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" As soon as he read the declaration and saw the grounds on which the instructions were to be made, he collected the various sentences which had been pronounced last war in the Archipelago by the Russian tribunal instituted for that purpose, and at which... "
Diaries and Correspondence of James Harris, First Earl of Malmesbury - Page 304
by James Harris Earl of Malmesbury - 1844 - 1563 pages
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The Diplomacy of the Revolution: An Historical Study

William Henry Trescot - United States - 1852 - 188 pages
...26th May, 1780, Lord Malmesbury says of Admiral Grreig, an eminent officer in the Russian service, " As soon as he read the declaration and saw the grounds...that they confiscated and condemned Turkish property wherever they found it, and the only prizes they made were such property on board neutral ships, he...
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The Diplomacy of the Revolution: An Historical Study

William Henry Trescot - History - 1852 - 178 pages
...26th May, 1780, Lord Malmesbury says of Admiral Greig, an eminent officer in the Eussian service, " As soon as he read the declaration and saw the grounds...been pronounced last war in the Archipelago by the Eussian tribunal instituted for that purpose, and at which he frequently presided, on neutral ships....
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Opinions of Attorneys General, Decisions of Federal Courts ..., Issues 26-30

Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. Division of International Law - Courts - 1917 - 678 pages
...dated 26th May, 1780, Lord Malmesbury says of Admiral Greig, an eminent officer in the Russian service, "As soon as he read the declaration and saw the grounds...that they confiscated and condemned Turkish property wherever they found it, and the only prizes they made were such property on board neutral ships, he...
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British Foreign Policy in Europe to the End of the 19th Century: A Rough Outline

Hugh Edward Egerton - Great Britain - 1918 - 642 pages
...Russia and the minor Powers-.' 1 In this connexion we may note that, according to Harris, the Russian admiral Greig, 'as soon as he read the declaration...grounds on which the instructions were to be made, collected the various sentences which had been pronounced during the last war in the Archipelago by...
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