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" Fortunately the Japanese and many other islands of the Pacific are still left untouched by this 'annexing' government; and, as some of them lay in the route of a commerce which is destined to become of great importance to the United States, no time should... "
Narrative of the Expedition of an American Squadron to the China Seas and ... - Sivu 108
tekijä(t) Matthew Calbraith Perry, Lambert Lilly - 1856 - 624 sivua
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Bentley's Miscellany, Nide 40

Charles Dickens, William Harrison Ainsworth, Albert Smith - 1856
...be admonished of the necessity of prompt measures on our part." " Fortunately," he further adds, " the Japanese, and many other islands of the Pacific,...still left untouched by this ' annexing' government." The first point touched at was St. Helena, unfortunately a possession of that obnoxious maritime rival,...

Americans in Eastern Asia: A Critical Study of the Policy of the United ...

Tyler Dennett - 1922 - 725 sivua
...important points in the East India and China seas, and especially with reference to the China seas. . . . Fortunately the Japanese and many other islands of the Pacific are still left untouched by this unconscionable government; and some of them lay in a route of a great commerce which is destined to...

Americans in Eastern Asia: A Critical Study of the Policy of the United ...

Tyler Dennett - 1922 - 725 sivua
...important points in the East India and China seas, and especially with reference to the China seas. . . . Fortunately the Japanese and many other islands of the Pacific are still left untouched hy this unconscionahle government ; and some of them lay in a route of a great coTTnnerce which is...

Treaties and Other International Acts of the United States of America, Nide 6

United States - 1931
...Pacific are still left untouched by this unconscionable > Government, and as some of them lay in a route of a commerce, which is destined to become of...to secure a sufficient number of ports of refuge. . . . The quoted despatch was thus answered by Secretary of State Everett on behalf of the President...

Treaties and Other International Acts of the United States of America ...

United States - 1942
...in value to 300,000 Tons of shipping carrying cargoes certainly not under 15,000,000 £ Sterling * Fortunately the Japanese and many other Islands of the Pacific are still left untouched by this unconscionable 1 Government, and as some of them lay in a route of a commerce, which is destined to...

When the Eagle Screamed: The Romantic Horizon in American Expansionism, 1800 ...

William H. Goetzmann - 2000 - 146 sivua
...Pacific are still left untouched by this unconscionable government; and as some of them lay in a route of commerce which is destined to become of great importance...measures to secure a sufficient number of ports of refuge.1 Perry's specific plan was to open feudal Japan to American commerce and to secure control...
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Japan's Emergence as a Modern State - 60th anniv. ed.: Political and ...

Herbert E. Norman - 2011 - 336 sivua
...their fortified ports, we should be admonished of the necessity of prompt measures on our part. . . . Fortunately the Japanese and many other islands of the Pacific are still left untouched by this unconscionable government (ie, Britain); and some of them lay in the route of a great commerce which...
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