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" The Plenipotentiary now permits himself to make a few general observations. The oblivion of past and redressed injuries will follow naturally from the right feeling of the Queen's subjects. Indeed, it should be remembered that no extent of modification... "
The Chinese War: An Account of All the Operations of the British Forces from ... - Page 106
by John Ouchterlony - 1844 - 522 pages
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The Chinese Repository, Volume 10

China - 1841
...injuries will follow naturally from the right feeling of the queen's subjects: — Indeed it should he remembered that no extent of modification resulting...deference for the country, upon the threshold of which we are about to be established. The plenipotentiary can only presume to advert very briefly to the...
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Narrative of the Second Campaign in China

Keith Stewart Mackenzie - China - 1842 - 253 pages
...and redressed injuries will naturally follow from the right feeling of the Queen's subjects. Indeed it should be remembered that no extent of modification...deference for the country upon the threshold of which we are about to be established. The Plenipotentiary can only presume to advert very briefly to the...
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Two Years in China: Narrative of the Chinese Expedition, from Its Formation ...

Duncan MacPherson - China - 1842 - 391 pages
...and redressed injuries trill follow naturally from the right feeling of the Queen's subjects. Indeed, it should be remembered that no extent of modification...treatment of the people and becoming deference for the institutions and government of the country, upon the threshold of which we are about to be established....
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Two Years in China: Narrative of the Chinese Expedition, from Its Formation ...

Duncan MacPherson - China - 1843 - 391 pages
...and redressed injuries will follow naturally from the right feeling of the Queen's subjects. Indeed, it should be remembered that no extent of modification...treatment of the people and becoming deference for the institutions and government of the country, upon the threshold of which we are about to be established....
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Her Majesty's Colonies: A Series of Original Papers Issued Under the ...

Sir Arthur James Richens Trendell - Australia - 1886 - 508 pages
...and redressed injuries will follow naturally from the right feeling of the Queen's subjects : indeed it should be remembered that no extent of modification...seconded by conciliatory treatment of the people and a becoming deference for the Institutions and Government of the country upon the threshold of which...
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Her Majesty's Colonies: A Series of Original Papers Issued Under the ...

Great Britain. Colonial Office - Australia - 1886 - 558 pages
...Majesty's further pleasure, there will be no port or other charges to the British Government." ***** that no extent of modification resulting only from...seconded by conciliatory treatment of the people and i becoming deference for the Institutions and Government of the country upon the threshold of which...
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Asiatic Journal

Asia - 1841
...and redressed injuries will follow naturally from the right feeling of the Queen's subjects. Indeed it should be remembered that no extent of modification...condition, unless it be systematically seconded by conciliator; treatment of the people and becoming deference for the institutions and government of...
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