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" In the civil war existing between Spain and the Spanish provinces in this hemisphere, the greatest care has been taken to enforce the laws intended to preserve an impartial neutrality. Our ports have continued to be equally open to both parties, and on... "
Annual Register - Page 674
1822
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Cobbett's Weekly Political Register, Volume 35

William Cobbett - 1820
...civil war existing between Spain and the Spanish Provinces in this hemisphere, the greatest care has been taken to enforce the laws intended to preserve...maintains, unshaken, the independence which it declared in 1816i and has enjoyed since 1810. Like success has also lately attended Chili and the provinces north...
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Cobbett's Political Register, Volume 35

1820
...civil war existing between Spain and the Spanish Provinces in this hemisphere, the greatest care has been taken to enforce the laws intended to preserve...citizens have been equally restrained from interfering in favourof eitfier, to the prejudice of the other. The progrpss of the war, however, has operated manifestly...
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The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History, Politics, and Literature for ...

1822
...civil war existing between Spain and the Spanish provinces in this hemisphere, the greatest care has been taken to enforce the laws intended to preserve...both parties, and on the same conditions, and our citi/ens have been equally restrained from interfering in favour of cither, to the prejudice of the...
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A View of South-America and Mexico: Comprising Their History ..., Volumes 1-2

John Milton Niles - 1825 - 443 pages
...In his message to congress, in December, 1819, president Monroe says, that " the greatest care has been taken to enforce the laws intended to preserve an impartial neutrality ; that our ports have been equally open to both parties, and that our citizens have been equally restrained...
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A View of South-America and Mexico: Comprising Their History ..., Volumes 1-2

John Milton Niles - 1825 - 443 pages
...In his message to congress, in December, 181 9, president Monroe says, that " the greatest care has been taken to enforce the laws intended to preserve an impartial neutrality ; that our ports have been equally open to both parties, and that our citizens have been equally restrained...
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A View of South America and Mexico: Comprising Their History ..., Volumes 1-2

John Milton Niles - 1826 - 204 pages
...In his message to congress, in December, 1819, president Monroe says, that " the greatest care has been taken to enforce the laws intended to preserve an impartial neutrality ; that our ports have been equally open to both parties, and that our citizens have been equally restrained...
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An Examination and Review of a Pamphlet Printed and Secretly Circulated by M ...

William Augustus Weaver - 1837 - 188 pages
...greatest care has been taken " to enforce the laws intended to preserve an impartial neu" trality. Our ports have continued to be equally open to " both parties, and on the same conditions." This language plainly refers to the whole of the contest; and the President is not to be understood,...
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History of South America and Mexico; by J.M. Niles. To which is annexed, a ...

John Milton Niles - 1837
...In his message to congress, in December, 1819, president Monroe says, that " the greatest care has been taken to enforce the laws intended to preserve an impartial neutrality; that our ports have been equally open to both parties, and that our citizens have been equally restrained...
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Register of Debates in Congress: Comprising ..., Volume 2; Volume 13; Volume 69

United States. Congress - 1837
...insurrectionary struggle of the Spanish provinces of South America, said that ' • The greatest care had been taken to enforce the laws intended to preserve an impartial neutrality. That a virtuous people may, and would, confine themselves witliin the limits of a strict neutrality."...
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Addresses and Messages of the Presidents of the United States from ...

United States. President - 1842 - 754 pages
...has been taken to enforce the laws intended to preserre an impartial neutrality. Our ports have been equally open to both parties, and on the same conditions,...citizens have been equally restrained from interfering in favor of either, to the prejudice of the other. The progress of the war, however, has operated manifestly...
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