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" With respect to Canada, (including our other possessions on the continent of North America,) no case can be made out to show that we should not have every commercial advantage we are supposed now to have, if it were made an independent State. Neither... "
The Quarterly Review - Pagina 523
geredigeerd door - 1830
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The Quarterly Review

William Gifford, Sir John Taylor Coleridge, John Gibson Lockhart, Whitwell Elwin, William Macpherson, William Smith, Sir John Murray (IV), Rowland Edmund Prothero (Baron Ernle), George Walter Prothero - 1830
...has apparently turned out entirely delusive. We come now to the doctrine of Sir H. Parnell, that ' With respect to Canada, (including our other possessions...the other hand, what has the nation lost by Canada ? Fifty or sixty millions have already been expended ; the annual charge on the British treasury is...
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The Monthly Review

1830
...is so questionable, as not to justify the waste of money, and of human life, which they occasion. ' With respect to Canada, (including our other possessions...the other hand, what has the nation lost by Canada ? Fifty or sixty millions have already been expended; the annual charge on the British treasury is...
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On Financial Reform

Sir Henry Parnell - 1830 - 310 pagina’s
...(including our other possessions on the continent of North America,) no case can be made out to shew that we should not have every commercial advantage...the other hand, what has the nation lost by Canada ? Fifty or sixty millions have already been expended ; the annual charge on the British treasury is...
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On Financial Reform

Sir Henry Parnell - 1830 - 310 pagina’s
...down is so questionable, as not to justify the waste of money, and of human life, which they occasion. With respect to Canada, (including our other possessions...continent of North America,) no case can be made out to shew that we should not have every commercial advantage we are supposed now to have, if it were made...
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The Quarterly review, Volume 42

1830
...state, we should not draw every commercial advantage from them which we are now supposed to have, — dm neither our manufactures, foreign commerce, nor shipping, would be injured by such a measure; that the nation has lost greatlj by holding Canada, the annual charge for which on the British treasury...
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On Financial Reform

Sir Henry Parnell - 1831 - 383 pagina’s
...down is so questionable, as not to justify the waste of money and of human life which they occasion. With respect to Canada, (including our other possessions...the other hand, what has the nation lost by Canada ? Fifty or sixty millions have already been expended ; the annual charge on the British treasury is...
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The Extraordinary Black Book: An Exposition of the United Church of England ...

John Wade - 1831 - 576 pagina’s
...as available to British enterprise, if they were made independent states. Neither our manufactures, commerce, nor shipping would be injured by such a...the other hand, what has the nation lost by Canada ? According to Sir H. Parnell, fifty or sixty millions have been already expended ; the annual sum...
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The Extraordinary Black Book: An Exposition of Abuses in Church and State ...

John Wade - 1832 - 683 pagina’s
...as available to British enterprise, if they were made independent states. Neither our manufactures, commerce, nor shipping would be injured by such a...the other hand, what has the nation lost by Canada? According to Sir H. Parnell, fifty or sixty millions have been already expended ; the annual sum payable...
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The British Reformer's Advocate, and Political Instructor: Being an ...

David P. Whitehead - 1832 - 240 pagina’s
...as available to British enterprise, if they were made independent states. Neither our manufactures, commerce, nor shipping would be injured by such a...the other hand, what has the nation lost by Canada? According to Sir H. Pamell, fifty or sixty millions have been already expended; the sum payable out...
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Hansard's Parliamentary Debates

Great Britain. Parliament - 1838
...the Treasury bench. That right lion. Gentleman said, " With respect to Canada (including our oiher possessions on the continent of North America) no...commercial advantage we are supposed now to have if it Ģero made an independent state. Neither our manufacturers, foreign commerce, nor shipping would be...
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