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" If a feeling of hostility docs exist, as he says it does, not on the part of the Emperor Napoleon, but on the part of the French people, I doubt that his speech will tend to allay it. When he points out in the most marked way the defenceless character... "
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Hansard's Parliamentary Debates

Great Britain. Parliament - 1859
...judicious in all he has said. If a feeling of hostility does exist, as he says it does, not on tho part of the Emperor Napoleon, but on the part of the French people, I doubt thnt his speech will tend to alloy it. When he points out in the most marked way the defenceless character...

Annual Register

1860
...noble and learned lord opposite has been judicious in all he has said. If a feeling of hostility does exist, — as he says it does, — not on the part...Napoleon, but on the part of the French people, — I am not certain that his speech will tend to allay it. When he points out, in the most marked way, the...

Annual Register, Nide 101

Edmund Burke - 1860
...has been judicious in all he has said. If a feeling of hostility does exist,—as he says it docs,— not on the part of the Emperor Napoleon, but on the part of the French people,—lam not certain that his speech will tend to allay it. When he points out, in the most marked...

The Political Writings of Richard Cobden, Nide 2

Richard Cobden - 1867
...who, in allusion to the tone of Lord Lyndhurst' s speech, said: — "If a feeling of hostility does exist, as he says it does, not on the part of the Emperor Napoleon, but on the part of * Hansard, cliv. 645. t Hansard, ib. 627—8. the French people, I doubt that his speech will tend...

The Political Writings of Richard Cobden

Richard Cobden, Frederick William Chesson - 1878 - 394 sivua
...Granville, who, in allusion to the tone of Lord Lyndhurst's speech, said:—" If a feeling of hostility does exist, as he says it does, not on the part of the...the most marked way the defenceless character of our shores—when at the same time he boasts of our former victories, and when he makes something like...




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