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" But in this and in every other question affecting Ireland, it is, above all things, necessary to look to the best means of securing internal peace and order ; which alone seem wanting to raise a country, blessed by Providence with so many natural advantages,... "
Cobbett's Weekly Register - Page 653
1831
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The New monthly magazine and universal register. [Continued as ..., Volume 36

...every other question affecting Ireland, it is above all things necessary to look to the best me^ns of securing internal peace and order, which alone...wanting to raise a country blessed by Providence with so raaiiy natural advantages to a State of the greatest prosperity. " The conduct of the Portuguese Government,...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, and Historical Chronicle, for the Year ..., Volume 101

Edward Cave, John Nichols - Literature - 1831
...removt the | resent causes of complaint. But ott this, and rifrv other question affecting Ireland, it ii above all things necessary to look to the best means...advantages, to a state of the greatest prosperity. " The conduct of the Portugurtl Government, and the repeated injuries to which my subjects have been exposed,...
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Bulletins and Other State Intelligence

1831
...the present causes of complaint. But in this and in every other question affecting Ireland, it is, above all things, necessary to look to the best means...advantages, to a state of the greatest prosperity. The conduct of the Portuguese Government, and the repeated injuries to which My subjects have been exposed,...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Volume 101, Part 2; Volume 150

Early English newspapers - 1831
...remove the present causes of complaint. But on this, and every other question affecting Ireland, it is above all things necessary to look to the best means...wanting to raise a country blessed by Providence with BO many natural advantages, to a state of the greatest prosperity. '* The conduct of the Portuguese...
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Cobbett's Political Register, Volumes 74-75

Great Britain - 1831
...complaint. But in this and every other question affecting Ireland, it is above all things uecessary to look to the best means of securing internal peace...to raise a country, blessed by Providence with so mauy natural advantages, to a state of the greatest prosperity. The and is again unnecessary, and the...
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The Good citizen; a political and literary miscellany

1831
...remove the present causes of complaint. But in this and every other question affecting Ireland, it is above all things necessary to look to the best means of securing internal peace aud order, which alone seem wanting to raise a Country blessed by Providence with so many natural advantages,...
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The Cabinet Annual Register and Historical, Political, Biographical and ...

Great Britain - 1832
...remove the present causes of complaint. But on this, and every other question affecting Ireland, it is above all things necessary to look to the best means...advantages, to a state of the greatest prosperity. " The conduct of the Portuguese Government, and the repeated injuries to which my subjects have been exposed,...
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Hansard's Parliamentary Debates

Great Britain. Parliament - Great Britain - 1832
...remove the present causes of complaint. But on this, and every other question affecting Ireland, it is, above all things, necessary to look to the best means of securing internal peace and order, which aloue seem wanting to raise a country, blessed by Providence with so many natural advantages, to a...
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The Metropolitan, Volume 3

1832
...and every other question affecting Ireland it is ahove all things necessary to look to the hest meaus of securing internal peace and order, which alone seem wanting to raise a country hlessed hy Providence with so many natural advantages to a state of the greatest prosperity. The conduct...
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The American Annual Register

History - 1833
...remove the present cause of complaint. But on this and every other question affecting Ireland, it is above all things necessary to look to the best means...advantages, to a state of the greatest prosperity. The conduct of the Portuguese Government, and the repeated injuries to which my subjects have been exposed,...
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