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" ... it is our intention to propose to parliament, without unnecessary delay, measures which would enable us to place our commercial intercourse, in regard to the matters to which your note refers, on the most liberal and comprehensive basis, with respect... "
Parliamentary Papers - Page 1
by Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons - 1848
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History of Merchant Shipping and Ancient Commerce, Volume 3

William Schaw Lindsay - Commerce - 1876
...country, with which we are so closely united by the ties of an extensive commerce and of a common origin. place our commercial intercourse in regard to the...comprehensive basis with respect to all countries which shall bo willing to act in a corresponding spirit towards us. (Signed) " PALMERSTO.V." ' practi- It thus...
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House Documents, Otherwise Publ. as Executive Documents: 13th ..., Volume 5

United States. Congress. House - United States
...to it, are shared by the government of a country with which we are so closely united by the ties of extensive commerce and of a common origin. We do not,...willing to act in a corresponding spirit towards us. I have the honor, &c. PALMERSTON. GEORGE BANCROFT, Esq., fyc., #c., Ifc. Ex. Doc. No 58. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES....
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British Economics in 1904

William Ramage Lawson - Great Britain - 1904 - 401 pages
...way. To Mr Bancroft's formal offer of reciprocity Lord Palmerston replied (i7th November 1847) : " It is our intention to propose to Parliament, without...shall be willing to act in a corresponding spirit toward us." Clearly, neither Lord Palmerston nor Earl Grey had at this time any thought of sweeping...
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British Economics

William Ramage Lawson - Great Britain - 1906 - 401 pages
...way. To Mr Bancroft's formal offer of reciprocity Lord Palmerston replied (i7th November 1847) : " It is our intention to propose to Parliament, without...shall be willing to act in a corresponding spirit toward us." Clearly, neither Lord Palmerston nor Earl Grey had at this time any thought of sweeping...
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Congressional Serial Set

United States - 1852
...agricultural products between Canada and the United States: "We do not, however," says his lordship, " think that we should be justified in advising the...willing to act in a corresponding spirit towards us." I think it will be readily acknowledged by the intelligent and able representative of her Majesty near...
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