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" Americans; and the justice or propriety cannot be recognized of arbitrarily limiting and circumscribing that enterprise and commerce by the act of voluntarily planting a new colony, without the consent of America, under the auspices of foreign Powers... "
The Present Condition of Mexico: Message from the President of the United ... - Página 77
por United States. Congress. House. Committee on Foreign Affairs - 1863 - 802 páginas
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Niles' National Register, Volumen30

1826
...belonging to another and a distant continent. Europe would be indignant at any American attempt lo plant a colony on any part of her shores; and her...rule contended for, only perfect reciprocity. The other principle asserted in the message is, that whilst we do not desire to interfere in Europe with,...
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The North American Review, Volumen82

Jared Sparks, Edward Everett, Henry Cabot Lodge, James Russell Lowell - 1856
...auspices of foreign powers belonging to another and a distant continent. Europe would be indignant at any attempt to plant a colony on any part of her shores,...the rule contended for only perfect reciprocity." From this reasoning of the distinguished Secretary, it will be seen that the inhibition of future colonization...
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House Documents, Otherwise Publ. as Executive Documents: 13th ..., Volumen6

1863
...colony, without the con•fn; of America, under the auspices of foreign powers, belonging to another and »distant continent. Europe would be indignant at any American attempt to plant a eolonv on any part of her shores, and her justice must perceive, in the rale contended for, only perfect...
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Elements of International Law

Henry Wheaton - 1866 - 749 páginas
...auspices of foreign powers belonging to another and a distant continent. Europe would be indignant at an attempt to plant a colony on any part of her shores...the rule contended for, only perfect reciprocity." President Polk, in his annual message to Congress, of Dec. 2, 1845, after dealing with tlie Oregon...
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Elements of International Law

Henry Wheaton - 1866 - 749 páginas
...auspices of foreign powers belonging to another and a distant continent. Europe would be indignant at an attempt to plant a colony on any part of her shores ; and lier justice must perceive, in the rule contended for, only perfect reciprocity." President Polk, in...
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...Report and Accompanying Documents of the Committee on Foreign Affairs on ...

United States. Congress. House. Committee on Foreign Affairs - 1878 - 634 páginas
...auspices of foreign powers belonging to another and a distant continent. Europe would be indipnant at any American attempt to plant a colony on any part...rule contended for only perfect reciprocity. " The other principle asserted in the message is that, while we do not desire to interfere in Europe with...
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The Inter-oceanic Canal and the Monroe Doctrine ...

Alfred Williams - 1880 - 118 páginas
...auspices of foreign powers belonging to another and a distant continent. Europe would be indignant at an attempt to plant a colony on any part of her shores...the rule contended for, only perfect reciprocity." Mr. Cass, when Secretary of State under Mr. Buchanan, instructed Mr. Lamar, our minister at that time...
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House Documents, Otherwise Publ. as Executive Documents: 13th ..., Volumen8

United States. Congress. House
...Colony, without the consent of America, under the auspices of foreign Powers belonging to another and a distant Continent. Europe would be indignant at any...justice must perceive, in the rule contended for, onlyperfect reciprocity. •• The other principle asserted in the message is, that, whilst we do...
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The Letter of Columbus to Luis de Sant Angel: Announcing His Discovery, with ...

Christopher Columbus - 1892 - 15 páginas
...corisent-Qf_Asierica^ii1id€F"tlie_ausp4ces of foreign longing to another and a distant Continent, _Xurope_would be indignant at any American attempt to plant a Colony...rule contended for, only perfect reciprocity. The other principle asserted in the message is, that, whilst we do not desire to interfere in Europe with...
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The Monroe Doctrine

William Fiddian Reddaway - 1898 - 162 páginas
...colonisation on the part of distant foreign powers. "Europe," he maintained, "would be indignant at an attempt to plant a colony on any part of her shores...the rule contended for, only perfect reciprocity." In November circumstances arose which kept the whole of the Doctrine for six months in the forefront...
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