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The naval history of Great Britain, from the declaration of war by France in ... - Page 167
by William James, Frederick Chamier - 1837
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State Papers and Publick Documents of the United States, from the Accession ...

United States - 1819
...returned." " The bashaw then commenced thus — ' Consul, there is no nation I wish more to be at peace with than yours ; but all nations pay me, and so must the Americans.' I answered, ' we have already paid you all we owe you, and are nothing in arrears.' He answered, '...
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The naval history of Great Britain, from ... 1793, to ... 1820 ..., Volume 3

William James - 1837
...and degraded by carrying the flag of Algiers at her main topgallantmast-head, the George-Washington. sailed for and arrived at Constantinople. Having there...by the value of the presents that they receive from Item." To give a practical proof of his estimation of compliments, the Bashaw of Tripoli, on the 14th...
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The Debates and Proceedings in the Congress of the United States, Volume 12

United States. Congress - United States - 1851
...returned. •' The Bashaw then commenced thus : 'Consul, there is no nation I wish more to be at peace with than yours ; but all nations pay me, and so must the Americans.' I answered. ; We have already paid you all that we owe you, and are nothing in arrears.' He answered,...
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Speeches and Occasional Addresses, Volume 2

United States - 1864
...subject of these exactions, the Bashaw said: " Consul, there is no nation I wish more to be at peace with than yours ; but all nations pay me, and so must the Americans." Mr. Cathcart answered : " We have already paid you all we owe you, and are nothing in arrear." The...
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The Magazine of History: With Notes and Queries. Extra numbers

1911
...returned. The Bashaw then commenced thus — "Consul, there is no nation I wish more to be at peace with than yours ; but all nations pay me, and so must the Americans." I answered — "we have already paid you all we owe you, and are nothing in arrears." He answered —...
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American History Told by Contemporaries ...

Albert Bushnell Hart, John Gould Curtis - United States - 1901
.... . . The Bashaw then commenced thus : " Consul, there is no nation I wish more to be at peace with than yours ; but all nations pay me, and so must the Americans." I answered, " We have already paid you all we owe you, and are nothing in arrears." He answered, "That...
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