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" I would sacrifice Gwalior or every frontier of 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... "
The Dispatches of Field Marshal the Duke of Wellington: During His Various ... - Page 488
by Arthur Wellesley Duke of Wellington - 1835
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The British and Foreign Review: Or, European Quarterly Journal ..., Volume 10

1840
...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 from the overstrained principles of the law of nations, which are not understood in this country. What brought...
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The Quarterly review, Volume 58

1837
...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...understood in this country. What brought me through so many difficulties in the war, and the negotiations for peace ? The British good faith, and nothing...
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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
...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...arguments, drawn from overstrained principles of the law of nations, which are not understood in this country. What brought me through many difficulties...
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The military life of ... the duke of Wellington, by B. Jackson and ..., Volume 1

Basil Jackson - 1840
...over, in order to preserve our credit for scrupuc. "' ' lous good faith, and the advantages and honour we gained by the late war and the peace ; and we must...arguments, drawn from overstrained principles of the law of nations, which are not understood in this country. What brought me through many difficulties...
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The Asiatic Journal and Monthly Miscellany

Asia - 1844
...times over, in order to 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, drawn from overstrained principles of the laws of nations which are not understood in...
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Essays, political, historical and miscellaneous, Volume 3

sir Archibald Alison (1st bart.) - 1850
...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...arguments drawn from overstrained principles of the law of nations, which are not understood in this country. What brought me through the many difficulties...
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Biographical memoranda of Arthur duke of Wellington

1853
...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 from the overstrained principles of the law of nations, which are not understood in this country. What brought...
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The Bombay Quarterly Review, Volume 6

1857
...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...arguments drawn from overstrained principles of the law of n#ions, which are not understood in this country. What brought me through many 'difficulties...
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Bombay Quarterly Review, Volume 5

India - 1857
...peace ; and we must not fritter them away in arguments drawn from overstrained principles of the law of nations, which are not understood in this country....many difficulties in the war and the negotiations of peace ? The British good faith, and nothing else." Even as a matter of policy it was Malcolm's opinion...
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Selections from the Calcutta Review, Volume 2

India - 1882
...preserve pur credit for scrupulous good faith, and the advantages and honour we gained by the late war and peace ; and we must not fritter them away in arguments...understood in this country. What brought me through so many difficulties in the -war, and the negotiations for peace ? The British good faith and nothing...
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