Memoirs and Correspondence of Viscount Castlereagh, Second Marquess of Londonderry, Volumen9

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Charles William Vane Marquis of Londonderry
H. Colburn, 1852
 

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Página 74 - We still are ready to encounter with our Allies the hazards of peace, if peace can be made on the basis proposed, satisfactorily executed; and we are not inclined to go out of our way to interfere in the internal government of France, however much we...
Página 74 - ... satisfactorily executed ; and we are not inclined to go out of our way to interfere in the internal government of France, however much we might desire to see it placed in more pacific hands.
Página 75 - I must particularly entreat you to keep your attention upon Antwerp. The destruction of that arsenal is essential to our safety. To leave it in the hands of France is little short of imposing upon Great Britain the charge of a perpetual war establishment.
Página 75 - The destruction of that arsenal is essential to our safety. To leave it in the hands of France is little short of imposing upon Great Britain the charge of a perpetual war establishment. After all we have done for the Continent this war, they owe it to us and to themselves to extinguish this fruitful source of danger to both. Press this as a primary object of their operations...
Página 438 - ... what cause, profits will fall ; but there are two causes which raise the wages of labour, — one the demand for labourers being great in proportion to the supply, — the other that the food and necessaries of the labourer are difficult of production or require a great deal of labour to produce them. The more I reflect on the subject the more I am convinced that the latter cause has an incessant operation. It is very seldom that the whole additional produce obtained with the same quantity of...
Página 541 - France dans un état de possession analogue au rang qu'elle a toujours occupé dans le système politique, et considérant la situation dans laquelle l'Europe se trouve placée à l'égard de la France, à la suite des succès obtenus par leurs armes, les plénipotentiaires des cours alliées ont ordre de demander : " Que la France rentre dans les limites qu'elle avait avant la révolution, sauf des...
Página 349 - At day-break the enemy having turned the guns of the place, opened their fire against the troops on the unprotected rampart, and the reserve of the 4th column (the Koyal Scotch) retired from the Water Port Gate, followed by the 33d.
Página 353 - Jones, relative to the comfort of the prisoners, and my obligation to that officer, and to Major Stanhope, on this occasion. I am anxious, too, to do justice to the conduct of General Bizanet, which, truly characteristic of a brave man, has been marked from the first with the most kind and humane attentions to the prisoners. He has sent me the name of an officer, prisoner in England, formerly his...
Página 559 - L'indépendance de l'Italie, l'indépendance de la Suisse, sous la garantie de grandes puissances; L'indépendance de l'Allemagne; Et l'indépendance de la Hollande, sous la souveraineté du prince d'Orange. '. Il déclare encore que, si, pour écarter des causes de mésintelligence, rendre l'amitié plus étroite et la paix plus durable entre la France et l'Angleterre, des cessions de la part de la France au-delà des mers peuvent être jugées nécessaires, la France sera prête à les faire moyennant...
Página 434 - ... conduct strictly within the circle of his obligations. Should your lordship have brought any supply of arms with your expedition, I must particularly enjoin your .lordship not to employ them in any loose or general armament of the people. It is not insurrection we now want in Italy, or elsewhere — we want disciplined force, under Sovereigns we can trust.

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