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" No pretence of justification can be alleged for the hostile conduct of the emperor of Austria, or for that of his Prussian majesty. His majesty has not given the slightest ground of complaint to either of those sovereigns ; nor even at the... "
The Monthly Magazine - Seite 66
1808
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The Public and Domestic Life of His Late ... Majesty, George the ..., Band 2

Edward Holt - 1820
...justification can be alleged for the hostile conduct of the Emperor of Austria, or for that of liis Prussian Majesty. His Majesty has not given the slightest...distinct cause for that proceeding. — His Majesty has directed that copies of the correspondence between his Majesty's Amhassadors and the Minister for Foreign...
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The New annual register, or General repository of history, politics ..., Band 29

1808
...to h:s majesty. No pretence of justification can be alleged for the hostile conduct of the emperor of Austria, .or for that of his Prussian majesty . His majesty has not given tlio iliglUes't ground of » (196) PUBLIC PAPER S. of complaint to either of those sovereigns ; nor...
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The Monthly magazine, Band 25

Monthly literary register - 1808
...his Majesty. " No pretence of justification .can be alledgcd for the hostile conduct of the Emperor of Austria, or for that of his Prussian Majesty.—...has not given the slightest ground of complaint to cither of those sovereigns, uor even at the moment when they have respectively withdrawn their ministers,...
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250 royal speeches: from 1760 to 1882. Speakers: George iii., George iv ...

Two hundred and fifty royal speeches - 1885 - 90 Seiten
...to hi* Majesty. No pretence of justification oan be alleged for the hostile conduct of the Emperor of Austria, or for that of his Prussian Majesty. His...Sovereigns ; nor even at the» moment when they have lespeotively withdrawn their Ministers have they assigned to his Majesty any distinct cause for that...
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