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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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Rebellion and Recognition: Slavery, Sovereignty, Secession, and Recognition ...

J. H. Estcourt - Slavery - 1863 - 38 pages
...entertained by tho United States for her rights, and of their determination not to interfere with them. To motives of interest this government has invariably...resolved to take no part in the controversy, or other measuw in regard tu it which should not merit the sanction of the civilised world. When we regard,...
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Recognition: A Chapter from the History of the North American ..., Volume 1

Frederick Waymouth Gibbs - History - 1863 - 136 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 in" terest, this Government has invariably disclaimed all preten" sion, being resolved to take no part...
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Recognition: A Chapter from the History of the North American & South ...

Frederick Waymouth Gibbs - Confederate States of America - 1863 - 46 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 in" terest, this Government has invariably disclaimed all preten" sion, being resolved to take no part...
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The Clayton-Bulwer Treaty and the Monroe Doctrine: A Letter from the ...

United States. Department of State - Clayton-Bulwer Treaty - 1882 - 218 pages
...independence, pressed their recognition by an appeal to facts not to be contested, and which they thought gave a just title to it. To motives of interest this government...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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The Clayton-Bulwer Treaty and the Monroe Doctrine: A Letter from the ...

United States. Department of State - Clayton-Bulwer Treaty - 1882 - 212 pages
...invariably disclaimed all pretension, being resolved to take no part in the controversy or other measures in regard to it which should not merit the sanction...other claims a just sensibility has been always felt aud fraukly ackuowledged ; but they in themselves could never become an adequate cause of action. It...
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Correspondence in Relation to the Proposed Inter-oceanic Canal Between the ...

United States. Department of State - Canals, Interoceanic - 1885 - 384 pages
...invariably disclaimed all pretension, being resolved to take no part in the controversy or other measures in regard to it which should not merit the sanction...they in themselves could never become an adequate canse of action. It was incumbent on this Government to look to every important fact and circumstance...
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Correspondence in Relation to the Proposed Inter-oceanic Canal Between the ...

United States. Department of State - Canals, Interoceanic - 1885 - 376 pages
...independence, pressed their recognition by an appeal to facts not to be contested, and which they thought gave a just title to it. To motives of interest this Government...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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The Letter of Columbus to Luis de Sant Angel: Announcing His Discovery, with ...

Christopher Columbus - America - 1892 - 178 pages
...portion of the country acquired its independence, pressed their recognition by aa appeal to facts not to be contested, and which they thought gave them a just title to it. ... When we regard, then, the great length of time which this war has been prosecuted, the complete...
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Correspondence in Relation to an Interoceanic Canal ... , the Clayton-Bulwer ...

Canals, Interoceanic - 1900 - 580 pages
...independence, pressed their recognition by an appeal to facts not to be contested, and which they thought gave a just title to it. To motives of interest this government...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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Congressional Serial Set

United States - 452 pages
...nat to be contested, and which they thought gavs them a just title to it. To motives of interest thin government has invariably disclaimed all pretension,...has been always felt, and frankly acknowledged, but thej in themselves could never become an adequate cause of action. It was incumbent on this government...
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