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" perhaps some alteration in my countenance) " those who were opposed to going- to war with us, have been so confident in this mistake that they have ascribed the failure of such an arrangement solely to the misconduct of the American government. This error... "
Niles' National Register - Страница 178
1813
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Orations of American Orators, Том 2

1900
...nearer an accomplishment than the facts will warrant. Even our friends in Congress, I mean those who are opposed to going to war with us, have been so confident...being much esteemed here, and always well received by the persons in power, he seems to have misconstrued their readiness to listen to his representations,...
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British and Foreign State Papers

Great Britain. Foreign and Commonwealth Office - 1841
...Even our Friends in Congress,"—(observing perhaps some alteration in my countenance) —" I mean those who were opposed to going to War with us, have...being much esteemed here, and always well received by the Persons then in power, he seems to have misconstrued their readiness to listen to his representations,...
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British and Foreign State Papers

Great Britain. Foreign and Commonwealth Office - 1841
...Even our Friends in Congress,"—(observing perhaps some alteration in my countenance) —" I mean those who were opposed to going to War with us, have...such an arrangement solely to the misconduct of the Americnn Government. This error probably originated with Mr. King, for, being much esteemed here, and...
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