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" At all times and in every conversation that I had with Mr. Pitt on the subject, I make no doubt Buenos Aires was often the subject of discussion. My reason for being confident in that opinion is, that in all the considerations I ever gave to the subject... "
south america on the eve of emancipation - Página 255
por bernard moses, ph.d., ll.d. - 1908
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A Full and Correct Report of the Trial of Sir Home Popham: Including the ...

1807 - 224 páginas
...America, whether the attack was to be made upon a smaller or a larger scale, I always considered the Rip de la Plata as the most important position for the...of Great Britain upon that side of South. America. Q. I would take the liberty of asking your lordship, whether with those opinions it was determined...
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The New annual register, or General repository of history ..., Volumen28

1808
...I gave to the subject of South America, whether the attack was to be made upon a larger or smaller scale, I always considered the Rio de la Plata as the most important position of the interests of Great Biitain on that side of South America. Q. I would take the liberty of asking...
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The Annual Register of World Events: A Review of the Year, Volumen49

Edmund Burke - 1809
...I gave to the subject of South America, whether the attack was to be made upon a larger or smaller scale, I always considered the Rio de la Plata as the. most important position for the interests of Great Britain on that side of South America. Q. I would take the liberty of asking з'опг...
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Annual Register, Volumen49

Edmund Burke - 1809
...I gave to the subject of South America, whether the attack was to be made upon a larger or smaller scale, I always considered, the Rio de la Plata as the most important position for the interests of Great Britain on that side of South America. Q. I would take the liberty of asking your...
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The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History, Politics, and Literature for ...

1809
...South America, whether the attack was to be made upon a larger or smaller scale, I always considcccd the Rio de la Plata as the most important position for the interests of Great Britain on, th.it side of South America. Q. I would take the liberty of askin" yonr...
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South America on the Eve of Emancipation; the Southern Spanish Colonies in ...

Bernard Moses - 1908 - 356 páginas
...obtaining a position on the continent of South America, favorable to the trade of this country." 1 In giving his testimony at the trial of Popham, Lord...August, 1805; touched at Madeira, then at the Bay of All Saints, and arrived at its destination on January 4, 1806. The Cape fell into the hands of the English...
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South America on the Eve of Emancipation: The Southern Spanish Colonies in ...

Bernard Moses - 1908 - 356 páginas
...testimony at the trial of Popham, Lord Melville said : "At all times and in every conversation that T had with Mr. Pitt on the subject, I make no doubt...interest of Great Britain upon that side of South America."2 The expedition to the Cape, under General Baird with Brigadier-General Beresford second...
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Spain's Declining Power in South America, 1730-1806

Bernard Moses - 1919 - 440 páginas
...attack was revealed by the testimony of Lord Melville at the trial of Popham. "At all times," he said, "and in every conversation that I had with Mr. Pitt...of Great Britain upon that side of South America. ' '8 The proposed attack was not made directly from Great Britain. In August, 1805, an expedition to...
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Spain's Declining Power in South America, 1730-1806

Bernard Moses - 1919 - 440 páginas
...attack was revealed by the testimony of Lord Melville at the trial of Popham. "At all times," he said, "and in every conversation that I had with Mr. Pitt...interest of Great Britain upon that side of South America."8 The proposed attack was not made directly from Great Britain. In August, 1805, an expedition...
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Annual Register, Volumen49

Edmund Burke - 1809
...to the subject of South America, whether the attack was to be made upon a larger or smaller scale, 1 always considered, the Rio de la Plata as the. most important position for the interests of Great Britain on that side of South America. Q. I would take the liberty of asking your...
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