franklin - 1818
...the profit of no trade can ever be equal to the expense of compelling it, and of holding it by fleets and armies. I consider this war against us therefore,...both unjust and unwise; and I am persuaded that cool dispassionate posterity will condemn to infamy those who advised it; and that even success will not...

Biography of the Signers to the Declaration of Independence, 3. kötet

John Sanderson - 1828
...tbe profits of no trade can be ever equal to the expense of compelling it, and holding it by fleets and armies. I consider this war against us, therefore, as both unjust and unwise: and I aaa persuaded, that cool and dispassionate posterity will condemn to infamy those who advised it :...

Memoirs of Benjamin Franklin, 1. kötet

Benjamin Franklin - 1834
...the profits of no trade can ever be equal to the expense of compelling it, and holding it by fleets and armies. I consider this war against us, therefore, as both unjust and uuwiee ; and I am persuaded, that cool and dispassionate posterity will condemn to infamy those who...

The Young Lady's Book of Classical Letters: Consisting of Epistolary ...

1836 - 320 oldal
...the profits of no trade can ever be equal to the expense of compelling it, and holding it by fleets and armies* I consider this war against us, therefore,...that even success will not save from some degree of dishonour those who have voluntarily engaged to conduct it. I know your great motive in coming hither...

The Works of Benjamin Franklin: Containing Several Political and ..., 5. kötet

Benjamin Franklin, Jared Sparks - 1837
...profit of no trade can ever be equal to the expense of compelling it, and of holding it, by fleets and armies. I consider this war against us, therefore,...unjust and unwise ; and I am persuaded, that cool, dispassionate posterity will condemn to infamy those who advised it ; and that even success will not...

The Young Man's Book of Classical Letters: Consisting of Epistolary ...

Author of The young man's own book - 1841 - 320 oldal
...no trade can ever be equal to the expense of compelling it, and holding it by fleets and armies. J consider this war against us, therefore, as both unjust...that even success will not save from some degree of dishonour those who have voluntarily engaged to conduct it I know your great motive in coming hither...




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