Dodsley's Annual Register, Volume 38

Burke, Edmund

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Title: Dodsley's Annual Register, Volume 38
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Book Description Rarebooksclub.com, United States, 2012. Paperback. Book Condition: New. 246 x 189 mm. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1800 Excerpt: .he himself had repeatedly told me that peace was what this country and it s government wished for, and even wanted. M. Delacroix, in reply, shifted his ground, and, by a string of arguments founded on premises calculated for this purpose, at- temped to prove, that from the relative situation of the adjacent countries, the present government of France would be reprehensible in the extreme, and deserve impeachment, if they ever suffered the Netherlands to be separated from their dominions; that by the partition of Poland, llustia, Austria, ., and Prussia, had increased their power to a molt formidable degree; that England, by its Conquests, and by lie activity and judgment with whicb it governed its colonies, had redoubled its strength--Your Indian empire alone, said VI. Dehicroix with vehemence, has enabled you to subsidize all the powers of: -.urope against us and your monopoly of trade has put you in polfeliion of a fund of inexhaustible wealth. His words were, Ytlre empire dn / Inje vj.tj a f-iurni lei m:, yens de falaner touirs ls pujsancis c litre now, et noui avtz ceca fate le f jame Ce dt me.uere out mutes let ir, jpr, du maHae Je ver, ent aam nos cos-: From the necessity that France should keep the Netherlands and the left bank ot the sthine for the purpole of preserving its relative situation in Eui jpe, he palled to the advantages which he contended would result, to the other powers by such an addition lo the French M 2 domidominions. Belgium (to use bis wok ) by belonging to France, would remove what had been the source os all wars for two centuries past, and the Rnine, bring the natural boundary of France, would ensure the tranquillity of Europe for two centuries to come. I did not feel it nerrssary to combat this preposterous doctrine. Bookseller Inventory # APC9781231459447

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