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" Although the difficulty referred to may not, for several years to come, involve the peace of the two countries, yet I shall not delay to urge on Great Britain the importance of its early settlement. "
Parliamentary Papers - Page 23
by Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons - 1846
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The Congressional Globe, Volume 12

United States. Congress - Law - 1843 - 700 pages
...immediately pressing, stood in the way. Although the difficulty referred to may not, for several years lo come, involve the peace of the two countries, yet I shall not delay to urge on Great Britain Ihe importance of its early settlement. Nor will other matters of commercial importance to the two...
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The Congressional Globe

United States. Congress - Law - 1843 - 698 pages
...matters; and the Executive did not regard it as proper to waive all the advantages of an honorable adjustment of other difficulties of great magnitude...countries, yet I shall not delay to urge on Great Britain ihe importance of its early settlement. Nor will other mailers of commercial importance to the two...
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The Congressional Globe

United States. Congress - Law - 1843 - 696 pages
...matters; and the Executive did not regard it as proper to waive al! the advantages of an honorable { d P * hKy-6 Z& 8 ] v M m 0 t o Ah QE :_ jȏ-F 2 ...1 ._x " ό ^ _ h RY 6e B o =io zm q } mJ _ `І{ lo come, involve the peace of the two countries, yet I shall not delay to urge on Great Britain the...
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The Monthly magazine

Monthly literary register - 1843 - 578 pages
...settling the claims of the United States to the Oregon territory. He adds, sarcastically enough, that " the difficulty referred to may not, for several years...to come, involve the peace of the two countries." This is nothing short of a prompt and formal notice that the Americans no more intend to yield upon...
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The History of Oregon and California & the Other Territories of the ...

Robert Greenhow - California - 1844 - 516 pages
...matters ; and the executive did not regard it as proper to waive all the advantages of an honorable adjustment of other difficulties, of great magnitude...this, not so immediately pressing, stood in the way." Having thus indicated the circumstances which prevented the question from being discussed during the...
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The History of Oregon and California, and the Other Territories of the North ...

Robert Greenhow - California - 1845 - 538 pages
...matters ; and the executive did not regard it as proper to waive all the advantages of an honorable adjustment of other difficulties, of great magnitude...immediately pressing, stood in the way. Although the difficulties referred to may not, for several years to come, involve the peace of the two countries,...
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The History of Oregon and California, and the Other Territories of the North ...

Robert Greenhow - Northwest Coast of North America - 1845 - 456 pages
...importance, because this, not so immediately pressing, stood in the way. Although the difficulties referred to may not, for several years to come, involve the peace of the two 1842.] BILL IN THE U. 8. SENATE FOR OCCUPYING OREGON. 379 countries, yet I shall not delay to urge...
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The Addresses and Messages of the Presidents of the United States ..., Volume 2

United States. President - Presidents - 1846 - 968 pages
...matters ; and the executive did not regard it as proper to waive all the advantages of an honorable adjustment of other difficulties of great magnitude...not delay to urge on Great Britain the importance of an early settlement. Nor will other matters of commercial importance to the two countries be overlooked...
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The Statesman's Manual: An Enlarged and Revised Edition of the ..., Volume 2

Presidents - 1847 - 976 pages
...matters ; and the executive did not regard it as proper to waive all the advantages of an honorable adjustment of other difficulties of great magnitude...involve the peace of the two countries, yet I shall tiot delay to urge on Great Britain the importance of an early settlement. Nor will other matters of...
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Thirty Years' View: Or, A History of the Working of the American ..., Volume 2

Thomas Hart Benton - United States - 1856 - 806 pages
...matters ; and the Executive did not regard it as proper to waive all the advantages of an honorable adjustment of other difficulties of great magnitude...Great Britain the importance of its early settlement." The excuse given for the omission of this subject in the Ashburton negotiations is lame and insufficient....
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