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" ... and we must not fritter them away in arguments, drawn from overstrained principles of the laws of nations, which are not understood in this country. What brought me through many difficulties in the war, and the negotiations for peace ? The British... "
The Dispatches of Field Marshal the Duke of Wellington, K. G. During His ... - Page 486
by Arthur Wellesley Duke of Wellington - 1835
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The Edinburgh Review, Volume 105

English literature - 1857
...facts, entirely concurred in this view of the case. ' "I would sacrifice Gwalior," he wrote to Malcolm, "or every frontier of India ten times over, in order...for scrupulous good faith, and the advantages and honour we gained by the late war and the peace ; and we must not fritter them away in arguments drawn...
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The British and Foreign Review: Or, European Quarterly Journal ..., Volume 10

1840
...question, it is fully canvassed in the inclosed letter. I would sacrifice Gwalior, or every frontier in India, ten times over, in order to preserve our credit...for scrupulous good faith, and the advantages and honour we gained by the late war and the peace ; and we must not fritter them away in arguments drawn...
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The Quarterly review, Volume 58

1837
...ambition of other governments.' — vol. iii. p. 440. ' I would sacrifice Gwalior, or every frontier in India ten times over, in order to preserve our credit...for scrupulous good faith, and the advantages and honour we gained by the late war and the peace ; and we must not fritter them away in arguments, drawn...
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The Military Life of Field Marshal the Duke of Wellington, K.G. &c ...

Basil Jackson, Charles Rochfort Scott - Great Britain - 1840
...Wellesley : — Gurwood. " I would sacrifice Gwalior, or every frontier of India, Despatches, Łen times over, in order to preserve our credit for scrupulous good faith, and the advantages and honour we gained by the late war and the peace ; and we must not fritter them away in arguments, drawn...
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Selections from the Dispatches and General Orders of Field Marshall the Duke ...

Arthur Wellesley Duke of Wellington - Great Britain - 1842 - 939 pages
...present security, prosperity, dignity, and renown.' 176. To Major Malcolm. Bombay, 17th March, 1S04. 1 I think it rather doubtful whether, in a case of this...and honor we gained by the late war and the peace j and we must not fritter them away in arguments, drawn from overstrained principles of the laws of...
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The British Friend of India Magazine, and Indian Review, Volume 6

Great Britain
...conceived to he an undue extension of an article in a treaty which he had concluded with Scindia, he said " I would sacrifice Gwalior, or every frontier of India,...in order to preserve our credit for scrupulous good Jailh." Shortly afterwards, he asks, " What brought me through many difficulties in the war, and the...
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The Asiatic Journal and Monthly Miscellany

Asia - 1844
...objeuts, are not to be compared to the importance of preserving the national faith > (Hear, hear!} I would sacrifice Gwalior, or every frontier of India,...preserve our credit for scrupulous good faith, and the ndvantages and honour we gained by the late war and the peace ; and we must not fritter them in arguments,...
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Allen's Indian Mail, and Register of Intelligence for British and ..., Volume 3

1845
...a treaty which he had concluded with Scindia, he said, " I would sacrifice Gwalior and every other frontier of India ten times over in order to preserve our credit for scrupulous good faith." Shortly afterwards he asks, "What brought me through many difficulties in the war and the negotiations...
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Essays, Political, Historical, and Miscellaneous, Volume 3

Archibald Alison - Europe - 1850
...Europe in war and devastation.* " I would sacrifice Gwalior, or every portion of India, ten times over, to preserve our credit for scrupulous good faith, and the advantages and honour we gained by the late war and the peace ; and we must not fritter them away in arguments drawn...
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Selections from the Dispatches and General Orders of Field Marshall the Duke ...

Arthur Wellesley Duke of Wellington - Great Britain - 1851 - 939 pages
...think, will be the Governor General's theme. But at the expense of what other party are those measires adopted ? at the expense of that party who broke the...and honor we gained by the late war and the peace j and we must not fritter them away in arguments, drawn from overstrained principles of the laws of...
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