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" States for her rights, and of their determination not to interfere with them. The provinces belonging to this hemisphere are our neighbors, and have, successively, as each portion of the country acquired its independence, pressed their recognition by... "
Journal: 1st-13th Congress. Repr. . 14th Congress, 1st Session-50th Congress ... - Page 185
by United States. Congress. Senate - 1821
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The Monthly Magazine, Or, British Register, Volume 53

British periodicals - 1822 - 688 pages
...Enquired its independence, pressed their recognition, by an appeal to facts not to be contested, anil which, they thought, gave them a just title to it....disclaimed all pretension, being resolved, to take: no put in the controv vi -y, or other measures in regard to it, which should not merit the sanction of...
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Colombia: Siendo una relacion geografica, topografica, agricultural ...

Alexander Walker - Colombia - 1822 - 844 pages
...porti&n of the country acquired its independence, pressed their recognition by an appeal to facts not to be contested, and which, they thought, gave them...resolved to take no part in the controversy, or other measures in regard to it, which should not merit the sanction of the civilized world. To other claims,...
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Colombia: Being a Geographical, Statistical, Agricultural ..., Volume 1

Alexander Walker - Colombia - 1822 - 846 pages
...portion of the country acquired its independence, pressed their recognition by an appeal to facts not to be contested, and which, they thought, gave them...resolved to take no part in the controversy, or other measures in regard to it, which should not merit the sanction of the civilized world. To other claims,...
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Supplément au Recueil de principaux traités d'alliance, de paix, de trêve ...

Georg Friedrich Martens - Europe - 1828 - 1372 pages
...to facts not to be contested, and which, they thought, gave them a just title to • i ' • и. ' To motives of interest, this government has invariably...resolved to take no part in the controversy, or other measures iri "regara to it, which should not merit the sanction of ibe civilized world. To other claims,...
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Nouveau recueil de traités d'alliance, de paix, de trève... et de plusieurs ...

Georg Friedrich Martens - Europe - 1828 - 1316 pages
...country acquired its independence, pressed their recognition by an appeal to facts not to be coutested , and which, they thought, gave them a just title to...interest , this government has invariably disclaimed all prelension , being resolved to take no part in the controversy, or other measures in regard to it,...
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The American Diplomatic Code Embracing a Collection of Treaties and ...

Jonathan Elliot - Diplomatic and consular service, American - 1834 - 776 pages
...portion of the country acquired its independence, pressed their recognition, by an appeal to facts not to be contested, and which they thought gave them...interest this government has invariably disclaimed all pretenlions, being resolved to take no part in the controversy, or other measure in regard to it, which...
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Addresses and Messages of the Presidents of the United States from ...

United States. President - Presidents - 1842 - 794 pages
...portion of the country acquired its independence, pressed their recognition by an appeal to facts hot to be contested, and which they thought gave them...resolved to take no part in the controversy, or other measurq in regard to it, which should not merit the sanction of the civilized world. To other claims...
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Abridgment of the Debates of Congress, from 1789 to 1856: Nov. 13, 1820 ...

United States. Congress, Thomas Hart Benton - Law - 1858 - 818 pages
...portion of the country acquired its independence, pressed their recognition by an appeal to facts not to be contested, and which they thought gave them...acknowledged, but they in themselves could never become an adeqnate cause of action. It was incumbent on this Government to look to every important fact and circumstance...
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Abridgment of the Debates of Congress, from 1789 to 1856: Nov. 13, 1820 ...

United States. Congress, Thomas Hart Benton - Law - 1858 - 816 pages
...portion of the country acquired its independence, pressed their recognition by an appeal to facts not to be contested, and which they thought gave them a just title to it. To motives of intérêt this Government has invariably disclaimed all pretension, being resolved to take no part...
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Rebellion and Recognition: Slavery, Sovereignty, Secession, and Recognition ...

J. H. Estcourt - Slavery - 1863 - 36 pages
...entertained by the United States for her rights, and of their determination not to interfere with them. To motives of interest this government has invariably...regard to it which should not merit the sanction of the civilised world. When we regard, then, the great length of time which this war has been prosecuted,...
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