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" 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. "
Memoirs and correspondence of Viscount Castlereagh, second marquess of ... - Page 75
by Viscount Robert Stewart Castlereagh - 1853
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The life of Napoleon I: including new materials from the British ..., Volume 2

John Holland Rose - 1902
...not ours. ... I must particularly entreat you to keep your attention upon Antwerp. The destruct1on of that arsenal is essential to our safety. To leave...Britain the charge of a perpetual war establishment." 1 Thenceforth British policy inclined, though tentatively and with some hesitations, to the view that...
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The Life of Napoleon I: Including New Materials from the ..., Volumes 1-2

John Holland Rose - 1901
...do so, we must submit ; but it should appear in that case, to be their own act, and not oars. ... I must particularly entreat you to keep your attention...destruction of that arsenal is essential to our safety. To loave it in the hands of France is little short of imposing upon Great Britain the charge of a perpetual...
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Viscount Castlereagh

Arthur Hassall - Great Britain - 1908 - 248 pages
...Castlereagh throughout this and the following months was adamant. On November 13th he wrote to Aberdeen : "I must particularly entreat "you to keep your attention upon Antwerp. The " destruction of that arsenal -i*- essential to our " safety. To leave it in the hands of France is " little short of imposing upon...
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The Edinburgh Review: Or Critical Journal, Volume 221

1915
...should be allowed to retain Belgium. ' I must par' ticularly entreat you,' he wrote to Aberdeen, ' to keep your ' attention upon Antwerp. The destruction...Britain the charge ' of a perpetual war establishment.'! What was true of France in 1814 is true of Germany in 1914. For Great Britain — quite apart from...
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The Congress of Vienna: Origins, Processes, and Results

Tim Chapman - Political Science - 1998 - 110 pages
...Castlereagh himself said to Lord Aberdeen in November 1813: 'The destruction of that arsenal [Antwerp) is essential to our safety. To leave it in the hands of France is little short of imposing on Great Britain the charge of a perpetual war establishment.' Elsewhere in Europe, his objectives...
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british stategy military & economic a hisotrical review and its contemporary ...

...remainder was returned to its original owners. Under no condition could Antwerp be held by France. " To leave it in the hands of France is little short...establishment. After all we have ' done for the Continent in this war they owe it to us and to themselves to extinguish this fruitful source of danger to both."1...
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