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" Mecklenburg, and other of the minor Powers in the North of Germany, to recover in like manner what belonged to them. This proceeding of the Prussians makes it almost indispensable for the King of the Netherlands to replace in the churches of Belgium the... "
Memoirs and Correspondence of Viscount Castlereagh, Second Marquess of ... - Page 15
by Robert Stewart Castlereagh (Viscount) - 1853
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Supplementary Despatches and Memoranda of Field Marshal Arthur, Duke of ...

Arthur Wellesley Duke of Wellington - Great Britain - 1864
...acquired by Prussia. The Prussians have also assisted the Grand Dukes of Hesse, Mecklenburg, and other of the minor Powers in the North of Germany, to recover...Sovereign with sentiments of peculiar gratitude. I do not see, therefore, the possibility of the Duke of Wellington, as the military commander of the...
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Supplementary Despatches and Memoranda of Field Marshal Arthur, Duke of ...

Arthur Richard Wellesley Wellington (2d duke of) - Great Britain - 1864
...Prussians makes it almost indispensable for the King of the Netherlands to replace in the chnrches of Belgium the pictures of which they were despoiled....Sovereign with sentiments of peculiar gratitude. I do not see, therefore, the possibility of the Duke of Wellington, as the military commander of the...
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The Quarterly review, Volume 117

1865
...with his munificence to give tbis old man a small sum out of the French contribution, to enable him to carry home his Gallery, than to see him exposed...the Louvre, than fail in this act of political duty towards his new subjects, who, devoted to their religion, would receive such » mark of favour from...
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 117

English literature - 1865
...Germany, to recover in like manner what belonged to them. ' This proceeding of the Prussians mrvkes it almost indispensable for the King of the Netherlands...the Louvre, than fail in this act of political duty towards his new subjects, who, devoted to their religion, would receive such a mark of favour from...
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 117

William Gifford, Sir John Taylor Coleridge, John Gibson Lockhart, Whitwell Elwin, William Macpherson, Sir William Smith, Sir John Murray IV, Rowland Edmund Prothero (Baron Ernle), George Walter Prothero - 1865
...makes it almost indispensable for the King of the Netherlands to replace in the churches of Belginm the pictures of which they were despoiled. His Majesty,...the Louvre, than fail in this act of political duty towards his new subjects, who, devoted to their religion, would receive such a mark of favour from...
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The London Quarterly Review, Volumes 117-118

1865
...despoiled. His Majesty, I believe, feels this so strongly, that he would rather sacrifice his own fanily collection, now in the Louvre, than fail in this act of political duty towards his new subjects, who, devoted to their religion, would receive such ft imrk of favour from...
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Occupation of France by the Allied armies; surrender of Napoleon; and ...

Arthur Richard Wellesley Duke of Wellington - Generals - 1858
...acquired by Prussia. The Prussians have also assisted the Grand Dukes of Hesse, Mecklenburg, and other of the minor Powers in the North of Germany, to recover...Sovereign with sentiments of peculiar gratitude. I do not see, therefore, the possibility of the Duke of Wellington, as the military commander of the...
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 117

English literature - 1865
...of the minor Powers in the North of Germany, to recover in like manner what belonged to them. ' Thin proceeding of the Prussians makes it almost indispensable...the Louvre, than fail in this act of political duty towards his new subjects, who, devoted to their religion, would receive such a mark of favour from...
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The Living Age ..., Volume 85

1865
...the Netherlands to replace in the churches of Belgium the pictures of which they were despoiled. Hi« Majesty, I believe, feels this so strongly, that he...family collection, now in the Louvre, than fail in thi* act of political duty towards his new subjects, who, devoted to their religion, would receive...
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