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" ... that danger to the supremacy of Great Britain is to be apprehended ; — that it is from the silent and peaceful rivalry of American commerce, the growth of its manufactures, its rapid progress in internal improvements, the superior education of its... "
Documents of the Board of Aldermen of the City of New-York - Page 465
1837
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Political Writings: England, Ireland and America, 1835. Russia, 1836. 1793 ...

Richard Cobden - Great Britain - 1867
...to the supremacy of Great Britain is to be apprehended ; — that it is from the silent and peaceful rivalry of American commerce, the growth of its manufactures,...national prosperity is endangered. And the writer slakes his reputation upon the prediction, that, in less than twenty years, this will be the sentiment...
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The Political Writings of Richard Cobden, Volume 1

Richard Cobden - Economic history - 1867
...to the supremacy of Great Britain ie to be apprehended ; — that it is from the silent and peaceful rivalry of American commerce, the growth of its manufactures,...national prosperity is endangered. And the writer slakes his reputation upon the prediction, that, in less than twenty years, thi$ will be the sentiment...
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The Political Writings of Richard Cobden

Richard Cobden - Eastern question (Balkan) - 1878 - 394 pages
...to the supremacy of Great Britain is to be apprehended ;—that it is from the silent and peaceful rivalry of American commerce, the growth of its manufactures,...education of its people, and their economical and pacific government—that it is from these, and not from the barbarous policy or the impoverishing armaments...
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The Life of Richard Cobden, Volume 1

John Morley - Great Britain - 1881 - 640 pages
...apprehended; — that it is from the silent and peaceful rivalry of American commerce, the growtli of its manufactures, its rapid progress in internal...national prosperity is endangered. And the writer stakes hi* reputation upon the prediction, that, in lt.y* thfin tivenitf years, this will be th-e sentiment...
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The Life of Richard Cobden

John Morley - Great Britain - 1906 - 985 pages
...to the supremacy of Great Britain is to be apprehended ; — that it is from the silent and peaceful rivalry of American commerce, the growth of its manufactures,...economical and pacific government— that it is from those, and not from the barbarous policy or the impoverishing armaments of Russia, that the grandeur...
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The Emancipation of Massachusetts: The Dream and the Reality

Brooks Adams - History - 1919 - 534 pages
...American commerce, the growth of its manufactures, its rapid progress in internal improvements, ... it is from these, and not from the barbarous policy...commercial and national prosperity is endangered." l It is not, however, any part of my contention that nature should push her love of competition so...
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The Emancipation of Massachusetts: The Dream and the Reality

Brooks Adams - History - 1919 - 534 pages
...is for commercial supremacy, and will be won by the cheapest. ... It is from the silent and peaceful rivalry of American commerce, the growth of its manufactures, its rapid progress in internal improvements, ... it is from these, and not from the barbarous policy or the impoverishing armaments of Russia, that...
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Concord, Volumes 16-19

1901
...Britain is to be apprehended ; that it is from the silent and peaceful rivalry of American commerce . . . the superior education of its people, and their economical and pacific Government, and not from the barbarous policy and impoverishing armaments, that the grandeur of our commercial...
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