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" later Egypt would belong to France, either by the falling to pieces • of the Turkish empire, or by some arrangement with the Porte. "
Life and Campaigns of Napoleon Bonaparte: Giving an Account of All His ... - Strona 168
1849
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Public Characters, Tom 7

Alexander Stephens - 1805
...perhaps, be considered as the aggressor, and by • which he should lose more than he could gain, since sooner or ' later Egypt would belong to France, either...Turkish empire, or by some arrangement with the Porte.' "Asa proof of his desire to maintain p«ace, he wished to know what he had to gain by going to war...
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The Trial of John Peltier, Esq., for a Libel Against Napolean Buonaparté ...

Jean-Gabriel Peltier, James Adams, Sir James Mackintosh - 1803 - Liczba stron: 312
...perhaps, be considered as the aggressor, and " by which he should lose more than he could '* gain, since sooner or later Egypt would belong *' to France, either...Turkish empire, or by some arrangement " with the Porte •" and his honest minister Talleyrand, with equal frankness confessed, that * Letter from Lord Whitworth...
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Cobbett's Weekly Political Register, Tom 4

William Cobbett - 1803
...Whitworth on the 21st February last, in conversation with his Lordship, in which Buonaparte said, that, " as a proof of his desire to maintain peace, " he wished to knotf what he had to gain " by going to war with England. A de" seent was the only means of offence...
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Dodsley's Annual Register, Tom 45

Edmund Burke - 1805
...cither by tlic falling to puxes <//' the Turkish empire, or by .wine arrangement Kith the Parle. • As a proof of his desire to maintain peace, he wished...what he had to gain by going to war with England. Л descent was the onlymeans of oifence he had, and that he was determined to attempt, by putting himself...
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The Policy and Interest of Great Britain, with Respect to Malta, Summarily ...

England, Granville PENN - 1805 - Liczba stron: 156
...that conference, Buonaparte had the assurance to declare, in these express terms of defiance, that, " sooner " or later, Egypt would belong to France ;...falling to pieces of the Turkish Empire, or by some (f arrangement with the Porte." — Papers relative to the Discussion with France, No. 38. •f- This...
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Public characters [Formerly British public characters] of 1798-9 - 1809-10

1805
...perhaps, be considered as the aggressor, and by • which he should lose more than he could gain, since sooner or ' later Egypt would belong to France, either by the falling to pieces c of the Turkish empire, or by some arrangement with the Porte.' " As a proof of his desire to maintain...
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Napoleon and the French people under his empire, by the author of Bonaparte ...

Gustav Schlabrendorf (graf von.) - 1806
...uphold. " Sooner or later"— These, Citizen Consul, are jour ow.n words, " Sooner or later Egypt will belong to France, " either by the falling to pieces...empire, or by some arrangement with the " Porte." I now summon you in the presence of all Europe, before whose tribunal you have drawn us, and ask, On...
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The Life and Campaigns of Napoleon Bonaparte: From His Birth Down to His ...

J. W. Robertson - 1815 - Liczba stron: 631
...perhaps be considered as the aggressor, and by which he should lose more than he should gain, since sooner or later Egypt would belong to France, either by the falling to pieces of the Turkish Etttpire, or by some arrangement with the Porte. As a proof of his desire to maintain peace, he wished...
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History of Napoleon Bonaparte, and wars of Europe, by W.B. Heweston

William B. Hewetson - 1816
...25,000 men to Aboukir, but he did not think it \\orth the risk of a war, as Egypt, sooner or later, would belong to France, either by the falling to pieces of the Turkish empire; or by au arrangement with the Porte. He asked what he should gain by going to war with England ( he had no...
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The History of the War: From the Commencement of the French ..., Tom 1

Hewson Clarke - 1816 - Liczba stron: 478
...perhaps, be . considered as the aggressor, and by which he. should lote nutre than he could gain, sine c, sooner or later, Egypt would belong to France, either...pieces of the Turkish empire, or by some arrangement ivith the Porte. " As a proof of his desire to maintain peare, he wished to know what he had to jçain...
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